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Trouble flares in Sunderland

posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 6 October 2012, 13:36

Fascists: members of the Infidels cover their faces.

Fascists: members of the Infidels cover their faces.

A demonstration in Sunderland by 150 supporters of the EDL breakaway group the "Infidels" is turning nasty.

Groups of Infidelss from the Noirth East and North West have been joined by the National Front and are throwing firecrackers at antifascists who are also marching.


Police will be busy. They should turn the drug squad on the Infidels instead...

Police will be busy. They should turn the drug squad on the Infidels instead...

Antifascists

Antifascists


 Posted: 6 Oct 2012 | There are 8 comments

Comments

Comment 1 | From: B31 Antifascist | Date: 6 October 2012, 14:13

Being peaceful again, are they?? Peaceful lovely sweet little Nazis...how many local people who either back or oppose the new mosque actually WANT little Hitlers and assorted thuggish rabble marching through what is their estate with an army of police 'defending' their right??? Are innocent locals being targeted by outside troublemakers?? Of course. Local Muslims have offered to peacefully build bridges with local (Christian and non-religious) residents and to help foster understanding. Which is more than the fascists are doing!


Comment 2 | From: wb | Date: 6 October 2012, 14:16

why are the UAF there???


Comment 3 | From: Matthew | Date: 6 October 2012, 14:26

Why would they not be?


Comment 4 | From: B31 Antifascist | Date: 6 October 2012, 14:30

At least UAF protested PEACEFULLY, wb! No firecrackers there


Comment 5 | From: IanB | Date: 6 October 2012, 14:44

Seems to me these people are just looking for a day out, really. Why aren't they at football - oh, yes - much too cerebral for them.


Comment 6 | From: wb | Date: 6 October 2012, 19:15

@Matthew & B31, i asked a reasonable question and got less than sensible answers, why??


Comment 7 | From: B31 Antifascist | Date: 7 October 2012, 06:35

wb, we shouldn't have to explain that. UAF and other antifascist groups have, since the days of Cable Street and the BUF dedicated to exposing fascism wnenever and whereever they try to organise and spread their filth. They don't like it when we do, probably because they're intrinsically anti-democratic and prone to violent confrontation. That is the bottom line. If the NF choose to behave like knobheads, that's hardly UAF's fault now, is it?? Isn't free speech lovely????


Comment 8 | From: B31 Antifascist | Date: 7 October 2012, 08:01

The first question for the asking is 'why were the CxF/EDL/Infidels/BNP/NF there then?' apart to turn a local grievance into a race issue, using firecrackers and drunken violence to do so, of course.


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