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TOMMY Robinson, Carl Benjamin and Catherine Blaiklock launched an ‘Alliance of Free Speech Activists’ called ‘Heart of Oak’ at the Emmanuelle Centre, in Westminster, London, on Friday.
Mr Robinson noted that the alliance “is different people coming together and trying to build a movement across the country. Like an actual movement of people.”
“People feel silenced, people feel they can’t speak about certain issues, issues that are going to affect their children and affect our country,” he added.
Pastor Wale Babatunde, who also spoke at the event, said, “People from outside will come into somebody else’s nation, and you want to take over, you want to change their culture, and yet the English don’t have the right to speak their mind. It’s a shame.”
Group spokesman Peter Mcilvenna told Politicalite “Today we have launched a movement that seeks to bring positive change to our society.”
“By bringing together big hitters who understand the threats we face but seek to work together, we aim to tackle injustices in our society in a fresh way. An alliance of individuals with a big passion and reach who are not afraid of challenging the system will bring big rewards.”
“Someone needs to hold our c0rrupt establishment to account. Hearts of Oak seeks to be that vehicle that not only educates the public but gives tools to activists to make a lasting change.”
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