A PETITION to stop the persecution of censored activist Tommy Robinson, who is expected to face court in May, has been handed into Downing Sreet.
Youth Activist Lewis Alfie, aged 23 set up the Change.org petition ten days ago and this week he travelled down to London and filmed his journey for Politicalite to hand in the petition.
WATCH: PETITION HANDED INTO DOWNING STREET
The petition gained a whopping 15,303 signatures over 10 days, despite being censored by Facebook.
Our own editor has received a SEVEN DAY Facebook ban for posting an article about the petition that called for MPs to STOP the witchhunt against Tommy and his family and implement Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the UK in 1948.
That legislation states that “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.”
One of the activists involved, Lewis Alfie, told Politicalite that: “I respect all the work and campaigns in which he has taken on and I have followed the movement from 2009.
“I am very proud of how far he has come and I want everyone to know that people have his back!”
The petition describes Tommy as an ‘activist’ and says that our Tommy “speaks mainly on-street grooming cases in the United Kingdom.”
“He has already stood a kangaroo trial at Leeds Crown Court and was jailed before being later released by three High Court judges pending the Attorney General.”
“This has taken five months to conclude and comes after a series of events that have taken place over recent months. These events, to me, look like planned attack’s on Mr. Robinson, his wife and three children. One attack was lead by a far left organisation who have been targeting the family home.”
“There has been eight Osman warnings put in place against Mr Robinson’s life and he remains in serious danger of possibly being killed. I call on you Prime Minister to bring and end to the continued persecution of a man and his family where no offence has taken place.”
“The original alleged offence, the reading of a public document, has already taken up many thousands of pounds of taxpayers money.”