TORY Media and Culture secretary Jeremy Wright is fighting the working-classes and freedom of speech and has asked YouTube to “reconsider their judgment” over a decision to keep Tommy Robinson on its platform.
Tory Toff Jeremy Wright joined ranks with Labour and told the Commons that right-wing activist Tommy had been “banging on the door of a journalist”, and after leaving “returned at 4am and continued his intimidation”. despite Police not taking the incident any futher.
The Tory MP failed to tell the Commons that the journalist in question, far-left activist Mike Struchbery – had doxxed Tommy Robinson, and had gloated about a lawyer who represents ISIS fanatics and a self-admitted junkie crackhead had turned up at Tommy’s house, putting his young wife and kids at risk.
‘FREEDOM OF SPEECH HAS LIMITS’
The out-of-touch MP also said that Freedom of Speech has limits. “We all believe in freedom of speech, but added: “We all believe that freedom of speech has limits.” added Wright.
He claimed the decision to keep Tommy on the site was “beyond the reach of the type of freedom of speech that we believe should be protected.”
Google said the decision to keep Tommy online was because the activist’s content on the video-sharing site was ‘fundamentally different’ from his posts on Facebook, which saw his page of over 1m likes deleted by Facebook.
“THE GOVERNMENT WANTS TO SILENCE THE PEOPLE WHO SPEAK UP FOR WORKING-CLASS BRITAIN” – Jordan James – Founder, Politicalite.com
This week, the establishment has made a coordinated effort to silence ‘dissident’ voices, and those not following the Governments line.
UKIP media was smeared in the press, with the Guardian describing young activists running pro-UKIP media as ‘Young, Angry and Extreme’.
Just this week, Politicalite’s website was attacked and briefly taken off-line.
Tommy was also wiped of Facebook last month – and his page with over ONE MILLION likes was deleted, the founder and editor of Politicalite.com, Jordan James saw his own account disabled.
Last week, Several key UKIP activists saw their accounts disabled including Tommy, the former editor of Breitbart London – Raheem Kassam and Jordan James of Politicalite.
In the states, Donald Trump Jr called on Facebook to restore the accounts of Raheem Kassam, and in the UK, UKIP leader Gerard Batten was among the political figures who called on Facebook to restore the accounts of the banned UKIP activists.