A Facebook group run by a Green Parliamentary Candidate, a Welsh Scottish Nationalist and a Labour councillor has members who advocated burning down the UKIP shop in Merthyr Tydfil.
|Elspeth Parris, Green Party ‘watermelon’
who is happy to associate her group
with instigators of political violence and
The group – Merthyr says NO to UKIP – was founded by Elspeth Parris, Green PPC for Merthyr Tydfil. Other admins were David Davies, a Labour councillor in Merthyr and Harriet Protheroe-Davis, a student activist who will apparently join any campaign so long as it features a red star.
Also members of the group are two other Labour councillors from Merthyr, Darren Roberts and Rhonda Braithwaite, a Plaid Cymru PPC, Freddy Greaves, and UNISON managers Dawn Bowden and Dan Beard.
The member we are interested in though is part time musician Malik Furreed. Furreed was so incensed by the operation of democracy that he called for volunteers to ‘fuck up’ the UKIP shop in Merthyr which was due to open a couple of days later.
|Malik Furreed’s barely literate call to violence|
His friend Jake Morgan was quite enthusiastic about it, suggesting that they ‘burn whatever cunt goes in there as well’, an idea that Malik was quite happy with. Similar comments appeared on his Facebook page. Clearly someone has been in touch, as young Malik has deleted the comments. Luckily we have the screen grabs (right).
Had it been a UKIP supporter who’d said such things about a political opponent, UKIP would have expelled them and/or cut all links to them. No such scruples in ‘Merthyr says NO to UKIP’ though. Although the tweets and Facebook posts have been deleted, Malik remains a member. As do the Labour councillors, the Green PPC, the Welsh Scottish Nationalist and the Plaid PPC.
|Perpetrators of the violent attack on the UKIP shop in Penarth|
That they would put up with such threatening behaviour is hardly surprising. On the 14th December, a group of youths – one of whom does not look dissimilar to Malik – attacked the UKIP shop in Penarth, a short distance away from Merthyr. On that occasion, a gang of 6 – 5 youths and one older man who stayed safely out of range of the CCTV cameras – urinated in the shop doorway and threw beer glasses and bottles at the shop frontage. This was just 4 days before Malik was appealing for volunteers to do the same to the UKIP shop in Merthyr Tydfil.
Such behaviour in this part of South Wales is hardly new, although it has stepped up a notch since UKIP finished a narrow second behind Labour in this year’s European Elections. In July last year, we reported how a UKIP candidate in Llansamlet was forced to withdraw after his wife’s UNISON rep at work warned her that if her husband stood as a UKIP candidate, her career would be at an end. It is not surprise then to see two UNISON reps as members of the ‘Merthyr says NO to UKIP’ group – UNISON’s regional manager Dawn Bowden and University of Wales UNISON secretary Dan Beard.
|Protheroe-Davis and Merthyr’s homeless with a
rather confusing sign
There’s plenty of other hate around in the group. David Davies, group admin and the Labour councillor for Town ward on Merthyr council is a Hope not Hate activist who ‘likes’ Socialist Worker, UAF and In Defence of Marxism among other hard left groups. Double-barrelled class warrior Harriet Protheroe-Davis, another admin, belongs to a veritable smorgasbord of radical, hard left groups including Radical Independence Campaign, the violent Scottish Nationalist group, although her only link to Scotland appears to be as a student at Edinburgh University.
To date, actions directed against the Merthyr shop have amounted to little more than a poorly thought out sign held briefly outside the door by Protheroe-Davis and a number of Merthyr’s homeless to judge by their appearance. Some speeches were made, and a lot of people who pretended to be local turned up ‘spontaneously’, although a significant number went to some lengths to show their affiliation with the hard left of the Socialist Workers Party by staying out of camera shot and covering their faces. A number of ‘Stand up to UKIP’ signs were also present: the campaign is a strange mish-mash of activists which receives funding from both the trade unions and big business through the ‘British Influence’ group, but is run by the SWP front UAF. As we have seen elsewhere in the country, how long will it be before they tire of their tactics of intimidation in the face of UKIPs continued rise and resort to the sort of violence advocated by Furreed and seen elsewhere in the country?
Yet again the “party of the worker” doesn’t practice what it preaches. But then, what else should we expect from parasites? Here is New Labour’s last tax evasion: http://eotp.org/tag/tax-evasion/
A property company run by the Labour Party has paid no tax in eight years, despite earning millions of pounds in rental revenues, the Daily Telegraph can reveal.
Labour Party Properties Limited (LPPL), which owns a £6.3m portfolio of properties, has paid no corporation tax since 2003.
In those eight years the company has received a total of £8.7m in rents but declared losses of £279,000.
A Labour Party spokesman said the firm had done nothing to intentionally cut its tax bill.
Ed Miliband has repeatedly accused multi-national companies such as Starbucks and Google of failing to pay their full share of tax.
The latest accounts show LPPL, which is wholly owned by the Labour Party and whose directors include Iain McNicol, the Labour Party general secretary, received £1,189,000 in rent from 21 properties in 2011. Around forty per cent of the portfolio, worth £2.5m, is rented on the open market, while the other buildings are leased to local parties as offices and social clubs.
- Leicestershire police carry out search of office in Houses of Parliament
- It was part of an ongoing inquiry into non-recent child sexual abuse
- Greville Janner was a Leicestershire Labour MP from 1970 to 1997
The move came after police spent several days searching the 85-year-old politician’s home in Golders Green, north-west London, in December.
The widowed father of three, a Labour MP in Leicester from 1970 to 1997, has not been arrested in connection with the allegations and police have yet to send a full file of evidence to the CPS.
But preliminary papers have been served to prosecutors who are advising detectives on the progress of the investigation which started last year after a man came forward claiming he was abused as a teenager in the 1970s by Lord Janner.
The probe has been linked to pervert Frank Beck, who was found guilty of abusing more than 100 children in the 1970s and 1980s.
Beck, who ran three children’s homes in Leicestershire, was given five life sentences and died behind bars. Two hundred children complained they had been abused by him over 13 years to 1986.
In Beck’s 1991 trial, a 30-year-old man said he had been abused by Lord Janner, who was still an MP at the time, while he was in care aged 13. Lord Janner was not prosecuted and received cross-party support in the Commons when he said there was ‘not a shred of truth’ in the claims. Police rarely enter the Houses of Parliament because of the age-old principle of parliamentary privilege intended to guarantee politicians’ freedom of speech.
TWO city councillors have quit the ruling Labour group at the Guildhall.
Dean Kirk and Gill Kennett have formed their own Independent Labour group on the authority.
The move follows a decision by the Labour group to hand the pair indefinite suspensions for refusing to support its annual budget.
Councillor Kennett voted against the Labour group budget, while Councillor Kirk abstained.
A five-minute synopsis of the threat you and your family face from the criminal, corrupt and decadent regime that the fools keep voting for. (See first 6 minutes.):
A Labour Party Leader for the Corby Council of England has been caught downloading images of children being raped by paedophiles on the internet. Willie Smith was arrested by police after his Child Pornography ‘Stash’ was discovered which was so large it took up the space of Two computers.
Parents in the Kingswood area of Corby are said to be horrified, One parent claimed that she had voted for Labour Councillor Willie Smith and was horrified that she had voted for a man who enjoyed watching and making images of children being sexualy abused by pedophiles.
Police applied for a search warrant for Willie Smith’s home address on the Lloyds Estate where many families live with children. Parents Against paedophiles (PAP) representative for Northampton Angela Clarke commented, ”This takes the Labour paedophile list to 45 now. We aim to push the issue with every school and nursery about Labour party paedophile activities (PIE) by more than Ten previous Labour school governors, to keep them off school councils, organisations and other governing bodies. We informed schools in One area, of paedophile boy scout leader and child rapist Timothy Edmeades upon his release, within Three months, he was arrested for filming boys under Ten years old in the same area as before.”