December 19, 2018

UK: Police crackdown on fake Nazi problem amid wave of acid attacks and terror

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, I reported on news from the UK where six active members of a neo-Nazi group were arrested and sentenced to five years in prison.

I first heard about this story in a tweet from the Crown Prosecution Service in the UK:

Six people, including a couple, who were active members of a banned neo-Nazi group that glorified Hitler and the Third Reich have been jailed today. PHOTO: Adam Thomas posing with a machete and cushions found in the home he shared with Claudia Patatas.

I’m pretty attuned to political shenanigans in the UK, as I’ve gotten to know Tommy Robinson and the problems there. Lots of Muslim terrorism; lots of acid attacks and knife crime. London is now more dangerous than New York City. But I hadn’t heard of Nazi crime.

Now, to be fair, one of these people had a terrorist manual on their laptop. But in one year alone, 55,000 Muslims in the UK downloaded Al Qaida’s magazine, Inspire, which had all sorts of terrorist plans.

Which, I think, is why the police went after the Nazis. There’s just a handful of them, and from what I can tell, they hadn’t actually done anything violent.

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commented 2018-12-20 08:12:18 -0500
I judge words to be less important then actions when trying to protect society. UK Nazis are not a threat because they are a wordy lot who I dislike for their antisemitism & pro white racism but they are not the ones who should be arrested as much as the courts, politicians & real terrorists who they support from the Muslim Brotherhood Jihad. It is time to rip the guts out of European No-go-zones or they will become India first and Lebanon in the second phase of terrorist jihad.
commented 2018-12-20 03:01:27 -0500
Only logical conclusion is that they do not want to crack down on the real problem.Instead they create a false crisis to try and distract the sheep.
commented 2018-12-20 01:37:42 -0500
Always easier and safer to go after the low hanging fruit- like registered gun owners. Who the hell wants to tangle with street gangs?
commented 2018-12-19 13:47:41 -0500
Not sure why the left would hate Nazi’s. They have many of the same friends and goals. Unless it undercuts their favorite got when losing an argument. Calling those they can’t debate “Fascists and Nazi’s”? Like the ironically named Fascist-Anti’s, “Antifa”.

“Terrorism, the Skorzeny Syndrome, is flourishing in the modern world, a reminder that Hitler and Nazism are still taking their toll more than three decades after the Third Reich collapsed.”

— Glenn B. Infield, biographer of Nazi commander Otto Skorzeny
On November 28, 1941, Adolf Hitler and Arab leader Mohammed Amin al-Husaini had a pivotal 90-minute meeting. New research has revealed that Hitler and the Mufti verbally cemented a pact to exterminate the Jewish population in Europe and in the Middle East."

“It was Skorzeny who trained Arab volunteers in guerrilla warfare tactics to use against the British troops stationed in the Suez Canal zone. Palestinian refugees also received commando training, and Skorzeny planned their initial strikes into Israel via the Gaza Strip in 1953-1954.
One of these young Palestinians was Yasser Arafat, who went on to become the leader of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).”