Far-right groups plan day of demonstrations across England
Anti-racism campaigners warn of 'day of hate'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 English Defence League (EDL) events as well a BNPmarch in London.a "day of hate" after identifying 55
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.