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ANTIFA LONDON | 09.06.2016 16:07 | Anti-racism | Indymedia | Social Struggles | London | Sheffield

UKIP's female fascist demi-fuhrer - Pegida's low-budget version of Eva Brawn - Anne-Marie Waters of UKIP, is hosting a neo-nazi "Sharia Watch" anti-Muslim rally on Saturday the 20th of August, close to Parliament Square provocatively entitled "ISLAM KILLS WOMEN!", aimed at encouraging divisions in London's multicultural population. Waters was the London mayoral candidate before UKIP stood her down, however she is still to a paid-up UKIP member, despite her anti-Islamic posturing, which speaks volumes about the lack of integrity of Nigel Farage, who, himself last weekend accused refugees of being rapists, a grotesquely offensive accusation for which he never apologised. A former Labour councillor in Brighton, Waters was radicalised by Pam Geller, who encouraged her Mosleyite switch to the extreme right, however with pictures of Suffragettes on her Twitter profile, she is still deceiving herself that she is not a reactionary bigot. Just for her interest, Fascism has killed far more women than ISIS ever has - including 2.5 million women and children in the Holocaust.

Waters has led a charmed far-right life and has never encountered militant ANTIFA on the streets. Militant female ANTIFA will oppose this hate rally, which will begin at midday.


Fans of Waters, such as ex-EDL "LGBT Division" poster boy Tommy Cook (Tommy English) regard Waters as "the only real feminist". Anybody who pretends to be a feminist whilst discriminating against race sexuality or religion is a sham, and is nothing more than a sham, a rightwing sell-out, an Auntie Tom.

In similarity to Sharia Watch, Nazi Germany, though treating women like second class citizens to be used for sex and procreation, created an all-female Nazi women's / girls' division called Bund Deutscher Mädel in der Hitler-Jugend (League of German Girls in the Hitler Youth), which pretended to make young women the equals of men on the battlefield. Trude Mohr, Reichsreferentin (BDM) leader, like AMD Waters (, encouraged pseudo-feminism for young women: -

"Our volk need a generation of girls which is healthy in body and mind, sure and decisive, proudly and confidently going forward, one which assumes its place in everyday life with poise and discernment, one free of sentimental and rapturous emotions, and which, for precisely this reason, would be the comrade of a man, because she does not regard him as some sort of idol but rather as a companion!"

Waters, whilst pretending to be a feminist, is happy to post exploitative pictures of women in bikinis on her social media timelines, showing off their bodies for the benefit of men to supposedly offend Muslims. Her campaigns of hate do absolutely nothing to end women's social and financial inequalities in Western Societies, her narrow extreme rightwing focus solely aimed at stirring up bigotry against people of different races and religions, a once-promising Labour party member now a full-on fascist, her chauvinistic Pegida and UKIP comrades regularly using the word "feminazi" to tarnish actual women's rights campaigners.

Neo-Nazi pseudo-feminist Waters is hoping her unwanted presence in Central London will lead to a rise in Islamophobic assaults in England's capital city, following an alarming rise in incidents on London's transport infrastructure, as recorded by the police and Tell Mama UK. The event will be attended by gangs of criminally-minded "EDL Angels", many of whom have convictions for assaults and racially-aggravated crimes, and like their male counterparts, hunt in packs of thugs, vocally and physically intimidating non-white passers-by whenever they gather. Many have served time in prison.

If unopposed, Waters will claim moral resonance, which is why this gathering must be vigorously opposed by every female anti-fascist in London and the South East. Hundreds of working class British women have a proud history opposing fascism: - many fought in the Spanish Civil War, which is being commemorated this year, and thousands rallied against the Blackshirts in the Battle of Cable Street.