The British Press and their obsession with labeling normie fans skinheads is endangering fans

The British Press, film industry and the Police who often use wild exaggerations, provocateurs or dis-ingenuity in their “investigations” might  end up the provoking deaths of innocent fans in Russia.

The Football Factory produced by Allan Niblo is a great example. This was watched all over the World, with foreign fans taking it quite literally that all white working class people were like that.

This film was produced in anticipation of working class outrage at high immigration. The tropes were beamed around the world and used internationally and domestically as a battering ram against the Gora.

If you watch this clip the music playing is “Swastiga eyes” by Primal Scream. That’s no accident.

English fans were ambushed in the Euros by Russian hooligans, pumped up on “beating the guys from the TV.”

Apparently the English Rozzers who were sent to monitor suspected neo-nazi hooligans ran away as English fans were attacked by Russians.

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That however didn’t stop the cowardly peelers using the situation to capitalize for Common Purpose. They used the footage from dropped cameras to convict people who had been “shouting slogans” when they were attacked. They use the label “football violence” to send white men down for longer in order to even the stats on sentencing. Scenes from Marseille were also used by the left to portray “Battered EDL” etc etc.

The guy in this video explains how Common Purpose uses this politically.

 

We should make films making Jews look really violent and say that they will just attack anyone and are racist. If it’s ok for them to do that to us it follows it’s ok to do the same thing.

The BBC is still pushing the same old narrative.

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