UAF: nutters, but well organised nutters

After their triumphant thrashing of some fascists/football supporters (you choose) in Birmingham over the weekend, Unite Against Fascism must be feeling energised, and raring to go. So many fascists, so little time.

Prior to the gig in Brum', they were last seen in Westminster, disrupting a Nick Griffin press conference, using reasoned shouting, thoughtful shoving and carefully considered eggs.

Its a bit of a motif, this supressing the views of those they disagree with. Remember this famous, and hilarious, quote?

"We don't believe in free speech - for fascists"


So, busy times ahead, with all those fascists up and down the land needing shouting down and beating up, eh?

Mind you, its not like money's a problem - the UAF is a fake charity, funded by Unison and the Home Office, so there's cash a-plenty. Let's get going, lads!

A letter went out to UAF members last night, setting out their upcoming program of events. Apparently, the good folk of the UAF are..

".. gearing up for a series of demonstrations against the fascists this month, culminating in a mass protest against the BNP's annual rally in the village of Codnor, Derbyshire, on Saturday 15 August"


Come on lads, lets descend upon a village in Derbyshire, and start a fight! The villagers won't mind, because we'll be fighting Fascism. On their village green. They'll be delighted.

"The BNP pretends that its rally is a "family friendly festival". "


Family friendly? Great, there'll be kids there. Fascist kids. They're really easy to beat up. Especially the girls.

"The event is also likely to feature "guests" from the BNP's new allies in the European parliament"


Better still, there'll be foreigners there. We hate foreigners, don't we? Don't we? Oh no, we don't. But we hate fascists, so we can beat these foreigners up.

Unite Against Fascism supporters up and down the country are organising coaches to get protesters to Codnor, Derbyshire, at 9am on Saturday 15 August to join the protests against this rally. Here's a list of coaches and contacts for each.. .. For those coming from Liverpool, see group here:..


Well, this is all organised beautifully isn't it? Mussolini himself couldn't have put together a better timetable.

Our fucking money, paid out by the Home Office, is paying for a load of coaches, to transport a load of crazed activists to a village in Derbyshire, so they can scream, shout, hurl eggs and disrupt and suppress a gathering they don't agree with.

Thank fuck someone is standing up against Fascism, eh?


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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

If this, and the photos in the papers, of the lad with green top getting a kicking, are the face of the anti fascists - then I'm voting FOR the BNP.

Oblong² said...

If you don't like them, email them and let them know!

JuliaM said...

"If this, and the photos in the papers, of the lad with green top getting a kicking, are the face of the anti fascists - then I'm voting FOR the BNP."

That's going to be the reaction of a lot of people...

"...the UAF is a fake charity, funded by Unison and the Home Office, so there's cash a-plenty."

Oh, quelle suprise!

Still, Unison are a little confused over what constitutes racism at the best of times...

mungle said...

The use of these useful idiots by the government will almost certainly back fire. The BNP need to refrain as much as possible from being drawn by these "protestors". Otherwise media whores will take every opportunity to present them as the "thugs".

patently said...

Sounds rather like the "War Veterans" in Zimbabwe to me.

Mind you, we adopted his economic policies - why not borrow a few others as well?

Uncle Bob said...

Who's bright idea was it to set up this branch of the thought police. You want to know how to beat the BNP, debate them and show up their arguments for the stupid pile of shit it is. Simple, effective, no-one gets arrested and democracy wins out. No, instead we get the militant wing of the PC brigade. A bunch of fucking morons who are probably making the BNP more popular.

banned said...

Were their predecessors in the Anti-Nazi League likewise a fake charity ?