English police taser own anti-racism adviser


This video from England says about itself:

Bungling officers taser their own black Race Relations Advisor in the face

20 January 2017

A stunned passerby filmed the officers confronting 63-year-old Judah Adunbi – who works to smooth relations between police and the black community – and ask for his name. But when the indignant grandfather refuses and tries to enter his home officers shout “Taser” and shoot the electric gun at his face. Mr Adunbi, one of the founders of the Independent Advisory Group set up by the police with the BME community in Bristol, then falls to the ground. Embarrassed police chiefs have admitted the local community in Easton, Bristol – and the BME community as a whole – would “have concerns” about the incident.

By Lamiat Sabin in Britain:

Police Taser Own Racism Adviser

Saturday 21st January 2017

Officers fire at 63-year-old founder of group improving community relations after mistaking him for wanted suspect

A BLACK race relations adviser for the police has been Tasered by officers outside his own home in a shambolic case of mistaken identity.

Judah Adunbi was electrocuted with the stun gun by officers who mistook him for a wanted man in Easton, in Bristol, last Saturday. An investigation has been launched into the incident.

A video appears to show Mr Adunbi, 63, refusing to give police his name outside his house, a policeman trying to restrain him before a policewoman quickly discharges the Taser.

Mr Adunbi is a well-known member of Bristol’s Afro-Caribbean community and former member of the Independent Advisory Group to Avon and Somerset Police. It advises on policing issues that cause concern with local people.

The footage shows him with his dog, saying to the officers: “I’m not telling you my name. I’ve done no wrong.”

The police then follow him to his gate and fire the Taser, despite an onlooking neighbour shouting at them that Mr Adunbi was simply trying to go home.

Mr Adunbi said: “At first you don’t accuse someone of being someone else. You ask questions.”

He told ITV news he was “humiliated” by the incident in which he thought he would lose his life.

He said: “I felt that was it. Because of the way I fell back. The way I fell backward on the back of my head. I was just paralysed. I thought that was it. I thought they were taking my life.”

Chief Superintendent Jon Reilly, of Avon and Somerset Police, said: “After reviewing what happened, we voluntarily referred a complaint about this incident to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

“Although we don’t have to refer an incident in which a Taser has been discharged to the IPCC, we want to be as open and transparent as possible.

“I’ve met with Mr Adunbi and we had a constructive conversation.

“We’re aware of concerns within the local community and we take these concerns very seriously. We would like to answer their questions, but we need to be mindful that an investigation is ongoing which makes that difficult.

“However, I would like to reassure them that the incident was captured on the officers’ body-worn video cameras.”

After the incident, recorded by a neighbour, Mr Adunbi was arrested and charged with a public order offence and assaulting a police officer. The charges against him were later dropped.

An IPCC spokesman said: “We are independently investigating a complaint about an incident in Easton on January 14 where a man was Tasered.

“The IPCC investigation follows a referral from Avon and Somerset Police and is in its early stages.”

Anti-Trump and Wilders demonstration, Amsterdam


This is a video about the demonstration against Donald Trump and his Dutch fan Geert Wilders in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on 20 December 2017.

This video is an interview with Ms Anne Fleur Dekker, organiser of the 20 December Amsterdam demonstration. A report on that demonstration is here. A text of a speech at that demonstration is here.

Today, at 12 at noon at the Museumplein in Amsterdam, there will be one of the many women’s marches against Trump all over the world.

‘Alt-right’ neonazis parody song


This 20 January 2017 parody music video from Britain is called Alt-Free – “Alt-Right Now”.

It is a parody of the 1970 English rock song ‘All Right Now‘ by Free.

It is about the ‘alt-right’ neonazis; one of whom is the ‘I’ in the lyrics.

The lyrics are:

There she stood in the street
Blue hair from her head to her feet
I said, “Hey, SJW
Doesn’t cultural Marxism trouble you?”
She said, “Hey!” and she cried,
“What you mean is white genocide
I said, “Shut up, libtard
‘Cause I’m red-pilled and fucking hard

Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now
Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now

I explained it was Jews
All behind the globalist ruse
She just virtue signalled
Like some faggy normie cuckold
I said, “Can you not see
I’ve no time for feminazis
She said, “Diversity is our strength”
So I dropped my trousers
And I showed her my length

Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now
Alt-right now, baby, it’s a-alright now

The alt-right’s DeploraBall was met with massive protests: here.

Martin Luther King speech newly discovered


This video from the USA says about itself:

17 January 2017

In a Democracy Now! and Pacifica Radio Archives exclusive, we air a newly discovered recording of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. On December 7, 1964, days before he received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, King gave a major address in London on segregation, the fight for civil rights and his support for Nelson Mandela and the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa. The speech was recorded by Saul Bernstein, who was working as the European correspondent for Pacifica Radio. Bernstein’s recording was recently discovered by Brian DeShazor, director of the Pacifica Radio Archives.

This video is the sequel.

Greek nazis’ anti-refugees violence


This video says about itself:

8 July 2013

Thug Politics – Greece: The rise of the Golden Dawn political party, they claim they are saving modern Greece, but are they preaching a neo-nazi ideology?

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Greece: Fascist attack on school preparing for refugees

Thursday 19th January 2017

GREEK trade unions have condemned Tuesday’s attack by Golden Dawn fascists on a primary school meeting to prepare for the reception of 27 refugee children.

The thugs stormed the Iconio primary school in the Perama district of the port city of Piraeus, outside Athens.

Communist trade union front Pame said they were led by a Golden Dawn MP accused of involvement in the murder of anti-fascist campaigner Pavlos Fyssas.

“The Piraeus workers and the whole country have accepted the refugee children in schools alongside their own children,” a statement on behalf of nine Pame affiliates in the city read.

“The vast majority of people understand that the refugees are forced to leave their countries,” it said.

“We urge every parent to isolate the neonazi criminals.

“We call on the workers of the Piraeus region to welcome the refugee children like our own, and to strengthen our struggle against war.”