posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 23 January 2017, 08:42
The founder of the English Defence League (EDL), Stephen Lennon, has been tweeting the last few days about leading a march in Bristol in memory of Mosque attacker Kevin Crehan who died in Horfield Prison while serving a 12-month sentence.
The circumstances around Crehan's death are still unclear and there are those around the anti-Muslim street protest scene who believe his death was suspicious.
Lennon, who quit the EDL in 2013 has suggested he leads a march in memory and protest through Bristol, suggesting it should be labelled EDL march. This has raised some eyebrows as Lennon quit the group in apparent disgust of its extremism and excessive behaviour. He later founded the UK wing of the German far-right group Pegida, but that seems to have ground to a halt due to behind the scenes arguments.
Sadly for Lennon, the EDL (a tiny group nowadays) has decided to march with the equally tiny and moronic Casuals United gang and not fall in behind their founder and greatest detractor.
My, how the mighty have fallen foul of their own spawn.
Posted: 23 Jan 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Tuesday, 17 January 2017, 20:35
Serial troll Shaun Moth has claimed that that he's had his "door kicked in" by police as part of a "witch hunt on patriots and nationalism."
You may recall we reported before Christmas that Moth had called for the murders of Diane Abbott and Brexit legal challenger Gina Miller. You may also recall he was convicted of posting that he wished a then missing three-year-old child, Mikaeel Kumar, be found under the wheels of a bus.
If his claim is true that Police Scotland have raided his home and seized his laptop and mobile, then this is a welcome development. Despite already having done jail time he seems to think he can continue his spittle-flecked commentaries, regardless of the laws against hate crime.
Let's be clear about this. This is not an freedom of speech issue. We are not, as Moth claims "close to living in a Communist society" nor are gulags on the way to deal with dissenters. We do, though, have laws designed to prevent incitement of hatred against people because of their ethnic or religious identity. That's what the issue is.
Posted: 17 Jan 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Tuesday, 17 January 2017, 19:15
The leader of the far-right group Britain First Paul Golding has been out of prison for little more than a week.
He was jailed just before Christmas for eight weeks after breaching a court order not to enter a mosque.
Already a volatile organisation, Golding stepped down from leading Britain First for a proposed six months just before sentencing last month after a mixture of internal quarrelling and personal business made his leadership difficult.
Now Golding has been released, he has returned to his favourite pastime of making a YouTube video addressing his followers. Despite his addresses normally being monotone and monosyllabic, this address by Golding (who appears to have reinstalled himself as leader) contains a series of not-so veiled threats that given the current climate should be viewed with great concern.
He begins by giving a chilling and possibly quite accurate account of life inside a violent Victorian prison but claims Golding, he was put in prison not by the current right- wing Tory government, but by a "corrupt left wing establishment" in the hope it would crush his resolve or "moderate" his future behaviour.
Using a backdrop to an angry rant that included pictures of opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn and Prime Minister Teresa May, Golding threatens to "confront and oppose every traitor in this country.
"All the politicians, all the journalists who have spent their careers undermining our nation, you WILL succumb to this movement eventually" he says, again using Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and members of the Muslim community as a backdrop.
He continues that those who have upset him will "endure a day of reckoning" for what he describes as their "crimes against our nation."
He describes a "day of justice" for those who he is planning to target in his new crusade, describing politicians and journalists as "leftists" who are "delusional in the extreme" he claims he is going to bring "every single last one of you ['leftists'] to justice.
"I can promise you, from the very depths of my being, you will all meet your miserable ends at the hands of the Britain First movement. Every last one of you."
This is without doubt, a chilling threat from an organisation that barely operates within the law already. An organisation that thrives on confrontation, fear and violence.
In the wake of the murder of an MP last year by a man who held similar views, these words must be taken seriously. Very seriously.
Posted: 17 Jan 2017 | There are 20 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Friday, 13 January 2017, 11:51
The English Democrats' Steve Uncles has once again exploited tragedy in a bid to promote hatred towards Muslims.
On his open Facebook page the one time candidate for Kent's Police & Crime Commissioner decided to comment on the tragic death of seven year-old Katie Rough. A 15 year-old girl has been remanded in custody accused of her murder.
Like the rest of us, Uncles knows little of the circumstances of the case. Unlike the rest of us he's not prepared to let justice take its course, instead deciding to offer up his own peculiar and highly distasteful commentary. There's no thought given to the ongoing police enquiry, nor to the fact that a family is grieving the loss of their young daughter.
Uncles has form for commenting upon and even trying to disrupt police investigations, as we reported last year. Again in that case his intervention was driven by his hatred of Muslims.
This moral bankrupt also showed scant sympathy for the murder of MP Jo Cox. Following her death he posted that Jo had "turned her back on her own kind" and "let white English girls down."
Given the offensive, injudicious and sometimes prejudicial nature of Uncles' social media outbursts, it's perhaps now time for the Kent Police to knock on the door of a man who once had ambitions to oversee their force?
Posted: 13 Jan 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Thursday, 12 January 2017, 09:56
We're not going to get drawn into what happened to the monies collected by some fascists to buy Christmas presents for the children of their incarcerated racial comrades. I seem to recall back in the day, when I was in the National Front, such funds were actually called the "beer fund" and come Yuletide, the party Chairman would take a few of us out for a pint or two with the cash because as he (quite reasonably) reasoned, most of those kids never got Christmas gifts when their fathers were not in nick anyway.
Not a lot has changed it seems. The row about monies raised for prisoners has rumbled on for nearly a year now as the anniversary of the Dover debacle approaches and more and more fascists are finding themselves locked up. It'll come as little surprise to those from the south that their northern comrades have, in the main, put most of the money up their noses.
Some good news for Britain First (not) in that their leader Paul Golding has now been released. Now the arguments can begin, and proof should be sought as to whether Golding was really denied visits. His comrades are claiming they were regularly turned away from visiting him. The truth will come out in the end, I suppose. He could always ask for the receipts of their mysterious train tickets, etc, etc.
One fascist currently being held is National Action's (NA) Lawrence Burns, the young man from Cambridge.
A jury at Cambridge Crown Court last month found Lawrence Burns, 26, guilty of inciting racial hatred in a series of inflammatory Facebook posts in 2014, as well as making a racist speech at a memorial demonstration to American white supremacist leader David Lane.
In the speech, which was later posted on YouTube, Burns was heard to refer to Jews as "parasites" that wanted to create a "mongrelised race".
Awaiting sentence, Burns has written to Jeremy "Jez" Turner. Turner has written of poor Lawrence's plight from "behind the wire" even quoting Richard Lovelace, the seventeenth century English poet and not the father of Linda as serial wally and police grass Eddie Stampton thought.
Burns has written “I am guilty of nothing other than telling the truth," which is not quite what the jury thought. Burns also claims he can smell "victory in the air" which given the state and condition of Britain's prisons it's highly likely that the smell is actually something that should perfectly accompany such silly thoughts and ideas.
Burns has also written a poem. It's the work of someone who feels everything must rhyme, which would probably have Linda's father turning in his grave. Here's a snippet of the mind of the mindless racist, anyway:
The outcast must by now decide
To submit to unjust law,
Or continue to fight for what is right
Against a system corrupt to the core.
A coward prefers the chains of comfort
To life outside this law,
To keep himself from strife
He remains a subservient whore
I'd advise Mr Burns not to give up his day job, particularly as his day job is slopping out (where he can smell this victory of his coming) I'd say that was very apt and sound advice.
In writing up Burns’ plight, Turner suggests fascists who want to write to Burns do so in capital letters- what with joined up writing being so difficult for most of them:
“He is currently a remand prisoner, and is due to be sentenced on 30th January
Write to this brave young man, (remember letters will be censored in both directions, and illegible letters will not be allowed, so write in capitals if need be), and do not forget our other political prisoners worldwide.”
That’s sound advice. Also, avoid putting little swastikas on the outside of the envelopes; the staff at HMP Peterborough have been warned about nonsense like that.
Another fascist from National Action was also arrested yesterday. This will bode well for the panto season...
Posted: 12 Jan 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Wednesday, 11 January 2017, 19:34
Barely had the New Year’s bells rung and the English Defence League (EDL) had yet again stuck out a begging bowl.
This time the rapidly disintegrating group is hoping fellow fascists will dig deep to fund “full demo support” as it plans to return to Rotherham next month.
Why are they returning to the South Yorkshire town? Well they're upset after four of its activists were jailed just before Christmas.
Reece Mclaren, Daniel Luty, Dennis Farrell and John Sheridan were found guilty of violent disorder after a clash with locals following marches by the EDL, South East Alliance and Britain First in September 2015.
The locals, ten Asian men, had previously been cleared having understandably said they were merely defending themselves. According to the EDL this outcome was a result of "The pressure put on by the left wing system and it's appeasing sympathisers" and blamed the judge. Of course it was the jury who found them not guilty but that's a little trickier for graduates of the School of Hard Knocks to get their empty heads around.
But back to that curiously vague description of what any cash raised might be used for. Perhaps lessons have been learned from previous fundraising exercises which were supposed to fund PA systems and two-way radio which mysteriously never seemed to materialise.
Cynics might suggest that "full demo support" might include ensuring the notoriously thirsty leadership are not left parched in the February sun,. But of course suggestions that the money could be used to purchase cheap Belgian lager are wide of the mark.
Besides clear heads will be needed to handle a little local difficulty after Graham Jackson, leader of the English Defence League's Welsh contingent announced a day trip to Liverpool. Crossland & Co. have yet to confirm if this unofficial announcement is backed by leadership officialdom.
It might be that they want a little time to mull things over given that recent forays by the far right to Liverpool have not gone at all well. Certainly the reaction from Liverpudlians, including Mayor Joe Anderson, suggest no red carpet will be rolled out.
A Liverpool Echo Facebook thread attracted only derision from the majority of commentators. The exceptions were Garron Helm formerly of the now proscribed National Action and a convicted and jailed anti-semite . Helm was joined by Samantha Lambie "poster girl for the Scottish Neo-Nazi movement."
Both are excellent examples of why the far right are not welcome in Liverpool or any of our towns and cities.
Posted: 11 Jan 2017 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 9 January 2017, 11:08
There's been some not inconsiderable fall-out from the Kebab-gate story we ran over the weekend.
Sadly, most of what has happened can't be repeated or reported here for matters of good taste, common sense, legals etc, etc.
But there has been a knock-on effect. On Saturday the National Front (NF) protested in Maidstone using the name of the South East Alliance (SEA) the rag-tag bunch of underclass racists who ruin just about every far-right activity they organise. So used are the media in Kent to SEA disasters, they actually reported initially, that SEA failed to turn up!
We can confirm the SEA did protest, but it was led by the NF's deputy leader Tony Martin and not the other (un)usual other moronic shouty white men of SEA. Joining the NF deputy leader was their little drummer man, and lover of the tool box, Mac McElhinny.
Luckily, to maintain the stupidity we associate with Kent fascists, David Coppin's wife let him out to play with his race-hate mates. How... quaint?
In the North East, where there are more nazi groups than anywhere else in the country, a row continues to fester between the Sunderland Defence League (led by shouty caps lock legend Billy Charlton) and the North East Infidels (led by former crack dealer and all round good guy, Warren Faulkner.)
Now it seems that war is spreading to the North West, as John Vickers and Charlton have opened up a front against the drug gang the North West Infidels (NWI). Can you keep up?
Well, Vickers spells out what he finds so unpleasant about the gang in an on line discussion with Billy Charlton that he hoped we did not see or record. Sadly for him, we did. Johnny should be careful, some of the NWI know where plenty of skeletons are buried. And drugs, obviously.
And finally, as I am about to hop off on a plane to sunnier places, here is the first test for the government's ban on the wannabe terror-gang, National Action:
Si Forster from East Anglia (DOB Sept 15th 1997) has been very active in National Action for the past 2-3 years and has even been thrown out of college for being a nasty nazi. Well, yesterday he began basic training with the British Army- you know, the place where people learn how to use guns, make bombs etc, etc.
Way to go, lads...
Posted: 9 Jan 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Sunday, 8 January 2017, 12:49
The National Front (NF) is having another in a long line of violent splits. Leading the way in threats and violence on behalf of the party against its detractors, is an old HOPE not hate favourite, Darren 'Daz' Lumb. He is always throwing his weight around while asking for cigarettes and a free dinner.
He has recently been a tormentor of the rival faction led by Heywood and Middleton's happy family, Kevin and Debbie McMahon
Well, things came to a head last night when Lumb was cornered by the rival gang and filmed doing his job delivering kebabs. Halal kebabs. Lumb was called a "traitor" by his rival nazis. That seemed to get him very, very angry. They also insulted his wife- not nice.
Things turned a bit nasty and a few air punches were thrown. It's a funny video if you like nazis being humiliated.
The only thing we can assure is, it will not be the last anybody hears of this...
Posted: 8 Jan 2017 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Sarah Archibald | on: Sunday, 18 December 2016, 14:53
Sad news this morning that the Mosque in Cumbernauld, Scotland, has been vandalised by some kind of idiot or idiots who think of themselves as Christian Crusaders.
This comes only a few days after Paul Golding, the leader of Britain First, was sent to prison for continued harassment of Muslims and their places of worship.
Last year, Golding's gang tried to hold a rally in the town but were driven away by locals who blocked their path. No doubt that group still exists in town. The police are, "investigating." Indeed. We'll be following up to make sure they are. The news also comes on the day that the Daily Telegraph reveals Muslims in Britain have donated ten tonnes of goods for the homeless at Christmas. That's exactly ten tonnes more than Britain First has collected and distributed to the poor.
The only thing Britain First are collecting for at this time of year are the exact people they collect for all year round; themselves.
What Britain First do not tell you is that, the constant videos on their Facebook page are already collecting them money by being monetized- every time some clicks on the website Britain First displays- they get paid.
And what do Britain First want people to click on so they can earn their filthy lucre? Why, yes, pictures and videos of people getting tortured or having their head cut off. Nice eh? Britain First describes the videos they show as "barbaric", we agree. Possibly only slightly more barabaric than actusally making money by spreading videos of the act, surely?
Posted: 18 Dec 2016 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 17 December 2016, 10:50
Back in October I wrote how the British National Party's Scottish organiser had turned up with Nick Griffin and Jim Dowson during a tremendous punch up in down town Budapest, Hungary. Yes, Kenny McDonald is really a man about town these days. What with the British National Party being dead on its feet, he has plenty of time to be so.
Not one to be bitter about his party's demise, Kenny has been using Facebook to spread the propaganda of the Assad regime on behalf of Nick Griffin and to talk about Jo Cox, the MP murdered by a neo-Nazi like Kenny, getting what she deserved. Pure class, aren't they?
It's was a bad day for National Action (NA) yesterday with news that as well as being made illegal, Lawrence Burns, their dynamic Cambridge based dynamo was found guilty of being a racist plonker. Here's a picture of Lawrence in Newcastle last year with Italian mercenary Francesco Saverio Fontana- the man sent to the UK to recruit neo-Nazis to go and fight in the Ukraine. I'm sure Lawrence's brief, Adrian Davis, will have more luck next time as there are plenty more like Lawrence Burns to come..
A lot of National Action members were visited by the police yesterday and given letters warning them that they are no longer to promote NA or behave like tools in any way. I wonder if the police got the same response at a certain NA member's house as ITV News did the other day? On that occasion, the Aryan hard man's mother told the news crew that her hardened Aryan son was still in bed at midday and was a "very naughty boy..."
Another attractive Aryan boy due a visit from plod, is Thunderbirds extra, Jack Renshaw. Jack has made somewhat of a name for himself by constantly calling for Jews to be eradicated. The pint-sized barman (he left University earlier than his parents had hoped he would) has been back on Twitter to prove his worth as a Jew hating Nutzi. I would think, Jack, your time would be better spent getting ready for prison. You'll hardly be a pretty wallflower for long.
Not wanting to go to prison is one of our old favourites, Warren "Wazza" Faulkner, the convicted crack dealer from the gang, North East Infidels. Warren has been having a war of words with fellow Sunderland alumni, Billy Charlton, he of infamous CAPSLOCK fame, and a man in serious need of a recreational riot. Anyway, it appears Wazza went a little too far in bragging how much more violence he is responsbile for than Charlton. Oops!
Fearing he is about to get a tug from the police, "Wazza" has jacked in his Nazi activities to concentrate on his formidable charitable work. I doubt that would fool any judge, Wazza. Still, you would fair a lot better on the Friday night mixer at HMPS than say, Jack Renshaw.
And finally, what a week it has been. So long, for eight weeks (well, it'll be four) to Paul Golding. Golding invaded one Mosque too many and has been sent off to calm down at Her Majesty's pleasure. This will no doubt give Paul ample opportunity to study the good book he trashes every time he waves his unopened copy in the face of men and women trying to go about their lawful business.
The year's not over yet folks, and there are still more to come. Or go, to prison.
Posted: 17 Dec 2016 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments