A meeting of the Rightist think tank the South-West Forum was attacked by an as-yet unnamed Leftist terrorist group yesterday. They began by hurling bricks through the window of the venue booked for the conference at the end of Kevin Layzell's speech. They then punched several elderly members of the group, as well as organiser Julie Lake.
However, the attack did not go as planned, as, after the initial surprise, the attendees fought back, forcing the Leftist thugs into retreat and submission. Max Musson, 64, was forced into giving one a good beating in self-defence, with the initial aggressor finally scrambling away in defeat.
Despite a cut mouth and bruising, Julie Lake joked, "Can you imagine them back at their muster point? A 64-year-old 'fascist' just beat the crap out of me!"
She added that the terrorists' actions were "entirely counter-productive. This violence emboldens us, makes us bond together, makes us more determined, recruits us more people."
The meeting itself was barely disrupted and resumed in another room as the glass was swept up from the Leftist thugs' vandalism.
It is thought that the Leftist mob followed Mrs Lake to the venue after her address was given out on the internet by Jack Sen, real name Dilip Sengupta, a mixed-race Indian who has tried to infiltrate several nationalist organisations and hand on members' details to Hope Not Hate (a violent Communist organisation) and to the police in the hope of members being convicted of Orwellian hatecrimes.
Mrs Lake's house had already been the target of Dilip Sengupta's followers earlier this year.
The South-West Forum is a spin-off of Jez Turner's London Forum, the successor to Jonathan Bowden's New Right London think tank for Rightist thought.