This video from England says about itself:
“She’s not welcome”: Oxford Union Marine Le Pen protest
6 February 2015
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Saturday 7th February 2015
A HOLOCAUST survivor was barred from an Oxford University Students Union debate in which French fascist Marine Le Pen was allowed to exercise her “freedom of speech” on Thursday night.
“I am here because of my history,” she told the crowd.
Ms Levy “was effectively denied the benefit of freedom of speech that was given to Le Pen,” said Unite Against Fascism (UAF) joint secretary Weyman Bennett.
“A number of demonstrators got into the meeting and disrupted it but were evicted by police. They too were denied the benefit of freedom of speech.”
Ms Le Pen was forced to slink into the building through a rear door as around 400 protesters vociferously made their feelings known.
“In Britain, from the days of Cable Street in the 1930s, anti-fascists have had a tradition of No Platform for fascists,” he added.
By Chris Marsden in Britain:
French National Front leader Marine Le Pen addresses Oxford Union
7 February 2015
The Oxford Union (OU) has become the latest major institution to take its place in the international campaign to legitimise the French neo-fascist party, the National Front (FN).
Party leader Marine Le Pen addressed the OU, Oxford University’s independent debating society, Thursday, despite widespread opposition. The aim of the OU in inviting her to England was to lend academic prestige to Le Pen’s claim to have shed the fascistic legacy of her father’s party—what she calls its “de-demonisation.”
Jean Marie Le Pen is still the party’s “honorary chairman.”
See also here.
THE Oxford Union admitted it has been “institutionally racist” after it was confronted by a coalition of the university’s equalities societies and local campaigns on Monday night. The prestigious debating society hit the front pages last week when a picture of posters advertising a “Colonial Comeback” cocktail party at the union went viral online: here.