The banning of Tommy Robinson from Facebook, Instagram (and one of his books on Amazon) came within 24 hours of his expose of the morally bankrupt BBC and their allies in the Mainstream Media (which is just about all of them).
Long before Tommy Robinson hit the scene I, and other associates, had been battling the BBC for many years over their indifference and misrepresentation of men and boys by the media in favour of Marxist feminist doctrine. Men’s rights advocates have consistently been labelled as right wing extremist types and misogynists. The Marxist element insists on breaking up groups into oppressors and oppressed. To them, and with few exceptions, men are oppressors and women the oppressed. This view has been held with cult-like intensity in spite of a mountain of evidence disproving the theory.
The BBC has done very little to diffuse this concept. In fact advocates who courageously stepped forward to argue the case that men suffered every bit as badly as women in domestic abuse and even worse in terms of the justice system, homelessness and education would find themselves outnumbered 3 to 1 on panel discussions and TV sofa chats.
Tommy Robinson came in from a different angle. He saw the Islamification of Britain by mass migration as a serious threat to British culture and to non-Muslim citizens. Again, the model of Marxist thinking rears its ugly head since the media has nurtured the view that Muslims are the oppressed class while white males, such as Tommy Robinson, are the oppressors. The British establishment determined that Tommy Robinson posed a serious threat to their domination of public institutions and the media and, just as importantly, people’s thoughts. He did so by revealing what lies and propaganda are used to deceive and mind control the British public. He had to be silenced and killed if necessary to shut him up.
On Saturday 23rd February, he turned the tables on them. He had been the target of a hit-piece documentary by BBC’s flagship program Panorama. In his documentary, Panodrama, he used plants and hidden cameras to expose just how corrupt, racist, devious and contemptuous the BBC are towards ordinary, working class people.
His efforts demonstrated just how ideologically driven the BBC and the MSM really are. They are not honest journalists objectively reporting the news as it happens. Instead, they are more akin to political activists. What his expose also revealed was that big media and tech corporations are working hand in hand with each other to control and direct propaganda in a deliberate attempt to misinform and silence wrongthink.
Interestingly enough, the book that was banned off of Amazon was Mohammed’s Koran which is a critical look at Muslim’s holy book. What is more, one of the main executioners in banning Tommy Robinson was Muslim activist, Mohammed Shafiq, who is in the pay of BBC but also was able to get immediate access to Facebook executives and get another person banned. Can anyone do this to anyone else? The action has revealed how much in bed the establishment is with each other and how little ordinary people mean to them (apart from taking their money).
Break their control over your mind! Most people are shackled like zombies to their lies and selective bias. Stop paying the licence fee and stop buying their crummy newspapers. Starve them of their funding just as they try to do to dissenters like Tommy Robinson. They fear us, but they are utterly ruthless and pathological. They have been shown to be physically dangerous. There is supposedly no death penalty in the UK, but the state will withdraw protection, especially from political prisoners, making undesirable vulnerable to violence in prison. They will encourage violence by zombified gangs on peaceful protesters. They carry out brutal police raids on those who say the wrong thing or think wrongly. Meanwhile they have ignored and covered up for the rape of children. It is time they were shut down and put out of business. They are not our friends, but our thought managers. While they have their power, there is no real freedom of speech.