A far-right Hungarian political party leader Gabor Vona arrived in central London Sunday amid protests against a rally planned by his party reports the Daily Mail.
There are mixed reports online but it looks like Vona was unable to hold his Camden rally but did address his supporters in Hyde Park.
Far-right extremists who support fascism have been quick to condemn the UAF, united against fascism group in the UK, because one of Lee Rigby's killers supported the group. That however is just the usual false flag waved high by neo-nazis who preach hate and know their argument is flawed.
The UAF stand against the bully boys, and perhaps girls, of the far-right in Britain. Any decent person would. Watching "The rise of Hitler: the colour films" this weekend this writer could not help feel it should be obligatory viewing for members of the far-right in the UK. Whether it would have any effect is not known.
There had been calls to ban Vona from entering the UK. A petition of 14,000 signatures was handed to Home Secretary Theresa May. Authorities failed to act and Sunday the leader of the Jobbik party, Vona, addressed a group of expatriates. There are reports that he has links to the BNP.
It is obscene that Vona has chosen this weekend to address his supporters in London but of course it guaranteed maximum publicity
"Mr Dismore, who as a Labour MP founded Holocaust Memorial Day, has called Jobbik 'the most powerful outwardly fascist political party in Europe'. Speaking outside Holborn station, Mr Dismore said: 'I think it's very important to send the message that we won't have hatred spread on our streets of London by the Hungarian Jobbik party.
'We have laws here against the incitement of race hatred. Jobbik party is a racist party which targets Roma, it wants to segregate them into ghettos, and it targets Jewish people. 'This is so reminiscent in Hungary of what happened in Nazi Germany in the 1930s and it should not be allowed to continue in the UK, particularly on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day.'