Saturday 19 July 2014

Ultra-right SEA sent packing by united Cricklewood community today

Between 7 to 15  far-right  Islamophobic South East Alliance members attempted to march in Cricklewood today and were met by between 300 and 400 local people standing up for their communiy, including Brent Council leader Muhammed Butt and the prospective parliamentary candidate for Brent Central Dawn Butler.

The counter demonstration was organised by umbrella group North West London United and was supported by hundreds of local residents, trade unionists as well as religious leaders and councillors.
A lively samba band accompanied the anti-racists introducing a note of celebration of Cricklewood's diversity into the event.


Anonymous said...

Does the 7-15 include the dog?

Kilburn Unemployed Workers Group said...

The phrase 'wet behind the ears' comes to mind for the SEA activitists shown in the first photo.

Swheatie of the KUWG

Anonymous said...

It was witnessed at the return of the S.E.A. to kilburn station that Paul Pitt and a collegue were speaking and laughing with a few police officers, after a short while Paul Pitt and his friend were walked across Cavindish Avenue carrying flags, they all walked into the forecourt f the petrol station. Paul Pitt and his friend were waiting a few meters away from the police officers. A number of police carriers drove onto the forecourt and Paul Pitt and his friend got into one of the police carriers and were driven off. Was this an arrest?

Anonymous said...

No it was a chauffeur service