Alan Raine, the serially stupid and convicted North East Infidel thug, has published a battle plan for a trip to Edinburgh tomorrow.
Raine is heading north from his native Sunderland for a Scottish Defence League (SDL) gathering.
Alongside the packed lunch and copy of the Beano he’s stashing for the journey are a few interesting items. These include his “naughty gloves”.
I wonder if they’re like the “bad boy gloves” his pal Brian Stamp took when the duo went to Liverpool? Those, a court later heard, featured reinforced knuckle pads.
That little day trip earned both 16 months, with Raine’s suspended, after an ill-judged attempt to resuscitate a “White Man’s March”.
He is all but wetting his tracky bottoms at the prospect of bumping into the Unite Against Fascism (UAF) protest at Waverley Station. “It’s garn to go off” he excitedly proclaims.
Given the advance notice he’s been given, it seems more likely that he’ll get no further than the ticket barrier at either Newcastle or Edinburgh.
He helpfully advises that his train is due in at 1pm.
Well, Tyne & Wear Police, this suggests he’s planning on getting the 10.47am from Sunderland, changing at Newcastle for the 11.33am to the Scottish capital. This, Lothian Police, is due in at 1.01pm.
Oh, but don’t bother issuing a Section 35. He says they’re illegal. Who even knew?
The forces of law and order should also note that his previous includes assault of a police officer.
This occurred back in 2016 at a North West Infidels (NWI) demo in Rochdale.
There he tried to spit at an Asian man and instead his fascist phlegm landed on an officer of the law.
He was proud of that.
Rain’s pal Michael Pocklington, of the incredibly niche Bishop Auckland Against Islam (BAAI), is also up for a bit of a barney. ITV did a piece on this little gang last year. SPOILER ALERT: They are not nice but very dim.
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