Immediately after the debacle of the so-called March for England in Brighton on St George’s Day, the fascist forums have been full of talk of a revenge attack. Soon after they were run out of town, they settled on today as the day they would strike back. Having realised that they will never again manage a provocative march successfully, they have declared a secretive strategy. They will turn up without their usual motifs, flags, and conspicuous sense of 1980s fashion for an unofficial trip to the seaside. They’ve settled on today because there are lots of left-wing style demonstrations expected in town, notably a street party by UKUncut and another by Smash EDO. They’re expected to physically attack these two events. They’re also expected to identify protestors there, follow them and attack them when convenient.
Originally the fascist plan had been to rendezvous this morning at Yates’s (that’s how they spell it) on West Street at 11:00am. I’m sure I wasn’t the only person who contacted Yates to ask if they would consider refusing to serve the fascists. Yates decided to close for the day. Closing on a Saturday must represent a substantial loss of revenue for Yates’s, so they should be congratulated for this move. Although it’s not the sort of place I would normally go to, I’ll make a point of buying a drink in there at some point now.
In an attempt to hide their moves, the fascists have deleted their various web pages advertising this marauding maneouvre. Please consider attending one of the demonstrations and keep an eye out for troublemakers. Please film everyone, so that if anyone is attacked, we can identify them. With weight of numbers, we may be manage the situation. The police are particularly overstretched this weekend.