British Nationalist protest in Liverpool turns violent

A march by British North West Infidels was switched from Manchester to Liverpool at the last minute and has ‘triggered’ violent scenes in the city center; mainly caused by an extreme leftist group called Antifa.

British Nationalist waving at Leftist opponents.

British Nationalist waving at Leftist opponents.

An initially peaceful far-right march in Liverpool has triggered shocking scenes of violence as Leftist demonstrators threw bricks and fireworks at police.

A march by North West Infidels was switched from Manchester to Liverpool at the last minute and sparked a heavy police presence in the city center.

Eye-witnesses told us that Leftist protesters, mainly Antifa and other degeneracy affiliated movements, launched missiles at police and one officer was taken to hospital after suffering from a concussion.

A number of people have been arrested as part of the police operation.

Female police officer looks at Leftist protester in disgust.

Female police officer looks at Leftist protester in disgust.

The Liverpool Echo earlier wrote that the march began at around 2PM this afternoon near Liverpool Lime Street railway station.

The group were met by Antifa protesters and scuffles broke out between the two groups. North West Infidels, which a Defend Europa journalist witnessed himself, were initially approached by Antifa who started throwing bricks. North West Infidels, who initially used their ‘freedom of speech’ as their main form of protest, retaliated by using fireworks; which, in return, was used again by Antifa. Chaos ensued shortly after due to the smoke created by the fireworks. For a short period both lines fell apart.

Antifa- an organisation well known for aiding and smuggling non-White refugees in to Europe -was later seen throwing house bricks at North West Infidels, which gave a Polish immigrant, who was marching along, a serious head injury.

North West Infidels is an organisation that describe themselves as ‘giving a voice to the north west’ and ‘standing up for freedom of expression’.

They expressed this ‘freedom of expression’ today by holding up paper signs saying: “Refugees are not welcome”.

Yesterday the group, on their Facebook page, informed their members that the Manchester event was a ‘red herring’ and told that they were gathering in Liverpool instead.

Jason Bergkamp
Jason Bergkamp is a Dutch based journalist.