A comment by Kilburn High Road directed us to this site. Good news to see that a group of 300 or so English people can walk relatively unmolested in the Queen's Realm. Progress of a kind, I suppose. What I particularly liked was the way, based on the pic here, they turned elements of the PC vocabulary to their own advantage.
"Extremists off our streets" Beautiful!
This is how to do it, not by way of crudities along the lines of 'niggers out'. Remember, it's the invaders (for the most part violent, ignorant and intolerant parasites) that are doing the things that ordinary decent citizens object to. It follows that innocuous and desirable slogans along the lines of "Extremists off our streets" brings the demonstrators into the respectable mainstream. I mean if you have a demo with banners like "Make out streets safe again", "Yes to religious freedom, no to intolerance", "The same laws for everyone", interspersed with a goodly proportion of national flags and banners........who could object to that?
It's the way forward, no question about that. Congrats to the EDL.
By the way I was amused that a motley collection of Jamaicans, Arabs and Pakistanis shouted at the marchers "to s*d off back to East Anglia". Is that ironical or what?