Not the new official Jewish division. The other one, the one that got dropped for being psychopathic, not the new one run by a guy in freaking CANADA, the one who escorts Stephen Lennon to demonstrations and dress him as a Rabbi like a witless doll. It’s confusing but that’s not our fault, we aren’t the cartoon characters that run the EDL we just laugh at it. Its the one with ROBERTA in anyway.
“Lennon denied assault and claimed during his speech he had harangued another man, also called Alan, an Alan Smith, from Newcastle, who was a member of an EDL splinter group, the North East Infidels, intent on causing trouble.
The court heard from two police officers, Pc Paul Green and Pc Andrew Sumner, who told the court they were on hand when the incident happened. Both maintained they clearly saw Lennon headbutt Mr McKee.
After a day-long trial District Judge Peter Ward said he believed the police officers and convicted Lennon of common assault. Sentencing was adjourned until November 3 when police will apply for a criminal Asbo (Anti-social behaviour order) to prevent Lennon attending EDL rallies.
Outside court, Lennon said: “It’s a fit-up. They are fabricating evidence. I have had ongoing harassment. All this is about getting an Asbo that will ban me from demonstrations and protests. It is meant to be a democracy but this is a stitch-up.”
ORLY? No I don’t think so Stephen, I think you lost your temper and did it and you must tell your Jewish division you are denying guilt and appealing your conviction because they haven’t had the party line memo. “The man he head butted was a Neo Nazi any way, and he DESERVED to be head butted”.
If Stephen had been arrested for inciting racial and religious hatred, that, at least would have been a half assed strategic plan but no, he nutted some one (one of their own) because he’s a short tempered, not very bright, football hooligan and the EDL is his personal version of mafia wars or summat. And that’s the best the EDLs got. PPffffft I found a comment on a newspaper article which summed up the leadership farce which I liked:
“It seems violence and thuggery on our streets is OK as long as it agrees with your prejudices.
What is telling is that EDL supporters do not criticise their Leader’s behaviour in this case but seek to justify it. To EDL supporters this sort of behaviour is clearly well within the bounds of acceptability.”
Many thanks to Luther Blisset & Janie Jones