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Stand up to the racist DFLA 13 Oct 2018 13:00 13 Oct 2018 outsider
Stand up to the racist DFLA
Old Palace Yard, London, SW1P 3, United Kingdom
Saturday 13th October 13:00 - 16:00

'In the US and Europe, the far-right is on the march. From Steve Bannon and Donald Trump in the US to the rise of Viktor Orbán in Hungary, the far right is at its strongest across the western world since the 1930s.

This poison is infecting Britain too, with a newly energised, well funded network of hate threatening to destroy our country. This Saturday, the racist and Islamophobic ‘Democratic’ Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) are planning a demonstration in London. Join us in standing up to them.

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The far-right may be on the rise, but we can beat them. We’ve done it before. When Oswald Mosley descended on Cable Street with his fascist blackshirts, 10,000 local residents came out to stop them marching. When the fascist National Front tried to march from New Cross to Lewisham, 4,000 residents again came out to oppose them. And more recently in Dagenham, thousands of anti-fascist volunteers saw off Nick Griffin’s parliamentary run and made sure the BNP lost all 12 of their council seats.

Now is the time to do it again. Join Momentum and other anti-racist organisations on Saturday 13 October at 1pm at Old Palace Yard, London, SW1P 3JY to show the DFLA they're not welcome.

I'll stand up to the DFLA

See you on Saturday!

In solidarity,

Team Momentum


Momentum is funded entirely by membership fees and donations from thousands of supporters across the UK.'


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