Silly Nazis and video nasties.
More trouble in the far-right in the North East, with a disastrous turn out on the ‘Justice 4 Women’ demonstration in Newcastle on the weekend
In part, the shrinking opportunity and exposure for this group is linked to the arguments and mistrust we highlighted in our previous blog about the demise of ‘DIY’ fascism.
What probably did not help the attendance was police swooping on a number of far-right figures across the North East last week, allegedly over the extreme content of a video being shared by men who claim to protect women.
This latest far-right flop will probably go the same way as everything else in the North East far-right; a fight in a pub and lashings upon lashings of burglaries and stabbings. Everyone is under suspicion for everything at the moment.
None more so under suspicion is Kieron Wright, the notorious thug, drug dealer and nazi who ungraciously attached himself to the disastrous and rather dubious, ‘Justice for Chelsey’ campaign which was an early forerunner of ‘Justice 4 Women.’
Wright is the brother of Chelsey Wright whose ‘Justice for Chelsey’ campaign attracted the likes of Billy Charlton, Warren Faulkner, Stephen Lennon, Jayda Fransen and Paul Golding. Most of them shook buckets, but hardly the laws of this country.
Kieron seems to be engaging in some ongoing torment and torture of former ‘friends’ which appears to include the theft of property. Oh well.
Still, not to be outdone on silliness in the North East, far-right nasties For Britain are only planning on holding a rally for fellow dafties during next month’s Durham Miners’ Gala.
Meanwhile, in the North West, it’s been a troublesome day in court for James Goddard.
The police seized a sign the yellow pester had held up, leading the judge to have words. Then he was found guilty of common assault.