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More Sun incitement – more EDL reactions

November 18, 2010

Further to my post of November 14th, Incitement from The Sun – reaction from the EDL, The Sun has published a new story called Cop guard for poppy burner which has provoked a similar response from members of the EDL fan page (screenshots courtesy of Fay from Exposing intolerance and racism online XXXII).  The Sun seems more concerned that “taxpayers paid to cover the cost of placing two officers and a patrol car” outside the house of the man they claim to have “named and shamed” than they are with taking responsibility for the part they played in this.  They have made no mention at all of the death threats posted on the EDL fanpage as a direct response to a link to their The Sun finds poppy thugs story, and this total failure to acknowledge the truth behind the police protection story seems dishonest, deceitful, and completely lacking in self-awareness to me.

***Caution*** As before, please do not read if easily offended.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. w.k moss aka 9xzulug permalink
    November 18, 2010 11:21 pm

    pcc are you reading this pathetic angry bile,i hope you are because its your job to uphold the law by all means necessary otherwise majority of law abiding muslims will feel agrieved.ever since 2008 this country has had to endure bnp’s bullshit of trying to divide n conquer our diverse nation.after the election up popped edl to keep the problem of racism high on the agenda,luckily to no avail but still edl try to keep the bnp’s racist propaganda high on the news of scaremongering the confused unbiased majority.

  2. o.O permalink
    November 19, 2010 4:38 pm

    Oh… kay. Bit late, but did anyone of these f-kers making the threats or comparing the burning to shoplifting actually clock that the former isn’t actually illegal, just really, really f-kin’ disrespectful?

    We’re all fools… but not all in /that/ way.

  3. December 1, 2010 7:40 pm

    Where’s section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 when it’s really needed?

    Looking at some of those comments then I can think of a few more things they ought be having the book thrown at , sure it’s a crime the last time to make death threats

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