Wednesday, June 21, 2017



Former EDL leader Tommy Robinson condemned over Finsbury Park mosque comments

They seem moderate, factual and reasonable to me.  But I guess that associating a mosque with terrorism is unmentionable

Former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson has been criticised on social media after accusing the Finsbury Park mosque of “creating terrorists” following the terror attack.

One man has died and 10 others were injured when a van was rammed into worshippers near the north London mosque, before the driver is said to have screamed: "I'm going to kill all Muslims".

The 34-year-old Robinson tweeted an hour after the attack, claiming that the mosque has a “long history” of “promoting hate and segregation”.

“The mosque where the attack happened tonight has a long history of creating terrorists & radical jihadists & promoting hate & segregation,” he posted.

“I’m not justifying it, I've said many times if government or police don't sort these centres of hate they will create monsters as seen tonight.

“I genuinely hope the innocent people targeted tonight outside the mosque are ok.”

Mr Robinson was accused by many Twitter users of “inciting hatred” with his comments and attempting to “justify” the attack.

Andy Hearn tweeted: "If you spread hatred you are directly responsible for hatred spreading. So yes Tommy Robinson and his supporters are part of the problem."

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now the insurgents are free to claim revenge for one single hate crime, not an act of terrorism, but a hate crime. Someone who was so pissed off that the authorities are impotent in the main to prevent terrorism in the name of Islam. He has been denounced by all and sundry but we don't hear the same thing when a radical Islamist does the same ting. When Islam is the perpetrator Western society is to blame. When some ultra right nut job does it Western society is to blame. You can't have it both ways. You built ghettos where there was no incentive to integrate. You allow them to block streets for their prayers, which surprises me that no truck has run them down before. The UK has bent over backwards to accommodate a religion that will not accommodate them. The UK is now a lost cause.

Use the Name, Luke said...

Andy Hearn tweeted: "If you spread hatred you are directly responsible for hatred spreading. So yes Tommy Robinson and his supporters are part of the problem."

And where is Mr. Hearn's tweet against the explicit teachings of hate done by that mosque?

It's far too typical of the left to ignore the mountain as they're pointing at the molehill. Or the log as they're straining at the speck.