Everyone’s least favourite nazi, Eddie Stampton aka Stanton, is having somewhat of a public meltdown on a series of nazi internet forums.
The reason? Apparently he has been told he is going to get a “slap” for grassing on his comrades. As we have often mentioned on these pages, it’s an open secret that Stampton earns beer tokens and brownie points from the state and various Sunday newspapers both here and in Ireland, by passing on information about his colleagues.
An article my colleague wrote last week has raised the ire (further) of the boss of London Ulster Defence Association (UDA) and Stampton is now terrified he is going to be dealt with by members of the UDA, acting on the instructions of their boss.
Stampton’s antics include trying to murder his ex-girlfriend, trying to set both the UDA in London and antifascists up to have a mutual bloodbath, getting released from his tag early by the probation service in exchange for Combat 18 founder Charlie Sargent’s return to prison, setting up the Steadfast Trust for a television programme and one other act that cannot be mentioned for reasons of good taste.
Stampton is now trying to pass the blame for all of his grassing on Preston based nazi Mark Coterill. Cotterill, also happens to be a business rival of Stampton’s (badges, not drugs.) According to Stampton, Cotterill will be stabbed should he ever show his face in London!
Obviously, Stampton must not be invited to this weekend’s London Forum meeting where Holocaust denier David Irving is speaking, and a youth choir of Flemish nazis are singing. It’s quite a surprise, because one of the organiser’s of the meeting is Stampton’s fellow fool from the Jew-hating demos, Jez Turner. Cotterill is meeting up with friends for a drink before the meeting, not too worried about being threatened by a wife beater it appears.
Maybe Turner’s tired of the grass, too?
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