Tommy Robinson’s personal website taken down

Tommy Robinson

The prominent Islamophobe Tommy Robinson has had his personal website taken down. 

“They have taken my site down. [The] establishment [is] trying everything to shut me up,” Robinson wrote in a Facebook post on Monday, adding that he is working to launch a new site.

The site is hosted by U.S. company Go Daddy.

Robinson, 36, whose real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, is the co-founder and former leader of the English Defence League (EDL).

Robinson was sentenced in May to 13 months in prison on contempt of court charges for live-streaming members of an alleged grooming gang.

After his release on bail in early November, he bashed British courts and media for attempting to “silence and stop people having the knowledge” of “Muslim grooming gangs.”

Also in November, PayPal banned Robinson’s account and froze the donations he had received over accusations of him inciting hatred and promoting Islamophobia.

UKIP leader Gerard Batten named Robinson his adviser on grooming gangs and prison reform on 22 November.

Robinson has been a vocal critic of the mainstream media, accusing them of spreading lies and losing the support of the British public. His political career recently took a new turn after he was handed an advisory role in the UK Independence Party (UKIP).

Add your comments below