The arrest of far-right figurehead Tommy Robinson for contempt of court brought hundreds of demonstrators to Downing Street on Saturday brandishing banners, one saying ‘White Lives Matter’. He’s had a chequered past, first with the BNP, then the English Defence League, been in prison several times for mortgage fraud, as well as various assaults and drunken brawls. His latest custodial incident result from videoing defendants in a child abuse case. Much of his vitriol is aimed at Muslims.
Born 27 November 19 1982 to Irish immigrant parents, he has Sun, Uranus, Mercury, Venus all in crusading, fiery Sagittarius. His anger and hatred will come from Mars in Capricorn square a tough-minded and bleak Saturn Pluto in Libra; and he has a singleton Moon in Aries, perhaps square Mars, or if a late day birth, opposition Saturn Pluto as well, which would make it a highly toxic T Square with Mars on the focal point.
His Uranus will make him rebellious and his desire to upset the status quo is fuelled by that hate-filled Mars Pluto Saturn. Not a man to back down from a fight. An afflicted Mars in Capricorn can be cold, calculating, out for material gain and status, and have a total disregard for others.
His chart doesn’t make much of an impact on the UK’s apart from his Mars being opposition the UK Moon which is echoed in the relationship chart by an angry composite Mars square Mercury and Sun.
He’s a rabble rouser and will either end up back inside for a longer stretch at some point or dead as he provokes one punch-up too many. Tr Pluto is conjunct his Mars in 2018/2019 which is blocked every which way; with major disruptions from tr Uranus opposition his Saturn Pluto in 2018 and early 2019; and his Solar Arc Pluto is conjunct his Sun Uranus this year, then moving along with Solar Arc Saturn across his Mercury and Venus over the next few years, which will put significant road blocks in his way.
The amazon puff for the book about him reads:
“The powerful story of Tommy Robinson, former leader of the EDL and a man persecuted by the British state, simply for standing up in support of British troops. Tommy describes growing up on the streets of Luton, a town plagued by Islamic extremism and criminal gangs and how his livelihood was taken from him when he led a street protest against it. Hounded through the courts and thrown to the Muslim underworld which runs England’s prisons, when Tommy refused to be broken the police tried to blackmail him – into working for them.”