On Saturday, 1st June 2013 people from all over the country will be taking part in silent marches to their local War Memorials to lay flowers and wreaths in Memory of the Soldier Drummer Lee Rigby.
Some people are trying to say that “far-right organisations” are hijacking this horrendous event for their own personal politics. I would suggest that the individuals who are planning to turn up and disrupt the laying of wreaths and flowers want to take a good look in the mirror.
We went to Woolwich on Sunday to place our own flag we made for Lee Rigby.
There were at least 1000 people there… maybe even 2000.
The same amount of people were behind us too.
Members of the far-left extremist groups “Unite Against Fascism” (Oh the Irony!) and “Hope not Hate (even more Irony!) are planning to turn up on Saturday to “counter-protest” (it’s not a protest, idiots… how do you counter-protest if there is no protest in the first place?) the laying of wreaths and flowers.
What level of scum are you?
These are normal people who want to make a point, that Lee Rigby’s family need a different memory of his death. The sole purpose of this is so that at the same time on the same day, people all over the country will be going to their local War Memorials and laying flowers for him. We intend for there to be a sea of flowers over the War Memorials across the whole country.
This hero leaves behind a young wife and a 2 year old son. Please people, make them a new memory. Make them pictures of flowers in all towns and cities all across the country in memory of Lee Rigby instead of the memories they have now.
This is it: