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Atheist | 21:32 Sun 25th Jul 2021 | News
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Sorry I haven't got a link. I heard on the radio and BBC telly that TR has been judged on the wrong side in a court case against him for falsely accusing a teenager (who was filmed being beaten by school 'chums') of attacking young women, and that he has to pay £100,000 penalty, plus legal costs. I'm surprised that TUS haven't been on here defending him. He seems to be pleading bankruptcy and saying that he's had a bad year. Are there many here who feel sorry for him?

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I would not expect you to for one moment.

The paucity of your defence is matched only by the moral bankruptcy of the idiot you are defending, but if you can live with it, that's fine by me.
stop it! stop it ! I just cant bear it!
( scene from airplaine)
I don’t think Mussolini DID get the trains to run on time did he?
Which still makes him level with Robinson in the “done good” stakes.
no, apparently not, ichkeria. Just his acolytes struggling to come up with nice things to say about him

https://www.economist.com/science-and-technology/2018/11/03/making-trains-run-on-time
Probably less of a struggle than finding positive things to say about 'Tommy Robinson ' as the evidence on here clearly highlights!
think was going to suggest "Jimmy Savile raised a lot of money for charity" might be a better comparison, but felt it best not to.

Oops.
I have no odes why it changed "I" to "think". Stupid keypad.
Odes? I give up.
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Jimmy Saville wasn't even convicted of anything, unlike Tommy Robinson. But, to be fair, I expect those who argue for a fair view of Tommy's record would also do the same for Jimmy Saville. Actually, I suspect they wouldn't. But it's not for me to guess what they might say.
Atheist - // But, to be fair, I expect those who argue for a fair view of Tommy's record would also do the same for Jimmy Saville. //

I have pointed out previously that the notion of defending 'Tommy Robinson' because is defenders feel he deserves 'credit' for parlaying his vile racism onto the back of a (perfectly correct and much needed) campaign to highlight Asian grooming gangs, is simply beyond my comprehension, given the vast amount of illegal and dreadful actions he has been involved in since.

Only one of his two defenders on this thread have spoken up, the second has absented himseld, as he does from any debate in which he is out of his depth.
If you're talking about who I think you're talking about Andy, the last eight words of your post were unnecessary.
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Jimmy Saville wasn't even convicted of anything, unlike Tommy Robinson.
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Strewth!
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Jimmy Saville wasn't even convicted of anything, unlike Tommy Robinson.
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Strewth! //

Why 'strewth!' - ?

It's a statement of fact.
Double Strewth!!
roy - // Double Strewth!! //

If you;re not willing to expand, I am unable to continue to discuss with you what you may or may not mean.
I don't think Mengele was convicted of anything, was he?

Your move.
I'm actually with Roy here. "He was never convicted of anything" is an awful and irrelevant argument when Savile's crimes are widely known and just about universally acce as truth.
*accepted as truth.
I have not absented myself, you I'll mannered man!

If the authorities listened to TR when he exposed the hate preacher imam at Didsbury where Abedi the Manchester bomber was a member, maybe twenty odd families might not have been bereaved!

Mind your manners.
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