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article imageBritain First may fight European elections in May 2014

By Richard Milnes     Jan 1, 2014 in Politics
The patriotic political movement ‘Britain First’ has asked its supporters whether they support the idea of fighting the European elections in May 2014.
On its website, Britain First has posted the following statement, “In late May 2014, a mere six months time, elections to the European Parliament take place.
“Should we seize this opportunity with both hands, all pull together and propel Britain First into pole position, or not?”
So far Britain First has not stood for any elections and its activities have been solely as a patriotic protest group. They have held various demonstrations and run campaigns on matters that concern the British people.
Britain First has come into the media spotlight recently after confronting and disrupting the activities of several notorious anti-British Muslim extremists.
Recently Britain First were involved in a counter protest against a rally by the Islamist extremist, British born traitor Anjem Choudary.
Previously the Britain First group had issued an ultimatum to the Metropolitan Police to arrest Anjem Choudary after he was named as one of the individuals to have radicalised UAF speaker Michael Adebolajo, one of the convicted killer’s of Drummer Lee Rigby. British Prime Minister David Cameron’s name still appears on the UAF list of shame as a founding signatory to Michael Adebolajo’s group.
Instead of arresting Anjem Choudary as expected the Metropolitan Police instead decided to take him into protective custody.
The BBC have been heavily criticised for giving Anjem Choudary publicity after he was interviewed about the murder of Lee Rigby.
Britain First have also undertaken a campaign to put pressure on another anti-British Muslim extremist Abu Izzadeen, both outside his place of work, the Yummy Yummy sweetshop at 158 Mile End Road and his taxpayer funded council house at 18 Brierley Road, Leytonstone.
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