A number of people have expressed disquiet during the last year over the proliferation of undercover investigations and so-called exposés of what is euphemistically referred to as ‘the far right’ by the police, by the mass media and by malign NGOs such as Hope-Not-Hate, and it is perhaps appropriate for us to examine in detail the kind of people, and the organisations that are driving a desperate campaign to demonise and vilify honest patriotic groups and individuals who are merely trying to save our nation from looming disaster.
Starting with the murder last year of Labour MP Jo Cox, the media went into overdrive to float the idea that her killer, Thomas Mair, was not just a sad loner, a victim of ‘Care in the Community’ style healthcare that allowed a mentally ill man to run amok, but that he was a ‘terrorist’ and representative of a rising tide of ‘far right terrorism’ that the public should be every bit as fearful of as we are of the Islamic terrorism inspired by very real terrorist organisations such as ISIS.
I have already explained why Thomas Mair’s killing of Jo Cox was not an act of terrorism, but a politically motivated murder, and while some may not appreciate this distinction, it is both valid and fundamental to our understanding of recent events.
Prior to the day of her murder I doubt that many people, nationalist or otherwise living outside of her constituency of Batley and Spen had ever heard of Jo Cox or of Thomas Mair. They were, without wishing to be too pointed, nonentities as far as most people were concerned and it is only the brutal nature of her murder that has subsequently won widespread sympathy for Jo Cox, it certainly wasn’t the politics she pursued while alive.
Jo Cox’s murder is now invoked every time there is a so-called exposé of ‘far right’ activity. She has taken over from Stephen Lawrence as the more ‘appealing’ face of multicultural martyrdom, more appealing merely because she was a young, attractive looking White woman, but her murder had nothing to do with anyone active in nationalist politics and it is a falsehood to claim otherwise.
The first of this year’s so-called exposés was a brief news item produced for ITV News and syndicated out to a number of other news outlets including the ITV website where it can still be found.
This programme, entitled, ‘Exclusive: Former members of banned terror group meet at far-right training camp’ implied outrageously that a perfectly legal hiking and outdoors activities weekend incorporating an afternoon of self-defence training, was a secret training camp for members of National Action the group proscribed by the Home Office. Of course this is not stated in so many words, but the message is heavily implied throughout.
The programme focused on an event organised by Legion Martial Arts Club (LegionMAC), which was advertised quite openly on the Legion website and on Facebook. This was therefore, most definitely not a secret event, and it was open to anyone applying through the proper channels to attend.
The only secretive aspect to the event was that the precise location was kept confidential until the day before the event started as a security precaution to limit the possibility of violent Antifa demonstrators turning up and making a nuisance of themselves.
Another security precaution was that we made every effort to ‘vet’ the people attending in order to prevent trouble-makers from attending and spoiling the event.
Had a member of the police or a journalist approached us honestly and asked to attend the event, this could have been arranged without any problems. Nothing illegal was planned, nothing illegal took place and nothing was said by anyone who attended that they would not have been willing to say publicly. There was no need therefore, for ITV to go to great expense to secure a place for one of their undercover journalists. Nor was there a need for the journalist to assume a false identity and so rudely and dishonestly film other attendees at what was a private event, without their knowledge or consent.
After the event. I received an email from ITV News informing me that an undercover reporter had attended the Legion event and his findings would be broadcast on 20th March in the evening news, and that an online story would be published also. The sender of this email did not divulge their name, signing off as ‘ITV News specialist producer’. I believe this email to have come from ‘specialist producer’, Becky Kelly.
The news broadcast was attributed to Rohit Kachroo, the supposedly, bright, rising star of ITV News, who was appointed Security editor in 2014.
The so-called exposé claimed that two of the attendees at the Legion event were former members of National Action, when in point of fact only one of them was, however the most striking aspect of the programme was that it was so lacking focus and content, relying on innuendo in an attempt to convey what was a rather garbled message. In fact the whole thing was a bit of a damp squib and out of potentially twenty-six hours of secret filming by the undercover reporter, all that ITV found usable was approximately three minutes of short clips spliced together, showing nothing very much. This was a pitifully small ‘harvest’ when one considers the months that ‘Vlad’, as the reporter called himself, must have spent building up his ‘back-story’ on Facebook and the £150,000 budget this programme probably consumed.
Counter Terrorism police who received alarming reports of a secret ‘far right’ terrorist training camp will have had some of their time wasted before realising that nothing untoward had taken place. Indeed, so uninterested were the police that no-one attending or organising our event was even contacted by them or asked to make a statement.
Furthermore, despite the sensationalism employed by ITV in promoting their so called exposé and syndicating articles out to some of our daily national and regional newspapers, the Youth Hostels Association were forced to admit that we had conducted ourselves impeccably in terms of the hiring of their facilities, we had paid promptly, we had not abused their facilities and their premises were left clean and tidy.
The Derbyshire Times reported the chairman of the management committee of Youlgreave Village Hall saying the committee had accepted our booking in good faith after being told we were a sports club. He added: “It was a complete shock when we saw this on the news – it was unexpected because they appeared credible”.
Yes, we appeared to be “credible” as a sports club, because that is exactly what Legion Martial Arts Club is!
He continued, “They used the hall for a couple of hours to do some fitness training and went and had a meal in one of the pubs, causing no trouble at all.
“They were just ideal users who didn’t make any mess and cleared up after themselves”.
How about that? We were “ideal users” who conducted ourselves impeccably, “causing no trouble at all”. It would seem therefore that the so-called exposé achieved nothing at all, apart from alarming unnecessarily the Youth Hostels Association and the Youlgreave Village Hall Committee, and apart from wasting police time with spurious allegations.
Let us now turn our attention to the people who perpetrated the undercover filming and the misreporting of what had taken place, Rohit Kachroo and Becky Kelly.
Kachroo has a vested interest in promoting multiculturalism because he is of mixed race. His mother is Jamaican and his father is Indian. He and Becky Kelly were presented with an award at the 2017 Asian Media Awards in the category, ‘TV Report of the Year’, for their fake news exposé of our Legion event.
Asian Media Awards as we might anticipate is another of the racist organisations that have come into being in recent years to promote the specific interests of the Asian community in Britain.
Their website states, “Established in 2013, the awards aim to highlight the ground breaking work of reporters and producers in highlighting issues affecting race relations and human rights”.
Asian Media Awards, “showcases the very best talent working in the Asian media and those working in the mainstream media”.
So, let us end this article by ‘showcasing’ the ‘unique talent’ that is Rohit Kachroo, as seen in his most famous outside broadcast, demonstrating clearly his scintillating grasp of spoken English and his uncanny ability to define in precise and cogent terms the key aspects of the news we so urgently need to hear:
Our readers may be amused at the sight and lack of sartorial elegance displayed by Rohit Kachroo, wearing what appears to be, a jacket and shirt that are possibly as much as two sizes too small. Perhaps they shrank in the rain?
Spurred on by his recent award, and not quitting while he is ahead, it appears Rohit Kachroo has commissioned more ‘undercover investigative journalism’ targeting advocates for the indigenous White people of Britain and I will be reporting more fully on Rohit and his associates in further articles, so we can all gain a fuller understanding of the little games they play.
By Max Musson © 2017
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