Directly addressing the BBC and Hope Not Hate, whom he expects to be in discussions to stop him broadcasting his bombshell expose, Tommy Robinson told them that there is NOTHING they can do to stop it being screened on February 23rd:
“There is nothing anyone can do to stop me screening this documentary.”
Even if a court injunction was taken out which sent him to prison for airing the documentary, it would still be aired, he promised.
He revealed that the next snippet of footage he will show will be on Tuesday evening but that these snippets are nothing compared to the entire package. He told viewers “I will categorically prove that the BBCs programs”, such as Panorama, are scripted.
What this should be about, Tommy said, is the “license fee”. It will “p*** you off” when people see how their money is spent and how the BBC “p***** money up the wall”.
He once again insisted that he fears being taken off Facebook as he promised to “drip-feed” footage of the “most sensational expose of the BBC this country has ever seen” every 72 hours.
“I will never ever pay the license fee again,” Tommy promised. He also announced he has begun legal proceedings against The Times for lying and producing “fake news against him”. The Socialist Workers Party, amoung others, have also been issued with legal letters by Tommy who is determined to fight back.