Thousands Of People In Europe Take To The Streets To Drive Out Islam

Walid Shoebat Shoebat Foundation 10/27/2014

…Despite the ridicule, soccer clubs have held meetings in at least three other cities, Monchengladbach, Hannover and Mannheim, to promote unity in the fight against the Islamification of Germany.

And in Great Britain, a popular movement (the EDL) against Islam is growing consisting largely of young men who demonstrate against […]

On Downing Street today…

English Defense League (EDL) LGBT Division 5/27/2013

“Downing Street today. Demonstration in support of our Troops, and against our government traitors. Enjoy your cocktails, David Cameron. The sun’s going down on your career.”

 

 

 

 

 

View the full-size photo at the link.

 

Update: Fury as vandals scrawl ‘Islam’ on two […]

British Take to Streets to Protest Barbaric Woolwich Beheading

Breitbart News Big Peace 25 May 2013

After the brutal and barbaric murder of an off-duty soldier in Woolwich on Wednesday, Britons took to the street to protest in a massive rally led by the controversial English Defence League. EDL leader Tommy Robinson told the rally in Newcastle, “We cannot allow this soldier’s death to […]

‘You people will never be safe’

23 May 2013

The Telegraph, London.

 

 

The woman in the photograph got off a bus passing the scene to help the victim. Mum talked down Woolwich terrorists who told her: ‘We want to start a war in London tonight’

A cub scout leader confronted terrorists just seconds after they had beheaded […]

Paul Weston speaks in London, 7 April 2012

Vlad Tepes 4/12/2012

What a tribute to the fascists and religious fanatics that they have managed to demonize and marginalize the classically liberal, the people who within all of human history have allowed the greatest latitude for the most people. The people who in fact created, allowed and practiced tolerance and diversity, to be made […]

Britain falls silent to remember war dead

Millions of Britons have held a two-minute silence to remember the nation’s war dead.

The Telegraph [UK] 11 Nov 2011

The tribute started at 11am, the time the guns on the Western Front fell silent at the end of the First World War in 1918.

Ceremonies nationwide commemorated fallen servicemen and women from both […]