North West London unites to fight fascist march in Cricklewood

The South East Alliance (an offshoot of the Essex branch of the English Defence League) is a sad bunch of specimens labouring under the delusion that they are part of a master race.

July 15, 2014 · 1 min read

NWLondon

These idiots include Hitler-worshippers and have links to Ulster Loyalist groups. They have declared their intention to march to 113 Cricklewood Broadway, which they claim is the UK headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood (nb. it isn’t) this Saturday, July 19.

North West London United is asking everyone who is opposed to SEA’s message of hate to join in a peaceful demonstration this Saturday at 12noon on Cricklewood Broadway.

A spokesperson for North West London United said:

“Cricklewood is one of the most multicultural areas in the UK and we are proud of our diversity. The intention of this fascist group is to provoke hatred and division, something that has no place in our community. A big presence of local residents to oppose the fascist march on Saturday will send a clear signal that their violent racism is not welcome here.”

Follow the campaign on Twitter at @NWLondonUnited


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