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article imageDavid Cameron backed organisation had Woolwich suspect as speaker

By Richard Milnes     Jun 1, 2013 in Crime
Video evidence has been discovered that links the British Prime Minister to Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo. Digital Journal is believed to be the first media outlet to break this story.
UAF backed by David Cameron
The British Prime Minister, David Cameron is a founding signatory of the far-left, extremist Unite Against Fascism (UAF) organisation, which has previously attacked political opponents with darts and clawhammers and has been involved in many violent confrontations with the British police.
As previously reported by Digital Journal, the UAF is believed to be a front group for the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) and has high-ranking SWP members as officers including Weyman Bennett and formerly Martin Smith (known as Comrade Delta in the alleged rape scandal). UAF also has a Muslim extremist, Azad Ali as vice-chair.
Woolwich suspect Michael Adebolajo was speaker at UAF Harrow rally
In the video footage, Michael Adebolajo, can be seen whipping up a largely young Muslim crowd attending a UAF demonstration outside Harrow mosque on the eighth anniversary of 9/11 before they violently attacked the British police. The purple banners of UAF can clearly be seen at the demonstration.
Michael Adebolajo  the  suspect  in the murder of Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby   speaking at a UAF dem...
Michael Adebolajo, the 'suspect' in the murder of Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby, speaking at a UAF demonstration in Harrow. The purple banner of the far-left, anti-English UAF (which is supported by British Prime Minister David Cameron) can be seen in the very left of the photo.
Due to the levels of violence and intimidation by the Cameron backed UAF, the British police caved in and cancelled a peaceful demonstration by an organisation called Stop the Islamification of Europe (SIOE) in case the UAF savages killed a police officer.
The leader of the mosque described UAF as “very irresponsible”.
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