Brits are rioting in London as journalist Tommy Robinson is jailed. So why is there little or nothing about it in the international media? Simple, The UK has fallen and has become a full Police State. The only credible news stories coming out are posted on GAB, from Brits themselves who are either witnesses or participants.

Media Blackout as British Government Scrubs Reports on Tommy Robinson Arrest

After multiple attempts to find information on the situation on Google, there is absolutely nothing that can be found. Apparently Google is in on the charade. I contacted a friend in Houston, Texas who has a relative living in Kent, England. This is his story about the riots. Evidently the news blackout has worked quite well, as he knew nothing about it:

Info. from England:

“Right wing propaganda stuff I think. ‘Virtually’? There’s always some demo going on but it’s a bank holiday weekend and a humid  29 degrees here. So I think most sensible people are just partying or relaxing or heading for the beach or the park. It is the end of the month so many have just been paid their salaries so they have money to go out, and very hot. The pubs and clubs are busy as are the roads. When it gets this hot people get irritable and there are more fights. Other than that? The man concerned is or was the head of the (almost) white supremacy nazi anti immigrant party so he’s on their radar all the time. If he’s been arrested there probably were some scuffles but not that I know of. I could be completely wrong. Propaganda from all sides I think.”

Apparently my friend’s relative has swallowed the Blue Pill. He desperately needs the Red Pill. Brits from every walk of life are fed-up with the current state of the United Kingdom, to the point that many are suggesting the overthrow of Theresa May’s government, including the ouster of London’s Muslim mayor.

Tommy Robinson Arrest: Ex Cop Speaks Out

Is an Alt-right video fanning the flames of dissent? Perhaps so, but it may be what is needed to #MakeBritainGreatAgain

“Mr. Robinson” – Simon & Garfunkel Parody Song – (Tommy’s Tale)