Anti-nazi demonstration in Scotland


This video from Scotland says about itself:

25 March 2017

Hundreds of people turned out to protest a “White Pride” demonstration staged by the far-right National Front group in Edinburgh, Saturday.

The counter protesters carried banners with slogans like “Scotland says nae to Nazis” and chanted “Nazi Scum” as they marched through central Edinburgh.

Unite Against Fascism (UAF) who organised the counter protest said “We won’t stand for their racism, their Islamophobia, their scapegoating of migrants and refugees.”

The White Pride demonstration was scheduled to coincide with the Sikh religious festival of Nagar Kirtan in city which involves a procession and traditional display of martial arts and music.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Edinburgh anti-fascists drown out neonazi noise

Monday 27th March 2017

OVER 400 anti-fascists faced down a pathetic motley crew of 29 neonazi thugs in Edinburgh on Saturday.

The Scottish Defence League and the National Front staged a “white pride” march in the city.

Many wore balaclavas or masks to hide their identity. They were able to march only with heavy police protection.

The 400 counter-protesters carried placards stating: “Nae Nazis, Refugees Welcome here,” and the simple message to the racists: “F… Off,” while chanting: “Master race — ha ha ha!”

Unite Against Fascism organised the counter-demonstration, which was fenced off from the white pride marchers by metal barriers. There were sieg heil salutes from the pitifully small band of right-wing extremists.

UAF Scotland’s Margaret Woods said: “We are delighted at today’s brilliant turnout for the UAF demonstration against the nazi National Front.

“There is no place in our society for fascists and we will always oppose any attempts they make to assemble or march.”

Scotland against National Front nazis


This 2014 reggae music video is called Al Campbell – National Front. It is a song against the British nazi party of that name.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Scotland: Anti-racists to protest against neonazi march

Saturday 25th March 2017

ANTI-RACIST campaigners will gather in Edinburgh today to protest against a march called by the National Front during a Sikh festival taking place in the city.

Unite Against Fascism (UAF) Scotland warned that the “tiny and vicious group of fascists” in seeking to capitalise on the horrific attacks in Westminster this week to promote their hatred and division.

UAF Scotland spokeswoman Margaret Woods said that the far-right had been stopped by mass movements in the past and that “the fascists are small in the UK as anti-fascists have been on guard.”

Scotland has a proud history of organising against the far-right, and only recently campaigners ensured that a neonazi Blood and Honour gig due to take place in Edinburgh was cancelled.

Ms Woods said: “UAF Scotland stands with all who oppose fascism and their engine of racism,” and called for mass mobilisation against the fascists.

SNP MP Tommy Sheppard, who will be speaking at the event said the fascists “can fuck off,” and said it was vital to “confront racist ideology wherever it raises its head.”

Neonazi threat in Britain


This 2009 video from Britain is called EDL BNP COMBAT 18 MarchForEngland SIOE: Fascist groups EXPOSED.

By Felicity Collier in Britain:

Hope Not Hate warns of growing neonazi threat

Tuesday 14th February 2017

VIOLENCE from British neonazi groups is an increasing threat, campaign group Hope Not Hate warned yesterday.

A new generation of far-right activists as part of the white nationalist “alt-right” scene are exploiting websites such as YouTube and Facebook to spread their hate, the anti-fascist group said.

The State of the Nation report said that as the “alt-right” groups are on the political margins, they posed an increasing threat of violence and cruelty to the public.

It also said that the flames of fascism had been fanned by international events, including the election of Donald Trump, growing racist parties in western Europe and authoritarian states in central and eastern Europe.

The resurgence of the far-right terrorist group Combat 18 in Britain and across Europe was a concern, as last year the group expanded in Hungary, and in Sweden, where it has been inactive for many years. Last year, in Switzerland, a nazi concert was attended by 6,000 people, the largest of its kind.

Hope Not Hate chief executive Nick Lowles said: “We are living in very dangerous and uncertain times.

“The British far right remains a small player in this wider picture, but in its many garbs it still poses a growing threat, with the potential for violence and even, possibly, terrorism.”

A Hope Not Hate poll carried out, in conjunction with YouGov, revealed that half of Britons surveyed said that they thought Islam posed a threat to the West.

But 69 per cent of those polled said they thought it is wrong to blame a whole religion for the actions of a minority of extremists.

‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump’ in Texas, USA


Heil Hitler, Heil Trump in the USA. A group of seniors at Cypress Ranch High School in Houston, Texas, were seen giving the Nazi salute as they had a class photo taken.

From the very conservative Daily Mail in Britain:

Texas high school students give Nazi salute and shout ‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump‘ as they have class photo taken

Seniors were having class photo taken at Cypress Ranch High School in Texas
A group of ’70 or so’ of the students were having photo taken at the time
At least ten were photographed giving the Nazi salute by other students
They claimed the group was chanting ‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump’ as they saluted

By Jennifer Smith For Dailymail.com

Published: 14:10 GMT, 2 February 2017 | Updated: 18:21 GMT, 2 February 2017

A group of Texas high school students gave Nazi salutes and shouted ‘Heil Hitler, Heil Trump’ as they had a class photograph taken.

The seniors at Cypress Ranch High School, a public high school in Houston, were posing for the photograph on Tuesday when ‘dozens’ of white students launched into the offensive pose.

Other students who weren’t involved took photographs of the outburst and shared them online and with local media.

‘There was around 70 or so people. It was pretty terrifying,’ they told Click 2 Houston.

One youngster whose siblings attend the school shared how they’d claimed the boys launched into the Nazi salute in response to a group of female students giving the ‘black power fist’.

He revealed other students’ claims that teachers did ‘nothing’ to stop them. Another student said she had found swastikas carved into her desk.

A Massachusetts high school teacher has been suspended from her job after rescinding a college recommendation letter for a student caught making a swastika: here.

Armed neonazis caught in Germany


This video from Germany says about itself:

20 April 2016

Clashes erupted as thousands of antifa descended on a far-right ‘Thugida’ march in Jena, Wednesday, as the nationalist group gathered on Adolf Hitler’s birthday.

Some 150 Thugida protesters, Pegida’s Thuringia affiliate, were met by around 4,000 anti-racist demonstrators, with a heavy police presence in place to prevent altercations. Despite strong policing, antifa threw bottles at Thugida activists, many bearing Nazi-inspired tattoos and German national flags used during the Third Reich.

Permission for the Thugida demonstration was at first rejected by Jena’s local police, with officials calling for the organisers to schedule the demo on another day that did not coincide with Hitler’s birthday.

A court overthrew this decision based on the organiser’s claim that the demonstration was not orchestrated to celebrate Hitler’s birthday, but to fight against so-called ‘leftist terror’.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV:

Arrests after raids on the extreme right in Germany

Today, 18:34

In Germany, the justice department has raided twelve places in the country in connection with an investigation into right-wing extremists. Two people were arrested, including a 62-year-old man who calls himself a druid. Police think that they with four others have formed a group to prepare for attacks on Jews, asylum seekers and police.

During the raids weapons, ammunition and explosives were found. 200 officers were involved.

Reichsbürger

According to sources at the German intelligence, the defendants are Reichsbürger. That’s a group of people who do not recognize the current state system in Germany because it was imposed by the Allies after World War II. They want to return to the situation before the war [of Adolf Hitler‘s Third Reich].

‘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.

Georgia white supremacist under FBI investigation after police find evidence of ricin in his car: here.