Tommy Robinson was separated from his children and deported from Mexico for booking a family trip to Cancun. Tommy crossed the wrong people in the British political establishment.
“Tommy Robinson was filmed being detained by police at Manchester Airport just hours after he claimed he was deported from Mexico.
Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, featured in video footage which showed a heated confrontation with two police officers at the airport this afternoon who say they were believed he had ‘breached security’.
In a Telegram message to his followers shared later today, the 39-year-old accuses one Greater Manchester Police Officer of trying to ‘bait’ him into a reaction so they could ‘arrest him legitimately’.
It is not clear if Robinson was arrested but the series of videos shared on Telegram appear to suggest he was detained before witnesses confirmed police had the wrong person, apologised and let him go. …”
“Tommy Robinson has claimed he is being deported from Mexico for ‘national security reasons’ after he says he was arrested while on an Easter getaway with his family.
Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, has shared footage of him allegedly being arrested at Cancun Airport while on a half term holiday with his three children.
In clips shared to Telegram the 39-year-old films an interaction between himself and a man purported to be an immigration officer, while also showing off the ‘holding cell’ he is said to be held in.
‘I have been arrested, separated from my kids and now I’m being deported as a matter of national security’, he explains.
In an interaction with Cancun Airport staff, Robinson is told the information about his arrest is ‘confidential’ but has come directly from the capital, Mexico City.
After saying he is a journalist and pleading his case, he adds: ‘I’ve never broken a law here. All I do at home is talk about Islam’. …”
Mr. Bond has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for making music videos in Austria. He was identified and turned over to the authorities through his PayPal account.
“An Austrian far-right activist accused of posting neo-Nazi songs online, one of which was used by the perpetrator of an anti-Semitic attack in Germany in 2019, was on Thursday jailed for 10 years.
Prosecuted for glorifying Nazi ideology, “the defendant was found guilty,” Vienna court vice-president Christina Salzborn told AFP.
The court ruled that the 37-year-old man was “particularly dangerous”.
His younger brother, the administrator of an anti-Semitic website, was sentenced to four years in prison.
Both men can appeal.
The neo-Nazi rapper, who used the pseudonym “Mr. Bond”, was identified by investigators through his PayPal account PayPal. …”
Meanwhile in Slovakia, the leader of the People’s Party Our Slovakia has been convicted by the Slovak Supreme Court for handing out checks worth 1,488 euros to three families.
“BRATISLAVA, Slovakia — An appeals court in Slovakia on Tuesday dismissed a lower court ruling that convicted the leader of a far-right party for the illegal use of neo-Nazi symbols.
But the country’s Supreme Court still found Marian Kotleba guilty of sympathizing with neo-Nazism and gave him a six-month suspended sentence.
Kotleba, head of the far-right People’s Party Our Slovakia, stood trial after he presented three families with checks for 1,488 euros ($1,633) on March 14, 2017, on the anniversary of the Slovak wartime state’s establishment in 1939. …”
In Slovakia, you can be arrested and incarcerated for 25 years in prison for expressing support for Russia on social media.
Note: In case you haven’t noticed, there is nothing “liberal” or “democratic” about “Liberal Democracy.” The “Free World” isn’t free. Also, the true purpose of NATO was never to contain communism. You can also be severely punished in lots of countries for realizing this.