The EDL confronts official British dhimmitude. Pamela Geller has an exclusive and enlightening report on yesterday’s EDL rally in Aylesbury, England:
The English Defense League (EDL) held a pro-freedom rally today in Aylesbury. What is not known is the difficulty that the EDL had in making this action happen. High level sources in the EDL told me that the council and the police did everything possible to thwart and obstruct the protest.
Prior to today’s rally, the EDL was in Aylesbury, working with the local council and police to finalize preparations. The EDL was told that they couldn’t take gear and equipment through, because “the roads were going to be closed.” They told the police they would carry the stuff, but the police would not allow them to use their generator.
They also would not allocate any parking, and in a further assault on the basic freedoms of free men, they “closed all of our meeting pubs, and I mean forced them to close.” The EDL were told they were not allowed flag poles unless they were rubber. Remember, it was the Muslims and the leftists who would crash EDL rallies and get violent.
The main worry for the EDL was is the public address equipment. They needed it. After what happened at Nottingham, the police know that a large crowd that can’t hear what is going on will get agitated.
The dhimmi authorities are pulling this to try to stop the forces of good and the fighters for freedom in England. The hope is to kill the movement and get people to either lose interest and not attend, or worse still, to agitate or get violent, so that they can stop the EDL in the future.
“We made it very clear to the EDL at the outset that we would not tolerate any disorder on the day and that there would be a significant police presence.” said Local Area Commander Superintendent Richard List.
The dhimmi cops are so tough with the Brits who love freedom and are fighting for our civilization, but are scared to death of jihadists and leftists who go off at their every demo. The EDL mounted a rally of over a thousand people today, despite the attempts to shut them down….