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Marxist gang attacks war memorial event in Oxford, rips up flowers and wreaths.


UAF parody.

UAF parody.

Note: UAF is the British version of ARA/Antifa. An international network of violent Marxist gangs. In the US far-left groups like the SPLC are supporting the ARA/Antifa gang network. The SPLC romanticizes their violence and promotes leaders of the gang, and a pro-violence umbrella website for the gang, on the SPLC website. ARA/Antifa was recently classified as a criminal gang in Cook County, IL and five members of the gang were sent to state prison for violent crimes.

The left-wing UK Telegraph admitted that UAF are violent thugs, but had to add insults against conservative groups to their article. They claimed the peaceful, non-violent conservative activist group EDL is “even uglier.” However, the UK Telegraph could not point to any actual crimes committed by EDL members.

The article was prompted when a Liberal Democrat councillor in Oxford denounced the UAF as violent thugs.

From UK Telegraph…

Last weekend, Tony Brett, a Liberal Democrat councillor in Oxford and the city’s deputy lord mayor, found what he called a “disgraceful rabble” of people climbing on the city’s main war memorial — squashing, he said, the flowers that mourners had placed there, then trying to remove half of them altogether and “jeering” other visitors as they paid their respects.

That day, the memorial was supposed to be the scene of a wreath-laying by the far-Right, racist English Defence League. But none of the people laying flowers and being jeered bore any kind of EDL insignia and none of the wreaths had any kind of card or message from the group.

Neither Mr Brett, nor a local newspaper reporter on the scene, saw any sign of any EDL presence.

All the aggro, Mr Brett said — he called it the “hate” — came from the self-appointed opponents of bigotry, a group called Unite Against Fascism (UAF). UAF’s response was to start an online petition saying that merely by criticising them Mr Brett had proved himself an EDL patsy, “not a fit representative for Oxford’s wonderful and multi-ethnic community”, and must resign immediately.

“It seemed to me they were doing exactly the kind of thing they were supposed to be protesting against,” said Mr Brett. “I will absolutely not support any hint of racism, Islamophobia or any other form of hate, be it from the EDL or any other group. That day I saw it from another group.”

UAF, 10 years old this year, is one of Britain’s most prominent anti-fascist organisations. It has received hundreds of thousands of pounds from the biggest trade unions, and support from dozens of mainstream politicians. Its vice-chairmen include Christine Blower, the general secretary of the National Union of Teachers, and Hugh Lanning, the deputy general secretary of the PCS civil service union.
Even David Cameron, when a backbench MP, signed its founding statement. It has avoided substantial scrutiny because, as in the case of Mr Brett, anyone who criticises it risks being smeared as an ally of the vile groups it opposes.

 

UAF gang members drive veterans and mourners off of the Oxford war memorial and smash wreaths and flowers.