posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 25 February 2017, 10:10
We broke the story late last year how the British National Party (BNP) now runs its not-so-well-oiled machine from above a mini-mart in Wigton, Cumbria
The party survives on lies in the main, and of course the generosity of the dead.
The party stood in last Thursday's by-election in Stoke. Another exercise in asking their few remaining members for money they haven't got and which the BNP does not really need. It was also another opportunity to see the wooden man that has become what the BNP calls its "seasoned candidate," David Furness. Poor David, he's been beaten in more parliamentary by-elections than even Paul Nuttall and Nigel Farage. Yet when the BNP announced it was fighting Stoke, everyone thought it would harm UKIP candidate Nuttall's chances of winning!
On the BNP website they are really pushing and pushing a new photograph of their leader Adam Walker- one they hope will replace in our hearts and minds the most common one used of him.
Writing on the eve of poll, the BNP once more got into the sort of publicity mode that Goebbels himself would have been proud.
"We’re rebranding as a more professional and credible party without the rough edges of the past.
It’s crystal clear that each high-profile election that we contest is building on the achievements of the previous one."
You can't argue with that; the party used to have 65 council seats, 2 MEPs and a member on the Greater London Assembly. These days it has an office above a high street supermarket that offers twelve fishfingers for the price of ten.
Anyway, such a success was this great adventure, that it is hard to remember when the Monster Raving Loony Party actually didn't beat the BNP.
Keep up the good work, Adam. That new pic is certainly a winner..
Posted: 25 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 24 February 2017, 21:33
We often mention Uncles due to his rather strange behaviour. His campaigns to deport Irish Wolf Hounds to Ireland, Scottish Terriers to Scotland, and even worse, interfering in serious police investigations.
After a mysterious illness stopped him appearing in court last week, finally Mr Uncles had his moment in an English court, in England in front of an English judge and jury to answer those charges. What could go wrong?
Uncles is now facing jail for cheating the electoral system by submitting fraudulent nomination forms. The Wilmington based wally is the saviour of everything that is English (and often confused by things that are not).
Maidstone Crown Court heard Uncles either put up candidates for election who did not exist, or real people who had not signed the relevant nomination forms.
The Prosecutor told the jury of eight (English) men and four (English) women: “It is the prosecution case in respect of local county elections held in May 2013 this defendant dishonestly tampered with that system.
“During those council elections he submitted nomination forms for candidates that were fraudulent. As a consequence, the machinery of the election was materially effected."
HOPE not hate's suspicions of fraud were aroused during the nomination process when candidates for the party in Kent had fictitious names such as Anna Cleves and Rachelle Stevens - referred to by a judge as “the lady from S Club 7”.
After the police began their invetigation, Uncles even wrote a bizarre blog claiming he was being stitched up by UKIP.
The case faced several delays caused by Uncles applying for adjournments - one being because he ran for the post of Police Commissioner in May last year.
Uncles had failed to appear on the first day of his trial on February 8 and was arrested on a warrant outside the court when he turned up the next day. Such is his want, I guess.
The judge agreed to Uncles’ request to be legally represented at his own expense at the sentencing hearing.
Granting conditional bail, including a tagged curfew, Judge Statman warned: “My view is that clearly in offences of this gravity the custody threshold has been passed. “I give you that warning so that you can put your personal affairs into good order.” One would suggest that if Uncles is going to prison when sentenced next month, he hands over the keys to his kitchen fridge to his wife. Uncles currently has it locked to "keep out" the foreigners that lodge with he and his wife.
Uncles has a particular hatred of the Irish, and got very confused when it came to Irish flags, regardless of which part of Ireland they were from. In 2009, in probably his finest moment, Uncles approached Sinn Fein (the political wing of the IRA) and offered to sell them Northern Ireland. Actually, he was just asking them for £10,000 and the offer of the six counties was more of an afterthought.
Argue the toss whichever way you want about the merits or not of an English Parliament, our long-term concern about the English Dems was its racism and then links to people like Jim Dowson.
These fears were realised when in 2010, over 400 British National Party members (BNP) defected to the party. Whilst the introduction of a whole number of people from the neo-Nazi party made some English Dems supporters nervous and uncomfortable, Uncles positively thrived on it.
His behaviour became more brazen and nasty as he got older. The 2013 elections of course, were particularly brazen and this is what he is facing jail for. Despite being an embarrassment, the English Dems still allowed him to stand as a candidate whenever he could get his name on a leaflet.
In 2014 he wrote to the electorate in the Euro Elections declaring himself an "English Stallion" in need of their sexy vote.
For us, it has been a long wait for Uncles to finally face up to his contact abuse of the electorate, Muslims, women, immigrants and kitchen fridges.
We even kept a record of one of his fake candidate profiles, which we produced above. Because of our efforts, Uncles stalked and abused memebrs of our staff quite regularly. He is a vile, internet troll.
We'll be having a light libation tonight.
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Friday, 24 February 2017, 14:05
In 2014 my colleague wrote about the sickening way the misery of children raped and groomed by paedophile gangs was being exploited by the far-right. Rotherham in particular was a target. The article, well worth a read, is here.
The English Defence League (EDL) are back there again tomorrow, in the main, because they simply have nothing better to do. In 2014 the group camped outside council offices and the local police station as part of their protest about the activities of grooming gangs in the town and the inexplicable and inexcusable decision to cover-up the rape, imprisonment and torture of 1400 young women over a number of years.
That protest and "hate camp" turned into a drunken orgy, with EDL members romping in tents, urinating against council property, faking a hunger strike, openly taking drugs and even appealing on Facebook for other members and supporters to bring them more booze and a barbecue. It was a disturbing time which we captured here.
One of those most responsible for the outrageous drunken shenanigans was the now second in command of the organisation, Ian Crossland. Crossland happily posed sitting in his "love tent" while an orgy of druken stupidity carried on.
Such a disgrace was Crossland's behaviour, he was not long after promoted to be the EDL's second in command. He is officially the EDL's "spokesman" and is in reality an often drunk, always offensive fool.
The EDL return to Rotherham tomorrow mainly out of boredom and because it is not far from Crossland's home- he can get pissed and get back to Sheffield relatively quickly and cheaply.
Last week, as the Rotherham demonstration/march drew close, another colleague took a look at what was to be found on Crossland's private social media. The man who claims to be protesting in Rotherham for the sake of rape victims, seems to find the whole issue of rape rather amusing when he thinks nobody can see. That article is here:
This morning an ex-friend of Crossland's passed us another "joke" that Crossland made about rape and child abuse back in 2014. he seems to be quite persistent with gags about rape and child abuse.
I rang Crossland earlier this afternoon at his work, 'Courtney Building Contractors', and asked the EDL's second in command why he is having a march about rape and child grooming, when he appears to have some propensity for finding such things humorous.
Was it only because the majority (but not entire) of the gang who raped and groomed young women in Rotherham were from a Muslim background? It's a fair question and one that Crossland, a "spokesman" for the EDL should have been quite competent to deal with.
I asked him about one post in particular; the one below:
His response was not particularly coherent. "It's a joke" he said, "It's just a joke I copied years and years ago," he protested. (It was in 2014). I asked Crossland further whether he thought it right that someone who has a habit of making jokes about rape and child abuse was really the sort of person to lead any kind of campaign that should deal with such a delicate and distressing issue. He went silent. "It was a joke" he protested again.
He then asked if I could call him back later. I won't bother. Just the sound of his muffled voice made me feel dirty enough.
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 24 February 2017, 10:46
A shocking week for Hitler fanatics this week, with allegations they were thieving funds from each other. A little more information passed to us which we cannot substantiate, is of course that that the fund set up for far-right prisoners last year was actually the bank account of the partner of imprisoned North West Infidel leader (NWI), Shane Calvert. Whatever happened with the rest of the cash remains somewhat of a mystery, but at least she managed to give Mick Wakefield a tenner out of the funds.
Two more fascists found their way into prison this week, one doubts there will be any money left for them, however. Calvert's partner, Lisa Johnson, claims the account has been shut. Others tend to not believe her.
The two who were sentenced this week were of some considerable self-importance. Martin Corner had moved to Bolton from Chorley to run the NWI's operations and to also open somewhat of a front against Craig Barnes a former British National Party (BNP) member who also had designs on leading the gang. In the weeks leading up to his imprisonment, Corner had been almost manic in working behind the scenes to ensure that Barnes would not lead the group. Most of the power and the money in the group has apparently been shifted to a small group of supporters in Wigan, though of course, they deny any knowledge of anything at all.
The de-facto leader of the NWI is now Kevin Watmough who was removed from post in the National Front last year. It doesn't matter which or what group Watmough is associated with, it degenerates into a mirror of Watmough's personal bank account and fiefdom. Having already targeted a primary school, Watmough, who made his name running 'Redwatch' and downloading interacial pornography, is now running a host of NWI Facebook pages targeting Trade Union members and antifascists at their homes and places of work. You would really think Watmough would have learned his lesson by now. It was only just over a month ago that Watmough was complaining to one newspaper who tracked him down that they had woken his child up. Is it any wonder his missus refuses to live with him?
The other fascist imprisoned this week, Tommy Law, will also not be missed. Having proclaimed he was both leader of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) and Combat 18 in the Midlands, us and our friends in Northern Ireland concluded he was just a dangerous fantasist. But dangerous he was. Law even managed a change of clothes whilst rioting in Dover last year. He looked remarkably less menacing once he slipped on his glasses for his police mug shot. Apparently he is not missed back home in Carrickfergus.
For this coming weekend there is a host of fascist activities going on, which is actually just an indication of how disorganised the far-right is. They're like London buses, nothing for ages and then they call come at once!
In Slough, a collection of nasty far-right Poles are getting together to besmirch the memory of the liberation of their country from Nazis at the end of the second world war. Someone has told me that the host goes by the name of Bednarski, but we'll have to follow that up first. Certainly, what we do not want here is a disgraced priest running around our country in any language, calling Jews a "cancer". The Polish community here also feel pretty much the same way, too.
That same priest is also due to speak at the Britain First demonstration in Telford tomorrow. The damage to their already floundering American market having this demented Jew-hater speaking at their rally will cause should be significant. Paul Golding's radical Protestantism versus Jayda Fransen's warped version of Catholicism is going to be problematic going forward I guess.
In Rotherham, the English Defence League (EDL) is going to shuffle about with the usual gusto. No doubt their drunken, unwashed and unshaven spokesman Ian Crossland will be apologising to the young women in the town who have been victims of rape and grooming. Otherwise his presence there could be considered somewhat of a vile, expedient joke. Won't it, Ian?
And finally, spare some thought for Joe Turner (aka Joe Marsh). He’s been complaining that the photograph of him used in the “Dirty Dozen” was the wrong lardy fascist. Turner, who has been to prison for beating a woman up, is much more attractive than the pic we used would suggest. I guess he would prefer we thought of him looking lardy like he does in the main picture used here, instead.
Happy to oblige, old boy.
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 22 February 2017, 20:53
Since the mass incarceration of a large number of fascists last year (and ongoing this year) for their mindless thuggery and violence, I have often mentioned and predicted there would be trouble at mill with regards to funding their cakes, soaps and jams on the wings of her Majesty's Prisons.
Fascists are, in the main, terrible thieves. They'd rob their own mothers for a few quid. They are also, in the main, terribly lazy booze hounds driven by racism, cheap booze and (the British anomaly) drugs.
And this phenomena is not just recent; British fascists have been ripping each other off, stealing funds, wives, houses and offices from each other since the beginning of fascist time began on a stolen watch.
It would be wrong to name specific individuals given how widespread and almost ideological this practice is, but one only needs to look at the British National Party (BNP) for more about this practice. From its inception until now, it has been accused of ripping off members, supporters and even founders.
Last year we took legal advice as to whether we could publish an accusation about a watch being removed from a dead body. The legal advice came back that we could, but somewhere in a dark cupboard in our offices someone said it was just such incredibly poor taste that it would be best to let it lie.
The English Defence League (EDL) are particularly proficient at theft. They don't just rob one another other, they've taken it out of the regular arena and have actually robbed charities. There must be a dozen recorded cases of the EDL robbing monies they promised to give to charity. Interestingly, it always appears to be under the auspices of raising money for armed forces charities.
Britain First at least had the decency to make it more of a ruse than a robbery, as such.
When I was in the National Front (back in the days when at least they had a leader who could speak English properly), if you were not fiddling the collection it was assumed you were probably more interested in fiddling kids. And to be honest, plenty of them were up to both. But I digress..
In the far-right, money traditionally buys power and influence. But rather than like in other political movements, using money to buy influence, in the far-right it often buys entire parties. One of the flaws with fascists is they worship money and in turn worship those that have it. I recall that Richard Edmonds, made redundant back in the 1980's because of his vile views on Jews whilst leading the BNP out on the streets in London, played the second financial fiddle to his leader who sat on his Aryan behind in a posh flat provided for him by his father in law down in Hove, Sussex. Edmonds, in need of a job and almost totally unemployable doing anything other than mad nazi rubbish, had to cough up most of his redundancy to open a head office for the party in Kent and attempt to live off the money he could make selling books on the Waffen SS to schoolkids passing through. It never crossed his mind to ask Tyndall to squirrel his way some of that money that kept posh back-scrubbers in his bathroom.
At around the same time, the leader of the National Front (for whom I worked) kept every and anyone even close to the party in as much abject poverty as possible. It was the only way he could hold on to the leader's position; he literally went out of his was to impoverish "colleagues" and when, one day, some old nazi popped her clogs and left the NF and British Movement (BM) £30,000 each, he went out of his way to make sure neither the NF or the British Movement got any of the cash. (It was rather good fortune that the old BM leader still had a British Movement bank account.)
Our current far-right is probably more devoid of leadership, class and cash than at any time I can remember. Those who do hold the cash control just about everything and everyone. The top two in our State of Hate report's Dirty Dozen are a prime example of this. Perennial errand boy Mark Collett seems particularly indebted to the pair of them at the moment. He may have the desired talent, but it is they who hold the filthy lucre he wants and needs, and so he is being forced to jump through hoops for a sniff at it.
And so yesterday, as I predicted would last month, a war broke out over who has taken all the monies set aside for imprisoned activists. It's claimed over £2000 was collected for those convicted for rioting in Dover in January 2016. We are looking at now, close to sixty hardened fascists who are doing or have done time for their violence. Sentences ranged from six months to seven years for their violence on the day. And the raising of monies and who gets what has been very touchy and thorny issue.
One of those targets for abuse over monies (and the lack of "bird" for their part in violence) was none other than rent-a-swear word, Paul Prodromou who walked out of Liverpool Magistrates court a free man (again) yesterday.
As there always is, there is a north-south angle in all of these squabbles and Prodromou's team, led by Suzanne Kinsella from Berkshire has launched an attack on people close to the North West Infidels (NWI) drug gang over missing funds. Also included in the squabble is Prodromou's former friend Joe Turner, who had previously accused people of pilfering funds meant for fascist prisoners. Confused yet? No?
Well, it goes a long way to explaining the infamous Paul Prodromou sweary video from last year. One of those accused of benefiting at the expense of others is the partner of drug thug Shane Calvert, Lisa Johnson. Calvert received a thirty month sentence in September of last year.
Since then, Johnson is accused of receiving two trips to Spain with the prisoner funds (which is administered by the NWI who Calvert leads) and also, of installing a jacuzzi in her council house. She also allegedly claimed expenses for Christmas as she was sanctioned by the dole office. Although we cannot substantiate those allegations, for comparison, Mick Wakefeld who received 18 months last December has received only ten pounds from the kitty. Wakefield is from Essex.
The Prisoners' fund was initially set up by Prodromou last year before being transferred to the North West Infidels and Shane Calvert. It was the start of a feud that engulfed the far-right’s street movement. It is also claimed (which of course we cannot substantiate) that people have been paying between £10-£20 into the account but hearing nothing about where the money has been going. There are however, plenty who claim they have been paying in, and there are plenty of prisoners who claim they are receiving nothing in return.
Yesterday people in the NWI claimed that the account has now been closed, but others not from the North West or the NWI are claiming they are still being debited for monies. Needless to say, the two warring fascist gangs in Sunderland have also got in on the act and are accusing each other of also being party to ongoing theft.
As well as creating false Gods, the other thing money does to fascists is create violent enemies. It was the drug money as well as the drugs that led to the demise of the EDL. And judging by the amount of documents, screengrabs and gossip the fash are poassing our way, the NWI has gone pretty much the same way.
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 22 February 2017, 15:59
Two self declared leaders of the British far-right street scene before Canterbury Crown Court today have been handed heavy sentences for their violent activities in Dover in January of last year.
Martin Corner aged 36 of Chorley in Lancashire, has been the leader of the North West Infidels (NWI) in the absence of Shane Calvert who was also sentenced for his part in the Dover riot.
A previous member of the English Defence League (EDL), Corner was described as being part of a gang behaving like a "pack of animals" when convicted of another offence back in 2012.
Corner has been dreading sentencing, fearing the drug gang NWI would now fall under the stewardship of Craig Barnes from Bolton. Corner was sentenced to two years for violent disorder.
Thomas Law, aged 54 of Coventry, is the self-professed (though this is somewhat contested) leader of the terror-gang Combat 18 in the Midlands. Originally from Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland, law has also bragged that he is linked to the outlawed Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), though the group did laugh at that suggestion when we put it to them last year.
Law received 30 months for the same charge.
This will no doubt cause some grief for the rest of the far-right. The NWI is under considerable pressure over missing monies meant for prisoners already. Corner will no doubt be asked some difficult questions about that when he is slopping out tonight. His other worry appears to be Craig Barnes getting his hands on the funds and materials the group has hidden away. Barnes has been firming his own position by cosying up with members of National Action as he waits to take over the gang.
Talking of tough questions, it does make you wonder about the Teflon 'Don' Paul Prodromou. Doesn't it?
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Wednesday, 22 February 2017, 08:44
There has been some confusion as to the current status of a rather dubious looking meeting being held in Slough this weekend.
One of the advertised speakers from the meeting has also been advertised as speaking in Telford with Britain First. A priest who describes Jews as a "cancer" no less.
It would now appear that although some in Poland were saying the meeting in Slough has been cancelled, that this may not entirely be the case.
Other speakers listed seem to also have quite abhorent views.
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Tuesday, 21 February 2017, 14:54
The far-right's Paul Prodromou, the one-man walking and talking foul mouth, has been found guilty at Liverpool Magistrates court this afternoon of using threatening, abusive and insulting words during a disastrous far-right demonstration in Liverpool last February.
Prodromou, whose mouth appears to only open for profanity, was in Liverpool with a host of other neo-Nazis as part of a plan to atone for the disaster that was August 2015 when the people of Liverpool trapped gangs of neo-Nazis in the left luggage department at Liverpool's Lime Street station.
As with August 2015, last February's rally was also a disaster. At his court appearance today, Prodromou claimed he had acted in self defence to a charge of hitting someone over the head with a flag pole.
The prosecution then produced prior convictions, one from 2015 where he had a twelve -month conditional discharge for a similar offence. The Magistrates concluded that Prodromou had breached that conditional discharge. His defence began to argue that for a whole year since this offence Prodromou has kept away from bother. Surprisingly, Prodromou who is known to us as a builder, claimed he is unemployed and currently seeking employment. His defence suggested a new three-year conditional discharge.
There was also some other confusion; namely over Mr Prodromou's name. It is well known that Prodromou likes to be known as the more Anglo-Saxon sounding "Pitt", but he confirmed to the court that his name is Prodromou. That was particularly interesting, as in this foul mouthed rant, Prodromou makes a big thing of "standing by my name." Oh well..
The magistrates decide that he should get a two year conditional discharge starting from today. He should also meet all the court costs given a full trial has taken place. Those costs are £620.00. He was also ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge.
Prodromou asked if he could pay the fine back at £5 per week.
Already his supporters from his tiny South East Alliance (SEA) gang are claiming it is a great result for their leader. Others will not be so sure. Late last year, the fascist magazine Heritage & Destiny aired what a lot of people have been thinking for the last eighteen months, that it is becoming tiresome having Prodromou shouting, pushing and shoving his way around the far-right and yet unlike so many others he has encouraged, he never seems to end up in gaol. They were very clear as to how they felt about him.
Prodromou seemed to have no doubt he would be back at work tomorrow. He's made himself a lovely little picture for his Facebook page where he claims he'll be back terrorising women and children again this year.
Can you really believe anything he says?
Posted: 21 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Monday, 20 February 2017, 20:56
In an interview with The Guardian yesterday Diane Abbott told of the horrific abuse she endures on social media. Such is the nature and intensity of the hatred, the shadow home secretary admitted that her staff try and stop her walking her constituency alone. They recall only too well the tragic murder of Jo Cox last year by far right activist Thomas Mair.
Within hours of that interview appearing two North East far right activists took to Facebook to wish death on the long-serving Labour MP.
Wayne Knight, who leads tiny splinter group Bishop Auckland Against Islam (BAAI), said Abbott "needed a bullet." Former Newcastle English Defence League (EDL) member, Darren Hurst, then upped the ante. Hurst, who now supports the North East Infidels (NEI), wrote"Behead the c*nt. Put her head on a stick."
It's a sad fact that people like Knight and Hurst think not only that this kind of behaviour is acceptable - but that they'll get away with it. That mentality probably explains why Birmingham MP Jess Phillips reportedly received no fewer than 600 threats of rape in a single night, courtesy of Twitter.
There have been some notable prosecutions, most recently of John Nimmo. Nimmo, who like Knight and Hurst also hails from the North East, is now serving 27 months following a campaign of anti-Semitic abuse directed at yet another female Labour MP, Luciana Berger.
But it remains a sad fact that many such trolls escape justice. Our hope though is that the Durham and Northumbria police forces take swift and effective action against Knight and Hurst respectively.
As Abbott told The Guardian: “When Jo Cox died, obviously my first thought was for her husband and children and friends and family and the people of Batley and Spen who lost a tremendous MP, but I also thought maybe you can’t shrug off these death threats any more. Maybe something could happen.”
No-one should have to live with that fear. The only way it can be addressed is by the criminal justice system. Let's hope we see a greater willingness to investigate and charge those responsible.
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Monday, 20 February 2017, 11:56
A fresh row has broken out within the English Defence League (EDL) over claims that one-time fake charity shop manager Pam Brannigan is a “leftie plant.”
Sunderland’s notorious caps lock fixated angry man Billy Charlton levelled the accusation on his Facebook page. It enjoyed a swift and sympathetic reaction from many of his fellow fascist travellers, all keen to put the metaphorical boot in.
“As much loyalty as a rabid dog” asserted Darwen Infidel, Tony Vickers (aka John Vickers)in what was one of the more temperate responses. Others laid in with claims Brannigan had helped secure the arrest of one fascist, grassed up another and had threatened one woman who was apparently recovering from cancer.
Luckily for Pam two knights in shining armour were on hand to defend what’s left of her honour. National EDL spokeman Ian Crossland, who thinks rape is funny, dismisses Charlton’s accusation. He’s known Pam for yonks, so it can’t be true apparently. His opinions on Brannigan having falsely claimed to represent Help for Heroes when running a Sunderland “charity shop are not documented.
Prominent Scottish Defence League (SDL) activist Neil Munro offered a more muted defence. Despite the fact that Brannigan has long been distrusted by many among the UK’s tinpot fascist groups, Munro says this is all news to him. Well knowing stuff is hardly a far right specialism I suppose.
Of course ignorance does offer some bliss as this latest bout of infighting is embarrassing for so many, given that Brannigan has inveigled herself with a number of far right gangs. Once a leading player in Suinderland EDL and one of the groups self-proclaimed Angels, she could also be found alongside neo-Nazis with fascist front March for England when it ran mildly amok in Blackpool.
Of late she’s found solace in the arms of Paul Prodromou’s South East Alliance (SEA). More specifically she’s said to have found solace in the arms of a particular SEA member. She does seem to have a knack for finding romance in the darkest corners of the UK’s fascist scene.
Whilst we’d concur with the general view espoused of Brannigan as a “wrong un”, we do have to marvel at Charlton’s ability to pick fights with his own. This spat is just the latest in a line he’s kicked off, the most recent being an amusing to-do with the North East Infidels’ Warren Faulkner.
As soap operas go, this is a cracker and, yes, it will run and run.
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Monday, 20 February 2017, 08:32
HOPE not hate welcomes the news that a meeting of far-right Polish nationalists in Slough this coming weekend has been cancelled due to concerted pressure and co-operation between a number of anti-fascist groups, including ourselves.
Jacek Miedlar is an Antisemite and disgraced Catholic Priest who last year called Jews a “cancer” and who claims “the biggest enemies of the world are Jewish imperialists and masons”
Miedlar is also happy to cross over into Islamophobia and Is now due to bring his rabid extremism to Telford instead of Slough this weekend, as he has now been invited to speak at Britain First's rally in the town.
Britain First will be hoping he can replace the Bulgarian militiamen who pulled out of the Telford rally, finding Britain First too extreme even for them!
Posted: 20 Feb 2017 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Friday, 17 February 2017, 13:31
Given the sort of people we write about, we receive a lot of strange emails and even stranger messages get left on our blog. We try and moderate them all and respond, wherever possible, to the salient ones (or at least ones not trying to flog us timeshares in far-flung places.)
Over the last week, a woman who calls herself 'Katie Levitt' has been emailing us with what she believes is the true identity of far-right writer 'Dave Yorkshire,' who edits a rather bizarre far-right magazine and who we believe to actually be Paul Jones. Of course, we're not going to publish that until we have checked it out properly. Our colleague Albert has that dubious duty.
Anyway, Ms Levitt has been rather forthright in her instance that we pay attention to her and of course, as it was not trying to sell us a timeshare, we gave all due consideration to her email. After all, she may be right, it could be this mysterious Dr Foster she claims.
Ms Levitt however, was a bit of a strange one. We checked her social media for instance and it was quite clear that she does keep the sort of company that may have some kind of access to what we presume, is the state secret as to who 'Dave Yorkshire' really is.
There's a wealth of far-right identities on her Facebook friends list including Eddy Butler, Paul Weston, Steve Uncles, Guramit Singh (former EDL leader) and Jack Sen of the Jack Sen Five.
There's also some UKIP types (like Godfrey Bloom) and also well known Muslim figures. And a Russian. Ms Levitt seems to have also randomly attached herself to a number of people who accept large quantities of "friends" onto their Facebook pages. And Bamber Gascoigne, too.
But she appears to be getting frustrated with us. Ms Levitt has been very insistent that we publish the "findings" of the special investigation she and her "partner" have carried out. She even threatens that she has taken her "research" elsewhere, and to be honest, she may as well have taken her "research" to the post office as we always check who is telling us what, first. As all the lucky recipients know, we often pay for a little bit of good information.
Ms Levitt claims she uncovered an apparent Odinite Church in Newark and that 'Dave Yorkshire' could be attending that Church and also be a University Lecturer. But she is not sure. The problem is, Jack Sen and the others.
When we queried why Ms Levitt has figures such as former British National Party (BNP) elections surpemo Eddy Butler and comic book Jew-hater Jack Sen as her Facebook "friends", Ms Levitt has accused us of Antisemitism. Yep, and then persisted, rather in the same vain Jack Sen does when we refuse to print his allegations of child abuse against people on the far-right who do not like him. Jews tend not to obsess about Jews that way Jack Sen obsesses about Jews.
I'm afraid, and we may be wrong, that Ms Levitt could actually be Jack Sen, again, trying to pass us information on his far-right enemies. There's nothing wrong with that; if you're good at it, you'll be well rewarded, but Sen, unfortunately, believes his own lies. That makes him a danger to himself as much as it does us.
Like I said, we may be wrong- as of yet Ms Levitt has not progressed to the point of demanding payment- yet. And we all know Jack Sen (who is telling people at the moment that he is currently helping build a Nazi movement in Ireland) is always short of a few bob for his Whiskey supplies and cheap table cloths.
It's a strange case. But not unusual. And last year Albert did actually buy a timeshare.
After we published this blog, a little bit of panic set in..
Posted: 17 Feb 2017 | There are 3 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Friday, 17 February 2017, 12:44
It seems obvious but apparently we need point out to the EDL's national spokesperson that rape is never funny.
Ian Crossland celebrated St. Valentine's day not with flowers, but a crude and hugely offensive Facebook post.
The man who, with his fellow charmers, claims to protest against sexual abuse, wrote:
Roses are red
violets are blue
we're gonna have sex
cos I'm stronger than you.
In the thread below his post he continued with his rape theme, writing:
"Roses are red, violets are blue, I've got a knife bitch now get in the van."
It was no surprise to see his idiot followers lapping up this misogynistic "joke." Among those liking the post was Billy Charlton who has spent much of the last few months ranting both on and offline about an alleged sexual assault in his native North East.
This, it is claimed, was carried out by immigrants. No-one has been charged although the police are continuing to investigate. No laughing matter. But Crossland's "joke" is Billy?
No doubt us pointing out that this - sexual violence - is not in any way funny, is just "political correctness gone mad." That certainly seemed to be the response when Crossland was previously challenged having posted a so-called joke that was quite clearly disablist.
It seems no depth is to low for Crossland and his acolytes to plumb.
Posted: 17 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Wednesday, 15 February 2017, 14:02
It's a city of poets, a 'city of sharks' cast at the very corner of nowhere. Or so say those who probably do not go there.
Hull, formerly of Yorkshire and then of Humberside and now back in Yorkshire, is a place to go if you don't want to be found, apparently. However, once you get there, it's also said you may never want to leave. If I recall, it has a whale museum. You can hear whale noises inside. And, so says a friend of mine from Grimsby, it has probably the second-best fish and chip shop in the country. Obviously, the best is in Grimsby. Fight that out amongst yourselves!
Hull is now officially the UK City of Culture. Well done.
This weekend however, something nasty is heading their way. Something that like a disease just will not die. Something that contaminates and destroys everything it touches- something that should've been buried for good but creeps like a zombie from the grave. This weekend (Sunday to be exact) the National Front (NF) will crawl into Hull to try and resurrect itself after a punishing 2016 of violence, drug busts, domestic abuse and electoral failure and splits has left it lifeless. It’s a secret meeting, so don’t tell anyone…
Yes, they are probably holding it in secret to avoid any more violence from their own members and supporters like most of last year. And my, how they fought and fought and fought and just how shameless they were. Even going as far as to fight with each other in a kebab shop no less.
Now in its fiftieth fascist year, the NF will be in Hull to try and rebuild a party. Those who still cling to it are the most desperate and depraved of even the fascists. The NF has become little more than a drug dealing, violent, criminal conspiracy.
At their usual venue they use, it appears serial wally Kev Bryan will launch a bid to take back the leadership of the 'party' from the lacklustre Dave MacDonald. Since MacDonald took over as leader of the NF late in 2015/early in 2016, he has mastered a sensational decline. For a more in depth look at the NF's criminal dependency and decline, the State of Hate report is well worth a perusal. Not even one NF member made it into our 'Dirty Dozen' based on influence. However, if it was based on flatulence or effluence, maybe they would.
The party is expected to suggest a stronger tie-in with what remains of the banned group National Action. Maybe they will form a 'Shitler Youth' section?
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 15 February 2017, 13:29
Britain’s most influential far right activists
1 Jim Dowson Influential behind the scenes in Britain and Europe with men in robes and camouflage. He is now the main far right link to Europe and the USA.
2 Larry Nunn Nothing moves without comment or approval from Larry Nunn aka Max Musson. The only fascist still willing to spend money on the movement.
3 Jeremy Bedford Turner The enthusiastic and ubiquitous bagman for Nunn. Not a man of many means, but the driving force in front and behind Nunn’s lofty ambitions.
4 Paul Golding Despite trying to shift Britain First off his plate, his imprisonment has left him bitter, aggravated and potentially more dangerous
5 Mark Collett The BNP’s former Golden Boy has reinvented himself with a book, a regular podcast and appearing alongside former KKK leader David Duke.
6 Arek Rzepinski Leader of the Polish nazi gang NOP, domiciled in Britain. Rzepinkski, known to his followers as "the money collector" recently led his gang of Nazis along with Joe Turner to attack a squat in West London. Rzepinski organises the NOP from his home in Peckham.
7 Julie Lake Former BNP south-west regional organiser. Appears to be playing mother to all and now leading the South West Forum.
8 Stephen Lennon A truly fallen star. He put more effort into building his ego than he ever did Pegida UK.
9 Alex Davies National Action’s former deputy may be rather dim but there are those who want to save him from himself and reinventhim as Collett’s sidekick.
10 Jayda Fransen The first woman to lead (if only temporarily) a right-wing extremist group in the UK. The temporary leader of Britain First has leadership dreams of her own.
11 Joe Turner aka Joe Marsh, leads the Pie n’ Mash squad, the most active far right street gang around at the moment. Joe's had to team up with the Polish neo-Nazi gang for some extra muscle, and also help with his painting and decorating business.
12 Mark Cotterill Cotterill edits the only remaining and salient magazine for the British far right, Heritage & Destiny.
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 15 February 2017, 10:06
The leader of a gang of white supremacists has opened his heart about his ongoing fight to win back his job as a cleaner at a top London University.
Mark Atkinson, who leads the Racial Volunteer Force (RVF), has broken his veil of silence about the pain, hurt and suffering his dismissal has caused.
Atkinson, aged in his fifties, is the leader of the secretive gang that meet for drinks in his shed once a month to plot and plan a race war. Now however, Atkinson's long-held dreams of race war that would see potentially thousands of blacks, gays, Jews and Asians killed have been put on hold whilst he fights for what he believes are his civil and human rights.
Atkinson, a small and gruff individual from Egham in Surrey, was sacked from his job as a cleaner at London's Royal Holloway University last year when the University was made aware that Atkinson- a Holocaust denier with a string of criminal convictions dating back over two decades, had attended an anti-Jewish protest in 2015. It was not without controversy.
Prior to these activities coming to light, Atkinson had been of reasonably good character apparently- or as far as the University knew. It seems Royal Holloway, which has a Holocaust studies department, was totally unaware that Atkinson was a former member of the terror gang Combat 18 (from which his RVF split) or that the RVF which Atkinson formed in 2003, maintained a desire to encourage supporters to resort to violence against people with non-white backgrounds.
Atkinson had been jailed with a host of others in 2005 for the publication of a magazine with anti-Jewish articles such as 'Roast A Rabbi.'
In 1997, Atkinson and three others were jailed for publishing 'Stormer' magazine. Atkinson was caught with hundreds of copies of the 12-page magazine, described by Judge George Bathurst-Norman, as containing "vile out-pouring of hatred and incitement to violence". One of the magazine's targets was the elderly mother of boxer Frank Bruno.
Now the shoe has been placed firmly on the other foot and Atkinson, like one of the ugly sisters in Cinderalla, is feeling hurt that he has lost his job.
A source close to Atkinson (Eddy Stampton) has also spoken as to how Atkinson's sacking has affected the would-be Fuhrer. "He's very upset," said Stampton. "Really sad about it. He just sits in his shed with his swastika flag at half-mast and stares at his mop and broom.
"I keep trying to cheer him up, saying 'c'mon lad, let's go and beat some women up' but he just seems so low about the whole thing."
So desperate to get his job back is Atkinson, that he has staged two demonstrations outside the University when it is closed. Other race-haters have tried to rally around to help in his campaign- a campaign that has dominated his life. So far in the seven months since he has lost his job, Atkinson has bravely confronted two shut gates of the University on two separate Saturdays to make his pain known.
Writing candidly about his pain and suffering on his Facebook page, Atkinson wrote yesterday that he would "not go without a fight" and that it was the second time that being a violent Nazi had lost him his job.
Certainly two sparsely attended demonstrations when the University is closed in seven odd months gives you an idea just how much Atkinson is hurting and not giving in to international Zionism, Snowflakes, Cultural Marxism, Surestart, 'Libtards' or even the Job Centre.
Little is said about the other cleaner who got sacked along with Atkinson. Louis Capaldi (below right) has (unlike Atkinson) kept a low profile- probably on account of his Father being a quite senior police officer.
"Atki' is like Nelson Mandela and Dr King" Stampton told us, "and he sings like Paul Robeson. It's just such a shame that his thirst for racism and violence has cost him his job."
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 6 February 2017, 11:38
One of the first things you learn about the extreme far-right is they would much prefer you did what they say than did what they do.
We have long wished that Margate based racist David Coppin would perhaps see the error of his ways. After all, despite hanging around with violent and racist neo-Nazis, Mr Coppin has an Asian wife. She is Filipino.
Despite having a wife who is deemed by many of his associates as being inferior due to her ethnicity or at least deemed unwelcome due to her place of birth, Coppin still likes to travel up and down the country to racist marches and rallies and hang around with people who would probably push his wife off a bus or simply attack her in the street if they had half a chance.
What's even more bizarre/sad/sickening in the case of Mr Coppin is of course, that he took great pleasure in another defenceless woman being murdered by someone who associated with the same racist views as his- and she was white!
To say the least, whilst Coppin is supping on his lager top and hanging around in pubs with his racist, Nazi mates, he has apparently made no objection to their racism, their racist chants or their violence. How Coppin reconciles this situation with either himself or indeed with his wife and her extended family who also live in this country is a bit of a mystery. I understand that some neo-Nazis will not stand with him or talk to him on demonstrations unless he is buying drinks. So as you can imagine, Coppin- who travels up and down the country almost every week, is often stood at the bar buying friendship or acceptance.
Coppin has been somewhat miffed that we take issue with him hanging around with violent, racist, neo-Nazis whilst having an Asian wife. Not long ago he sent us a rather sad message saying that he could do what he wanted as it was a free country. Obviously not so free that his wife could join he and his mates on anti-immigrant marches complete with violence, you understand. His message accused us of racism...
As he is most weekends, Coppin was again out and about on the weekend with his neo-Nazi mates. He went from Margate down on the South Coast in Kent all the way to Sunderland in the North East, to go on an anti-refugee march where people called for immigrants (like his wife) to be sent home.
The march and protest was organised by the hooligan gang North East Infidels (NEI) . The gang is led by almost comic hooligan figure, thug and drug dealer Warren Faulkner. Despite his love of cultivating his own fruit and veg in his back garden, it would be fair to say that Faulkner is hardly an adorable or loveable rogue. He leads a violent and racist gang of thugs. But the story gets better...
One of the speakers at the rally was none other than former National Front (NF) bigshot Simon Biggs. Biggs is infamous in far-right and antifascist circles. He is a violent thug. He has been accused of even attacking women who share his politics, and let us not forget how in 1993 he shoved a broken glass into the face of a black man who was walking past him near London's Brick Lane holding the hand of a white woman.
You won't be surprised to hear that Biggs has a very long criminal record and has spent a very large part of his life in prison for a range of offences. The most common cause of Biggs's imprisonments has been burglary. He has nearly twenty convictions for breaking into other people's home and stealing their possessions for personal gain. He does not care if his victims are black or what, Asian, straight or Gay. He steals things because he believes it is better to do that than work for a living.
His most recent conviction (that we are aware of) is for stealing soil and plants from a branch of B&Q. So, for many people it would seem slightly strange to have any of these characters involved in a protest that was portraying foreigners, immigrants and refugees as being a problem for other law abiding people in this country! But like I said, the far-right would rather you did what they said than do why they do. Obviously, otherwise B&Q would never get anything sold..
So, bearing in mind that Mr Biggs has numerous convictions for theft and violence, Mr Faulkner has convictions for drugs and assault on police and that Mr Coppin has a Filipino wife, what do you suppose Biggs's speech was like?
Well, here are some quotes:
"With it (immigration) comes crime... Murders, burglaries and assaults.
"We don't need their [foreigners] economic wealth.. what good has it done for the country?"
"[Our country] is now filled up with blacks, foreigners and Asians.."
A thirty strong crowd clapped in agreement with Biggs, the convicted burglar who also shoves glasses into the face in black men. Among the people clapping was David Coppin, who travelled for five hours and 340 miles away from his non-white and foreign wife to hear it. After that kind of trip you'd probably feel obliged to clap, wouldn't you?
Whether anything we say or even his Nazi mates have to say ever sinks in with David Coppin is a mystery. However, last night he announced he was leaving Britain with all of its foreigners and non-white people, and was moving to the Philippines with his wife.
He's had enough it seems of all the non-white immigrants and especially the Muslims who he feels, have ruined this country. Coppin’s racial colleagues, no doubt smirking, have already begun to wish him well. None it appears, have asked or begged him to stay.
It's fair to say that Coppin's six years standing in pubs and carparks first with the English Defence League (before they threw him out) and just lately with groups like National Action and the National Front with a tatty England flag draped over his shoulders have almost completely decimated the scourge of Islamic terror in the United Kingdom anyway. And so now, the smart man that he is, David Coppin is taking himself off to live in the Philippines to get away from the non-whites, foreigners, Sheldons on Margate High Street and all of the other things that have blighted his life.
I will just offer Coppin this one piece of travel advice from the Foreign Office (it's for foreigners, innit?) about travel to the Philippines.
The Filipino word for surrender is Rendición, Mr Coppin. And if you thought life in the United Kingdom was rough, I'd suggest you keep that England flag with you at all time. it can be a bit rougher.
Posted: 6 Feb 2017 | There are 5 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Sunday, 5 February 2017, 10:00
No sooner had my colleague asked what had become of Gil Gould then up he pops with the South East Alliance (SEA) gang in Sunderland yesterday.
Gould, who is on the far-right in the lead picture is also known as Joachim Piper. Neither he nor the rest of the people in the photograph seem to care that David Coppin (on the far-left) is with them. Coppin has a Chinese wife that he does not take on his Nazi adventures- such is his love for her, no doubt.
For our next trick, we'll ask why did 'Angry' Al Francis up and leave Essex in the middle of the night and move into a mobile home in the East Midlands?
A small gang of Nazis were up and about in Sunderland yesterday, but this did antagonise another gang of Nazis also domiciled in Sunderland. This on going argument between two gangs of meatheads is only worth following because Billy Charlton makes it so worthwhile. I have to concur with Charlton on this one; Simon Biggs's talents are not in the speaking department.
The comments by Charlton certainly upset rival Nazi Warren Faulkner who runs the North East Infidels. The convicted thug took great offence to Charlton's comments on Facebook and hit back claiming he too is a big time thug. Etc, etc
The big surprise in Sunderland was the return of the dubious Gary Crane and Right Wing Resistance. Despite claiming he is the hardest Nazi in Britain, Crane and his gang were chased away by other Nazis before the Social could catch up with them.
Down in that there London, there was trouble at mill for the London Forum when a large gang of black-clad anarchists pounced on their secret meeting venue and shouted nasty things about Kevin Layzell's hands being in Polish Maria's knicker drawer and Stead Steadman's all-year-round 'Sturmabteilung' shorts. No prizes for guessing that they were probably looking for the gang of Polish Nazis led by Arkadiusz Rzepinski and David Czerwonko who launched a violent attack on a squat last weekend. Czerwonko has apparently gone back to Poland until his hand gets better, while Rzepinksi is still living and working on a building site in Peckham, South London.
By all accounts no fewer than eleven Metropolitan Police riot vans were needed to carry Eddy Morrison's rider out of the venue after he failed to turn up and guzzle it. And there was no sign of Rzepinski (above), either.
And finally, as we predicted, Roy Price his home safe and sound. Now wonder so many members of the SEA are missing or in Sunderland.
Posted: 5 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 3 February 2017, 12:24
Even our "friends" in the ranks of the far-right have been querying the behaviour of Britain First's (BF) leadership of late. In the main this is due to the behaviour of their leader Paul Golding, who issued startling threats against politicians, journalists and others he deemed worthy of his hatred in an astonishing video he released not long after his release from prison last month.
We had been wondering since last September when we exposed (the newspaper 'Exclusives' followed a couple of months later) Britain First's founder Jim Dowson hanging out with masked militia men in Bulgaria, how long it would be until Golding and his deputy Jayda Fransen latched onto the idea of bringing militias from abroad to parade on Britain's streets with them.
Last Thursday, Fransen announced on Twitter that the "famous" Bulgarian militia of Jim Dowson's infamy (they all have it in for him) would be speaking at BF's demonstration in Telford, pencilled in for February 25th.
That announcement, it would appear, more than riled Dowson, who has fallen in and out of love with Golding and Fransen umpteen times over the past two or three years. Word is that the three of them have not been in the same room together since a heated exchange at Britain First demonstration in Dewsbury in January 2016 over Britain First's failed venture into Europe (Hungary).
The day was also marked by Dowson insiting that Britain First provide somebody to carry his wooden cross for him whilst he paraded around town dressed like Herr Flick.
Since that argument, Dowson has made somewhat of a name for himself in Europe, and dare we say, in the United States also. HOPE not hate will contend that Dowson and Nick Griffin's activities in Bulgaria in particular is at the behest of either the Russian far-right or the Syrian government. Or both. There will be more on this in our State of Hate report due out next week.
Now the militia in question- part of the far-right Bulgarian National Movement/League of Veterans, operating on a website almost certainly built for them by Dowson's nationalist hub in Budapest, have angrily pulled out of the visit to Britain.
Writing in English, they proclaim:
We will NOT participate in such protests scheduled in the UK, because we are not Islam-haters but rather true patriots defending the human rights and liberties guaranteed by the Declaration of Human Rights of the UN to all free-born European citizens. We seek the revival and the independence and sovereignty of the European nations along with their various moral and family traditions.
The statement itself is another warped version of Dowson's own ideological differences with Britain First. Hunting down Muslim refugees and allegedly handing their details to the Syrian security services is fine, but in the case of Britain (or at least Britain First) "WILL DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN PROTESTS AGAINST MUSLIM COMMUNITIES IN EUROPE WHICH CONFESS THE TRADITIONAL ISLAM, AND UPHOLD THE MORAL, TRADITIONS AND VALUES OF THEIR PEOPLE." Yes, they did shout it just like that, apparently.
What a tangled web these boys and girls really do weave.
Posted: 3 Feb 2017 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 1 February 2017, 10:53
Well, the good news is that Roy Price is due out of prison any day soon. Roy's been in prison for nearly a year. He was arrested for his part in the Dover riot last January. It was Price's arrest and subsequent time spent on remand that triggered a massive fall-out in the ranks of the fascist movement over bottle, booze, bricks, bondage and other stuff beginning with B.
By June of last year, the South East Alliance (SEA) leader Paul Prodromou was so sick and tired of rumours and allegations about himself that he made this classic video in response to his detractors. He was 'facking' angry etc, etc.
No doubt Price's return will be marked by the usual Nazi shindig of booze, drugs and domestic violence. You'll read about it here, folks..
Someone else who is (below) average and angry is height challenged Nazi Kevin Watmough. The petite Fuhrer appears to have dumped the war-torn National Front in favour of the war-torn North West Infidels (NWI) drug gang. So far Watmough has managed to target a primary school for racial hatred which is a step-up from one of his racial colleagues who last year targeted a nursery for burglary.
However, Watmough is still not very adept at dealing with the media. He has been having a little bit of a meltdown about being contacted by the media to explain his actions. To be fair to Mr Watmough, having made a lifetime out of associating with paedophiles, Nazis and wannabe terrorists, he should be better prepared or protected than he is from scrutiny.
Another of Watmough's old friends is Eddie Morrison, the Leeds based wannabe Fuhrer often found with his head in a toilet basin. A few years ago, after Watmough and Morrison fell out over a bottle of White Lightening, Watmough told a wonderful story about pulling Morrison out of the bath. Such incidences are probably all part of Morrison's secret life as a Nazi poet. Yes, Morrison writes poetry and also does poor copies of Monet paintings from his accommodation in Leeds. Indeed, his bookshelf is full of books about Hitler and his walls are covered in attempts to mimic Oscar-Claude Monet, the father of French impressionist painting. According to a source who was with Morrison on the sauce quite recently, Morrison's attempts at impressionism are so poor that his other hero, Hitler, would have quite possibly locked him up for degeneracy. Now there's a thing..
Anyway, Morrison will be in London this weekend talking to the London Forum about 'Nationalist Poetry as Art & Ideology'. Given that Buckfast is Morrison's most recent muse, this should be interesting. According to the London Forum, Morrison has "long been an advocate for White Identity both as organiser and activist. He is also a poet."
Yes, poet Morrison is the man who wrote:
The music has fled for
the Last Verse is dead
and the Wild Gods of Mammon
now reign overjoyed
So come to me quickly
and I will enfold thee
Whilst all around rages
the now shapeless storm
It's about an old white 'chick' he digs, right? Anyway, the London Forum has pencilled him in to perform his poetry after what will no doubt be some rather startled Iranian nationals have finished talking about Jews and stuff. It makes sense. I guess Jews need not attend.
The Guardian ran a story yesterday about British National Party (BNP) leader and banned former schoolteacher Adam Walker still teaching kids. It's five years later than we ran it, but I guess it is still welcome. Walker was initially banned from teaching after pulling a knife and chasing young boys and slashing their bicycle tyres. To lose one school teacher in the family is careless, but you should google his brother Mark and see why he was also banned from teaching!!
It seems the impetus for the Guardian to run the story may well have come from one of Walker's old BNP comrades, Pete Molloy. Molloy, who also hangs around with kids despite his own fascist activities has been positively crowing about the story. Nice..
But it's not just that old comrade having a dig at the BNP leader. Porn boss Steve Squire who was not even wanted by Britain First has suddenly turned up in Asiatic race-hate gang, The Jack Sen Five, and has given it with "both barrels" to his former leader after Walker announced the BNP would be standing in the forthcoming Stoke Central Parliamentary by-election on 23rd February. According to the party website the BNP's candidate will be National Press Officer, David Furness. Furness is just about the only person left in the party willing to stand anywhere. In fact, it is a bit of a struggle to recall any other BNP candidates other than Furness standing anywhere of late.
Poor old David. If he gets hammered again, he could well end up being the next Lord David Sutch!!
It was a weird weekend at our office. As well as having to paint my office wall red and blue, our young volunteer kept taking phone calls from someone with a "brummie" accent, desperate to tell them where the bonehead gig involving the long awaited return of Nazi rock band Squadron was taking place. They were pushing very strongly that it was in Cheshunt and we should form some sort of daisy chain and march up there and stop it. What was even more bizarre, is the rumour that the caller was calling from a rival Nazi gig being held in the Midlands. Would you Adam & Eve it? Hands up if you think that's true...
And finally, a big shout out to Gil Gould from Essex. Gil's another angry white man. We've not heard from Gil for a while either as Mick Wittman or as his other nom de plume, Joe Piper.
Don't be shy, Gil.
Posted: 1 Feb 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments