Tommy Robinson stars in major new free speech movie

by Avi Yemini

Tommy Robinson features in a major new documentary about free speech, censorship and social media. Starring alongside him are featuring some of the most popular voices in conservative and alternative media, You Can’t Watch This explores the effects of social media censorship on our personal and professional lives and its implications for Free Speech in America and the UK.

In his last ever interview before his Facebook ban, Tommy Robinson reveals the real threat now facing him and his family.

“Is it safe? No it’s not” Tommy explains “Is it save from the government? No it’s not. It’s not just a Jihadi terror threat. It’s what the establishment are going to do.”

“As I sit here now, what are they working on? What are they planning in order to silence me?”

Tommy has been attacked recently not just by the mainstream media, but on the streets during his election run.

Alex Jones, the Founder of Infowars was “made the straw man so that once the public took the bait everyone else would fall”, Gavin McInnes, the co-founder of Vice “had to pay cop-buddies to sit in my front room with a gun all night”, Paul Joseph Watson, one of the most popular cultural commentators on Youtube “checks [his] account every morning before even turning on his phone” – just to “make sure its still there”. Laura Loomer describes how being banned from every platform and losing her income after her name was tarnished “makes you want to kill yourself”. Tommy Robinson describes the strange effect of being more “afraid of [his] own government than what some jihadi is going to do”.

George Llewelyn-John, Director of the film says “These are important stories from a varied and often opposing group of conservatives. Very few people will agree with all of them, but regardless of their beliefs these people have a right to be included on platforms that are becoming more and more the place we live our daily lives”.

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