I must confess that I have very nearly overdosed on Schadenfreude over the past few weeks, due mainly to the spectacle of a number of wretched henchmen from Britain's fastest shrinking political party being dragged through the courts for a variety of criminal and civil matters.
This horrid bunch have done so much harm to the nationalist movement and it is a relief to see that the convergence of catastrophes (to borrow a phrase) that they have brought about finally seems to be catching up with them.
The icing on my Schadenfreude-cake was the amusing news that the UAF Terror gang (you know, the one sponsored by Prime Minister David Cameron,) has been banned from marching in five London boroughs for the next 30 days, along with the EDL and all other political groups.
As Brendan O'Neill writes in the Telegraph:
Now, UAF has issued what must rank as one of the silliest political statements of the year so far. “We the undersigned welcome the banning of the racist English Defence League’s march through Tower Hamlets,” it says. “But we are appalled to discover that the Metropolitan Police are applying for a blanket ban on ALL marches across five London boroughs… It is our human right to peacefully march in Tower Hamlets.”
The irony of the above statement quite literally jumps from the page.
Check out the full article here and may it bring a smile to your face as it did to mine.