Now what would you say if you had legally according to your rights organised a march. That you had consulted with the local police and that there were no problems with the route you’d chosen. However there is are a few organisations that oppose you, well funded by union subscriptions and a notable disregard of the law save only when it’s used upon themselves. say one of these groups attacks your march and ten of its supporters are arrested compared to none of your own.
What would you expect the reaction of an ex-police authority chief?
Yep, probably the one that the protest group got…
A FORMER police authority chairman has accused the English Defence League (EDL) of “fascist street thuggery” after a march in Hull that led to 10 arrests.
Trouble flared when about 75 people took part a march along Spring Bank on June 8, although those arrested were protesting against the event.
Police said the men were held for public order-related offences when a “small disturbance” happened just after 1.15pm. Eight were released without charge, while a man aged 19 received a police caution for possession of a class B drug, and a 23-year-old was charged with possession of an offensive weapon in public.
Hull councillor Colin Inglis has now called on police to ban any further marches.
In a motion going before a meeting of the authority tomorrow, Coun Inglis, a former chairman of Humberside Police Authority, wrote: “Council notes the so-called ‘English Defence League’ march along Spring Bank.
“It further notes the deliberately provocative nature of this event with participants engaging in crude and racist behaviour clearly intended to elicit a response from local residents in a typical display of fascist street thuggery.
Astonishing is it not? The people behaving legally are the ones being accused of being fascists, the police arrested no one in the EDL tribute march (yes, that’s correct it wasn’t even a demo) yet they are the ones being accused of fascist thuggery.
If there’s one organisation in the UK who behave like fascists, it’s Unite Against Fascism, the organisation is union funded and has a number of convicted felons operating in a manner similar to the Nazi Brownshirts of infamous memory.
Indeed it was Winston Churchill who said ‘The fascists of the future will be called anti-fascists’ The guy seems to have major powers of prophesy.
It’s notable that Councillor Inglis has very little support in the few comments in the article so far. Seems the people on the ground know just who the real thugs operating out there are not the EDL.
Just a shame that Councillor Inglis can’t bring himself to acknowledge this…