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Saturday, June 01, 2013

Continuing attempts to build up racial tension in preparation for martial law

Far-right groups plan day of demonstrations across England

Anti-racism campaigners warn of 'day of hate' on Saturday as English Defence League and BNP prepare for marches

Far-right groups are planning their biggest mobilisation for 30 years this weekend with more than 50 demonstrations planned in towns and cities across England.

Anti-racism campaigners have branded Saturday a "day of hate" after identifying 55 English Defence League (EDL) events as well a BNPmarch in London.
The events are seen as the latest attempt by UK far-right groups to exploit the murder of the British soldier Lee Rigby, who was stabbed to death in Woolwich, south-east London, last week.

"Towns and cities across England are going to have EDL events – many of them for the first time – and this is about the EDL taking their message of hate and division to communities across the country to try to stoke tensions and provoke a response," said Nick Lowles from Hope not Hate.

"It is going to be a very tense weekend and it represents the biggest far-right mobilisation we have seen in this country for 30 years."


TAP -  The aim of governments in the US and UK is go bring about martial law, after which populations can be directly controlled.  The build-up programme to justify the aim is the stirring up of racial tensions to the point that the state can grab control over everyone.

http://the-tap.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/the-fourth-reich-battles-zionists.html

http://the-tap.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/fulfords-weekly-summary.html

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Useful idiots. And all paid up friends of shh... you know who ;-)

The old NF would turn in their graves with this shower of single issue racists. Maybe they should concentrate on who is behind the deliberate importation of foreign cultures and for what end result.

Anonymous said...

How do you control 60+m people.

What level of army do you need to keep them at bay without resistance?

Tapestry said...

Fear.