Antifa diary from redandblackbritain, definitely dates for your diary.
Another great post from UK Aktion. Solidarity.
This past year has been a busy one for antifascists in the UK, seeing many successful counter-mobilisations against the far-right, resulting in swathe of victories for antifascists. The year began with a bang when Hungarian fascist party Jobbik attempted to hold a meeting in London in January. Kicking off the year, literally, with direct physical confrontation, multiple tube stations were blockaded whilst militant antifascists chased them around London. Well-aimed boots drove these fascists to retreat and cower in fear in an Indian restaurant, making them think twice about meeting in London again.
EDL in Slough, Feb 2014
At the beginning of February the EDL attempted to march through the diverse town of Slough. An impressive mobilisation of several hundred antifascists and locals easily outnumbered the EDL, blocking the high street in several places, forcing the local plod to clear the street violently with baton and horse charges. The ensuing scenes…
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Today Anti-fascists made sure the EDL had no choice but to be escorted along the outskirts of Luton, leaving the majority of the town to suffer only minor… Read more “Luton remains ANTI-FASCIST!”
ALERTA! On October 11th 2014 Birmingham Residents are set to make history with a very large Antifascist mobilization against the EDL. Here is the giant list of groups supporting… Read more “Antifascist UNITY Statement for Birmingham 2014”
Saturday the 20th of September 2014 and the Far-right EDL are marching through central London. Perfect timing for the “The Top 10 EDL FAILS of all time”… Read more “The Top 10 EDL FAILS of all time.”
A few weeks ago Paul Pitt announced that his gang of racists (the South East ‘Alliance’) would try and again march through Cricklewood. This time they promised… Read more “The South East ‘Alliance’ (19/7/14)”
We’ve received confirmation that the South East Alliance plan to return to Cricklewood, North London, on the 19th July. Antifascists from across London successfully opposed them a… Read more “The South East Alliance want to attempt another Cricklewood march.”