British Far Right Nationalists Claim Victory After Their Leader Is Invited on GMB TV show, Say Next Stop Is BBC

British far right nationalists are claiming victory after former EDL leader and ultra right nationalist Tommy Robinson appeared on Good Morning Britain just a day after a terrorist attack at Finsbury Park Mosque in London.

Brandishing a Quran on the TV show, he went on to claim that the Muslim Holy Book encourages violence and radicalisation and incites violence against “non believers” or those who are not Muslims.

Holding up the Koran, the far Right Nationalist said ,” This book is the reason we are in such a mess.”

Piers Morgan, the Good Morning Britain host immediately lashed out at Tommy Robinson calling him a  ” lunatic bigot and Islamaphobe.”

Many Britons were shocked and not happy to wake up and find a far right nationalist on their TV screens and many protested against the TV hosts for having such a guest make an appearance just a day after the terror attacks.

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Far Right Nationalists however claimed victory saying that Tommy Robinson’s movement is becoming too popular to ignore and even GMB was only lucky to have an interview with their leader due to his hectic schedule.

Quiz: Should Tommy Robinson be allowed to appear on Television especially with his extremist views? Yes or No?

 

 

 

7 comments

  1. This article is nonsense. And the interview was biased by an ignorant fool (Morgan) who nobody wants in the UK or USA.

  2. Big mistake of the British main stream media to give this horrid man a voice, I seriously thing this a deliberate ploy, this country is going further and further to the right.

  3. Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, a convicted criminal and known hate preacher, he decides to ignore the same things in the Bible to push his agenda.
    He clearly suffers from little man syndrome.
    Let’s look at his criminal history
    – 2003 assaulted a police officer who tried to stop him from battering his spouse (12 month in prison)
    – 24 August 2010 integral part of a brawl in which several people were injured, convicted of having used “threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour” on the night of the incident. He was given a 12-month community rehabilitation order and a three-year ban from attending football matches. He was also sentenced to 150 hours’ unpaid work, and ordered to pay £650 in costs.
    – 3 September 2011 arrested for breach of bail conditions
    – 29 September 2011, he was convicted of common assault after headbutting a fellow EDL member at a rally in Blackburn in April that year hee was given a 12-week jail term, suspended for 12 months
    – 8 November 2011, Robinson held a protest on the rooftop of the FIFA headquarters in Zürich against FIFA’s ruling that the England national football team could not wear a Remembrance poppy symbol on their shirts. For this he was fined £3,000 and jailed for three days
    – October 2012, Robinson was arrested and held on the charge of having entered the U.S. illegally. Robinson pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court to using someone else’s passport—”possession of a false identity document with improper intention”—to travel to the United States in September 2012, and was sentenced in January to 10 months imprisonment.
    – 28 November 2012, Robinson was charged with three counts of conspiracy to commit fraud by misrepresentation in relation to a mortgage application, facing trial with five other defendants. He pleaded guilty to two charges in November 2013, and on 23 January 2014 he was sentenced to 18 months in prison
    – June 2014 Robinson was released, after having served almost six months of his sentence. The terms of his early release included a condition preventing contact with the EDL until the end of his original sentence in June 2015. Robinson was due to talk to the Oxford Union in October 2014, but before the event he was recalled to prison, for breaching the terms of his licence; he was ultimately released on 14 November 2014
    – May 2017, he was arrested for contempt of court after he attempted to take video of the defendants in a child rape case outside Canterbury Crown Court

    This upstanding British citizen we are talking about? He’s a blight on the country

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