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Tommy Robinson: Fan or Not A Fan?

  • Fan

    Votes: 34 44.7%
  • Not A Fan

    Votes: 42 55.3%

  • Total voters
    76
May 17, 2013
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Guy is bang on, France is at war with Islam, the uk its simmering under the surface as yet more rape loving hate filled mudslimes are arrested. The sooner the dam breaks the better, hopefully a full on European civil war. Line up liberal week leaders against the nearest wall and shoot them all. Same goes for any one who supports mass immigration into western scared lands.........
 
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May 26, 2018
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Guy is bang on, France is at war with Islam, the uk its simmering under the surface as yet more rape loving hate filled mudslimes are arrested. The sooner the dam breaks the better, hopefully a full on European civil war. Line up liberal week leaders against the nearest wall and shoot them all. Same goes for any one who supports mass immigration into western scared lands.........
 
Apr 19, 2014
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"Convicted of Journalism" LOL surrounded by guys who give nazi saluts in one hand, and hold Israeli flags aloft with the other, yes, truely a victim of trying to spread the truth
 
Apr 19, 2014
7,798
2,924
Guy is bang on, France is at war with Islam, the uk its simmering under the surface as yet more rape loving hate filled mudslimes are arrested. The sooner the dam breaks the better, hopefully a full on European civil war. Line up liberal week leaders against the nearest wall and shoot them all. Same goes for any one who supports mass immigration into western scared lands.........

But Britain sold 70 perent of its military arms deals to Saudi Arabia, who give them to isis, conductin a genocide in Yemen, and paying them to bomb targets in the west


stop...just stop with Tommy Robinson being some freedom loving western warrior, he's an egomaicle football thug, who has actually covered up for paedophiles in his own groups


I remember what Billy Hutchinsons (UVF member) dad told him about Ian Paisley "Stay away from the llikes of him, he will fight to the last drop of your own blood"

That's Tommy all over
 
Apr 19, 2014
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The dad of one of Tommys close friends in the EDL

"A leading member of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA), he was notorious for the use of torture in his killings, he was leader of the UDA East Belfast Brigade for several years at a time when the brigade was at its most active. He later fell out of favour with other high-ranking UDA figures and was killed by unidentified members of the organisation.

"A leading member of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA), he was notorious for the use of torture in his killings, he was leader of the UDA East Belfast Brigade for several years at a time when the brigade was at its most active. He later fell out of favour with other high-ranking UDA figures and was killed by unidentified members of the organisation.

A leading member of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA), he was notorious for the use of torture in his killings, he was leader of the UDA East Belfast Brigade for several years at a time when the brigade was at its most active. He later fell out of favour with other high-ranking UDA figures and was killed by unidentified members of the organisation.
 
Apr 19, 2014
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Following his death, an "Ulster Freedom Fighters" (UFF) statement described McCreery as an "enemy of Ulster" and accused him of being a leading figure within the illegal drugs trade.[14] No convictions were ever made for McCreery's killing although his relatives and supporters within the East Belfast UDA blamed Geordie Legge, another leading figure in the east of the city and a major internal rival of McCreery. In 1997 Leonard McCreery, Ned's brother, attacked Legge with a knife, inflicting grievous wounds on Legge. Despite clinically dying twice on his way to the hospital, Legge survived the attack and Leonard McCreery was sentenced to eleven years in prison for attempted murder.[15] Legge, who is described by Ian S. Wood as having served as brigadier of East Belfast, eventually fell foul of McCreery's ultimate successor Jim Gray and was violently killed in Gray's "Bunch of Grapes" pub in January 2001.[16] Gray was also believed to have issued the order to kill McCreery.[11]

Leonard McCreery's son Leon also became active in the UDA but in 1999 fled Belfast after being attacked by rivals from the group. In the course of the knife attack he sustained wounds that required 63 stitches and 17 staples.[15] Leon McCreery settled in Stockport where he would later come to prominence as the head steward for the far-right English Defence League.[15]

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