The demonization of the working class enables the so-called ‘anti-fascists’ to get away with their false narrative

I attended the Gays Against Sharia, Unite Against Hate march in Manchester on June 11th. As the crowds assembled, some passers-by watched from a pedestrian bridge overhead, and I strolled among them to listen. The usual shouts of ‘Nazi scum’, and ‘racist scum’ rang out, which those who protest against Islam have come to expect, elaborated with helpful hints such as ‘Your daughter’s going to marry a black man’. Then a young couple shook their heads at each other and said, ‘Look at them. Just exactly what you’d expect the EDL to look like. White trash.’

And there, in a nutshell, you have it.

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  • Alain

    Those passers-by are the fruit of the rot that has infected the West, and they are the ones who keep voting for treasonous politicians and political parties. They are either too indoctrinated or too stupid to understand that those same treasonous politicians and political parties destroying the country will also destroy them in the long run. I never thought I would live to see the time when those defending the freedom gained through a long history of the blood and death of brave men would be dehumanised and even called “racist”.

  • canminuteman

    ‘If there is hope,’ wrote Winston, ‘it lies in the proles.’ If there was hope, it MUST lie in the proles, because only there in those swarming disregarded masses, 85 per cent of the population of Oceania, could the force to destroy the Party ever be generated. The Party could not be overthrown from within.”*

    *Winston Smith, 1984