“Under fascist regimes, the police are given almost limitless power to enforce laws. The people are often willing to overlook police abuses and even forego civil liberties in the name of patriotism. There is often a national police force with virtually unlimited power in fascist nations.”
Britt’s twelfth fascist characteristic is the obsession with law and order – especially with punishment and extreme double-standards. Those who support the fascists are treated as above the law whilst those seen as enemies of the regime are denied any rights under the prevailing legal system. Let’s take a look at the typical Biffer attitude to their own law-breaking as well as to the legal rights of others.
Fuhrer Folding Golding regularly flaunts UK law as he intimidates and harasses those who disagree with his neonazi Biffers. He has harassed defenceless Muslims in Mosque invasions, led his mob of thugs to intimidate political protesters, published thinly veiled threats to activists over the internet and been convicted of both harassment and the use of political uniform. That’s been illegal since Mosley adopted political uniform for his British Union of Fascists in the 1930s.
In every case criticism of Fuhrer Golding and even his conviction in the courts has been met with accusations of unfair (lefty) persecution. Clearly Golding and co do not believe that the law should have any authority over them. Contrast this with their attitude to others.
Biffers regularly call for the extermination of all Muslims, regardless of guilt or innocence. They are never satisfied with any conviction against non-white criminals (usually they want the death penalty for even the slightest misdemeanour) and acquittals of black or Asian defendants are always interpreted as miscarriages of justice.
Biffers are always innocent and non-whites or Muslims are always guilty. It’s not really any different to the German Nazi party’s attitude to communists, trade unionists, Jews, Blacks, Homosexuals (except for homosexual Nazis) and socialists.
We’d have to be really stupid not to notice the inherent fascism in Britain First’s attitude to crime and punishment.
Based on the article ‘The 14 characteristics of Fascism’ by Lawrence Britt