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As a poll this morning gives Labour a 9% lead the drama increases. As we learn that there will be European elections it is highly likely that Jeremy Corbyn will win two national elections in a year .
Yesterday one of my clients rang me to tell me that one ‘Recco Rees”‘ of Landore Swansea us having a wrathful time. Apparently he knows people who will sort me out and with it many other lefties. It’s remarkable how pleasant the far right and other post modern fascists are. It is indeed odd that one Gareth Hanford described young Recco as a ” Good bloke” . One wonders if that sort of definition would make me on this basis an individual worthy of sainthood. It reveals so much about the strong arm tactics of the far right. This is the reality of Brexit Isle. I have screen shots and am paying a visit to Swansea Central. It’s so interesting to know that Recco Reed is a football coach with all that close co text to impressionable young minds. At an early age we are prone to influence from others but I am sure that’s not that the motivation.. is it? 

Tomorrow I am off to the Welsh Labour Conference in Llandudno s a delegate for Brecon and Radnor so I will be keeping you up to date with developments. As Chris Davies MP for Brecon and Radnor faces sentencing on May 22. I understand that following his sentencing a recall petition will begin in 10 points across the constituency. I suspect that there may well be cooperation between Labour, Plaid, the Greens and the Liberal Democrats. It will require 5300 signatures to cause a by election.. we live in interesting times..

..We have seen the face of the hard right this week. We have seen the angry men bully, surround and mock others. These are the men who talk of defending the traditional way of life. Yet the irony is that they cannot tell you what they are defending and most of all they cannot tell you who they themselves are . The Far Right is insecure, they fear the other, they fear another ethnicity, another sexuality, another faith or indeed another lens, or indeed another book or perspective. What do the far right groups define other than a vain attempt to deal with ontological insecurity. The men have bald heads, they dress in Yellow Jackets, they march in groups and behave as if in a borg like collective. They use the same words, such as “patriotic” and they accuse others of being authoritarian and yet when challenged they talk about “paying visits” to those who disagree with them. They project and displace their own darkness on others and are completely unaware both of themselves and of the history of groups like them. They shout out “Nazi” without seeing the Nazi within, they use Nazi salutes yet talk about getting their country back. Like the Bavarian proto fascists they seek to do “good works” to care for the homeless and honour the “military” . Yet they fail to appreciate the deeper darker motives that their leaders have. They do not see the similarities from Fascist history they are never told, never want to learn or perhaps fear that truth will be discovered.

They are not racist they say but they never read Hitler’s claims that he too was not. They work in the community doing good works, teaching sport, showing care but their real aim is to draw in the needy, the lost and the naive to perfectly post modern fascism. Some months ago my little birds and dire wolves illustrated these approaches in exposing the local chapter of Swansea’s so called ‘Democratic Football Lad’s Alliance” . My little observers have brought me even more information concerning this group and it’s alleged methods. It also says much about their local Strasserite de facto leader, Football coach “Recco Rees” and his hidden persona and approach. It’s a powerful illustration of how the far right is infiltrating the public discourse and political culture. Don’t be fooled…
Strasserism (German: Strasserismus or Straßerismus) is a strand of Nazism that calls for a more radical, mass-action and worker-based form of Nazism—hostile to Jews not from a racial, ethnic, cultural or religious perspective, but from an anti-capitalist basis—to achieve a national rebirth. It derives its name from Gregor and Otto Strasser, the two Nazi brothers initially associated with this position.

Opposed on strategic views to Adolf Hitler, Otto Strasser was expelled from the Nazi Party in 1930 and went into exile in Czechoslovakia while Gregor Strasser was murdered in Germany on 30 June 1934 during the Night of the Long Knives. Strasserism remains an active position within strands of neo-Nazism.