He claimed the ‘non-Muslim working-class communities’ in Britain did not have a voice and warned of the perceived situation – ‘it’s not going to end pretty’.
He also acknowledged some of the EDL’s tactics were ‘completely questionably’, but added: ‘What choice do we have as working-class people’.
Robinson said he ‘utterly condemns’ attacks on Muslims and denied his far-right group had been behind the attack on an Islamic community centre in Muswell Hill last week, which saw the building burned to the ground.
EDL graffiti was found on the building, but Robinson told the BBC: ‘If something was set fire and someone wrote David Cameron on the side of it, does it mean he did it?
‘If I’m honest, I’m completely sceptical that it is even non-Muslims that have done that.’