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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL 02 August, 2018 10:07

ianr Wrote:
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> JohnL Wrote:
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> > Oh Gawd he's out - re-trial.
>
> You're unhappy about his being bailed?

Personally yes because I don't like his brand of politics - legally the appeal court had a point but most of us wouldn't get that justice - he has top lawyers retained paid for by The Middle East Forum (an anti islamic group in the states).

[www.meforum.org]

"The full resources of the Middle East Forum were activated to free Mr. Robinson. We:

Conferred with his legal team and made funding available to them;
Funded, organized and staffed the large ďFree TommyĒ London rallies on June 9 and July 14 (see The Times, The Guardian, and the Independent);
Funded travel by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) to London to address the rally; and
Urged Sam Brownback, the State Departmentís ambassador for International Religious Freedom, to raise the issue with the UKís ambassador."
"The Philadelphia-based Middle East Forum promotes American interests and works to protect Western civilization from the threat of Islamism."



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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL 02 August, 2018 10:11

JoeLeg Wrote:
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> uncleglen Wrote:
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> > about time- he has only EVER told the TRUTH
>
>
> I would have time for him if he was truly
> attacking religious extremism and child abuse
> equally.
>
> But heís not.
>
> Heís only focused on Muslims.
>
> Do you wonder why he never mentions the abuses by
> the Catholic Church, for example? Or the bigotry
> found within Hindu fundamentalists?
>
> Do you wonder why heís only interested in
> targeting Islam, while excusing a pedophile friend
> of his?
> Google Richard Price.

It won't end with the moslems. If the alt right are in a pub they'll talk to me if I don't say much - so I know some of the views they have.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by diable rouge 02 August, 2018 10:34

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak outó
Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak outó
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak outó
Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for meóand there was no one left to speak for me.



Never again Uncleglen. Never again...

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by rendelharris 02 August, 2018 11:26

https://i.imgur.com/vDBHcEP.png?1

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by uncleglen 03 August, 2018 11:56

His early ventures into the public spotlight was relating the activities of muslims in Luton....his own personal experience and TRUE events in his own neighbourhood.
The muslim who exposed a grooming gang was best placed to do what he did because the only reason these and other nefarious activities go on is because the 'communities' are self-contained and protectionist and this goes for Saville, Catholic Institutions etc as well.
So Nazir Afzal got the conviction in 2014 was itquestion mark What about Sara Rowbotham MP who tried to alert authorities in 2005....how come Nazir Afzam didn't pick up on it back then?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by ianr 03 August, 2018 12:21

Contempt appeal judgment: [www.bailii.org].

At para.12, concerning the initial contempt at Canterbury:

"The judge emphasised that the contempt hearing was not about free speech, legitimate journalism or whether one political viewpoint was right or better than another. It was about ensuring that a trial could be carried out justly and fairly."



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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by rendelharris 03 August, 2018 12:41

uncleglen Wrote:
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> His early ventures into the public spotlight was
> relating the activities of muslims in Luton....his
> own personal experience and TRUE events in his own
> neighbourhood.
> The muslim who exposed a grooming gang was best
> placed to do what he did because the only reason
> these and other nefarious activities go on is
> because the 'communities' are self-contained and
> protectionist and this goes for Saville, Catholic
> Institutions etc as well.
> So Nazir Afzal got the conviction in 2014 was
> itquestion mark What about Sara Rowbotham MP who tried to
> alert authorities in 2005....how come Nazir Afzam
> didn't pick up on it back then?


How splendidly cheap and EDL of you to spell his name wrong. Cheap, but expected. He wasn't involved in the Rochdale case in its early years as he was neither in the location nor of the seniority to be so. He did not "expose" the grooming gang because he was part of their community, because he wasn't - he's from Birmingham, not Rochdale. One of his first actions on being appointed Crown Chief Prosecutor for the Northwest in 2011 was to overturn the previous decision of (white, non-Muslim) prosecutors not to pursue the case, and to initiate prosecutions that were ultimately successful. Sorry if the facts don't fit the far-right narrative.

Sara Rowbotham, while a splendid (Labour, that must stick in your hate-filled craw, if you actually knew it) local councillor is not an MP - a minor detail, but symptomatic of your muddled-headed bigotted ignorance.

P.S. I suggest before you continue your Tommy worship you look up, as JoeLeg suggested, EDL founder member Richard Price - convicted of possession of child pornography and placed on the sex offenders' register. Tommy Robinson whined that Price was "stitched up" and that the police had "no right" to raid his home and seize his computer. What was that you were saying about self-contained protectionist communities?



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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JoeLeg 03 August, 2018 13:39

uncleglen Wrote:
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> His early ventures into the public spotlight was
> relating the activities of muslims in Luton....his
> own personal experience and TRUE events in his own
> neighbourhood.
> The muslim who exposed a grooming gang was best
> placed to do what he did because the only reason
> these and other nefarious activities go on is
> because the 'communities' are self-contained and
> protectionist and this goes for Saville, Catholic
> Institutions etc as well.

That has nothing to do with Robinsonís curious reluctance to challenge child abusers from any other religion. He seems very...focused, shall we say, on Islam. Have you seen who is funding his high-powered legal team? Heís got quite a lot of support from American groups who seem keen to impose their own narrative on the U.K.


So Nazir Afzal got the conviction in 2014 was
> itquestion mark What about Sara Rowbotham MP who tried to
> alert authorities in 2005....how come Nazir Afzam
> didn't pick up on it back then?

Iím slightly confused here. Given that Afzal did not have the legal authority in 2005 to initiator proceedings (a year in whic he was prosecuting people for honour killings), I can hardly see how he can be held responsible for a lack of action in Rochdale.



Have you checked out Richard Price yet?



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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah 03 August, 2018 13:44

I can provide a list of around 15 EDL members who were convicted of child rape and peadophile related crimes. But people like Uncleglen are living in a parallel universe of denial.

Even on the point of journalism, and Yaxley Lennon (with all his fake names) is no journalist, Andrew Norfolk of the Times is the proper investigative journalist who pursued the Rochdale crimes and eventually persuaded his editor to go with it.

You see, Lennon is just a pretender. A fraud, a fake. He is a single issue obsessive, obsessed with hatred for Islam. He cares nothing about child rape at all. If he did, he would be highlighting all cases of such and lobbying parliament for change in the same way that genuine campaigners (many of them themselves victims) already do. He is a narcissistic rabble rouser. And he belongs to a group who think it is ok to threaten Police, the law, elected officials and just about anyone that stands in their way. He is enjoying attention simply because of the rise of an alt right movement, a movement that does not actually believe in free speech for anyone outside of its own echo chamber, a movement that believes in totalitarianism over liberty. And many of those being sucked into this narrative, ordinary people on the whole, would not like the world these people are driving to create either.

Lennon ultimately is becoming a puppet, for people far more clever than he can ever hope to be. That is the dangerous part of this.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by diable rouge 03 August, 2018 18:45

100...

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL 04 August, 2018 12:07

It's not Papillon but Tommy's days inside are already leaked (with a bit of licence).

"There's no TV, Can I have a TV?"

"Sorry we can't have a TV in here because you'll disturb the people in the cell next door"

"What's next door ?"

"The Mosque"

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by rahrahrah 06 August, 2018 16:59

uncleglen Wrote:
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> about time- he has only EVER told the TRUTH

Convicted Fraudster Yaxley-Lennon is as honest as the day is long.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Parkdrive 10 August, 2018 14:49

rahrahrah Wrote:
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> uncleglen Wrote:
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> > about time- he has only EVER told the TRUTH
>
> Convicted Fraudster Yaxley-Lennon is as honest as
> the day is long.

Have you noticed how the nights are drawing in?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by flocker spotter 10 August, 2018 22:36

SYL has other business interests( aside from the £100k from his backers) - including tanning shops.

Up these with market stalls and flower shops in terms of being a useful business for... whatever. I am sure you can join the dots



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messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL July 05, 04:26PM

GUILTY as charged.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by DuncanW July 05, 09:33PM

Why is it that the news media always call him Tommy Robinson, but then without fail state that his real name is SYL within a couple of lines?

There are plenty of other people in public life who operate under an assumed name that they donít do this for:

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by pk July 06, 09:52AM

DuncanW Wrote:
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> Why is it that the news media always call him
> Tommy Robinson, but then without fail state that
> his real name is SYL within a couple of lines?
>
> There are plenty of other people in public life
> who operate under an assumed name that they donít
> do this for:

Perhaps because those others arenít in court, where people are identified by their real names?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah July 07, 08:06PM

Exactly that. He was prosecuted under his real name, just as he always is. That is why they report it.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by DuncanW July 07, 08:54PM

He is often in the news - not only when he's facing legal proceedings - and they always mention that his real name is... SYL

He is a recent example: [www.theguardian.com]

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by fishbiscuits July 08, 05:52PM

Well, he is now a wannabe politician... is it normal for politicians to operate under a false name? Not as far as I'm aware.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Blah Blah July 09, 02:22AM

No it isn't.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by uncleglen July 09, 12:09PM

Tommy Robinson is a pseudonym....as a politician he uses tyhe name Stephen Yaxley Lennon.
Quite a few UK politicians have not used their given names
[www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by DuncanW July 09, 12:23PM

To be fair, they are pretty much all variations on their given names, most commonly using their middle name instead of the first name. As for George Osborne, if my parents had called me Gideon, I'm not sure it would have taken me as long as that to change it by deed-poll.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by snowy July 09, 02:09PM

Doesn't he use Tommeh because of his serial criminal convictions under his real name?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by fishbiscuits July 09, 03:28PM

uncleglen Wrote:
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> Quite a few UK politicians have not used their given names
> [www.huffingtonpost.co.uk]

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?

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by Hemingway July 09, 05:06PM

fishbiscuits Wrote:
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> Well, he is now a wannabe politician... is it
> normal for politicians to operate under a false
> name? Not as far as I'm aware.

We could have asked Anthony Wedgewood-Benn at one time

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by fishbiscuits July 09, 05:22PM

Hemingway Wrote:
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> We could have asked Anthony Wedgewood-Benn at one time

Not really in the same league.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by doberso July 11, 02:19PM

Thereís not enough brain bleach on the world to scrub from the dirge that I watched over the last 24 hours in support of him online. Videos from supposed experts, academics, people with inside knowledge - all of whom happily decry opposing opinion by other academics and experts as being ďout of touchĒ, or pawns of the coming war against our own society.

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by JohnL July 11, 06:16PM

9 and a half weeks is all he'll serve

9 Months given. 4 and a half to serve (I thought that would be if he showed good behavior but seems it's how it is), 2 months +already served.

He's been let off easy even though he claims he'll be murdered in jail (he won't be)

messageRe: Stephen Yaxley-Lennon
Posted by uncleglen July 11, 07:10PM

fishbiscuits Wrote:
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> > 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

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