Tommy Robinson: British police think tweets are an emergency
I've had enough experience with the police to know that their priorities aren't quite right.
I was arrested during a charity walk to help sick children, and my book Enemy of the State outlines how I quickly became a target of the British authorities for speaking up against extremism.
But the police really outdid themselves recently.
Wiltshire Police sent a threatening tweet to users, warning them about "spewing abuse" online, but they were met with a massive backlash.
Bedfordshire Police — the force I've been battling with for years — even spent a fortune on a new "counter extremism" app that focuses on the activities of patriots, instead of the Muslim gangs who have made my hometown of Luton a hotbed for extremism.
While London spends £1.7 million on a new "Hate Crime Hub," and local police forces pretend right wing Twitter users are dangerous, Britain gets more unstable by the day.