Unite The Right? Yeah, Right!

In the long struggle against fascism it is fair to say that fascism’s worst enemy is itself. When they are not busy slagging each other off or, even worse, physically attacking each other, there is nothing they like more than storming off in a wee tizzy to form their own groupuscule to be fuhrer of. Here are some of the more recent half-arsed attempts to ‘Unite The Right’ by using the tactic of forming splinter factions.

ASF – Aryan Strike Force

B+H – Blood and Honour

BF – Britain First

BFP – British Freedom Party

BM – British Movement

BNP – British National Party

BPA – British Patriot Alliance

BPP – British Peoples Party

C18 – Combat 18

CxF – Combined ex Forces

CxS – Combined ex Services

DNP – Democratic Nationalists Party

EDL – English Defence League

EDP – English Democratic Party

EF – England First

ENA – English Nationalist Alliance

EPP – English People’s Party

EVF – English Volunteer Force

FD – Freedom Democrats

N9S – November 9th Society

NAP -National Action Party

NC – National Culturists

NEI – North East Infidels

NF – National Front

NPA – New Patriot Alliance

NPF – Northern Patriotic Front

NWA – Nationalist Welfare Association

NWI – North West Infidels

RVF – Racial Volunteer Force

REDL – Real English Defence League

SDL – Scottish Defence League

If you know of any more, or if those above are still functioning, let us know! With thanks to our friends on Anti-Fascists Online!

http://www.anti-fascists-online.com/

Of course, when they are not falling out with each other, many of them are falling afoul of the law. Here is a list of the criminal activity within the EDL

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oCFu4MXoeKFDJBVMfPegvQqiDL91Q8jg_ZOyhe7VgV4/edit?pli=1

With thanks to our friends at Exposing racism and intolerance online

See you next week at Walthamstow: The Swansong!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWQ4HoeAEB0

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