Yesterday (Saturday 13th October) saw the latest march of the DFLA (Democratic Football Lads Alliance) in London.
A year after the largest demo ever assembled by their predecessor group, the FLA (Where 70,000 marched on Westminster), the message was being brought back to the capital that ordinary working folk will not tolerate Extremism, grooming gangs, disrespectful treatment of our Armed Forces and threats to our freedom of speech and way of life.
The DFLA liaised with the Metropolitan Police to set up the route, a very similar one to last year’s march, starting at Park Lane and ending by the War memorials in The Mall, a distance of around two miles. Unlike last year, the likes of SUTR (Stand up to Racism), AntiFA and elements of the trade Union Movement decided to mobilise in force this time around to counter demonstrate against what they saw as a ‘racist’ demonstration – one has to ask, what is ‘racist’ about demanding action against extremist terror, rape of young girls and the shocking treatment of veterans by this government? (But more of that later)