On Harry’s Place a Neil D. shills for the Koranimals, smears Brits as ‘Nazis’ Â and produces more steaming piles of cow paddies than the biggest bulls in Texas:
“The only way to fight extremism, of any type, is to form broad coalitions with those who oppose the extremists. That includes, in the case of extremist Islam, the Muslim community itself. If you have fallen so-far down the Londonistan rabbit-hole that you are unable to see the distinction between the normal adherent of a religion that just want to live their lives in peace and extremists in favour of the use of violence to obtain their ends, you will find yourself on the same side as far right racists.”
Here’s the link:
Note the thug in the middle who is just about to burn the Union Jack!
Muselmaniacs,Â incited by a letter published on the MCB website, came prepared:
Its going to be pretty intense so be prepared to defend your religion when the time comes, and let friends and family know. Please forward to all.
Lets kill and maim the *******s who want to destroy us. Make sure your there, and dont come empty handed (preferably a sharp or hard object).’
More than 30 people were arrested today after disorder broke out during a demonstration billed as a protest against Islamic fundamentalism.
- Update: the Sunday Mercury has a video: a Muslim calls the protesters “racist, fascist Nazis”- that’s enough for me. Unfortunately, some of the enlightened progressives on “harry’s place” buy it. England is a sewer…
- While I’m typing this, AlBeeBeeCeera prattles on about “torture…” not a word about the mass-murders on Christians in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nigeria etc. – sometimes you wanna scream…!!!
A total of 31 people were detained in Birmingham city centre during the event, which is believed to have been organised on social networking sites.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said the arrests were made at various locations during the protest and a counter-demonstration organised by the Unite Against Fascism group.
A protester lies injured following the demonstration in central Birmingham today
A man with a Union Jack flag is attacked after the protest sparked violence
The spokesman also confirmed that a car had been damaged during what she described as ‘sporadic’ outbreaks of disorder in the city centre.
Witnesses said scores of officers were involved in policing the rival protests, which had gathered near Birmingham’s Bullring shopping complex.
One shopper, who declined to be named, said broken banners were left scattered on the ground outside the Bullring following the disorder.
The clashes saw 31 people arrested
Police had vowed to deal robustly with anyone acting outside the law at the protests.
Police believe the anti-fundamentalist rally was organised by groups calling themselves the English and Welsh Defence League and Casuals United, which is said to have emerged after British soldiers were abused by Islamic radicals at a homecoming parade in Luton.
Men are attacked as the demonstration span out of control