Archive for June, 2010

British web Nazis jailed

Posted in Right Wing with tags , , , , , on June 26, 2010 by britishloyalist

British web Nazis jailed

The massed ranks of the Aryan Strike Force (ASF) and the British Freedom Force (BFF) have suffered a body blow as ‘Wigan’ Mike Heaton and Trevor ‘Fist’ Hannington have been sent down for racist comments posted on the internet.


At Liverpool Crown today Michael Heaton was sentenced to 30 months and Trevor Hannington to 2 years. They were cleared of soliciting murder but were convicted of using threatening, abusive or insulting words likely to stir up racial hatred. It was no real surprise but what is interesting is if any further charges are pressed over similar Nazi websites. Certainly, when Heaton and Hannington were first arrested several posters on the various Nazi forums started quailing: “If they can get Mike for what he has said on the net then they can get all or the majority of us I would wager.” Heaton and Hannington have a long history of far-right activity and have been filmed on EDL demos. The EDL website claims that although Heaton was on the earlier demos and the forum he has since been booted off. So we can safely assume Heaton is not going to be seen on any of their demo’s for a while. Unless they start a Prison Division.


There remains a singular unanswered question: why, when Heaton was arrested and then bailed was Hannington remanded. Both have previous convictions. This was going to be ‘explained’ but there has been little to clarify. Nazi Liam Pinkam wrote: “the BFF will be releasing a statement about it either today or tomorrow.” This never appeared. (Pinkham was nicked with Heaton in Blackpool at a BNP do last year and has since been booted out of the BFF after being accused of passing info to the cops and having an underage girlfriend. These rumours are being spread without being substantiated.)


Heaton was involved in the ASF and the BFF. The ASF website “encourages unity, and with our alliance with the RVF, the ASF, welcomes like minded people.” There are always suspicions that the more rabid organisations are state set-ups designed to monitor and contain Nazis, as Combat 18 was thought to be. The BFF website is chock full of dreadful White Noise bands and rhetoric and states that the main enemy are actually white people: “we have the commies, the reds, Antifa, most are white, and there [sic] a minor threat, but our biggest threat is ourselves, so called comrades, nationalists, the infighting is amazing.” The BFF also rue the ever present Nazi factionalism then post a link to a website smearing Kevin Watmough the founder of Redwatch, part of C18 and a member of the tiny BPP (formerly the WNP). The site accuses him of going out with a Gypsy “Yes a proper gypsy” and of being “A Liar, A Cheat, A Rapist and long time Agent Provocateur.”

The Heaton and Hannington convictions follow on from the Sheppard and Whittle duo who were jailed for their website outpourings last year. Sheppard and Whittle had legged it to the States in 2008 hoping to evade the charges but they were extradited and forced to stand trial. They are currently appealing against their prison sentences. 2 weeks ago the father-son terror-clown act in Newcastle were jailed over the ASF website and for possessing ricin amongst other things. There have always been violent extremists in the Nazi scene who are prepared to escalate the ‘race war’: BNP member Terrence Gavan was sentenced to 11 years for possession of explosives and firearms; BNP senior Tony Lecomber was convicted on explosives charges in 1985; ‘London nail bomber’ David Copeland was jailed for murder in 1999; Stuart Kerr, a fan of BNP and Combat 18, was jailed for bombing an Asian shop in the same year; David Tovey was jailed 2 years later for stockpiling explosive material; Robert Cottage and David Jackson were done for explosives in 2006; in the same year John Laidlaw was jailed for a shooting spree in north London; Allen Boyce and Terry Collins were both convicted on explosives charges; and last week hedgerow terrorist David Lucas got a guilty verdict for gunpowder and ammo.

The Cops & The EDL
In Channel 4’s panicky report Heaton and Hannington on Thursday it was interesting to note the reaction of the cops. The current police line is that the EDL have “1 or 2 extremists” but are mostly okay. This new ‘softly softly approach’ started after the EDL leadership were arrested in Scotland and taken back to Sheffield which begs several questions: Why arrest them? Why Sheffield? Was it uniform or Special Branch? Why the sudden turnaround by the cops in Bolton with mass arrests of anti-fascists? Why are the EDL being allowed to turn up in Whitechapel and not prevented from organising in Bradford both of which are sensitive areas guaranteed to kick off? Without getting too conspiracy theory about it, did the police offer a softer line on the EDL in exchange for info on hardcore hooligans before the World Cup as well as on Nazi extremists who the EDL leaders profess to dislike anyway? Without doubt the EDL serve to divide communities and are politically and economically useful at the moment: the EDL enflame Islamophobia which is necessary to continue the otherwise unpopular wars in Afghanistan and Iraq as well as gaining support in any forthcoming conflict with Iran. However, they also increase the ‘need for surveillance’ and stronger legislation on public assembly which will work against them.


The other question that remains is that of web content. With Sheppard and Whittle behind bars and Heaton and Hannington about to sample HMP’s finest cuisine for the next year or so how does this affect the other extreme websites. On places like VNN and Stormfront there are many threads that, late at night, ‘having strong drink taken’ descend into amusing bitchiness and not-so-amusing threats, racist outpourings and vile anti-Semitism. The EDL are not exempt either with current threads like ‘***k Palestine’ and ‘how many uaf are gonna get done over today.’ Having achieved a couple of high profile convictions, are the cops going to be trawling through the sites and trying to secure a few more promotion boosting arrests? This affects militant anti-fascists as well as nutjob fascists. Posters beware!



Edge of the City, a documentary on Bradford’s social services,

Posted in Nonce cases with tags , , on June 26, 2010 by britishloyalist

Review: Edge of the City

By Dominic Casciani
BBC News Online community affairs reporter

Social worker Omar (r) tries to keep teenager Matthew on the straight and narrow
Edge of the City, a documentary on Bradford’s social services, has been screened by Channel 4 after being dropped in May after police warned it could inflame racial tensions at local election time.
There’s been a lot said about Edge of the City – almost all of it by people who had not actually seen the controversial documentary on Bradford’s social services.


More than a year in the making, Edge of the City follows social workers with difficult cases in one inner city.

The most controversial of these witnesses authorities and parents trying to stop groups of young men who are grooming girls as young as 11 for sex.


Although none of the officials in the film raise race as the issue in these predatory relationships, the filmmakers make it perfectly clear that the abusers are predominantly Asian, and all of the abused girls are white.


This is the controversy at the heart of the film which cries out for explanation. But instead, the story is shoe-horned into 90 minutes, along with those of an elderly man fighting for independence, a troubled couple dealing with disability and alcoholism and a trainee social worker’s determination to help a serial teenager offender.


So given the unprecedented access to Bradford social services, did the filmmakers use it responsibly?

Or did they produce a film that, as its critics would have it, provided ammunition to racists?


Sensitively observed

The story of the trainee social worker and his young criminal charge is compelling human drama.

Omar Sheikh, the trainee who happens to be Muslim, looks after (“tracks”) Matthew, a 96-times teenager offender on early release and a tagging order, who happens to be white.


Omar mentions their ethnic backgrounds to the camera, but it’s unclear whether he thinks it overly important or was asked to talk about it. Matthew doesn’t seem to mind – at one stage he has a girlfriend from a mixed race family.

Omar’s attempts to keep his charge on the straight and narrow, and Matthew’s slow realisation that he is running out of chances, is sensitively observed and impartially reported.

And despite the unremittingly grim nature of Edge of the City, Omar’s bloody-minded determination to slap some sense into Matthew makes him a vivid advert for any social services recruitment campaign.

Unanswered questions

But, how the programme deals with the story of sexual abuse in Keighley and Bradford is more problematic.

Caroline and Keith face disability, harassment and alcoholism
Without a doubt, the programme makers, with their remarkable access to social workers, came across a tragic story which needed telling.

A Barnardos expert says “scores” of young men are involved; her local social services colleague says there is a massive hole in what the authorities can do. The filmmakers talk to one girl who has had 100 sexual partners.

But time and time again, the programme leaves questions unanswered.

Abuse of girls

Very early on in the film, the narrator says Bradford’s ethnic mix “traditionally” leaves a city divided. Difference is, of course, noticeable – but does it inevitably create division? Other cities would consider this a glib conclusion.

When the narrator explains that some abused girls are as young as 11, why does the camera stop on a shot of Bradford’s main mosque?

And when the narrator says that young Pakistani drugs gangs are beyond the control of “community elders”, are we being told this entire community should be considered guilty of neglect?

Disability and alcoholism

And as you wait for answers, the film changes tack onto another tale: Caroline and Keith, a sad and complex story of disability, harassment and alcoholism.

Critics of Edge of the City will accuse the filmmakers of being, at best, naive in how they have incorporated race into the story.

Two senior social workers and one police officer detail the complex methods of sexual grooming. None of these professionals suggests that race, faith or ethnicity is a factor. They say it’s down to power, misogyny and the self-esteem of the girls who believe the lies of men who shower them with gifts.

So if race has been a factor in Bradford and Keighley – and the interviewed mothers clearly believe it is – the film neither offers a theory nor explanation as to why this should be the case.

Unclear ending

Edge of the City clearly did not set out to be a far-right or racist polemic. It is quite often an experimental and complex documentary, mixing genres and cinematic approaches.

But after 90 minutes, you come away unsure what to think about what you saw.

Perhaps had the producers made four separate programmes, following each of the four stories, a lot of these questions would have been answered.



More hate crime hoaxes (EDL)

Posted in Murders with tags , on June 23, 2010 by britishloyalist

GUILTY: Hemanshu Patel

A STUDENT who murdered his father, mother and sister during a family row was jailed for life yesterday.

Hemanshu Patel, 21, shook his head in disbelief as the jury at Manchester Crown Court convicted him of the gruesome killings.

But Mr Justice Sachs said Patel had “rightly” been convicted by the court and said: “A graver crime is difficult to imagine. I have to consider with care the recommendation I make to the Home Secretary as to the minimum sentence you can serve. While you are shaking your head at me, this was a terrible, terrible thing to do”.

The jury took just three-and-a-half hours to accept the prosecution case that Tameside College student Patel stabbed his father Natverlalbhai 15 times, his mother Mudhuben seven times and then strangled his sister Manisha on September 15 last year.

After the trial, Chief Supt Dave Crompton said that it was a terrible experience for the relatives and friends of the Patel family.

“Any murder inquiry is difficult to investigate, but when the victims are three members of the same family it is even harder for everyone involved,” he added.

During the trial, prosecutor Henry Globe QC said it would never be known just why Patel committed the murders at the family home in Tewkesbury Avenue, Ashton-under-Lyne.


But it was established that Patel was in debt and owed money to his sister and on credit cards, and had even pocketed cash given to him by his father to pay the electricity bill.

Shortly before the murders took place, Patel’s 47-year-old father was forced to go and pay the bill himself after receiving a final demand and when he returned home, neighbours heard an argument.

During the row, Patel killed his father, 48-year-old mother and 23-year-old sister, leaving her body in the bath. He then tried to cover up the killings by daubing racist graffiti on the walls and ransacking the house in a bid to convince police a burglar had attacked the family.

But in evidence, Patel claimed his father killed his mother and sister and that he then attacked his father.

He said his father was angry over the unpaid bill, slapped his face and said he had let the family down. Patel then claimed that he went upstairs to his room and his father killed the wife and daughter.

Patel said he discovered the killings and attacked his father with a cricket bat and stabbed him because of what he had done.

murdered girl put in kebabs

Posted in Murders with tags , , , on June 21, 2010 by britishloyalist

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Girl’s body ‘put in mincing machine’Russell Jenkins The mother of a 14-year-old girl wept in court as a kebab shop owner was heard on tape allegedly telling how he had chopped up her daughter and placed her body, “bones and all”, in a mincing machine.

Karen Downes broke down in the public gallery as the gruesome conversation between the fast-food shop owner and another worker in Blackpool was played at the murder trial of Iyad Albattikhi.

Mrs Downes’s daughter, Charlene, “vanished off the face of the earth” three years ago after kissing her mother goodbye, Preston Crown Court was told.

No trace of her has been found since, the jury heard, leading police and her family to the “inescapable conclusion” that she is dead.

Charlene was known to have been among a number of young white girls who congregated around a district of Asian fast-food shops in the Lancashire seaside town.

The prosecution claims that Charlene was killed by Mr Albattikhi, 29, the owner of the Funny Boyz kebab shop, and that he had boasted of having sex with the teenager.

The tape recording, the prosecution suggests, is of a conversation between Mr Albattikhi and his business partner and co-accused, Mohammed Reveshi, 50, about how the girl’s body was disposed of after her murder.

On one tape, it is claimed, Mr Reveshi said: “Her big bones went into the machine as well, you know that, don’t you?” Mr Albattikhi replied: “Her bones? Did you . . . inside the machine?” “Yes,” Mr Reveshi said.

More than 52 tape recordings were captured by covert surveillance of Mr Reveshi’s home and car between February and March 2004 by the police inquiry team set up after Charlene disappeared in November 2003.

The jury was told that in one conversation Mr Reveshi had said to his partner: “Well, hopefully I [done] it properly you know . . . he thought he saw me cutting her body up.

“Do you remember she was bleeding to death?” “Yes,” replied Mr Albattikhi. “So that she made a mess,” Mr Reveshi allegedly added. Later in the transcript Mr Reveshi allegedly says: “The last one then, it was the last deep one and then it was the [heart] . . . that finally killed her.”

At one point Mr Reveshi said: “I’m so worried and you was the one who killed her.”

In his opening address to the jury last month, Tim Holroyde, for the prosecution, claimed that a witness had heard Jorda-nian-born Mr Albattikhi joke with fellow takeaway employees about how the teenager had been chopped up, and how her body “had gone into the kebabs”. Mr Albattikhi, of Blackpool, denies murdering Charlene while Mr Reveshi, also of Blackpool, denies disposing of her body.

Ian Goldrein, QC, for the defence of Mr Albattikhi, questioned the integrity of the tape recordings, which took Detective Sergeant Jan Beasant 2,400 hours to transcribe over a two-year period.

He said that neither of the transcripts read by the defendants’ lawyers included anything about bones, a mincing machine or blood.

The trial continues.

The jury hearing the trial of a takeaway boss accused of killing a schoolgirl and joking that her body had been put into kebabs has been discharged after it failed to reach a verdict.

Iyad Albattikhi, 30, owner of Funny Boyz fast food shop in Blackpool, Lancashire, was alleged at Preston Crown Court to have strangled 14-year-old Charlene Downes after having sex with her.

No trace of her body has been found since she vanished more than three years ago.

The jury also failed to reach a verdict on Albattikhi’s landlord and Iranian business partner Mohammed Reveshi, 50, who was accused of helping dispose of the girl’s body.

Both men denied all charges.

The court heard Charlene was one of a number of young white girls who went into the town to have sex with older men who worked in the fast food shops.

Charlene, from Buchanan Street in Blackpool, was “well and happy” but her home life was “chaotic”.

Expelled from school, she spent her time hanging around shops on the Blackpool Promenade, and was last seen on the early evening of Saturday November 1 2003. After kissing her mother goodbye she went off on her own – and vanished off the face of the Earth.

Albattikhi, known as Eddie, was alleged to have laughed that Charlene’s body had been minced up and “gone into the kebabs” after her disappearance.

After deliberating for just over 49 hours, the jury of seven men and five women told Mr Justice Henriques that it was “highly unlikely” that they would be able to reach a verdict.

R.I.P Charlene Downes

09 May 2008IPCC to manage investigation into collapse of Charlene Downes murder trialThe Independent Police Complaints Commission will manage an investigation into the reasons behind the collapse of the Charlene Downes murder trial.

Charlene Downes disappeared in Blackpool in November 2003. Two men stood trial for murder in May 2007 but a jury failed to reach a verdict. A retrial was ordered.

On 9 April 2008 the prosecution decided not to proceed with the case against the two defendants due to issues surrounding evidence. The two men were released subsequently from custody.

Lancashire Constabulary verbally referred the matter to the IPCC on 10 April 2008. The IPCC has now had an opportunity to undertake an assessment of the available information and has decided to manage Lancashire Constabulary’s internal investigation into the matter.

Mike Franklin, IPCC Commissioner for the North West, said: I expect the IPCC managed investigation to give answers to all those involved – the defendants, Lancashire Constabulary and Charlene’s family – as to why the trial could not proceed. The investigation will identify any lessons that can be learned. The IPCC is not reviewing the murder investigation as whole. That is a matter for Lancashire Constabulary.”

Beyond the pleasure beachBlackpool has a terrible secret: shockingly high levels of child sex abuse. Julie Bindel reports how the disappearance of a teenage girl revealed a dark side of the holiday resort
(6)Tweet this (5)Julie Bindel The Guardian, Friday 30 May 2008 Article history
The pier in Blackpool. Photograph: Christopher Thomond

On a mild November evening in 2003, 14-year-old Charlene Downes kissed her mum goodbye and walked with a friend to visit the Carousel bar on Blackpool’s North Pier. When she failed to come home by the following morning, police circulated her description. Charlene looked young for her age. Described by her mum as “a bubbly girl who likes a laugh, Westlife and fashion”, the girl shown on the missing poster had a cute child’s face framed by shiny dark brown hair. She would be 19 now, but although her body has not been discovered, police are convinced Charlene was murdered within hours of her disappearance.

Charlene was last seen in the town centre hanging around the alleyway that runs between the shops on Talbot Road and Clifton Street, which is full of fast-food takeaway outlets. During the search, more than 3,000 people were interviewed. Early on in the investigation, police became aware that Charlene, and a number of other girls, had been targeted by abusers active in the town. It emerged that the girls had been swapping sex for food, cigarettes and affection. Police are certain that Charlene was sexually abused by one or more men, over a period of time before she went missing, and that her death (they advised her parents in 2005 that they were convinced their daughter had been murdered) is linked to the abuse.

Last year, the trial of two men accused over Charlene’s murder was halted when the jury failed to reach a verdict. The subsequent retrial collapsed owing to concerns over a key prosecution witness. Both men were cleared of the charges. The case is still open.

In the search for Charlene, the police uncovered what was a barely hidden secret – endemic child sexual abuse and prostitution in the seaside town famous for its 1960s image of “kiss me quick” hats and sticks of rock. The Blackpool of childhood holidays past is still recognisable, but it has a dark underbelly of sexual exploitation. Before Charlene’s disappearance, this epidemic in Blackpool has been hidden, disguised by the party atmosphere and happy-looking kids with bucket and spades on the beach. “There have always been shocking levels of sexual abuse of children in this town,” says Sue McGurty, coordinator of Mothers of Sexually Abused Children (Mosac), “but before Charlene Downes went missing it was completely swept under the carpet.”

Seasonal employment in the town’s tourist industry and the large stock of low-cost, privately rented accommodation mean there is a constant flow of people moving into and out of Blackpool. Poverty levels are high: Blackpool is the 12th poorest area in the country. The number of children on Blackpool’s child protection register who are vulnerable to, or experiencing, sexual abuse is, at 16%, almost twice the national average, as is the number of children living in care homes or foster families. It is one of the only places in the country where girls do worse at school than boys. The suicide rate among the 15 to 19 age group in Blackpool is eight times higher than the UK average. Underage and unprotected sex is rife. HIV cases rose by 50% between 2001 and 2004; one in 12 girls is pregnant before the age of 18. A report published around the time of Charlene’s disappearance put this down to the resort’s “carnivalistic and hedonistic atmosphere”.

Children are attracted to the bright lights of Blackpool, so the town receives its fair share of runaways. And there are always plenty of sexual predators waiting for them to arrive, knowing they will be cold, hungry and homeless; probably already victims of abuse. On average, two more young children are found to be homeless in Blackpool every month.

There are approximately 800 convicted high-risk sex offenders living in Blackpool. Many choose to move there after their release from prison. “Why do so many child abusers want to live in Blackpool?” asks Wendy Shepherd from children’s charity Barnardos. “Alongside the increase in child sexual exploitation there is a marked increase in the sex industry in Blackpool, and sex tourism masquerading as stag weekends. Questions need to be asked about the links.”

Recently the Coalition for the Removal of Pimping (Crop), a child protection charity based in West Yorkshire, warned that Blackpool is becoming one of the hotspots where children and young people are sold for sex to older men.

“We know that young people from this area are being taken over to Blackpool,” said Aravinda Kosaraju, a researcher at Crop. “If you’re 13 or 14 and invited to come for a night out to a club in Blackpool, or have a holiday there, it may be hard to resist.”

There is some evidence that disproportionate numbers of men from migrant communities are involved in the abuse of girls. Opportunism is one possible explanation, according to a police officer who worked on missing children cases. “A number of them work illegally in the takeaways, which is where a lot of the vulnerable girls either work for pocket money, or hang out.”

The Awaken Project, a multi-agency initiative led by police and social services, was set up a year after Charlene disappeared, as a direct response to the case. There have been calls for the project to be extended to cover the whole of the UK, but so far, the government has been slow to respond, despite Awaken’s success. The team – which brings together professionals from licensing, social services, education and police – aims to root out and arrest the abusers before they do serious harm, and protect children from exploiters. Officers target what they call “honey pots”, likely to attract both children and offenders, such as takeaways, amusement arcades and the pier, which Charlene visited the night she vanished.

The Golden Mile between the North and Central Piers, which takes in the Promenade and the Winter Gardens, looks on the surface much as it did 30 years ago, but closer inspection reveals the difference. What used to be a B&B is now a massage parlour. Next to the shop where children buy their shoes for ballet class is a lap dance club. Further up the road is Twilight Babes, advertised as a “sauna”. The Lucky Star amusement arcade on the promenade is where John Goodfellow, a convicted child abuser, tried to entice a group of children back to his flat by giving them money to play on the slot machines. He was jailed for seven years in July 2005 for attempting to procure minors for sexual activity.

I visited Blackpool on the second anniversary of Charlene Downes’ disappearance, in November 2005. A photograph of her parents, Robert and Karen Downes, dominated the front page of a local paper, with a mockup of how Charlene might look aged 16. The headline read, “Clinging to Hope.” At that stage in the investigation, some hope remained.

“I can’t think the worst,” Karen Downes told me in a rundown pub near her central Blackpool home. “I just wouldn’t be able to carry on if I did.” Downes had a nervous, almost child-like manner, and constantly twisted her hands together as she spoke. Her round, cherubic face crumpled with grief. She apologised, and struggled to continue.

Charlene was from a loving family, but, as social services noted prior to her going missing, a chaotic one. At the time that Charlene disappeared, a homeless man whom a family member had invited to stay was revealed to be a sex offender against young children. The area where the Downes live houses high numbers of people on benefits, with several boarded-up houses, few amenities, and high levels of street crime.

The story Downes told was a familiar one. Her daughter “fell in with the wrong crowd”, whom she banned from the house. Eventually, Charlene was excluded from school for truanting. “When she was 13 she started going off the rails. I don’t know why.”

The week she went missing, all seemed as normal. “Charlene was in watching her Darren Day videos as usual. Only days after she went missing she was due back to the school to discuss going back.” Darren Day, Charlene’s favourite West End performer, even made a plea for help in finding her.

It was not the first time Charlene had been missing. When she was 12, she did not come home for four days. “It turned out she was staying with her friend and had not told me,” said Downes. “When she went missing this time around, I think the police thought she’d done that again.”

Paul Phillpott, a detective inspector in Blackpool police and coordinator of the Awaken Project, explained how abusers target their prey. “The common scenario is a young person being befriended by a significantly older male, groomed with small gifts, free food, small amounts of money. They give the young person lots of attention and affection and when they feel they can get away with it they sexually assault the young person, making them feel complicit in their own abuse.” Those targeted are often 13- to 14-year-olds persuaded into sex in exchange for clothes, cheap jewellery or money. “It is more subtle than how most people think of child prostitution,” said Phillpot.

“I found out,” said Downes, “that Charlene was getting chips for a blow job. How can those bastards do that to kids?”

I met Downes again, just after the trial collapsed. She was inconsolable, and talked nonstop about her daughter, and about how much she missed her. “My daughter was a beautiful, clever girl. Good at English and maths. She liked nothing better than taking me and her nana shopping,” said Downes. “She used to say, ‘When I get older, I’m going to buy a car and take you both out every day.'”

Downes is angry that her daughter’s death has barely been noted outside Blackpool, and that her case has warranted far less attention than those of other missing children. “I could not understand why the police did not put out information about Charlene on TV, and why only the local paper was interested in her disappearance,” said Downes. “I often wonder, if she had been from a posh family, and was having piano lessons, would they have tried harder to find her?”

The lives of the Downes family are in limbo. A week after the trial collapsed, Downes was arrested for stabbing her husband, Robert, during an argument, causing minor flesh wounds. Robert does not wish to press charges, as he understands that his wife lashed out in desperation, crazed with grief and distress. “What people don’t seem to understand,” Downes told me, “is that not knowing where Charlene is feels almost worse than knowing she is dead”.

UAF support Jihadists

Posted in Enemy's of Britain with tags , , on June 21, 2010 by britishloyalist

At the end of this clip its clear the UAF were supporting the Jihadists, although it says “UAF deny any involvement” Yeh right oh……

Muslim rioters get a taste of British policing

Posted in police and the legal system with tags , on June 21, 2010 by britishloyalist

Thats gonna hurt in the morning

A million miles away from the previous riot in London where police were ordered not to fight back against rioters, this time they got stuck in just like they do with football hooligans. Take no shit guys. Nice to see we are getting value for our council tax. LMFAO

Whitechapel Commies stabbed by Muslim mob they inflamed

Posted in Enemy's of Britain with tags , on June 21, 2010 by britishloyalist

In an act of poetic justic, early reports suggest that 6 Antifa clowns have been stabbed by the very Muslim mob they had wound up into a frenzy with all the crap on their websites. On twitter yesterday some of the incitment messages were of the type ” a muslim woman has had her veil ripped off and a cigarette stubbed out on her face” and “a muslim woman was raped by two whites” this is a typical leftwing tactic to cause murder from the safety of their bedrooms. How ironic then that the mob they had whipped up turned on them and stabbed some of them.

“Im loving it” 🙂