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Monday, 6 December 2010

Unite Against Freedom (UAF)

Unite Against Fascism is an 'anti-fascist organisation in the United Kingdom that campaigns against right wing and fascist organisations in Britain'. It is against all examples of fascism except brown fascism, black fascism, Islamo-fascism, Arab fascism, red fascism and other such fascisms.

It says that ‘brown oppressed people can never be fascist or racist’ and that ‘only white people can be fascists and racists’ (the Israelis are ‘white’, apparently). Commentators have responded by saying that ‘the SWP red fascists are white’. The leader of UAF replied to this by saying that ‘white people are brown and black if they are fighting for oppressed brown and black people’.

UAF says its aim is to ‘campaign with the aim of alerting British society to the rising threat of the extreme right, in particular the far right British National Party gaining an electoral foothold in this country’. UAF has said that ‘it would prefer if the Socialist Workers Party gained an electoral foothold in this country instead’ and that ‘it is not in its remit to alert British society to the rising threat of the extreme left’ (or the fascist tactics and beliefs of Islamists and Muslim terrorists). This is partly because extreme-left anti-Semitism and Islamic anti-Semitism is not racism because, as stated earlier, Jews are both ‘white’ and ‘oppressors’.

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