Tommy Robinson; "working class hero" unlawfully imprisoned, now released


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It seems paypal are unhappy with the whole crowdfunding thing that allowed Tommy to win his very expensive appeal to the UK's Supreme Court. Releasing an innocent man from jail is not in accordance with paypals "acceptable use policy".

No doubt libtards will cheer this censorship move, while at the same time generally railing against the "meddling" of such private companies in politics and public affairs.

Paypal stops handling payments for Tommy Robinson - BBC News
 

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It seems paypal are unhappy with the whole crowdfunding thing that allowed Tommy to win his very expensive appeal to the UK's Supreme Court. Releasing an innocent man from jail is not in accordance with paypals "acceptable use policy".

No doubt libtards will cheer this censorship move, while at the same time generally railing against the "meddling" of such private companies in politics and public affairs.
This says Yaxley Lennon, is 'fascism'. When he recognises something as such, one may be sure he speaks from experience.

The PayPal definition of .... errr ... 'fascism':
Striking the necessary balance between upholding free expression and open dialogue and protecting principles of tolerance, diversity and respect for all people is a challenge that many companies are grappling with today.

We work hard to achieve the right balance and to ensure that our decisions are values-driven and not political.

We do not allow PayPal services to be used to promote hate, violence, or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.

We do not take decisions like these lightly, and we work hard to be rigorous and fair-minded when reviewing PayPal accounts.
My emphases (and even some difficult words of more than two-syllables).

By the way, how did Yaxley Lennon's extended session (doubtless pleading they ignore his past 'form') at the US Embassy end?
 

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our decisions are values-driven and not political.
What is the implication there, that politics and values are mutually incompatible?
Surely, Redfellow, a man of your intellect can see through this nonsense. Its a cynical attempt to manipulate and censor public opinion. If that isn't politics, I don't know what is.

What is your opinion of the crowdfunding of Tommys appeal process?
Do you now accept that he was unlawfully arrested and unlawfully imprisoned?
Do you accept that the pursuit of justice is a legitimate aim, and a good use of the crowdfunding technology?
 

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The word "values" is liked by paypal. Its an interesting word.
Can there really be such thing as "corporate values" other than the ultimate goal of a corporation, which is to make money?
We hear of "ethical investment" funds but their goal is to attract money from ethical investors, who are themselves humans with values.
Perhaps paypal's ultimate goal here is simply to recruit more subscribers.

Interesting video here touching on what the words "values" and "fascism" really mean.

[video=youtube;-xglNHPxpas]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xglNHPxpas[/video]
 

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This says Yaxley Lennon, is 'fascism'. When he recognises something as such, one may be sure he speaks from experience.

The PayPal definition of .... errr ... 'fascism':

My emphases (and even some difficult words of more than two-syllables).

By the way, how did Yaxley Lennon's extended session (doubtless pleading they ignore his past 'form') at the US Embassy end?
Whatever, you found him out, obviously anyone wearing beige trousers is a fascist! :redface:

That's probably why you NEVER wear them :roflmao:
 

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They're pulling out every trick in the book. When he said recently that there was a 300k surplus after his legal fees were paid and that he was using it to sue the Times, Sky, the Beeb etc they sh1t their pants and have now blocked his revenue stream. The morons (like Malcolm) are so stupid that they don't realise the more they try to "muzzle" him the stronger he gets.
 

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It's still amazing the Tony bliar types didn't silence Tommy permanently.
 

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It's still amazing the Tony bliar types didn't silence Tommy permanently.
You know part of me thinks (and I think Robinson has said this himself) that there are patriots in the establishment who are persecuting Tommy precisely to organise a push back against the criminality of said establishment. Because I often sit in awe at how they've managed to turn a nobody from a council estate in Luton into one of the biggest figures on the UK political/social scene.

There is just no way highly educated people could be so stupid as to keep making the same mistakes again and again and again and again...…………................................is there?
 

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Yaxley furiously trousering funds raised to pay legal expenses. This funds his extravagant lifestyle, his numerous luxury holidays, his massive house, top of the range clothing and cars.

All funded by mugs.

And if anyone doubts his main interest is in obtaining money they should look at how he accepted money from the Muslim Quilliam Foundation to break up the EDL.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/edl-chief-was-paid-by-anti-extremists-quilliam-6kkmbwxqq
 
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Yaxley furiously trousering funds raised to pay legal expenses.
Shows how the British Justice system (or any justice system for that matter) doesn't have much to do with justice. With no money you're canned but with money behind you you'll likely be okay. Thankfully the people are fighting back. Just shows what can be done when ordinary folk pull together.

This funds his extravagant lifestyle his numerous luxury holidays
Link?

his massive house
Link?

top of the range clothing
WTF?

Link?

All funded by mugs.
The people are rebelling and there's nowt you can do to stop it.

And if anyone doubts his main interest is in obtaining money they should look at how he accepted money from the Muslim Quilliam Foundation to break up the EDL.
Explained 100 times already in this thread and like your repeated claims he assaulted his wife, you're all bullsh1t. :smile:
 

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Not exactly news. They have always raised regiments from all over the world.
 

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Yourself, who equates being a Muslim to a dog with rabies.
My Sig is a quote from Sir Winston Churchill. He also had this to say:

"Individual Muslims may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyses the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force exists in the world."
 

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Member of the underclass struggles to read more than four sentences.

Mooslems owt!
Jaysus I'm being critiqued by one of the sites NPC posters, I feel like I have been subjected to an attempted savage attack by a dead sheep*.

I guess it makes a change from this particular poster repetitively creating posts consisting of the same copied and pasted one line talking points seemingly unable to engage in debate or of producing any independent thought or analysis.

*© Denis Healey
 
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