Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Nazi thugs on the rampage in Dover

There are some people on Facebook that would seek to normalise these animals. They are incredibly ignorant of history or people that I would not like to encounter on a dark alley

The VERY different faces of fascism in Britain: Steely faced blonde in vintage knitwear joins tattooed skinheads at anti-migrant protest where thugs daubed swastikas in BLOOD amid violent clashes

  • Far right and anti-fascist groups clashed at an anti-immigration rally which saw bricks and smoke bombs thrown
  • Demonstrators from National Front and far-right South East Alliance among those who marched against immigration
  • Clashed with anti-racism activists, who had organised a counter-demonstration and rally quickly turned into chaos
  • Prior to demonstration in Dover, two groups clashed at Maidstone service station where coaches were vandalised
  • Nine people arrested and weapons seized included a lock-knife, knuckle duster, pieces of wood, glass and hammers


30 January, 2016

One is a blood-soaked tattooed skinhead with 'EDL' inked onto his scalp; the other is a steely faced blonde wearing vintage knitwear.

These are the different faces of Britain's fascists - pictured at a violent anti-immigration rally where thugs daubed swastikas on coaches with their blood.

The young woman - one of very few females at the protest in Dover - wore a sticker on her face reading 'FCK ISIS' and 'South Easy Alliance', a group which describes itself as an 'angry, white and proud' street movement.

She stood in stark contrast to the angry middle-aged man, who was pictured bellowing at anti-fascist protesters with blood dripping from his face.
A far-right protester with a bald head and covered in blood bellows at the anti-fascist demonstrators, as the protests turned ugly in Dover

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A far-right protester with a bald head and covered in blood bellows at the anti-fascist demonstrators, as the protests turned ugly in Dover
A girl from South East Alliance holds a placard accusing left-wing activists of not taking in refugees from war-torn regions

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A girl from South East Alliance holds a placard accusing left-wing activists of not taking in refugees from war-torn regions 
Dover was turned into a battleground today as Neo-Nazi gangs clashed with anti-fascist protesters and police in riot gear tried desperately to control the scuffles in the streets of the seaside town, which came to resemble a 'war zone'.
Flag waving demonstrators from far-right groups such as the National Front, neo-Nazi organisation Combat 18, Scottish Defence league and South East Alliance marched through the town to protest against the arrival of immigrants.
They clashed with anti-racism activists who had organised a counter-demonstration and the peaceful rally quickly descended into chaos as bricks, glass and pieces of wood were thrown.  
Far-right groups clashed with anti-fascist demonstrators - pictured is a man with an English Defence League tattoo with the words 'never f****** surrender ever'

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Far-right groups clashed with anti-fascist demonstrators - pictured is a man with an English Defence League tattoo with the words 'never f****** surrender ever'