The ‘room 101’ treatment of Tommy Robinson…

It is a very dark day for Great Britain. Tommy Robinson has just been released from prison, and that’s good news. The bad news is, as anyone can see in this interview given to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, that Robinson has apparently suffered from some kind of psychological damage or trauma as a consequence of his imprisonment. Will that damage be permanent? Nobody knows but the British government bears responsibility. During the interview, Robinson recalls that he was placed in solitary confinement in a prison with a large representation of Muslims and that those Muslims used to throw feces through his open window, among other things. He was arrested on very disputable grounds, his rights were not respected, due process was not followed, etc. The whole thing seemed like a kangaroo court-type of procedure. The look of horror on Tucker Carlson’s face while Robinson tells his story is worth the trip because it says it all. What country on Earth, supposedly a democratic one, would treat one of its citizens like that, especially a patriot who, beside a few minor things, does nothing wrong and is beyond reproach? Great Britain apparently.

But why, would you ask yourself. Let me provide my own explanation. Robinson was arrested simply because he was protesting in front of a court building where a specific case that interested him was held. Authorities used the pretext that he was already in the vicinity of a court building to bring him in, if you know what I mean, before a judge. Again why? Probably because they wanted to punish him for doing the unthinkable: speaking his mind, courageously, in public. In effect, he was the one who read the famous speech at Speaker’s Corner that Martin Sellner, in the company of Brittany Pettibone and Lauren Southern, was supposed to give there. You see, it has been a long time since Great Britain is no longer a democracy. Remember that both George Orwell’ 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World see their action taking place in Great Britain. It is not an accident. Also, the famous cult TV series The Prisoner, starring Patrick McGoohan, was a british production. These three artistic productions were trying to portray reality as it is, not the fantasy world that the media would like us to believe. And by the way, Canada is a former british colony (they took over from the French in 1760) and curiously, I have seen before these kind of tactics. I can recognize the modus operandi. They are used regularly here against individuals with a strong mind a strong personality, so I am not surprised. Business as usual in the British Empire.

However here, contrary to the life of relative comfort and abundance that Patrick McGoohan’s character enjoyed in The Prisoner, Tommy Robinson was given a treatment reminiscent more of the ‘room 101′ treatment in George Orwell’ 1984. In that novel, room 101 was the room where the prisoners were interrogated and tortured to break their will and their mind. And I think this whole episode with Tommy Robinson has to be considered like that. The powers that be in Great Britain are trying to break him psychologically, and to a certain degree, they seem to have succeeded at least partially and temporarily, judging by the non-verbal signals and language given in this interview. We have to denounce that vigorously because if we don’t, tomorrow, it could be anyone of us going down the same road. Yes, it is a dark for Great Britain. The least the government could do would be to apologize to him and drop charges. Will they do it? Don’t hold your breath…

Henrik Palmgren of Red Ice TV analyses the repression of the Identitarian Movement in Austria

Again, our good ‘democratic’ governments in the West are busy transforming into criminals or terrorists anybody who might look like a patriot or a nationalist. Henrik Palmgren of Red Ice TV analyses here the case of the leaders of the Identitarian Movement in Austria but you can find examples of that in your local community very easily. Never in the history of the West, at least since the era of the Roman Empire, our people had been subjected to such a virulent and violent repression. Our countries are under occupation. It should be obvious for everyone but it is not, unfortunately.

Right-wing activists barred from the UK: Analysis and interviews

Recently, Lauren Southern, Brittany Pettibone and Martin Sellner were barred from entering the UK. While Lauren Southern was stopped in Calais, France, Pettibone and Sellner were arrested and detained in Britain where they were expecting to deliver a speech at the famous Speakers Corner in London. Tommy Robinson, the well-known British patriot and nationalist decided, in reaction, to deliver himself a few days later the speech that Sellner was supposed to give there. So, in order, the analysis of the whole incident by Mark Collett on Red Ice TV, followed by interviews made by Robinson with the political activists after their ordeal. Finally, you can watch a short video of the event. Apparently, the three activists are planning to sue the UK, so it will be interesting to see what follows from this.