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#511752
Someone posted a piece about Jeremy Corbyn this morning. Britain First repeated it on their website, which I'm not going to link to.

This is the story.

JEREMY CORBYN IS A DISGRACE FOR CHOOSING GLASTONBURY OVER ARMED FORCES DAY!

Noted soldier-hater and disgusting peacenik Jeremy Corbyn sensationally SNUBBED Our Brave Boys and Girls (soldiers) this weekend by not responding to a last-minute Armed Forces Day invitation, instead making a pre-booked appearance at Glastonbury Festival.

Armed Forces Day, a British tradition for generations ever since its inception in 2008, took place this weekend.

Tory MP James Heappey took the opportunity to invite the Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn to an event in his Burnham on Sea constituency, via The Sun website for some reason. One attend would’ve equalled one respect.

In a sensational snub to the armed forces, Corbyn failed to attend, leading to precisely ZERO respects being issued to troops.

In fact, other than issuing a statement thanking “our dedicated forces and veterans for their service, sacrifice and commitment”, the Labour leader completely failed to even acknowledge our dedicated forces and veterans for their service, sacrifice and commitment.

Instead, the hapless socialist appeared at Glastonbury Festival, on a stage that was built with money – which is capitalist, by the way – to deliver a virtue-signalling speech to hundreds of thousands of easily-duped people from every demographic.

Every demographic, that is, if they could afford two hundred literal pounds to buy a ticket. Onlookers also reported that many in the crowd were holding £3 cups of coffee, and iPhones, because these are also important details.

Corbyn’s speech featured his typical drivel, including pipe dreams such as an end to tuition fees (first introduced in 1998) and world peace. Really, Mr Corbyn? Advocating world peace on such a day? Just say that you hate soldiers and be done with it.

If you ask me, Glastonbury is an easy gig for Corbyn. Anyone can engage a crowd of tens of thousands of young people in a political discussion at a music festival. Let’s move the goalposts and see how he’d do. How would he go down at the Conservative Party Conference, for example? Or in my house, where I hate him?


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#512723
Britain First supporter calls for Merkel to be shot for refugee policy

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Another wannabe Thomas Mair
Lukasik, 61, a Polish national who lives in Enfield, north London, made his comments while attending a Britain First rally in Birmingham last month. He was interviewed for more than 20 minutes by a Polish blogger, Weronika Kania, and asked for his opinion on Merkel’s immigration policy.

Lukasik replied in Polish: “Let comrade Mauser speak” – an apparent reference to a German semi-automatic pistol – before imitating the sound and miming the action of a firing gun for several seconds. He then said: “Shoot her into pieces. This is the only solution. If this whore remains in charge it will just get worse. There will be terrorist attacks and so on.”
 
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#512879
School dinner lady suspended for attending march linked to EDL


I know people tackle problems differently but surely the last thing somebody who isn't famous would do if they were wrongly linked to the EDL is court publicity. Or invite Granada Reports round to your house and tell them you don't like people thinking of you as a racist. But most people didn't know of her until yesterday so why would she increase the numbers of people who think she is a racist by putting herself on telly? There's just too much that doesn't make sense. And that usually means the truth is not being told.
Mr Robinson has launched an online petition in support of Mrs Booth.
I'd be fucking horrified if I was innocent and Tommy Robinson did anything in support of me. I couldn't maximise publicity enough to tell him to stick his petition up his arse. Yet Mrs Booth is silent on this issue.
“Even if I was part of the EDL, which I’m certainly not, it should not have affected my job.”
That's the line of defence the far-right and their supporters usually give with regards to work. It translates as "there's nothing wrong with being part of the EDL."

At best, she is incredibly naive. Not being aware you're in the middle of an EDL march?! You hear whispers and comments from passers-by from streets away when there is a far-right march going on. But the whole thing though, sounds like she is actioning a back-up plan. It's the kind of things a far-right supporter would say rather than a truly innocent, horrified person trying to clear their name in private with their employer, with minimum fuss. If you were publicity-inclined, would you not go to the media AFTER the disciplinary hearing at work? Why go before?
#512885
AOB wrote:School dinner lady suspended for attending march linked to EDL


I know people tackle problems differently but surely the last thing somebody who isn't famous would do if they were wrongly linked to the EDL is court publicity. Or invite Granada Reports round to your house and tell them you don't like people thinking of you as a racist. But most people didn't know of her until yesterday so why would she increase the numbers of people who think she is a racist by putting herself on telly? There's just too much that doesn't make sense. And that usually means the truth is not being told.
Mr Robinson has launched an online petition in support of Mrs Booth.
I'd be fucking horrified if I was innocent and Tommy Robinson did anything in support of me. I couldn't maximise publicity enough to tell him to stick his petition up his arse. Yet Mrs Booth is silent on this issue.
“Even if I was part of the EDL, which I’m certainly not, it should not have affected my job.”
That's the line of defence the far-right and their supporters usually give with regards to work. It translates as "there's nothing wrong with being part of the EDL."

At best, she is incredibly naive. Not being aware you're in the middle of an EDL march?! You hear whispers and comments from passers-by from streets away when there is a far-right march going on. But the whole thing though, sounds like she is actioning a back-up plan. It's the kind of things a far-right supporter would say rather than a truly innocent, horrified person trying to clear their name in private with their employer, with minimum fuss. If you were publicity-inclined, would you not go to the media AFTER the disciplinary hearing at work? Why go before?
Don't worry, the Mail's on the case (mother of five, aged 27, sadface pic)

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#512887
I loathe the EDL as much as anyone, but it doesn't seem right to me. Attending one of their marches isn't illegal, and the EDL will relish the publicity.
Mrs Booth says she was handed a letter telling her she was suspended for going on an EDL march which was considered “potential gross misconduct”.

Some jobs yes, but not a dinner lady.
#512911
AKA the Ooh R A
Cornish terror group firebombs Rick Stein's restaurant and claims it has female suicide bomber primed for action
The Cornish Republican Army (CRA) want an independent Cornwall and says it has a female martyr prepared to die for the cause.

The Cornish Republican Army (CRA) says it carried out the attack last month as part of a renewed campaign to prevent the "ethnic cleansing of the people of Kernow".


Formerly known as the Cornish National Liberation Army (CNLA), the group has been dormant for over a decade and was believed to have been disbanded.

But in an official blog announcing the name change, the group made a series of chilling threats - including that it has a female martyr prepared to die for the cause.

The statement said: "Our organisation has grown and we now have one member who is prepared to pay the ultimate price in the battle for Kernow.

"She is prepared to sacrifice herself although we shall not ask for this lightly - only as a last measure."

The posh eatery Rick Stein Porthleven was badly damaged by fire in the early hours of Monday June 12.

A lean-to bin store which housed three gas cylinders was set alight and firefighters who extinguished the blaze said it was just 15 minutes from destroying the restaurant.

Investigations into the cause of the blaze are ongoing.

But now the alleged terror group has come out of hiding to claim it carried out the attack along with two other recent fires in Truro and Penryn.

It claims to have set off a "practice device" at the former Redruth Brewery site and had removed dozens of "red blood flags" - believed to be a reference to the St George Cross. http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk-wo ... k-10760404" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Arnold wrote:I loathe the EDL as much as anyone, but it doesn't seem right to me. Attending one of their marches isn't illegal, and the EDL will relish the publicity.
Mrs Booth says she was handed a letter telling her she was suspended for going on an EDL march which was considered “potential gross misconduct”.

Some jobs yes, but not a dinner lady.
Uneasily as it might site, I am firmly with Arnie on this. However unpleasant Tommy Robinson or the EDL may be, they are legally entitled to their right of assembly and their views are tolerated, protected even, under the law. She should be afforded the same protections and, I believe, probably will be if this comes before an employment tribunal.
#512921
And there's this..
The event was billed as a multi-cultural protest against extremism but descended into violence between far-right protesters and anti-racist counter protests
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It's quite conceivable that it attracted protesters who didn't have extreme right wing views.
#513133
Jack Buckby he who looks like Harry Potter manages to make an absolute arse out of himself on Channel 4 news.


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Former BNP member and far-right activist Jack Buckby appeared on Channel 4 News last night and launched into a rant so shocking the gasps of the production crew were audible.

In a debate over the alt-right with Barbara Ntumy, member of National Union of Students Black Students’ Campaign, he bemoaned the “faux outrage” of the left and insisted “people who are a drain on society” should be deported.
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