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August 15 2015 - Neonazi group National Action organized a “White Man March” through Liverpool that was supposed to go down in history as a glorious victory for British nationalists, racists and fascists. To quote National Action’s twitter account: “In years to come, your grandchildren will speak of this day and how NA made history. Prepare Yourselves”.

An amazing tens of fascists managed to show up, and they were greeted by hundreds of antifascists. Most of the fascists couldn’t even get out of the train station before being attacked and covered in milk and eggs, and then quickly hiding in a ‘lost and found’ kiosk behind a line of police, surrounded by hundreds of antifascists. Some unlucky fascists who found themselves outside of the station got a kicking and had to be rescued by the cops.

In the end all of the brave men and women of National Action and the other fascist groups that showed up had to be saved by the police and driven out of town in police vans, while listening to chants of “If it wasn’t for the coppers you’d be dead!”

Liverpool residents and antifa from all over the country then proceeded to march through the city in celebration of a resounding victory for antifascism, diversity and the multicultural city of Liverpool.  [video]/[video]/[video]/[video]/[article]

“We drive to Hitler. He is having his meal. He jumps to his feet, there he is. Shakes my hand. Like an old friend. And those big blue eyes. Like stars. He is glad to see me. I am in heaven. That man has got everything to be a king. A born tribune. The coming dictator.”

One of the most notorious members of the Nazi Party was Josef Goebbels, who served as the Minister for Propaganda between 1933 and 1945. Before this infamous role, he had been appointed district leader of the Nazi Party in Berlin, in 1925. The quote above was taken from his diary on the first day he met Hitler after being appointed the position of district leader. Goebbels kept a diary throughout his time in the Nazi Part and his early entries show how he became obsessed and enthralled by Hitler and the Nazi ideology. In February 1926, he stated in his diary, “Adolf Hitler, I love you.” when Hitler became chancellor in 1933, Goebells, as the Minister of Propaganda began to systematically control the media in an attempt to spread hatred of the Jews and instil the Nazi ideology. The day after Hitler killed himself in 1945, Goebbels also killed himself along with his wife and children. He believed there was no future “without their Fuehrer to lead and guide them.”