Britain’s most hated man isn’t all that hateful

The EDL founder has been jailed for fraud, assault and football hooliganism. So, why do I like him?

‘Christ, I would be shot for buying this if people knew,’ says an anonymous fan in the comments below Amazon’s unlikely bestseller Enemy of the State. Which sums up how I feel before meeting the book’s author, Tommy Robinson. What if he turns out to be not nearly as bad as his reputation as ‘Britain’s most hated man’? What if, as some familiar with him have warned, I turn out to like him and want to plead his cause, and end up being tainted as a far-right thug by association?

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  • Gary

    If he was black and did drugs he be the the President of the USA .

  • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)
  • Brett_McS

    The podcast “Delingpole” on Breitbart contains the actual interview, which is great. Despite having an “uncouth” accent, Tommy Robinson is a very sharp chap and a good interview.

  • LairdKintyre

    To Progressives when they so much as hear that someone even a Muslim wants Islamic reform or even wants an open discussion on Islam, the word “”RACIST”” and “”ISLAMOPHOBE”” starts flashing in their vacuous mind like a neon sign. Leftists are beyond hope intellectually, baring a miracle.

  • Clausewitz

    Robinson is only hated by Progressives and Elites. To the average Brit I’m sure their opinion is somewhat more favourable.