Visions of a sad tomorrow. God help us, (and that's not, a cliché or catchphrase). As though marching in Dover is going to stop the inflow from those overseas or, standing against - stop, said to be, fascism?
No, it’s divide and conquerors new false flagging. Direct infiltrators even. (Certainly historically).
Militant Left and Anarchists need focus for action. The Right - seeing no mainstream recourse - walkabout Dover. For what strategic purpose? To have a fight with opposing view-ers? Vent their urgency and anger? Somehow think it’ll bring wider support? Put off migrants or refugees? Change Government policy? (As if policy is theirs).
Only by waking to the politics behind the politics, does anyone see how this kind of skirmish today, is the planners dream, and their delight. They hate everyone and see this, as a demonstration of that. All “look how (they) must be locked down and up” material. “More, more”, they shout.
From a sociological assessment, numbers and trends, the Nationalists should have a cause that significantly grows but walking into Luton like they do, in their thoughtless huddles. Or, these kinds of marches; probably show they’re struggling to get past a certain threshold. And why? For about the past five years as they re-jigged their organisation, newbies have found them as a home. But now it’s self-sabotage time. Have something worth saying (or at least worth hearing), but mix it with madness. The cross carrying is particularly blind.
Well, that’s my overall guess/suspicion.
The anti-Nazi’s etc, have less activist - get-out-there people - to start with. Gone the days when they were almost the only protesters in town. They have a kind of assumed cultural appeal to middle-class multitudes, with a large swath of the working-class too. But out of these, who’s got the ideological drive or bottle, to join them?
Rather than either finding actions in a strategy for growth. Both have found the usual some ones/others, to fight. “That’ll do” you can hear them both say. Left to stop the Right. Nationalists; trying to claim back the ground they feels been lost.
But not-NWO aware? Not at all. Spoke to enough who’d be anti-fascist - and not heard a whisper of sense from the Britain for Britain lot. Not ones who’d march in Dover.
Grieve. We are all, being set-up. Immigration an excuse with some reason to fight but among ourselves. Like that?