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  1. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    What services would you like the "government" provide for convicted violent criminals? Should these services apply to all violent criminals? As Yaxley is daft enough to get caught so many times he obviously does not think prison is that bad.
  2. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    I would be worried if the Kremlin took an interest in me. Their Dispute Resolution procedure is very effective. I very much doubt if the secret services within the Kremlin are interested in the civil liberties of Yaxley. However Yaxley is a useful tool.
  3. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    Other countries? Are you confusing countries with regimes and organizations who for political and financial gain wish to undermine the UK. Yaxley and the Kremlin. Yaxley and the extreme right mainly in the USA. Yaxley and the Trumplet
  4. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    His convictions for violence predate his time in jail. Jail nor Government are not responsible for "... why he's violent." Even Yaxley does not claim that his 'abuser' outside the ground was a Government Agent.
  5. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    Yaxley- that great defender of free speach, says "A man should keep his opinions to himself and his mouth to himself."(Sun) Being called a "fascist" justifies a person to attack another from behind and knock them to the ground? Yaxley is a convicted violent criminal who is daft enough to be caught on camera still at it.
  6. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    Not difficult- keeps getting caught and convicted of violence, fraud and immigration offences.
  7. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    You cannot make a person stateless but he might have has got his Irish passport.
  8. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    Tommy Yaxley does not like English Law and so he does not have to hide behind it- he could still submit himself .
  9. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    That is why I said Yaxley should do the honourable thing and submit himself to English law. If the attack had occurred in the UK, he would have been questioned about the attack by know.
  10. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    Then Yaxley will do the honourable thing and submit himself to the law of England and Wales. After all he has plenty of Criminal Court experience and if he goes to Lancashire he will know that 2% of the jury will support him.
  11. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    What evidence have you seen and can share that supports the statement "...that there is more to that than is shown on the clip." Is he walking away from confrontation? Was he defending his gang from being physically assaulted by this individual? Or is this another oft repeated statement in the form of "I do not agree with Tommy Robinson but..." which appear all too often on here. You may condone the violent behaviour of of a man who is protecting his property, his friends or himself from assault. Why would you not condem a convicted violent criminal who is in a gang who assaults an individual from behind.
  12. Annie Bynnol

    TV licence, free for over 75s or means tested?

    The next four nights on BBC 1 at 10.35 are: Question Time, The Graham Norton Show, Billy Elliot and Women in Gold. "What a load of garbage!" you say and I agree with you but apparently millions disagree with us. Other channels are available.
  13. Annie Bynnol

    TV licence, free for over 75s or means tested?

    The existence of the BBC as a broadcaster has set the standard for all the free nations of the world. It's independence of Government and Capitalism `renders it vulnerable to attack by those who seek to control- left and right, and to profiteers. Murdoch and other media giants have spent millions on direct and indirect ways of 'discrediting' the BBC, with the TV licence as the easy target. If the BBC lost its funding through licence, it would also mean the end of ITV and Channel 4 in their format. Advertising would hemorrhage from them to the BBC. Most TV and Radio programmes are no longer made "in house" by the TV companies. Advertising would drive down the innovation and range of programming Britain is famous for, throwing thousands of skilled workers on the dole. At least lets be known for watching British drivel rather than American drivel.
  14. Annie Bynnol

    Tommy Robinson thread - All discussion here.

    What is his "race/age/socio economic demographic"? I imagine he has very little left in common with the demographic you claim gives him widespread support. Immigrant family background, aged 36, full time paid sponsorship puts him in the top half of the British pay league. Blaming the public for not bothering to support their view, brings up rather some chilling reminders of the last century.
  15. Annie Bynnol

    TV licence, free for over 75s or means tested?

    A 100 times less new content for 4 times more Zero hours of new British content for 4 times more sounds like a really good bargain. Where do I get the idea its just American TV shows, movies and documentaries? From the Netfix website that is trying to sell it to me of course. The current 30 hours of new programming for June shows not one, not two, but zero hours of new British content. Foreign language programming??? Totally agree that the BBC does not make high quality American TV shows, American movies and American documentaries- we should leave that "standard" to the Americans for who it is designed for. Americans love that fact there are no adverts on Netflix.
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