Bitches on heat

The Huffington Post/ Dale Martin

 

Ohhh dear fuck!

It seems that Tommy Paul Stephen Yaxley Lennon Harris Robinson wanted to start a love affair with Tony ‘psycho’ Blair, but the war criminal was having none of the common criminal’s old fanny.

Rejected and dejected, the Gay EDL leader who had a string of hit records in the 1970’s and 80’s proceeded to abuse Tone the Stone on Twitter… All rather embarrassing for the pair  but great viewing for the armchair viewer. 

Unfortunately, in abusing the former Prime Minister – while no doubt loudly singing his 1983 hit record, ‘War baby’ – Robinson made a right cunt of himself. 

I will leave it to my friend Dale Martin to explain why after the following article from the Huffington Post in regard to the lover boys Twitter spat.

But before that! Lets all sing… Altogether now, c’mon …

AND ITS A 2-4-6-8 AIN’T NEVER TOO LATE.

ME & MY RADIO TRUCKING ON THROUGH THE NIGHT.

3-5-7-9 DOUBLE WHITE LINE.

MORNING SUN COMING UP WITH  THE MORNING LIGHT… AND IT’S A 2-4-6-8….

Tony Blair Embroiled In Twitter Spat With EDL’s Tommy Robinson

Tony Blair

Tony Blair took to Twitter in an ugly war of words with Tommy Robinson after the English Defence League leader tweeted approvingly about a piece written by the former which criticised Islam.

Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, said that Blair’s Mail on Sunday piece, which said there was a “problem within Islam”, was correct and “confirms everything we say.”


Blair’s office told HuffPost UK that the former PM was made aware of the tweet, and personally approved the response on Twitter.

“Tony Blair is in China, but was made aware of the EDL tweet and totally disagrees with what they have said,” a spokesman said.

“As we have said, they obviously haven’t read the article properly – there is nothing in common with what they have to say.”

He also commented on the condemned the attack at the Al-Rahma Islamic Centre in Muswell Hill, which was razed to the ground on Wednesday. He told the Huffington Post UK:

“An attack like this has no place in a modern, diverse and open minded society like ours. It is an absolute right for anyone to worship in peace – and actions like this deserve utter condemnation from us all.”

Tory MP Gavin Barwell, who represents a highly diverse community in Croydon North, was one of those who responded on Twitter to the spat, telling The Huffington Post UK that he thought several lines from Blair’s piece were seriously misjudged.

“Let’s be blunt, that phrase sounds like something the EDL would say,” Barwell told HuffPostUK

“The phrase ‘There is a problem within Islam’ that Tommy Robinson picked up on is implying that the problem is one of Islam, even though not all Muslims are doing it. And I don’t agree with that.

“I made that point in my tweet to him. It’s not surprising they picked up on that phrase. I suspect if he [Blair] and I sat and chatted, we wouldn’t actually disagree massively, but the use of that phrase was a serious misjudgment.”

Barwell said he thought words needed to be chosen more carefully to avoid alienating regular Muslims. “When we were confronting terrorism in North Ireland, you could have said ‘there is a problem with Irish Nationalism’.

“But it would have been unfair to Irish nationalists who did not believe in violence. And it would have been a tactically silly thing to do.”

But Barwell said he did not blame Blair for engaging with Robinson. “I can understand from his perspective that once the EDL had claimed that Blair endorsed their views that he felt the need to rebut that, if I was in his position, I would have done the same. That’s an attempt to undo the damage his article had done.”

The tweet from the former Labour PM also caused a storm of responses from Robinson himself, who accused Blair of war crimes and fuelling divides within communities because of his foreign policy in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

Dale Martin

I want to pick up on this article one point that was made by Tommy Robinson of the EDL and directed at Tony Blair which is… “u invaded Islamic countries #warcriminal then when Muslims react and get hostile it’s against us in towns like Luton.”

If the EDL knows this truth that these illegal invasions of Islamic countries is the root cause of any unrest and division between communities then why is not the EDL stance firmly against our government and warmongers like Blair et al? Why are they not on the streets flying banners denouncing the real cause and insisting that it stops, why don`t they get beyond their racial biases which serve no good purpose and stand up to denounce the absolute degenerate foreign military campaigns against Islamic countries worldwide that he clearly shows in that statement he understands to be the root problem and he regards as the actions of “warcriminals”?

He clearly understands that we as a nation are being divided and ever increasingly drawn into internal conflict by the actions of our “warcriminal” governments, he therefore must also understand that our soldiers are being sent to death and injury for nothing more than “warcriminal” ventures, he must also understand that billions of pounds of taxpayers money is therefore being wasted by these “warcriminals” and he has to concede that in respect of the millions of Muslim lives lost and destroyed in such ventures it is the Muslims who are the victims. He cannot make the statement he has above without all of these points logically being true from it. Yes Tommy that would effectively mean taking the side of the Muslim people who are suffering at the hands of these “warcriminals”, but truth and justice is not about taking sides………. It is about doing what is right and denouncing what is wrong.

So is it not time Tommy Robinson to stand up and lead the EDL in the right direction and point the anger that is bubbling up amongst the working classes in the right direction………… At our power brokers and damned government that continues to be the root cause of all the problems in the first place.