Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Take the skinheads bowling

Charles of LGF:

Pamela “Shrieking Harpy” Geller thinks Newsweek is out to get her, of course, and she doubles down on her support for the far right thugs of the English Defense League — and announces that she’s bringing them to the US to participate in her anti-Muslim protest on September 11.
Thought you might like to see this piece Mark Hosenball did on the EDL. Clearly the left is attempting to split the counter jihad movement. They want me to distance myself from brave souls fighting Islamic supremacism. N-O-T   G-O-I-N-G   T-O  H-A-P-P-E-N.
If I lived in England, I would surely be active in the EDL Jewish division. Members of the EDL will be attending our rally to stop the Ground Zero Islamic supremacist mosque on September 11th (be there).
People I know in Britain have told me that over there, there’s absolutely no doubt that the EDL is a violent, hardcore group of extremists and racists, with neo-Nazi and BNP roots. Geller is relying on Americans’ lack of knowledge about British politics to try to portray the EDL as peace-loving patriots, when the truth is exactly the opposite.

Here’s a documentary produced by the Guardian showing the actual people who belong to the EDL, doing what they actually do. The video, shot last May, includes undercover footage of the EDL goons planning to “hit” Bradford — which they just did.
The documentary in question:

Like it or not, we're judged at least in part by the company we keep. You roll with known hate groups, and let's just say that raises some red flags. I mentioned pogroms the other day for a reason: it is precisely hatemongers like Geller and these organizations such as the EDL who foster an environment in which pogroms become a distinct risk. Watching the videos should make all too clear to anyone with the capacity to critically think that these EDL goons are spoiling for just such an opportunity. If you've followed me for a while, you'll know that although I have some very strong beliefs, strongest of those is a general disrespect for extremism and extremists of all stripes. You're also aware that I'll gladly put aside my ideological differences to stand with those who oppose extremist hate. Simply stated, history is littered with the consequences of allowing extremism to go relatively unopposed. Hence, the time has come for those of us with clear heads and clear consciences to say, enough is enough - as loudly and as forcefully as necessary.

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