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Nazis routed and humiliated in Liverpool as hundreds turn out to block their march

Pat D reports and reflects on last Saturday’s successful anti-fascist mobilisation in Merseyside

Liverpool is a famous city. National Action, a neo-Nazi group, wanted to be famous too, which is why they chose the “Red City” as the location for their “White Man March”, planned for Saturday 16 August. 1,140 more words

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Neo-Nazis plan rally in Liverpool, prompting anti-fascists to raise donations for migrants

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A Neo-Nazi group has warned that Liverpool “will go up in flames” if their so-called “White Man March” scheduled for Saturday is canceled.

The march, organized by white supremacists National Action, is due to begin at noon, with attendees expected to meet certain guidelines, such as the “ 514 more words

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Fascists routed in Liverpool: the end of National Action?

The much-publicized and much-hyped White Man March in Liverpool ended in humiliation and pain for National Action and their Nazi mates as they failed to even get out of Lime Street station. 917 more words

Political Issues Remain After White Man March Sent Packing in Liverpool

The build-up to the White Man March had been intense. As soon as the event was announced by the fascist National Action a few months back, various groups on the Liverpool and national left began planning their response. 327 more words

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The Interwar Opposition to Fascism: The Struggle for Life and Minds in the Narrative of History

Of all the political phenomenon to have ever occurred in the human mind and put into practice, none of them remain as demonized and misunderstood in the public and intellectual consciousness as Fascism.  4,914 more words

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Antifascist stall held ahead of neo-Nazi "White Man March"

On Thursday afternoon members of Liverpool Class Action held a stall in Toxteth ahead of the neo-Nazi “White Man March”, passing out several hundred leaflets urging people to oppose the march. 127 more words