Britain First holds vigil for white victims of racist murders

Posted Feb 10, 2012 by Richard Milnes
On 8 February 2012, patriotic movement, Britain First, held a vigil outside the Houses of Parliament, in London, in order to demand equal recognition for the white, British victims of racist attacks.
Houses of Parliament  Westminster  London
Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London
Speaking about the recent imprisonment of Emma West ‘the Croydon tram lady’, for 'racist' remarks, Paul Golding, Chairman of Britain First said “...but Emma West is a case in point of the way native British people get treated by the establishment when they step, even a slight amount, out of line. But when it’s the other way around, it's a different story. It’s one rule for ethnic minorities, one rule for the British people - and that’s why we’re here demonstrating.
Two days earlier on 6 February, demonstrations were held outside Liverpool Crown Court, by various organisations, to highlight the issue of the grooming of white, British girls by Muslim gangs.
Two days before that on 4 February, a different patriotic organisation, the English Defence League (EDL) held a protest march in Leicester, to highlight the racist attack on Rhea Page and the lack of justice for white victims of racist attacks.