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EDL demo Dudley

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EDL demo Dudley

Time: February 7, 2015 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Dudley
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Event Type: demo, edl
Organized By: EDL
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2015

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The EDL will be holding a National demo in Dudley against the building of a super mosque there.

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Comment by Kinana on February 15, 2015 at 13:07

The English Defence League Dudley Demonstration links for the all of the five speeches. No Surrender! 

EDL Dudley – This Is not Islamabad – Ian Crossland 7th February 2015

EDL Dudley - A Temple to Pedophilia - Mark Robinson 7th Febuary 2015 

EDL Dudley – Minority Muslims Want a Super Mosque - Tim Burton 7th February 2015 

EDL Dudley - Islamic Call to Prayer is a War Cry – Martyn 7th Feb 2015 

EDL Dudley – The Barbaric, Savage Religion that is Islam – Paul Weston 7th February 2015

Comment by Kinana on February 15, 2015 at 13:06

Comment by Kinana on February 5, 2015 at 13:29

On Saturday the UAF are to start their counter with us at 11am they are meeting by the Earl of Dudley statue in Castle street. And Dudley Council have set up a 'dedicated protest line' hahahaha! so for concerns and updates the number to call is 07824 824 468. I might give em a few calls between now and Saturday to voice my concerns! haha.N.S.

Comment by Kinana on February 5, 2015 at 13:27

The English Defence League is coming to Dudley this Saturday, 7 February.

First demo of the year. EDL foot soldiers are needed in Dudley. Here’s why:

•• Dudley is your average English town – nothing to make it stand out nationally – but that doesn’t stop it from being loved by the Black Country people who call it home

•• Dudley is like your town and my town. It’s our equivalent of “Hometown, USA”. More than 

•• When a home town like Dudley is under threat, the threat reaches into houses and into families and into hearts. The present threat has a name: it’s the Islamification of home towns like Dudley

•• Dudley has invited the EDL to support its struggle against another mosque – the town’s eighth. If we can help stop this mosque we will be helping protect a home town and its families. A home town like yours. Families like yours.

While we are in Dudley, we’ll be demonstrating FOR England, FOR freedom and FOR our English future. And we’ll also be protesting AGAINST a barrage of assaults on us: Muslim rape gangs, halal, Trojan Horse schools, the burka, returning jihadis, sharia law, men treating women as second class, uncontrolled mass immigration. The list goes on. And on.
Just Wednesday this week, yet another report on Rotherham – and they STILL haven’t charged any of the men who abused the 1,400 English girls! The EDL won’t let them forget.

People ask “What is the English Defence League actually defending?” Assuming that’s not a smart-arse question, let’s begin a list here. Each item could be a post in itself. And every one of them has been the subject of many books.

Winston Churchill kicked off our list in 1939: "The essential aspects of democracy are the freedom of the individual, within the framework of laws passed by Parliament, to order his life as he pleases, and the uniform enforcement of tribunals independent of the executive. The laws are based on Magna Carta, Habeas Corpus, The Petition of Rights and others. Without this foundation there can be no freedom… As long as these rights are defended the foundation of freedom are secure…" Islam would demolish all these.

What else are we, the EDL, defending? Our belief in the democratic process, freedom of the press, freedom of expression, equality of opportunity, the presumption of innocence, small government, the individual before the group, religious freedom, trial by jury, the rights of the child, our Christian heritage. Again, Islam would do away with all these.

Join us on Saturday 7 February in the defence of Dudley and in the defence of England – our rich heritage, our proud history and our threatened future. Bring the whole family. Bring posters protesting the mosque or other aspects of the Islamification of Britain.

Comment by Kinana on February 5, 2015 at 13:13

The following are our ten issues for the Dudley demo.
1. The proposed eighth – and biggest – mosque for Dudley

How can Dudley Sunnis need a supermosque? With only 6% of the Dudley
population being Muslim there is no need for a supermosque. There are already
seven mosques in the Dudley borough and that should be sufficient for practical
But what about for other purposes? One of the aims of mosque architecture is to
intrude on the host community, to present an abrasive and alien façade that cocks a snoot at the non-Muslim surrounding environment. This supermosque will attract hard line Muslims to come to Dudley because the building will symbolise Dudley’s status as a Muslim enclave, a refuge for those who are determined to stand apart from mainstream British society.

Foreign funding of the supermosque - The £18m supermosque is being partlyfunded by the Saudi Arabian Wahhabist expansionists who have supported a growing global network of over 4000 mosques, schools and Islamic centres. The fact that funding is imported demonstrates that the mosque is not viable from within the local Muslim community. Remember, it is Saudi Arabian and Qatari Wahhabism that enables terrorist organisations and those who support them in the UK. Who would the Muslims from the supermosque be beholden to?

How the supermosque threatens Dudley - Against this ominous backdrop,
imagine what it’s like to be a long-term resident of the historic town of Dudley,
someone who grew up with the castle, the priory ruins, the canal, the famous zoo
and, more recently, the Black Country Museum. Someone who saw the Merry Hill
shopping centre struggle to provide a heart for Dudley. Today’s Dudley grandparents would have had no idea in their carefree childhoods that an eighth mosque would be an issue in 2015.

No one expects time to stand still. Buildings come and go. But the sense of
community, of social cohesion is so pervasive – like the seasons, electric light, pubs, schools, Christmas, Remembrance Day and familiar streets – that when it is pulled out from under you it’s a shock. The people of Dudley feel gutted. Where is the strong support that would once have been theirs to rely on from politicians, church leaders, councillors, community organisations and businesses?

The rights of Black Country people - Muslims have no ‘right’ to have an eighth
mosque, a supermosque. If there is a ‘right’ it is our right to retain the English
character of this Black Country town.  Instead of spending the £18m on a supermosque, why not spend the money on attracting visitors and businesses to the city, supporting self-employment and celebrating Dudley’s heritage?

The EDL calls for No More Mosques, including this proposed mosque in Dudley.

Comment by Kinana on February 4, 2015 at 22:07

Comment by Kinana on February 2, 2015 at 14:39
Comment by Kinana on January 29, 2015 at 21:50

English Defence League demo - Dudley 7 Feb 2015

The first Demo of the year and I am going!  The nation still needs to hear the EDL message.  The Sharia-pushers still need to know that we will push back.  The Government still needs to be persuaded to do what they are supposed to do and devote the necessary resources to defend and protect this country, its heritage, values and freedoms.  A General Election in May in the UK will be another cross roads for the political future of this country.  The EDL will continue to play its part in shaping the political debate in this country.

I read an essay recently by one of our Leftist/Anarchist enemies, people who enable the Sharia-pushers.  It rejoiced that the EDL is no longer drawing thousands of supporters to its regular demos, ‘but only 300+ manage to attend.’  So only three hundred I thought.  Of course I would like to see more but I know that for every person who can attend, there are many who simply cannot get there.  Also the number 300 resonated with me.  You will all know the movie of the same name.  With only 300 soldiers Sparta saved Western civilisation.  They lost the battle and all were slain but the war against Eastern despotism was won.  Those brave 300 soldiers bought precious time for the rest of the Greek states, and particularly Athens to gather their forces and deal with the invaders, particularly at the great naval battle at Salamis, in 480 BC.  These 300 also gave an example of encouragement to fellow citizens to rise up and defeat the enemy.

So what decides the outcome of any great battle and war?  History is full of twists and turns and the future cannot be known for sure.  But the EDL believes that the future cannot belong to the murderers of cartoonists and Jews in Paris, the kidnappers of girls in Nigeria, the executioners of homosexuals and Christians in ISIS, the acid throwers and thugs in Pakistan, the church burners in Egypt, the so-called honour killers in our towns and cities throughout Europe, the butchers of young girls via Female Genital Mutilation, the Muslim rape gangs in our Northern towns and cities, etc.

The future is ours to shape.  I urge you to join in this struggle in whatever way you can.

Comment by Alan Lake on January 25, 2015 at 5:08

Is this Dudley 3 or Dudley 4?  It seems like EDL has already been to Dudley 3 times already, but we only have a diary entry for two. 

Comment by Kinana on January 11, 2015 at 17:43

Some interesting news, the Spanish and Polish Defence Leagues will be flying over and attending the Dudley demonstration with us. No Surrender !


May the spirit of the Reconquista and 1683 Gates of Vienna be with us all!

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