‘Tommy Robinson’ is one of those people who divides opinion wherever he goes…
“The Enemy Of The State” is a powerful and thought-provoking personal account of his journey and battles against the agenda driven British police, who have maliciously set out to suppress Tommy’s freedom of speech at every available opportunity.
Tommy describes the early days of his life, growing up on the streets of Luton, a town which is now a hotbed of Islamic extremism. And goes into remarkable detail about his mistreatment by the authorities / media for simply standing up for British values and standing against an ideology that was tearing his town apart..
His story almost sounds like a work of fiction, but the sad reality upon learning about the experiences of Robinson throughout this book, is that there is a clear two tier policing system being enforced right across the country.
You can’t help but feel Tommy Robinson has been stitched up, and despite the mainstream media reports of him being a fascist, racist, who hates all brown people. This could not be further from the truth. In fact, the more I read, the more I felt utterly outraged at the abuse of power he is being subjected to…
It is not often that Tommy Robinson has had an opportunity to fully explain himself. Whenever he is invited to talk to the media about his opinions, he is generally shouted down and branded a racist (not that being Muslim is a race) before a sensible debate can be had. “The Enemy Of The State” is the perfect opportunity for anyone to listen to his story without interruption, and understand the decisions that he felt he simply had to take.
Tommy Robinson’s journey into setting up the EDL began when he became furious that a parade through his home town of Luton, by British Soldiers, was hijacked by a group of Islamic extremists who began spitting and shouting abuse towards them.
It’s hard not to argue with Tommy Robinson’s position, and that day marked the beginning of a selfless mission to try and eradicate Islamic extremism from his hometown. Amazingly, Tommy was arrested on that day and the terrorist sympathizing Muslims were protected and assistant by the police to continue spouting vile abuse.
This is just one of many injustices Tommy Robinson faced and still faces today. Yet, despite all of the death threats, abuse and violent confrontations that has come as a result of Tommy Robinson’s opinion of Islam and Islamic extremism. He continues to try and educate the world as to the dangers of the Islamic ideology. For that alone, it’s hard not to respect him…
I have to admit, when I first heard about the EDL, I too fell for the mainstream medias narrative of drunken skin headed racists vandalizing shops, and beating up Asians. It was only until I began looking into what EDL stood for, and against — that you quickly begin to understand why they exist in the first place.
The EDL were nothing more than a symptom of the problem and not the problem in itself…
“The Enemy Of The State” talks about the systematic rape and abuse of non-Muslim children up and down the country, particularly in Rotherham. Robinson had been warning everyone that this was happening right in front of the eyes of the authorities for over a decade, and it was only due to pressure from Robinson and the EDL that it was ever fully investigated.
This is one of many shocking examples of political correctness, simply through fear of being branded a racist, that Robinson reveals in the book.
The more you read, the more outrageous the treatment of Tommy Robinson becomes, for example;
He was once thrown into a prison which was run by Islamic extremists under false charges, despite warning of the authorities of the dangers that he would be placed under. He was left no other choice but to defend himself and put himself into solitary confinement after hearing of a plot to disfigure him with boiled sugar.
The Police failed to investigate threats by Muslims who threatens to rape his wife and behead his children. Yet, found himself arrested on trumped up charges of potentially causing offense to Muslims from an anti-Islam tweet..
He was again arrested after being assaulted by a hard left protester at the charity walk he was doing for Help For Heroes….
Tommy makes it clear throughout the book that he is far from perfect. He openly admits to having alcohol and drug problems at certain points in his life and getting into the odd scuffle at a football match. But, you can’t help but feel that the image of Tommy Robinson in the media, is far from the reality…
This book is truly heartbreaking to read at times when you learn of what he has been through. But, even more heartbreaking to learn, is just what has happened to the complete destruction of his hometown and other working class towns in England as a direct result of the spread of Islam…
The most revealing part in all this, was on a personal level. I’m disappointed in myself knowing just how much I had fallen for the pantomime villain image the media portrayed of Tommy Robinson prior to understanding his position fully.
I urge you to forget everything you thought you knew about Tommy Robinson, read his book and hopefully reflect on your own preconceived ideas you may have had about him as well.
Ask yourself, “What you would you do if you were in that position…?” The answer may surprise you….