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posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Sunday, 18 December 2016, 14:53
Sad news this morning that the Mosque in Cumbernauld, Scotland, has been vandalised by some kind of idiot or idiots who think of themselves as Christian Crusaders.
This comes only a few days after Paul Golding, the leader of Britain First, was sent to prison for continued harassment of Muslims and their places of worship.
Last year, Golding's gang tried to hold a rally in the town but were driven away by locals who blocked their path. No doubt that group still exists in town. The police are, "investigating." Indeed. We'll be following up to make sure they are. The news also comes on the day that the Daily Telegraph reveals Muslims in Britain have donated ten tonnes of goods for the homeless at Christmas. That's exactly ten tonnes more than Britain First has collected and distributed to the poor.
The only thing Britain First are collecting for at this time of year are the exact people they collect for all year round; themselves.
What Britain First do not tell you is that, the constant videos on their Facebook page are already collecting them money by being monetized- every time some clicks on the website Britain First displays- they get paid.
And what do Britain First want people to click on so they can earn their filthy lucre? Why, yes, pictures and videos of people getting tortured or having their head cut off. Nice eh? Britain First describes the videos they show as "barbaric", we agree. Possibly only slightly more barabaric than actusally making money by spreading videos of the act, surely?
Posted: 18 Dec 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 17 December 2016, 10:50
Back in October I wrote how the British National Party's Scottish organiser had turned up with Nick Griffin and Jim Dowson during a tremendous punch up in down town Budapest, Hungary. Yes, Kenny McDonald is really a man about town these days. What with the British National Party being dead on its feet, he has plenty of time to be so.
Not one to be bitter about his party's demise, Kenny has been using Facebook to spread the propaganda of the Assad regime on behalf of Nick Griffin and to talk about Jo Cox, the MP murdered by a neo-Nazi like Kenny, getting what she deserved. Pure class, aren't they?
It's was a bad day for National Action (NA) yesterday with news that as well as being made illegal, Lawrence Burns, their dynamic Cambridge based dynamo was found guilty of being a racist plonker. Here's a picture of Lawrence in Newcastle last year with Italian mercenary Francesco Saverio Fontana- the man sent to the UK to recruit neo-Nazis to go and fight in the Ukraine. I'm sure Lawrence's brief, Adrian Davis, will have more luck next time as there are plenty more like Lawrence Burns to come..
A lot of National Action members were visited by the police yesterday and given letters warning them that they are no longer to promote NA or behave like tools in any way. I wonder if the police got the same response at a certain NA member's house as ITV News did the other day? On that occasion, the Aryan hard man's mother told the news crew that her hardened Aryan son was still in bed at midday and was a "very naughty boy..."
Another attractive Aryan boy due a visit from plod, is Thunderbirds extra, Jack Renshaw. Jack has made somewhat of a name for himself by constantly calling for Jews to be eradicated. The pint-sized barman (he left University earlier than his parents had hoped he would) has been back on Twitter to prove his worth as a Jew hating Nutzi. I would think, Jack, your time would be better spent getting ready for prison. You'll hardly be a pretty wallflower for long.
Not wanting to go to prison is one of our old favourites, Warren "Wazza" Faulkner, the convicted crack dealer from the gang, North East Infidels. Warren has been having a war of words with fellow Sunderland alumni, Billy Charlton, he of infamous CAPSLOCK fame, and a man in serious need of a recreational riot. Anyway, it appears Wazza went a little too far in bragging how much more violence he is responsbile for than Charlton. Oops!
Fearing he is about to get a tug from the police, "Wazza" has jacked in his Nazi activities to concentrate on his formidable charitable work. I doubt that would fool any judge, Wazza. Still, you would fair a lot better on the Friday night mixer at HMPS than say, Jack Renshaw.
And finally, what a week it has been. So long, for eight weeks (well, it'll be four) to Paul Golding. Golding invaded one Mosque too many and has been sent off to calm down at Her Majesty's pleasure. This will no doubt give Paul ample opportunity to study the good book he trashes every time he waves his unopened copy in the face of men and women trying to go about their lawful business.
The year's not over yet folks, and there are still more to come. Or go, to prison.
Posted: 17 Dec 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Wednesday, 14 December 2016, 18:44
Internet hardman Shaun Moth yesterday invited police attention by calling for the murder of Brexit campaigner Gina Mills and the Shadow Home Office minster Diane Abbott.
He also wrote in relation to the vicious killing by far right murderer Thomas Mair of Batley and Spen's Labour MP Jo Cox. His view? That "The more filthy red c*unts like Jo Cox get a bullet the better."
His odious comments were made when sharing a post about on the proscription of neo-Nazi nutters National Action on his own social media page.
The Facebook page which was set up by Preston's David Roocroft and was once caught out fleecing the Royal British Legion, is something of a magnet for far right crazies. One of its current admins is believed to be Bolton fascist Craig Barnes who stood with National Action when they visited his hometown last month.
A highly disturbed individual Moth also admitted he had been scouring the internet for "funny Jo Cox murder pictures". His pal then suggested her dreadful murder was a false flag incident.
He also posted to the New Daily Patriot of his desire to create his own political party. This would be called DRIVE, standing for Directly Resolve Immigration Via Extermination.
We wonder whether this disgusting specimen is the same Shaun Moth who was jailed in December 2015 for posting that he hoped a missing three-year-old Asian boy be found "under the wheels of a bus." The child's body was discovered the next day after he had been murdered.
Before he was given a 12 month sentence the court heard Moth was a heavy drinker and regular cocaine user.
Because social media is rife with fake profiles we're erring on the side of caution here, but should the same Shaun Moth now be picking up on old habits, we can reveal he's also a proudly anti-semitic Odin admirer.
He's also apoplectic that a print company refused to reproduce his picture of Adolf Hitler on a canvas. Not unreasonably they found his request a bit distasteful.
In order that the police may ascertain whether this Shaun Moth is the same one involved in the Mikaeel Kular case, we have copied the Facebook URL linked to the posts made this week. Given his public call for the "slow and painful death" of women in the public eye and the extermination of immigrants, this is one social media commentator in need of a police interview.
Posted: 14 Dec 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Tuesday, 13 December 2016, 21:52
With the news that Nation Action (NA) is to be proscribed as a terrorist organisation it gives HOPE not hate the chance to expose some of the people actively involved in the background of the organisation, who keep themselves on the fringes, but nevertheless have a crucial role within the group.
Since their inception, NA has taken the influences seeping out of radical nationalist groups from the Baltic States, Germany, France and Scandinavia and moulded and choreographed them into something they thought would be appealing to young people in the United Kingdom. The group’s founder, Ben Raymond, had been toying around with ideas and ideological inspiration for his group since he had a (bizarre) facebook page and website years before he had any followers. He also looked for a funder and a guiding hand, and found that in Larry Nunn, a former British National Party (BNP) organiser from Northampton who helped Raymond set up the group in 2012 after Raymond teamed up with former BNP member Alex Davies to write the group’s manifesto. Much of this is covered in further depth and detail here:
Raymond’s great attraction was to a radical fusion of anti-Capitalist and anti-Communist ideals that had already found their way into the UK in the late 1980’s and again in the late 90’s when they were updated and further still, again, in 2005.
This fusion, a “browning of the blackshirts” or often (later) referred to as “National Bolshevism” copies some of the mantra previously and traditionally espoused by the radical left. Straight Edge, militant environmentalism as well as anti-hunting / vivisectionist activists have been the favourites for targeting by fascists since the 1980’s when the then future BNP leader Nick Griffin turned the National Front on its head and destroyed it by uber radicalisation. Radical groups that operate in these areas have always given short shrift to fascist infiltrators and so we often found fascists poorly mimicking such groups.
The core of these radical ideas was co-opted into the group via Ashley Bell (AKA Tommy Johnson) and others. The former English Defence League (EDL) footsoldier had left the EDL when he became disillusioned with the drinking and drug taking the group was most famous for, and found himself immersed with Davies and Raymond in plotting a more austere and angrier far-right group than any had been involved in before. Hs left the National Front (NF) and they never really forgave him.
Part of this “austere” image was most in part to the group’s youth and its severe lack of funding. When National Action found itself wanting to pursue outdoor activities like training and “Hate Camps” for their activists it was Larry Nunn (who also uses the name Max Musson) who helped provide for them. Nunn is also advising National Action members on how to avoid arrest or criminal charges related to their National Action activities.
The first camp training camp NA organised was run under the name Sigurd Legion and led by Craig Fraser, though Fraser soon dropped out when the camps were exposed in the media.
The person who stepped in to train National Action is Martial Arts trainer Jimmy Hey, owner of the APEX Gym in Great Harwood, Lancashire.
Hey seems to take a good deal of influence from the Misanthropic Division (MD) / AZOV Battalion from the Ukraine, a group that is also domiciled here in the UK and led by the Italian neo-Nazi and mercenary Francesco Saverio Fontana.
Over the last two years, Hey has opened his gym to members of National Action to train in mixed martial arts as well as join them playing around with air rifles- mimicking battle scenarios which one assumes is to impress the MD’s leader in this country, Fontana. A number of National Action supporters/members, have decided however to apply to join the British Army instead.
As violence and acting like paramilitaries became more and more important to the group this year, Hey gave a speech National Action’s private conference held in Liverpool. He spent 30 minutes outlining his philosophy of fighting and the importance of healthy living and fitness to fight for what the group believed in.
We believe there may have been a small schism in the group. Members of the group have become more paranoid about infiltration, a short burst of arrests of their activists and also concerned that their leader, Raymond, is too childish and drunk on cheap lager and publicity to be taken serious.
The banning of National Action will not drive it “underground”. The group already operates as such. Already the group’s members are saying they will continue to organise and march en bloc together at other demonstrations, as like most people, they are still unclear as to how draconian the policing of the ban will be. Yesterday they were still encouraging people to get involved with them.
Will those now who have advised, trained and promoted the group follow suit? Yesterday, the group's international liaison officer sent his Mother to the front door to tell a TV news crew to "piss off." That's a start
Posted: 13 Dec 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Tuesday, 13 December 2016, 17:20
Two years ago, one Kim Kalkowski was a major preoccupation for anti-fascists in Camden Town, the small cosmopolitan corner of north London, synonymous with overpriced pints, down at heel pop stars, al fresco diners and gawking, browsing visitors and tourists.
This preoccupation had a habit of following her around. Similar, scandalous rumours had driven Kalkowski and her Italian boyfriend David from her native Germany. After all, all that high profile vegan Kalkowski (known as Kim) did was to open a vegan cake shop in a hip and trendy part of London.
Investigations by a number of outlets (including the equally hip Vice) threw up an interesting tale of Italian fascists domiciled in one of Britain’s most multicultural areas, the part-time residence of a certain Roberto Fiore and plenty of evidence that Kim’s boyfriend and employee, David Lavezzoli, had more than just a passing flirtation with violent gangs of fascists both in his native Italy and also those now domiciled in multicultural Camden Town.
There was even talk of Bonehead gigs in Camden boozers, windows being smashed in the dead of night and Kim’s shop ‘Cakes ‘N’ Treats, the subject of a boycott by residents.
Fast-forward over two years down to the English seaside resort of Margate, in Kent. For years, the town was in popular decline. Until recently, London councils had been filling empty seafront accommodation with emergency overspill.
Recently, however, the place has undergone a renaissance with the reopening of the £20m publicly funded historic Dreamland amusement park and a contemporary art gallery.
Earlier this year the town was christened “Shoreditch-on-Sea” as a wave of new indie-shops breathed life into the Old Town and beaten up old pubs threw out their drunks and began serving coffee on tablecloths, cask ales and posh lagers.
There’s a smell of fresh paint and new money in the town now thanks, in the main, to the decision to doff its cap to two of its favourite artistic notorieties: Joseph Turner and Tracey Emin.
Margate is no longer just another seaside town that forgot to close down. And, yes and, even a vegan cake shop and an Italian delicatessen-cum -restaurant moved in where previously there was just a Pizza Hut and an old bakers.
The cake shop, titled Seaside Cake Parlour is owned by one Kim Stickling – the maiden name of the aforementioned Kalkowski – and the nearby Italian restaurant, L’Olivio, is owned by one David [Carnevale] aka David Lavezzoli both of Camden Town infamy.
Even though they claim they are no longer together, Kalkowski and Lavezzoli live together and their businesses are registered to their address. Both are only a few metres away from each other. Committed vegan Kalkowski also works in David’s rather non-vegan restaurant.
This new renaissance for the town has also bought Italian and Swedish boneheads to the town. Boneheads are now regular visitors to Margate – 77 miles from London – to consult their cakie specialists, David Lavezzoli and Kim Kalkowski.
We now have dozens of photographs that show despite her claims, Kim is not exactly the continual accidental acquaintance of violent fascists and nazis and the couple recently attended the Blood &Honour ‘ISD’ concert in Cambridgeshire.
The seemingly unsuspecting landlords and landladies, finally enjoying a renaissance of the seaside boozer now often play host to gangs of tattooed Boneheads from abroad. One pub even put out a picture of their heavily tattooed Italian neighbour and restaurateur on social media wearing an England shirt.
By all accounts, certain Boneheads like nothing more than trudging along the sandy beach in their large boots as if they were following in the footsteps of the original Vikings.
Lavezzoli, who appears to be the child of some kind of aristocratic Italian hippies, loves tattoos, so it should come as no surprise that the notorious Swedish tattooist Björn Stam is another regular visitor to the couple.
We visited the cake shop in Margate, but it was closed. Kalkowski, now using her maiden name Stickling, was out of the country and did not return our calls. Neither was L’Olivio open.
However, Lavezzoli was available to chat on the phone. He acknowledged he is the same David Lavezzoli who had run around with Italian fascists and hooligans in London, but denied he was a fascist himself. “I just have lots of fascist friends. And friends from the left side,” he told us.
When asked about the numerous photographs that exist of him entertaining nazis, Lavezzoli suggested we visited him to find out, when he could then cut off our testicles and feed them to us.
As of yet we have not decided whether we prefer them sautéed, roasted or battered.
And now this...
An Italian fugitive has been arrested in Margate, Kent, by officers from Scotland Yard after the Italian authorities issued a European arrest warrant.
The arrest took place on Friday 25 November 25 after police in Lucca in central Italy were tipped off he was hiding there.
Adam Mossa, 28, was arrested working at a seafood restaurant. He is a well known member of the “Bulldogs” football hooligan gang
and lead singer/guitarist of nazi hate music band Nessuna Resa
Mossa had been on the run since being found guilty and sentenced to eight years of house arrest when he and other gang members launched a violent attack on a pub in 2010.
The assault resulted in a man permanently losing the sight in one eye. Sentences were eventually passed in July 2015. Two other fascists got seven years each.
Mossa was a well known associate with other Italian nazis currently residing in and hanging around Margate.
Already there is a number of funding events being set up in the vain hope of helping Mossa, who is due to appear at the Old Bailey on 14 December, fight extradition.
Among those who have come forward to help is Nick Griffin and Jim Dowson’s old chum, the convicted terrorist Roberto Fiore. His fascist group has organized a fundraising “gig” for Mossa.
Posted: 13 Dec 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Thursday, 8 December 2016, 12:29
You'd think North East Infidel Darrin Kelly would have lain low having avoided a custodial sentence following his conviction for violent disorder.
Having previously thought he would get at least 12 months inside, Kelly was relieved yesterday when the judge instead gave him four months, suspended for two years. His relief was understandable given many of his partners in this particular crime in Dover have been locked up for 18 months or more. Shane Calvert, leader of what's left of the North West Infidels, got 30.
But rather than count his blessings and zipping it, Kelly immediately had his picture taken outside Newcastle Crown Court where he had appeared via video link before a Canterbury judge.
Not only did a clearly unrepentant Kelly pose with fellow far right activists, he proceeded to abuse a security guard. This, remember, within the first hour served of a two year sentence which requires him to behave himself.
Reasons cited for Kelly's unusually light sentence included that it was his first offence and that he was unable to work in his trade due to a back problem. He subsequently appears to mock the court for accepting this as mitigation saying: "Love the bit where it says unable to work for ten years in my trade maybe I was working from home."
No doubt that was all above board with no benefits claimed and all taxes paid.
That aside Kelly's injudicious comments and behaviour might make interest reading for Judge James O’Mahony who handed down his sentence. After all, he may be minded to follow the lead of Judge Beverly Lunt who jailed two drug dealers after they mocked the suspended sentences she had previously handed down.
To read the Northern Echo's reporting of Darrin Kelley's court case click here.
Posted: 8 Dec 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments