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>His position (if you filter through it’s incoherence) is the police are being complicit in rape gangs
Is it? Could you give a timestamp for where he says that without you filling it in with inference?
Just to be clear, here's a transcript of what he says (which is almost certainly going to trigger a filter or ten):
>I'm here to protest, right, 'cause I'm going on a march 'cause I want Britain to be about British. I want Britain to be about British. We've got interracial law, and the Muslamic infidel, they're trying to get their law over our country. And it's happening, it is happening. It's happening in other countries. Everything... it's happening in every country, it's like... every, like, you've got, you've got the Iraqi law that they've put, they've put down in, in London. Like, we're more or less near London today. But they're trying to put the Iraqi law down on, on, on London, trying to put... they're just trying to put their, their law down on us. And we, we can't stand for that.
>[Interviewer: "Which Iraqi law is that?"]
>It's the eskimo, Muslamic law. They, they've got, they've got their, they've got their law, obviously it's their law, innit? Right, there's no... we can't do anything about that, but we're just trying to stop Muslamic... you've got Muslamic rape gangs nowadays. Fucking... it's fifteen-year-olds getting raped and everything. It, it just can't happen. That's why all these people are here, all these people around us, that's why they're here.
I'm open to being corrected if I'm missing something, but I can't marry those words to your statement of his position without making some very loaded assumptions.