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This information originally comes from an email sent to me early this morning by my friend, Kerry, who used to live in London but now lives a bit further north of there.  According to him there was a "huge" incident in London  where "thousands of people stormed the gates of 10 Downing Street to free Tommy Robinson" (however, according to Kerry, the numbers of people were more like "tens of thousands").  I didn't see his email until just recently and I went  looking for the story reported by all the usual reliable news outlets (you know Fox, Breitbart, Activist post, Global research etc.) but found nothing, a little research soon told me why:

http://www.invexnews.com/item-355822-1984-uk-gov-force-breitbart-to-delete-to

The UK government has gone into full 1984 mode, forcing news outlets such as Breitbart and Russia Today to delete all stories covering the unlawful arrest and imprisonment of Tommy Robinson on Friday.
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Everything I did find, linked back to "Alex Jones", so I thought, seeing as other sources at least confirm that there is "something" here, I may as well post the "Alex Jones" article, so:

https://www.infowars.com/revolution-uk-thousands-storm-10-downing-street-climb-gates-to-free-tommy-robinson/

British patriots are pushing back against their governmentís decision to jail activist Tommy Robinson for simply demonstrating and reporting on a Muslim sex abuse trial.

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I don't hold out much hope for success from the British people though, they've turned into a wimpy lot.

And here's a video on it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2qjvZ-VucE
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Currently big on Gab, and Twitter. The British police should have remembered the Streisand Effect before arresting Tommy Robinson. Before the arrest, he was one guy, standing in the street, streaming video to a small number of followers. After the arrest, he and his story are known around the world.
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The government of the UK thinks that disappearing one guy is the answer to letting terrorist take over their country. Like Bill stated, the more they hide it , the more it is visible. Prayer go to Tommy and his family.
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https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12378/tommy-robinson-injustice some background (via instapundit)

clarence

Yep. Another sign of the times.
Recently a state-wide assembly of judges met here in Montana and to entertain that conference the FBI showed up to explain to the judges of Montana  how the FBI is monitoring the "sovereign citizen movement", to protect the courts and judges from those "anti-government" misfits.
It appears that not enough people took time to read Claire's book, "The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook". 
https://www.amazon.com/Freedom-Outlaws-Handbook-Things-Revolution/dp/1581605781/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1527621224&sr=8-1&keywords=Claire+Wolf%2C+The+Freedom+Outlaw%27s+Handbook

Looks like we're going to see 1984 on steroids (we're already seeing it, eh?).  The activities of independent journalists could fall into the category of "The Agitator", as far as the System is concerned. Mind control is much bigger than anyone might guess.  Freedom, what little of it is left, is disappearing noticeably day by day. Because of my habit of filming interviews with ernie-wayne: ter Telgte here in Montana, and because ernie has gained intense notoriety among the enforcement arms of the System, I, and TMM generally, are for sure up toward the top of the FBI's list of activists to monitor here in Montana.

Once any government gets large enough, it turns to this sort of tyranny.  I'm glad the cops did not shoot Tommy Robinson, which, had they done so, they would have got away with, as they're protected by the system they protect. Sheesh!

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I'm glad the cops did not shoot Tommy Robinson, which, had they done so, they would have got away with, as they're protected by the system they protect. Sheesh!

They probably would have been protected, but it's likely that none of the cops who arrested him were even carrying firearms. Most police in England do not, according to Wikipedia, though I remember reading of proposals to change that, due to changing conditions there, which, of course, nobody in power will mention.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_use_of_firearms_in_the_United_Kingdom
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I'm glad the cops did not shoot Tommy Robinson, which, had they done so, they would have got away with, as they're protected by the system they protect. Sheesh!

They probably would have been protected, but it's likely that none of the cops who arrested him were even carrying firearms. Most police in England do not, according to Wikipedia, though I remember reading of proposals to change that, due to changing conditions there, which, of course, nobody in power will mention.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_use_of_firearms_in_the_United_Kingdom

Well, Bill, yes, the Brits did not carry firearms in the past, but I think that they do now, or some of them do. Everything changed as the EU control-freaks pushed a bit more progress on the English-speaking world. ;)



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This whole thing is utterly unbelievable.  My initial reaction was to think - something along the lines of - "I'm not overly horrified like maybe I should be, UK reacting this way to someone trying to warn them that what they are doing will only lead to the  loss of their country is very unsurprising" but I have to admit that I really am very, very concerned.  The American legal system is based on the legal system of UK, but America has the constitution  and the 6th amendment to (at least in theory) stand in the way of an American citizen being "disappeared" in America.  However, in NZ, whether we like it or not, our entire legal system is not only based on that of UK, it is actually controlled by UK.  The police here swear allegiance to the UK monarch, or its "representative" in NZ - parliament, NOT the people of NZ.  It seems to be more than theory that the NZ police exist, not to protect the people in NZ, but to keep parliament safe from the people (I could even liken it to the Praetorian Guard in ancient Rome), so if someone in UK is vulnerable to being "disappeared" for political reasons, then NO ONE AT ALL, IN ANY COUNTRY is safe from their own gov't.

And all this 800 YEARS AFTER THE MAGNA CARTA.

However, my biggest concern is how easily the media throughout the world bowed to the "gag order" (can't remember what it is actually called) by the judge, Geoffrey Marson.  OK, it is almost - almost, not quite, but almost - understandable that journalists in the UK would be afraid of being "disappeared", or prosecuted, themselves for writing and publishing a story about Tommy Robinson's kidnapping by police, and so not doing it, but surely that doesn't apply to journalists working outside UK, in America for instance.  The first place I went to for news on this was Breitbart and all they had was a somewhat facetious page saying nothing at all, but making it rather obvious what it all about, with the word "redacted" in every line and "redacted" in place of every second word in the headline.

According to the email I got, it was a huge story, 1000s of people climbing the gates outside 10 downing St (when I finally found the video I kept waiting for them to breach the gates but the typical reserved manner of the Brits prevailed, it seems they never seriously attempted to enter the building and it looked like any climbing of gates was climbing "on" the gates, not "over" the gates), a man kidnapped off a UK street by gov't lackeys and thrown in prison without trial or even being given the chance to tell anyone where he was.  Then the news media throughout the world simply ignoring it, preferring instead to bow down before judge Marson of the UK.  What are they gonna do?  Throw Sean Hannity in prison next time he happens to be in UK?  Even if he's gone there on holiday?  I know that most American news outlets have UK or European "offices", but this news could be put out by (maybe) the American part of their organisation.

I am not talking about CNN, or NBC etc. (you know the "fake news" outlets?) Cos they WANT to heavily slant everything to the "left".

Is there something obvious that I have just missed?  Am I really simple after all?  Or is this a legitimate question?  If I am right, the western world is even deeper in the manure than I previously thought.
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Hey Ms Mouse, sounds like you need to take a visit to Wyoming, for a look see at how America should be.

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mouse,
Methinketh that thee be truly correct in thy perception.

It is a matter of the Gov-God's intense desire to dominate, control, and be undisputed master over every naturally-born human on planet earth.

G. Edward Griffin emailed a request to me. Said he wanted to include in his Red Pill University a film segment in which the History Channel interviewed me several years ago. I would like to ask you to view this video to see, notably, my opening comment, and, toward the end, my explanation about why the Founders did not require that all American citizens swear an Oath to the Constitution.

https://youtu.be/CCMQB0SImmA

Thanks mouse,
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And it continues.  Could the question of "will Tommy Robinson's murder be the catalyst for 'lamp post day' at least in UK" be answered soon?  He is sure paying a huge price for the world to find out.

https://rebrn.com/re/report-uk-activist-tommy-robinson-moved-to-maximum-security-pris-4717282/

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When it happens, the PTB will not report it until much later, then it will be :police: move along, nothing to see here.

it will take more than one man dying.
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mouse,
Methinketh that thee be truly correct in thy perception.

It is a matter of the Gov-God's intense desire to dominate, control, and be undisputed master over every naturally-born human on planet earth.

G. Edward Griffin emailed a request to me. Said he wanted to include in his Red Pill University a film segment in which the History Channel interviewed me several years ago. I would like to ask you to view this video to see, notably, my opening comment, and, toward the end, my explanation about why the Founders did not require that all American citizens swear an Oath to the Constitution.

https://youtu.be/CCMQB0SImmA

Thanks mouse,
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First off, sorry Elias, I've been busy lately and only just got around to seeing the video.  It is not a matter of finding the time to watch a video but with one as important as this I wanted to view it when the kids are asleep and not likely to make noises so that I can't hear, or want attention (they all have the habit of coming up to me when I am in the middle of reading/watching something and demanding my immediate attention) and finding a time when someone else is not likely to suddenly walk in talking about something important to them, and I lose all concentration on what I am doing.

Anyway, it is so good to hear the words "question everything, question 'authority', question government departments".  I have been saying that for years and when I ever said it to my kids or my grandkids, adults associated with them would look at me as if to say "don't you dare pollute their minds with that rubbish statement".  I remember despairing about it in the 80s and thinking I was the only one in the world who didn't worship government.

I'm going off on a tangent again.  You didn't really ask for my opinion but when I heard the part about "America has never required its citizens to swear an oath to the constitution .... because people must always believe that they have the freedom of revolution", I thought "well if they did feel that they had to throw that government off (presumably because a (that) particular gov't was not following the 6th amendment or maybe the 4th amendment) then surely they will want to follow the constitution themselves, or at least support it, so it would have made no difference whether or not they have been required to swear an oath to that constitution".  The constitution is basically a good thing and I wouldn't like to see any movement to get rid of it.

However, having said that, I believe strongly that everyone (except of course a government employee who must swear an oath to (something) in order to do his job) should never be forced to swear an oath to anything (constitution, monarch, and definitely not their government), this is necessary to be a genuine "freeman".  A government employee should always swear an oath to uphold the constitution, or how do we know what he actually supports, he has in effect given up his individuality to become a "tool" for government, and in reality is no longer a "freeman" but a government slave.

I hope that is not too ambiguous.  I guess I've got a bit more thinking on the subject to do.
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For the most part, you are right Ms Mouse.

but any person, not born in the US, wants to be a USA citizen, must take a oath, to the USA and the constitution to be a USA citizen. 




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but any person, not born in the US, wants to be a USA citizen, must take a oath, to the USA and the constitution to be a USA citizen.

It is reasonable that a country should require an immigrant to take an oath of loyalty to their country's belief system so as not to deliberately admit people to the country who will undermine their society.  Probably not only reasonable but necessary.

However, for those born in the US, it could be assumed that they would not go against their own country anyway.  Questioning "authority" and "keeping the system in check" is a totally ddifferent thing, everyone has a duty to do that.
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