a "human rights organisation". The Judge didn't see it that way and refused the EDL's claims against the Metropolitan Police
The point surely is that the EDL now face the same challenge that their predecessor formations had faced in the past 70 years.
Do they carry on as a "British" version of the Adolf Hitler "Political movement" or do they embrace the key tenets of Democracy that the majority of the world recognises as being common attributes to be shared in a society tending towards democracy?
If the EDL are as keen to come across as a "human rights organisation" as their lawyers tried to argue in the High Court then they are to ask themselves:
“what on earth are we doing being mistaken for Nazis?”
It is not the fault of the Police on the facts of their tactical statements which they put forward saying that the EDL were threatening peace and safety today in Tower Hamlets.
That is what the EDL web sites, Facebook accounts etc have been admitting themselves.
So do the EDL expect the English pubic to "welcome" them even when they talk like they are today's versions of the Nazis and parade like they are those?
Over to you, EDL.
Make your minds up.
Either you are Nazis or you are Democrats.
Can't be both
The type of attack that the NAZIS specialised in: