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Revealed: English Nazis plot to bring terror to streets of Scotland
Oct 25 2009 Stephen Stewart
A MOB of English racists and neo-Nazis planning to invade Scotland can be exposed by the Sunday Mail today.
The far-right trouble makers are planning to march in Glasgow under the banner of the Scottish Defence League near the country's biggest Mosque.
Despite portraying themselves as Scots, the right-wingers - including senior BNP activists - will travel to Scotland from Birmingham, Luton, London and Carlisle.
The ragbag army of football hooligans, far-right activists and racist thugs want a confrontation with Scots Muslims.
They have even started selling s20 Scottish Defence League polo shirts on eBay for marchers to wear.
Organisers have admitted that previous marches have been attended by fascist thugs from Combat 18.
They hope to take advantage of the heightened profile given to the far right from Nick Griffin's Question Time appearance on Thursday.
A group calling themselves the Scottish Defence League made - then withdrew - an official application to stage a march on November 14 in Glasgow.
Behind the scenes, they have been organising a huge demo for the city on that date - and last week told undercover Sunday Mail investigators the march was definitely on.
Most of the marchers will come from England - mirroring an event in Swansea held by the Welsh Defence League which descended into chaos.
Those expected in Scotland include:
Essex security boss and mum-of-five Leisha Brookes, who was stopped carrying a knuckle duster on a previous march.
Anti-Islamic Carlisle-based businessman Stephen Gash, who helped organise an English Defence League protest in Harrow, Middlesex, which descended into violence.
BNP activist Chris Renton, who launched websites for the Scottish and English Defence Leagues.
Aston Villa fan Richard Price, whose Facebook page says he has done prison time. He has "England" tattooed on his bottom lip.
West Lothian-based Scottish ex-squaddie Steve Ritchie, who has offered to provide transport for marchers on an internet site.
Senior police officers and politicians are privately concerned about the possibility of an illegal march and potential flare-ups with Muslims near Glasgow Central Mosque in the city's Gorbals area.
Brookes, 42, who runs SBK Security in Southend, said: "In Scotland, we will be demonstrating the strength of our support, which, across the UK, is growing at rate of almost 1000 a month. We reckon to have several hundred supporters in Scotland but it is a very big area, so much of it comes from cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh."
A group of trade unionists, political parties, anti-racist organisations and faith groups called Scotland United have organised a rally to celebrate multicultural Glasgow at noon on Saturday, November14, at Glasgow Green.
Originally posted by Flighty
Wow. They haven't even marched and they've profiled them already.
Using the usual words like "thugs" "football hooligans" "racists" "neo-nazis"
Seems they are trying to whip up a bit of brawl themselves in their reporting.