Tuesday, 23 March 2010

UAF Terrorists Say Police

Finally the police have realised that New Labour are about to be booted out of government and that arse licking the MP's that protect the UAF is counter productive, for by defending the terrorists in the UAF what does that say about the police ?

Even then the dickhead copper still has to have a go at the EDL and says "Mr Shewan was also critical of the EDL which he condemned for flag-waving and "vitriolic name-calling".



What planet is this idiot copper on.

The idea that 'flag waving' is a something the police can condemn is lunacy.

What a PC Plonker.



Police blame anti-fascists for violence

Protesters at English Defence League rally reject blame for violence

By Lewis Smith

Monday, 22 March 2010

Anti-fascist protesters have been blamed by police for provoking the violence which broke out as a controversial organisation campaigning against the spread of Islam attempted to hold a rally.

Several people were hurt, including at least two police officers, and 74 people were arrested as the group Unite Against Fascism (UAF) protested on Saturday against the English Defence League (EDL) rally in Bolton, Lancashire. Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan, from Greater Manchester Police (GMP), accused UAF supporters of deliberately inciting violence and attacking officers who were trying to keep the two sides apart.

"We have seen groups of people, predominantly associated with the UAF, engaging in violent confrontation," he said. "It is clear to me that a large number have attended with the sole intention of committing disorder and their actions have been wholly unacceptable. They acted with, at times, extreme violence and their actions led to injuries to police officers, protesters and members of the public.

"The police are not and should not be the target of such violence and anger, and this protest and the actions of some of the protesters is roundly condemned by GMP and by Bolton Council."

Mr Shewan was also critical of the EDL which he condemned for flag-waving and "vitriolic name-calling". Once the rally was over, police escorted them to bus and railway stations while EDL supporters chanted: "We want our country back."

A spokesman for the anti-fascist contingent, however, denied there had been any intention to cause violence and said the police had been hostile from the start."They sent riot squads into a peaceful demonstration and that's how the violence happened," he said. "They treated the EDL with kid gloves. We don't accept the police account at all and are very concerned about the nature of the policing and would like to see some kind of investigation."

Greater Manchester Police and political leaders from Bolton Council had last week appealed in vain to Alan Johnson, the Home Secretary, to ban the rally and protest because they feared there would be violence. Of the 74 people arrested during the demonstrations, at least 55 were thought to be from the anti-fascist group, with nine being of EDL supporters.

Virtually all those arrested were later released without charge. One of the few exceptions was Weyman Bennett, a senior member of the UAF, who was arrested at the start of the demonstration and was charged with conspiracy to organise violent disorder.

An estimated 2,000 people attended the rally by the EDL, a "patriotic" group which maintains it is non-racist but is vehemently against the spread of Islam which it describes as "a vile and virulent ideology based on 7th-century barbarity, intolerance, hatred, subjugation and war".

They were challenged in Bolton's Victoria Square by an estimated 1,500 UAF supporters who regard the EDL as a racist group on the extreme right and a sister organisation of the British National Party.

A further 1,500 anti-fascists were said by the UAF to have travelled to Bolton but were kept away from the square where the rally and protest were held. Prior to the demonstration, both groups agreed to stay in separate designated areas in front of the town hall, separated by steel barriers, but some were said to have tried to smash through the barricades.

Of the people who were injured during the violence, one was a man who was taken to hospital for treatment to a head injury, and another was a 16-year-old girl who suffered from a panic attack during the protest.

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3dom now! said...

I hope that someone will get the names and addresses of the fascists who were arrested so that they are given the chance of a fair trail when the BNP are in government.

Anonymous said...

Formerly Mr Plod has has now devolved into Mr Plonk...Er.....

Coppers used to have a sense of allegience to their extended family and kin...Now they run around seeking hierarchical approval and promotion within the establishment with allegiance to nothing tangible whatsoever.

Too busy taking guns off people, writing them up for "speedin'", or watching us on voyeur video for naughty boy kicks...and enforcing Noachidiotic Law on behalf of others.

Adrian said...

Couldn't EDL have a peaceful protest in front of Westminster demanding better Border control so these extremists don't get in.
Couldn't they demand that extremists and foreign crims, illegal aliens be booted out of the country.
Surely they would be better off supporting the BNP, no one can save the country on their own, Even Churhill didn't do that, it took everyone working together for the same goal, from Churchill right down to the raw recruit British Tommy wading ashore at Normandy.

What do the EDL have to say on the NWO, the EU, it's they that control our immigration, not the migrants, the EU the NWO.
What about Globalization, the restoration of British Industry, fishing and farming.

Muslim extremists are a symptom of a much bigger ilnesss.
Stop attacking the sympton, address the core problem.

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