Pamela Geller Defends British Fascist Imprisoned for Entering the US Illegally

Pleaded guilty to using someone else’s passport
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I hadn’t looked at Pamela Geller’s site in a while, but I just did, and wow. She’s always been a swivel-eyed loon, but the hate is just off the charts now. Non-stop rage and bigotry. Really ugly stuff.

One of her latest crazed posts defends the leader of the fascist English Defense League, calling him a “political prisoner:” POLITICAL IMPRISONMENT IN THE UK: EDL LEADER TOMMY ROBINSON JAILED FOR 10 MONTHS!!!

It is stunning that the UK has degenerated to such depths. Freedom is no longer a reality, but a defeated idea undone by cowardice and capitulation of Islamic thuggery and violence.

Tommy Robinson, my colleague and board member of SION, is a political prisoner in the UK, imprisoned for standing up for freedom and equality of rights under the law. I stand with Robinson.

Tommy Robinson has been rotting in a UK jail under gruesome conditions awaiting trial for months.

Actually, Robinson isn’t his real name, and his prison sentence has nothing to do with standing up for anyone’s freedom. Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (his real name, or possibly another alias) pleaded guilty to using someone else’s passport to illegally enter the United States, in order to speak at one of Geller’s anti-Muslim rallies. And he resorted to this ruse because he was previously barred from the US due to his violent criminal record.

I wonder what Pamela would have to say about a Muslim who entered the US with someone else’s passport?

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1 Targetpractice  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 1:55:16pm
I wonder what Pamela would have to say about a Muslim who entered the US with someone else’s passport?

The screeching would be loud enough to shatter glass atop Mt. Everest.

2 erik_t  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 1:55:44pm

Rotting in jail under gruesome conditions? I thought to the right wing this was a feature, not a bug.

(insert prison-rape joke here) /

3 Sol Berdinowitz  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 1:55:45pm

In her logic, the fact that he had to sneak in using an assumed name is proof of him being persecuted. Don’t try and reason with these people, just step back and try to limit the damage when they finally explode.

4 Charles Johnson  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 1:58:03pm

Note that Lennon/Robinson was barred from entering the US because of his violent criminal record; that’s why he had to sneak in with a fraudulent passport.

5 Shvaughn  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:02:05pm

re: #2 erik_t

(insert prison-rape joke here) /

How about we don’t joke about prison rape?

6 Skip Intro  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:04:30pm

re: #3 Sol Berdinowitz

Don’t try and reason with these people, just step back and try to limit the damage when they finally explode.

I second that. They all consider themselves oppressed, not unlike the Jews in Nazi Germany, only worse, much worse. They have a force field around them that repels all reason.

7 erik_t  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:04:32pm

re: #5 Shvaughn

How about we don’t joke about prison rape?

Ohferchrissakes…

The internet: where no matter how clear you think you’re being, communication will inevitably fail at some point.

8 Sol Berdinowitz  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:05:21pm

re: #5 Shvaughn

How about we don’t joke about prison rape?

/ = sarc tag

9 D-Notice  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:11:46pm

HMP Wandsworth isn’t the “highest security prison in the UK” as Gellar claims.

In England & Wales it falls under a “Category B” prison - which are for “Those who do not require maximum security, but for whom escape needs to be made very difficult”.

Those for the most dangerous people are classed as “Category A”.

10 Charles Johnson  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:15:33pm

re: #9 D-Notice

HMP Wandsworth isn’t the “highest security prison in the UK” as Gellar claims.

In England & Wales it falls under a “Category B” prison - which are for “Those who do not require maximum security, but for whom escape needs to be made very difficult”.

Which seems reasonable, considering this:

American immigration officials initially stopped the 30-year-old, name-shifting extremist from entering the country at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York when he was fingerprinted and it was revealed he was not the man listed on the passport – Andrew McMaster.

But Yaxley-Lennon, who also uses the pseudonym Tommy Robinson in his anti-Muslim protests and speeches across England, somehow managed to slip away from the authorities and travel into the heart of Manhattan.

11 Bubblehead II  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:22:11pm

Well at least the Harpy is getting some blow back in her comment section about this post.

You lowered yourself into the muck and jumped the shark when you associated with him Pam. Plenty of people warned you. Wonder if this post will be deleted.

What a load of old nonsense. Political prisoner? Don’t make me laugh. He’s nothing but a low end criminal and thug who deserves this and more. Rotting in jail under gruesome condtions? What, with TV, an Xbox and all manner of modern conveniences? You think he’s in Bangkok or something? I’ve never read such crap in all my life. Oh wait, yes I have. On here and other far right propaganda pages.

I guess the fact that he committed a crime doesn’t enter into the equation. No, the evil Muslim conspiracy is silencing him because he’s doing SUCH a good job of endearing the EDL to the public. ¬_¬

Who paid for his flight tickets? He said you did. This means you bought a ticket for someone you knew was using false documents.

Yaxley-Lennon left Britain using a false passport. This is a criminal offence contrary to the Identity Documents Act 2010. At trial, he plead guilty. This is your ‘political imprisonment’.

Yaxley-Lennon is a former football hooligan with a conviction for violent disorder. YL has admitted to attending meetings of the anti-semitic British National Party. This is your ‘political prisoner’.

12 HoosierHoops  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:24:24pm

Pam…
Go to Amazon.. You need a new compass and they will get you a good deal..

13 HappyWarrior  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:24:27pm

Never met a fascist she hasn’t liked.

14 Dr Lizardo  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:26:17pm

Who paid for his flight tickets? He said you did. This means you bought a ticket for someone you knew was using false documents.

Interesting……wouldn’t that mean that Pammy engaged in a conspiracy to commit a criminal act?

15 HoosierHoops  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:29:41pm

re: #14 Dr Lizardo

Who paid for his flight tickets? He said you did. This means you bought a ticket for someone you knew was using false documents.

Interesting……wouldn’t that mean that Pammy engaged in a conspiracy to commit a criminal act?

I think you’d need to prove that she knew he would be using false documents. I’m sure she sends out lot’s of tickets to events.

16 wrenchwench  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:29:50pm

re: #9 D-Notice

Welcome, hatchling.

17 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:31:47pm

re: #11 Bubblehead II

Well at least the Harpy is getting some blow back in her comment section about this post.

You lowered yourself into the muck and jumped the shark when you associated with him Pam. Plenty of people warned you. Wonder if this post will be deleted.

What a load of old nonsense. Political prisoner? Don’t make me laugh. He’s nothing but a low end criminal and thug who deserves this and more. Rotting in jail under gruesome condtions? What, with TV, an Xbox and all manner of modern conveniences? You think he’s in Bangkok or something? I’ve never read such crap in all my life. Oh wait, yes I have. On here and other far right propaganda pages.

I guess the fact that he committed a crime doesn’t enter into the equation. No, the evil Muslim conspiracy is silencing him because he’s doing SUCH a good job of endearing the EDL to the public. ¬_¬

Who paid for his flight tickets? He said you did. This means you bought a ticket for someone you knew was using false documents.

Yaxley-Lennon left Britain using a false passport. This is a criminal offence contrary to the Identity Documents Act 2010. At trial, he plead guilty. This is your ‘political imprisonment’.

Yaxley-Lennon is a former football hooligan with a conviction for violent disorder. YL has admitted to attending meetings of the anti-semitic British National Party. This is your ‘political prisoner’.

If Pam Geller bought airline tickets for so one she knew was trying to enter the US illegally then ICE might be able to charge her with conspiracy to violate immigration law. Maybe getting handcuffed and perp-walked would take the wind out of her sails.

18 Bubblehead II  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:31:56pm

re: #9 D-Notice

Welcome Hatchling.

19 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:33:34pm

re: #15 HoosierHoops

I think you’d need to prove that she knew he would be using false documents. I’m sure she sends out lot’s of tickets to events.

No, she’d just need to know was barred from entering the US or that she willfully disregarded the information that would have told the situation.

20 HoosierHoops  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:37:36pm

re: #19 Dark_Falcon

No, she’d just need to know was barred from entering the US or that she willfully disregarded the information that would have told the situation.

If the FBI looks at her computers..all those 10’s of thousand emails?
I think she will have issues, I agree with you but like I said.. It requires proof.

21 Bubblehead II  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:38:28pm

re: #17 Dark_Falcon

If Pam Geller bought airline tickets for so one she knew was trying to enter the US illegally then ICE might be able to charge her with conspiracy to violate immigration law. Maybe getting handcuffed and perp-walked would take the wind out of her sails.

That would be so sweet to see. But she would just use it as evidence that the mooooslim conspiracy between PBO and The Muslim Brotherhood was trying to silence her and the gnome.

22 wrenchwench  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:42:20pm

re: #17 Dark_Falcon

If Pam Geller bought airline tickets for so one she knew was trying to enter the US illegally then ICE might be able to charge her with conspiracy to violate immigration law. Maybe getting handcuffed and perp-walked would take the wind out of her sails.

Nope. She’d be a martyr. I don’t think her venom can get much more poisonous, but I think it could increase in volume, especially with the cash influx from her fellow haters.

From the ‘Also see:’ link at the top:

Back in October, Spencer and Geller expressed the view that Robinson’s legal troubles amounted to “sharia inspired victimisation”, and they had asked Americans to donate to Robinson’s “legal fund” via the EDL website.

23 engineer cat  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:47:09pm

intertubes have crapped out here at work, which has led to an uncontrollable outbreak of


people speaking to each other!

24 BongCrodny  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:47:49pm

re: #9 D-Notice

HMP Wandsworth isn’t the “highest security prison in the UK” as Gellar claims.

From that same Wikipedia article:

Education and training courses are offered at Wandsworth, and are contracted from A4E.[citation needed] Facilities at the prison include two gyms and a sports hall. The large prison chaplaincy offers chaplains from the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist, Mormon and Jehovah’s Witness faiths.

The establishment has an award winning in-cell radio station called ‘Radio Wanno’ managed by Kevin Field for Media for Development. The prison also offers offering prisoners training in radio production as well as literacy qualifications, ICT, employability and life skills while broadcasting programme information, advice and guidance for prisoners are supported in the seven reducing reoffending pathways.[citation needed]

Pam’s definition of “rotting in a UK jail under gruesome conditions” and mine are somewhat different, I think.

25 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:49:28pm

re: #20 HoosierHoops

If the FBI looks at her computers..all those 10’s of thousand emails?
I think she will have issues, I agree with you but like I said.. It requires proof.

The FBI has search algorithms to make that task easier. And I think ICE has probable cause to ask for a search warrant.

26 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:50:37pm

re: #22 wrenchwench

Nope. She’d be a martyr. I don’t think her venom can get much more poisonous, but I think it could increase in volume, especially with the cash influx from her fellow haters.

From the ‘Also see:’ link at the top:

I’m not so sure. Many are the loudmouths who learn to shut up when they find themselves facing hard time.

27 Dr Lizardo  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:50:37pm

re: #22 wrenchwench

Nope. She’d be a martyr. I don’t think her venom can get much more poisonous, but I think it could increase in volume, especially with the cash influx from her fellow haters.

From the ‘Also see:’ link at the top:

Pammy certainly would consider herself a martyr, and it would confirm to her followers the notion of some “jihad” against “real ‘Muricans!” I think a part of her has no fear of doing a perp walk….she can scream “creeping Sharia!” all the louder.

28 wrenchwench  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:52:24pm

re: #24 BongCrodny

From that same Wikipedia article:

Pam’s definition of “rotting in a UK jail under gruesome conditions” and mine are somewhat different, I think.

Some find exposure to education odious, apparently.

29 Dr Lizardo  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:52:57pm

re: #25 Dark_Falcon

The FBI has search algorithms to make that task easier. And I think ICE has probable cause to ask for a search warrant.

Send a tip to ICE. Maybe if they get enough of them, they’ll do something.

[Link: www.ice.gov…]

30 Jay C  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:54:42pm

And as if we need any more proof of Pam Geller’s whiny phony bullshit about poor Steven Lennon/Tommy Robinson/Paul Harris ‘s “rotting in jail for ten months”: most reports have him being charged on the passport crap and sent to slam last October after a hearing. And much wailing-and-gnashing from the Usual Crowd about poor Steven/Tommy/Paul ‘s “persecution”…

Let’s see: October, November, December, January…. that’s FOUR months on this planet… maybe Pammy’s reckoning by Islamic months or something….

31 wrenchwench  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:55:17pm

re: #26 Dark_Falcon

I’m not so sure. Many are the loudmouths who learn to shut up when they find themselves facing hard time.

She has shown no sign of ability to learn. Or to shut up.

Here’s the really sad part:

Frank says:

When did mediocrity and banality become a good image for your children?

Pam has 4 kids. And her example is way worse than ‘mediocrity.’ Banality of evil, maybe.

32 HoosierHoops  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:55:21pm

re: #25 Dark_Falcon

The FBI has search algorithms to make that task easier. And I think ICE has probable cause to ask for a search warrant.

Yes..If she really paid for the ticket.. the next part of the investigation will look at this closely…Now, I know this working 20 yrs for the Government.
The wheels turn very slow.. But they will grind you to a pulp eventually

33 Shiplord Kirel  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 2:56:24pm

In an earlier post on Robinson, Geller claimed that he had been thrown into the dungeon with various jihadists. These were alleged to be threatening him.
In turn, Pam offers her own threat to HM government:

The British Government is hereby forewarned that should any harm come to Tommy Robinson in prison, they will be held to account.

She doesn’t say how, but Freeper “Flintlock” picks up the retaliatory ball and runs with it:

Phyisical (sic) retaliation against Police is in order now.
It’s WAR, IMHO.

Lock and load, boys and girls—it’s coming here, too.

Btw, one of Pam’s themes is that the British government is completely subservient to the Muslim Brotherhood and other wicked jihad types. If so, why do they have any jihadists in prison with whom to threaten Mr. Robinson?

34 SidewaysQuark  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:01:39pm

Geller is increasingly resembling an amphibian.

35 engineer cat  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:01:41pm

re: #31 wrenchwench

She has shown no sign of ability to learn. Or to shut up.

Here’s the really sad part:

Pam has 4 kids. And her example is way worse than ‘mediocrity.’ Banality of evil, maybe.

“so what does your mom do for a living?”

“oh, she’s in the hate industry”

36 Dr Lizardo  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:02:07pm

re: #33 Shiplord Kirel

Btw, one of Pam’s themes is that the British government is completely subservient to the Muslim Brotherhood and other wicked jihad types. If so, why do they have any jihadists in prison with whom to threaten Mr. Robinson?

Because shut up, that’s why! ///

37 HappyWarrior  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:03:46pm

Only in Pam’s deranged mind can you threaten a foreign government and claim everyone else is a thug. Seriously, Pam if you hate the West so much and think we’re accommodating Islamists, why don’t you run for office rather than being a passive aggressive psychopath?

38 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:05:20pm

re: #33 Shiplord Kirel

In an earlier post on Robinson, Geller claimed that he had been thrown into the dungeon with various jihadists. These were alleged to be threatening him.
In turn, Pam offers her own threat to HM government:

She doesn’t say how, but Freeper “Flintlock” picks up the retaliatory ball and runs with it:

Btw, one of Pam’s themes is that the British government is completely subservient to the Muslim Brotherhood and other wicked jihad types. If so, why do they have any jihadists in prison with whom to threaten Mr. Robinson?

Pam seriously better think twice about supporting any attacks on police in any city. The NYPD has a serious dislike of people who do that.

39 Decatur Deb  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:06:02pm

re: #24 BongCrodny

From that same Wikipedia article:

Pam’s definition of “rotting in a UK jail under gruesome conditions” and mine are somewhat different, I think.

Really in tune with giving convicts hope for future useful employment, but is teaching this kind of guy improved broadcast communication skills the best idea? Better he should spend his time at the range learning to be a game warden.

40 wrenchwench  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:08:59pm

re: #34 SidewaysQuark

Geller is increasingly resembling an amphibian.

That’s batrachologically offensive.

Look how cute they are!

Image: 6840263658_491110f3c6_m.jpg

Image: Amphibian.jpg

41 HappyWarrior  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:09:36pm

re: #40 wrenchwench

That’s batrachologically offensive.

Look how cute they are!

Image: 6840263658_491110f3c6_m.jpg

Image: Amphibian.jpg

Yeah cute as opposed to Pam who’s just nasty.

42 Romantic Heretic  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:09:37pm

re: #17 Dark_Falcon

If Pam Geller bought airline tickets for so one she knew was trying to enter the US illegally then ICE might be able to charge her with conspiracy to violate immigration law. Maybe getting handcuffed and perp-walked would take the wind out of her sails.

I have this feeling they’d never take her alive.

43 Dark_Falcon  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 3:13:38pm

re: #42 Romantic Heretic

I have this feeling they’d never take her alive.

Baloney! Pam’s a loudmouth, no more. If ICE wanted her in cuffs, they’d be able to arrest her fairly easily.

44 Flavia  Wed, Jan 9, 2013 9:22:17pm

Proof positive that the “anti illegal immigrant” fury is more about racism than the law. Me, I don’t like illegal immigration. Period. Which means that, me, I want this guy in jail (for the crimes he committed) & then deported, even tho’ he’s white! Rolling eyes. (Hey, can we make an acronym - “RME” for “Rolling My Eyes” - to go with “SMH” - Shaking My Head…?)


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