One of the more laughable accusations the speaker made, was that the Tory government wanted to make every British baby mixed race, which the (obviously pure) Aryan thought was a terrible thing. The thought of David Cameron as some sort of cupid, is mindboggling to say the least.
"Britain belongs only to the white indigenous people not animals", the inebriated "speaker" warbled, struggling to deliver the white supremacist fourteen words in the correct order, whilst some dinosaur in the crowd interjected "n*ggers aren't British". Followed by Rule Britannia as he was helped off stage, it was the 1980s all over again, although some attendees had been marching since the 1880s, British Nationalist movements overshadowed by bladder and bowel movements as most of the crowd sloped off hurriedly before they fouled their underwear.
Whilst fascists threw rocks, bottles and any other missiles they could lay their hands on, officers of the Kent Constabulary prepared for the next round of government police cuts by retraining as Madame Tussauds waxworks models, refusing to bat an eye lid as one after one, the speakers spouted extreme criminally racist statements until their makeshift sound system failed. Antifascists got kettled a distance away, harassed by the boys in blue whilst the supporters of Nazi Germany got a relatively easy ride, not that forces of law and order are unrenowned as being enablers of fascism.
Pegida UK will attempt to march in Birmingham next week. It is absolutely imperative that all opponents of organised racism turn up to oppose fascism and Nazism next week also. Tommy Robinson must be made to feel the heat, just like the National Front in Dover. Arrive by bus, coach or car to the Birmingham International Airport to help nip Britain's latest hate movement in the bud.