Following the defection of Beavis and Butt-head to the Quilliam foundation, the teletubbies have selected a new ‘beer leader’ with unmistakeably fascist credentials. Tim Ablitt the EDL’s former SW regional organiser, was also Dorset organiser for the British Freedom Party, a BNP splinter group, of which Carroll was chairman and Yaxley-Lennon his deputy; they briefly ‘united’ the two groups.
In July 2010 Ablitt along with 6 other fascists was travelling in a van driven by ‘Poole Knight’ when it was shot at by Babylon as a result of the group gobbing off in the pub about a plan to blow up Bournemouth mosque. The 7 were arrested for conspiracy to cause explosions but the cops evidently decided they were all wind and piss and they were never charged.
The new chairman owns a clothing business ‘NRNLS Ltd’ whose registered address is listed as: Flat 11, Willow View, 91 Fitzworth Ave, Poole BH16 5AZ and supplies EDL branded shirts and face masks. Their annual return is overdue and there is an active proposal to strike them off the companies register. A bit like the BFP who failed to return their registration fee on time.
This is what chairman Ablitt had to say about public sector workers:
Getting all upset about having his facebook screen shots bandied about:
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon is not important enough to blog about and has no opinions worth mentioning. As for the Quilliam Foundation, giving cover to two pig-ignorant racists so they can pretend to be something else must be a new low even for this shower.
From their home page: “Challenging extremism is the duty of all responsible members of society. Not least because cultural insularity and extremism are products of the failures of wider society to foster a shared sense of belonging and to advance liberal democratic values.“
It’s hard to think of anything more extreme than liberal democracy, which brought you the atomic bomb, global warming and universal surveillance. For 40 odd years, it actively plotted the annihilation of half the human race in defence of its alleged moral superiority.
Meanwhile, in Bournemouth…
Message from BHSTOPEDL: Our Winton spotter group observed a few fascists drinking in the Hop and Kilderkin on Saturday; we’ve also been made aware of fascists hanging around school playgrounds in the vicinity…
Looking for muslamic ray guns no doubt, but given that the EDL has a higher nonce quotient than the national average this needs looking into. The message continues:
…We see someone (not us) has painted ‘F*** the EDL’ on the Pure Drop pub in Poole.
It wasn’t us either, if it was we’d have taken a picture, fair play though.