Tuesday, 16 November 2010
Thanks to Civil Liberty for the below article, taken from here. The protest will now go ahead on the 15th of December 2010, starting at 9.45 a.m. The same article also has some interesting information about Burka Grove.
The protest planned in support of the Gateshead Six outside Gateshead police station on Tuesday, the 16th of November, has been postponed.
The Gateshead Six (as they have been dubbed by supporters) were due to answer bail on that day but Northumbria Police have inexplicably pushed forward to next month the day on which they will now have to answer bail. Therefore, their supporters have announced, the new date of the mass protest in their support is Wednesday, December the 15th, the new date on which they will have to answer bail at Gateshead police station. More details will follow in due course.
Civil Liberty is happy to support this new protest and we call upon all nationalists, patriots and supporters of free speech and expression to attend.
The Gateshead Six were arrested after the burning of a Koran outside a Gateshead pub, the Bugle, in Leam Lane, and a video of the event, filmed on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the US, posted on Youtube prompting complaints. They could face seven years in jail if convicted of 'inciting racial hatred' because of their actions.
They later described themselves in an interview with the Daily Mail newspaper as "English nationalists" who acted out of frustration and claimed that there "was one law for Muslims and another law for white English people."
This case has profound implications for free speech and expression and is being watched across the world as an example of how much the process of Islamisation is restricting free speech and expression in the UK.
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