Re: Sundry far-right groups and parties.
Posted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:07 pm
Discussion about the Daily Mail, other media and politics.
An opportunity for Jeremy to do the right thing, holds breath.oboogie wrote: ↑Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:39 pmAntisemitic Holocaust denier Chabloz ‘signed up to be official Labour supporter’
EXCLUSIVE: Activist and revisionist also declared her support for Jeremy Corbyn in several blog posts.
K9 1973, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
They are doing a better job than the government, fair play to them.
steve09, wolverhampton, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
Keep up the good work lads
DPJ187, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
About time someone did something. Good on you guys
Fallout4, Diamond city, United Kingdom, 2 hours ago
Good luck to them , keep up the good work
crosseyedone, melbourne, Australia, 4 hours ago
"Far Right", What a lot of nonsense. Even the poster itself displays that the really perpetrators are lefties. The use of the word "comrade" shows them to be Commies. Fake news.
eddyjacobsen, london, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago
Oooooooops; DM don't forget the escalating increase in the leftie fanatics PROVOCATIONS, that leads to nutcases' growth. Just saying.
Bill, Alnwick, 4 hours ago
Those causing all the problems on the streets are not far-right extremists. They are globalists and far-left!
Station12, EUSSR, United Kingdom, 4 hours ago
As long as hard left groups like Momentum exist... you will see groups like this in response...
Morrissey kicks protester out of concert after heckles over his support of the far-right
Morrissey kicked out a protester from his concert after they began to heckle him over his support of the far-right.
The former Smiths frontman was performing in Portland, Oregon when a protester held up two signs – one that condemned the far-right group For Britain, and another that read “Big Mouth Indeed”.
As fans jeered and swore at the protestor, Morrissey himself ordered one of his crew to cut the lights in the concert venue.
“Go, go, go,” Morrissey is heard shouting in footage from the incident. “Max, the lights.”
“We don’t need you,” he continues. “Goodbye. Go. Go. Go. We don’t need you. We don’t need you. Goodbye.”
Morrissey’s latest tour of the US has been described as “a total disaster”, with tickets selling for as low as $7, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations announcing a boycott of many of his dates.
Oh dearPolice attempt to ban Tommy Robinson from England games
Police are trying to get Tommy Robinson banned from attending England football matches after the former EDL leader was filmed punching a fellow fan...
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-b ... s-50014446
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