Thursday, June 14, 2018

The Story of Tommy Robinson and the Life Struggle of Free Speech - A Case Study of the British Pedophilia Cover-Up and the Fight for Honest Journalism

Recent news has brought a significant amount of attention to the case of independent reporter, Tommy Robinson. Yet how many people knew that the court proceedings Robinson was covering stretched back almost thirty years ago?

Even as early as 1997, the town of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, U.K. witnessed numerous cases of gang rape of young girls by Middle Eastern immigrants and the reported police cover-up that soon followed. Protests of these incidents have been ongoing, though corporate media does not seem to have covered any of them.

It is this case of gang rape of children that Tommy Robinson was intent about exposing to the world. Considering the fact that virtually no mainstream media would dare cover the story, Robinson was faced with a dilemma. Should a person obey a grossly unethical standard of silence as the rest of the corporate media typically does? (This is preceding the gag order made by a questionable judge.) Or should a reporter defy the convention of pedophile enablers to stand up for humanity?
Of course, it is natural to be angry when law enforcement officers refuse to do their jobs of protecting the public from criminal abuse—especially when children suffer as a direct result. In such a case, we might imagine that the general public would respond with civil protest. However, when entire police precincts refuse to investigate and confront crime for decades on end, the situation changes.

This ordeal is further complicated by the issue of the massive influx of Middle Eastern migrants which has occurred in the last two years. Though this influx did not yet exist at the beginning of the rape case, this growing trend seems to have complicated the dynamic of the trial.

This case in the U.K. mirrors virtually every other scenario in the West in which thousands upon thousands of immigrants are pouring into the country from the Middle East. The media is, of course, painting the situation in order to divide opinions within the population between the pro and the anti opinion of the issue of immigration. According to the media, either citizens accept unlimited numbers of immigrants into their countries, or they "have no heart" and "do not care about humanity." This is a typical example of false dilemma propaganda.

The situation is deeply complex with respect to living situations, social standards, and extreme cultural differences—many of which have proven to be physically dangerous in some instances. The case of the reported belief in sex slavery of some Muslims is one such cultural difference which has sparked an enormous debate within society.

Naturally, any religion, belief system, or supposedly sacred text can be used as an excuse to harm and abuse others. This has been the case for thousands of years. The problem is that at the moment, the West is faced with a massive population of immigrants who hold a variety of beliefs about one of these texts—the Quran.

Depending upon how one chooses to interpret this book, a person can either live a life of relative peace, or a life of war, violence and brutalization. Obviously, it is unclear what a person believes about any faith until they honestly admit or act upon their beliefs. Sometimes, the results of a person's beliefs are benevolent while other times, the resulting actions can be detrimental, or even devastating.

This issue of the massive migrant population is extremely impacting to the topic at hand, and as we will discuss a bit later, this problematic social and societal issue of unchecked immigration has reportedly played a major role in the failure of law enforcement to adequately uphold the law and protect citizens.

For now, let's assess the situation at the point just moments before (and after) reporter, Tommy Robinson, was arrested.

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Source: Zero Hedge

Published: May 27, 2018

By: Tyler Durden

Tommy Robinson Arrested Outside UK Court, Jailed For 13 Months As Judge Orders Orwellian Media Blackout

UK activist and English Defence Leage founder Tommy Robinson was arrested on Friday outside of Leeds Crown Court for reporting on a pedophile grooming trial. Within six hours of his arrest, Robinson was handed a 13 month prison term for violating a prior suspended sentence for a similar offense, while media outlets were banned from covering the incident by the court - with several removing reports which had already been published.

Footage shows Robinson, 35, being arrested while livestreaming to his Facebook page outside the courthouse. He can be heard shouting to a friend "Please, George, get me a solicitor, I’m on a suspended sentence, you see."

A big police van with about seven police officers pulled up and arrested [Robinson] and told him to stop live streaming,” Robinson’s producer told RT (before their article (archived) was scrubbed from the internet). “They said it was incitement and a breach of the peace.

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“No peace has been breached – there were two other people there and he’s been perfectly quiet talking into his phone. [The police] said nothing about the court proceedings. It’s very strange.”

Disturbingly, the judge who sentenced Robinson, Geoffrey Marson QC, ordered an Orwellian media blackout - which resulted in several publications deleting their articles from the web covering Robinson's arrest.

Robinson was admonished last year by Judge Heather Norton for filming outside a gang rape case in Canterbury, who slapped him with a three month suspended sentence on the condition that he cease his coverage of the trials.

you should be under no illusions that if you commit any further offence of any kind, and that would include, I would have thought a further contempt of court by similar actions, then that sentence of three months would be activated -Judge Heather Norton

“This is not about free speech, not about the freedom of the press, nor about legitimate journalism, and not about political correctness,” the judge told Robinson at the time.

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In response to Robinson's arrest, a large group of protesters gathered outside Downing Street - while the hashtag #FreeTommy has been used to coordinate a response, express outrage and share information about the situation.

Robinson's arrest has also sparked a free speech debate over social media, with supporters and detractors alike standing up for the controversial activist's right (or lack thereof) to express his opinion.

Pedophile grooming gangs

A group of 29 defendants are being tried for historical sex offences against children, split into three trials. Robinson was arrested at the second trial, while the first is ongoing.

For more on the grooming gangs which have abused over 700 women and girls, click here.

Meanwhile, enraged Britons have been harassing the defendants as they make their way to court in the ongoing trials.

Here is the full list of defendants via The Sun.

Continue reading at:

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After reading about the above situation, it becomes clear why we cover these types of topics on DTM. Any time journalists are punished for doing their jobs of reporting the truth (especially when these journalists are reporting on gross serial corruption of the elitists behind much of the MSM) it is one of the main goals of DTM to fill in the gap left by the shameful censorship which the former establishment has reportedly attempted to maintain.
According to research, the MSM, corrupt law enforcement, and various branches of corrupt government have all been doing everything in their power to prevent the former crimes of the elite from being revealed. However, the way I see it, these revelations are inevitable. There is no way to stop them. The pressure of secrecy has reached its maximum, and it seems the proverbial dam has reached its breaking point.

The question is whether or not the trials against the Muslim rape suspects were placed under such strict secrecy solely for the purpose of preventing interference with the court proceedings. Was maintaining integrity of this trial the only reason behind the secrecy and the eventual arrest of Robinson, as stated by law enforcement, or did police have ulterior motives?

What is extremely interesting about this situation is that the South Yorkshire police and judicial system demonstrate far more interest in protecting criminals in this case than protecting the actual victims of the crimes. This trend appears to be common within the present state of the world. Those who expose crimes are punished for doing so while the criminals behind these scandals are able to walk a red carpet of protection and privilege with no worry about actual accountability. And this appears to be happening in numerous cases both within the U.K. and in the U.S.

It is easy to see why Tommy Robinson along with hundreds of other citizens are fed up with the apathy of allegedly crooked police precincts and legally immune gang rapists.

Next, we examine a discussion about additional facts of these trials taking place in South Yorkshire.

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Source: Daily Mail

Published: March 26, 2015

By: Chris Pleasance

42 Rotherham Police Officers are Being Investigated in Child Sex Abuse Scandal Probe as IPCC Reveals it Has Received More than 100 Allegations

  • Independent Police Complaints Commission was investigating ten officers
  • Probe has now been expanded after 30 new complaints were received
  • Complaints contain 100 allegations against 42 named police officers
  • Came in wake of Jay Report that described routine abuse of 1,400 children 

A probe into how police handled child sexual exploitation in Rotherham is looking into allegations against 42 officers after complaints were sent to the force watchdog.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) was already examining allegations against ten officers involved in the investigation into one of the country's most prolific child abuse rings.

But today the commission said it had received 30 new complaints containing 100 allegations about 42 officers involved in the Rotherham investigation.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is examining 100 allegations made against 42 officers from South Yorkshire Police who investigated child sex abuse in Rotherham (file image)

The complaints came in the wake of the Jay Report, which described how 1,400 children, mainly girls, were routinely raped, trafficked and groomed in South Yorkshire between 1997 and 2013

It said in a statement: 'The complaints contain more than 100 allegations against 42 named police officers, both retired and serving, as well as a number of allegations against officers whose identities are currently unknown.'

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The complaints followed on from the Jay Report, which described how at least 1,400 children were raped, trafficked and groomed in the South Yorkshire town between 1997 and 2013.

The IPCC statement said: 'Work to establish the identity of the unknown officers and to identify any links between the different complaints and incidents is ongoing.

'The allegations range from neglect of duty by failing to adequately investigate on the basis of intelligence or to deal with incidents appropriately, inappropriate comments and suggestions of corrupt relationships between police officers and offenders.'

The commission said it was also investigating an allegation that South Yorkshire Police failed to act on information passed to them in 2004 and 2006 about alleged child abuse in nearby Sheffield.

This complaint relates to two named police officers who are now retired from the police service, the IPCC said.

The Jay Report, published in August last year, sparked furious debate about the tragic crimes which took place in Rotherham, and how the perpetrators went unchallenged for so long.

The Jay report found that the abuse went unchallenged as police and council chiefs were afraid of being labelled racist, as the perpetrators were largely gangs of Asian men

Professor Alexis Jay, who wrote the report, described how hundreds of vulnerable teenagers, mainly girls, were routinely exploited by gangs of mainly Asian men with impunity.

Police and senior council officers were accused of failing to tackle the problem for fear of being seen as racist, and of ignoring or doubting the victim's accounts.

A wave of high profile resignations followed and the National Crime Agency was brought in to investigate the crimes and how they were handled.

The Jay Report was followed by another report by Louise Casey, which was scathing in its criticism of Rotherham Council and led to the replacement of the local authority's ruling cabinet with commissioners appointed by Communities Secretary Eric Pickles.

Read more at:

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South Yorkshire has a history of police corruption, and the evidence is clear. Time after time, this precinct has been called out for abuse of power, brutality, and even manslaughter. In fact, there have been multiple past calls to have this notorious police department disbanded entirely. Yet it still remains, and by comparison, the antics of these officers rival those of the allegedly corrupt police of Obama-era America.

According to mainstream sources, the root issue of the latest scandal of the South Yorkshire Police Department surrounds the desire of police to protect their reputations. If this is the actual issue, it seems to have been lost in the superficial drama of the MSM. Not to mention the fact that this supposed issue appears to be costing thousands of innocent girls their safety and security. Could police actually be more concerned with political correctness than they are with protecting children?

According to the report, the crimes of gang rape were going on since 1997 and earlier. During this time, instead of doing their jobs, police were allegedly protecting criminals and allowing them to rape as they pleased specifically because the police were afraid of being labeled racist. (To restate, the perpetrators were all of Middle Eastern descent, and this was intimidating to offers, according to reports.) Upon hearing this, we might all be wondering when exactly police made the decision to place political correctness and their own personal image at a higher priority than their actual competent duty.

When it comes down to it, this seems to be at the root of this situation—"law enforcement" that refuses to enforce law. Or is there more to it?
It does not strike me as likely that these police officers would risk so much for the sake of keeping their reputations. (That sounds like a half-truth, in my opinion.) It seems much more likely that these officers were not only protecting child rapists, but that they intended to protect themselves from facing prosecution for their own alleged crimes of pedophilia. If the above story is true and the dozens of officers are, in fact, guilty of these crimes, this opens up a whole new issue for the case.

We might also be wondering whether or not there is some higher authority above the questionable officials involved. Perhaps there are interests that are pulling strings for the purpose of maintaining the volatile situation of gang rape. If any officers or judges are corrupt, we might keep in mind that such corruption typically relies upon a steady flow of cash from a higher source.

If this is the case, and some group of wealthy elitists is behind these instances of child trafficking, could these same elitists be responsible for the massive flow of immigrants into the U.K. as well? In such a case, the police would understandably be nervous about opposing the alleged elitist plan to transplant the Middle East into Europe and the West. To add, if the above scenario were true, this situation would be in direct correlation with the global pedophilia and human trafficking epidemic known as Pedogate.

According to authorities, police as well as gangs of immigrants have been implicated and accused in these crimes of rape, pedophilia, and the respective cover-ups that followed. However, it has only been the immigrants who have been tried to any notable degree. Yet even still, thus far, these gang rapists have only received a slap on the wrist and this raises the question of whether or not something much darker is going on between these gangs, the police, and the judicial system of South Yorkshire, U.K.
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