Posted by: maryportagainstracism | May 6, 2008

Cumbria BNP helps out Redwatch

As reported on this site earlier the local BNP have sunk even lower than usual and posted details of anti-racist campaigners online, mainly photographs and videos of them handing out perfectly legal anti-BNP leaflets.

Now, the photographs have appeared on ‘Redwatch’, an online far right hitlist designed to intimidate opponents of racist groups in Britain.

Local BNP press officer Clive Jefferson carefully moderates his blog, censoring or removing even remotely critical comments, but allowed these comments:

dudley said…
well how dusgusting can these people get posting images like that through letterboxes when children could pick it up.theres a site called who may like to publish those photographs.

Anonymous said…
Hey good research.Lets see some of the anti fascist red saddos on some posters or this blog.Then we know the scroats, and can have a little session.

A charming bunch of people.

In theory, Redwatch acts as intelligence to enable members of the far right to attack and silence opponents.

Fortunately, Redwatch is run by idiots who probably couldn’t spell the word ‘intelligence’ and their information gathering doesn’t even extend to using the internet properly as underneath the photos it says:

Bad news for these freaks though, the BNP won the seat!

Wrong again Redwatch. We wish all our opponents were as stupid as they are though.

While you are more likely to be run over by a bus than experience any violence as a result of being on Redwatch, we advise all serious anti-racists and anti-fascists to be careful with their personal details.


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