EDL march clashes see man jailed for almost three years

Kirk Jones was among 32 men handed immediate or suspended prison sentences for violent disorder    Kirk Jones, jailed for EDL violence A Hinckley EDL protestor involved in a drunken hate-fuelled melee has been jailed for almost three years. Kirk Jones, 28, was among 32 men handed immediate or suspended prison sentences for violent disorder … Continue reading

Five Infidels arrested for attack on musician in July

Five members of the North West Infidels have today been arrested by the North West Counter Terrorism Unit. This follows an attack on a young musician and his family ahead of a Liverpool Antifascists benefit gig in July. Four men aged 21, 24, 30 and 52, and a 17-year-old boy, were arrested on suspicion of … Continue reading

Neo-Nazis launch vicious attack on an art exhibition

Eight members of a far-right extremist organization attacked the opening of “Miss Painting” at the Kunsthaus Erfurt on Friday, the institution announced Sunday. In what sounds like a scene out of a Western, the accused individuals entered the exhibition, shouted a series of Neo-Nazi slogans while throwing beer bottles indiscriminately into the crowd, and brutally attacked members of the … Continue reading

Boneheads Attack Musician & His Family at Anti-Fascist Fundraising Event in Liverpool

Tonight, an anti-fascist fundraiser gig was scheduled at the social centre in Liverpool. Predictably, it got the attention of the local fascists. Around an hour prior to the gig starting it was noted that between ten and twenty NWI & NF vermin had been spotted in their favoured watering hole, where presumably they had a … Continue reading

BNP National Organiser faces jail for chasing children with knives

A BNP activist and former teacher could be jailed for driving in pursuit of three boys on bikes who he believed had been cheeky. The warning was made to Adam Walker after he admitted dangerous driving following the incident involving three 11-year-old boys in the wake of a St George’s Day march in Spennymoor, County Durham, … Continue reading

German spy chief quits in neo-Nazi files scandal

  The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence service resigned on Monday after admitting that his agency had shredded files on a neo-Nazi cell whose killing spree targeting immigrants rocked the country late last year. Heinz Fromm’s resignation is the latest in a series of embarrassing setbacks for Germany’s security services over their handling of the … Continue reading

5 Arrests at EDL Rally in Dewsbury

Police have praised the people of Dewsbury for their response to demonstrations in the town centre today. Although five people have been arrested for ‘minor incidents’, they say the two protests passed peacefully. Around 450 supporters of the right-wing English Defence League (EDL) took part in a national demonstration in front of Dewsbury town hall … Continue reading

Intel ‘destroyed as Nazi terror group exposed’

Germany’s domestic intelligence service destroyed files on neo-Nazis linked to the terror gang which claimed the murders of ten people – on the day the killings were traced to them, it has emerged. Operation Rennsteig used eight informers to infiltrate the Thuringia neo-Nazi group the Thüringer Heimatschutz – from which the neo-Nazi terrorists emerged. The informant operation … Continue reading

Conservative Candidate Makes Death Threats Against Liverpool Anti-Fascists

The gentleman in the picture above is Richard Brodowski. Originally from Bradford, he currently resides in Blackpool and is active within far-right circles. In 2011 Brodowski stood as a Conservative Party Candidate in the Squires Gate district of Blackpool. He has apparently at one time or another been an Anarchist, a member of the Socialist … Continue reading

70 Fascists Arrested at Lyon Railway Station Protest

About 70 far-right activists were arrested on Saturday as they tried to hold a banned demonstration at the main railway station in the French city of Lyon. Some were carrying knives and iron bars, according to officials. Some of those arrested may face more serious charges than participating in an unauthorised gathering, according to regional … Continue reading