Tommy Robinson’s Full Address at the Oxford Union


Tommy Robinson describes what his life was like growing up in Luton. This is where he first learned about the grooming gangs and where he experienced racism and saw first hand the fear that blacks and Jews lived under with threats from Muslim gangs.

First, he set up the "United People of Luton". The Pakistani street gangs were attacking him which is why he changed his name and wore a mask. When he saw a two-tiered Police system, out of total frustration, the "English Defence League" came into being.

On October 8, 2013, Tommy Robinson left the EDL because of concerns over the "dangers of far-right extremism". The media, however, cannot accept this and continually refer to his association with them.

For those of you who can't make your mind up about Tommy Robinson, perhaps this will shine a light on the real person.

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