Friday 22 October 2010

Banning the EDL

So David Cameron wants to ban the EDL.

First of all no mention of him banning the UAF, a group who has had more members arrested for violence even than the IRA in the UK.

So its English Nationalists that are the enemy of this evil government, not the Islamists nor the Communists.

Theres a lesson for many people to learn from that.

Now as regards the ban its best the EDL put in place two measures ASAP ;

1) First of all organise a legal fund to fight any ban.

2) Organise a cellular network to get around it and prepare the activists to organise around a new name or an existing group eg Stop the Islamisation of Europe.

If Cameron bans the EDL, he will be banning your ability to organise around the name of the EDL.

All websites will be banned etc

So you must prepare now in the event he does.

That requires the local organisers to be ready to switch into a post-EDL mode as soon as the ban hits.

If the EDL is banned, then you can either form autonomous local groups organised under new names eg Bradford English Resistance, Luton English Nationalists and then organise via a centralised web site ( set up outside the UK ) to organise demonstrations via the central hub.

Therefore prepare a new non-EDL website outside the UK right now as a central organising hub for all the local groups in the event of a ban being initiated.

Then when you have a demonstration the local organisers just bring their own flash mobs.

In effect this will be far more safe than a unified leadership of the EDL, which as we have seen can be intimidated by the police and infiltrated by the state.

The more localised and cellular the groups become, the harder they are to penetrate and shut down.

Cameron is not going to ban the UAF or Hezbollah or the PLO as the demand for the ban on the EDL is coming from the European Union and the Muslims who deliver the Muslim block vote in elections and which Cameron requires for votes to take seats.

Therefore a ban will at some point arrive.

Therefore begin the process right now of preparing the local cells, the non-UK based website hub to co-ordinate future demonstrations in the event of a ban and also prepare your senior local leadership to either join an existing organisation or prepare their cells for autonomous activities outside the scope of a defined leadership hierarchical structure.

Also the EDL needs to start recruiting unemployed soldiers into their ranks - these guys are trained, organised and have extensive links with fellow troops.

They can form the vanguard of a new more organised EDL and also act as an internal security force to remove reds, idiots and other refuse from demonstrations.

They can also spot an infiltrator - so there security skills will be useful.

This is an issue of democracy - the English and British people have every right to organise street protests.

The Far Left, anarchists, climate change protestors, trades unions all have demonstrations - many including extreme violence such as the Poll Tax riots - but they have never been banned.

Banning the EDL is an act of treason against our people and our democracy.

It must be resisted.

By Anthony Posner
October 21, 2010

When electioneering in Birmingham, David Cameron said:

“The EDL are terrible people, we would always keep these groups under review and if we needed to ban them, we would ban them or any groups which incite hatred.”

Was this just an attempt to pick up some last minute Muslim votes in the West Midlands or did he really mean it?

And if he is serious about doing so, would Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats agree?

It is interesting, moreover, to consider how this LIb/Con administration perceives the Islamist threat to the British way of life. After all, Angela Merkel has recently stated that multiculturalism has failed. But are we to conclude that it hasn't in The UK? Are the shenanigans, for example, at City University, just a tiny blip or do they represent something a bit more sinister?

So should The EDL be banned? Are Jews who join The EDL deluded, not realizing that they are really part of an undercover Nazi party? And if they are, which political party in The UK should Jews turn to, if they truly believe that the Islamists and Jihadists are a serious threat not only to Israel, but also to Western Judeo-Christian civilization?

If The EDL is banned what other groups should Cameron ban? Should he ban The BNP? And which Islamist organizations?

I know that some JC bloggers will only focus on Jonathan Hoffman and The EDL at the Ahava demo, but I think it is time to broaden the discussion and try at least to answer some of the questions that I raise.

(It should be noted that The Taliban is not, strangely enough, a proscribed organization in The UK, althoughThe UK is fighting it in Afghanistan. With regard to its European activities, the following is worth noting:

A senior Afghan Taliban official has warned of an attack against the Netherlands if its new government implements the agenda of anti-Islam MP Geert Wilders, the Volkskrant daily reported Monday.

"If the Netherlands maintains or intensifies its anti-Islam policy, it is certain that the Netherlands will be the target of an attack by a jihadist group," Zabiullah Mujahed, a long-time Taliban spokesman, is quoted as having told the newspaper....
"If he (Wilders) succeeds in manipulating the Dutch parliament to pass more anti-Islamic legislation ... there is no doubt that Muslims from other countries will take action to help their Muslim brothers and sisters," Mujahed said.)

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1 comment:

extant said...

Listen up Boys and Girls, Lee is always infront of the game ;o)