Anime Right News (ARN) — Tommy Robinson has delivered banned indentitarian activist Martin Sellner's speech at Speaker's Corner at Hyde Park, London, in front of a crowd of thousands. Only a small handful of muslim and left-wing activists were present to try to disrupt the speech, but they ultimately failed.
Martin Sellner was recently arrested by the U.K. police for ‘inciting hatred and tension between local communities’ and was later deported along with Britanny Pettibone. And just a scant few days later Lauren Southern was also arrested and deported by the U.K. police.
This drastic and rather desperate crackdown on free speech is motivated by a desire by the U.K. establishment to ignore and downplay the recent muslim grooming scandal as over a thousand girls as young as 11 were beaten, raped and even killed over forty years in Telford, as authorities were paralyzed over fear of being labelled racist.
Theresa May and the U.K. establishment have been feeling the pressure following a massive international outcry over their abuse of freedom and liberty, that has seen their behaviour get more and more irrational, even lashing out at Russian president Vladimir Putin. And Sadiq Khan has even been in the United States pressuring technology companies to crackdown on free speech on social media even more.
I’m going to tell you something nobody has told you before. It’s the biggest, most obvious secret of our media our politicians and our powerholders: People of Britain, you are being replaced.
There has always been immigration in your history. People coming in, assimilating. But what’s happening today is different:
You are being replaced by massive Muslim immigration.
You see it everywhere: in London, in Manchester, but also already in the little countryside towns. A big replacement is going on.
And let me tell you: your politicians have no plan, no vision and no idea how to deal with the problems that come along. Problems like you have seen in Telford, Rotherham, and on Westminster Bridge.
All across Europe, there is a shadow hanging over our heads. The French are whispering about in the Metro, the Germans murmuring about it when they feel unwatched, Italians look left and right, and if nobody is listening they tell you: “I don’t feel at home anymore in my street. We are becoming foreigners in our own country.”
And again and again I hear: “We are not allowed to talk about it.”