British journalist Tommy Robinson banned from Sharia-compliant Facebook, Instagram
British independent journalist and anti-Islamization activist Tommy Robinson has been permanently banned from Facebook and Instagram for ‘repeatedly breaking policies on hate speech’, according to the Sharia-compliant platforms.
The attempt to silence Robinson came just a day after he exposed the BBC’s dangerous, far-left bias in a documentary.
Tommy Robinson has revealed undercover recordings of top BBC journalist John Sweeney, accusing the reporter of planning a fake news hit job in collusion with HOPE Not Hate, a far-left activist organization which has received funding from neo-Marxist billionaire George Soros.
Facebook claimed in a statement that Tommy Robinson’s page, which had around one million likes, “has repeatedly broken [Facebook community] standards, posting material that uses dehumanizing language and calls for violence targeted at Muslims. He has also behaved in ways that violate our policies around organized hate.”
“The reasons they’ve given are just complete lies”, Tommy Robinson said.
“They’re saying I incited violence and that I openly called for violence against Muslims, that’s just a lie. If that was the case then they could show evidence of messages where I’d said that but I never have”, he added.
“This is continued censorship which we all knew was coming but its been done instantly because of my documentary which exposed the establishment working with Hope not Hate, working with the BBC in order to destroy my name to the nation. When I exposed what they were doing they’ve put down the pressure to completely delete me from the internet. This has to show people the levels they’re gonna go to silence any opposition to mass migration and the Islamisation of this nation,” Robinson concluded.
Mainstream outlets have struggled to deal with Robinson. When he was interviewed by Sky News last year, Robinson responded by uploading an unedited video of the discussion, which became an online success and was shared far more widely online than the original interview.
Robinson adopted a similar tactic with the BBC’s Panorama. Two weeks ago, Robinson agreed to be interviewed by the programme, only to turn the tables on reporter John Sweeney by revealing he had sent an associate undercover to film the BBC reporter.
He then played Sweeney a series of secretly recorded clips in which the BBC journalist says that white working-class people rarely appeared on Newsnight.
The video attracted millions of views, culminating in the anti-Islamization activist holding a protest outside the BBC’s Salford offices last Saturday.