by Ashley

Another Un-Civil Case With HUGE Costs!

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Tommy Robinson is perhaps the most prosecuted man in the United Kingdom. He is persecuted because he dares to report the other side of the story. Tommy speaks truth to power and stands up for the forgotten men, women and children of our Nation.

Tommy is in court tomorow for a civil case of “defamation”, this litigation was brought by the Syrian boy Jamal, his family and of course their Islamic extremist apologist lawyer Mohammed Tasnime Akunjee.

Tasnime defended Lee Rigby’s killer Michael Adebolajo and shared a platform with extremists from CAGE, an organisation founded by Mozzam Begg. Tasnime has represented Shamima Begum’s family; he has tried to bring the ISIS bride back to Britain after she fled our country for ISIS-controlled Syria. Tasnime has also used Facebook to post cartoons mocking the death of murdered editor Stephane Charbonnier after the Charlie Hebdo Islamic terror attack in Paris.

This is the kind of “lawyer” Tommy is up against, the type of lawyer who sends far-left Antifa supporting scumbag Dick Coughlan to serve papers on him, withthe aid of a far-left group ironically named Resisting Hate.

Dick Coughlan made dispicable and disgusting threats to Tommy’s kids and wife. Dick said he was going to “mince” Tommy’s children.

The government, far-left organisations and lawyers with extremist sympathies know that if they cant keep Tommy in prison, they can break him financially with civil cases using lawfare. It is pretty clear where the new battle lines are being drawn,  Tommy needs your help and support to fight these battles.

If you can, please consider donating to Tommy’s legal fund.

Fighting the cause of the forgotten and oppressed British people is a worthy cause, and we can’t do that without your help.

Never, ever surrender!

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