UK: Army Launches Investigation Over Meeting Between Soldiers & Tommy Robinson
“We are aware of a photograph and video of a group of Army personnel on social media and are investigating the circumstances surrounding this. Anyone who is in breach of the Army’s values and standards will face administrative action.”
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So apparently the British Army’s values and standards now include appeasement and surrender to Islamization.
It is unfortunate to see the Washington Times, which should know better, referring to Tommy Robinson as a “far-right, anti-Muslim activist.” “Far-right” is a propaganda term that essentially means only “this is someone the establishment media wants you to dislike.” And it is no more “anti-Muslim” to oppose jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women, non-Muslims and others than it was “anti-German” to oppose the Nazis.
“British Army probing meeting between military personnel and Tommy Robinson, anti-Muslim activist,” by Andrew Blake, Washington Times, October 9, 2018:
The British Army has launched an investigation spurred by social media posts showing uniformed military personnel posing with Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, a far-right anti-Muslim activist better known as Tommy Robinson.
“We are aware of a photograph and video of a group of Army personnel on social media and are investigating the circumstances surrounding this,” an Army spokesperson said Tuesday, British media reported. “Anyone who is in breach of the Army’s values and standards will face administrative action.”
The social media posts were shared through Mr. Robinson’s official accounts this week and showed him meeting several enthusiastic, smiling young men in uniform.
“A moment like this makes it all worth while,” Mr. Robinson captioned a video he shared on YouTube of the military personnel chanting him name.
“Britain’s heroes,” he captioned a similar post on Instagram….
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer