posted by: Sally Archibald | on: Friday, 26 August 2016, 20:31
The ragged remains of the North West Infidels are planning what might well be their last hurrah with news of yet another “unity” demo.
What will hopefully be final twitch of the fetid NWI corpse is set for early October with the few that remain of the gang and its associates plan to oppose the extension of a Bolton mosque.
In charge of the funeral party is Craig Barnes who likes to post furious rants under the moniker of Craig W North, and update on of his previous Craig Farnworth and Craig Farnsy identities.
Craig has form when it comes to organising pointless demos against religious buildings in Bolton. He was a key player in a campaign against the extension of a mosque in the Astley Bridge area of the town. Naturally the campaign was loud and hate-driven, but achieved nothing bar letting Shaun Jones notch up a conviction for hurling racist abuse.
The Great Lever plans involve demolishing the existing mosque and a building a new one, incorporating a community centre, on adjacent land. This represents a shift from the original proposal. Following discussions with planning officials the mosque’s owners agreed to raze the old building in order to create additional car parking space. This had been the only significant planning issue and as a result Bolton Council granted approval on Thursday.
This prompted Barnes to take to the Bolton News Facebook page to vent his spleen whilst behind the scenes announcing the so called unity demo. This, he says, will take place on either Saturday October 8 or 15th.
Don’t expect a huge turnout. Not only is unity in tremendously short supply, a number of Infidels and supporters of allied groups have been jailed for violence in Dover or have their movements restricted by bail conditions as they wait to appear in court.
Nonetheless Greater Manchester Police will no doubt be keeping a close eye on Barnes’ plans given the NWI’s reputation for seeking confrontation, and its history for causing offence and disruption in North West towns. At the NWI’s last outing in Rochdale, North East Infidel Alan Boswell also assaulted one of their officers. They probably remember that.
Barnes would be better off staying at home and concentrating on the day job; his Lancs Leafleter business.
Meanwhile another of his NWI pals would be well advised to quit posting Islamophobic memes on the Bolton News Facebook. It's not very clever when you're on bail.
Posted: 26 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 24 August 2016, 21:14
The British far-right is shrinking by the day. Tin pot Hitlers are retreating and facing prison (if they are not already in one).
This week, one English Defence League 'member' had a public row with his son. There were claims and counter claims of rape and sexual abuse. Very unpleasant viewing. They've now applied to Jeremy Kyle to act as some kind of referee. If he has any sense, he and his producers will refuse to be drawn into such nonsense.
We sure have seen a lot this year; fascists biting people in pubs over sandwiches, drug dealing on an industrial scale, beating their wives for "fun" and then also, stubbing out cigarettes on their pregnant girlfriends. It could be worse, I suppose. Last year one British nazi went to prison for helping cover up the murder of a schoolgirl and then having sex with her dead body.
I therefore love it when they bang on and on about how they look after women and family and other people (mainly Muslims,) do not. And there is still a lot, lot worse to come this year.
That anybody would even want to join the ranks of these vile, moronic idiots is almost beyond belief. But there is someone, who not just wants to join, but actually wants to lead the far-right. His only problem? Yep, he's not white enough. Sure, Jack Sen had a few weeks in the British National Party (BNP), but that was only made possible by an act of law.
No other group wants him. The poor soul had to form his own little group which we have named the "Jack Sen Five."
Sen has done everything possible to actually get British nazis and fascists to like him; he's anglicised his name, he's lied about where he is from, sent horrible tweets to Jewish MPs, sent millions of bizarre messages to our page accusing another BNP member of child abuse (among other things), gave advice on how to fight Joe Stalin in a pub in Southport and also used some five or six different names to further his career. He's even listed himself on Facebook as a Public Figure! Surely it is one of ridicule more than anything else, because all of the other nazis positively hate him. Because, as Jack has complained, the buggers are racist!
It doesn't matter what names he uses, Jack Sen/ Jack Sengupta or even Giacomo Vallone, they will not have him! Not even in his pink shirt.
The person Sen keeps emailing us about- accusing them of child abuse, appears to have once whacked some boys who were being naughty on a war memorial (probably other BNP members). For some reason, Sen is desperate for us to repeat his wild, false and untrue accusation. What's bizarre is that it's not as if the far-right is short of actual and real child abusers. But, day after day, Sen keeps pestering us to repeat his accusations. You really aren't the rocket scientist in your family, are you Jack?
Sen has now announced he is to use "about half" of his resources on attacking other fascists. Visitors to his attic will be relieved. One half of his resources is cheap whiskey, by all accounts.
Get on with it, lads. There's so few of you left to amuse us.
Posted: 24 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Saturday, 20 August 2016, 21:15
Anne Marie Waters held her 'Islam Kills' demonstration in London today, trying as she is, to prove there is still life in the anti-Islam movement, even if Stephen Lennon appears less interested than usual.
Waters drew sixteen people to her demonstration; mainly the usual wallies. Among them was Emma Foreman (no tent on the square this time) plus the church-raiding moron John Banks. And, it was great to see Matt Pope make a rare appearance. He, like Waters, was unceremoniously dumped by Lennon and Pegida.
For the rest of the far-right, there was not much else on this weekend. The teen-nazis National Action have headed up north with a collection of girlie magazines, tents and biscuits, no doubt glad they are away from the big boys.
For legal reasons we cannot mention many of the people involved in a huge brewing brawl, as most of them are currently before the courts. But, at a time when so many are going to prison unity has gone right out of the window.
Tommy Law, the Carrick-born motormouth currently domiciled in Coventry who pretends he is in the Ulster Volunteer Force, has decided to go to war with a tiny gang of wallies based in Essex. Between the lot of them it is unlikely there is one working brain cell, but it should be funny. The Essex mob are sending threatening messages to Tommy in Coventry in broken English. Apparently it's a warning. If Al Francis leaves an answer machine message it'll be really serious.
This one is going to run and run. Probably on C wing somewhere.
Posted: 20 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Friday, 19 August 2016, 13:30
Shaun Jones, a member of the drug gang 'North West Infidels' has been sentenced to 18 months after pleading guilty to his part in a riot in Dover in January of this year.
Jones was already in prison for biting a man's ear off in an argument over a sandwich. Jones is a popular member of the drug gang and made a name for himself by beating his wife up at National Front functions as part of what he bragged was his "party trick."
Posted: 19 Aug 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 16 August 2016, 13:55
The women in his life are used to getting by without the company of English Defence League (EDL) founder Stephen Lennon, aka Tommy Robinson.
If it's not the drugs or thuggery, it'll be football or mortgage fraud keeping him away from home. Or maybe it's the entering of another country illegally. Busy lad that he is.
Lennon and his new gang, 'Pegida' recently dispensed with the services of Anne Marie Waters, the combative former UKIP candidate. It had been a bumpy old ride for the two of them; they had planned to do so much together. Including what could have potentially sparked mass civil disorder on the streets had their cartoon plot eventuated.
Waters has now been cut adrift in a move that Pegida says will have "no affect" on the organisation. And now, separated from the Bedford cash-cow, Waters is back to doing it on her own. She has already proven that she will travel just about anywhere to speak to and about just about anyone. No matter how small the crowd.
I'm wondering whether to make a comparison with Zane who recently left One Direction, but I have absolutely no interest as to whether he is pursuing a solo career or has got himself a proper job.
Either way, what with me not knowing anything about One Direction, you'll have to amuse yourselves by making up other pop-music related comparisons of your own.
Ms Waters begins her new solo career this Saturday, in London. 'Islam Kills Women' being the title of her new work. Yes, it is very repetitive, isn't it? Still, never mind the Buzzcocks, at least Emma Foreman will be there. Just leave your tents at home this time....
Posted: 16 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Sunday, 14 August 2016, 14:27
The leader of the British National Party, Adam Walker, has been arrested and questioned over alleged election fraud.
It is believed to be in relation to alleged financial irregularities during last May's local elections in Marsden Ward, in Pendle Lancashire.
There is nobody at the the BNP's office to give comment.
Posted: 14 Aug 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Friday, 12 August 2016, 12:20
We have reported twice of late how the far-right has finally woken up to its perilous state. The British National Party (BNP) is almost dead, the National Front (NF) has split again and the English Defence League (EDL) is split, hungover, divided and split again.
There's reports this morning that Britain First (BF) has sent out another begging email foretelling its own demise as their leadership duo face High Court next month. The High Court is likely to put an end finally, to Golding and Fransen's unannounced trips to Mosques.
Stephen Lennon, the man that founded the EDL and helped hasten the demise of the far-right in this country, has found little to cheer about in his UK version of the Germany extremist group Pegida. That uneasy alliance has cancelled demonstrations, expelled dissenters and suffered a quiet split behind the scenes in recent weeks. The threats are continuing between the minor players and the host of secret dinners and upmarket meetings have ground to a halt.
The London Forum's decision to host a leadership meeting, to bring together far-right leaders, has hastened an underlying panic. Those not on the invite list will include Lennon and most of those associated with his failings and as the clock ticks others are wondering which way to jump.
Britain First's Paul Golding has a decision to make. BF is a wholly undemocratic organisation that operates in relative secrecy and fulsome stupidity. It is however, the only active and organised group on the far-right. Its membership however, is smaller than it was last year. The massive mailing list it has no longer responds to emails begging for help to pay for large cooked breakfasts, diet pills and vodka. The electorate shuns it.
Golding is now floating the idea that Britain First undergoes a name change and merges with another group. He has been keen for a while on a merger of sorts with Paul Weston and Liberty GB. Weston may be a wally, but he has never been publicly laughed at in a posh restaurant. He never licks the peas off his knife to be precise.
In preparation for some kind of merger, Golding recruited Lee Cooper from Liberty GB a couple of months ago. Cooper was actually a BF member previously but left feeling uncomfortable with biblical bother about his lifestyle.
Golding it seems, for the moment, has pinned his hopes on a more liberal future than the sort of neo-nazi far-right movement or party the London Forum is keen to rebuild. He's pinning his hopes on some sort of BNP-lite like the BNP became after Nick Griffin took over from John Tyndall. Everyone knows it will be an iron first in a velvet glove- Golding is promising as much, but there is one problem with Golding reinventing Britain First as a mainstream electoral fascist party; Golding himself.
If Golding wants to mirror the success of the BNP (where Golding was an unintelligible in-house magazine editor for a while) Golding may have to fall on his sword. Lennon's Pegida failed to materialise into the commercial rival Golding feared it would be and Weston has grown tired of Hel Gower in the background of Pegida issuing instructions to what are really, despite being posh, Lennon's now unwilling minions.
Ann Marie Waters is now away from both groups and organising her own anti-Islam protest as life for her without the cash-cow Lennon begins. Weston, who never likes to be alone, is very keen on the binbags, cheap vodka and uniform appeal of Britain First. He and Waters fought a nasty battle behind the scenes with EDL and English Democrat types in Pegida and this is how we have ended up with both Liberty GB and the English Dems joining a UKIP member in standing in Jo Cox's former constituency. Britain First, for obvious reasons, decided not to stand.
Other than table manners, Weston offers Golding and Britain First another crack at North America. Although Weston's tour there earlier this year was hardly a success, he was certainly afforded greater hospitality than Golding and Fransen would receive. But there is another problem.
At last year's Britain First conference Jayda Fransen was elected as Britain First deputy leader for five years. That puts her on par with Alan Pardew shortly before he left Newcastle. Golding is proposing that Fransen leads any new party as co-leader and with a casting vote. Golding at least, feels she has some kind of Marine Le Pen appeal. She also has the undivided loyalty of the Britain First foot-soldiers- unlike Golding. Weston is himself, not so convinced.
Either way, one should expect the binbags to be binned finally in the near future.
Posted: 12 Aug 2016 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Thursday, 11 August 2016, 08:39
The European adventures of former British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin fall under the spotlight in the latest edition of HOPE not hate magazine.
There must've been a free lunch in Bulgaria over the weekend because Griffin turned up dressed in khaki along with a few others (check out the idiot with his hat on wrong) as part of the 'border patrols' by rednecks looking for Muslim refugees.
These patrols were started by current and former Pegida members from Holland and German back in July and are now attracting all kinds of weekend wallies.
Griffin is actually no fan of Pegida as he is of the sort of political persuasion that believes Jews should also be hunted. But where there is a wiener there is a way. So they say.
Posted: 11 Aug 2016 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 9 August 2016, 12:38
There really are not enough weeks in the year to cover every far-right wally. But as a special one-off, let's revisit my old mate Carl Worrall who appears to have left the Isle of Wight (there's probably street parties being prepared as I write) and has moved to Louth in Lincolnshire. It's more white than Wight there (in his opinion). As well as being a wally, Worrall is also quite nasty.
He was nasty and a wally when I knew him the National Front some twenty odd years ago.
Worrall now runs around with the English Defence League (EDL) and is a proper paid-up member of the get drunk and urinate in public brigade that fills the very few ranks of the organisation.
On Saturday he turned up with 65 other EDL addicts to march in Nottingham. While on the march Worrall was mouthing off to antifascists, calling them "scum" and "junkies" etc, etc. Towards the end of the march (all 298 yards of it,) Worrall could contain himself no longer and lit himself what was allegedly, one of them marijuana cigarettes.
He then strolled over to a British Bobby to make some inane remark and was nicked. Now, regardless of your opinion on the alleged wacky tobacco etc, etc, I'm sure you'll agree, that does make Worrall a wally.
He's in for an even bigger surprise when he turns up to pick vegetables next week, too...
Posted: 9 Aug 2016 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Monday, 8 August 2016, 12:50
Perhaps someone suggested a “big tent approach” in order secure that elusive unity and Liam Jones took it a bit literally? Why else would the portly piss-stained one be planning to pitch up under canvas later this month?
Jones, who also trades - and we do mean that literally – as Liam Walsall is due to set up camp outside the offices of Walsall Council between August 25th – 27th, officially to protest about people who flee war. Unofficially it seems to be more about him taking umbrage at the fact his local authority thinks he might be a teensy-weensy bit racist and allegedly shared that radical thought with West Midlands Police. In fact Jones has decided in his wisdom that it’s not even a protest, more a “social gathering.” This may just have something to do with how many on the far right are unable to attend demos due to pesky bail conditions.
Jones is set to be joined on the set of Carry on Camping by that other great unity candidate, Andrew Edge, the serially idiotic and criminally violent leader of the latest EDL splinter group. I can’t remember its name. The one formed a couple of weeks back. The one that’s already splintered. That one.
Edge has form when it comes urban camping. He once pitched up outside South Yorkshire Police’s HQ, showing solidarity with abused children by partying with a few pals and a few more tinnies. Classy.
Still he was at least classier than Yorkshire English Defence League organiser Gail Speight and the now leader of what little is left of the EDL, Ian Crossland. The pair allegedly enjoyed a liaison. We shall spare you the details but apparently Gail found Ian a right pain in the arse.
Back in Walsall, Jones is, as ever, eyeing up the money-making opportunities. He has form. He has long fleeced his fellow “patriots” with fascist tat that makes Kev Watmough’s merchandise look like Louis Vitton gear. He also recently ran a fundraiser for a public address system which has yet to be seen in public.
This time around he claims to be collecting cash for Walsall’s homeless. Forgive us for being a shade sceptical, especially as there’s a few branches of Greggs to be found near the council’s HQ.
Posted: 8 Aug 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Sunday, 7 August 2016, 12:06
Barely a week goes by that we do not receive some kind of missive from Jack Sen. The man is obsessed. With himself.
If he is not asking us to meet him in a gym he is leaving messages referring to a senior British National Party (BNP) figure that he claims is involved in child abuse. No evidence- just claims.
Sen's main problem is that he wants to rule the British far-right, but they will not let him. Yes, he is complaining quite a bit that he is the victim of their racism because he is part Indian. I kid ye not! The far-right is also making a big noise that Sen's real name is Sengupta allegedly. He is not very welcome at all.
And Sen is hurting. Last week my colleague reported how what is left of the British far-right are getting together to try and resolve their differences at a conference and also choose a new leader. Sen has been excluded from the meeting because he is not white enough to lead. He is furious. He is, after all, responsible for killing more Trots than Ramón Mercader. If you believe his nonsense, anyway.
He recently wrote to the London Forum's Jez Turner to complain about all manner of things. The email (which we have) is hilarious. Here are some unadulterated snippets:
This morning Sen even popped up on the HOPE not hate Facebook account. It's interesting to see he stiil wears that pink shirt, even on Facebook!
If Sen's ranting is not enough, there is more than one angry man in the far-right. Peter Gillett has been having an on-off barny with EDL Walter Mitty character Gary Cousins for a while now. We reported on that last week, too. Eat your heart out Danny Dyer, but there seems to be some right 'geezers' on the manor at the moment and none of them have an ounce of respect. And Gillett ain't 'appy about it. He also claims to have run the wing when he was locked up at high security prison HMP Belmarsh, as well as being the former 'pad mate' of one of the Kray Twins! He does look a little bit like Phil Mitchell, I'll grant him that... Now some other cheeky fash are calling him all kinds of things, including a grass and a mug and a tubby bugger. I do believe he has photographed himself in some tight leather underwear on his Facebook page, today. I'll investigate that bit, later.
If these people ain't careful, they'll be having a sit down with Tony Soprano and a few other lads.
Posted: 7 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 6 August 2016, 15:01
We're losing count of exactly how many far-right activists have been sent to prison for rioting in Dover and Liverpool earlier this year- but it is a lot. Another naughty, nutty, neo-nazi joined the ranks of nazi prisoners yesterday, when he was sentenced to 18 months for attacking people with a wooden pole in Dover earlier this year.
John O'Brien from Oswaldthistle in Lancashire is a well known thug from Blood & Honour circles, where he is a body guard for nazis who can neither sing or play their instruments. (I guess that is why they need the security?)
O'Brien was in the thick of the trouble last year in Liverpool too, when the city shut down him and his nazi mates. He went to Dover earlier this year to cause a riot and has now paid the price. And, there are still more to come. Some nazis are having a party next Friday night as they all expect to be sent down the week after.
And today, not much luck for what remains of the war-torn English Defence League (EDL).
66 of them made it to Nottingham for a national march. Brian Clough's statue suitably turned its back on them. As would've the great man. Give it up now, eh lads?
Posted: 6 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Wednesday, 3 August 2016, 10:20
Last week we reported on the formation and immediate fracturing of the latest EDL splinter, led by the serially stupid and criminally violent Andrew Edge. This we are drawn to the increasingly vicious ward of words between one-time EDL stalwart Pete Gillett and gobby South East Alliance activist, Gary Cousins.
Gillet, a convicted drug dealer, armed robber and former cellmate of Reggie Kray, seems to have taken umbrage after Cousins' threatened him in a post which also touched upon his alleged former drug use and sexual preferences. This was helpfully shared by the West Midlands' Daniel Hall just in case any "patriots" were missing out on the bunfight
The "adopted son of Reggie Kray" wasn't about to let this go, letting fly with his own Facebook fury and declaring his immediate resignation from whatever is left of the EDL. He also said of Cousins that "the vile c*** needs hurting".
Others joined in what was quite the intellectual discussion.
The plot continues to thicken, offering the potential to outstrip an Eastenders Christmas omnibus in terms of the violence indulged in by shouty, idiotic and bald middle aged men. Should you wish to follow the fractious action Gillett, a man who positively revels in being the centre of attention, has helpfully left his Facebook profile wide open.
Posted: 3 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 2 August 2016, 22:46
Jack Powell is an unpleasant individual. The Swansea based nazi is one of the infamous family of nazi Boneheads infamous for their violence and musical exploits as a band called the Rednecks.
Jack, the baby of the family, should be looking forward to being a father. A rare pleasure for neo-nazis. Instead, the 22 year old attacked the mother of his unborn child and has now been jailed for 16 weeks.
Jack is well known to us at HOPE not hate and we photographed him back in 2014 being arrested at a 'White Pride' demo in Swansea. Now he'll be taking his racist tattoos and history of violence against women to prison with him. Just as his mate and fellow National Front member Shaun Jones did a couple of months ago too.
Swansea Magistrates' Court heard yesterday that the 22-year-old had appeared calm when he turned up at his partner's home, and she felt confident to let him in despite the can of Fosters lager in in his hand. He then unleashed his violence on her.
His brief actually asked the court to pay him "due credit" for pleading guilty.
The Powell family try and portray themselves as some sort of patriotic family merely with nazi tattoos. They have previously been described as the most "dysfunctional family" in Wales. We agree.
At a party they hosted a few years ago, a man dressed in a Ku Klux Klan outfit lynched a golliwog.
As Jack heads off to prison, there's very little point in questioning whether his parents are proud of him.
Posted: 2 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 1 August 2016, 13:07
A former British National Party (BNP) organiser from Northamptonshire is to organise a conference he hopes will solve the British far-right's leadership crisis.
Larry Nunn, who is a 'business consultant' and closely linked to the nazi talking shop 'London Forum' has called for a conference this September to iron out what he sees as a fragmented, disorientated and impotent fascist movement in the UK.
Nunn hopes the September conference will provide British fascists with an opportunity to "demonstrate decisiveness and to seize the political initiative", especially if they can make their voice heard and can "make our numbers felt."
Having had months and months of the media assuming the far-right in Britain is experiencing massive growth despite all of the evidence being contrary , Nunn is convinced that with UKIP apparently post- Brexit having lost their raison d’être and currently stumbling aimlessly whilst Labour too has its own preoccupations, the far-right and nationalist movement in the United Kingdom should seize the apparent opportunity provided.
Nunn is in particular scathing of the period since the BNP's demise and describes the period prior to its demise under the leadership of former MEP Nick Griffin as "ultimately disastrous."
Once the BNP fell into repute and disrepair, it was Nunn who began the search for a new leader and a new movement. If you have enough money for such things, why not waste it?
Worryingly both for himself and for any potential attendees, Nunn is actually of the impression that there are leaders out there amongst the many fragmented and disjointed groups who barely dare manage to stumble from social media and onto the streets. The internet does in fact have many, many far-right leaders, but only in quantitate terms. The question of quality is surely the most vexed issue.
Some of Nunn's previous exploits in searching for a new leader or a new direction for British fascism include supporting the first acorns of the group National Action who in return for his patronage breathed wide eyed in excitement at the mere mention of his name.
The cutting-edge and youthful 'intellectuals' soon unmasked themselves to be a rag-tag of juvenile delinquents with excessive interest in schoolboy behaviour and little if any, talent or leadership. One of their great high hopes, Alex Davies, was recently humiliated by a mixed race school girl in a video now watched by over a million people.
Elsewhere, the quality of leadership improves little more. The National Front is once more split and fractured whilst the BNP's current leadership is considered little better (or honest) that its last.
Nunn is somewhat of a promoter of fascists with great oratory skill. He even funds an award for the best spoken fascist each year so it is unlikely he would be much of a fan of wannabe leader Paul Prodromou, who has done more damage to the English language than even Hitler ever did to an East London chippy!
The problem Nunn has is not only the sheer dearth in quality of the leaders' of fascist groups but simply the appalling quality of fascism itself. The leadership is only part of the problem. He knows that with better quality, better people may follow, but the fascist movement is in a far more distressed condition than even British society.
When old John Tyndall sat in his tidy home in Hove during the 1980's, and even with Richard Edmonds at his side, at least he knew his couple of hundred adherents when not planting bombs and blowing themselves up were tucked up tidily at night in Adolf and Eva pyjamas with a cup of Horlicks and not involved in the excessive drug dealing, child pornography and spousal abuse we see now.
The post-Brexit question and where does UKIP go now is playing heavily on the minds of the far-right. The talk has been in the run up to and from Brexit that the far-right might be in some position to claw back some radicalised admirers if UKIP moves further into the mainstream or simply evaporates.
The word on the street is that Britain First's Paul Golding feels he has almost completely exhausted his options and is quietly prepared to turn over some 300 uniformed activists and some 50,000 email contacts for a place on the board of a new group. He shouldn't be discounted totally- Golding was once as dedicated to his copy of Mein Kampf as he is now his bible and hasn't allowed his group to become Jewish-friendly like the English Defence League (EDL) tried and failed to be. His stock has also begrudgingly grown within the far-right as he has persevered with his lost causes unlike so many others. This has been noticed. He was also slapped on the back for humiliating the BNP during the recent London elections.
The troubles we said were coming in Pegida came with Ann Marie Waters leaving and Paul Weston is believed to have been close to trying to throw Liberty GB into a disastrous merger with Britain First until things went very, very awry with Britain First after the murder of Jo Cox.
Since crossing the Rubicon from UKIP many moons ago, Weston has been chasing followers and partners each and everywhere. Andrew Brons, Jim Dowson, Paul Golding and even Adam Walker have at times crossed his path and all chose to keep walking by.
So Nunn has taken it upon himself to launch the search for someone to take up the poison chalice that is leading the undesirable face of British fascism for the foreseeable future: "We have made arrangements for what we are billing as a ‘Leaders Conference’, to take place at a prestigious venue in early September and invitations will be sent out to the selected invitees over the course of the next few days" he writes on his website.
Who is "in" and who is "out" will remain a mystery. Just looking at the current line up of 'leaders', it's clearly evident most of them could not hold their own in an un-prestigious venue, let alone the Ibis Nunn has pencilled in at the moment to host the day long fashion parade.
One person who will not be invited is of course, Jack Sen, the leader of the Jack Sen Five. It is believed the future leader of the far-right in Britain, according to Nunn, will have to be white.
Posted: 1 Aug 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments