TOMMY Robinson has slammed Amazon after his book ‘Mohammad’s Koran’ was been chucked off the site, but Mein Kampf is still available, yes really.
The tech giant stopped selling Tommy’s best-selling book about Islam, just days after the activist was banned from Facebook and Instagram.
Robinson appeared on YouTube yesterday, the last social media platform available to him since his Facebook and Instagram banning.
An angry Robinson said “We all knew this was going to happen…there’s evidence now that Facebook sat down with Islamist, radical groups, with Mohammed Shafiq, a man who called for the murder of Maajid Nawaz because of his blasphemy.”
Tommy was referring to an incident in 2014 when Nawaz tweeted a Jesus and Mo (meaning the Prophet Muhammad) cartoon that depicted the two holy men greeting each. Shafiq found it offensive and took to Twitter.
One of his tweets was, “We will notify all Muslim organisations in the UK of his despicable behaviour and also notify Islamic countries.” Another was in Urdu “Ghustaki Rasool Quilliam.” According to Nick Cohen of The Guardian this is an Urdu, “charge that incites Islamists to murder.”
Some took these as threats against Nawaz.
Shafiq later apologised, claiming his intent had not been to have Nawaz killed.
Mohammed Shafiq is chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation and claimed he had met Facebook representatives to discuss his concerns about “Tommy Robinson’s continued presence on social media.” Furthermore Shafiq also contacted Google and YouTube expressing similar views.
As Robinson said in his YouTube rant (the last major platform left to him):”You can now see the lengths they will go to silence us all. They’re not just censoring me, they’re censoring you, they’re censoring you to have the ability to make your own mind up, whether you agree with me or not, whether you agree with Jeremy Corbyn or not. Whether you agree with any of these ideas, you have to be able to hear the ideas, and hear the counter arguments.”
“The lies that Facebook are putting out. The lies that are being run across this world, by the media, that I have instigated murder and violence against Muslims. Everyone of you that follows me knows that’s a lie.”
Robinson talked about how he was planning, along with other banned activists, to have a massive anti-censorship rally.
He is currently in discussion with lawyers about taking Facebook to court over the lies he alleges Facebook are telling, “Complete lies; and if you can’t see the timing of this, the minute that the BBC and the Government and Hope Not Hate were exposed to the world, the minute they removed my ability to talk to you.”
Robinson is referring to his documentary Panodrama, an expose of BBC’s current affairs program Panorama. Robinson urged his followers to see Panodrama, which was released just days before his social media sites were purged.
“The BBC, the establishment are all working together to destroy anyone who goes against them.”
Robinson’s book ‘Mohammed’s Koran’, a critical look at Islam’s holiest of books, was also removed from Amazon, whilst Mein Kampf (Hitler’s Manifesto) is still available.
“People have to speak now,” Robinson implored his followers, “Everyone knows I’ve not incited any violence against Muslims. If I would have incited violence against Muslims do you not think the British police would have arrested me?”
“The Muslim Brotherhood are still on social media, terrorist organisations are still on social media, rapists are still on social media, child abusers are still on social media. All the efforts to silence are being used against the opposition to globalism; the opposition to Islam. It’s real.”
“It’s Panodrama that’s had me erased from the internet.”
Robinson finished his rant by telling his audience that he was off to Finland to attend a documentary premiere, one that the mainstream media were ignoring, “When the refugees come to Finland cameras were given, they were given to multiple people to tell the story that happened. A lovely young man, from what I’ve witnessed in the footage, come into the country as a refugee, a real refugee, but very quickly he realised that many of the people he was housed with were terrorists and terrorist supporters; it tells that story. It then shows how the rape crisis hit Finland.
It shows how Finland suffered its first terrorist attack, and guess what the mainstream will not air that documentary. Well on Friday I’ll be at the premiere screening of it. And now I’m sorry I can’t share that with you on Facebook or Instagram, that’s why they’ve deleted it, because they don’t want you to see the truth. They don’t want you to have a balanced opinion on what’s happening. They want you to believe what they tell you…Which is fake news, the reality is very different.”
BIG Tech in Silicon Valley has been accused of suppressing the right after leaked documents claimed Facebook had ‘de-boosted’ the pages of right-wingers.
It comes as Tommy Robinson was banned from Facebook and dozens of Ukippers had their accounts disabled, his page was the most popular political page in Britain and even had more likes and engagement than the Prime Minister.
Facebook was accused of ‘deboosting’ pages of right-wing figures and organisations, and the firm can “Classify Users as Trolls Based on Their Vocabulary, Then Punish By Limiting Bandwidth, Blocking Comments.” with “Special features” Triggered “leading up to important elections”.
An ex-Facebook employee claimed that the firm deboosts posts from right wing pages.