I would like to thank al-Hajj Abu Ja'far al-Hanbali for bringing these videos to my attention. After watching both of them, a much clearer picture has come into view:
As Mr Robinson repeatedly asks in his presentation, what would you do? How would you feel? He also points out many good things that Muslims have done, such as helping people after psychologically disturbed Muslims have thrown beer kegs and bricks through their windows. He also mentions that 50% of Muslims in the UK state that they don't feel represented by "mainstream" Muslim organisations, such as the Muslim Council of Britain, which is a Brotherhood front organisation. This is a positive statistic, as it means that the grip of the Brotherhood and Salafiyyah is not that strong. To understand more about the Brotherhood and how they operate in the Anglosphere, have a look at this documentary.
As for the progressive left, the self-anointed, it is in their very nature to babysit and coddle minorities in order to soothe their egos and make themselves feel special and important:
Muslims are thus duped into thinking that the government and the media are on their side, but they're not. The truth is that Muslims are being duped, manipulated and exploited from both sides, from the Islamists on the one hand and the progressive left government and media on the other, and both seek to stir up resentment and hatred. For example, as Mr Robinson deftly points out, it is local councils that ban the cross of St George from being displayed on taxis or demand that Christmas be renamed "winter festival", and they do so on the pretext that Muslims might be offended, but no Muslim has ever raised the issue, let alone claimed to be offended by it. Nonetheless, the result is that many Christians direct their ire at Muslims.