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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Sephiroth July 11, 07:45PM

Why is there uncleglen still here?

People have been barred from this place for far worse than his ongoing excuses for the worst of humanity?

I know he juuuuust about manages to keep on the right side of the spirit of forum posting

but sheesh



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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by snowy July 11, 08:44PM

Tommy got badly beaten up by the Men on Gear lot as he claimed to be high up in their ranks. Man canít even be a hooligan

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by cella July 11, 09:13PM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> fishbiscuits Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > uncleglen Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Quite a few UK politicians have not used
> their
> > given names
> > >
> >
> [www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]
>
> > iticians-real-names_uk_571f722ae4b06bf544e0be73
> >
> > They're all using their given surname, and
> either
> > their middle name or a nickname as the first
> > name.
> >
> > "Tommy" uses a completely made up name, so
> quoting
> > his real name alongside it seems fair.
> >
> > Are you sympathetic to his cause, uncleglen?
>
> According to Wiki (ermmm) "The name Tommy Robinson
> is a pseudonym taken from a prominent member of
> the "Men In Gear" (MIG) football hooligan crew,
> which follows Luton Town Football Club.[38] The
> member named Tommy Robinson wrote two books about
> his 25 years of hooliganism"
> "his cause"....all he has done is highlight the
> activities of certain muslims ...if you wish to
> learn more watch Three Girls the docudrama about
> Rochdale groomers...on Netflix- and it was made by
> the BBC...a 3 part mini series. And the perps are
> STILL in the UK as they have a Human Right to a
> family life according to the EC


Hideous comments - not even a prerence this time. Maybe emboldened by a Boris/Trump world.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah July 11, 10:55PM

Tommy Robinson, or rather Stephen Yaxley-Lennon hasn't merely highlighted the activities of certain muslims. He has led a crusade to bait gullible hooligans to hate ALL muslims. He does not care about the victims of CSA. He has used them to fuel his real agenda which is a crusade against an entire religion. And yes, why is the vile apologism of Uncleglen still here?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah July 11, 10:59PM

And just to add that anyone in central London today, around Westminster would have seen what despicable thugs follow the likes of Tommy Robinson. Up to 200 hooligans attacked the remain protesters outside Parliament and the press at College Green. These are not people who believe in freedom of speech or difference of opinion. They are boot boys who beat the crap out of anyone with a different view. So Uncleglen, you can go do one with your defence of a rabble rousing thug who today, got just what he has been asking for.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL July 12, 09:43AM

Some old guy who looked like the walking dead attacked the BBC camera team too - with a pole.

eventually someone will fight back

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah July 12, 10:00AM

This has always been the MO of the far right. They want class war, street brawls, anarchy. For a brief spell, Tommy Robinson deluded himself he could get elected to the EU Parliament, and then played the victim when it didn't happen. And all of them, from him to Hatey Hopkins, are now being funded by alt and far right American Islamaphobic organisations and lauded by the likes of nutjobs like Alex Jones and Ezra Levant, who wouldn't know honest journalism if it hit them in the face. Tommy has that defamation case to look forward to when he gets out as well. Costly business being a rabble rousing liar.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by fishbiscuits July 12, 11:11AM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> "his cause"....all he has done is highlight the
> activities of certain muslims

Yes but specifically focusing on Islam is problematic. I would be the first to admit that Islam has more than it's fair share of problems right now (and I am not a fan of religion at the best of times). BUT acting as though it is the only problem this country faces is highly disingenuous, and undoubtedly borne from prejudice. For instance, surely you can think of other institutions which have covered up, or failed to investigate child abuse in recent times? Or terrorist acts committed in the name of other ideologies or religions? I am not attempting to mount some sort of straw-man defence of radical Islam, but I am saying that some perspective is required.

As for the hooligan-inspired pseudonym - I am not sure why you bothered mentioning that. Tommy Robinson is still not his name. It just goes to show what an unpleasant character he really is.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by uncleglen July 12, 02:51PM

After the authorities closed ranks and protected the vile Jimmy Saville then ALL the public 'protectors' should be following up abuse especially after this little gem
[www.politicalite.com]

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by snowy July 12, 03:06PM

You do read some of the most rabid right wing press don't you?

UG - can you remind us how many previous convictions Tommy has and what for?

Also how many members of EDL are on the sex offenders register for child abuse? It's all googleble - I'll wait for you to tell us.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was july 12, 03:09pm by snowy.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by pk July 12, 04:11PM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> After the authorities closed ranks and protected
> the vile Jimmy Saville then ALL the public
> 'protectors' should be following up abuse
> especially after this little gem
> [www.politicalite.com]
> -cover-up-gordon-browns-government-urged-police-no
> t-to-investigate-muslim-grooming-gangs/

you really don't know what you're talking about

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL July 12, 05:44PM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> After the authorities closed ranks and protected
> the vile Jimmy Saville then ALL the public
> 'protectors' should be following up abuse
> especially after this little gem
> [www.politicalite.com]
> -cover-up-gordon-browns-government-urged-police-no
> t-to-investigate-muslim-grooming-gangs/

Out of all these sites many of which I don't like some left wing (Cnary) some right wing (Guido). Only one gets a red and UncG picks it smiling smiley.

Newsguard rankings for UK newsbrands (so far):
BBC News: Green
Sky News: Green
ITV News: Green
LBC: Green
The Times: Green
The Sun: Green
Mail Online: Green
The Telegraph: Green
Financial Times: Green
The Guardian: Green
The Independent: Green
Buzzfeed News UK: Green
Huffpost UK: Green
Daily Express: Green
The i: Green
Daily Star: Green
Daily Mirror: Green
Metro: Green
Evening Standard: Green
Manchester Evening News: Green
The Canary: Green
Guido Fawkes: Green
The Economist: Green
New Statesman: Green
Spectator: Green
Politicalite UK: Red

[www.pressgazette.co.uk]

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by uncleglen July 12, 11:49PM

I feel privileged that you all feel you can use me to virtue signal at length about something most of you have NO first hand experience of- well, watch this if you dare....and watch 3 Girls....and it is all true.

[www.youtube.com]

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by pk July 13, 09:55AM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> watch this if you dare.......and it is
> all true.
>
> [www.youtube.com]


I dared to watch a few minutes

Itís not all true, itís not even consistent!

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by pk July 13, 10:00AM

uncleglen Wrote:
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>
> you have NO first hand experience of


And what is it that youíve got this unique first hand experience of that means that you see the truth that others donít?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by malumbu July 13, 11:37AM

Saw the gaggle of "Oh Tommy Robinson" followers. Disappointed as I thought it was the left wing gay activist, pop star and Six music activist Tom Robinson. I was hoping to have a rendition of Power in the Darkness, stand up and fight for your rights. (Or even some Beastie Boys).

I had a chat with the riot police that I found their attitude rather racist and not representative of our tolerant liberal society but the riot police didn't seem to understand (and I expect some may sympathize with Mr Y-L). Although I find it quite ironic that the extreme right then turn on the police - who they should really side with as they want a fascist state.

Not seeing any anti-fascist protestors I didn't really want to have a pop on myself, particularly as I had my work tablet in my hand. Thet would be great arriving at the meeting late to apologise as I'd had a brawl with some Nazis. Oh and sorry for the damage to my tablet IT department. One for the CV though!

So no battle of Cable Street I'm afraid

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by malumbu July 13, 11:45AM

Apparently the battle of Cable Street was not a historic alignment between the left wing and Jews, as official representatives of both sides refused to support this.. This is all an urban myth as Europe turned towards communism after the war. [www.haaretz.com] However 20000 ordinary people, many East End Jews and many left wing, opposing the British Union of Fascists who were supported by 7000 police, is good enough for me to keep this description.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by malumbu July 13, 01:06PM

The chat with the police was about the mob, not the police's political leanings. I know a few coppers some of whom I count as friends s0 comments about sympathy are there to provoke views rather than a black or white impression. It would be great if some cops joined in, but I expect that we are too far away from West Wickham for them to be on this site.

Sadly I have now digressed into

Anti-fascists
Police sympathies
The history of the 1930s

But please do join in.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah July 13, 01:31PM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> I feel privileged that you all feel you can use me to virtue signal at length about something most of you have NO first hand experience of- well, watch this if you dare....and watch 3 Girls....and it is all true.

> [www.youtube.com]

And who broke the story on '3 girls'? It wasn't Tommy Robinson was it? It was a real investigative journalist called Andrew Norfolk. Stop swallowing the cool aid of the far right Uncleglen. And better still, stop posting it here.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by carlafindle July 13, 09:28PM

Blah Blah Wrote:
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> uncleglen Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I feel privileged that you all feel you can use
> me to virtue signal at length about something most
> of you have NO first hand experience of- well,
> watch this if you dare....and watch 3 Girls....and
> it is all true.
>
> > [www.youtube.com]
>
> And who broke the story on '3 girls'? It wasn't
> Tommy Robinson was it? It was a real investigative
> journalist called Andrew Norfolk. Stop swallowing
> the cool aid of the far right Uncleglen. And
> better still, stop posting it here.


Well said.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL September 13, 01:22PM

He's out and he's mutated into Robinson Crusoe.

Looks like he's been stuck on the island in Lost rather than in jail.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by diable rouge September 13, 01:30PM

I hear the bearded lady look is popular inside...

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