“The police’s undercover operations unit is actively involved in supporting extremist far leftist and communist UAF public violence against the British National Party, sensational new photographs have revealed.
The photographs, which show now-exposed undercover National Public Order Intelligence Unit police constable Mark Kennedy taking part in a UAF protest against the British National Party in Derbyshire during 2009, have been released by party spokesman Simon Darby.
In the photographs, taken by a British National Party activist at a UAF demonstration outside a licensing application for the 2009 Red, White and Blue event, Pc Kennedy is clearly visible.
Wearing dark clothes and carrying a green rucksack, Pc Kennedy, who was known by the nickname ‘flash’ amongst his far leftist colleagues because he often funded activists’ transportation to demonstrations and their accommodation, can be seen in the crowd of UAF protestors.”
Are we seeing the widely suspected state operative 5IMon Darby attempting to cover his own backside here?
We think so.
Aside from that he is mentioned above underlined as “party spokesman Simon Darby”
We had been told that 5IMon Darby had resigned his post as deputy chairman and was no longer even a member of the party, so how he can be a “party spokesman” is beyond us here at G.W.
Anyway, more on the infamous 5IMon Darby can be read here:
Nationalist Truth: The Letter The Express And Star Wouldn’t Publish (REPOST)
We already know from 1999 that the state had plans in place to infiltrate the BNP: