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posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Monday, 29 February 2016, 21:51
Not content with being the "white Delia Smith" the NF's Deb McMahon now seems to want to become the Nazi Mystic Meg.
As with her infamous white man's buffet though, the act proved to be pretty stale. In fact she turned out to something of a revisionist psychic, seeing things only after they had happened.
The day prior to the North West Infidels second ill-fated sojourn to Liverpool, McMahon was in quite a tizzy about the fun to be had. "Love flashes" she wrote, which thankfully meant allegedly impromptu demos and not hubby Kev peeling open his dressing gown. She was, she said, looking forward to a day out by the Mersey.
Come Saturday, presumably sat at home in Heywood having been noticeably absent from the day's humiliation, she was screeching an altogether different tune. Now, after the event, she saw it coming. "Best to stay away" she said, although she claimed Kev had gone anyway. He wasn't seen and, let's face it, he's a big fella, hard to miss. Safe to say he was safe away.
With Blackpool next stop on the NWI's tour of police kettles, no doubt she'll be trying out the act again. The end of the pier sounds a good venue.
Posted: 29 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Sunday, 28 February 2016, 16:19
Any sane, rational person learns from history which habitually repeats itself.
Maybe the North West Infidels don’t consider last August to be history just yet. So, after the humiliation of the so-called White Man’s March they yesterday returned to Liverpool – for more.
Organiser Shane “Diddyman” Calvert thought he’d pulled a blinder. Brains announced Manchester as the venue, then 24 hours prior cackled on Facebook that it would be Liverpool, hoping for little opposition. Diddyman underestimated the city which has a fine tradition of routing fascists. Around 1,000 gathered to see him and his gang off.
And rout them they did. The national mobilisation of fascists drew around 100, including just 30 of the century of Polish hooligans promised. Many faces appeared to be missing. The NF’s McMahons, Daz Lumb, Liam Pinkham…. It seems a rift hasn’t healed.
The first gaggle of around 30 goosesteppers congregated in the Crown Hotel which was promptly surrounded by proud and loud Liverpudlians, a cordon of street bobbies and then a parade of police vans. The latter were used to force a path for the fascists who shuffled through, getting not to St George’s Hall where a second group had formed, but to a pen down the side of Lime Street. They probably remember it from last time.
Early doors Shaun Jones, who was previously convicted for hurling racist abuse in Bolton, called a local woman a “jungle bunny.” She laughed in his fat face.
Meanwhile, Paul Prodromou led his troops safely from behind. He must have a copy of Diddy’s training manual. Both thereby avoided the constant hail of eggs and more that rained down upon the likes of Andrew “Roid Rage” Royston, a notably angry Wayne Jarvie and the Polish who obligingly threw Nazi salutes when requested by a photographer. Apparently they’re not welcome to the next humiliation.
It got very, very feisty. A girl, simply passing through, took a brick to the face, an act seen as a "result" by the NWI.
Eventually, after the fascists were penned against a corner wall, riot police laid on a moving kettle so they could escape through the angry 1,000-strong crowd to Lime Street. Further chaos ensued as the cops helped them onto a Manchester train which they promptly vandalized. They have a thing about our rail infrastructure it seems. Arrests followed. Weapons seized.
If yesterday showed anything it’s how Diddyman is happy to encourage his followers to go tooled up to a famously anti-fascist city to face certain humiliation and inevitable arrest. They might want to think about that.
Posted: 28 Feb 2016 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Monday, 22 February 2016, 13:03
Yesterday we reported on the EDL's dismal demonstration in Preston, a sad affair which saw barely 100 fascists coralled down a side street in the Lancashire rain.
Our report noted how the group's speeches went not just unseen but unheard. It turns out this was probaby just as well.
Last night the EDL posted a video of the event. This was carefully edited, filmed close up to disguise the pathetic size of the gathering, the producer seemingly trying to suggest a rally of Nuremberg proportions rather than the pitiful reality so clearly depicted in a police helicopter photograph. He was less diligent though in editing the speeches.
These were mainly the usual lies about denial of freedom of speech - made, er, during a speech on a public street - and typically laughable lies of the creeping sharia variety. Lancashire Police will be surprised to hear bizarre assertion that they need ask Muslim leaders permission to go out on patrol.
But where some judicial editing was seriously needed was during leader Ian Crossland's rambling oration. It was unlikely to have impressed the locals nor won them over to the fascist cause.
It was all a bit nonsensical and ungrammatical. Perhaps, then, it's best if we quote verbatim the finest leader the far right has seen since Pegida's Tim Scott. So here goes....
"We should be allowed any form of expression as it's not offensive, such as flying the George cross, supporting our nation as a patriot, even marching through a flea pit, shitty Preston town that is happening up and down our country."
Preston is a proud and beautiful city. Its residents, who were out in force celebrating it on Saturday, won't recognise that description. They might just find it offensive Ian.
There's plenty more in that dribbling 40 word sentence to take issue with. Ian, you can fly the flag of St. George and no-one will be offended by it. They might take issue with you scrawling on it though. That seems rather disrespectful, maybe a little offensive.
You might also find people label as offensive screaming at a random Asian man "You're a rapist" and calling onlooking Prestonians "c*nts" and "traitors".
So Ian, what happened on Saturday is that, so far at least, you got away freedom of speech that was offensive. However, because you decided to post your own amusingly edited video of the day's pathetic proceedings, you've not got away with insulting Preston and its honourable citizens. Way to go Crossland.
Posted: 22 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Sunday, 21 February 2016, 21:28
It’s been a busy week for Ian Crossland, leader of the wretched remains of the English Defence League.
First he was up in court for the conclusion of the trial which followed violence at the 2014 March for England, an event which is little more than a front for the EDL and other fascist groups, little more than an excuse for a kick-off in the name of St George.
Unlike his EDL colleagues, Crossland got off. Curious that. In court fellow Sheffielder and EDL activist Alan Titterton, who was not so fortuitous, forewent the traditional stance of no surrender to claim he felt intimidated by anti-fascists who challenged the EDL in Brighton.
He and his fellow guilty fascists must now wait until April to find out their sentences for violent disorder. That gives plenty of time to consider how Crossland escaped a guilty verdict.
Free from court and the thought of many nights in clink, Crossland was able to concentrate his efforts on the EDL’s first national demo of 2016. The venue was Preston where the weather matched the EDL turnout: dismal and miserable.
Some 100 fascists showed up to protest against mythical no go areas, including Deepdale which that very day hosted nearly 6,000 Sheffield Wednesday alongside Preston North End’s home faithful. No doubt they were all Muslim.
Of those 100, 33 trekked from the North East, including members of the Darlington Defence League which until very recently hosted one Paul O’Brien. O’Brien, a Blood and Honour fan, couldn’t join his pals for the Preston piss-up. He was last week given a nine-year jail sentence for rape, sexual assault and assault by penetration, a case which the judge was moved to describe as “beyond appalling.” O’Brien also threatened to kill his victim.
The DDL, though, weren’t going to let the sentencing of one of their own for a disgusting sex crime get in the way of an alcoholic away-day. They no doubt also didn’t see the irony of one EDL protester screaming “You’re a rapist” in the face of an Asian Prestonian who was merely watching on as the EDL shuffled past. Neither did they condemn an action which may yet result in a court appearance.
As for the demo itself, it was the living, lager-scented definition of pointlessness. Crossland’s motley crew had largely been bussed in to a small pub. Having fuelled up they were escorted by Lancashire Police (who significantly outnumbered them) around the corner to their protest point. This was a side street, barricaded at one end. From there they held speeches which the good people of Preston could neither hear nor see.
It was largely uneventful, barring the lairy gobbiness of the bedraggled chap who, as well as abusing the Asian gent, yelled to anyone who happened to be watching on that they were “traitors” and “c****.” The only other bit of excitement came when one excitable EDL woman lost the offensive banner she had sought to shove in people’s faces. It claimed that Preston had been divided by Islam, a claim which as well as being demonstrably false was being put forward by a woman from Liverpool whose local knowledge was proven woeful. The banner somehow came into the possession of Preston Antifascists.
Meanwhile, just around the corner from the EDL gathering, those very good people were enjoying copious quantities of cake, savouries, drinks and music which was decidedly more upbeat and tuneful than that proffered by the EDL’s in-house plodders, Alex & The Bandits.
It may have cost an awful lot to police given hundreds of officers and the helicopter were deployed, but it was a good day for Preston. In fact It was a good day for the nation. This was a last throw of the dice for the EDL. Crossland had failed to hit his own unambitious attendance target of 200, and the few that turned up went unseen by Prestonians who simply got on with getting on.
As for Crossland, well it looks like he’ll go the full Nazi and throw his lot in with the violent thugs of the North West Infidels.
Posted: 21 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Friday, 19 February 2016, 15:34
A while ago I stopped drinking in local boozer. Something unpleasant was happening. A drunken roofer with a vile, racist mouth was putting me off my beer.
In the end, I was just pleased to move away. One of the reasons I was glad to move away was the antics in my local of that buffoon of the highest order. A racist wally who dressed like a biker but didn't have a motorbike, who spouted vile racist filth like it was from a bible, but I wasn't sure he had ever actually read a book.
And he was what one other drinker described as being a "little on the nose." Yes, he was indeed.
So imagine my surprise when who should turn up in Dover the other week when nazis were throwing rocks at the police and local kids- James "Jimmy" Kaprini from the Unicorn pub.
Kaprini, it turns out, has joined one of a plethora of daft nazi gangs. At the moment he is a member of the faux motorcycle gang "Southern Sons of Odin" as well as "Right Wing Resistance" a group of idiots capable of only resisting education. And soap.
As my colleague often says (through experienced and gritted teeth) "only a truly stupid nazi actually describes themselves as right wing." Yes, interesting..
Yes, Kaprini from Sittingbourne in Kent is a rising star in his own little orbit. But little has changed. He is still a gobby no mark.
Today it is being reported that a Muslim man, an Imam, has been murdered in Rochdale in Greater Manchester. I don't know much about the victim yet. But he is someone's son, maybe someone's Father. He may have once held his daughter's hand at her wedding. He may be some little kid's Grandfather. He may have been the sort of man who still gives up his seat for women on the bus.
Someone, somewhere, regardless of what sort of man he was, will be missing and mourning him.
Gobshite James "Jimmy" Kaprini however, is glad he is dead.
That's why we oppose racists and fascists. They are inhumane.
Posted: 19 Feb 2016 | There are 3 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Friday, 19 February 2016, 12:15
The habitual abuse by racist thugs of female activists in Wigan shows no sign of abating despite the conviction of Wigan's National Front (NF) organiser Daniel Lewis under the Public Order Act.
Lewis was issued with a restraining order after being found guilty of using threatening or abusive words or behavior words towards a Wigan woman and her teenage son. The court action follows Lewis previously being issued with orders preventing him visiting the homes of another local woman and gay man after he harassed and abused both of them.
This conviction comes just a few months after Lewis, who lives at home with his Mum, called for gay people to be gassed in a post on the Manchester Evening News’ Facebook page about the city’s annual Pride celebrations.
Lewis is also in the process of organising another bit of 'white pride' nonsense in Wigan for May. No doubt it will be pitifully attended and sporadically violent. The last time Lewis organised a Wigan gathering his drunken and violent nazi saluting brethren intimidated local residents, including children, after worryingly being given free-reign to stomp the streets by both town centre officials, the council and Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
Despite the current feud between the NF and the North West Infidels, Lewis can be also be expected to attended the Infidels’ next pointless get together in Manchester next week.
Both the NF and Infidels attended the recent violent and destructive far- right shindig in Dover. Let us hope that a more robust response will be offered by GMP and the council with regard to the forthcoming planned events and the protection of decent people who wish to protest against violent women-haters coming to their town.
The continued intimidation and harassment of female trade unionists, socialists and antiracists in Wigan is a major cause for concern. HOPE not hate is aware of a number of cases of stalking, death threats and criminal damage carried out by individuals linked to the National Front and NWI. As of yet it appears that the local police have not made any further arrests.
The Manchester demonstration at the end of this month is being organised by Shane Calvert, a thug with a conviction for violent disorder as well as an attack on his former partner whilst she was pregnant.
Calvert has pledged not to co-operate with the authorities in the run up to his demonstration in Manchester on the 27th. He has however, already (unwittingly?) helped police in Kent identify his violent nazi colleagues by splashing pictures of their violent antics in Dover all over the internet.
We are hoping that the endless harassment and violence of women and activists now ends before someone gets seriously hurt.
Posted: 19 Feb 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Wednesday, 17 February 2016, 11:44
Saturday sees the splintered remains of the EDL visiting Preston to complain about no-go areas which, as one local amusingly pointed out in a video that went very much viral, don’t exist.
Reality of course rarely intrudes on the minds of the far right and so their dwindling band of misfits will meet in a pub before shuffling some 300 metres to their static protest point. The journey should take a total of 180 seconds, leading one Facebook wag to paraphrase The Selecter and dub them “three minute zeroes.”
Among those sad shufflers will be Blackpool’s Clare Arrowsmith and her Staffordshire Bull Terrier whose identity we have hidden to protect his reputation. Clare claims to be grooming the poor dog to become an “EDL bitch” which – and our O level Biology comes in handy here – may require a little more than Barbara Woodhouse’s Dog Training My Way. We also don’t think Barbara trained her cuddly canines to “eat the f*****s”, Claire’s phraseology for those whose politics fall to the left of David Lane, the man with a 14 word dictionary.
It’s impossible to remain jocular about this though when considering that the dog Claire owns and disciplines, savaged her young son last year. The poor boy was left with a nasty injury to his left cheek which required several stitches. How the Staffie might react within the febrile atmosphere of an EDL demo is anyone’s guess.
As Woodhouse and countless other dog trainers and animal behavioural specialists have pointed out, there is no such thing as a bad domestic dog, just bad owners. That’s a point validated by Arrowsmith who last August was found guilty of religiously aggravated threatening behaviour having hurled racist abuse at a North West Infidels demo in Blackburn.
Meanwhile it remains to be seen which members of the EDL leadership will attend Preston. At least one may be unavoidably detained elsewhere.
Posted: 17 Feb 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Wednesday, 17 February 2016, 11:27
Paul O'Brien from Darlington has been sentenced to nine years imprisonment for a rape and attack described by a judge as "beyond appalling."
O'Brien is well known to us at HOPE not hate as he is a longstanding activist in the nazi music scene, and a regular attendee at gigs organised by the Blood & Honour music network.
O'Brien said he would return to kill the tearful victim – even if he were to go to prison.
The 47-year-old, of Oakland Oval, Darlington, admitted offences of rape, sexual assault and assault by penetration in relation to the incident in October last year.
Bearded O’Brien, who sat stoney faced in the dock throughout the sentencing hearing, smashed the woman’s phone and demanded sex, before carrying out what was described as a sustained attack.
The full details of O'Brien's case can be read here.
Rather similar to the case of Ryan Fleming, another nazi sex attacker, O'Brien's nazi friends are not making any comment condemning their comrade's behaviour. O'Brien was the Blood & Honour link person in Darlington and his court case was known to all of his colleagues.
On his Facebook accounts it is apparent that most have unfriended O'Brien, leaving only a small group of Darlington casuals on his friends' list.
Posted: 17 Feb 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 17 February 2016, 10:22
There is a lot to get through this week. Kent police have just released some images from the Dover riots, where neo-nazis threw rocks and bottles in their bid to ingratiate themselves with British truck drivers. Yeah, exactly; how does that work?
All of those pictured are (unsurprisingly) from the extreme far-right. This release could not really have come at a worse time for the neo-nazi movement in this country. Their competition-the 'Counter-Jihadists' appear to be broken or just slumped outside a nightclub somewhere and so the lead in hate crime was really in their court.
But since Dover there have been rumblings of discontent. Some people apparently stepped out of line, and try as he might to be the Godfather of all things "unity," Paul Prodromou has been doing his best make things difficult for the rest of the nazi movement.
Having been overlooked for the job as leader of the National Front (NF) Prodromou has been quietly sticking the knife into the party from behind the scenes. The NF were hoping to be joint organisers on the North West Infidels' (NWI) Manchester rally later this month, but it appears that the NF are getting shoved out of the picture in favour of a more European contingent. The NF are less than happy about this proposed arrangement and as discussions have become more and more unintelligible one NWI member has told the wife of one National Front leader who could feel his nose being put out of joint to "get back in the kitchen and cook the fat slob his breakfast."
Stirring this pot all the time has been Prodromou, who has a real issue with the NF appointing a Scotsman to the leader's job he so wanted. He is particularly angry with former Chairman Kev Bryan who appointed Dave McDonald instead of him. I can never forget Prodromou's expression stood behind the two of the them at the NF's march to the Cenotaph last November. He had an expression of a man resigned to rage and jealousy and of course, not actually being white enough for the job he so wants.
Not to be put down for too long, Prodromou has been sticking the knife in to the NF and also planning to do pretty much the same to state grass and dirty farmer Eddie Stampton. It's all rather dramatic by Prodromou. Akin, in fact, to the dumped wife telling her husband to choose between her and his new lover. But there you go.
The release of the Dover pictures will now lead to a rather large swell of bitter nazis ringing the police to dob their comrades in for throwing rocks at them. If we can name seven of those pictured, how many do you reckon Stampton and Layzell alone can name? Answers on a postcard to Kent County Constabulary...
One of those people who has not as yet received a tug from the police is Deaton Whitbread, part of the father and son team who went to Dover. Funnily enough, Deaton has been waxing lyrical about how hard he is and what he believes in.
We'll leave that there. The rumour about Deaton is... Deaton's business.
It's been a few weeks now since we exposed the teen nazi gang National Action for shielding a sex-offendor in their ranks. Since then, National Action (NA) have been suggesting that Ryan Fleming's conviction for torturing a vulnerable young man and forcing him to perform a sex act was actually the work of the Zionist Occupation Government (ZOG). Yes, before NA even recruited Ryan Fleming and encouraged him to attempt to groom more potential young victims, the Jews apparently stitched Fleming up and made him do disgusting and degrading things to a vulnerable young man. Then the Jews sent Fleming to prison for it. One must assume that the Jews also made Fleming join National Action, then?
What is more disturbinng is that Fleming is part of a teenage gang that by all accounts drool over videos of bestiality, beheadings and torture . Fleming has been inundating our website with more and more information about himself and his sick fantasies. He makes Garron Helm's lovesick poetry appear positively normal.
Posted: 17 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 16 February 2016, 20:43
There's not really a lot left to write about the British National Party (BNP). They're getting dafter by the day. Dafter than even we could ever have imagined, hoped or dreamt.
Unable to campaign the way they used to (i.e get out and meet the voting public) their campaign for London Mayor has been a series of dodgy photo opportunities, fake reports, and grown men having hot baths together. It's even fronted by their Chairman, a village idiot banned from working with children. Go figure.
They have now put a video out to compliment their faux campaign to the strains of 'London Calling' by the punk band The Clash. Of course, The Clash were firmly antifascist and the BNP does not have permission to use the song.
The video is shit. Hopefully the Clash or those associated with the remaining members will sue.
Posted: 16 Feb 2016 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 16 February 2016, 17:40
It was a busy weekend for the half of our far-right that obsesses about Islam. As part of his war against tourism, Stephen Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson), popped out for a drink with his missus and then found himself- allegedly, in hospital with concussion.
They say he had concussion and had been glued/stitched up, but then they also said he was having a long sleep. I'm not sure that's the right way to deal with concussion. But what do I know? Well, they did remove the announcement.
One is reminded of another night out with his missus Lennon once had that ended up with him assaulting an off duty police officer who went to Mrs Lennon's aid after Stephen lost his rag. Oh yes, they also found a quantity of drugs that time.
So, will we ever get to the bottom of what really happened last weekend? It's unlikely. However, I'm in no doubt we will be asked to believe that Lennon was innocently supping in a night club occupied by the Mujahideen or some such global Jihadist entity. Send your donations to the usual address etc, etc.
Having been chased out of Bradford on Saturday afternoon, Britain First's leadership were in court yesterday in relation to their previous activities in Luton. The answer to the Britain First problem appears to be just banning them from going places. We're not really getting on top of the problem, are we Home Secretary?
This weekend the English Defence League (EDL) are kicking off their new season with a piss up in a Wetherspoons followed by a piss up in a car park (or some other static and convenient place) in their quest to prove to themselves and themselves they still exist.
You won't be surprised to find that half of those stewarding the EDL in Preston will also have been on Lennon's Pegida march in Birmingham earlier this month, but the word is to expect a few of the other hate gangs that operate in the north to join them this time.
Not only are the kids apparently trying to gang up on Lennon, they're also trying to gang up against antifascists.
Let's hope that Andrew Edge publishes his hard hitting research into all matters relevant to this as soon as possible...
Posted: 16 Feb 2016 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Friday, 12 February 2016, 13:37
Below is a picture from social media of James Whitbread from Rochester in Kent. He's very pleased with himself for being filmed in Dover during the nazi riot there two weeks ago, walking around with a weapon.
So pleased, he has made the screen grab his profile picture. These days he goes on Facebook by the name "Jay Whitty", but people may recall the name Whitbread as the racist thug who narrowly avoided jail for beating up an innocent man on the London Underground back in 2013.
With Whitbread that day on the Underground was Salvatore Allegro of Dartford. The two of them were quite a double-act. According to the report from 2013, Whitbread and Allegro assaulted a man simply because he was a Muslim.
Their victim was Ahmad Farhan. He had boarded an Underground train at Bond Street station with his girlfriend when he first heard a group of white males talking about "f***ing Islams."
As he left the train at Bank station at around 5pm, the group of men also left the train and were heard singing racist hate songs.
Mr Farhan said he was "wary" of the group as he left the train and heard one of the men, later identified as Allegro, say "go back to your own country you f***ing Muslim c**t."
The pair were both found guilty of a racially aggravated public order offence following a short trial, with Allegro also being found guilty of common assault.
Neither has learned from their lesson, as both were very active among the nazis who pelted the police and locals in Dover with bricks and bottles during a supposed rally to support British lorry drivers.
So proud is Whitbread of the day, he's made the footage from television his Facebook profile picture. He's also very proud of his son, Deaton, from Gillingham in Kent, who stood in the road giving nazi salutes on the day.
Just in case the police were wondering who they were, we have better pics of Whitbread with a weapon and his old mate Allegro chucking rocks on the day.
And, one distrubing pic of Deaton dressed as Mrs Claus..
Posted: 12 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Tuesday, 9 February 2016, 13:51
Whilst the EDL is hardly known for its intellectualism even some of its own members must shake their heads at the daft antics of Stockport's Andrew Edge.
Followers may recall Edge demanding to be sent to the cells before being sentenced having been found guilty of violent disorder at Birmingham Crown Court in October 2014. He subsequently received a 21 month sentence and was released on licence last August.
Helpfully the former EDL Stockport organiser published his licence conditions on Facebook. These were not to attend, organise or promote the fascist group's protests. He then promptly posted an EDL promo video.
Today's he's gone one step further, hopping on a train to Crewe in order, it seems, to take on some school kids. Edge, who now aligns himself with Pegida which in no way should be considered as EDL MkII (!), also sought to recruit a gang of fascist vigilantes to visit the Cheshire town on Friday.
The reason? Like far too many, he believes unsubstantiated and exaggerated rumours on social media. Having studied Facebook he's mightily suspicious and appears to think a fight outside a local school is racially or religiously motivated. Cheshire Police meanwhile have moved to quell rumours of large scale disorder and of threats being made towards young people, stating that "this simply is not correct". Edge's mate, who counts Crewe as his home town, even points out that it's not true, a point which didn't deter our Andy hopping on a southbound train.
Cheshire Police have also advised parents, let alone out-of-town fascists, that they "cannot to act upon third party messages on social media". They are still investigating the incident and no doubt do not need or welcome the help of Edge and his idiot gang. Indeed they might regard as a hindrance a man with a serious conviction for violence secured through his involvement with a hate group having a "nosey" outside a school.
Posted: 9 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 6 February 2016, 11:33
Stephen Lennon will shortly attempt his "silent walk" in the pouring rain as he tries to build a Pegida movement in the UK similar to the one he has seen up close in Germany.
Already this morning we have heard that other Pegida marches have been called off in Poland and France. The one in Ireland will most likely be swept into the gutter if it dares to show its face at all.
Lennon branded antiracists "cowards" earlier in the week during an interview with Russia Today. He is, in case you did not know, marching to some car park miles away from Birmingham city centre. There's not many likely to attend.
I see no small acorns in this one..
There was one moment of humour during the week when Jack Buckby, Pegida's resident press officer and former British National Party (BNP) gold boy described the meeting between Pegida leader Paul Weston and BNP leader Adam Walker as nothing to get excited about. According to Buckby Weston had no idea who "that fuckwit was."
Touché, Jack. Touché.
Posted: 6 Feb 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 5 February 2016, 10:50
A gang of Polish neo-nazis living in the United Kingdom has called for a demonstration in Manchester later this month by Polish football hooligans, in support of a "British white country."
The date set aside for the demonstration appears to have been borrowed from the nazi drug gang the 'North West Infidels' who had already planned their own demonstration in the city on the same day.
The gang behind the planned demonstration have called their demonstration "Fuck Islam & Isis."
This will be interesting.
Posted: 5 Feb 2016 | There are 13 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 3 February 2016, 11:14
It may take some time for Dover to recover from the visit of the thugs of the far-right last weekend. Is it any wonder that police normally prefer to stick this kind of individual in a car park and away from the rest of society?
One unhappy obeserver of the day's events was Nick Griffin's former bodyguard (no, not the fat lad with a coffee table- someone with a bit of form,) Liverpool "identity" Joe Owens.
Owens has an irregular video rant about the secret state and its apparent total control of Britain's nazi movement. There are very few (I think only two) people who Owens does not believe are either in the employment of MI5 or acting on behalf of HOPE not hate.
It does not matter who you are or where you're from, Owens has very little time for you. He's recently take a major disliking to Paul Prodromou the self-appointed nobody who waves his hands in front of police officers faces every time he comes into contact with the boys in blue. According to Owens, Prodromou was again, down the front in Dover waving his hands in the faces of coppers and trying to encourage his comrades (or "chavs" and "Untermensch" as Owens prefers to refer to them) to riot on behalf of the secret state.
To back all this up, Owens then directs us to news footage of the nazis rioting but instead of Paul Prodromou, it is actually Roy Price Junior he has been referring to. Price is best remembered for getting arrested outside the Old Bailey as part of a gang that so disgraced itself, the family of Lee Rigby could not make a statement to the assembled press outside of court on the day his killers' were sentenced.
Needless to say, Prodromou is unhappy either way. But how delightful it is to see Kevin Wilshaw commenting on Prodromou's counter-attack on Owens. I used to know Wilshaw when I was in the National Front many moons ago. A thoroughly warped individual he is too. A quick look at his Facebook page tells you what he is like. He has lots of pictures of young boys and girls in nazi uniform and a mock-up of me in a nappy. Still obsessed with me I see, Kevin? I am a lot older (and fatter) than those less-than halcyon days.
The other great march last weekend was in Dewsbury, where Britain First were attempting to take back the town from tourists, terrorists, taxi drivers etc, etc. Despite a million Facebook followers and a regular update (almost daily) in the Huffington Post on just about everything they say, Britain First could only manage 113 marchers. That is considerably less than they expected, we expected and no doubt than they will report.
Jim Dowson turned up looking like a cross between Herr Flick and an undertaker. That probably won't bode well for the rest of the gang. During his speech, Dowson launched a blistering attack on women's rights, Star Wars, homosexuals, atheists. Everything. But it must be a real worry to them that Britain First cannot persuade 999,900 of their Facebook followers to go and join them in their crusade. I guess it could well be back to standing outside Mosques swilling cans of lager for those that do in their search for enlightenment. For Dowson I guess it will be back to throwing objects at young women entering family planning clinics.
The big worry for those ensconced in sadness and bewilderment in Britain First's bunker is that the low turn out at their rally may be due to people preferring instead to go to Stephen Lennon's relaunch of Pegida this Saturday. There was a time when those behind Pegida now and those behind Britain First almost ended up in bed together. When the talks stalled the parties went their separate ways and Lennon had no choice but to get back into bed with Paul Weston, the clown like figure he had initially tried to keep away from his new project. An indication of how desperate Lennon was to keep Weston away from Pegida is that he then turned to Timothy Scott after Dowson and Golding, before turning to Weston. Understandably so..
Not that it looks like the Pegida re-launch (if you must call it that) in a car park this Saturday is going to be any great shakes. Having banned the British National Party (BNP) and National Front (NF) from attending, Lennon is hoping to reignite those who quit his English Defence League (EDL) before it was sunk by drunken acrimony, incest and violence.
The decision to ask people to wear stickers over their mouths while marching has also upset the former leader of Pegida in Britain, Matthew Pope. Pope has not quite recovered from having the group swiped from underneath his feet by Lennon and has apparently plenty to say to whoever will listen about Lennon being a "con man". Always the last to know Matthew, always the last to know...
The Pegida organsiation really does have all the hallmarks of a desperate and dateless ball. Lennon says he does not want the NF or the BNP there, but his sock puppet Paul Weston has previously held talks with and kept company with just about every far-right leader there is, including Andrew Brons, Jim Dowson, Paul Golding and even BNP chief Adam Walker.
Understandably, Weston chose to meet with Walker in a public place. At the original launch of Pegida in Newcastle in February of last year...
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