Kevin Scott ex North East BNP organiser and now director of the fake “civil rights” organisation Civil Liberty likes to bleat on about how his organisation will defend individuals who have fallen victim to the tyranny of government.
Sounds a worthy cause but of course Scott only means white, Anglo Saxon victims, he certainly wouldn’t defend anyone whom he considers inferior, which might go some way to explain his latest anti-Semitic posting on his Facebook page.
Scott initially posted an online newspaper article entitled ” Hungarian Jews seek removal of anti-Semitic writers from curriculum” The article refers to Hungarian Jews calling for the removal of four anti-Semitic authors off the Hungarian national high school curriculum.
As an introduction Scott posted “The last time ethnic Jews shouted the odds in Hungary after the First World War it didn’t end well!” This is a reference to the 500,000 Jews massacred in Hungary during World War Two.
Joining Scott, his friend Gregory Lauder Frost comments “Just WHO do these creeps think they are?”
When someone refers to the Jews as “The Chosen People” Lauder Frost continues “Pity that until now God does not appear to have felt they were…..And of course who is it that told us they were the chosen? Why themselves of course. What a joke.”
Convicted criminal Lauder Frost was jailed for two years in 1992 after being found guilty of eight charges of embezzling money from the Riverside health authority. The court was told he had channelled money into extreme right-wing political causes. It emerged at the end of his trial that he had also been implicated in attempts to sell elderly Russian arms to far right groups in the USA.
Lauder Frost has a history of far right connections. One of those connections includes Clive Derby-Lewis who was jailed for life for his role in the murder of the ANC leader Chris Hani in 1993.
Former BNP member Lauder Frost is also a former member of the Conservative Party’s Monday Club as well as the Western Goals Institute, and is now Vice President of the Traditional Britain Group.