Nazi group co-founder tells court he wants to ‘repatriate ethnic minorities and Jews’

The co-founder of a banned fascist group told a court that his political aim was to repatriate ethnic minorities and Jews from the UK “in line with the Conservative government’s Rwandan policy”.

Alex Davies, 27, is accused of being a member of the outlawed organization National Action (NA) after it was banned on December 16, 2016. Barnaby Jameson QC, prosecuting, told Winchester Crown Court that the UK government banned the group after he had “terrorized” cities across the country with his call for an “all-out race war.” Following the ban, Davies set up the ‘continuity’ group NS131, which represented National Socialist Anti-Capitalist Action and was itself later banned by the government, Mr Jameson said.

Davies told the court that NS131 was not created as a continuation of NA and had different purposes and processes. Asked by Mr Jameson whether ethnic minority repatriation would be enforced, he said: ‘It would be compulsory, I imagine. I imagine it would be run along the lines of the current Conservative government and its sending asylum seekers to Rwanda.

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He said the deportation would not affect all ethnic minorities and Jews, adding: “There are some Jews who do essential work, just as there are blacks, Asians and ethnic minorities who do essential work. , and returning them would be tantamount to doing so. hurt ourselves.

He continued: “If we were to take power, our aim is to have a majority white Britain as it has more or less been for centuries. It’s only in the last 50/60/70 years that we’ve had massive immigration, that would be going back to the pre-WWII status quo.

Asked if he would repatriate Jewish families whose British heritage goes back “thousands of years”, he replied: “Yes, that’s how the repatriation would work”. Davies denied being a violent person and said the training camps he attended were not paramilitary-type training events.

He added that he quoted former BNP leader Nick Griffin when he messaged a potential recruit in April 2017 who said: “We have to be smart but ready to use well-directed boots and fists, if needed. No peace movement will go anywhere.

Davies said that after the ban he pledged to “advance the cause of National Socialism, not the cause of a continuity NA”. After proscription, all I care about is pursuing legal political activities.

He said he estimated he had known about “10 to 12” of the 30/40 members of NS131 already. Davies, of Swansea, denies being a member of a banned organization between December 17, 2016 and September 27, 2017. The trial is continuing.

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