Tommy Robinson Enemy of the State

£24.99

Tommy Robinson, political activist,  journalist and now a best selling author of his autobiography, Enemy of the State. 

Love him or loathe him, the controversy that surrounds Tommy has certainly fuelled his career. From his early ties with the British National Party (BNP) and the English Defense League (EDL) follow his path of activism and journalism which has made him a household name throughout the United Kingdom today!

The powerful story of Tommy Robinson, former leader of the EDL and a man persecuted by the British state, simply for standing up in support of British troops. Tommy describes growing up on the streets of Luton, a town plagued by Islamic extremism and criminal gangs and how his livelihood was taken from him when he led a street protest against it. Hounded through the courts and thrown to the Muslim underworld which runs England's prisons, when Tommy refused to be broken the police tried to blackmail him – into working for them.