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article imageENR and EVF patriotic protest groups announce merger

By Richard Milnes     Apr 30, 2013 in World
The English National Resistance and English Volunteer Force have announced that they will merge into one body under the name of the former.
An announcement appearing on the Britain First website, which is behind the ENR states, “Villages, towns and cities are being colonised and the native English displaced to make way for Islamic hordes.
“At the present time, nothing organised or significant stands between our beloved people and displacement, dispossession, colonisation, persecution and, eventually, oblivion.”
It intends “to mount a serious challenge to radical Islam and the traitors ruining our country.”
The new structure of the organisation is revealed, which splits England into the North, Midlands, South West, South East and London, each with two Regional Coordinators at the helm.
A ‘National Council’ of five senior figures will run the combined organisation, namely Jason Lock, Tony Curtis, Paul Pitt, Timmy Hoban and Paul Golding.
The announcement suggests that petty personal differences and quarrels that have hindered the pro-English groups in the past are being put to one side and efforts are being made to unite patriotic groups in their struggle, “No longer will we sit back and watch our country being raped!” The statement says, “All egos have been put aside, and the needs of the future have been placed at the forefront of the struggle.”
Examples of past protests
Previously Digital Journal reported on patriotic groups uniting to protest outside the house of the Al-Qaeda spiritual leader and terrorist, Abu Qatada, known as ‘Osama bin Laden’s right hand man in Europe’, who is living in the UK at the expense of the tax payer and later at a distance as close to his house as they could legally get after a court banned protests outside his house.
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