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posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 29 May 2015, 12:34
After yesterday's story about Melissa Cordwell (or whatever she calls herself) turning up to speak at the Nazi rally planned for Golders Green next month, it appears she has now decided to pull out from speaking.
Maybe it was being the subject of such Antisemitism from her "friends" or perhaps it clashed with her religious obligations, but Cordwell will no longer be speaking about "Jewish power" etc, etc.
According to our source, she was hurt that the Nazis attending the rally did not want to stand with her. She's probably outraged. She was apparently, also, extremely hurt by their comments. After all, she is only an "anti-Zionist" etc, etc. Where she ends up next will be anybody's guess. I'm sure some group will accomodate her.
Now that she has gone, some others have stepped up to speak. And if you thought yesterday's ensemble was more like a shower, check out the new additions:
Mark Atkinson: Atkinson cleans the toilets at a well known London seat of learning, making him the only one of this group who does an honest day's work. When he is not doing that, he runs the wannabe terror-group the Racial Volunteer Force (RVF). Atkinson has always been involved in rubbish of one kind or another.
In 2005, Atkinson- along with four others, was jailed for publishing and distributing race hate material. The five jailed all admitted conspiracy to publish the magazine 'Stormer', with the intention of stirring up racial hatred. Articles featured included how to 'Roast A Rabbi'.
Another copy of the magazine featured bomb making instructions and praised Soho bomber David Copeland, who was jailed for life for murder after bomb attacks targeting the gay, West Indian and Muslim communities in London. Atkinson was jailed for five years.
These days he appears once a year with a tatty wreath at the National Front's annual parade and then, other than that, he's head- first down a toilet cleaning up after some academic.
He'll be talking about and calling for 'unity' among British Nazis, as well as how much he hates Jews. Most other Nazis hate him.
Peter Rushton: Pete is weird, even for a Nazi. When he's not hanging around street corners banging on about the world Jewish conspiracy, he's doing it on television. In Iran. That's right, Pete is an employee of the Iranian government's Press TV. He is their resident expert on the Holocaust.
Pete will be talking about the Holocaust and how it did not happen. He's the kind of bloke that will say anything for a few quid (or whatever the currency is in Iran.) He's probably only slightly more popular than Atkinson.
Posted: 29 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Thursday, 28 May 2015, 12:44
Here's a conundrum for the Nazi movement in this country. One of the speakers at the neo-Nazi rally proposed for Golders Green next month, is refusing to come because he does not want to share a platform with a Jew!
Yes, little Jack 'Jackboot' Renshaw, will not come because one of the speakers is Jewish! Oh yes, he also does not want to share a platform with Eddie Stampton because even Jack thinks he is a police grass, and he knows like everybody else on the far-right, that Stampton deals drugs to white kids.
Yes, there will be a Jewish speaker at the neo-Nazi anti-Jewish rally in Golders Green. Even though Melissa Caldwell/Cordwell says she is an "Anti-Zionist", as opposed to a Jew-hater, isn't it nice to see the Nazis finally stuck with one of those sorts of people, and not the ultra left for a change?
What happens now is a mystery. Do his fellow Nazis pull him up on his Antisemitism? Does Ms Cordwell report him to the Board of Deputies?
For once in my life, I am in wholehearted agreement with Renshaw. No one should share a platform with a self-hating, Holocaust denying Jew. Even if they say they are "anti-Zionist."
Still, even without Jack, there is a real smorgasbord of non-Kosher talent lined up for the day. Here they are:
Kevin Layzell is a former high flyer in the Young British National Party. He's a bit weird. His favourite political heroes are, mainly, himself. He once even gave himself a brilliant review on the BNP website about how good he is at speaking. His speeches are normally preoccupied with sodomy and violence, but there is no evidence that he has ever had a fight, although he has run from a few. His other interests are dressing up in historical costume. He also has a pierced ear now, mainly because he was too worried about what his mum would say if he got a tattoo.
Eddie Stampton: Well known wife beater, police grass and drug dealer. He wants to save the country from immigrant crime. Maybe that is what he was doing when he robbed a man he had slept with after engaging in rough trade, and then later, nearly beating his own girlfriend to death. Oh yes, he also had former C18 boss and murderer Charlie Sargent sent back to prison in exchange for being released from his tag early. All Hail!
Bernadette Jaggers: She used to be a high flyer in the BNP, too. She was even Nick Griffin’s bodyguard for a while. That didn't work out as under her care, he got an egg in the face. Then she joined the NF and ran that into the ground by giving her son the job as party philosopher. Or something like that. Now she runs New Dawn. It's probably like Old Dawn to be honest. She's going to talk about curtains.
Chris Livingstone: Another former BNP high flyer. Hey, remember when they said they were not a Nazi party? Funny, isn't it? Livingstone has reinvented himself as man-about-town's Mr Angry. When he was in the BNP, he was Mr Lazy. So, well done to you, Chris. These days he hangs around with a bunch of kids (like Kevin) so he looks bigger and harder than he is. Expect him to talk about Jews.
Jez Turner: I used to be in the National Front with Jez. Then he was apparently recruited by MI6 and went off to the Middle East with the army as an intelligence officer. Speaks a number of tribal languages by all accounts. Still, no-one should ask him where he gets his money from. It's rude. Jez will talk about Jews, but not what he does for a living. Expect afterwards, everyone to pop down the Officer's club with him for a few drinks. Except Kevin, he has to be home before it's dark.
Melissa Cordwell: When an “anti-Zionist” shares a platform with Jew haters, it pretty much gives you an idea about what sort of person they really are. Will she be offended that Jack Renshaw will not stand next to her-because she is a Jew? Do we really give a toss what she thinks? No, she is a collaborator. End of story.
Posted: 28 May 2015 | There are 3 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 27 May 2015, 09:13
You may recall the gang from earlier this year that took the name and mantle of the German group Pegida for themselves to use here in an already overcrowded market ensemble of deadbeats, fascists and nazis.
We did try and warn that nothing good would come of it. In particular, we pointed out on a number of occasions that Donna Treanor who had positioned herself as their advisor, was also involved with just about every other nazi grouping in Britain.
Their appalling Newcastle and London rallies will probably be their last now that they have apparently merged with the drunken psychopaths of the South East Alliance. The events at a recent 'sleep out' the two groups took part in at London's Trafalgar Square appears to have been a 'merger' of biblical proportions, though I'm not really sure where in the bible it says Emma Scott should or could do what she did do. In a tent. In the centre of London.
Pegida has now begun the process of splitting-a tradition of the far-right in this country. The group has decided to turn on Donna Treanor in pretty much the way every other fascist she has worked with has. Yes, that's right; those extremely personal pictures of Donna are once more doing the rounds along with some updated slurs against her that are categorically untrue, or at least, incorrect.
Quitting (for now anyway) as a leader of a gang of fascists, is self-appointed hooligan boss Kevin Bryant. The stress of trying to organise a bunch of racist and drunken football hooligans to riot appears to have taken its toll on Kevin and he has fallen on his sword. I mean, seriously, did they need an organiser for that in the first place?
Bryant is by all accounts under attack from two other sides aside from us. The English Defence League (EDL) has declared an all-out war on the idea of Bryant's Dudley riot and now, furthermore, it appears the notorious hooligans that follow Chelsea football club have woken up to the fact that Bryant has been claiming he is one of their number and has their support.
Bryant's problems are compounded by the fact that the EDL's accounts are secretly administered by Gary Head, who actually is a former 'Headhunter,' and Head has moved to cut Bryant down to size. Now, I know they'll deny all of this, which is fine, but whose parting gift was to supply the internet with the updated home details of Dave Bolton and the very shoddy details of people buying methadone from drug addicts or selling their wife's pain killers to EDL youngsters?
And finally, I was not even aware that Alwyn Deacon was still a member of the British National Party (BNP). I mean, why would he be? Deacon was subjected to appalling humiliations by the new leadership when they removed his hero Nick Griffin from his post last year. And yet, it appears that only now has Deacon been finally expelled by the party.
Apparently he is going to dish the dirt on the new leadership. Alwyn, we have so much of it already, I'm not sure we have room for any more financial documents about how even more corrupt the BNP has become...
Posted: 27 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 25 May 2015, 22:02
Reports today that former British National Party (BNP) owner and Britain First founder Jim Dowson has been busy with his legal team.
No stranger to law courts himself, Dowson has apparently sent legal letters to both Facebook and PayPal threatening them with legal action over restraint of trade and bullying.
The action against PayPal appears to be the claim that Dowson's company Lionheart Products GB was selling Nazi memorabilia when PayPal suspended its account. Dowson and Lionheart Products GB contend that not only was Dowson not selling Nazi memorabilia, a law applicable to Northern Ireland only, says that he is allowed to do so-even if he wasn't, as that was agreed under the Good Friday Agreement about people's personal, political and religious beliefs.
Against Facebook, Dowson is claiming that Facebook has allowed him to be bullied, besmirched and has removed links to his businesses based on malicious and anonymous reporting of pages he "owned" to promote his political and business interests.
I'm told that Dowson is asking in his letter to Facebook for those who have led campaigns against he or his businesses/interests to be named to him so that he can take further, civil action against previously unnamed individuals. He is citing Huntingdon Life Science's previous cases as a reference for his own actions.
Again, Dowson is using laws applicable to Northern Ireland to attempt to potentially turn his case against Facebook into a criminal matter. To do so, he will have to make an allegation of criminality to the Police Service Northern Ireland (PSNI), and the police ombudsman.
Interestingly, Dowson has registered his business in the UK and Republic of Ireland. In Dublin, they are registered just a stone's throw away from the Sinn Fein office!
How Dowson will fair in his latest legal challenges, I'm not entirely sure. I'll tip my hat to him however; it's not as if he has never engaged in bullying, intimidation or violence against anyone during his life.
Surely asking for Facebook to hand over details for “civil action” is in itself, further intimidation from Dowson.
It would appear he has also now stopped selling Britain First products on his online shop.
I'm sure that'll be a great help in his legal challenges. Not. I’ll update when the magic fairies have delivered the relevant paperwork..
Meanwhile the links to the laws are here if anyone wants to take a legal opinion of their own:
Posted: 25 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 25 May 2015, 15:28
You'll be interested to know, that the paper did not apologise for striking fear into shoppers and shopkeepers, but did later report how the march by Britain First was closer to 50 than the two thousand the paper had predicted would attend-but without comment.
Then, last week, having learned no lesson about scaremongering and sensationalism, the paper was back at it again, by declaring "Thousands wage war on planned Dudley mosque." I kid you not.
This time it was not about the English Defence League (EDL) or Britain First, but about the supposedly mysterious march by football hooligans planned for the town, which I had only blogged about some five months before, even being kind enough to name the person behind the idea for the march and responsible for organising it. I did so again last week, just so you know...
I'm not going to bother going into too much more detail here, as the pub is open but the world won't listen etc, but it does seem that anyone can tell a lie about Dudley and it will seemingly go unnoticed and more than likely, unpunished.
The organiser of the march is Kevin Bryant and he is using the name Kevin Smith [who does he think he is, Tommy Robinson?] to anyone who wants to ask him about his march.
He has now written a statement saying that he and his mates are not going to Dudley to "cause distress" and that people should not fall for "dirty lies and propaganda" about him, his mates, his daft beliefs, their plans or their stupidity.
Indeed, Bryant writes that shopkeepers should stay open when he stages his hooligan march and that he and his gang could even "increase their custom for the day." I can only assume he is talking there directly to any off licences or drug dealers that operate in the town.
Here are a few home truths, from the very Facebook page of the group Bryant says are not going to Dudley for trouble. The very page of the group is littered with vulgar attacks aimed at Muslims, the EDL and also little regard for those shopkeepers in Bryant's statement. I wish more would take a leaf from the page of the Sheffield Star.
My point being? Anyone can tell a lie about Dudley.
You just need an idiot who believes it.
Posted: 25 May 2015 | There are 4 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 25 May 2015, 11:06
It's been a year since Nick Griffin lost his seat in the European Parliament. He'd never been particularly keen on real work anyway, so he has not spent the last 365 days looking for alternative and dignified paid employment.
Instead, Griffin has spent most of the last year traveling around Europe as a cheerleader for the Russian and Syrian governments, gratefully receiving the benevolent handouts of other European nazis along the way. He's performed like a captive seal begging for herring.
Griffin's less-than brilliant or promising political career fell into tatters the night he lost his seat and in turn set in motion one of the most brilliant spats in British far-right history.
Griffin has abandoned Britain altogether, though Britain had abandoned him long before he and his remaining supporters had to fight their way into and out of the losing count at Manchester Town Hall.
He left his mark, however. if you are an embarrassment in right wing politics, your enemies now call you a 'new Nick Griffin.'
The fall out from Griffin's defeat was felt right across the British National Party (BNP). The party lost some minor prestige when Griffin lost his seat, yes, but it could have probably survived in better shape and form than it has. Griffin began making plans for the eventuality of life without a seat in Brussels back in 2013. Sadly, for him, those he entrusted with his ideas stabbed him in the back on the very steps of the Town Hall that night he lost.
Clive Jefferson agreed to move against Griffin before the result was confirmed, not long before Griffin humiliated and mocked him for being a 'cripple' as they fought their way to get inside.
The gripe in the BNP, as always, was financial. Proper ideology had been abandoned by the party years before Griffin's defeat. The more outright racist, fascist and offensive Griffin became towards the end of his tenure mattered little to those around him. The real drive in the final years of Griffin's leadership and time as an MEP had been for the party to squander and cheat as much cash out of the system, the party, its supporters and members as possible. And we are talking millions of pounds. Griffin and his family were driven from the party as a matter of financial expediency by those who had invested and vested interests in maintaining their lifestyles sculptured around the endless begging, harassment and torture of those around them with money to squeeze. And yes, in one specific case, we do believe it does amount to torture.
Documents seen by HOPE not hate give a further picture of the complete and utter chaos that reigned-and still reign within the party. Unpaid bills, angry email exchanges, legal threats and begging letters between senior members. The backbiting is astonishing.
There's even emails and letters from the European Union to the party, warning them to stop spending money that was not theirs, offering bonuses that were not theirs to give party employees, booking hotels they were not entitled to. The list is endless. What is perhaps most interesting, is how Griffin believed that he still had the support of Patrick Harrington and Simon Darby right until the end. This email to Patrick Harrington, the non-member that Griffin entrusted with his and the party's darkest secrets was written just days before Harrington's co conspirators moved against Griffin.
Some party employees even took legal action against Griffin for not fulfilling their employment contracts, long before he had even lost his seat! There are a series of embarrassing arguments as to who did what and why in not just Griffin's personal demise, but also the party's. Thankfully, the BNP really is in the hands of people far less politically motivated and dangerous than Griffin ever was.
You'll be pleased to know that one of those trying to claim thousands is Patrick Harrington, the BNP's barrack room lawyer. I recall seeing Harrington defend the BNP in Belfast back in 2011 over the non-payment of salaries and holiday monies accrued by their office staff there. The shoe it appears, is now on the other foot, and Harrington has been suing Griffin instead.
That must really hurt Griffin, as we have seen a number of documents where Griffin has tried to have Harrington paid large bonuses for work and even for a year he was not in the employment of the BNP's office staff in Brussels. All by human error, obviously.
Maybe that is why the BNP is now cleaning up their website and removing a series of embarrassing entries made previously in praise of Griffin.
The party's recent election results are evidence enough that it is now beyond electoral concern. Yes, UKIP has driven some of the BNP's values into the mainstream, but I would suggest that those values and arguments had quite comfortably settled in mainstream discourse already.
But, the BNP is not UKIP. Over on their website, the BNP is heralding the arrival of Jack Sen from UKIP to their party. Sen (who the BNP describe as UKIP's former "rising star") is according to the BNP's leader just one of a "number of Ukip members have contacted the BNP with a view to joining us. Many now realise that Ukip is not the party for ordinary men and women who are concerned about the way their neighbourhoods and country are going."
Really? The BNP make no mention of Sen's admiration for 1930s British Union of Fascists leader Oswald Mosley, his admiration for National Socialism and his quote "A national socialist in his purest form wants to protect his country and loves his country.”
Good for Sen that both Walker and Jefferson turned up to empty his pockets, because judging by what we have seen of the party's prevailing interests that is about all they will be interested in.
Posted: 25 May 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Thursday, 21 May 2015, 17:35
The Birmingham Mail ran a story today about plans by a "mystery" group of football hooligans to descend on Dudley next Month.
The group are using the name All Football Fans Firms Against Islamisation (AFFAI).
It's actually based on the German model of football hooligans united against radical Islamists, which in turn, was loosely modelled on our very own English Defence League (EDL).
Initially, the plan was for the group to bring over European football hooligans, but that idea has gone on the back burner.
The paper claims that 2500 football hooligans are expected on the march, once more, the power of social media seems to be greater than the power of research.
The person organising the march is Middlesex based Kevin Bryant, who claims to be a member of the Chelsea Headhunters. We can confirm that is untrue.
If that name rings a bell, we blogged about Bryant only last week.
The EDL are not best pleased with Bryant's activities as they see it as competition, and Bryant has led one of the many campaigns inside the EDL to have sex pest David Bolton removed. Bryant is also believed to be behind the leak of Bolton's address onto the internet earlier this week. Bryant believes that his arrest at Walthamstow was down to Bolton asking the police to remove him from their march.
Bryant uses the name Kevin Smith on line to avoid detection, but we have some even more interesting information about him.
Bryant's partner is Tee Rehskah from Krakow, in Poland. Bryant had been hoping that she would convince Polish football hooligans to come to Dudley, however, the Polish hooligans appear more interested in fighting their English counterparts and despite what the Birmingham Mail thinks, there is nowhere near enough interested parties to meet up with a fight the Poles so that idea appears to be on hold also.
Word yesterday was that the EDL is to ban its members from attending the Dudley demonstration which will of course not help much. Bolton is also threatening to retaliate to his address being leaked by Bryant, by having him attacked in London this Friday when people are expected to turn up in Woolwich to remember the soldier Lee Rigby.
Bolton and the EDL have already been told they are not welcome to attend, but this is likely to fall on deaf ears.
Posted: 21 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Thursday, 21 May 2015, 15:13
Oh, the humanity. A massive gang of neo-nazis are apparently planning to march in Golders Green an area in London with a large and vibrant Jewish community.
They've been planning to march there for a couple of months. In fact, they've been planning to march there since before they even had a name for their group. This week it (the march) became a big news story.
Today, the IBTimes has covered the story. In an incisive piece of journalism, they have a picture of a bonehead nazi (not British, but that doesn't seem to matter,) and also a Jewish family. They also say that it is believed that Joshua Bonehill is behind the group, 'New Dawn' planning the march.
I don't know who believes this other than the writer and possibly the picture editor who carefully chooses the pictures to go with the stories.
So, let's just clear up a few misunderstandings. Britain First is not going on the march, or organising the march. 'New Dawn' is not a massive group of dedicated neo-nazis, they are in fact, the losing side in the National Front's split. In fact, we're not even sure they are all behind the idea of a march. There is five of them, so a split is likely.
The group's London organiser is Piers Mellor, who we dubbed the 'Nazi law man.' How his employers put up with his activities is beyond us.
Mellor is close friends with drug dealer, police grass, woman beater, Eddie Stampton.
It is Stampton who is organising the march.
So, there you go.
Posted: 21 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 15 May 2015, 10:00
A terrible, terrible week to be a fascist. Electorally, they're only getting about 0.5% in elections and there has been some angst in their dwindling number about their offices in parliament remaining locked and unused.
The English Democrats appear to have launched their 2016 Police & Crime Commissioner elections campaign already. What better way to gloss over one disaster than by immediately plotting another?
Things in the EDs are about to get a lot worse, too. Their rump in South Yorkshire was on the brink of returning to the British National Party (BNP), but that appears to be on hold for now as the BNP is currently overcome by a lovers quarrel at their Head Office in Cumbria and, it appears, they're all living out of suitcases on people's floors.
That aside, the BNP did manage to at least send out one expulsion notice (which brings their membership down to approximately 544) when the party finally expelled Pete Molloy this week. That is the thanks he gets for stabbing Nick Griffin in the back and allowing old friend Adam Walker to get the 'top job' in fascism. Shameful.
Talking of Walker, his brother Mark was very upset to be mentioned in my blog last Saturday. I merely mentioned that Mark was himself, like Adam, a former teacher. He has since then, been going around wishing me dead, even convincing some among his number, that I actually was dead!
Well, as it appears that Mark is now back in BNP, I shall expand further on the particulars of why he is no longer a teacher. In October 2011 a tribunal hearing into his activities as a teacher heard that Whilst employed as a teacher at Sunnydale Community College, County Durham during 2007, Walker:
1. Conducted an inappropriate e-mail exchange with a 16 year old former pupil of the school at which he was a teacher. The tribunal was told that the pupil concerned was particularly vulnerable as she had psychological problems and that staff had been made aware of this in April 2006.
2. Used school computer and internet facilities for his own private and business purposes, including such use taking place during teaching and/or preparation, planning and assessment (“PPA”) time. As well as using school time and property to visit EBay, yes, Walker was also emailing the vulnerable former pupil.
3. Condoned a demonstration outside the school in relation to his suspension. Yes, that's right. His nazi mates held a demonstration outside of a school, where there were young people trying to get an education and not be intimidated by moronic, racist, thugs.
Accordingly, Mark Walker was found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct.
And you can now add to the list of banned BNP teachers, Robert West. Yes, he too was banned from teaching this week.
Elsewhere, police informant Eddie Stampton has decided to turn his disruption techniques against the teen-nazi gang, National Action. Stampton rightly points out that the organisation has been infiltrated by the state, but unsurprisingly, gets it all wrong. That must be some kind of professional courtesy on his part.
In response, National Action are indignant. Good for them; there's not many top-secret nazi terror groups like them around any more. Thankfully, this one obliges the media by sending out details of its top secret activities in the hope of getting into the tabloids and shocking their parents. The group's leader (no, let's not ask who is paying for his overseas travel to visit proper nazis) is convinced the group is on the cusp of something mighty and that the gang is "solid in its security." Apparently he checks our website and magazine regularly and although a little distraught he does not feature very often, he says it is because we know nothing about him and his nasty art project.
Well, as far as art projects go, National Action is one of the more interesting ones, definitely. Sure, sticking a banana on a statue of Nelson Mandela is naughty and the choreography of their stunts is interesting, but there really is not much else to write home about that is worth the space. And anyway, having a full time MI6 officer on board pretty much ensures that their keep fit classes for nazis remain little more than a shirtless version of the adventure scouts, but with swastikas.
Perhaps their leader, Ben Raymond aka Noyles, should ask the project's benefactor about those trips to Belgium he made for decades and why there is currently a whole load of Belgium nazis facing trial for organising shirtless wrestling in the forest and the theft and stockpiling of firearms that he then took photographs of them all holding?
Or perhaps, the weird appearance of a disgraced mercenary at one of their rallies?
And sure, yes, we know where in Accrington they go for their little photo sessions, we even know the gym they use for training in Lancashire and the name of the professional MMA trainer who trains them. But all in good time. In the meantime, I've used a picture of Benjamin, a failed double glazing salesman with no means of income, on one of his little European jaunts recently.
Tomorrow he'll be searching desperately to discover why exactly they have taken gullible out of his dictionary.
Over in the EDL, another war has broken out. This time it is over the arrests last weekend at their march in Walthamstow. Kevin Bryant (not the NF leader of a similar name), believes he was singled out for arrest after ther EDL's number one eejit, Dave Bolton, singled him out to the police. If it is true, there's even a pic of the moment Bolton allegedly sent one of his errand boys off to the coppers.
Is it any wonder that most of the EDL's northern leadership went instead, to the Britain First march in Dudley?
This one will run and run. Good luck with it lads.
And finally, there really is a guy down the chip shop who swears that he's Elvis. He also likes to brag about assaulting women photographers and posting excrement to other people's addresses. Two years ago, against salient advice, he was paid £150 by a national newspaper for details of other far-right activists-one in particular.
So he should stop being a very naughty boy, because even though the moronic victim of his nice little earner is well, moronic, he's probably holding a very nasty grudge against the person who gave his details to the newspaper.
Posted: 15 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 13 May 2015, 07:35
The National Front (NF) is having internal strife, again. Since its formation in 1967, the party has had many, many splits-many of them ideological, but mainly personal.
The group that currently uses the name only secured it from a rival faction at the beginning of the year, and did so having promised the electoral commission that they would function as a proper party and not as just another rag tag bunch of Neanderthal, flag-waving hooligans.
One of those promises to the electoral commission was the out and out lie that they would/they could, stand twenty candidates at this year's general election. They managed just seven instead.
Even standing seven candidates proved troublesome for the party. I did wonder how the party's Chairman, Kevin Bryan, failed to properly read and understand the instructions given to political parties wanting to make use of the free mail drop at the elections-what with the party having a designated elections officer and all that nonsense.
Despite their troubles, Bryan did manage one of the better election results of fascist candidates, polling a whopping 1% in Rochdale.
With a little more effort, Bryan may have even hit the massive 1.1% in the poll, had he and his fellow NF members done some actual campaigning and not spent their time instead, standing aimlessly in Rochdale town centre antagonising the police and local population who were just trying to go about their daily businesses.
Now it appears that the party leader has wised up to this missing 0.1% from his electoral tally. The weekend before the election, Bryan had instructed his members that they were to actually go leafleting in Rochdale door to door, proper electioneering if you will, on his political behalf.
Here is where the trouble apparently started. Proper electioneering is anathema to many of the NF's followers. Standing around shouting "Paki" at shoppers in Rochdale while holding a fag in one hand and a bottle of beer in the other suffices for many in Britain's oldest nazi party, but the very idea of carrying leaflets from door to door for a few hours is just a ridiculous ask.
Instead, most of the NF's members went to Coventry instead for a demonstration by another group, the 'Infidels.' And this is when you really begin to understand the mentality of those in the NF.
Only four people turned up in Rochdale to leaflet for Bryan, whilst another half a dozen or so NF members (from the North West) went to Coventry. One of the speakers at the 'Infidels' demonstration in Coventry and at the enormous piss-up afterwards, was none other than the NF's elections officer, Kevin McMahon. McMahon went to Coventry to speak because, he claims, he made a promise last year that he would do so. Despite him being tasked with running the NF's elections, he had obviously made no note in his diary that the party may be busy in May the next year!
It never even crossed his mind. And, even when Bryan demanded McMahon fulfil his party duties, there was no way a piss up was going to be shelved in favour of hard work. So off he toddled because, as he claims, his word is his honour.
The row started on 2nd May, but since the actual results came in, the NF has been properly at war with themselves. It's a common theme; tears, tantrums, threats, wailing endlessly on social media that lives are being ruined, more threats, the leaking of secrets and the biggest slight of all; unfriending on Facebook.
McMahon's wife has taken it all very badly. Her and her husband are stumped up in doors crying their Aryan hearts out that they are being chastised by the NF leadership. Her husband, is "sickened and annoyed" by the whole affair. Well, what would you expect? McMahon is accusing the rest of the party leadership of "treachery and disloyalty" which is a bit rich, given they had ten thousand leaflets and it was McMahon who pissed off to Coventry for a knees up instead of helping to deliver them!
News that the McMahons' are upset has caused somewhat of a rumble. Debbie is most famous for her buffets in white man's circles; Aryan sausage rolls, egg sandwiches, sausages on sticks with little union jacks pinned to them and samosas- cooked with a white man's recipe, of course.
Jock Shearer, former BNP hard man and recent NF convert, has come out on their side, too. He's threatening to shove his membership card into the mouth of Bryan. Also on their side is another notorious former C18 man, Ade Brooks, who sums up the prevailing attitude to elections.
For Bryan, well, he has former BNP idiot Darren "Daz" Lumb, who caused most of the trouble, in his corner. Lumb has been busy poncing cigarettes and money over the phone while drumming up support for his leader. He also has some less than pleasant things to say about the activities of a certain couple from West Yorkshire who are behind the Redwatch website. Turning into a puritan in your old age, Daz?
I think that best sums up which side will prevail in this fight.
Posted: 13 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Monday, 11 May 2015, 09:19
It was a bit of a sruprise on the weekend to catch up with an old foe, former British National Party (BNP) councillor Adrian Marsden.
Marsden used to be a councillor in Halifax, West Yorkshire, and ran a gang of nasty thugs in the town when the BNP was really a party to be reckoned with.
Prior to being elected in Halifax, Marsden's home was raided by police when they began to come down hard on the nazi hooligan gang, Combat 18.
During a spat in the party during 2008, Marsden was made Regional Organiser of the Yorkshire Region by the BNP leader at the time, Nick Griffin, as a way of driving fear into dissenters in Yorkshire.
He then went missing after losing his seat and claimed he was running off to Spain.
That explains why Marsden has been out of the limelight for a while, but there he was on Sunday in Brighouse, West Yorkshire, selling a collection of women's clothes at a car boot sale.
I guess running off to Spain was not a good idea after all.
Posted: 11 May 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Monday, 11 May 2015, 09:03
Who knows why the English Defence League (EDL) thought going back to Walthamstow would be a good idea? On Saturday the group could only muster 70 supporters for the debacle, yet had nearly one hundred supporters gathered at Liverpool Street hours before.
Yet again the EDL faced a huge wall of resistance from antifascist groups, trade unions and local residents. By 11am their Rally point outside the Walthamstow Assembly Hall was already occupied whilst large numbers of militant antifascists were at the EDL meeting point at Blackhorse Road tube Station. Around 30 antifascists were held by Police, who confirmed they were being arrested.
The EDL took exception to some of the home-made signs displaying the fact they were not welcome there and made pathetic attempts to breach the Police lines to attack locals. This led to some minor skirmishes and arrests (see picture). The EDL’s continued insistence that they are “not racist" becomes more laughable every time they appear somewhere. Nazi Salutes from their followers, who clearly can’t help themselves and keep up the pretence any longer, along with entertaining the likes of Hitler worshipper Eddie Stampton tells the very true story!
Stampton was there selling his tat and drugs to EDL supporters having only just announced another anti-Jewish march of his own.
The internal difficulties in the group surfaced when London organiser Dave Bolton had two of their own marchers arrested. Wild scenes ensued at the end of the march as a small group of EDL marchers tried to confront Bolton.
All in all, it was another waste in police time and the EDL’s time.
In Dudley, Britain First managed fewer than 100 people on their anti-Mosque march, this is despite the local newspaper warning some 2000 people would turn up!
Police are currently investigating speeches made on the day by Britain First. You can hear some of their supreme intelligence here. It includes the immortal line "where there are Mosques, there are Muslisms." Make of that what you will..
Interestingly, a group of military veterans also turned out to oppose Britain First, you can see that here.
And in Rochdale, the police finally caught up with Junior Jackboot Renshaw after two years of him spouting vile hatred against Jews, before the National Front could even begin their drunken nonsense.
A bad week for fascism in this country.
Posted: 11 May 2015 | There are 3 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Monday, 11 May 2015, 07:42
The British National Party's decline continues with confirmation that long serving councillor Cathy Duffy lost her seat in East Goscote, Charnwood in Leicestershire after sitting there for eight years.
Despite getting 35% of a three way poll, Duffy lost to the Conservative candidate and believes it was a conspiracy to unseat her, and not just the regular effort of a political party trying to win seats, including hers.
Posted: 11 May 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 9 May 2015, 11:21
The English Defence League (EDL), return to Walthamstow today because, it claims, it has "unfinished business."
They must be finally leading the rescue mission for lost supporters after they were chased from town back in 2012. "Our London members and supporters, especially, are looking forward to putting their boots on the ground with fellow Londoners – especially those who were with us in 2012."
All I seem to recall was the gang's then leaders' driving off in a car and leaving their footsoldiers at the mercy of locals. It split the group's fragile leadership team and led to an almost terminal decline of the group.
It won't be any different today either, comrades.
Elsewhere, Britain First will be in Dudley. The march will be so huge that the participants will not all fit into a camera shutter's view, so will instead, look like only a few of them bothered to turn up.
Despite seeing a 99.7% drop in their vote, the British National Party (BNP) have been claiming the scalp of none other than Ed Miliband, the departed leader of the Labour Party.
According to a party that was beaten by dope smokers, Trotskyites and Monster Raving Loonies, it was their social media campaign that led to Miliband and the Labour Party being defeated in the elections and then Miliband resigning!
Just to remind you, the BNP stood 8 candidates last Thursday and gained a total of 1,667 votes-an average of 208 votes. Yet, the party claims it was their social media campaign (which no-one actually saw) that felled the Labour leader! If their social media campaign was so good, you'd think it would have at least returned one of its electoral deposits, or got the party above the 1% mark at least, in one of their seats?
The brother of the BNP leader is not sharing the party's line that they actually enjoyed a massive success. Like the party leader, Mark Walker used to be a teacher, too. Whilst he was banging on and on about Muslims grooming children and the poor BNP election result in Rotherham, I was reminded that Mark, like his brother, no longer teaches either.
Posted: 9 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 8 May 2015, 09:58
There's rumblings in the British National Party (BNP) this morning about their poor election result in Rotherham.
Although the party (wisely) played down their electoral chances this year, they could not help themselves when it came to trying to cashing in on the misery that has been ongoing in the town.
The BNP demanded £5000 from their members (twice) to fight the seat in a desperate attempt to try and at least get their leader and candidate Adam Walker on television.
Even by the BNP's low standards, their election materials were ugly, racist and most proably likely to lead to some kind of court action.
In the end, despite Walker trying to convince the membership that he was getting a fabulous reception by local voters, he managed just 225 votes (0.6%), compared to the party's 3906 (10.4%) at the previous General Election.
If the party did achieve the £5000 they said they needed to fight the seat, it means they paid around £22 per vote.
Up at the head office in Cumbria, where there is already a new factional fight underway, it is rumoured that the party's membership in the North West are demanding that Walker submits himself to a leadership election-like he was supposed to last year after he was appointed as acting leader of the party.
In one begging email to the party's membership, it was claimed that the media was "clamouring" to interview the BNP chief.
The only television interview we are actually aware of the BNP actually being granted, was one on the BBC along with other minor parties (like the Communist Party of Britain, who had more candidates than the BNP) and Walker refused to do that interview, in case he was asked about his lifetime ban from teaching.
Posted: 8 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Thursday, 7 May 2015, 11:50
The Daily Mail may have described him as some kind of deodorant spraying racist thug, but what more would you expect from those lefty, liberal pinkos at the Mail?
Gary Field, or 'Pat Riot' as he likes to be known, is just one in a long line of artists to herald from or be inspired by, Thanet. Move over Tracey Emin and your dirty bed sheets; stand aside [whilst in your coffin] Joseph Mallord William Turner and that awful carbuncle in your seaside honour, for Field is an exemplary addition to the new wave of self-published Amazon authors, tackling difficult and testing agenda from their bedrooms with aplomb.
It won't be long before The Mechanical Elephant on Margate's windy seafront has in honour of Field, a blue plaque bearing the motto 'The lazy oaf pondered pointlessly in this chair.' Yes Comrades, Field has written not once, but twice, of his deeper thoughts. It could be described as dialectic, but cursory glances may give the uninitiated the overwhelming feeling that it is just in an entirely different dialect.
Earlier in his life as a patriotic Bard slaving away between visiting pubs and kebab shops during his days of idle racism and daytime television, Field became so taken with his own whimsical meanderings through life, that he published a collection of his own musings.
Cruelly cultivated in the smaller bedroom of his mother's bungalow, Field self-described his first offering way back in the culturally dark era of 2008 as 'A Patriot's Rantings' and bitterly self-inflicted the eighteen copies he had bound in Broadstairs to a life under the fold out bed in his Mother's broom cupboard. In some way, those lonely strolls Field took past seafront decay and the growing proliferation of Poundshops may have even inspired the creation of the Thanet Division of the English Defence League (EDL), of whom Field was their most ardent muse for so long (or at least between 2009-2010.)
In fact, if lefty pontificator Owen Jones was to read the rancid warbling’s of Field, he too would throw down his Imperial Typewriter/hammer and sickle and take up the plank of wood for himself and head to Walpole Bay, with Field, in an earnest and self-affirming hunt for seal pups to bludgeon the bastard that is Communism out of them. Or at least into submission.
Now, after seven years of difficult, literary wilderness, Field has returned with a classic. Part fantasy, part thriller, wholly faux academic, Field has produced for Kindle only, a book on Islamic State and the threat of Lone Wolves. It is dark in feature and high in plagiarism and full of unfounded 'expert' analysis of his own.
I have no problem with the subject matter, it is widely covered already, but one must query Field's research qualifications. He writes "I have lived and worked in the UK all my life. My qualification to life is the simple fact I have lived it, and intend to continue to do so."
If that is no guidance for his qualification to write such a book, he goes on "I had no formal qualification from education and determined at an early age that schooling was not a strong point or even a place I wanted to be. I left school at 15 without qualifications."
Part of Field's book reads ""Isis will be defeated and easily so, when developed societies decide to take them on in a serious and uniformed manner, not waiting for an atrocity to happen on their own lands before getting involved."
In fact, we're not even sure Field has ever left Thanet, let alone the country. He does describe himself as an advisor to a multinational company though...
That aside, having decided that ISIS can be easily defeated, Field then warns (in the next paragraph) "In doing so however due to twisted religious beliefs and powerful indoctrination this will not likely be the end of them"
So, there you have it. Back in 2013 we noticed he was not the sharpest tool in his Mother's shed when my colleague at the time wrote this about him.
With the absence of a publisher or indeed any common sense, Field has been tweeting links to his work to all manner of people.
If UKIP ever did win an election, it would be only right that they appoint Field (with or without his bail conditions permitting) as Defence Secretary. War against those illegal Aliens on Mars will not be easy, or even possible, but this patriotic sod will no doubt give it a good try.
And that is why he is such a good Pat Riot.
Posted: 7 May 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments