UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.

Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read

The Columbians

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The Columbians previously called The Columbian Workers Movement [1] and later refered to as the Columbian Party [2] [3] were a White supremacist organization incorporated in Atlanta, Georgia, August 18, 1946. At the time the name “Columbia” was synonymous with America--being derived from Christopher Columbus, the presumed discover of the New World. The Columbians were the first fascist group to appear in America since World War II. They wanted to ship all Jews and Blacks out of the country.


Founded by Homer Loomis, Emory Burke,and John H. Zimmerlee The Colombians was formed in an attempt to keep Blacks from purchasing homes in the middle-class White neighborhoods of Atlanta. In a short period of time they had nearly 500 dues paying members.[4] Their headquarters in Atlanta was located at 82 Bartow Street.

Donations came from General George Van Horn Moseley, George E. Deatherage, Gerald L. K. Smith, and young Chattanooga Klansman and attorney Jesse B. Stoner. Stoner's support for The Columbians was the exception to the rule for Klansmen. At the time the Klan had support of White professionals in Atlanta and a large membership among the Atlanta police force. The Klan saw The Columbians as rivals and were unwilling to organize the White working class.[5] One observer accused The Columbians or running a cut-rate hate racket charging their members three dollars for membership while the Klan took ten.[6]


The Columbians wore uniforms similar to the SA stromtroopers in Germany. Instead of a swastika they use a red thunderbolt symbol on their armbands. In the fall of 1946, two hundred Columbians were organized in Atlanta along military lines with ranks of sergeant, lieutenant and captain. At their rallies they would give the “National Socialist salute.”[7] The organization grew beyond Atlanta with chapters forming in Philadelphia, Indianapolis, New York City and Gary, Indiana.

The Columbians predicted political victory of their movement in a short period of time. They claimed they would assume control of Atlanta in six months, the state of Geogia in two years and the United States in ten. They had a program for the deportation of Blacks to Africa and the removal of Jews to the island of Madagascar.[8] (Madagascar was one of the areas the early Zionists had considered settling before they chose Palestine; other countries of choice were Uganda and Argentina.)


The Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League (NSANL) infiltrated the group by sending in a blond-haired woman, Renee Forrest (real name Renee Fruchtbaum),[9] who stole their records and took photos of correspondence using a fountain-pen camera.[10] [11]

The Columbians began a decline in Atlanta when the police arrested them on charges of intimidation, possession of explosives, disorderly conduct, inciting to riot and assault. It is unknown if these charges were justified or a means by the city to remove an unwanted political group. In June 1947, the state of Geogia striped the Columbians of their charter. Loomis and Burke were convicted on dubious charges and sentenced to thirty and thirty-six months respectively.[12]

Georgia Assistant District Attorney Dan Duke called the Columbians, "the juvenile delinquents of the Klan."[13]

The Columbians Creed

"I believe America today is a battlefield upon which two forces are contending for mastery; those two forces are the authentic American spirit and the anti-American, anti-western spirit of invasion and materialism."

"I believe the question which most clearly marks the line of battle between these two opposing, world shaking forces, is the subject of race."

"I believe the idea of Race Purity is born of the authentic American spirit, and those who champion this holy idea count among their fellow fighters the spirit of our great dead."

"I believe the idea of Racial Amalgamation is spawned by that anti-American, anti-western, alien spirit and that those who carry the banner of this idea are in mortal conflict with the whole depths of the American soul."

"I believe the time has come for every man to step forward and enlist to fight in the struggle either on the side of the American Spirit or on the side of the alien Asiatic spirit."

"I take my stand to fight in the ranks of those who believe in the holy American ideals of RACE, NATION and FAITH."



  1. "The Columbians, Inc.: a chapter of racial hatred from the post-World War II South", Journal of Southern History, November 1, 2003.
  2. No Place to Hide: The South and Human Rights, Volume 2, by Ralph McGill, page 84
  3. "Columbians Form Party, Say They’ll Rule Atlanta" The Miami News November 8, 1946
  4. "The Columbians, Inc.: a chapter of racial hatred from the post-World War II South", Journal of Southern History, November 1, 2003.
  5. Ibid, Journal of Southern History
  6. The Temple Bombing, by Melissa Fay Greene, Vintage 1997, page 34
  7. The Temple Bombing, by Melissa Fay Greene, Vintage 1997, page 33
  8. The Temple Bombing, by Melissa Fay Greene, Vintage 1997, page 34
  9. "Blond Who Helped to Spy on Columbians Had Danger Signal", The Milwaukee Sentinel, December 14, 1946
  10. The Columbians, Inc.: a chapter of racial hatred from the post-World War II South
  11. "Girl Secret Agent Helps Expose 'The Columbians'", St. Petersburg Times, December 11, 1946
  12. The Temple Bombing, by Melissa Fay Greene, Vintage 1997, page 145
  13. Hooded Americanism: The History of the Ku Klux Klan, By David Mark Chalmers, page 329

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