Category: EDL News Published on Monday, 19 November 2012 22:01 Written by Ignominius Hits: 3208
Mark Saturday the 24th of November in your diaries. It’s a special day. It’s a day when all around Europe people will be congregating at British embassies and consulates to protest at Tommy Robinson’s politically motivated imprisonment. The EDL will be marking that day with a static protest outside Wandsworth Prison.
Here is the address of Wandsworth prison:
We want to make it a big event, we want the authorities to sit up and take note. We want them to know that we know that Tommy’s arrest and remand is motivated not by a desire to uphold the law but for political reasons. It has nothing to do with law enforcement but trying to stomp on the freedoms and rights of all free-born Britons. How else would a man who is a clear threat to each and everyone us, who hates us with every fibre of his body walk free whilst a man who is a patriot rots in a cold, damp dungeon. Abu Qatada should be in that prison, not our Tommy!
Tommy has travelled the length and breadth of the land in support of the various EDL divisions and their protests. He has defied the authorities to attend demos such as Tower Hamlets when he was under restrictions. He has unswervingly shown his support to the divisions and has stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the members of the EDL; we think he deserves the same support from all divisions, all divisions from the north to the south, from the east to the west. We must all turn out to show Tommy our support. He needs to know that his immoral detention is not in vain or going unrecognised by the membership.
We all need to be there to let the authorities know that the EDL is alive, well and kicking and enjoys the support of thousands of people across Europe and in America and Canada as they protest on the very same day. Don’t let Britain down, don’t let Tommy down. Be there to shout your support, shout out ‘Bail for Tommy, Jail for Qatada’, ‘Bail for Tommy, Jail for Qatada!’
Also remember it will be Tommy’s birthday, so imagine it if 3 or 4,000 voices were to be heard echoing around that old prison. Imagine the faces of the prison authorities as the flags and voices of the EDL are raised up high!
Be there for Saturday 24th of November, join the thousands across Europe who are preparing to make history. Be part of the day when you can say with pride..I was there! when your children ask ‘What did you do daddy/mummy when Tommy was in Jail?’
Remember, the address is:
**The demonstration will take place from 1pm**