9 comments on “A Day out with the Master Race: the Edl in Cambridge

  1. Andy Newman on said:

    Is it only me, but is it hard to see the EDL ever gettig the trains to run on time.

    Moseley must be weeping in his grave

  2. Love that even the semi-articulate one at 1m26s is still rocking the can of Foster’s.

    Congrats to the interviewer for his excellent poker face.

  3. Jellytot on said:

    Looking at them now it’s strange to think that this group started to get a bit of traction in 2009/2010.

    Just a small, directionless rabble now.

    IMO had they started up about 5 years earlier (around 2004), paralled the rise of the BNP, linked up with them politically and been around for the 7/7 aftermath things could have been different.

    Thankfully it was all a bit too late, haphazard and the initial momentum quickly dissipated.

  4. Vanya on said:

    I’m currently having my 50th birthday abroad. Does anyone have any news on what happened in Manchester today?

  5. Manzil on said:

    Vanya:
    I’m currently having my 50th birthday abroad. Does anyone have any news on what happened in Manchester today?

    Happy birthday you old git! :)

    Beeb says:

    “Fifteen people were arrested after a protest by hundreds of supporters and opponents of the English Defence League (EDL) in Manchester.

    About 700 EDL demonstrators gathered in Albert Square with about 350 people taking part in a counter protest.

    Police stepped up their presence and said trouble had been minimal.

    Ch Supt John O’Hare said: “I would like to thank both the people of Manchester and the majority of protesters for their conduct.”

  6. Vanya on said:

    Thanks to Jim and Manzil.

    I was of course referring to the EDL event rather than the football.

    I notice that Griggs didn’t play however but will make an appearance against Franco’s team in the champion’s league. No pasaran!