EDL Protest at Wandsworth Prison on behalf of Tommy Robinson

Written by Adam K M for Vlad Tepes

Yesterday the EDL gathered outside Wandsworth prison to protest the politically motivated imprisonment of their leader Tommy Robinson. Robinson has been imprisoned having alleged to have entered the United States illegally. The accused of this alleged transgression usually doesn’t get locked up for over 23 hours a day without even use of the prison gymnasium allowed. Not everybody though stands up against the pro-Islamic far-Left establishment of the United Kingdom, hence Robinson’s detention.

A welcome change to usual EDL events was that there were no UAF members staging a counter protest. As a result of this patriots were allowed to overtly profess their love for country and for Tommy Robinson without the customary cavalcade of bricks, bottles and other missiles being thrown at them.

Around 200 protestors chanted “Free Tommy Robinson,” with eyes and minds positioned towards Wandsworth prison.


Robinson’s incarceration comes amid Abu Qatada’s reprieve from deportation that will cost the British taxpayer’s millions of pounds a year. What is more Robinson is being refused bail at a time when nine Muslim pedophiles charged with raping children have been granted bail. The present political establishment has deemed that one of the only ways they can hang onto control in this country is to treat their opponents as lower than those who rape children. Although Robinson’s treatment is horrific his continued imprisonment at least shows that he is a threat the British government takes very seriously. And that is something that the EDL supporters who turned up amid the rain and cold can find very heartening indeed.

Adam K M

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7 Responses to EDL Protest at Wandsworth Prison on behalf of Tommy Robinson

  1. Richard says:

    The longer they keep him in prison the stronger the resistance is going to become.

  2. bilbo says:

    the statists do not understand how much they are reviled.
    they will soon.

  3. Thom Jefferson says:

    The reason the UAF is not making an appearance is the very last thing the government needs right now is for the FACT that David Cameron our current Prime Minister is a contributing signatory to the UAFs charter. The scandal over the weekend with a foster couple having their kids removed from their care by social workers for being members of the UKIP political party really have Daves “knickers in a twist” already.

    I reckon it’s 3 minutes till midnight before all this gets really ugly. And I think the government knows this as well. The “Law of unintended consequence” raises it’s ugly head again….

  4. dodocanspell says:

    The date he was actually sent to prison is not easily available. Has it been a month? More than a month? I think the number of days/weeks/months he’s locked up should be mentioned for more impact.

  5. Eeyore says:

    Oct. 22 is the date of his arrest. Thanks to your comment, you should see a change soon on all the websites concerned with this issue. Thanks!

  6. Roy Haworth says:

    It doesnt matter if Tommy has been in prison a miute and hour a Day or what he shouldnt be there Qatada should

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