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Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Searchlight: The growing Islamophobic international

How bizarre and ironic! Nick Lowles, the Commie/Stalinist Internationalist, accuses the EDL of being... well, internationalist. What happened to the EDL, etc. being 'little Englanders'? Searchlight, UAF, etc. are desperate to get something - which will stick - on the EDL. Perhaps they should employ a Daily Star undercover journalist.

Author: Nick Lowles, September 2010, from Searchlight

The English Defence League might, as its very name suggests, be grounded in a nationalist defence of English identity, but as an organisation it views itself as part of an international fight.
For an organisation that perceives itself as defending the very essence of “Englishness”, the English Defence League has been quick to build links with likeminded groups around the globe.

EDL representatives have addressed anti-Islamic gatherings in Sweden and Germany, they are co-organising a demonstration in the Netherlands and will, this month, attend a protest against a planned Islamic centre near Ground Zero in New York.

For the EDL leadership, more than to most of its followers, the defence of English identity is interwoven with the religious battle against Islam, which they perceive as the biggest threat to western civilisation.

The driving force behind these links are two men who have been guiding the EDL from the shadows, Alan Lake and his close friend whom we know only as “Kinana”.

The two men are believed to have met at Kensington Temple, in Notting Hill Gate, west London, which belongs to the Elim Pentecostal Church, a protestant evangelical church, elements of which have attracted controversy for their hardline views on Christianity, homosexuality and Islam.

It is believed that Lake has moved away from the church but Kinana has maintained his links.

Last year, soon after the EDL was formed, Lake attended an anti-Islamic conference in Sweden hosted by the far-right Swedish Democrats. “We are catching a baby at the start of gestation,” said Lake.

Describing the need to build a credible street army, built around football hooligans, Lake said: “Football fans are a potential source of support. They are a hoi polloi that gets off their backsides and travels to a city and they are available before and after matches.”

In a bizarre posting on his 4Freedoms website, Lake recently argued that those who are either responsible for allowing Islamification to spread in Britain or refuse to confront it will be made to live in the Islamic enclaves that will develop in 20 or 30 years.

“By forcing these liberal twits into these enclaves we will send them to their deaths at worst, and at best they and their families will be subjected to all the depredations, persecutions and abuse that non-Muslims worldwide currently enjoy.”

Lake goes on to encourage supporters to draw up lists of those who should be sent to these enclaves. For good measure he starts the ball rolling by listing the Archbishop of Canterbury, Prime Minister David Cameron and the Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg.

Lake is a key adviser to the EDL leadership, particularly “Tommy Robinson” and Portsmouth-based Tommy Kelway.

Now, under Lake’s advice, the hooligans of the EDL are beginning to spread their wings overseas using their own hooligan networks.

Foreign “Defence League” groups are springing up on Facebook, some with substance, others just internet groups, but more important links are now emerging. The EDL, and its related groups across the globe, will be holding events in numerous countries to mark the anniversary of the 9/11 a

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