Police face a bill of £800,000 for the EDL’s Leicester march. All those people moaning about that need to get to grips with a few simple facts. There was no trouble and no arrests at this demo. Police played a blinder by allowing a march instead of the kettling employed last time, a tactic known to raise tension and create trouble.
While UAF moan, whinge and try to make capital out of this big policing bill, the fact of the matter is, as well they know, that this bill could have been HALVED, had they just stayed away and not tried to prevent the EDL from expressing genuine grievances in a peaceful manner.Before this demo was called, we tried to negotiate with the CPS and Attorney General about the lack of justice for Rhea Page and they brushed our concerns aside.
These people and the left wing Judges who fail to protect white people from racial attacks in the name of “community cohesion” need to realise this. We are part of the community too, and we are still the majority. If you allow vicious racists to attack our people and escape justice, while at the same time demonising us and prosecuting white people for the slightest “racial” comment, then we are going to take to the streets. How much it costs is not our problem. Whether UAF and their ungrateful immigrant pals like it or not, we live in a democracy. Ridiculously, they demand that EDL be billed for demos. If they got that idiotic wish, then student demos, Occupy demos, wage demos etc would all have to be paid for, and freedom to protest would be gone. Thats how thick they are. They chant hatred and demand bans etc without thinking it through, so blinded are they by the anti British poison in their minds.
Next demo is Hyde, Manchester on February 25th where another racial attack has occurred. (See further down blog)
Our forefathers fought for our freedom, and we will fight for it also.