March 3, 2019
I have written to Google CEO @SundarPinchai calling on him, as a matter of urgency, to remove the YouTube page of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson. pic.twitter.com/3smqXuVr1u
— Tom Watson (@tom_watson) March 2, 2019
YouTube is Tommy Robinson’s last platform, after having been kicked off of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
And the British government is not at all happy that the Paki CEO of Google hasn’t personally acted to silence this soccer hooligan who believes it is wrong for the government to allow Moslem gangs to sex traffic underage white girls.
The deputy leader of the UK Labour party, Tom Watson, has called for Tommy Robinson to be banned from YouTube “as a matter of utmost urgency.”
Robinson was permanently removed from Facebook and Instagram this week after the silicon valley behemoth said the anti-immigration campaigner repeatedly breached its policies on hate speech.
Robinson had already been kicked off Twitter so the ban leaves YouTube as his last big online platform. The 36-year-old used his channel, which has around 333,000 followers, to decry the “censorship” he is suffering following the cancelation of his accounts.
Now Watson wants YouTube to turn its sights on Robinson. The video platform is owned by Google and in a letter to the company’s chief executive, Sundar Pichai, Watson described Robinson as a “violent, racist, islamophobic campaigner.”
“I am now writing to implore you as a matter of utmost urgency to follow the lead that has been, belatedly, set by Facebook, and remove forthwith all ‘Tommy Robinson’ and related pages from your YouTube platform,” he wrote.
Literally, Robinson’s main issue is that Moslem sex-gangs are bad. That has been his entire focus for years.
And the British government is framing this as “hatred for the color of the skin.”
Tommy Robinson is literally not even a racist, and is compulsively philosemitic.
But they have decided that it is no longer acceptable for the goyim to complain about their daughters being sex trafficked, and they’re shutting it all down.
To be fair, they also seem to be extremely upset about this documentary he made about the BBC.
You’d better watch that now, because his channel could go at any time.
One thing we know about these Jewish pressure campaigns is that they work 100% of the time.
But he is the exception that proves the rule.