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Holding up this flag is practically the same as driving a truck into a crowd of innocent people.

Early today (3rd Jan), UK police swooped on a number of addresses in England and arrested six members of the banned group National Action. As reported by the state-Leftist BBC:
"Five men from Cambridge, Banbury, Wolverhampton, Leicester and Stockport, and a woman from Banbury were detained by police earlier. All six are being held at a police station in the West Midlands. Police said the suspects, aged between 21 and 37, were detained under Section 41 of the Terrorism Act as part of a planned operation."
Seriously, I couldn't care less if the members -- or ex-members -- of National Action were rounded up and dropped from a helicopter into a very deep disused mine shaft, as this group, in its short life, either knowingly or unwittingly, did everything it could to discredit nationalism. But the fact is the group never did anything more than demonstrate, do silly Hitler salutes, and crack a few jokes about Jo Cox's death. 

At no time did they commit or plan any actual violent terrorist attacks -- or at least there has been no evidence of this presented by the authorities. The fact is the government is engaged in some sort of "terrorist offsetting" scheme, where they are trying to balance the large numbers of Muslims arrested for actual terrorism with a few non-Muslims arrested for fake terrorism.

The account of their arrest seems to back this up:
"They were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the commission, preparation and instigation of acts of terrorism, namely on suspicion of being a member of a proscribed organisation, National Action."
Yes, there your have it! The "terrorist act" they were involved in was merely membership of their own former group, a group that was banned, not for anything that any normal person thinks of as terrorism -- kidnappings, bombings, and murder, etc. -- but merely because they said unkind things about a dead Labour MP, who was probably killed by the Deep State to stop the Brexit vote.

In Stasi Britcuckistan all you need to be called a "terrorist" is to be a member -- or ex-member -- of a group that the government has decided to label "terrorist" on a purely subjective basis. 

Perhaps in the future, someone will decide to call the Conservative Party a "terrorist organisation," thus allowing  its entire membership to be rounded up and imprisoned on an equally flimsy basis. 

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