Far right out in farce

Matthew Collins - 31 08 14
Cricklewood: Going home in a divvy van

Cricklewood: Going home in a divvy van

The far-right were out in farce over the weekend. In London the tiny South East Alliance (SEA), led by serial idiot Paul Prodromou once more were stopped from protesting in Cricklewood.

The SEA were joined on their outing by Eddie Stampton who we have written about before. Stampton nearly beat his ex-girlfriend to death a few years ago, having only just been released from serving a prison sentence for robbing a gay man that he had slept with the night before.

Still desperate times. Stampton was there with his close friend, the Australian Piers Mellor, but both were quick on their toes when confronted by locals.

In Rotherham the police had a bit of a job keeping the National Front (NF), English Defence League (EDL) and British National Party (BNP) apart.

The NF were led by Kevin Watmough, who once ran a campaign to free notorious paedophile Martyn Gilleard who was his close friend.

Between the three groups in Rotherham they managed to muster about 150 people.

Hardly, as some persist, evidence that the far-right in this country is growing.

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