On December 1st, activist and independent journalist Tommy Robinson will be hosting a massive march to highlight the UK’s betrayal on Brexit, grooming gangs, the case of Asia Bibi and freedom of speech.
The march will be titled The Great Betrayal, and over a thousand people signed up to attend within hours of the announcement.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten has also signed on to attend.
“It’s the biggest Democratic betrayal, biggest betrayal of a Democratic vote in our country’s history. We have been betrayed at every level. The establishment are betraying us on our free speech, they’re betraying our armed forces, and now they think they can betray our vote,” Robinson told The Gateway Pundit. “It’s going to cause massive disruptions for the country if we don’t get the Brexit we wanted — people are going to leave.”
In a livestream discussing the event, Robinson urged his followers to join in him marching against Theresa May and the establishment.
More details on the march will be posted to the event page on Facebook in the coming days.
In May, Robinson was arrested for contempt of court while filming outside a Pakistani grooming gang trial in Leeds, as the case was under a reporting ban. His arrest and immediate imprisonment leads to protests all over the world — from London to Washington, DC.
In August, the charge was struck down by Lord Chief Justice Burnett and two other judges — but he may now be subjected to a retrial.
Robinson appeared before a judge at the Old Bailey last month. He had brought his prison bag and was prepared in case he was sent back to jail — but instead the judge referred the case to the Attorney General. Thousands of his supporters gathered outside and celebrated when the outcome was announced.
Though it was the outcome that Robinson and his lawyers were hoping for, it means the case continues to drag on and he remains stuck in limbo, uncertain if he will have to return to prison.
Robinson was also recently banned from PayPal, who said that they “do not allow PayPal services to be used to promote hate, violence, or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.” They have frozen the money that he had in his account for 180 days.
“They just don’t like my opinion and want to silence me,” Robinson told the Press Association. “The government and establishment can see I have public support, they can see I have the ability to fight back.”
On the eve of last month’s hearing, Robinson sat down with the Gateway Pundit to discuss his case — as well as his hopes and fears.
You can watch the video here: