British political activist and journalist Tommy Robinson, has been banned for 7 days from Twitter. He received his ban after saying that 90% of grooming perpetrators are Muslim, Robinson reports.
In a Facebook video, Robinson says that this 7 day ban is the start of removing him completely from Twitter. According to him there’s a bigger plan behind it: “This is all part of a mass campaign to remove Tommy Robinson from social media”, he says.
Robinson thinks he has been banned “for telling the truth” and a quick look at the statistics shows he’s mostly right.
For example British-Pakistani organisation Quilliam found that “222 of 264, or 84 per cent, of people convicted of specific grooming-gang crimes in the UK since 2005 were Asian”.
While the media is using the term Asian, an overwhelming majority of the cases are not about Japanese or Chinese men. Asian in Britain’s media is a politically correct term for Pakistani Muslim men, a fact that a lot of massive grooming gang scandals have already showed.
For example Rotherham’s grooming scandal showed that at least 1,400 children were sexually exploited by predominantly by Pakistani Muslim men.
But also expert Peter McLaughlin, author of “Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal,” found that Muslims account for 90 percent of grooming gang convictions. This is a fact that all mainstream media are avoiding, but not Tommy Robinson as he’s focused on exposing the truth.
Robinson says he will build his own media outlet, to prepare for a potential ban on all social media. As an author of two books and an expert on Islam, this could become a very successful initiative: The truth has to be told, even when it’s uncomfortable or politically incorrect.
Find Tommy’s site here: http://tommyrobinson.online/
Credit: Voice Of Europe