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Sunday, 27 February 2011

Respect Gathering 'Spring into Spring'

Sunday 06 March · 13:30 - 17:30
Venue: Caxton Hall, "Malmesbury Estate .Caxton Grove London, E3 2AX

You and your family are invited to another Respect Gathering 'Spring into Spring' with food, Fun and Refreshments and good company for all. George Galloway and many other guests are invited


Please bring a dish along to share or some refreshments . Please can you email or ring to confirm your attendance as we are limited with space

Also can you inform me of what food dish or refreshment you would like to bring along.
Thank you
Monday, 21 February 2011

Why does David Cameron encourage the EDL?

Last Saturday, the English Defence League held a demonstration in Luton, an area with a large Muslim minority including many families of Bangladeshi origin. The EDL is an organisation led by racists and attracting racist thugs, many from the football terraces. It has filled a gap left by the decision of the British National Party to pursue its racist objectives through the electoral road. This has led the BNP to eschew street mobilisations for fear that the inevitable violence that follows will put off their potential voters.

The primary focus of the EDL’s hatred is the Muslim community. Their storm troopers yell anti-Muslim insults and carry placards with anti-Muslim slogans on their marches. It has been responsible for a lot of violence wherever they have mobilised. Racist attacks have increased, mosques attacked and they have even fought with the police when they have been kettled or moved on.
Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Abjol Miah: "The time is up for the modern Pharoahs!"

For 30 years Hosni Mubarak has ruled Egypt with an iron grip. His dictatorship, backed by the United States, Britain and the West in general, has concluded a “peace” agreement with Israel which has meant that the Palestinian people of Gaza have suffered the most terrible siege for years. Mubarak had 1.2 million police ruthlessly suppressing dissent with members of the political opposition arrested, tortured and sometimes murdered.

Now it is over. Mubarak is, in the words of Mohammed ElBaradei, a dead man walking. The Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Mubarak to go. The foreign minister of Sweden has declared the era of Mubarak is over. Support for his regime in the West is melting away.