Re: Tommy Robinson and DHFC
Posted by JoeLeg
11 December, 2018 12:16
> 'some debate' on here-, about THAT sort of
> thing....the fact that the DHFC (David Horowitz
> Freedom Centre) has a website called 'Jihad Watch'
> means that it has been branded
> 'islamophobic'...like anything else, (or anyone
> else) that points out the honest truth about what
> is, and what has been, going on...which, of
> course, is all that T. Robinson has EVER done- and
> I daresay the DHFC..... c'mon rendelharris join
> the 'debate'
Tommy Robinson is receiving support and funding from foreign, unaccountable sources looking to push political agendas on the U.K.. He is at best naive and I personally think he is treading dangerously close to, shall we say, working with foreign agents against the best interests of this nation.
I do not argue with the idea that we must be vigilant against those who would seek to introduce a way of life not compatible with what people in this country consider to be civilised, but I would also argue that the intelligence services have already had considerable success in handling that threat.
Yaxley-Lennon and his ilk have a very keen interest specifically in Islam, to the extent that he excused paedophilic behaviour in his white compatriots and is now openly admitting that he is only interested in anti-Islamic action.
He does not have the aim of helping this nation, rather his intention is to introduce, little by little, an environment hostile to members of a specific religion with the a of removing them from society. And then what will come next we wonder?
You have to be a special kind of stupid not to see that when even Farage disowns you, the game is up.
Football Lads Alliance? EDL? Britain First? All birds of a feather. They are not interested in making a better Britain; they are throwbacks who yearn for a time when the white man was dominant.
“All that T Robinson has ever done” is to try and present himself as ‘just a man of the people’. He is not. Do you know how reviled he was by serving and former service personnel - of all political persuasions - for that service station stunt? He had very few friends in this country, which is why he seeks help from abroad.
You should be very concerned about the bedfellows he keep, and the influence he seeks to allow into our society. I’d suggest you look a little closer at Yaxley-Lennon.