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Friday, 22nd February 2019

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Elsa Schieder

Elsa Schieder PhD is a former professor of Humanities at John Abbott College in Canada. She blogs and conducts interviews, focussing on Western rights and freedoms.


On May 23, 2018, I did an interview with my friend, Tommy Robinson. He was feeling great, very appreciative of his ever-growing support. He was getting a hero’s welcome in many places. Neither of us has a clue what was coming: his arrest and imprisonment in just 2 days. The day was warm and sunny. So was the mood.

Re the interview: it’s a rare look at Tommy up close and personal – Tommy at 18, his views on people who say it’s too late, his thoughts on the future, his thinking on Muslims vs Islam.



Two days after the interview, the word went out: Tommy Robinson has been arrested again. This time, it is for (supposedly) disturbing the peace. He was going about his business of being a reporter - not on the side of those in power.

His arrest brings up thoughts of people like Gandhi and Mandela. Gandhi was arrested over and over. Mandela (a true danger to the state) spent 27 years in prison. Both spoke out against those in power, and both demanded change.

Tommy previously spent 22 weeks in solitary confinement - his choice, to increase his chances of staying alive while being held among violent Islamic offenders, including Islamic murderers. Not a good place to be, when you care about, and speak out about, indigenous British girls targeted by Islamic "grooming" gangs.

There are major differences between Gandhi, Mandela and Tommy. Gandhi was a lawyer - well educated. Mandela was the son of a tribal leader - a prince, one might say.

Tommy is working class. In fact, the mainstream media has smeared him for his class background, for instance as a football hooligan.

The largest difference is that Mandela was arrested for his involvement in major terrorism, with massive amounts of bomb-making material; and he never spoke out against this or against terrorism; instead he kept close to the ANC (the group he was tied to), despite the horrific murders done by ANC people in the name of the ANC. Gandhi was also initially involved in violent activities. (For more on Mandela and Gandhi, search out Stefan Molyneux' excellent videos on The Truth about Mandela, and The Truth about Gandhi.)

Unlike Mandela and Gandhi, from the beginning Tommy has always been for peaceful protest. 

"Of course you can be a mass murderer and a hero of the people Fidel; you just need the right  public relations team."

He has also always been openly and strongly against racism as well as homophobia - against discrimination against individuals.

His protest has always been against an ideology, Islamic ideology - because Islamic ideology, as expressed repeatedly in the Quran, is against Western human rights and freedoms. It upholds, for instance, violence against non-Islamic people (such as vulnerable indigenous British girls). He has also always been against behaviours that violate human rights - like the "grooming" of indigenous British girls by largely Islamic rape gangs, and against the inaction of the police, social workers and government officials who turned a blind eye for decades.

However, while there are differences between Mandela, Gandhi and Tommy, perhaps there is a huge connection. Perhaps we are seeing, once again, a major political leader in the making.

Tommy Robinson, a man with the courage to keep speaking out, and with an amazing capacity to lead.

Perhaps Tommy will be the next great leader of Great Britain.

A few key points on the arrest: he was ostensibly arrested for reporting information; but this was information already publicly available. He was reporting in the same location as other reporters who were not arrested. His solicitor was told he was being released, so did not show up to defend him. But Tommy was not released. Instead, within 5 hours, he was sentenced to 13 months in jail.

He was, by the way, disturbing the peace – the peace of those against Western human rights and freedoms, the peace of authorities who have, for decades, not protected rape victims against overwhelmingly Islamic “grooming” gangs.

Within a couple of days, well over half a million people worldwide have signed the petition asking for his release. Protests erupted worldwide - Australia, Canada, Israel, France, Germany, as well as Great Britain, of course. More are planned.

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Totally agree posters MUST stick to the topic at hand gets annoying trying to find the relevant comments Larry anyway of fixing this ????

His Honor Judge Geoffrey Marson QC, Leeds Crown Court, The Courthouse, 1 Oxford Row, Leeds LS1 2BG, ask that he reverse this decision against a just man Tommy Robinson.?

Mike. What a reasoned and insightful response.

I applogise for that. I couldn't help myself. That's not really me.

It is a good legitimate question. There must be a defined line and we should, morally accommodate for that.

Ad hominem. Seriously, when does a fertilized egg become a person?

‘burag2’ Not sure.

Are you? Or are you just one big wank?

Your call.

Is a blastocyst "someone"?


It’s not a matter who’s wrong, it’s a matter of consistency.

Number One Premise:



You can put tattoos on your body. YEP!
You can put a ring on you clitoris or penis. YEP!
You can longitudinally split your tongue into 2. YEP! … include ‘Yuk’, as well.
You can kill the living body of another person? YEP!

YEP? So it’s OK to kill another person’s body.

The only difference here, is that that other person isn’t in a position to dispute that right.

Let’s go back to Number One Premise.

“It’s no one’s business on what an individual does with their bodies.”

That premise no longer holds, does it?

We have to amend that premise.

Can you give a suggestion on how to amend that premise to make it consistent?


Maybe you missed this.

"The responsibility also lies with men."

A child cannot be conceived without the male contribution. However, if a child is born whose life, apart from child's is mostly changed? The sperm donor can walk but the mother can't and mostly doesn't. Men shouldn't tell women abortion is wrong.

I agree with you. What business do we have in any person’s body? The responsibility also lies with men.

In agreeing with you totally, can I ask what business do we have in terminating the living body of some poor soul within a woman’s womb?

Why is it your business what women do with their bodies? Instead of telling women what they should do, perhaps you should spend your time telling men what they should be doing with their bodies. Something like, perhaps, don't impregnant women who you don't see a future with. Is that reasonable? Man, if you don't want to father a child take care of your business.

Ehh , thank you .

At the risk of being repetitive, the people of NSW are being treated like sheep by the State Government. This is to do with the abortion exclusion zone law the breach of which results in a jail term, and has nothing to do with anyone’s views on abortion, it is a matter of legal principle. Abortion under the NSW Crimes Act carries ten years in jail, but following a minor District Court decision in 1971 in which the judge held:
“In my view it would be for the jury to decide whether there existed in the case of each woman any economic, social or medical ground or reason which in their view could constitute reasonable grounds upon which an accused could honestly and reasonably believe there would result a serious danger to her physical or mental health. It may be that an honest belief be held that the woman’s mental health was in serious danger at the very time she was interviewed by a doctor, or that her mental health, although not then in serious danger, could reasonably be expected to be seriously endangered at some time during the currency of pregnancy, if uninterrupted. In either case such a conscientious belief on reasonable grounds would have to be negatived before an offence under s 83 of the Act could be proved.”
abortion has been ignored totally. Note the reference to a jury, and as most abortions are for convenience only, the grounds would have to be adjudicated by a jury, and every abortion should be investigated.
Most are are either unaware of this or do not understand, including BillyB, stinky and Oliver. An abortion is a serious statutory crime, and Gladys and co have the effrontery to make trying to prevent a statutory crime carrying ten years in prison, an offence in itself. How do the cops know that a woman walking into an abortion mill for an abortion for convenience does not meet the above test. As the judge said it is for the jury to decide.

From the current NSW Crimes Act which is the section 83 referred to above.
83. Whosoever—
unlawfully administers to, or causes to be taken by, any woman,
whether with child or not, any drug or noxious thing; or unlawfully uses any instrument or other means,
with intent in any such case to procure her miscarriage, shall be liable to penal servitude for ten years.
If Gladys wants to ignore the law, she should have the section repealed by Parliament.
“stringybark Fri 8 Jun 2018 04:12:37 pm
It is perfectly legal for women to have abortions in NSW and hundreds do daily with no risk of legal involvement.”

“Billy B Fri 8 Jun 2018 04:43:06 pm
Flysa, you are wrong it is up to the police to investigate every abortion and prosecute if the abortion was just for inconvenience,
What a strange world you have constructed inside your head
Do police need to investigate every car journey to see if a law was broken?
Get real banana peel.

Flysa Fri 8 Jun 2018 04:56:07 pm
No Billy a car journey is not a crime but an abortion is.”

Catch and release? Hmmm
That's a worry.

Female police captain, who stopped deputies from storming Parkland high school during Nicholas Cruz's deadly rampage, will be removed from her position

Aboriginal children should be left with their families for "cultural" reasons . Even if they are being raped & have std's . Shorten (complete with hat) is in the NT pandering to sexual predators . He shows us every day that in no way should he ever become PM of Australia .