Another crackpot set of boneheads on Merseyside?
Just when you thought there were no more ‘crackpot’ far-right sects to pop up, another one does. The fascist scene in Liverpool already has the BNP, the National Front, The Infidels of Britain, the EDL/Scouse Nationalists, the North English Frydmen, and now ………. the ‘British Movement’!!
The British Movement was originally formed in the 1960’s and was the creation of self proclaimed Nazi, Colin Jordan. Like most fascist groups they had ups and downs, splits, more splits, many fallings out, disintegration, and then a re-birth.
The British Movement have not had much impact on the far right scene for well over twenty five years. In fact, I thought they no longer existed until I saw a sticker in Preston a few weeks ago (the sticker above was seen in Bootle). A brief internet trawl shows they have an infrequently updated website, which is full of the usual nonsense you would expect from such creatures.
It is not yet clear whether there is a re-launched group, or whether they just produce stickers which have got into the hands of local boneheads.
Any information re the origin of the stickers, more sightings, or anything regarding the British Movement and their activities will be gratefully received.