Richard Edmonds, The BNP and Zundel.
It seems to me that as you get older the questions that troubled you in your youth rarely seem to matter, but one topic often comes up: memory, and more importantly why do we remember certain things and not others.
I would be the first to acknowledge that my faculties are incredibly diminished, but when I see a picture of the well-known neofascist Richard Edmonds my mind seems to come alive. I can picture him in my mind walking down the road, he’s tall and has a certain mannerism.
Why I remember him I can’t tell you, but I do.
Richard Edmonds has been a neofascist for over 30 years, from his time in the National Front and now in the BNP.
Edmonds like so many modern neofascists tries to hide his darker side and appear presentable, but his true character and real attitudes eventually come out.
Therefore, I was not too surprised when Edmonds went to provide support to Ernest Zundel.
Older readers will remember that Zundel is the genuine article, an unrepentant Hitler lover and the author of the well-known neofascist classic, “The Hitler We Loved and Why.”
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