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The Battle of Dover

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Not only are the British and other Europeans forced to accept mass immigration, but if and when they get incensed enough to demonstrate against it, they can expect a visit from the various groups — some of them state and trade-union funded — that make up the antifa, with the inevitable violence that this leads to.

We saw this pattern repeated yet again at Dover where around 200 anti-immigration demonstrators were recently confronted by a roughly equal number of antifa.

Because of the attentions of the antifa, the simple act of publicly voicing opposition to mass immigration tends to select for a certain type, one who is not adverse to a bit of violence himself. Anti-immigration protesters have to be robust and ready to “handle themselves” in difficult situations. This, of course, suits the purpose of the antifa, who wish to stigmatize anyone who opposes mass immigration or migrant invasions as a thuggish “neo-nazi” A compliant media helps to drive this message home.


By creating as much anarchy, violence, and unpleasantness as possible, the antifa hope to prevent the vast silent majority of relatively normal people from joining these demonstrations. In that respect, the antifa fulfil their purpose and have already, in a sense, won their victory just by turning up.

But there are signs that keeping the lid on opposition to immigration in this way is starting to unravel. The Pegida movements that have spread to several European countries have taken to the streets but are working hard to avoid the street thug image, wrapping their message in heavily Christian symbolism. A similar strategy was also followed by Britain First, who recently marched through an Islamized part of Bury, white crosses in hand, in a disciplined and effective operation designed to “trigger” Muslims into revealing their arrogance and contempt for the native English.

In addition to nationalists adopting new and more effective tactics, another problem for the pro-immigration antifa Left is that they seem to be having trouble attracting or mobilizing the right kind of people to fight their street battles. Back in the 1980s and ’90s, this essentially middle class movement could rely on tough, radicalized trade unionists, with experience in picket lines and other forms of physical confrontation, to provide the necessary working class muscle.

But thanks to Britain’s neoliberal economy and its dependency on immigrant labour, the radical working class whites, who provided the most effective contingent in the antifa ranks, have become an endangered species, forcing the antifa to rely more heavily on “soft” middle class anarchist types and a few non-whites, whose evident lack of martial spirit is the reason their countries were colonized by Britain in the first place and hence one of the reasons they are now in the UK.


By contrast, the nationalist, anti-immigrant side, although vilified and politically disenfranchised by the current system, still enjoys connections with the white working class, and is able to recruit the kind of lads who are more than a match for the average antifa.

The events at Dover seem to bear this out, with antifa coaches being attacked and damaged at a stop on the way to Dover, while in the town itself the antifa came off worse in various skirmishes, as Civil Liberty reported.

On the day, about 200 ‘anti-fascists’ gathered in Dover listening to speeches by black Labour MP, Diane Abbott, and Weyman Bennett, a black SWP Trotskyite from the far-left Unite Against Fascism campaign group, among others.

A similar number of nationalist protesters also gathered with large numbers of police officers, some in riot gear, and police vans, keeping the two sides apart.

Apparently, a large group of anarchists left during Bennett’s turgid speech and attempted to confront the nationalist protesters before their march started.

They were met by a smaller group of nationalists, who routed the anarchists in hand-to-hand fighting. A small group of anarchists were trapped after the street fighting and had to be given police protection for their own safety.

Civil Liberty also reported that the day ended with a short rally by the nationalist protesters who claimed victory.


For too long the antifa have been able to inhibit legitimate anti-immigrant protests and have them characterized as violent and atypical — even though it has almost always been the Left who start any violence.


It is ironic then that by serving the globalist neoliberal elite in this way, they have effectively destroyed one of the bases of their own strength, the radicalized unionized white working class; while the immigration threat they have facilitated also seems to be having a galvanizing effect on the still relatively small numbers of Britons who realize they are involved in an existential struggle for survival.


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  1. Runar
    Posted February 8, 2016 at 12:31 pm | Permalink

    Antifa has got a history, and are as international as their kin, Communism and Socialism. There is lacking in-depth studies how these have fared in the separate countries. If anyone come up with such a work, they will be awfully hurt.
    Communism, both Marxist-Leninism and Maoism have always been small in our north european countries, but I have seen how Labour, here in Norway have used resources developed by the extreme and 0,2 % large communist party. And it has gone on for over a century. The small communist parties or projects are able to gather good brains to indoctrinate and these ends up in good positions in media and politics – and are suddenly moderates. These small projects are governed and they are used as radicalization camps.

    Remember it was a Bernstein, a jewish friend of Marx, who founded that democratic socialism which became the various Labour parties. He even had the guts to call it Evolutionary socialism, but this naming was not followed by the camerades.

    Antifa and other projects which may fill their roles are not weak. They get support from finance, media and politicians. They should have been exposed to the full now as the outsourcing and immigration waves tells so loud what socialism really think of workers, but it doesn’t fully sink in.

    And what about this so-called war against capitalism? Have any socialist Party ever questioned usury or the existence of stock markeds?

    There us a lot of material to use against them, but for Antifa i would have paroles in any demonstration where they would show up, and these paroles would read like :
    “End racism – End Antifa”
    “Protect democracy and right of speech – End Antifa”.
    No fascist interruptions to legal political activity – End Antifa”.

    I think these direct and easy words could be efficient in both refuting their accuses and also point at their psychopath manners.

  2. R_Moreland
    Posted February 5, 2016 at 4:42 am | Permalink

    We’re in a struggle, no doubt about it.

    I’d like to see more articles like this, with tactics and how to exploit confrontations via agitprop and info ops. People rally to strength, and a victory in the streets pays off in recruiting for the movement.

    There are lessons to be learned, especially in maintaining physical fitness, training for martial arts, and practicing street formations.

    Apparently, a large group of anarchists left during Bennett’s turgid speech and attempted to confront the nationalist protesters before their march started.

    Ironic, is it not? That “anarchists” are supporting the globalized capitalist corporate system. Speaking of people who call themselves “anarchists,” how well do they fare in third world countries? When they are in a country with a third world majority, do the third worlders support the dismantling of hierarchies and respect the rights of “anarchist.” (I wonder if Bakunin or Proudhon would recognize what are termed “anarchists” today?)

  3. Posted February 3, 2016 at 6:21 am | Permalink

    “Do we seriously think that this morning David Cameron is reconsidering his open-door immigration policy, simply because a few Antifa demonstrators got a bit of a kicking from angry patriots who subsequently went home again like good little boys and girls? No, he will be chuckling to himself at the short-sightedness and futility of our actions. He will arrange for a few more police officers to be on duty next time there is one of our telegraphed ‘Dover demos’, but otherwise, nothing will change. Nothing will change until we have the wherewithal to occupy Dover and permanently hold the port, and not just Dover, but every port of any size along the south coast. Nothing will change until we have the manpower to stop and search every vehicle passing through those ports and in doing so permanently halt the surface invasion of our homeland.”

    Read on for serious analysis of this incident and what we really need to do. This commentary is long-overdue:

  4. Posted February 3, 2016 at 1:45 am | Permalink

    The fight back needs all types of action. The Dover demonstration is one way of resisting the invasion, and so is spreading the word on the Internet. We must adopt Mao’s dictum: “Let a hundred flowers bloom”. The refugee crisis has highlighted an immigration problem that was already out of control throughout Europe. The encouraging thing is that anti-invasion activists are getting their message across. Making a noise, standing in elections, and simply stating our case are all important tactics. Angela Merkel has changed her tune and even the Swedes are considering deportation. All things are possible.

  5. Titus
    Posted February 3, 2016 at 12:05 am | Permalink

    We should consider ourselves lucky that the foot soldiers of the radical left are pampered, effete, weaklings.

    It makes everything so much easier, the last thing we need to do is have a rehash of the Battle of Cable Street.

  6. anon
    Posted February 2, 2016 at 11:26 pm | Permalink

    Interesting point. By assisting in the stealth genocide of the working class population antifa have made themselves weaker.

    • Gladiator
      Posted February 4, 2016 at 11:15 am | Permalink

      Open door policy of mass immigration by successive UK governments have diluted this pool of potential political and even effective voting weapon in general elections to non traditional parties.

      Ironically the black Labour MPs speakers were a contradiction as to what antifa stands for. Ben R. this new British Working class fighters need a leading figure as simple as that, and soon!

  7. Ben R
    Posted February 2, 2016 at 9:58 pm | Permalink

    This article is lacking a conclusion, it started building on these points and abruptly ended. No judgements, no predictions, just – antifa are a paper tiger. Ok… Therefore? You started talking about pegida, neo nazis, Britain first. Where do we go from here?

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