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Anti-fascist groups are catalyst for EDL.

THE prohibitive cost of policing that EDL raggle-taggle assortment - most of whom chose to protest in a bar - was wasted.

These unpleasant people turn up for a fight because they know anti-fascist groups will be waiting for them, fisticuffs guaranteed.

We don't expect much in the way of EDL intellect, but surely the anti-fascists can work out that they themselves are violence's catalyst. Were the EDL to be unopposed here, they'd not bother to appear again.

To onlookers watching Saturday's puny punch-ups and curses, there's nothing to choose between either oafish camp.

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EDL supporters and opponents gathered in Brum on Saturday |

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Date:Oct 17, 2014
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