"I then heard protests were spreading across the globe, I heard politicians, barristers were speaking out. I've heard so many people who have sat on the fence were now speaking out. To hear that 20 or 30 thousand people traveled to Britain to stand in solidarity with me is an amazing feeling. I truly am gobsmacked from the reaction of the public. I feel so loved, loved and appreciated. I received a bag of letters and emails everyday, I read every one, I'm so grateful, I want to say a thank you to every single person who has supported me.
I understand how difficult it is to speak out. I understand the many people have faced a backlash from friends and even from work for standing with me. Free Speech is not free when it has social consequences. I sit here happy, happy that this sentence has backfired on the establishment, happy that the public reaction has sent a message of the consequences if they have me murdered on this sentence. I've said for so long that there will be a moment in our country and none of us knows what that moment will be but it will change the direction of our nation. I think deeply about this, and for a while now I'm sure that I will be murdered for opposing Islam. A scary thought, but not as scary as thinking it will make no difference. Although now I sit here smiling at the thought that my murder would utterly start a revolution. I'm standing laughing out loud - it may seem mad, but knowing this is so satisfying. I've always said that I would sacrifice myself tomorrow if it would end the Islamic takeover of our beautiful land."
Honestly, listen to this letter written and weep! What a brave, brave soul.
May Providence keep Tommy safe.
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