A Muslim protester throws a metal sign at the police in Harrow, North London. Eight people were arrested Friday as riot police intervened to quell clashes between Muslims and police.
British police officers try to control of Muslim protesters that had gathered outside the Harrow Central Mosque
Is there anyone in the British leadership who can man-up and tell Minister Denham what a slave he is and that the British people refuse to be slaves to Islam?
Here's an eyewitness to the violent melee that ensued at what was supposed to be a 911 remembrance SOIE (stop the Islamisation of Europe) demonstration organized by Stephen Gash of SIOE. Gash was forced to cancel it and few, if any, freedom lovers showed. Despite this, the Muslims went jihad and attacked police. I posted on it here -- a few peaceful protesters were attacked by Muslim "youths" and police were attacked with bricks and bottles.
Despite the facts, the leftist ministers intend to crush free men, free will, ............. hope.
Today, Minister John "dhimmi' Denham announced a government drive to address issues alienating working-class people at risk of being "exploited" by the far-right, singling out protests being organised by counter jihad groups.
Denham's propagandist argument is fallacious. Who had the weapons? Who was arrested? Who started the violence? Are non-Muslims supposed to stand there while bricks and stones are being thrown at them? And the EDL is the new bogeyman?
Of this latest development Fjordman writes, "This proves that there is no longer any legal way in which the natives in Britain, or elsewhere in much of Western Europe, can protest against the Islamization of their countries. I don't like everything about JFK, but his quote 'Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable' was rather wise. Clearly, the leaders of the British Labour Party haven't heard this....."
Dr. Bostom of Minister Denham, "this cabinet minister dhimmi maroon is off by 1300 years. What we're seeing is 630 C.E. Ur-Fascism on the streets of London: Islam."
'Parallels' between rightwing groups planning protests in Muslim neighbourhoods and Oswald Mosley's incendiary marches
Profile: the rightwing group stirring up fresh trouble
A cabinet minister last night raised the spectre of a return to 1930s fascism, warning of "parallels" bertween rightwing groups planning protests in Muslim neighbourhoods and Oswald Mosley's incendiary marches through Jewish areas of east London in the 1930s.
He dares to invoke the six million Jews that died. The Nazis aligned with the Muslims and the Islamic world is calling for the elimination of the Jewish state.
Announcing a government drive to address issues alienating white, working-class people at risk of being "exploited" by the far-right, John Denham, the secretary of state for communities and local government, singled out protests being organised by the English Defence League.
The working class is not being "exploited" by the right, they are being betrayed and exploited by men like Denham and the political elite. Who speaks for the working class?
The group, has organised a number of protests in recent months which have turned violent. It is to hold events in Manchester, Leeds, London and Bristol in the coming weeks. Yesterday small groups of EDL supporters gathered for a protest outside a mosque in Harrow, north-west London. They were confronted by at least 1,000 anti-fascist protesters. Police arrested 10 people after clashes, nine of them for allegedly possessing weapons. No injuries were reported.
Turned violent? Muslim youths have attacked peaceful protesters.
"I think the English Defence League and other organisations are not actually large numbers of people," Denham said. "They clearly though have among them people who know exactly what they're doing. If you look at the types of demonstrations they've organised … it looks pretty clear that it's a tactic designed to provoke and get a response, and hopefully create violence."
Provoke a response? Gee, I hope so. Like saving freedom. Rule of law over sharia law.
He pointed to historical "parallels" with Mosley's events. "You could go back to the 1930s if you wanted to – Cable Street and all of those types of things. The tactic of trying to provoke a response in the hope of causing wider violence and mayhem is long established on the far-right and among extremist groups."
The so-called Battle of Cable Street occurred in October 1936, when Mosley, the leader of the British Union of Fascists, attempted to lead his supporters through a Jewish area of the East End of London, leading to violent clashes.