‘F*** Palestine’, ‘I am king of the Islam race’, Tommy Robinson declares in newly emerged video
The former English Defence League leader, who has a number of criminal convictions, including cocaine possession, boasted that he has been able to acquire drugs in every city he has visited, in a video obtained by the Sun newspaper.
Robinson claims: “No matter where I’ve gone in the world I score… I’ve gone to f***ing Qatar, to Doha, and scored gear on the sesh while they’re all praying. Everywhere mate, every city I’ve gone to.”Also on rt.com Syrian refugee schoolboy ‘waterboarded’ by bullies, to sue Facebook over Tommy Robinson claims
Robinson (real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) is seen delivering an avalanche of offensive remarks, which he insists was just part of “bantering” with friends of different races on a WhatsApp group – adding “I was absolutely steamboated, I don’t even remember.”
The string of video clips, allegedly filmed last month in Bologna, Italy by the 36-year-old, shows the far-right activist declaring with great joy: “I’m going to punch you in the head, kick you in the face, because I am the king of the whole Islam race.”
Robinson also claims to be a Zionist and insists that if there was a war between Israel and Palestine tomorrow, he would fight for Israel, adding: “F*** Palestine.”
He may need to brush up on his knowledge of Israeli leaders, as he is seen struggling to remember the name of the current prime minister of Israel – Benjamin Netanyahu.
“I had to ring Benjamin Netanf***ing blah… I can’t remember his name, and got my Zionist card out and said I am a Zionist and I bought us everything,” Robinson said.
The controversial political figure has previously visited the Middle Eastern country and has received funding from a pro-Israel think tank, the Middle East Forum (MEF), to help with his legal expenses in 2018.
Robinson was jailed in May 2018 for contempt of court for filming defendants in a child grooming trial, threatening to ruin the prosecution’s case against the men in the process.
Robinson’s 13-month sentence triggered a number of protests amid claims of harassment and abuse in prison. The conviction was later quashed on procedural grounds and the case has since been referred to the attorney general.
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