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Still not laughing at the English Defence League

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes a caption is too.

While looking for coverage of the far-right’s attempts to exploit the tragedy in Rotherham to stir up a bit of cheap publicity, I stumbled across something that stuck in my head and bothered me in a way that silly facebook posts don’t normally do. 632 more words

The Left

Vultures Of Rotherham #4

This young scallywag was pulled for being late for his tea!

Here are some real fuckbugling arsefountains:

And it doesn’t get much better …

The EDL Damage Limitation Division have gone mental trying to deny that it all kicked off yesterday. 728 more words

The Vultures Of Rotherham #3

What a depressing and thoroughly expected surprise that the EDL’s demonstration in Rotherham over the child abuse scandal ended up in public drunkeness, infighting, confrontations with police and a breakaway group rampaging through the town causing damage. 788 more words


Last weekend I found myself in a pitch-black forest outside London, taking photos of some men in balaclavas burning a cross. Working my way through the thicket, I’d been greeted by a group of white British nationalists flying the White Dragon banner—a symbol of English resistance—and holding an Anglo-Saxon sword to represent Excalibur. 941 more words

National News

Sunderland man admits drunken arson aboard North Sea ferry

A FIRE on a North Sea ferry which sparked a major rescue operation when it was carrying around 1,000 people was started by a drunk passenger who was smoking cannabis in a cabin, a court has heard. 421 more words


Four in court for EDL protest

FOUR English Defence League (EDL) members have been convicted of a religiously aggravated offence following a Thatcham town centre protest.

The prosecution was brought after up to 20 people, some draped in St George Cross flags and one wearing a rubber pig mask, descended on The Broadway on the night on Friday, February 28. 579 more words


Islam in Britain: A conversation with the EDL and Abdullah al Andalusi [Video]

On 2nd July 2014, Bournemouth University arranged a filmed discussion between me and an articulate EDL spokesman, Gary Hazel, on the issue of ‘Islam in Britain’.The event was organised by the Bournemouth University Islamic Society, who organised the event after a lecture given during their Islamic Awareness week early in 2014 was heckled by EDL supporters in the audience. 142 more words

The Muslim Debate Initiative