TOMMY ROBINSON FEARS FOR HIS LIFE AFTER BEING MOVED TO HEAVILY MUSLIM-POPULATED PRISON | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

TOMMY ROBINSON FEARS FOR HIS LIFE AFTER BEING MOVED TO HEAVILY MUSLIM-POPULATED PRISON

Fears for the safety of Tommy Robinson are mounting after it was revealed that he has been moved to a heavily Muslim-populated prison in the United Kingdom and has already been on the receiving end of death threats.

Robinson was jailed last month for a “breach of the peace” while live streaming a trial involving a Muslim rape gang outside Leeds Crown Court.

He was initially held in a low security prison with a low Muslim population.

However, today it was revealed by Robinson’s manager Caolan Robertson that the activist has now been moved to another prison that has a large Muslim prison population.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Prime Minister May, and England's MI5 and MI6, a word, please.

Placing Robinson in an a prison environment, where he is likely to be assassinated, is a really, staggeringly idiotic move, because the last thing sensible, rational people in the British government want to have happen, is for him to become a martyr to a racist movement, which does have some valid cases in point which never should have happened, like the activities of the Muslim "grooming gangs", grooming children for sex, where the people accused of this did get convicted.

As a woman very happily married to a pan-racial man, and who conducts two English speaking choirs at a truly rainbow Christian faith community, filled with people of every ethnicity you could imagine, I believe that racism, for the sake, or racism, is just plain stupid.

That having been said, however, when immigrants come to this country (legally), I want to welcome them, and understand that they are allowed to engagage in whatever faith practices they hold dear; but the moment they tell me what I CANNOT do, in the name of THEIR faith and tradition, I will get hot under the collar, and get angry.

In my world, faith, any faith, should never be about coersion; it should be about how my understanding of God's love, causes me to respond in the real world.

I would never eat a bacon sandwich in front of either a devout Muslim, or a devout Orthodox Jew; that would simply be insensitive in the extreme; but the minute someone tells me that I cannot eat bacon in my own home, that is where I would dive for a copy of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and politely ask that person to read them, right there in front of me, to understand that they are not legally allowed to force me to not eat bacon in private.

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