‘Yellow Peril’ James Goddard throws his begging bowl into electoral circus

The perennial PayPal pest of parliament square that is the walking and shouting begging letter James Goddard, has declared his intention to stand for parliament…

09/11/2019 - Matthew Collins
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Far-right roundup

Everyone’s favourite far-right scrounger and potential crowned ponce of the yellow revolution, James Goddard, has been released by Greater Manchester Police. This is after spending…

03/09/2019 - Matthew Collins
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Ten years on from electoral success, the BNP has never recovered

What determines how former and the few current remaining BNP members feel about the electoral process since the BNP’s demise in 2010 would tend to be determined by how much weight the great conspiracies against parliamentary democracy

08/08/2019
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Former National Action activist jumps on Robinson bandwagon

‘Tommy Robinson’ campaign being selective about which Jew haters it likes and does not?

30/07/2019
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‘Tommy Robinson in drugs shocker’

The allegation that Lennon spent other people’s money on Colombian marching powder to power his faux journalism will shock few people. After all, we hardly…

24/07/2019
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BNP leadership election is all about the money

The British National Party (BNP) was once Britain’s largest and most successful fascist party. They were on the cusp of a lot of things- except…

07/07/2019
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Far Right Roundup

It was only a week or so ago I penned in anticipation that ongoing antagonisms in the ‘DIY’ movement were likely to end in acrimony….

02/07/2019
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Far Right Roundup

The fash don’t like it…. First of all, there’s some sad but not unexpected news about the love life of angry Nazi and failed terror…

02/05/2019
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For Britain’s links to racial separatist group Generation Identity

Simon Murdoch reports on how the anti-Muslim party continues to have links to Generation Identity (GI), which received funding from the Christchurch killer.

30/04/2019
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‘Terror doesn’t end when the last bullet has been fired’: Christchurch & the media

It’s too early to tell exactly how the Christchurch killer developed his world view and what factors ultimately caused him to act, but the numerous…

29/03/2019
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The view from Madrid: anger and sadness as Catalans prepare for vote

It was chance that made Ana Luque Sillero a native of Madrid and her cousins Catalan. Their parents all left southern Spain decades ago in search of…

02/10/2017 - Graeme Atkinson
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Neo-Nazi rally in Sweden leads to injuries, arrests

At least 50 people were detained Saturday during a far-right demonstration in Gothenburg, Sweden’s second-largest city, that left one police officer and several others injured,…

02/10/2017 - Graeme Atkinson
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The leader of Germany’s far-right party quit hours after its election success—because it’s too radical

Just hours after the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) won its first-ever round of seats in the German parliament, its co-leader Frauke Petry told a press conference in Berlin—with…

26/09/2017 - Graeme Atkinson
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What the stunning success of AfD means for Germany and Europe

In 1991 Belgium had its (first) black Sunday, when the populist radical right Flemish Block gained 6.8% of the national vote. Since then many other…

25/09/2017 - Graeme Atkinson
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