September 12, 2011

Lager, lies and missing knives.

There's been much written in today's newspapers about the rival clashes between equally obnoxious extremist groups outside of the American Embassy in London yesterday.

Muslims Against Crusades (MAC) and the EDL clashed on a number of occasions at separate locations around central London resulting in dozens of arrests.

While the MAC were outside of the American embassy in a provocative and tasteless demonstration, a ceremony was taking place to remember the 67 British victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001.

Not to be outdone, the EDL turned up swigging cans of lager and shouting racist abuse. This was, apparently, their attempt to restore dignity to the solemnity of the ceremony and to "defend" the memory of those people who died.

Hope Not Hate has long said that MAC & EDL are exactly the same disease as each other. We condemn them both. Neither represents either the religions or the flags or the communities who they claim to speak for, represent or defend.

What is interesting however, is the claim that two EDL members were stabbed by Muslims. It managed to make quite a few of the reports of the event as the EDL-having further disgraced themselves and their country's national flag-went for some kind of martyrdom of their own, possibly to match even the supposed hunger strike of their mini-Fuhrer Tommy Robinson.

The truth however is far more interesting. There would appear to be an actual absence of the two victims. Their stabbings have been reported in newspapers, but apparently not to either the police or indeed, hospitals.

The EDL of course, never let truth get in the way of their constant campaign of violence and lies directed against the Muslim community. Serial racist and moron Bill Baker of Essex is already writing that it is now "open season on all Muslims". No doubt that was the real intent behind the news of the mysterious stabbings.

The EDL were led in London yesterday by UDA run-away Leon McCreery, the man who once covered his face to threaten to burn down Hope Not Hate's offices.

It looks like Leon has had to move to the south of England having upset some members of the Infidels, the EDL break away group. He's just been named by members of the group as their "most wanted".

Thanks to Nick Lowles at HOPE not Hate


Anonymous said...

One correction, Kevin Carroll was leading Edl yesterday, Mc Creery was there as useful sidekick/idiot,

Carroll was calling the shots. MAC are dunderheads true, but Edl are a far more insiduous threat, feeding off Islamophobia as they do. To say they are 2 sides of the same coin is to blow MAC out odf all proportion and underplay the threat that Edl seek to muster.

Anonymous said...

I will take your condemnation of MAC seriously when you print their names and details in the same manner as you do with the EDL.

"Member of Neither"

Anonymous said...

from bnpideas :

Wales RO Brian Mahoney announced his resignation to the executive of the party in Wales at a meeting on Thursday night. He confirmed his decision in an email sent out on Friday which read as follows: “As was discussed at last nights’ meeting, I have tonight formally submitted my resignation as the official Regional Organiser for Wales. “I remain of course a member of Wales BNP and am readily available to you all.”
BNP Ideas understands that all the Wales activists who attended the meeting were adamant that they would not replace Mr Mahoney.

NewsHound said...


Anonymous said...

He looks more ugly than even a BPP member, which bloody well takes some doing.

Why do neo-Nazis look so fuckin' fugly??????????????????????????????

Anonymous said...

BNP Nazi Nan Tess Culhane has recently been seen attending EDL meetings in London.

Wander what she's doing?

NewsHound said...


Anonymous said...

Bill Baker explaining bomb-making. Isn't this illegal?

Anonymous said...

I wander if his zombie-like looks makes him handsome money over Halloween?

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...

Bill Baker explaining bomb-making. Isn't this illegal?"


Terrorism Act 2000, Section 1. -

(1) In this Act "terrorism" means the use or threat of action where-

(a) the action falls within subsection (2),
(b) the use or threat is designed to influence the government [or an international governmental organisation][2] or to intimidate the public or a section of the public, and
(c) the use or threat is made for the purpose of advancing a political, religious [, racial][3] or ideological cause.

(2) Action falls within this subsection if it-

(a) involves serious violence against a person,
(b) involves serious damage to property,
(c) endangers a person's life, other than that of the person committing the action,
(d) creates a serious risk to the health or safety of the public or a section of the public, or
(e) is designed seriously to interfere with or seriously to disrupt an electronic system.

(3) The use or threat of action falling within subsection (2) which involves the use of firearms or explosives is terrorism whether or not subsection (1)(b) is satisfied.