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National Front row gets violent

posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 21 March 2016, 16:46


Darren Lumb: Naughty and not nice

Darren Lumb: Naughty and not nice

The feud between the National Front (NF) and the North West Infidels (NWI) has turned violent over the weekend.

For the past year, despite rumblings of discontent that have already boiled over into violence once or twice, the two groups have been intertwined in some kind of white powder love in. Like all drug cartels (which the NWI is most certainly little more than) violence is never far from the surface and it appears the NF's self-appointed enforcer Darren Lumb took it upon himself to visit dissenting voices in the NF and threaten them with violence.

Sullivan: With a friend too embarrassed to show his face

Sullivan: With a friend too embarrassed to show his face

It's not the first time Lumb has turned violent of threatening against NF members, he issued a number of threats last year when another internal feud boiled over.

And it is not the first time that NF business has turned violent, either. Last year, McMahon was the victim of an attack that appeared to bring to an end the feuding.

This feud appears to be about the relationship between the NWI and the teen gang National Action. This time it appears that Lumb has taken the side of McMahon in this long running feud and has upped the ante by threatening other nazis on their doorsteps and in the pub.

One of those threatened is Nigel Sullivan, an associate of both National Action and the NWI and a major fan of dressing up in daft costumes. he was visited by Lumb and one other in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. He is also claiming that he was threatened by Lumb in front of his children.

According to a friend of ours, people were ringing around Yorkshire nazis last night asking where Lumb works, as a small group of nazis are trying to raise enough people to go back and attack Lumb packing boxes at the factory where he works night shift.

It's like one of those soap operas you do not watch for a week or two; nothing changes and the characters are very, very dim.


Suvillan: Likes a costume...

Suvillan: Likes a costume...


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