Actually, the more one hears about the EDL, the more one like what it hears and sees. “The Lads” have both the tenacity and temerity to take their demonstrations into the streets, thereby causing the self anointed elite great pain in seeing their pithy message of multiculturalism evaporating, every time an EDL rally emerges. Their resilience dispenses, undermines the canard that the fundamental changing of England (and the UK as a whole) is going to be carried out quietly and like clock work, without anyone paying attention or giving notice. The EDL claims that they are a permanent fixture in the English/British political landscape.
Now that their presence is being seen as a positive development abroad, which owes more to their positive image than of any global agenda of their own, the Leftist shill media is starting to tremble and make wild stabs at anyone else that dares to publicly align themselves with the EDL. The Tundra Tabloids, one of the original members of the Counterjihad and its list of bloggers, has proudly promoted the EDL, so to has noted members of the anti-Islamization movement within the US.
Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, The Gates of Vienna, noted members running for US Congress, like Mr.Allen West and a host of other, have been sounding the drum about the jihad. Anyone who is worried about the advance of sharia law, and political Islam, regardless of the color of their skin, religion and ethnicity, have always been welcome into the movement. The EDL understands this, and have made repeated attempts at being clear that they are an all inclusive organization.
The Tea Party, while concerned with domestic politics, is slowly coming to grips with a growing problem within the US, as the Breitbart B Team has been paving the way, showing just where the problems lie. Their digging deep into the workings of the Muslim Brotherhood in the US has revealed a very large cache of evidence that the Islamization of America is not a far fetched notion, and that the overwhelming majority of Muslim organization operating within the US have Muslim Brotherhood ties.
That “The Guardian” is upset and terrified that the EDL has forged common bonds with the Tea Party, is excellent news, for it means that this pillar of the multi-culti agenda, that spews one stream of lies and obfuscations after the other, is now worried that those ties will be cemented once key Tea Party officials become members of the US Congress, and give the long awaited respectability that is due to the EDL as a whole. Brilliant. KGS

English Defence League forges links with America’s Tea Party

The English Defence League, a far-right grouping aimed at combating the “Islamification” of British cities, has developed strong links with the American Tea Party movement.
An Observer investigation has established that the EDL has made contact with anti-jihad groups within the Tea Party organisation and has invited a senior US rabbi and Tea Party activist to London this month. Rabbi Nachum Shifren, a regular speaker at Tea Party conventions, will speak about Sharia law and also discuss funding issues.
The league has also developed links with Pamela Geller, who was influential in the protests against plans to build an Islamic cultural centre near Ground Zero. Geller, darling of the Tea Party’s growing anti-Islamic wing, is advocating an alliance with the EDL. The executive director of the Stop Islamisation of America organisation, she recently met EDL leaders in New York and has defended the group’s actions, despite a recent violent march in Bradford.
Geller, who denies being anti-Muslim, said in one of her blogs: “I share the EDL’s goals… We need to encourage rational, reasonable groups that oppose the Islamisation of the west.”
Devin Burghart, vice-president of the Kansas-based Institute for Research & Education on Human Rights, said: “Geller is acting as the bridge between the EDL and the Tea Party. She plays an important role in bringing Islamophobia into the Tea Party. Her stature has increased substantially inside the Tea Party ranks after the Ground Zero mosque controversy. She has gained a lot of credibility with that stuff.”
Details of the EDL’s broadening aspirations came as about 1,000 supporters yesterday gathered to demonstrate in Leicester, which has a significant Muslim population. Home secretary Theresa May banned marches in the city last week but the EDL said its protest would proceed, raising fears of violence. Parts of Leicester were cordoned off to separate a counter-protest from Unite Against Fascism. Officers from 13 forces were on hand to maintain order.
The Tea Party is expected to be an influential force in America’s mid-term elections. Last month their candidate Christine O’Donnell romped to the Republican nomination in Delaware, following a stream of populist rightwing candidates who carry the movement’s endorsement. Burghart says anti-Islamic tendencies have become far more marked in the grassroots organisation: “As we move farther and farther away from the Tea Party origins, that were ostensibly around debt and bail-outs, social issues like Islamophobia are replacing that anger, that vigour. The idea that there is a war between Islam and the west is becoming commonplace.”

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