Assuming the role of a politically correct tool in this interview is a BBC interviewer whose name we do not know and do not find worthy of publishing. The courageous counterweight is Tommy Robinson of the English Defence League (EDL). The mindset of the interviewer is precisely the mindset that has infiltrated British culture and is complicit in the death of British soldier Lee Rigby; Robinson calls the interviewer out.
Speaking of Great Britain, the following quote is attributed to Sir Winston Churchill:
“An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.”
If you’ve ever wondered exactly what that means, the BBC interviewer is rather adept at feeding those crocodiles, which have eaten Rigby in a nearly literal sense.
Robinson wants to actually fight the crocodiles.
There’s another saying that comes to mind:
“Lead, follow, or get out of the way.”
The interviewer is in a leadership position which requires his use of the sword of truth. Instead, he’s arguing with the guy who demands that sword be used to protect British citizens and soldiers.
The most coherent argument from the interviewer in this near 30-minute clip is: “but, but, but, but, but, but…”