Tommy Robinson has taken on the BBC in the most explosive way you can imagine — but it has been ignored by all UK media. In fact, I think it just got him permanently banned from Facebook and Instagram.
The Facebook ban comes just three days after Tommy’s successful release of his film, “Panodrama”, where he meticulously documented systemic bias and corruption at the BBC’s flagship investigative program, Panorama. Thousands of people turned up for that premiere, played on a massive TV screen outside the BBC headquarters in Manchester.
Tommy asked me to help him again, by coming from Canada to the UK to report on his film premiere. And he asked me to crowdfund to bring other journalists from America and Australia, too, just like we all did to cover Tommy’s trial. Because you just can’t trust the British media — so we’ve got to bring in some real reporters.
So last Saturday, February 23, Tommy revealed the whole sordid story in dramatic fashion. And he did it outside the BBC headquarters in Manchester with over four thousand of his supporters.
The mainstream media have ignored it.
I travelled to the event from Canada and Avi Yemini came from Australia. Canadian singer-songwriter Kelly Day (who performed at our Rebel Live event) was also on hand to play a special song for Tommy.
We are crowdfunding to cover their economy-class airfare — the cheapest we could find. We put them up in 3-star hotels — nothing fancier. And basic expenses, like taxi cabs. And we hired a UK-based cameraman and crew, too.
Can you please chip in to help me crowdfund these expenses for the Real Reporters? Please use the form below.
I wish the UK had more real reporters, but the mainstream media are just as corrupt as the mainstream political parties — in fact, Tommy’s undercover footage proves it.
Please help us tell the story about the corrupt BBC, and how they tried to frame Tommy Robinson.