Gepubliceerd op 15 okt. 2018
Tommy Robinson: Help defend British soldiers from a political witch hunt
Last week the British Army started punishing soldiers for merely taking pictures with me. They are even discharging one young soldier, who we’re not naming — we’re calling him Soldier X.
Since then, dozens of other soldiers have stood by him, taking pictures with signs saying, “I Am Soldier X.” They usually publish those photos without identifying themselves.
Obviously, the Army is going to go after these brave soldiers.
We’ve retained legal counsel to help any soldiers who need it — you might remember Daniel Berke, the bright solicitor from Manchester who helped Chelsey Wright from Sunderland.
If you are a soldier who is being disciplined, or even discharged, for standing with me, or Soldier X, and if you need legal help, please send us an e-mail in strictest confidence — to firstname.lastname@example.org
So if you’re a soldier in trouble, we’ll try to help. E-mail email@example.com. And if you haven’t signed our petition yet, please go to StandWithOurLads.com
PS only for US/CA/UK/AU
Tommy Robinson recently stopped at a service station where four coaches full of British soldiers were taking a break. He said hello to the lads and some of them posed for “selfies” with Tommy.
Tommy called it an honour to stand with British troops and shake their hands, even just for a few moments.
But when the Muslim Council of the UK heard about this, they immediately demanded that the Army punish these soldiers — and to their shame, the Army did.
These lads had their cell phones seized and inspected for “illegal” photos of Tommy. And the Armed Forces’ official Islamic advisor, Asim Hafiz, condemned these men — before the investigation was even complete — telling reporters that “any form of racism, discrimination or extremism is taken extremely seriously and will be dealt with accordingly”.
What racism? What discrimination?
It was just a photo. These are proud British soldiers.
And now there are unconfirmed reports that at least one of these lads has been summarily discharged from the Army — just for standing next to Tommy and smiling.
That’s outrageous. That cannot stand.
These lads are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. The least we can do is stand up for their freedom, too.
Please sign this petition to Chief of the Defence Staff, Gen. Sir Nick Carter, telling him to call off his dogs!
Tommy Robinson and Katie Hopkins will both deliver the petition to Gen. Carter.
*This is a joint project of Tommy Robinson and The Rebel.
Tommy Robinson: Stop the political witch hunt against British troops
Gepubliceerd op 9 okt. 2018