THE DAILY TAT Wednesday, 22 July, 2009.
BY A. HACK
BNP THUG CAUSES HAVOC IN TOY SHOP
The violent thuggery of the British National Party was again revealed after an incident in a toy shop in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The son of local Labour Party member Tarquin Fforbes-Smythe was browsing in the shop when a girl waving a Union Jack suddenly pushed aggressively past him by the Play Dough section. The girl was identified as a BNP sympathiser by local anti-fascist campaigners and questions will be raised in the House of Commons by the local Labour MP under parliamentary immunity and subsequently reported across the media.
The terrified shop owner pleaded with us not to name his premises as this type of intimidation has happened before. David Spew, Labour MP for the area said, "This very decent and upstanding boy who I can vouch for personally, was attacked by the mindless thug and I intend to alert the press on the nature of the sickening and violent nature of local BNP activists".
Perry Fable of Searchlies magazine said, "Once again the violence and thuggery of the BNP is exposed for all decent people in the country to see. We intend to find out where they live so anti-fascists can undertake their lawful, peaceful and thoroughly honourable pickets of their homes and get them expelled from where they work".
Weyheyman Ferret of the Unite against Fascism group said, "We will confront these nazi thugs wherever and whenever they meet. We must tell people they are not welcome in… wherever it was the incident took place."
The local Tory agent issued a statement from Jollys Wine Bar in Stroud and said "It is the Conservative Party that has taken the lead in taking on the BNP, as proved by David Cameron putting personal differences aside and signing up to the SWP front group Unite against Fascism."
Police have revealed a photograph of the young thug taken from the shop's CCTV footage (allegedly).
NEXT WEEK WE REVEAL HOW THE FAR RIGHT RECRUITS TODDLERS IN SOMERSET