THE GOOD NEWS: British troops are supporting the English Defence League. Apparently the Ministry of Defence thinks that British soldiers are more of a threat to England than Muslim extremists/terrorists and paedophile gangs.
(The nauseating text here from the Daily Star is representative of most left wing rags that hate British patriots and pander to Muslim thugs. I don’t think it represents what most British citizens believe about the EDL)
Daily Star Last night the Ministry of Defence launched an inquiry after we presented them with evidence of two serving soldiers who openly support the ‘racist’ group and who have attended ‘violent’ marches.
The EDL has become notorious for its far-right rhetoric and provocative demonstrations that have seen hooligans clash with police across the country. Their message of hate is ignored by the majority of troops but we can reveal a number of soldiers have embraced the EDL’s offensive views.
Yorkshire Regiment squaddie Cavan Langfield, 18, of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, began training as a soldier aged 16. The Army had high hopes for him and he even posed with his Colonel-in-Chief Prince Andrew for a local newspaper.
But the MoD was shocked to learn Langfield has become a dedicated supporter of the EDL, travelling across the country to attend marches and boasting online of his violent activities.
Before its provocative march on Tower Hamlets, east London last year, he posted on an EDL website, declaring: “Lets f**king have it! Buzzing tomorrow.”
On his Facebook account he has pictures of himself posing with automatic weapons in full uniform next to images of EDL demonstrations. He names his political views as “English Defence League”.
Under one picture of EDL members fighting police, the thug boasts: “Was fun when we had it with the coppers. They hit our mate for no reason so we all started scrapping.”
His online pal Brandon Neal, 18, is a British infantry soldier training in Canada before being deployed to Afghanistan. He openly promotes his links to the far-right group.
Neal, from Devon, uses social networks to keep in touch with EDL members and posts pictures of his Army kit and weapons alongside images of their protests, listing his interests as “football hooliganism” and being an “Islamophobe”.
On one picture of Neal’s rifle, a friend suggests he should take the weapon to an EDL march in Dewsbury, West Yorks, which was held recently.
His chilling reply was “We’ll need em”.
Neal describes himself as “EDL all the way” and has been pictured taking part in the group’s “patrols” in Yorkshire.
The organisation’s hate-filled message has made it all the way to Afghanistan, where one masked soldier posed in front of an EDL flag with a rifle.
Further pictures from the same sickening display are being distributed by the EDL as propaganda. Army sources indicated Langfield and Neal will face the “hairdryer treatment” today.
A spokesman said: “The Army is clear that racism of any kind is unacceptable. “Instances of such behaviour brought to our attention are investigated and appropriate action taken, up to and including dismissal.
“While personnel are free to join political parties, they are expected to abide by our (Islamic?) values and standards in all they do.”