German Defence League demonstrate in Berlin on ‘Free Tommy Day’

DigitalJournal.com 27 November 2012
By Richard Milnes

On Saturday, 24 November, the Germans showed solidarity with their English counterparts by protesting in support of imprisoned EDL leader Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (a.k.a. Tommy Robinson).
Supporters of the German Defence league held a demonstration at the same location that, as previously reported, they are now holding a regular weekly vigil until the release of Tommy Robinson.

Speech

A speech was read out first in German and then in English.
Freedom

"In his legendary 'Ich Bin Ein Berliner' speech, John F. Kennedy said the following words ‘Freedom is individual and when one man is enslaved, all are not free’. Today in Britain one man is not free. For this reason we have come to protest at the British Embassy once again, to demand the release of Tommy Robinson (a.k.a. Stephen Lennon).
"It’s been four weeks since Tommy was taken into custody. Everyone knows why he was arrested. He is supposed to have used a fake passport. The British government raised this accusation some six weeks after he travelled into the United States.
"He gave a speech in the US at a conference held at a group known as ‘Stop the Islamification of Europe’. Six weeks after this speech he was arrested. The British government took an entire six weeks to fabricate charges on which to arrest him." (continue reading...)