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IRA MARCH STOPPED BY LOYALISTS IN LIVERPOOL!



BPP activists, North West Infidels and supporters of other British Nationalist groups combined with Loyalists and the Combined Ex Services group and successfully stopped supporters of a memorial march to the dead IRA member 'Sean Whelan' from passing through the centre of Liverpool yesterday, February 18th 2012.

At least 400 people gathered in the city centre to wait for this offensive demonstration to pass the War Memorial as smaller groups scoured the city to find them but when the march didn't appear, the protesters broke up into smaller groups to look for the march. Red coaches bring the IRA supporters into the city were smashed up and the march was stopped after only going about 200 yards from their march off point. The police kettled in our supporters around the city in order for the IRA/reds to safely leave the area.

This was a brilliant and well organised activity and showed that when we want to, we British Nationalists can all work together, regardless of petty differences, to defeat our enemies.

TOGETHER WE ARE STRONG - SMASH THE IRA!




Above: Some of the posters taken by the BPP for demonstrators to carry


Below: Some images of the day, well done to all who attended!































Below:

The IRA/reds bleat about their day of woe!









Below: The IRA march organisers' Press Release:



PRESS RELEASE RE: VOL. SEAN PHELAN COMMEMORATION - CLARIFICATION STATEMENT.



by Liverpool Irish Patriots Republican Flute Band on Sunday, 19 February 2012 at 21:38 ·

UPDATE PRESS RELEASE

19TH FEBRUARY 2011

RE: VOL. SEAN PHELAN COMMEMORATION - CLARIFICATION STATEMENT
 

Following on from our Press Release of the 18th February 2012, in the wake of yesterday's Annual Vol. Sean Phelan Commemoration. We in Cairde Na hEireann Liverpool would like to make the following points:

* Yesterday's Commemoration was the target of a combined group consisting of the English Defence League, British National Party, British People's Party, Infidels of Britain, Football Hooligans, Independent Orange Order, individual members of Loyalist Flute Bands associated with the Orange Order in Liverpool, United Kingdom Independence Party, and a variety of ex-service British Servicemen Associations including ex-Kings Regiment.

* In the run up to the event the above groups and individuals led a concerted campaign aimed at Liverpool City Council and Merseyside Police to ban this legal annual event on the misleading grounds that this was an 'IRA MARCH'.

* On the day of the Commemoration itself  a group of Loyalists (30-40) placed themselves at the assembly point waving Union Flags and at one point, blocked the road that the Commemoration was due to march down. Merseyside Police re-routed the Commemoration around this but half way through the proposed route into Liverpool City Centre, this group of Loyalists followed alongside the commemoration and for a sustained period launched a tirade of racist and sectarian insults at bands and marchers while Merseyside Police failed to intervene, make arrests or ensure that this group were properly dealt with by use of race hate laws. Instead, Loyalist were allowed to sneer and jeer during the route into Liverpool City Centre while being protected by a line of Police Officers.

* In Liverpool City Centre at the end point of the Commemoration, several hundred individuals/members of the above groups had occupied Derby Square, determined that the Commemoration would not be allowed to peacefully and legally finish. On the edge of Liverpool City Centre, the Commemoration was halted by Merseyside Police. After discussions with Merseyside Police that they feared that they would not be able to safely police the situation and threatening to proscribe the commemoration if we as organisers continued to proceed, and also hearing reports that windows of 2 coaches of traveling bands had been smashed, we decided to re-route the commemoration back through the Vauxhall area of Liverpool and end with an outdoor rally. 

* It is Cairde Na hEireann's view that all communities in Liverpool should be able to live in peace and harmony and that the right's of the Irish Community in Liverpool to peacefully organise and assemble are protected by the Civil Authority's and Police. Not to do so, increases the confidence of racists and bigots from within racist and far-right political parties/organisations, and increases the risks to other communities in Liverpool in the future and the wider community as a whole if race hate and intolerance is allowed to flourish and go unchecked.
 
* Yesterday's events underline our view that the various protests were racist and sectarian in nature and that the cover used by racists to stop an 'IRA MARCH' was used as a means to increase tension and target the Irish Community specifically.

* Cairde Na hEireann urges those members of the public who attended the Commemoration who were victims of racist and sectarian abuse to report the matter to Merseyside Police and ensure that the matter is dealt with as 'hate crime' when making statements.
 
* Cairde Na hEireann in the following days will be holding wide ranging discussions with Merseyside Police, Liverpool City Council, Trade Unions and anti racist/fascist organisations to ensure that Irish Community rights to peacefully assemble and be culturally and politically active are respected and protected. We will also ensure that the Irish Community in the future is to the fore in any anti-racist/fascist activity.

 


PRESS RELEASE RE: VOL. SEAN PHELAN COMMEMORATION - CLARIFICATION STATEMENT



























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