Monday, May 21, 2012

Tommy Robinson: Interview Subtitled in German

Vlad’s interview with Tommy has proved so popular that we may have to undertake a full Rosetta Stone operation for it. In the meantime, here it is with German subtitles.

Many thanks to Liz for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:


john in cheshire said...

I love him; Tommy is a wonderful exemplar of everything that is English.
My only question is, how can you think the English police are a force for good, when they keep persecuting you and your colleagues? The police are as much the enemy as are the UAF and all muslims.

Henrik R Clausen said...

John, we can't live with a corrupted police force. Here in Aarhus, Denmark, we had Tommy and his friends around for some street partying. British police was present, and pointed out a random Dane for of "Inciting hatred" - even though the British officers admittedly didn't understand a word of Danish. He was jailed for 14 days pending investigation, and might have lost his job over it.

Just because he went to participate in a demonstration he thought made sense, and suddenly found himself besieged by a couple hundred lefties and Muslims, no escape to his car possible. And then he threw one of the incoming bottles back at the attackers.

We need to expose such misuse of power and authority, in order that we can help the police back onto the moral high ground.

Pierre_Picaud said...

@john in cheshire

Tommy's is distinguishing between the sympathies of the police on the ground, and their commanders (who are invariably politically driven sociology graduates) further up the police chain of command, who order the ordinary police to break heads and harass when the ordinary copper would rather not.

Nick said...

Good point; if many of the officers within the Brit police are graduates of universities in the UK then they'll have had to accepted certain precepts and show that they were willing to implement then in the correct way before they were allowed to graduate and then join the force & fast track their way up the chain of command.

Are they going to turn themselves inside out now & discover a passion for the truth, at the expense of their careers? Hardly. They have wives, children and mortage payments to make.

They know which side their bread is buttered on; the chances of high level police officers putting what is right before what serves their career is non-existent.