How perfectly vile -- and how wonderful that English patriots counter protest these seditionists and supremacists. Pathetic how the media loves these wretched haters. Sick, really.
World War Two veteran's grandson's 'tears of rage' as he watched demonstration during two minutes' silenceMuslim extremists chanted ‘British troops burn in hell’ outside a court today, as two men went on trial for burning poppies on Remembrance Day.
Mohammad Haque, left, and Emdadur Choudhury arriving at Belmarsh Magistrates' Court today
The defendants were allegedly part of a group who shouted slogans that British soldiers were rapists and murderers during a demonstration on November 11 last year.The incident happened during a two-minute silence close to the Royal Albert Hall where the Remembrance Day service is traditionally held.Haque, 30, of Bethnal Green, and Choudhury, 26, of Spitalfields, pleaded not guilty to the charge under the Public Order Act.
Protesters burning a poppy at a Muslims against Remembrance Day protest on November 11 last year. Shortly after the end of the silence the two men lit large pieces of red and black plastic which were designed to resemble poppies, the court heard.
Members of the English Defence League protesting outside Woolwich Crown Court where two men went on trial for burning poppies on Remembrance Day last year
'The right of freedom of speech is very important and the decision to prosecute should not be taken lightly.In this case the actions of these defendants went beyond reasonable protest and the exercise of freedom of speech.
'The prosecution was brought in order to prevent public disorder and to protect the rights of British people to exercise their right to the two-minute silence.'
A grandson of a Second World War soldier said he felt 'sick inside' when witnessing the men's protest, the magistrates heard.
Tony Kibble said tears of anger and rage welled in his eyes as the Muslim group shouted through the two minute's silence.
he said: 'Half way through, I looked up to see what was going on around and I saw a ball of fire fall to the ground. Literally, my stomach turned over.'
He continued: 'I felt sick inside. It is something that means so much to me and to see what I believed to be a wreath of poppies fall to the ground - it is just despicable.'
Video footage of the incident was shown in court today.
In it, a leader of the MAC can be heard to say 'the two minutes have started' before leading a series of anti-British chants.
Around 20 men at the demonstration joined in with shouts of: 'Burn, burn British soldiers, British soldiers burn in Hell.'
The crowd continued: 'British soldiers - murderers, British soldiers - rapists, British soldiers - terrorists.'
Yes, read the whole thing.
UPDATE: Here is the EDL's reportage - go. read it.