Category: Far right

On Norway

This past weekend was dominated by two major death-related news stories: the bombing and subsequent massacre in Norway on Friday, and the death (to me at least, sudden and unexpected) of the singer, Amy...

Suzanne Moore, Newsnight and the EDL

If the Left is to rise again, it must lift the official silence on race and culture | Suzanne Moore | Comment is free | The Guardian This weekend the so-called English Defence League held...

Asian pimps, Channel 4 and the BNP

Julie Bindel has an article in the current edition of Standpoint regarding the issue of the Asian pimp gangs that exist in some midland and northern towns in England, who exploit mostly local working-class...

BNP on the BBC: stupidity or deception?

The BBC is being called on to investigate how two senior members of the British National Party were allowed to appear semi-anonymously on the youth-targeted Radio 1 Newsbeat programme. Mark Collett, BNP publicity director,...

File on 4 investigates football racists

BBC - BBC Radio 4 Programmes - File on 4, 22/09/2009 File on 4 investigates the football hooligan racists who have been going around causing trouble in various British cities. They claim to be...

The big lie

BBC NEWS | England | London | Murder claim politician faces ban The BBC reports that a London Assembly member from the British National Party may be banned from the council for six months...

BNP Islamophobia not just a PR stunt

Martin Sullivan at Islamophobia Watch on his ongoing debate with Edmund Standing, a contributor to Harry’s Place and author of a recent think tank report which plays up the BNP’s anti-Semitism and plays down...

The two faces of the BNP

The rise of British racism may be horribly close — The Spectator Fraser Nelson goes “on the stump” (meaning, out knocking on doors) with BNP activists in Hertfordshire and discovers that people are no...

Thugs go on rampage in Luton

The story is starting to come out regarding the display of thuggery and bigotry in Luton last Sunday, in which a group of about 200 broke away from a bigger march and headed for...