An event happened yesterday, I mentioned it in my blog post Disgraceful, where I mentioned that an extremist Muslim group were going to try and disrupt a Remembrance Day ceremony in Kensington. They did and produced quite a reaction, though possibly not one they quite expected, though no doubt they are unrepentant about that. I doubt the MAC (Muslims Against Crusaders) were even aware that the Ceremony also commemorates Muslim dead too, though even if they were I doubt it would stop this group.
Notice the missing outlet? That would be the BBC who for some strange reason seem very reluctant to mention the protest or indeed any story critical of the Religion of Peace. Even the MCB came out in criticism of the protest, and Labour MP Khalid Mahmood put the boot in saying "These people have no regard or respect for the people who are prepared to give their lives for the country, and if they don’t like it they can hop it and leave. They have these rights to protest that are afforded to them because people have given their lives up for those rights. To have these people behave like this is absolutely ridiculous. It’s complete nonsense and despicable."
Finally the truth comes out at the BBC... er no it doesn't.
"The founder of the English Defence League (EDL) has been charged with assaulting a police officer during a confrontation with Islamic protesters.