Op-Ed: Poll — Should the UAF be banned?

Posted Dec 22, 2013 by Richard Milnes
In light of the conviction of UAF speaker Michael Adebolajo this week, we want to know your thoughts on the extremist group.
File photo: Demonstration by Unite Against Fascism in  Leeds
File photo: Demonstration by Unite Against Fascism in Leeds
The far-left anti-British UAF group wreaked havoc on 1 June 2013 when they attacked peaceful demonstrators. The police arrested 58 UAF activists.
On 7 September 2013, 150 UAF were arrested for diverting from their agreed route in Tower Hamlets, presumably to confront and/or attack the EDL.
On 1 September 2012, the police allowed violence by Cameron’s UAF against a peaceful march by the EDL.
Police are not thought to have been working to bring those involved to justice and probably did not trawl through hours of CCTV in a bid to track down those responsible.
Officers did not welcome the jail terms handed down to the yobs because there weren’t any handed down.
Should the UAF be banned? Or should the British police continue to overwhelmingly turn a blind eye to its violence and intimidation as it is supported by British Prime Minister David Cameron and much of the British establishment?
Have your say
You can vote by saying Yes (banned) or No (not banned) in the comments section below. Please feel free to elaborate by giving reasons why they should or should not be banned.
This article is a parody of an article appearing in the politically correct ‘Express & Star’.