Britain First protesters march from outside the official residence of the Prime Minister to Parliament Square, just yards away from where approximately 1,000 Muslim extremists were protesting.
Britain First gives Muslim extremists a dose of their own medicine
Inspired by the burning of American and British flags (not to mention the burning of poppies) at past Muslim extremist demonstrations in London, the march “ended with the ceremonious burning of the Saudi Arabian flag of Islamic hate and expansionism.”
Britain First in Parliament Square in front of the statue of Sir Winston Churchill.
Patriots trying to unite and work together
Paul Golding, Chairman of Britain First commented “The whole day was an unqualified success for British patriotism, and I would like to thank the disciplined delegation from the English Defence League who helped to bolster the numbers.”
“I would also like to thank the unattached patriots who attended. All in all, there was a spirit of reconciliation, unity and cooperation, and no complaint was made by me or Britain First to the clothing and presence of activists from the EDL or other groups – this was a day for the whole movement and the Cause!”
Mr Golding went on to say, “Unless patriots from all organisations can cooperate on certain issues, then the whole Cause is doomed.”