On Easter sunday, over 50 members & supporters of the Scottish Defence League, North West Infidels, & English Volunteer Force held a protest against “refugees” in the town centre of Wishaw.
The town was targeted for a demo because it had accepted Syrian immigrants.
Antifa organized a counter demonstration, mostly under the ‘Unite Against Fascism’ banner.
A large number of police kept the two sides separate.
The event concluded successfully & there were no arrests or incidents of violence.
On March 12th, over 50 nationalists marched in Blackpool against immigration & refugee invaders. The march was held by the North West Infidels, with members of the National Action, Pie & Mash Squad, C18 and others in attendance.
An unknown number of Polish hooligans attempted to attend but were stopped from doing so by the police.
A paltry 5 antifa showed up to counter protest, but were quickly sent running off. The march was otherwise unopposed.
Liverpool city center erupted into violence today as the North West Infidels, National Action, Polish hooligans (not NOP), South East Alliance & Pie & Mash Squad clashed with anti-white protesters outside St. George’s Hall.
Although police tried to keep the two groups apart, the patriots were heavily outnumbered and on at least two occasions a number of them broke through the police cordon and fought with anti-fascists.
A number of smoke bombs were hurled by the Polish, leading to loud bangs resounding around St George’s plateau.
Missiles – including bottles and cobblestones – were also thrown at the nationalist group, who threw them back into the crowd.
It led to a number of anti white protesters being struck by objects as they flew through the air, including a police officer who suffered concussion.
A source within the NWI says four enemy combatants were sent to the hospital. There was one injury, a minor stab wound, suffered by the nationalist side.
Finally, after a tense stand-off lasting nearly three hours, police managed to escort the far-right group back in the direction of Lime Street station. Nearby streets were cordoned off by riot vans and police with riot shields to separate the patriot group from anti-white protesters.
March of Honor and Remembrance: Athens, Greece
20 years after the tragic night of Imia, Greek Nationalists pay tribute to the Heroic Officers of our Navy and send the message of the National Resistance to those who continue to sell out the Greece
Imia ’96 I DO NOT FORGET: March of Honor and Remembrance
Saturday 30th of January 2016 – Time 7pm
Antens, Monument of Imia – In front of the Hellenic Armed Forces Officers’ Club
Unity Demo: Dover, United Kingdom
The North West Infidels, South East Alliance, National Front, Pie & Mash Squad and more……