“Your first job is to believe you can change it,” declared For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters as around 3,000 people descended on Birmingham city centre for the first Football Lads Alliance march of 2018.
A more concrete avowal from the FLA of the necessity to speak openly about the effects of Islam on society could not have been made. Waters did not equivocate and spelt out in no uncertain terms the dark historical moment in which Britain is situated. Waters charged the EU with importing “hell on earth” allowing “people to be killed and raped in the streets.” She pointed out the absurdity that politicians “don’t seem to care about offending millions of us,” but recoil from the idea of the slightest sign of offence felt by the Muslim community.
After detailing the blind eye turned to mass gang rape of English children at the hands of predominantly Muslims of Pakistani heritage, Waters said: “I can feel a change coming in this country” and that “people like Tommy, myself and other people are being vindicated. We were right and the people who agreed with us were right.”
The ardent gathering then heard a speech from Aline Moras, a member of Generation Identity Germany and part of the viral 120 Decibel campaign which has raised awareness of the plague of migrant rapes in Germany and throughout Europe. Aline highlighted the hypocrisy of #metoo femininity which completely ignores negative aspects of non-white masculinity. The 23-year-old activist did not miss the chance to tell how the climate of political correctness had led to women subverting their own instincts and abnegating their right to personal safety. In a story similar to events recollected by Douglas Murray in The Strange Death of Europe, Aline revealed women in Germany often lie or do not report being attacked for fear of being labelled a racist.
Across town the splinter DFLA event in Victoria Square attracted a similar number of people and, as with the FLA event, it passed off peacefully without a single arrest. In this second show of patriotism, the crowd again mingled freely before reefs were laid at the nearby cathedral in what was a largely sober and politely conducted affair which also shone a light on the Justice4the21 campaign.
With numbers well down on London, it remains to be seen whether the FLA and DFLA can once again unite to match the amazing numbers they summoned in 2017. The speeches at both rallies were strong, truthful and resolute but once again, not enough people came to hear their message.
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