Tommy Robinson, Untouchable by Bruce Bawer


Day by day, it seems, Britain is descending even further into the madness of dhimmitude. Robinson, who faces another court date and possible re-imprisonment later this month, immediately took up the cause of the fired soldier. In an October 10 video, he was eloquent in his denunciation of Army officials, noting that they show little if any appreciation for rank-and-file soldiers, that for this reason they're having a great deal of trouble these days signing up recruits, that military veterans are lying homeless in the streets of London while newly arrived Muslim immigrants are given their choice of residences at government expense, and that this episode can only lead to an enormous backlash by men and women in uniform. Indeed, Robinson said that he'd been contacted by hundreds of soldiers who share his fury over this case.