EDL member ASKS to be sent to prison after pelting police with bricks, bottles and cans

Andrew-Edge

Andrew Edge chanted ‘EDL, EDL’ as he was led away from the dock following his trial in Birmingham – he was one of three men found guilty of violent disorder Jailed: Andrew Edge asked to be remanded in custody  An English Defence League member asked to be jailed after he was convicted of violent disorder … Continue reading

Racial, religious hate crimes on the rise in UK

EDL Gobshite

Racial and religious hate crimes are on the rise in Britain with the number of reported cases hitting record figures, Press TV reports. A new Home Office report showed racial hate crimes made up 84 percent of all hate crimes in Britain, rising 4 percent to 37,484 incidents. The study also showed that religious hate … Continue reading

Britain’s most racist election: the story of Smethwick, 50 years on

Malcolm X in Smethwick

In 1964, the West Midlands constituency of Smethwick was the most colour-conscious place in the country, and the scene of a Tory campaign that successfully exploited anti-immigrant sentiment. How has the town changed in the years since Malcolm X was inspired to visit in solidarity with its minorities? Malcolm X visiting Smethwick in February 1965, … Continue reading

Farage and the manifesto of lies, how UKIP are soaring ahead in the polls

Hitler

Brian Reade on how UKIP is filling a gap left by the main political parties – and that appeals to voters Filling a gap: Douglas-Carswell and UKIP-leader Nigel Farage The BBC Learning Zone website poses this age-old question: “Why did the people of Germany support the Nazis?” And this is what they boil it down … Continue reading

Passionate UKIP supporter can’t name a single thing the party stand for in painful radio interview

Carswell & Farage

LBC host James O’Brien often voices his opposition to UKIP (Picture: LBC) UKIP may have experienced some pretty significant wins over the past 24 hours, however all you have to do is listen to one of their average supporters to realise how far they still have to come. A supporter who recently called in to … Continue reading

BNP losing the will to live

Julius Caesar

Seriously, artwork by Griffin supporters! The new leadership of the British National Party (BNP) have hit back at their former leader Nick Griffin and his mounting number of rebel supporters over their allegations of financial mismanagement. To put it into context, Nick Griffin seemed very happy with the way things were going in the party … Continue reading

Teenage soldier who made nail bomb and owned terror handbook dressed in Ku Klux Klan costume for Facebook photo

Ryan McGee

Ryan McGee, 19, who served with the 5th Battalion The Rifles, was detained at an Army base in Paderborn, Germany, late last year A British soldier has admitted making a nail bomb after cops found the device and a copy of an explosives-making manual at his home. Ryan McGee, 19, also pleaded guilty at the … Continue reading

Nick Griffin expelled from British National party-BNP spokesman says Griffin ‘did not adjust well’ to new role after losing leadership and his seat as an MEP

Nick Griffin the pathetic little man

Nick Griffin campaigning for the BNP at a byelection in February 2014. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images The British National party has expelled former leader Nick Griffin for allegedly “trying to cause disunity” in a bid to destabilise the organisation. A conduct committee, established by new BNP chairman Adam Walker, informed the ex-MEP in a letter … Continue reading

Britain First ‘hijacks’ photo of brave Afghan policewoman for ban burka campaign

A controversial Facebook group founded by former members of the British National Party has been accused of ‘hijacking’ an image of Afghanistan’s first policewoman. Britain First, which has 455,000 likes and reaches millions of people a week, used a photo of Malalai Kakar to illustrate why the burka should be banned. The image was accompanied … Continue reading

The EDL goes to Downing Street

EDL yobs in Downing St

Today the English Defence League brought its alcohol-fuelled racist roadshow to London, “to demand the government take firm action urgently about the many Islamic threats to this country, its people, its culture, its heritage and its future”, as they put it. Coming only a week after the EDL’s Rotherham demonstration, it was always unlikely that the event … Continue reading