May 7, 2018
I told all of these Alt-Lite pussies that they were next.
Your ban is days away, Paul Joseph Watson, you cocksucker.
Anyway – incredible Tommy Robinson is able to get THOUSANDS to a rally over a Twitter ban. I guess that’s what happens when you efficiently commercialize your political dissidence.
Thousands marched through London under the banner of free speech on Sunday after Tommy Robinson, a former leader of the far-right English Defence League, was permanently banned from Twitter.
Protesters flying national flags and holding placards decrying limits to free expression rallied at Whitehall after marching through central London from Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park, a location seen as emblematic of free speech that has been the scene of several recent far-right rallies.
Robinson called for the demonstration last week in response to Twitter’s decision to ban him for “hateful conduct” after he posted a message saying: “Islam promotes killing people.”
That is for sure a legitimately nutty thing to get banned for.
Because it isn’t hate speech and no one would argue that it isn’t true – obviously, everyone is fully aware that Islam does indeed promote killing people.
The ban is because it is considered impolite to mention this particular fact, given that it is uncomfortable for everyone in modern society to deal with. This idea that we are flooding our countries will millions of people who at least ostensibly are entirely spiritually devoted to a religion that promotes killing us.
He and several prominent rightwing figures addressed the 2,000-3,000 attendees. Robinson told the crowd: “We couldn’t have done this three years ago, we couldn’t have done this four years ago. We are now mainstream.”
Other speakers included the leader of Ukip, Gerard Batten, the Vice magazine co-founder Gavin McInnes, the YouTube personality Sargon of Akkad, Anne Marie Waters of the political party For Britain and the former Breitbart senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos.
I’m a little bit shocked they let Akkad speak after all that stuff he said about Hitler being a good person and how all brown people make countries worse places to live, objectively.
It was great to see him lead a pogrom against the “saracen subhuman filth.”
Gavin McInnes also showed up to stick a Koran up his asshole…
I didn’t really appreciate that gesture anymore than the Moslems did tbh, but I guess that’s free speech.
But… it sucks for you all.
Because next they’re coming for your YouTube channels.
Then what do you have?
I am a genuine revolutionary, so people will seek me out wherever I am banished to. I already have the most popular site ever on Tor.
Is someone going to go on Tor to listen to Tommy Robinson talk about how we shouldn’t have Sharia Law in London? Or Sargon talk about… how blue haired feminists are annoying?
I don’t think so.
Maybe you should have taken a stand with me when I was banned, and it never would have gotten to this point, huh?
Live and learn.
See you on Tor, cocksuckers.