Saturday, 9 March 2013

UAF Conference 2013

This article has been a long time coming since its taken me a good week to have the time to upload all the associated videos that I took, but I'm finally in the position to release them to the world. 

Before I begin I would like to say that I'm not a supporter of the UAF, an organisation which suffers from atrocious double standards and ironic statements. At the same time (as I'm sure this will be read by a few UAF supporters) I'm also not a supporter of the idiotic EDL who run around making themselves look like your typical Chav cunt. So with that all cleared up, lets continue.

If you are unaware of who the UAF then take note; They are the ironically named 'Unite Against Fascism', or as many have taken to calling them 'Unite Against Freedom'. They are predominately supported by young adults who have studied at universities and have been brainwashed by Marxist doctrines but also seem to have a regular band of individuals with limited mental capacity at the ready to be used as muscle to prevent democratic demonstrations against multiculturalism, communism and international socialism.

The UAF seem to have endless resources, mainly because they have close links with the main Unions such as 'Unite' (as well as the scary support of teachers unions such as the NUT and NASUWT), political parties such as the Socialist Workers Party and more worryingly the Labour party. They have leaders and spokesmen from these parties and organisation, one of their main spokesmen is Ken Livingstone, former Labour Mayor of London but also seem to have a the strange support of practically every big-time Politician including current Prime Minister David Cameron.

Their mission appears at first glimpse to be an 'anti-fascist' organisation but look a little deeper and its obvious that this group is actually set up and financed by the state and top organisations which control society. Its not clear where their finances come from, although you can bet that they are likely paid for by Unions and 'special interest' groups such as Mosques and political groups like the Fabian society. 

They defend a stance of 'no platform', that is that fascists (who they are apparently allowed to  define) should not be allowed to voice their opinions, apparently the idea of free speech completely dead to them, which is a defining point of authority of fascism.

Their double standards runs right through all their politics though. Every time an ethnic minority is killed by a white British person, they go into overdrive and fight tooth and nail to make sure it goes as public as possible. If the tables are turned however, and is a white Briton who suffers racism, it is unceremoniously ignored by the UAF 'anti-racists'. The same applies to their rather dodgy philosophy of defending militant Islamists who preach against homosexuality, womens rights and alcohol consumption... whilst defending homosexual and women's rights organisations. In fact nothing has been said by them at all by the increasing prevalence of Muslim gangs going out and preaching their vile and twisted philosophies on English streets. 

Who's streets?

They purport to be against violent demonstrations yet none of their leadership seem to renounce violent behavior committed by their supporters. Take the darts thrown at Nick Griffin back in 2010 outside Parliament, caught on film. Of course the Crown Prosecution Service looked the other way despite calls by the BNP to have it looked into and despite evidence posted all over the internet. Ironically, a day before this attack on the BNP, Waymen Bennett (someone I got an interview with last week) was arrested for 'Conspiracy to organise violent disorder' at an EDL event in Bolton.

Assistant Chief Constable Garry Shewan said that:

"Today in Bolton we have seen some small evidence of this protest in the form of flag waving and vitriolic name calling - but we have also seen groups of people, predominantly associated with the UAF, engaging in violent confrontation.
"It is clear to me that a large number have attended today with the sole intention of committing disorder and their actions have been wholly unacceptable. Turning their anger onto police officers they acted with, at times, extreme violence and their actions led to injuries to police officers, protestors and members of the public.
"The police are not and should not be the target of such violence and anger and this protest and the actions of some of the protestors is roundly condemned by GMP and by Bolton Council. Were it not for the professionalism and bravery of police officers many others would have been seriously injured. I would also like to praise the efforts of the EDL stewards who worked with us in the face of some very ugly confrontations."

Trouble is, half the time the news reporting on these protests gets it completely wrong and attempts to tar the 'right-wing' as being the violent ones. Take the other week as an example where the BBC and the Guardian seem to report conflicting accounts, not unlikely because the Guardian is well known for its left leaning and therefore seems to be trying to play down the support of the 'right-wingers'.

The BBC account:
A bit different to:

Anyway, continuing on, I recently went to a UAF event to film their 2013 'Conference' but my main reason for going was to try and get an opportunity to ask a question about their methods and in particular their handling of the 2012 St Georges day parade where it transpired that parents with their young children were being pelted with missiles from the UAF who lined the streets. Apparently just because there were a few EDL turned up to the event, the innocent people celebrating a national saints day were fair game for their violent disturbance.

Here is a snippet of the way the UAF treats the English celebrating St Georges day in their own poxy country, albeit without footage of the missiles thrown:

So, without further ado, I give you the full videos for you to watch for your displeasure:


(I apologise in advance for the poor sound and picture quality. The sound quality couldn't be helped and the camera was continuously trying to auto-focus and the indoor strip lighting was giving it grief.)

(Note that there are some gaps between some of the videos. I didn't bother getting the clothes line seller of 'Love Music' because I didn't think he'd be that interesting - except he would have scored an own goal had I bothered to record him because he blurted out that they should not allow 'racist fascists' to speak because where the far right are able to speak in the media, they gain credibility. Which surely means that people agree with them in the wider society, then? Undemocratic shits.

I also managed to get an interview with the turd Weyman Bennett before people began becoming aware that I wasn't a UAF supporter and began demanding my name, address and phone number. 

The reason for the security according to the Conference coordinator was that 'We have to be careful who films for our security'. The fact that they have people in the conference selling copies of 'Searchlight' which lists far-right personal details is neither here nor there apparently...

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