My colleagues in the UK, EDL leaders and fellow SION President's Council members, Tommy Robinson and Kev Carroll, held majestic freedom walks across the UK today in remembrance of Lee Rigby and all of the young brave heroes serving in the military. The above photo is of the Leicester march.
The EDL held respectful and silent walks (not marches or rallies) to lay flowers at war memorials nationwide today for the young British father who was beheaded on a public street outside London. The jihad-aligned BBC continues to defame and libel these defenders of freedom. But the people are waking up. The BBC tries to take Tommy down here. And yet they give deference and respect in their interviews with jihadists, who are subsequently arrested for terror-related activities as soon as they finish with the BBC (go here).
....EDL’s silent walk through Luton today to honour murdered soldier Lee Rigby. Flowers were laid at the war memorial outside Luton Town Hall, and EDL deputy leader Kevin Carroll read out a poem he had written about Drummer Rigby.
The event passed off peacefully.
It was one of a number of walks organised by the EDL in towns and cities across the country in the wake of the soldier’s death. (source: Luton Today)
Meanwhile, reports of over 58 arrests nationwide: all leftist and Muslim pro-Sharia anti-troop demonstrators who thought to desecrate the solemn day and defy the Rigby family’s call for no violence. No arrests or trouble whatsoever among the good guys. Entirely peaceful. Families, children. Some Sikhs and even some Muslims were reported as joining, too.
UPDATE: UK Atlas reader Undhimminished exclaims, "There were tens upon tens of thousands of people walking in silence to pay their respects at war memorials up and down the country. Nobody's ever seen anything remotely like it before."