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#362170
Yes, and don't we just know how our valiant crusading media will report it - EDL etc downplayed, and the closure '...after visit by Muslim group'.
By Esqui
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#363110
Happened upon "Britain First" via Facebook: http://www.britainfirst.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
We want our people to come first, before foreigners, asylum seekers or migrants and we are overtly proud of this stance.

We will not stand back and watch as our people are made second class citizens by leftwing-liberal policies and political correctness.

We will restore Christianity as the bedrock and foundation of our national life as it has been for the last one thousand years
They also have many principles, apparently:
Britain First stands opposed to all alien and destructive political or religious doctrines, including Marxism, Liberalism, Fascism, National Socialism, Political Correctness, Euro Federalism and Islam. Britain First is a movement of British nationalism, patriotism and democracy.
#363146
They're so proud of themselves that they collect signatures and addresses by setting up 'Better Treatment for Soldiers' stalls in high streets with no mention of 'Britain First'. They did that here and soon pissed off when people were informed who they were.
#363480
Joshua Bonehill-Paine is a self-styled "rising star of the right"
As serious and responsible as he is modest. I think he'll go far.
#363550
On his website the Daily Bale, Joshua Bonehill-Paine wrote an article claiming The Globe, in Leicester, had banned British armed forces to avoid offending the immigrant population.

The 21-year-old, from Yeovil, admitted one charge of malicious communication.

Chris Bulaitis, managing director of the pub group, said: "We had over 1,000 calls on the Saturday of people threatening to firebomb the pub, beat up the staff, who believed, absolutely believed, that we had banned military personnel.
As the Mail and Desmond's rags write these kind of lies on a regular basis, this prosecution is most welcome.
#363560
youngian wrote:
On his website the Daily Bale, Joshua Bonehill-Paine wrote an article claiming The Globe, in Leicester, had banned British armed forces to avoid offending the immigrant population.

The 21-year-old, from Yeovil, admitted one charge of malicious communication.

Chris Bulaitis, managing director of the pub group, said: "We had over 1,000 calls on the Saturday of people threatening to firebomb the pub, beat up the staff, who believed, absolutely believed, that we had banned military personnel.
As the Mail and Desmond's rags write these kind of lies on a regular basis, this prosecution is most welcome.
Also serves as a useful example of just how hideous some soldier supporters can be in their supposed support and pretection of soldiers (who in most cases would no doubt abhor such violent acts or threats been made in their name).

The whole, soldiers are good decent angels so lets act in a completely opposing way ourselves when supporting them is pretty revolting. I'm not saying all those who made those threats would have carried them out, but sadly there will always be a small few who would.
#364708
Bernard-Henri Levi
One can, if one is of the right, beat the left without mercy. One can, if one is of the left, seek to defeat the right. One cannot, if one is a republican, give the keys to our towns and cities to men and women who represent the worst there is.
The list of what one can be and think the same is not limited to republicans in Britain, of course.
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