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Our intention is to inform people of racist, homophobic, religious extreme hate speech perpetrators across social networking internet sites. And we also aim to be a focal point for people to access information and resources to report such perpetrators to appropriate web sites, governmental departments and law enforcement agencies around the world.

We will also post relevant news worthy items and information on Human rights issues, racism, extremist individuals and groups and far right political parties from around the world although predominantly Britain.

Thursday, 6 May 2010


The Disciplinary Committee of the Belarusian Football Federation (BFF) has postponed its decision until May 6 on penalties against FC Dynama Minsk over the display of a large neo-Nazi banner by fans during a recent home game, BelaPAN reports. At a May 3 meeting, the Disciplinary Committee decided to "request additional information," said the BFF press office. Standing among Dynama Minsk fans, a group of more than a dozen men held the banner for much of the club’s April 28 game against Vitsyebsk FC at Dynama Stadium in downtown Minsk. The banner bore the image of Rudolf Hess, historically known as “Adolf Hitler’s deputy in the Nazi Party” and widely venerated by neo-Nazis. The banner said, “Your Life For Us. 04.26.1894 – 08.17.1987. This Is An Example Of Faithfulness.” If the incident is found to meet the definition of an administrative offense or a criminal offense, the perpetrators may be barred from the stadium until the end of the season, which has recently begun, and the club may be fined up to 10,000 times the Base Rate, or 350 million rubels ($118,000).


Ku Klux Klan leader guilty of murder (USA)

A Ku Klux Klan leader has pleaded guilty to murdering a woman recruit, a day after an initiation rite in the US state of Louisiana in 2008.

Raymond Foster, 45, of the Louisiana town of Bogalusa, was sentenced to life in prison for second-degree murder of Cynthia Lynch.

A former KKK member testified that Foster shot Ms Lynch, 43, after she told him: "I want out", AP reports.

Foster apologised to the victim's mother in court.

"I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive me," he was quoted as saying by AP.

BBC News

D-Day in the UK as Britain again faces the Nazi threat

Decision day once again in the United Kingdoms as the General Election has arrived and you can guarantee that many a goose-stepping BNP supporter will be watching it in anticipation, as this could herald the beginning of the Fourth Reich. (not likely)

But who knows what will be going through their minds, will it be visions of a British SS, or the emptying of whole ethnic communities mirroring the emptying of the ghettos in Der Fatherland.

Or could it be a version of a perfect country that only ever existed in the Ealing Studio movies of the 1930’s and never existed in reality.

Personally I tend to think that most of them have no ability to imagine what it could be like and the ones that do they are going envision it in one colour, White.

So I thought I would post a video to all these people who are going to vote for Herr Griffin and the BNP.


Asian men and BNP candidate Bob Bailey clash in Barking

A fight broke out between a British National Party parliamentary candidate and some Asian men as party members were out campaigning in east London.

Some men earlier swore at leader Nick Griffin and threw fruit at him and he was taken away from the scene.

The candidate for Romford, Bob Bailey, was filmed shouting out to men in Ripple Road when one of them swore and spat at him and Mr Bailey punched him.
Police were called after 1500 BST to the fight between the two groups.

'Campaign of hatred'
At the time Metropolitan Police said they were called to the incident but no-one had been arrested at the scene.
Later however, police said an 18-year-old man attended Barking police station and alleged common assault against another man.

The Barking Community Safety Unit is to look into the matter.

When asked about the fight Mr Griffin told BBC London the fight was the result of a "campaign of hatred and dehumanisation against any group of people, in this case us".

He said: "I think people have to realise that the people have spoken, this is a democratic vote and everyone has to go along with that, whether its us, our opponents or people on the streets, and if there are a few crazies or thugs on the streets I'm sure the police will deal with them quite quickly.

"The more people in the media talk this up as an issue, the more silly kids on the streets will be inclined to take the law into their hands."
Candidates for Romford are: Independent: Philip Hyde; Conservative: Andrew Rosindell; Independent: David Sturman; English Democrats: Peter Thorogood; Labour: Rachel Voller; British National Party: Robert Bailey; UK Independence Party: Gerard Batten; Liberal Democrat: Helen Duffett; Green: Gary Haines.

BBC News