In 1987 Daniel Morgan, a London-based private investigator, stumbled across corruption involving the police. Not long after, he was hacked to death with an axe. In this audio interview, Daniel’s brother Alastair talks about his 25-year struggle against the British state to see justice done.
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I posted this image a couple of weeks ago to Twitter and Facebook, but it’s so good, it deserves to be posted here for posterity. The far-right British National Party recently tried to tap in to public outrage about a Christian hotel owner who refused to allow a gay couple to rent a room. The party’s leader, Nick Griffin, got himself in trouble by tweeting an apparent threat, including the address of the gay couple:
“So Messrs Black & Morgan, at [their address]. A British Justice team will come up to Huntington & give you a bit of drama by way of reminding you that an English couple’s home is their castle. Say No to heterophobia!”
In posting this, Griffin simply demonstrated how out-of-touch he is with the British public’s attitudes towards homosexuality. Griffin received widespread condemnation, and is reported to be under police investigation. This gaffe was followed by a poll on the Nationalist Media Network site, featuring a photo of the gay couple, and asking “Would you leave a gay couple to babysit your child?”
You can see the public response below. Thankfully, the BNP and similar extremist groups seem to be on the decline, after making gains for several years.
Thanks to @VickyClementine for the screen-grab.