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Britain First, once the great white hype of the UK Islamaphobia Industry died an ignoble death today. And to think that just a few years ago they were being lauded as the most dangerous far right group in the UK. And they were dangerous, their ability to manipulate Social media was second to none, their propaganda machine had a reach of millions, at one time they seemed a credible force after the slow demise of the BNP and EDL. But no more.
When a group, even on the back of the latest London terror attack try to march on the propaganda coup it gifthorsed them, and only attract around 150 people, you know that the party is over.
You can even see the desperation as they frantically cram as many flags into people’s hands that they can possibly hold.
Most fitting was that they were given a glimpse into their future by holding the march jointly with the remnants of the once mighty EDL. The same EDL that a few years ago managed to attract 3000 people to a demo in London. Today they could barely muster 30.
EDL lurch in support of Britain First.
Even Tommeh Waxy-Lemon seemed ashamed to be associated with them. And that on the back of his failure to kickstart Pegida UK. His new BFF, the Trust Fund kid behind another failing far right media group must be wondering how he backed another loser.
It cannot be ignored that for years Goldy and Waxy have derided each other on social media, one decrying the other as a thug and criminal, the other as rip off ‘Zionist’ shopkeepers. The very fact they thought that together they could put aside their differences to attract hundreds to a demo highlights just how desperate they both are to retain some relevance. And they both failed, spectacularly.
The old guard of the far right are being eclipsed. Dowson and Griffin have run away to Hungary, desperately trying to exploit the discredited ‘Templar’ imagery to scam funds from gullible Americans. The National Front, the BNP, the EDL are just twitching corpses, deluding themselves that they still have a significance.
Britain First are well set down the same path to obscurity. They will continue to bleat away on Facebook not realising that they have ruined their own lives as they milk what little money they can from their dwindling followers. Not that they will disappear entirely, we will still see them for years to come, aging badly, screaming their inanities at an audience that has long since moved on.
But we cannot become complacent, replacements are standing in the wings, ready and waiting. Liberty GB are backed by money, but so far are struggling to gain support (it does not help that one of their main guys was convicted of race hate crimes). Ukip are bankrupt, led by incompetents and losing support in droves.
Which brings us to who, we believe, is the next far right threat. Arron Banks and his Ukip 2.0, the Patriotic Alliance. Britain First may have been groundbreaking in their social media manipulation, but Banks’s LeaveUK has taken this to a whole new level. The Patriotic Alliance will be connected, it will have the backing of fake news supremo’s Breitbart UK via Raheem Kassam. It already has the formidable social media machinery of LeaveUK. It is connected to Mercer, the American billionaire Hedge Fund owner believed to have used his business Cambridge Analytics to manipulate the Brexit result. And through Mercer it is also connected to Alt-Right, White Supremacist Bannon, Trumps Chief Strategist.
Just what shape the patriotic Alliance will take is yet to be seen. It will be anti-immigrant. It will be Islamaphobic. It will be fascism in a suit and tie. Britain is about to go through its most traumatic time since WW2. Brexit is already making people poorer and if/when it fails…well, these are fertile grounds for fascism to take root.
Oh and the Trust Fund bellend…
On the 22/03/2017 London suffered its first, mass casualty, terror attack in 12 years. Like the majority of the world, we all sat, watching in horror as the events unfolded, worried for the victims, and grieved when the casualty figures came in.
For some though, the events were not tragic, they were an opportunity to further their own extremist agenda.
These are just some of the responses from the far right:
Britain First, within a few hours they had posted a Facebook event, a March Against Terrorism. No words of condolence for the victims, or their families, they just saw an opportunity to cause more problems in a city that will still be reeling from yesterdays events. More policing needed, at a time when the resources will be stretched already
And leader Paul Golding, quickly produced a propaganda video where he blamed everyone for the attacks, except himself and his groups culpability in creating a toxic atmosphere of ‘them and us’, an atmosphere that does more to recruit for Da’esh than Da’esh could ever manage.
We have intentionally not linked to the video, as Britain First have monetized their YouTube account.
Golding must have been devastated when he found out that Abu Izzadeen had been wrongly named and was still in prison.
Tommeh Robinson with his new BFF and videographer could not resist making it all about himself, and how he alone has been correct all these years.
He then just descended into rants, retweets and self promotion, yet, never once showed any empathy for the victims or their families.
LibertyGB just saw an opportunity to attack the London Mayor:
He then used the event to appear on Fox News, promoting Trump’s travel ban:
And NO MENTION WHATSOEVER OF THE VICTIMS
The BNP, reproduced a picture doing the far right rounds of an obviously terrified woman in a hijab, walking past an horrific scene.
And yet somehow forgot to post a picture of a white guy doing exactly the same
More on this can be found here.
The EDL just had to join in of course.
Katy Hopkins was another who saw an opportunity to attack the London Mayor.
And another that used Fox News to further their agenda.
Sadly, we could go on and on here…David Duke posting pictures of the victims with their faces clearly visible, before the police had any chance to inform their relatives. Trump Jnr criticising the London Mayor (a recurring theme throughout social media).
The one thing they all have in common is a blatant disrespect for the victims and their families. To these people, and the random commentators on Facebook etc. the London attack was not a terrible tragedy, it was an opportunity. An opportunity to spread more division, more hate – to further their own extremist agendas. And of course, in many cases, to further line their own pockets
Thankfully, the community that has come under the most attack after the events reacted differently.
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A quick addition.
Arron Banks, the man who wants to build Ukip 2.0 (but remember, Brexit was never about racism…).
Everyone’s favorite comedy fascists tried, once again, to prove that they are not racist by attempting to counter protest the annual March Against Racism protest.
Around 20 Britain First members, marched through Picadilly to stand at what they believe to be their usual ground, the Statue of Eros. This time though, they found that some Antifa scamps had already occupied the spot.
Members of HS161 and other Antifa groups hold the Statue of Eros against Britain First
Britain First were forced to retreat to a side street where they were kettled by the police for the duration of the demo.
As you can imagine the knuckle draggers were not best pleased at having their plans destroyed. Part Man Part Potato Golding struggled to maintain order, and the pie scarfing lard bucket Steve Lewis was caught on camera assaulting a protestor.
And Golding proved that, deny it as much as he wants, he really is just a racist prick in a cheap suit.
All said, it was a complete disaster for Britain First, and a victory for Antifa.
Who nicked all your flags?
Once again, we salute you!
The Arabic word “jihad” is often translated as “holy war,” but in a purely linguistic sense, the word ” jihad” means struggling or striving.
The arabic word for war is: “al-harb”.
In a religious sense, as described by the Quran and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (s), “jihad” has many meanings. It can refer to internal as well as external efforts to be a good Muslims or believer, as well as working to inform people about the faith of Islam.
If military jihad is required to protect the faith against others, it can be performed using anything from legal, diplomatic and economic to political means. If there is no peaceful alternative, Islam also allows the use of force, but there are strict rules of engagement. Innocents – such as women, children, or invalids – must never be harmed, and any peaceful overtures from the enemy must be accepted.
Military action is therefore only one means of jihad, and is very rare. To highlight this point, the Prophet Mohammed told his followers returning from a military campaign: “This day we have returned from the minor jihad to the major jihad,” which he said meant returning from armed battle to the peaceful battle for self-control and betterment.
In case military action appears necessary, not everyone can declare jihad. The religious military campaign has to be declared by a proper authority, advised by scholars, who say the religion and people are under threat and violence is imperative to defend them. The concept of “just war” is very important.
The concept of jihad has been hijacked by many political and religious groups over the ages in a bid to justify various forms of violence. In most cases, Islamic splinter groups invoked jihad to fight against the established Islamic order. Scholars say this misuse of jihad contradicts Islam.
Examples of sanctioned military jihad include the Muslims’ defensive battles against the Crusaders in medieval times, and before that some responses by Muslims against Byzantine and Persian attacks during the period of the early Islamic conquests.
WHAT JIHAD IS NOT:
Jihad is not a violent concept.
Jihad is not a declaration of war against other religions. It is worth noting that the Quran specifically refers to Jews and Christians as “people of the book” who should be protected and respected. All three faiths worship the same God. Allah is just the Arabic word for God, and is used by Christian Arabs as well as Muslims.
Military action in the name of Islam has not been common in the history of Islam. Scholars says most calls for violent jihad are not sanctioned by Islam.
Warfare in the name of God is not unique to Islam. Other faiths throughout the world have waged wars with religious justifications.
America First, So and So Second videos…probably the only good thing to come out of the election of Trump so far.
So here’s a compilation of (most) of the videos.
America First – Spain Second.
America First – Netherlands Second.
America First – Denmark Second:
America First – Germany Second:
America First – Switzerland Second:
America First – Australia Second
America First – Turkey Second:
America First – United Kingdom Second:
America First – India Second
America First – Japan Second:
America First – Mordor Second (our favorite)
America First – France Second:
America First – Iran Second:
We could go on, and will probably add more later. Unless we forget and wonder off, we do that a lot.
“Fake News”…the social media phenomenon of 2017. But what exactly is classed as fake news? How do you spot it? And should we be worried about it?
Fake news websites (also known as hoax news) deliberately publish hoaxes, propaganda, and disinformation purporting to be real news – often using social media pages and accounts to drive web traffic and amplify their effect. The vast majority of these websites are monetized by ads, usually Adsense and other methods (usually by using an accompanying video which is itself monetized on Youtube)
It is important to distinguish between actual fake news sites and news satire sites,such as the Rochdale Herald, Newsthump etc.
News satire sites, whilst walking a thin line between comedy and fake news, are the polar opposite of a fake news website.
Fake news websites seek to mislead, rather than entertain, readers for financial (not to say that satire sites are not monetized as well), political, or other gain. Such is the perceived threat from these sites that world leaders have felt the need to pronounce about them.
“German Chancellor Angela Merkel warned Wednesday against the power of fake news on social media to spur the rise of populists, after launching her campaign for a fourth term.”
Read More Here:
In the UK Labour MP Michael Dugher was assigned by the Labour Party Deputy Leader Thomas Watson in November 2016 to investigate the impact of fake news spread through social media. Watson said they would work with Twitter and Facebook to root out clear-cut circumstances of “downright lies”. in an article for the Independent Watson suggested methods to respond to fake news. Conservative MP, and Minister for Culture Matthew Hancock, stated the British government would investigate the impact of fake news and its pervasiveness on social media websites.
Pressure from the UK, the EU, the USA and other Governments has led to social media giants, Google, Twitter and Facebook promising to tackle fake news on its platforms. Google first updated its policy saying that the company will try to ban sites that “misrepresent, misstate (sic), or conceal information.” Websites who don’t comply with this rule will get banned from using Google AdSense. Facebook, has also updated its policy to rule out fake news sites from using Facebook Audience Network. More:
German politicians want to go a step further than this, Thomas Oppermann, who leads the SPD in Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, Speaking with “Der Spiegel” magazine, Oppermann said that harsh punitive measures were necessary in order to make social networks
A simple enough post. Man spots buses lined up and jumps to the conclusion that it was Hilary supporters being ferried in to demonstrate against Trump during the election. The post was by a certain Eric Tucker, and this seemingly innocent mistake fuelled a worldwide conspiracy theory — one that Trump gleefully joined in promoting.
Just had a very open and successful presidential election. Now professional protesters, incited by the media, are protesting. Very unfair!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 11, 2016
Even during the 2015 conservative (read Nazi) forum in Russia, Dowson stated:
“We have the ability to take a video from today and put it in half of every single household in the United States of America, where these people can for the first time learn the truth, because their own media tell lies, they tell lies about Russia,” Mr. Dowson said then.
“We have to use popular culture to reach into the living rooms of the youth of America, of Britain, France, Germany, and bring them in,” he said. “Then we can get them the message.” Video
Dowson and his Knights Templar use of fake even prompted an investigation by Channel 4 News for its Fake News Week series 10/02/2017.
Obviously, it is impossible to tell just how much fake news influenced the US election and helped to put the Tangerine Toddler into the most powerful office in the world. But it is potential links to fake news sites and Putin that are the most concerning.
Some analysts see the hallmarks of Russian interests and far-right agitators in Europe and the United States. Alina Polyakova, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, a nonpartisan international affairs institute in Washington believes that fake news.
“Messages seep into the mainstream, they may have been extreme or fringe at one point in time, but they have been incredibly influential in shaping people’s views about key geopolitical events in a very specific direction.”
“Moscow specifically encourages and facilitates the spreading of propaganda through proxies”
Even the term Fake News has begun to be abused. Comment after comment on social media news articles from MSM sites states “FAKE NEWS!!!!”; in todays Post Truth world it seems that fake news is believed by many people to be anything they disagree with.
The President of the United States is at it:
That was a fake Tweet Mr President….
Should we be worried about fake news? It is too soon to tell really. What is worrying is the the ability of people with sinister motives, backed by money (and possibly by foreign powers) being able to shape the public conscience.
And never forget…
The Tangerine Toddler just had to up the ante on Twitter with his latest bizarre tweet.
Minutes later ‘Easy D’ was trending on Twitter…
…and Google searches…
Obviously, the Twitterverse just could not stop itself, so here’s the best so far…
easy d pic.twitter.com/BX2nzpRnaF
— Trump Draws (@TrumpDraws) February 8, 2017
Easy D – Straight Outta Competence
— Tristan the Blerd (@versbrown) February 8, 2017
SNL writers when they saw that Easy D tweet pic.twitter.com/U96Q2JoYO3
— Philip Lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) February 8, 2017
Well, "Easy D" is not a phrase I ever wanted to read from gross orange carrot man
— Deimosion (@Deimosion) February 8, 2017
Ok "Easy D" time for today's post pic.twitter.com/nuze0t4cCZ
— Michelle (@IrishRose_14) February 8, 2017
"Easy D" Putin's pet name for the Donald
— Tia Fez (@Floor_model) February 8, 2017
Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning for Easy D.
— Tyler Coates (@tylercoates) February 8, 2017
According to the Urban Dictionary…
SPICER: I can't do it. There's no way to make "easy D" sound presidential.
KELLYANNE CONWAY: *smoking two cigarettes at once* Hold my beer.
— Carlos Maza (@gaywonk) February 8, 2017
Our own poor effort…
Once again Twitteratti, we salute you!
I see the “Dat Kadbrees as takun da wurd Eestur offa da frunt ov der egggz, itsan owtraje coz ov bluudy imimimimimigruntz!” story has started early this year…. don’t know whether that story or easter eggs will pop up first; the seasonal outrage seems to pop up earlier and earlier every year, normally by people who were outraged about “Christmas is going to be banned” stuff a couple of weeks ago. Rarely seem to find them near a church though. Anyway; same as last year, and the year before, and all the way back, the word “Easter” isn’t on the front, never has been, this is a pic from some Easter Eggs in the 70s, for example. It doesn’t need the word Easter on the front, in the same way as a brick doesn’t need to be labelled with the word “brick”, Easter eggs are quite clearly Easter eggs without the label, and if you can’t fathom it out, I’m sure reading isn’t going to help you. Also, its called branding; it’s obviously an Easter egg, so they can get on with putting more branding on the front. The word Easter will appear on the packaging somewhere, but it’s not hidden to not offend people (especially as the most easily offended people are the ones offended by cretinous things like Easter Eggs not having Easter on them in giant letters), it’s just not that necessary for non-morons. Also, if you are offended due to some mock-religious bullshit; point out to me in the Bible where the chocolate eggs show up.. were they the pudding at the Last Supper? Did a hoppy bunny lay one in a mystical moment during the Passion? Nope. If you are really offended by the watering down of an imported religion, maybe you should get annoyed by the adoption of pagan fertility imagery in it, and the rather crass commercialisation of a sacred festival. Or maybe you should be annoyed by Cadbury’s not paying tax? Or maybe, just maybe, you are a knee jerk imbecile, looking to be offended by absolutely everything and using religion as your excuse to be a xenophobic bigot? The Easter Egg doesn’t need the word “Easter” on the front of them, as they are obviously Easter Eggs, just as you don’t need the word “bigotted twat” labelled on the front of you, basically.
Incidentally, tax-dodging Cadbury’s also offer a whole range of things with the word “Easter” written all over the front of them too.
Now I want chocolate.
Note: The word Easter is on the top of one of those…. clearly Isis travelled back in time and made packaging designers move it…
You know how it is, a bit of time on your hands, and you decide to troll one of the largest UKIP supporters groups on Facebook. Peter Capaldi leaving Doctor Who was one of the biggest stories of the week. Who would be the new Doctor? We decided this lovely lady.
And then we decided to drop it into a Ukip supporters group…
Let the fun begin…
Fair enough, pretty calm so far…
God knows what would have happened to the Kippers then.
Seriously though, what is wrong with these people? Doctor Who is a show that celebrates multiculturalism. It is about not giving in to anger, hate or bigotry. It is about the British tradition of tolerance and acceptance.
Guess they missed that.