The notorious anti-British Muslim extremist Abu Izzadeen who works at Yummy Yummy sweet shop at 158 Mile End Road has allegedly intimidated and threatened Paul Golding, chairman of the patriotic political movement ‘Britain First’.
Britain First had given the Metropolitan Police until Wednesday 6pm to arrest the anti-British, Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary. The deadline has now passed and Choudary is not thought to have been arrested, so Britain First have launched a manhunt.
Britain First has called upon all British patriots, regardless of what organisation they may be associated with, to come down to Downing Street on Saturday, 6 October at 11am to demonstrate for “justice for victims of Muslim grooming”.
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.
In a press release email circular, the Britain First patriotic, political campaigning organisation has announced the launch of a ‘Scotland says NO!’ campaign, by what it describes as “Scotland’s only real pro-Unionist political party.”