Video hat tip British Freedom TV
First of all, we were "outnumbered" because we had to conduct our rally surrounded by police vans and police in riot gear -- not because we were violent, but because of the bloodthirsty leftist hoodlums who were screaming their bloodlust and doing everything they could to break through the police lines and do physical harm to the freedom fighters present. Many people told us they were afraid to come, or they'd get fired if they came. Some told us afterward that they wanted to come but couldn't get through the leftist hooligans and the police. So then Reuters reports this as our rally being "outnumbered" -- as if there was simply no interest. Yet when we had tens of thousands at Ground Zero to stand for freedom against the Islamic supremacist mega-mosque, they ignored it or severely underreported the attendance. Anything to defame our freedom movement.
Sweden "counter-jihad" rally outnumbered by anti-racists by Anna Ringstrom for Reuters, August 4
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Stockholm rally by European and U.S. far-right groups seeking to create a global "counter-jihad" movement attracted fewer than 200 people on Saturday who were outnumbered by anti-racist protesters.
Once again the media engages in its favorite overwhelming lie. If it meant destroying the movement or destroying our reputations, they'd sell their children. They may not know it, but when they say "far-right," they're right: we are right -- we are correct. But that's the only way in which it is applicable.
And "anti-racist"? How? Who? We're fighting for every race, creed and color. We're fighting against a racist, discriminatory ideology. Even Orwell would weep at the prospect of fascist goons being called "anti-racist protesters." The deception is staggering in its inversion of morality and reality.
Police said the rival demonstration was kept apart from the far-right rally and drew a few hundred people, a small number of whom were detained.
There was a small bomb that was discovered. A policeman was severely injured and might lose an eye. Ten violent fascist thugs were arrested. Our "far-right" rally, by contrast, was peaceful and featured speaker after speaking calling for the freedom of speech and equal justice for all. That's what's "far-right" these days.
The far-right rally was organised by groups including the English Defence League (EDL) which has been a driving force behind a handful of similar events, most recently a Danish rally in March.
The EDL gained international attention through anti-Islamic fanatic Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in Norway a year ago and who referred to it admiringly in a manifesto on the Internet. The group has denied links to Breivik.
Once again, the blood libel is used when Breivik said he was inspired by Hamas and al-Qaeda and said he was driven to commit his horrifying crimes by the likes of Anna Ringstrom (when he blamed journalists who refused to report accurately on terrorism), but all of that is irrelevant. These quisling tools must promote this big fat lie. Does Anna Ringstrom ever question the motive behind the close to 20,000 deadly Islamic attacks since 9/11? Does she ever say what they were inspired by? Ever? She best represents the media SS.
Support has grown in European countries for populist, nationalist and anti-immigration movements and in Sweden the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats won seats in parliament for the first time in 2010.
However, previous attempts by European far-right groups to join forces have foundered amid splits and feuding over ideology and leadership.
Nottingham University's Matthew Goodwin, an expert on British far-right militant groups, said the Stockholm meeting was of strategic importance despite the modest turnout.
"Militant groups": just throw another lie out there, while you're at it. Meanwhile, all the people who were arrested were on the other side -- but it's freedom fighters who are "militant."
I urge people to listen to the speeches and see how you're being deceived so egregiously by the likes of Anna Ringstrom.
"The attending are quite significant figures within the anti-jihad movement. It signifies the strengthening links between counter-jihad groups and anti-Muslim groups within Europe and the United States," he said.
It is, once again, not "anti-Muslim" to stand for the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and the equality of rights of all people before the law. It is not "anti-Muslim," it is pro-human and pro-freedom. Anna Ringstrom and other mainstream media brownshirts use this to further their cause of demonizing us and portraying us as hoping to bring about the victimization of innocent people. I wouldn't be surprised if Anna Ringstrom was one of the goons giving us the finger and throwing firebombs at the police -- because she is certainly doing it here.
EDL leader Stephen Lennon, who also calls himself Tommy Robinson and who founded the group three years ago, said the meeting was about sharing resources and coordinating strategies.
"It's about sharing ideology, sharing resources, work together in any way we can over the next 12 months in order to highlight the truth, the truth about Islam," he told Reuters on the sidelines of the Stockholm rally.
Pamela Geller, a leader of groups Stop Islamization of Nations and Stop Islamization of America, said the movement was planning to hold a conference in New York on September 11.
"It's very important that it goes global because what we are fighting is a global ideology," she said.