From British daily The Morning Star:
Supremacist terror attack thwarted by chance
Monday 29 June 2009
A white supremacist arrested by chance at a Suffolk railway station last year turned out to be “on the cusp” of launching a campaign of terrorism, the Old Bailey has heard.
Jurors were told that Neil Lewington had developed a bomb factory in his bedroom at his parents’ home and aimed to target those he considered non-British.
According to the prosecution, he had an “unhealthy interest” in the London nail bomber David Copeland, the United States Unabomber and Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh.
Lewington was arrested at Lowestoft station in Suffolk last year after abusing a female train conductor. He was found to be carrying the component parts of two viable improvised incendiary devices.
Later searches of his home revealed a notebook entitled Waffen SS UK Members’ Handbook, containing drawings of electronics and chemical mixtures.
See also here. And here.
The BNP: here. And here.
British far right launch campaign of violence and intimidation against opponents: here.
USA: I hear the expressions of rage directed towards Washington from the Tea Partiers and I wonder if there are more Oklahoma Cities in our future: here.