Jew-hating Polish priest is promising to try and enter Britain again for another anti-Muslim shoutfest
Earlier this year the disgraced Polish priest Jacek Międlar was banned from entering the United Kingdom to attend a Britain First rally in Telford.
Międlar is a leading go-to figure for right-wing extremists in Poland, in particular right-wing extremists who practice extreme anti-Muslim hatred, antisemitism, homophobia etc, etc – you get the picture.
His speeches also target the Left and immigrants, and are often accompanied with calls for the “warriors of great Poland” and chants of “God, honour, fatherland”.
He has also described Jews as a “cancer” on society. Upon being refused entry to the UK last time, he subsequently claimed to have been barred by “the Jewish secret service” which, of course, runs Britain from a secret hideout somewhere only he knows about.
We said at the time that we felt it was strange for Britain First to jump into bed with someone like Międlar, but Britain First was visiting him again earlier this month and has now included him in its list of speakers for its rally this weekend in Birmingham. It is also believed that Britain First is hoping to import some strong-armed Polish support similar to National Action and the North West Infidels last year for the disastrous rally in Liverpool.
Our contacts in Poland, including the Antifascist organisation Never Again, tell us that Międlar is telling those close to him there and in Britain, that he will attempt to enter the UK again in time for this Saturday’s rally.
There appears to be somewhat of a race on between Britain First and Stephen Lennon to mop up as many anti-Muslim friends as possible. Międlar is one that Lennon never went close to, but there are now a plethora of exhausted anti-Muslim activists in Europe that Britain First wants to tie-in with, even if Lennon has already burnt them.
Another speaker is Edwin Wagensveld who leads/led the tiny Pegida group in the Netherlands.
Wagensveld was arrested last week near the German border attempting to reach a rally at which Britain First’s Deputy Leader Jayda Fransen was listed to speak.
Wagensveld is another one who likes to dress up in camouflage, but not actually join the army. He also likes to hunt refugees.
Let’s hope the Home Office sees sense like it did last time.
Head of Intelligence
Matthew Collins has been the focus of two BBC documentaries, 'Life Etc' in 2001 and the BBC3 film 'Dead Man Walking' (2004). His autobiography is 'HATE: My Life in the British Far Right' (Biteback) and he is also author of 'Nazi Terrorist: The Story of National Action' (HOPE not hate). He is a regular contributor to news & broadcast media.Twitter