Caolan Robertson

From infomakkah.com

Caolan Robertson is "a film maker, political writer and social commentator"[1] and former UK contributor to The Rebel Media, which he joined in March 2017 and left in August 2017.[2][3] On 17 August 2017, he said he was planning on launching "a new channel" and ask for donations.[4] That new channel he was talking about is evidently YouTube channel "The Culture Report".

Views

Islamophobia

Caolan thinks that "Being an islamaphobe is the most rational and logical thing you can be if you care about basic human rights".[5]

Fascism

On 11 June 2017, Caolan commented that he was "So tired" at that moment, because "Doing fascism is exhausting".[6] This may have been his idea of a joke, because on 6 June he tweeted: ". @hopenothate are encouraging protests of Jewish & LGBT marches in the UK. Disgusting Homophobic & Fascist charities have no place in 2017".[7]

2017

Reaction to 22 March 2017 Westminster attack

Caolan and Tommy Robinson went to the scene of the 22 March 2017 Westminster attack to give their reaction to what had just taken place. Coalan started by saying he didn't "think it is very surprising to anybody" that the person who carried out the attacks was of Asian origin. He said: "If you import a culture, you get a culture. This is a culture of violence, destruction and terrorism and there should be no surprise when we see it on our streets."[8][9] When another reporter who was on the scene expressed doubt over whether the attacks were known for certain to have been carried out by foreign terrorists,[10] Caolan Robertson said to him: "The blood is on the hands of people like you and the left, who have allowed these people to come into this country and cause chaos!"[11]

HOPE not hate speculates over who made changes to its Wikipedia page

On 1 June 2017, the group HOPE not hate complained in an article on its website titled "HOPE NOT HATE WIKIPEDIA PAGE SMEAR: REBEL MEDIA LINKS?" that an anonymous editor using the IP address 82.28.63.190 changed HOPE not hate's Wikipedia page to make it say the group was a "a far left extremist group, similar to Antifa" and a "left-wing political extremist organisation" "that targets those who offer 'viewpoints which contradict our multicultural leftist agenda'". The article noted that someone, possibly the same person, had used that same IP address to add Caolan Robertson's details to therebel.media's Wikipedia article and asked "whether the libellous edits came from someone in Robertson’s inner circle."[12]

Interviews Mark Antro

0n 8 June 2017, Caolan interviewed Mark Antro, the man who posted a video on Twitter in which CNN's Becky Anderson was shown speaking in front of a group of Muslim protesters, who were being told where to stand as they were being filmed. When Mark's video went viral, people accused CNN of staging the protest.[13] Mark says that the Caucasian officers on the scene left and Asian officers came into the scene with the Muslim protesters.[14] Mark then heard Becky say: "This is a wonderful scene." At this point, both Mark and a BBC producer standing next to him looked at each other and laugned.[15] After CNN was done filming, the Asian officers left and the two Caucasian officers came back.[16] Mark said to Caolan: "As far as I'm concerned, I didn't see a protest."[17]

On 4 June, Caolan tweeted: "CNN have just been caught in a leaked video with reporter @BeckyCNN FAKING a muslim protest against #LondonBridge."[18] CNN tweeted to Caolan: "This is nonsense. Police let demonstrators through the cordon to show their signs. CNN along with other media simply filmed them doing so."[19]

External links

Caolan on Twitter Caolan on Twitter

References

  1. "Caolan Robertson, UK CONTRIBUTOR". therebel.media. Archived. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  2. Caolan Robertson (14 March 2017). "SJWs and Antifa at Ireland's Women’s March struggle to answer basic questions". therebel.media. Archived. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  3. Ishmael N. Daro (17 August 2017). "Canada's Far-Right Rebel Media Is Imploding Right In Front Of Our Eyes". buzzfeed.com. Retrieved 19 August 2017.
  4. Caolan Robertson (17 August 2017). "WHY I LEFT THE REBEL MEDIA." 11:15. YouTube. Retrieved 20 August 2017.
  5. Caolan Robertson (19 June 2017). "Being an islamaphobe ... " twitter.com. Archived at archive.org. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  6. Caolan Robertson (11 June 2017). So tired ... " twitter.com. Archived at archive.org. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  7. Caolan Robertson (6 June 2017). . @hopenothate are encouraging ... " twitter.com. Archived at archive.org. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  8. Danny Boyle, Sophie Jamieson, Barney Henderson and Chris Graham (22 March 2017). "Attack on Parliament March 22: The Westminster rampage at the heart of Britain's democracy". telegraph.co.uk. Archived at archive.org. Retrieved 26 March 2017.
  9. "London attack: Leftists laugh at Tommy Robinson". YouTube. therebel.media. 22 March 2017. Retrieved 26 March 2017.
  10. "London attack: Leftists laugh at Tommy Robinson". 1:56. YouTube. therebel.media. 22 March 2017. Retrieved 26 March 2017.
  11. "London attack: Leftists laugh at Tommy Robinson". 3:09. YouTube. therebel.media. 22 March 2017. Retrieved 26 March 2017.
  12. Simon Murdoch (1 June 2017). "HOPE NOT HATE WIKIPEDIA PAGE SMEAR: REBEL MEDIA LINKS?". hopenothate.org. Retrieved 8 July 2017.
  13. Jessica McBride ("WATCH: CNN Denies Staging Fake London Protest Video". heavy.com. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  14. "EXCLUSIVE: Unseen footage of CNN’s staged anti-ISIS Muslim protest". 1:20. YouTube. Rebel Media. Published 8 June 2017. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  15. "EXCLUSIVE: Unseen footage of CNN’s staged anti-ISIS Muslim protest". 2:00. YouTube. Rebel Media. Published 8 June 2017. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  16. "EXCLUSIVE: Unseen footage of CNN’s staged anti-ISIS Muslim protest". 2:25. YouTube. Rebel Media. Published 8 June 2017. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  17. "EXCLUSIVE: Unseen footage of CNN’s staged anti-ISIS Muslim protest". 3:05. YouTube. Rebel Media. Published 8 June 2017. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  18. Caolan Robertson (4 June 2017). "CNN have just ... " twitter.com. Archived at archive.org. Retrieved 7 July 2017.
  19. CNN International PR (4 June 2017). "This is nonsense ... " twitter.com. Archived at archive.org. Retrieved 7 July 2017.