Tommy Robinson is in trouble and he has asked for help — here’s why

Ezra Levant March 11, 2020:

Tommy Robinson is in trouble — it’s outrageous. He’s asked me to come to London to help. I’m leaving tonight:

That Syrian migrant who is suing Tommy Robinson — there’s a court hearing in the morning. I’ll be there, I’ll tell you what happens, I’ll do videos outside the court and live-tweet from the inside.

Here’s what’s at issue: the law firm that is carrying the case against Tommy, instead of normally serving a lawsuit on Tommy, they literally hired an obscene Antifa thug to deliver it to Tommy’s family home.

That’s insane. And it’s legally relevant because Tommy has witnesses who are willing to testify about the case. But they’re classmates of this Syrian migrant, so they’re young, and they’re afraid that if their identity is disclosed to the migrant’s lawyers, they’ll be bullied, too.

So, tomorrow’s hearing is whether or not the identity of Tommy’s witnesses have to be handed over to the people who hired the monster I just showed you. But there’s a second matter that I’m going to talk to Tommy about. 

There’s a children’s resort in the UK called Centre Parcs. It’s for families. Sports, bike paths, dining, swimming pools. Tommy likes taking his family there. It’s a safe place for families. Until Tommy’s eight-year-old daughter ran over to him and said that there were three middle-aged men in the kiddie pool, and one of them groped her.

Tommy being Tommy, he went over and accosted them, and restrained the groper till police came.

The man admitted he groped Tommy’s daughter. He said it was an “accident”. You know how accidents can happen — how a pack of middle-aged man can go to Centre Parcs and go to the kiddie pool, and accidentally grope the bottom of an eight-year-old girl. An accident.

Incredibly, the police came; refused to arrest the confessed groper; refused to seize his cell phone to look for photos, and actually arrested Tommy!

Tommy’s own daughter was physically assaulted by a man in a kid’s swimming pool. But police are arresting him, and charging him, and he’ll have to go to court.

And you know it’s just so they can put him away for a long, long time. They literally let the admitted groper go.

I’m going to London tonight. I’ll sleep on the plane. I land in the morning and go straight to court. I’ll report on the hearing as to whether Tommy’s witnesses have to tell the thuggish law firm their identity. And then I’ll interview Tommy about the charges against him.

Those are the ones that have me worried — I see it as an excuse to put Tommy away for a long time.

I’m worried about this. So, what can I do? The thing I always do — report the truth about Tommy and his trials. Especially since he’s been de-platformed himself. And you know the mainstream media only lie about Tommy. Every single British media outlet reported that Tommy was arrested and charged at the swimming pool. Not one of them mentioned it was for holding down a man who had admitted to groping his eight-year-old daughter.

If I don’t go to report on these things, not only will you not know what happens, but you’ll be told the opposite. It’s true that Tommy was charged. But imagine writing that, and not even mentioning why, or what, or who.

Can you please help me? I have an economy-class ticket. It cost me just under a thousand pounds, or $1,500 dollars Canadian. Plus cab fare to and from the court and I’ll probably buy Tommy lunch. And then I’m heading home tomorrow night — I’ll sleep on the plane again, so no need for a hotel.

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Ezra Levant November 19, 2019:

What happened to Tommy Robinson in court today?

If you think it’s important that I keep reporting from Tommy’s trials — both in my video reports, but also my minute-by-minute live-tweeting from the courtroom itself — please consider helping me cover the cost of my flight.

My flight is $1,400 Canadian, plus cab fare to the airport and back in each city. If you can help me, I’d be grateful — please use the form below to help if you can. Thank you for your support!

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Ezra Levant November 19, 2019:

Tommy Robinson is back in court for another nuisance suit involving a Syrian refugee boy.

I spoke to Tommy just before we went inside:

Ezra Levant November 13, 2019:

Tommy Robinson just sent me a message. I didn’t know it, but he has another court case tomorrow. I thought he was done until the spring. Here’s a message he just sent me this morning:

I’ve got to go to cover this latest court case. Because if I don’t, I can guarantee that the mainstream media will be there, and they’re going to lie. Or worse.

When I went to Luton last month, to the trial there where the police and prosecutors are trying to ban Tommy from every football game in the UK, a reporter stood up, right there in court, and told the judge she insisted on having the right to publish Tommy Robinson’s family home address to the world.

Even the police and the prosecutors said that was a terrible idea, a dangerous idea, it would put Tommy’s family at risk. But this reporter literally stood up in court and demanded the right to do so.

She was overruled by the judge. But if I hadn’t been there, no-one else would have reported that — that proof of how toxic UK reporters are.

So I have to go, to tell the truth about what’s going to be said in court, about the media’s conduct, and about the conduct of the lawyers on the other side.

I’m flying out today, overnight from Canada to the U.K.

I bought a last-minute ticket, I’m not even staying the whole day — just seven hours flying each way; I’ll be on the ground in London for just long enough to cover the trial, then I’ve got to get back to Canada to do my work here.

If you think it’s important that I keep reporting from Tommy’s trials — both in my video reports, but also my minute-by-minute live-tweeting from the courtroom itself — please consider helping me cover the cost of my flight.

My flight is $1,400 Canadian, plus cab fare to the airport and back in each city. If you can help me, I’d be grateful — please use the form below to help if you can.

I know that it’s crazy to fly in from Canada to report on Tommy’s cases when there are so many journalists in the UK. But I just simply don’t trust any of them to tell the truth about Tommy — do you?

Thanks — see you tomorrow.

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Ezra Levant October 18, 2019:

You won’t believe what happened at Tommy Robinson’s court hearing today.

I just got out of Tommy Robinson’s court hearing in Luton today, and I’m on my way back to Canada. But I have to quickly tell you about the most infuriating thing happened.

Just to recap — Tommy is being prosecuted by the government, again. They’re seeking to ban him from all football games in the UK. It’s lawfare, designed to wear Tommy down. It’s outrageous that police and prosecutors are spending their time on this, instead of solving the UK’s crime wave.

But back to today’s hearing. So there I was in the court, along with four other journalists. It was just a brief hearing to set up the ground rules for the trial ahead.

One of the formalities was for Tommy’s full name, date of birth and home address to be read into the record. Except that Tommy’s home address has to remain private — he receives constant death threats, including from terrorists. So there was an application to tell the judge Tommy’s address privately — not to have it published to the world.

Tommy’s lawyers asked for this. And the prosecutor agreed. And so did the police.

Everyone knows that Tommy is in great danger, and his family too. And of course, Tommy’s home address has nothing at all to do with the case in question.

So the judge agreed to keep his home private.

But not before another journalist literally stood up in court and objected.

She stood up in court and demanded to have the right to publish Tommy’s address to the world.

I’m serious. She was actually pushing back on the judge.

She wasn’t there to report on the case. She was there to alter the case.

She wasn’t there as a neutral teller of facts. She was there as an adversary, an enemy.

It was astonishing.

That’s the state of the UK media

In the end, the judge ignored her. But I’ll never forget that moment.

That’s why I flew to the UK today. And that’s why I’ll be back on January 17th for the preliminary hearing, and again on March 24th for the main trial. It’s insane that there are so many court dates. But that’s part of it — it’s a nuisance suit to wear Tommy down.

Today’s outrageous conduct by the media reminded me of why it’s so critically important for me to be there.

Because you just can’t trust the British media to tell the truth about Tommy.

I’ll keep coming back to cover Tommy’s trials, as long as viewers want me to. If you can help, please do, by using the form below:

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Ezra Levant October 17, 2019:

Tommy Robinson is on trial again tomorrow.

This time it’s in his home town of Luton. And they’re trying to ban him from all football games in the UK.

It’s absurd. It’s a nuisance suit designed to wear Tommy out personally and financially. It’s just the latest in a never-ending stream of abuse of process by the establishment.

A few months ago, Tommy was on holiday in Portugal with his wife and he went to a football match there. A man recognized Tommy and came up to him twice, verbally abusing Tommy and his wife so badly that Tommy sent his wife away from the scene, and warned the man to stay away. When the man abused Tommy a third time, Tommy knocked him down.

No charges were laid. The man was abusive and threatening; I don’t think a cop or a judge in the world would care. They certainly didn’t in Portugal.

But the UK authorities saw this as a way to apply to ban Tommy from all UK games. So — no charges, no crime, just an abusive drunk harassing Tommy, the last 30 seconds of which were caught on tape — and so another nuisance suit was filed against Tommy.

TOMMY WANTS ME TO REPORT ON THE CASE

This goes to court tomorrow. I talked to Tommy yesterday and he wants me there to report on the case. Obviously — the mainstream media literally make things up about his trials if there’s no-one else to report the truth.

Tomorrow’s hearing isn’t the main event — it’s a preliminary legal skirmish. But I want to be there, and I’ll produce videos from the courthouse and I’ll live-tweet the hearing. Last time I live-tweeted a Tommy trial, it got about 5 million views on Twitter, so obviously there’s a pent-up demand for the truth about Tommy. Nobody trusts the BBC or the rest of the UK “Media Party”.

I’m just flying in for the day, so I don’t need a hotel. But my plane ticket, plus taxi fare back and forth to Luton will be about $1,700 Canadian, or just under £1,000.

CAN YOU HELP ME GET TO THE UK?

I’d appreciate it if you could chip in £5 or $10. I’ve made almost a dozen trips like this, including a few to visit Tommy in prison. And every time I wonder: is it worth it? Does anyone care? And every time I am reminded: yes, people do care.

People care about Tommy, but they also care about the state of freedom in the United Kingdom. And people on my side of the Atlantic care, because we want a window into the future of what life will be like here in Canada or the United States if we let our freedoms slip away as they have over there.

And if you’ve read Tommy’s autobiography, “Enemy of the State”, you’ll recognize these police tactics. They use any possible excuse to harass Tommy. I just think it’s important that the truth gets out there — and you know we can’t trust the BBC to tell it.

So if you can help, please use the form below to chip in a few quid. I’ll post all of my videos here, and of course, you can read my tweets as fast as I type them from the court tomorrow.

Thank you.

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