Strange place to keep books.City centre descends into riots as former EDL leader Tommy Robinson signs books in a Rangers shirt as Celtic take on Sunderland
A statesman for our eraThe EDL founder had gone for a book signing at a Sunderland off-licence on Saturday
Tommy Robinson Verified account @TRobinsonNewEra 23h23 hours ago
Imagine coming to knock me out and getting sparked and laying on a Union Jack pillow in ya Celtic shirt. Proper nonce behaviour." onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... harassment" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;Two Britain First leaders charged with religiously aggravated harassment
Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen to appear in court over leaflets distributed in Thanet and Canterbury, police say
FLA founder John Meighan was loudly cheered when he called for the deportation of terror suspects.
“We want all suspected terrorists who are not British citizens to be permanently removed from the country,” he said. “Why should they be allowed to come over here? They’re not British citizens – get them out.”
He then led a chant of, “Out, out, out!”.
Meighan said people worried about their children being attacked by terrorists. “It’s not our way of life,” he said. “We want our country back – simple as that.” This led to singing of, “We want our country back” among the crowd.
He also targeted shadow home secretary Diane Abbott, to loud cheers from the crowd. Meighan mentioned Abbott and said, “It's time for you and your motley crew to move over: the FLA are taking over now".
One speaker said politicians have surrendered in arrival halls. They have housed, fed and clothed the enemy.
Former soldier Phil Campion said, “As far as I’m concerned we’re at war.” He quoted Winston Churchill pledging to “fight on the beaches” and “never surrender”—to whoops and cheers. One protester responded by shouting, “Kill ‘em all.”
Campion said, “Politicians have surrendered in arrival halls and airports. They have housed, fed and clothed the enemy.
“It’s time to stand up to terror,” Campion went on. “The political correctness has gone too far. We’ve lost our freedom of speech. I’m not allowed to say anything anymore,” he said from the platform. https://socialistworker.co.uk/art/45443 ... ance+march" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
And the twats who read the Express believe it...I’m not allowed to say anything anymore,” he said from the platform
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