Tommy Robinson, one of the boldest anti-Islam advocates in Britain, tore into Islamapologists and leftists who interrupted an interview he was delivering to Rebel Media at the site of Wednesday’s jihadist attack in London.
Robinson was speaking with an equally impassioned Caolan Robertson about the day’s horrific events, of which Robinson has warned constantly for years, as the Islamization of Britain continues unchecked.
“This isn’t a shock to me – I don’t understand people who are surprised by this… we are at war,” he began. “We have over 3,000 Muslims who are monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, at the cost of nine billion pounds a year.”
“We’re following them, waiting for them to do this.”
“We have had 450 ISIS fighters [who have] been allowed to return to our country,” he continued. “They’ve gone and fought for ISIS; they’ve been in training camps; they’ve been beheading people; they’ve been raping people, and they’re walking the streets of our capital city – they’re living with us.”
Paul Joseph Watson
Critics of Islam like Pam Geller & Michael Savage are banned from the UK, but 3,000 jihadists are allowed to live here.
This is insane.
At this point, Robinson walked away in frustration, while the Rebel’s Robertson continued, as onlookers could be seen and heard smiling and laughing, which Robertson addressed with disgust.
“Is this really a time to laugh?” he asked one giggling woman. “There’s a f**king terrorist attack – it’s so shocking that you would laugh at something like this.”
“This country has been f**ked by people like this who thinks it’s hilarious [when] anybody criticizes Islam, and that they’re some ‘scummy, lower class racist.’”
“The people who speak out against this, are the ones who are trying to prevent it,” Robertson went on. “And every single one of you who think this is funny – the blood is on your f**king hands, for turning a blind eye to all of this.”
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=G54TKESUoLU&feature=youtu.be … Tommy Robinson Interview on Westminster Terror Attack. My 1st chance to give a calm response