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Tommy Robinson's speech in Leicester 9 Oct 2010

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Comment by Alan Lake on October 10, 2010 at 13:34
A great speech, Tommy's best yet. Clearly he's better ad-libbing than reading from a written text. There were a few minor slip ups but they're nothing compared to all the strong points made. One slip was to say the EDL is going nowhere, meaning "the EDL is not going to go away" so the cowardly government better get used to it. Well we can all have a good laugh about that, although the leftist morons will be frothing at the mouth at this 'doctrinal failure' or whatever - yeah, right.

Another possible slip was to talk about the preservation of British Christian culture - which the media morons will take to mean we have a 'clash of civilisations' between Islam and Christianity. Well, the clash is between Islam and non-Islam, if you want to put it in those terms, but more importantly, one must accept the role of verbal shorthand to save time. For example, we loosely use a word like 'Western' to parcel up a whole load of values and beliefs, to give the listener the general idea, even though that parcel is not tightly defined enough to use in argument, so in an argument we have to speak more slowly, at length and use better terms. In the same way here, Tommy is using the word Christian to quickly summarise a bunch of values, similar as it happens to Hindu values, to Buddhist values, to Sikh values, to Jewish values etc - to get his message across. To put it more precisely, he could have said "we will fight to preserve that British culture which embraces all those peoples and ideologies which respect the Golden Rule", for example. Islam does not respect the Golden Rule, it does not respect the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and it is this supremacist way of thinking that Tommy is talking about fighting against.

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