Either you accept the reputation of a ‘grass’ or you turn a blind eye to injustice because not to inform on injustice, on thuggery, on betrayal of the people who support you is to allow that abuse to continue.
One of BF’s most senior officers, a regional commander no less, used to lead a double life. This person wasn’t only a well-known Biffer who will remain nameless, he was also Moley.
Beginning with EBF he graduated actually to gain the courage to tell the police what he knew on several occasions. He made it difficult for the rest of BF’s inner circle to operate. He made it easy for the police to know exactly what to look for on various raids of BF property. He told us things that often we were unable to publish directly but which we alluded to in several posts and memes.
And so it is with great sadness that we must report the untimely demise of Moley, our spy in the camp. A person who, far right or not, had the courage and integrity sufficient to spot a scam when he saw one and actually to do something about it.
His regular dispatches to EBF central for no reward other than the occasional hob nob with his tea will be greatly missed.
Of course this was inevitable and Moley knew from the start that this day would come. He knew he‘d never be trusted again by the right wing of UK activists and he’s no wish to join the left. The price of his conscience is political suicide. But Moley couldn’t stand by and watch the likes of Golding and Dutchy accept payment under false pretenses. Even as he too was accepting ‘donations’ for spurious purposes (to refuse the cash would have been too suspicious) he was plotting the destruction of the Britain First cash cow. He told us that he couldn’t continue conning his far right comrades out of money they could ill afford just to see the proceeds disappear on Golding and Fransen’s “coke and jollies”.
As it happens we did OK out of that money too. Moley did buy the occasional packet of Hobnobs for the EBF office. By the time Golding reads that he’ll be looking forward to his own tea and prison issue digestives – perhaps they’ll choke him. The verdict may be delayed but it’s coming and everyone knows it.
Moley is now safely outside of the BF camp having let himself be gradually ostracised for some time. He’s OK with that. Not that he plans to retire. In fact he’s looking to hook up with a couple of former contacts, people who used to be on the periphery of BF but who might not know about the evidence against him.
If he can make it into that inner circle too we’ll give it a respectable few months and then begin again. After all, BF may be finished but there are other scammy cokeheads on the rise.
Go on Moley – go for it!