A major goal of West in Danger: helping those who speak out for so many of us. Everywhere we turn, we see that these people are working on a shoe string budget – if any budget at all.
One of these people is Tommy Robinson. He had been in a very hard place before – no money for a good lawyer, knowing the authorities wanted him in jail. Some friends put together a fund raising drive. They raised about £600 – approximately US$1000. Not nearly enough to pay for good legal defence.
The outcome: months in prison, including among violent Islamic offenders, for lying on a mortgage application – which would ordinarily lead to no criminal charge and definitely no prison sentence.
This project got started when Tommy was faced with court once more and was sure he was headed once more for prison, and would most likely be killed there.
That did not happen.
What happened this time?
In less than a day, we set up a fund raising drive which reached people around the world. Many of the people who heard of Tommy’s urgent need, were ready to give.
Donations came from 37 countries: Great Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malta, Martinique, Mauritius, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand.
The hope: that people around the world will now take on, more than ever before, donating to protect those who are working to protect all of us
– from the politically correct who are enabling the Islamization of the West, who are endangering all the freedoms the West has worked so hard to establish;
– from those too fearful to be just, too fearful of being called racist by Islamics and the politically correct;
– from the many forms of Islamic jihad.
What difference does this make?
Tommy walked out of court a free man – case dismissed, with costs – because enough money was raised so he could have top notch legal representation.
What difference does it make?
It can make all the difference in the world.
And why the image of a dog, you may ask?
One could give an image
– of a lofty cathedral or of a village church,
– of a major university or a country school where children learn how to read, write and think,
– or of men and women walking, talking, laughing together.
One could list what is threatened, from physical safety, to freedom of speech – on and on.
The image of the dog comes because even dogs are threatened by Islam, and by the politically correct who will not listen to the truth about Islam. Instead, they’re too caught in their fantasies about the world as they imagine it to be able to recognize the reality so very visible with all who have eyes to see.
We – and our dogs – will do what we can.