A month into the 2023 Israel-Palestine war, the Zionists maintain control of the media but the anti-Zionists control the Internet and the streets. The Zionists have lost the sympathies of vast segments of the Left who are now turning the Jews’ anti-white indoctrination back on them. Their grip on the mainstream Right is likewise slipping as white people become more nationalist and isolationist. Massive pro-Palestine marches have taken place all over the world; one in London drew 100,000 people. With the wind at the pro-Palestine movement’s back, preparations are being made for an even bigger protest in London on November 11 — Armistice Day.
In the midst of all this, controlled opposition Right-wing figure Tommy Robinson, who is one of the few Zionists capable of getting a large number of people on the London streets on short notice, was reinstated on Twitter/X on November 5 after being banned in 2018. What timing! But wait, it gets better. The first thing Robinson does is call on his fans to go to London to counter-protest the November 11 pro-Palestine protest. One cannot help but sense the hand of the Zionists at work.
I’m hesitant to automatically say that anything that is convenient for the establishment is an op. Sometimes the establishment just gets a lucky break. Many years ago, there was a major Alt Right figure who was exposed by the media as having lied about serving in military in the Iraq War. There were many people coping by claiming that the media was making it up. “The Jewish media lies about everything!” While this is true, sometimes the establishment gets a lucky break and something falls in their lap. Dylann Roof was such a lucky break. Liberals had waited for decades for a white supremacist terrorist to come along, but all they ever got was Muslim after Muslim. Roof was a propaganda dream come true, as he fit all their stereotypes and flattered all their biases, but no one seriously believes that Dylann Roof was an agent just because he was convenient for the establishment. We get our lucky breaks as well. Elon Musk buying Twitter was a lucky break.
Tommy Robinson getting his Twitter back, especially now when conservatives are scrambling to keep the Right on the Zionist plantation, is quite convenient for the Zionists. But then again, a lot of people have been getting their suspended accounts back. I think there is a general assumption that Twitter has a blacklist of people who are never, ever getting their accounts back, and anyone who has not already must be on that list. Although I know of people who our /OurGuys/ who got their old accounts reinstated as recently as last week. Reinstatements are apparently still ongoing. After all, since there are now people such as Lucas Gage and Keith Woods who are going viral talking about the Talmud and Jewish involvement in white genocide, Tommy Robinson could argue that he is less inflammatory than some others who are active on Twitter.
The argument against Robinson’s reinstatement being a lucky break is the fact that Katie Hopkins, who some see as a female version of him, was unbanned at the same time. For those who don’t know, Katie Hopkins was a mainstream British TV and radio personality who was fired from the London Broadcasting Company after saying that Britain needed a “final solution” to the Muslim problem. She would later follow Robinson’s path of becoming a professional pro-Zionist Islamophobe.
That said, I feel the need to defend Katie Hopkins for a moment as I feel comparisons to Robinson are a bit unfair. I cut her some slack because she comes from the mainstream, and it’s possible that she hadn’t heard all the White Nationalist talking points concerning Zionism. On the other hand, Robinson comes from the world of fringe politics and has encountered enough British National Party types that I have no doubt he is aware of all the counter-arguments, but still chooses to be a Zionist shill.
Yes, Katie Hopkins is a Zionist who used to work for Rebel Media, but there have also been occasions where she touched on certain dangerous subjects that Robinson would never go anear. For example, after the 2019 Tree of Life synagogue shooting, Katie Hopkins suggested that it was a backlash against Jewish support for mass migration:
Elsewhere, Katie Hopkins has commented on Jewish ethnocentricism:
During the 2020 George Floyd riots, when there was a trend of white people kneeling before black people, Hopkins compared it to the indignities forced on Jews by the Nazis, adding that “the sands of time are moving fast against white people” — a veiled reference to white genocide.
I could definitely believe that the Zionists brought Tommy Robinson back to Twitter/X to rally the goyim, but Hopkins is a loose cannon with a history of going off the script. By the time she was banned in 2020, there were a lot of signs that she was starting to put the pieces together. The Zionists would therefore be taking a gamble by letting her loose again. Also noteworthy is the fact that Hopkins has not tweeted since her reinstatement aside from a single tweet thanking Elon Musk. If she was brought back to help wrangle the goyim back to Zionism, she has not been doing that thus far. Hopkins may have taken the red pill since we last saw her and is choosing to sit out the Israel-Palestine conflict.
Someone else who has definitely taken the red pill since being banned from Twitter is Jayda Fransen, formerly of Britain First and currently head of the British Freedom Party. American readers might remember Fransen from 2017, when President Donald Trump retweeted three of her inflammatory anti-Muslim tweets. Fransen was another professional Zionist Islamophobe, but since breaking with Paul Golding of Britain First, she teamed up with Nick Griffin and has rebranded herself as an anti-Zionist. Thus, Twitter/X is unbanning anti-Zionists as well as Zionists.
Bearing all of this in mind, is it that surprising that Tommy Robinson was unbanned? The timing is definitely suspicious, but it could still just be a lucky break for the establishment. Either way, Robinson’s planned counter-protest on Saturday is a disaster in the making, and could end up being the British Charlottesville.
I have nothing against the idea of people organizing pro-Palestine rallies, but to be fair, organizing one for Armistice Day is objectively in poor taste. The day is for remembering the 887,858 British people who lost their lives in the Great War, and the many more who were wounded. The First World War is to the British what the Holocaust is to Jews. More than twice as many British people died in the First World War as died in the second. Thus, even though I wish the pro-Palestine movement well, I understand why native British patriots might be offended by a large demonstration about foreign Muslims on a day that is dedicated to honoring the memory of their ancestors. If the pro-Palestine organizers had asked my opinion, I would have told them to choose another day for their protest.
Alas, the organizers did not ask my opinion, and the protest is going ahead whether we like it or not. The question is now what Tommy Robinson hopes to accomplish by staging a counter-protest. He is not going to debate the anti-Zionists, and even if he were, he would lose. If violence breaks out, the justice system will side with the immigrants against the natives, as they always do. The Zionist Occupation Government (ZOG) doesn’t do gratitude and will not go easy on them just because they are pro-ZOG. It would also give the media an excuse to shift the focus away from immigrants and back to their preferred topic of evil white racists, which they are much more comfortable talking about.
The best-case scenario is that nothing happens. It has been a while since Robinson staged a large-scale demonstration, and it’s unclear how many people he can still draw. How many of his supporters have defected to Patriotic Alternative and other movements since then? How many have lost faith in Robinson after all the scandals and exposes surrounding him? Maybe no one will show up. The replies to Robinson’s tweet announcing the event were mainly from users warning him that the event was an obvious trap.
Thus, violence breaking out at Tommy’s event is likely. Whether it is a little violence or a lot, we can’t say, but given the demonstration’s emotionally-charged nature, the large numbers of people who will be in attendance, and the law of averages, it is surely inevitable that someone is going to take a swing at someone else. All it will take is one good video of a Tommy supporter beating up a Muslim for the media to have a field day. It only took the death of a single person to turn Charlottesville into “the deadly Charlottesville rally.”
Robinson’s event being a disaster would get his name back in the headlines, and that is probably the whole point. Fortunately, on Elon-era Twitter/X Tommy Robinson has been getting bombarded with criticism from anti-Zionists who are wise to his tricks. Keith Woods tweeted a deep dive into Robinson’s financial bankers — spoiler: they are all Zionist Jews. At time of writing, the thread has been viewed by over 1.4 million people.
🇬🇧🇮🇱 Tommy Robinson was reinstated to X at a time when Zionists are trying to win support for Israel among the political right in the West.
Let’s take a look at who has funded Robinson in the past 👇🧵
— Keith Woods (@KeithWoodsYT) November 8, 2023
Keith apparently struck a nerve, as Robinson seethed about Keith’s thread in an interview with Kate Shemirani wherein he called Keith an “Irish clown”:
🚨🇮🇱 Tommy Robinson is fuming at this thread about him, which is approaching a million views.
Actually, the thread isn’t about the Mossad t-shirt Tommy, it’s about you being funded by hawkish Zionists who want Europeans to fight Israel’s wars. https://t.co/xoAoiG3LC9 pic.twitter.com/HQl3tOafXb
— Keith Woods (@KeithWoodsYT) November 8, 2023
Hopefully we are witnessing the closing of the Tommy Robinson chapter of the British Right. He’s a throwback to a different era, when the Alt Lite held court. But the difference between Robinson and most of the rest of the Alt Lite is that its stars have had to adapt and make concessions to White Nationalism in order to stay relevant. Laura Loomer spoke at American Renaissance, Alex Jones has been naming the Jew, Milo teamed up with Kanye West during his anti-Semitic phase, and Sargon has had to spice up his rhetoric. Alt Liters who have refused to adapt, such as Gavin McInnes, have faded from view and have had resort to publicity stunts — such as McInnes faking his own arrest by the feds — to remind the world that they exist. Now Tommy Robinson is back on Twitter/X, and he’s clearly going the Gavin McInnes route. He’s still using the same civic nationalist script the Alt Lite was using in 2016: “It’s not about race, it’s about an evil religion. I’ll take a black patriot over a white racist. There’s nothing wrong with immigration per se, just not from Muslim countries.” All the greatest hits. The world has moved on, and yet Tommy remains the same. I’m not sure that there is even an audience for Tommy’s 2016-style civic nationalism anymore.
I will keep my fingers crossed on Saturday that Tommy’s counter-protest does not turn into a fiasco. Hopefully it will merely be a bust and no one will show up. That would finally be the end of Tommy Robinson as a figurehead for the controlled opposition.
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