In 2014, peaceful Yes supporters, men, woman and children, were physically assaulted by a fascist mob of men celebrating the No result in the referendum.
BBC Scotland suggested it had been a fight between two equally-responsible ‘rivals.’ Here are the NO supporters:
Today, BBC Scotland again implies an equal ‘clash’, this time between the SNP leader and a right-wing but still allegedly democratic candidate. Here she is:
Keir Starmer is right-wing. This woman is a fascist or at best extreme-right wing:
Jayda Kaleigh Fransen is a British far-right activist, politician and convicted criminal. Formerly involved with the English Defence League (EDL), she left due to its association with drink-fuelled violence. She then joined the far-right fascist political organisation Britain First. With Paul Golding as Leader, Fransen served as Deputy Leader from 2014 to 2019. She became acting leader for six months from December 2016 to June 2017, while Golding was imprisoned in December 2016. Fransen was an unsuccessful candidate in the 2014 Rochester and Strood by-election and 2016 London Assembly election. In addition to online anti-Islamic activism, she has marched while holding a white cross, in what she called “Christian patrols”, through predominantly Muslim populated areas of Britain. In March 2018, she was sentenced to 36 weeks imprisonment after being convicted of three counts of religiously aggravated harassment.
Fransen harassed Nicola Sturgeon, shouting and getting too close physically. Sturgeon did not ‘clash’ with her. She had the courage to stand up to a nasty fascist.
BBC Scotland hiding the truth from you, day after day.