The extreme Right wing group Britain First – whose content was retweeted by President Trump recently – has threatened to turn up at the homes, colleges and/or workplaces of Antifa activists. The warning was given on Twitter by BF leader Paul Golding in one of the videos he likes to shoot while driving his car.
The threat follows a fracas between Antifa activists and the Tory politician Jacob Rees-Mogg at Bristol University. It seems that Golding has now decided that the BF has a role in offering protection to right wing politicians.
In his video he cites an Antifa invasion of a country pub where Nigel Farage was having lunch with his family. This resulted in Britain First launching a kind of counter-attack at an Antifa meeting. Golding claims they were very scared when BF showed up. Then comes his chilling threat:
If you keep harassing people like Jacob Rees-Mogg then you will get the Britain First cannons (sic) turned on you. You will get the Britain First treatment. We will find out where you live. We will find out where you work. We will find out where you study. And we will come down on you like a tonne of bricks. So my message to you now is stay the hell away from politicians on the right of politics.
Here is the video Golding has posted on Twitter:
Here is the incident at Bristol University with Jacob Rees-Mogg:
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