Like the Libtards & Antifa in America who threw a collective mass temper-tantrum after Mr Trump’s inauguration they show themselves up on how they don’t understand or care much for democracy. As for “tolerance” it just depends I suppose how they tolerate some things (eg.terrorist activities) more than others(e.g. rival political parties) No matter how much we dislike a party’s policies, we still have the ballot box through which to voice our protests, instead of being destructive, threatening violence,house robbery & arson
Exposed: Labour anarchists ‘joke’ about burning down Tories’ houses while threatening ‘war’ in days before election as party’s signs across the country are daubed with Nazi graffiti
- EXCLUSIVE: Labour supporters plotting to burn or burgle pro-Tory houses
- On web post about signs, one anarchist wrote: ‘I like em shows ya who to torch!’
- Another added: ‘It’s sickening! Burn the f****** lot!’ and vowed to ‘rob’ homes
- It comes as Tory signs across the country are daubed with vile graffiti
- Labour supporters have revealed they are behind many of the vandal attacks
- In a shocking series of comments a man named Richard J Perry bragged about ripping down the placards and then said: ‘F*** the consequences, this is war’
It comes as placards bearing the names and faces of Tory candidates have been defaced with vile graffiti including Nazi symbols and the word ‘scum’ across the country.
Labour supporters have revealed they are behind many of the vandal attacks with one writing: ‘It’s sickening! Burn the f****** lot!’
A woman named Louise Coombes-Walker shared details of a large placard in the garden of a ‘massive gated house’, which she vowed to ‘bike round after dark to deface’.
Tory placards have been vandalised across the country, including this one of Karen Bradley who is a candidate for the Staffordshire Moorlands
A post on Facebook made by trade unionist Andrew Osborne, pictured above left with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, hosted some of the shocking comments made by anarchists
Conservative candidate for Elmet & Rothwell Alec Shelbrooke had his poster daubed with vile graffiti reading ‘Tory Scum’
Placards put up by supporters of Brecon and Radnorshire candidate Chris Davies were left in tatters
Meanwhile Zoe Charles, 48, from Walsall, said she had seen ‘a fair few’ Tory posters and claimed she was ‘tempted to sharpie a Hitler side parting and tache’.
On one Facebook post Labour supporters even vowed to ‘start a database’ of Tory homes and threatened to charge party members who wanted to be removed.
In another shocking series of comments, a man named Richard J Perry – who displays an ‘I’m Voting Labour’ sticker on his profile – bragged about a 2.5 foot metal bar which he planned to use on a placard in a bid to ‘rip it out of the ground’.
He continued: ‘If only I had some blue spray paint I could do a load of them f****** Lib Dem ones while I’m on my way.’
Jade Marsden had her posters painted over in Sefton Central
Andrew Atkinson’s name was blocked out with red paint in Wrexham – while Edward Timpson of Crewe and Nantwich had a Hitler-style moustache drawn on his face in a picture where he was posing with Prime Minister Theresa May
Perry then asked Andrew Osborne – a trade unionist who has been pictured with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Russell Brand – if he could drive him to the site of a sign posted in Cambridge, writing: ‘F*** the consequences, this is war.’
But moments later he revealed he had been forced to ‘abort’ his ‘mission’ because he feared damaging a nearby vehicle during his ‘prompt neutralisation’ of the sign.
In a comment revealing the disturbing tactics used by Labour supporters, he added: ‘I’d have to change tactics at the last moment and mission overrun with possible blown cover.’
Stephen Paul replied: ‘I can hear the rattling of red spray paints from here…’
Andrew Osborne, who posted the location of a Tory ‘poster board’ in Cambridge, is pictured with Russell Brand
Some of the most shocking posts uncovered during a MailOnline investigation were left by football fan Jordie Lewes from Brighton – who wrote: ‘We know who to rob when our kids get ill and we can’t afford the treatment.’
He also wrote: ‘It’s sickening! Burn the f****** lot!’
Lewes was commenting on a status written by Oscar Hendrix who had boasted that he was ‘glad to see’ the defacement of the posters, which can cost hundreds of pounds.
On the same post, Colm Harris, 58, from London, wrote: ‘Rig up a roman catapult and send over cows*** in paper bags! 50 points if you get the front door!’
Jordie Lewes, pictured left and right, commented on a Facebook post about the Tory signs saying that he wanted to ‘burn the f****** lot’ and said ‘we know who to rob’
These Conservative signs were plastered with the slogans ‘Tories out’, ‘NHS for sale’ and ‘more austerity’
Labour supporters climbed up a building and vandalised bricks below a poster of Jade Marsden in Sefton Central
One man calling himself Drew Demolition, who sports long dreadlocks as well as multiple piercings, commented: ‘I like em shows ya who to torch!’
His Facebook account is not linked to the Labour party but he follows various left-wing pages online.
He was replying to a status written by Paul Robert Floyd, who likes more than 100 anarchist pages on Facebook and who commented that Tory signs show which houses to ‘pilfer from’.
On the same status another Labour supporter, Paul Derbyshire, wrote: ‘Kill it with fire.’
One man calling himself Drew Demolition commented: ‘I like em shows ya who to torch’
Drew Demolition, who sports long dreadlocks as well as multiple piercings, left the shocking comment on a Facebook post
Tory election agent Simon Jamieson, who is in charge of the campaign in Sefton, near Liverpool, told MailOnline that party members were ‘frightened’ of putting up signs.
He said that vandals had daubed graffiti on a sign costing hundreds of pounds that featured local candidate Jade Marsden.
Protesters also climbed to reach a building displaying a sign supporting Ms Marsden and sprayed ‘Vote Labour’ on the side.
Mr Jamieson told MailOnline: ‘It’s anarchy on the streets. Our activists would not dream of removing or touching or defacing the Labour party posters because we live in a democracy.
Aman named Richard J Perry bragged about a 2.5 foot metal bar which he planned to use on a placard in a bid to ‘rip it out of the ground’
Perry, pictured left and write, wrote: ‘If only I had some blue spray paint I could do a load of them f****** Lib Dem ones while I’m on my way.’
‘We are quite happy that we play the game by the rules, but they have trespassed on property to paint on buildings and to deface our posters, which activists have spent a lot of time raising money for.
‘They’re upset and they feel it’s been robbed out of their own pocket.
‘There’s a new nasty streak running through the Labour party and they feel this is OK.
‘We unfortunately can’t get our members to put our signs up because they are frightened they will get bricks thrown at their windows, frightened they will get threats.
Karen Bradley’s signs have come under repeated attack as she campaigns for election in the Staffordshire Moorlands constituency
Simon Tony Betts, pictured left, wrote that ‘the posts make good kindling’ – as Zoe Charles, pictured right, said she had seen ‘a fair few’ Tory posters and claimed she was ‘tempted to sharpie a Hitler side parting and tache’
‘I’m a big sturdy lad – not a lot frightens me, but the tone of some of these people concerns me and they are operating outside the law.
‘We all have our different views but we must be allowed to be heard otherwise we’re not a democracy.
He added: ‘I haven’t reported it to the police because we don’t want to waste their time.
‘We accept it’s criminal damage, we accept it’s a bit of rough and tumble of politics but it’s this underlying threatening behaviour that seems to be coming from Labour activists – it’s not right and it’s not pleasant.’
Colm Harris, 58, from London, wrote: ‘Rig up a roman catapult and send over cows*** in paper bags! 50 points if you get the front door!’
A Labour spokesman told MailOnline: ‘People should not engage in activity such as this. It would be unacceptable.’
All of those mentioned in this article were approached for comment but none responded.
In 2016, Theresa May branded Labour ‘the nasty party’ during her conference speech as she warned that the party is ‘determined to pit one against another’ and ’embrace the politics of pointless protest that simply pulls people further apart’.
Paul Derbyshire, pictured left, commented on Facebook: ‘Kill it with fire.’ Meanwhile, Stephen Paul, pictured right, said: ‘I can hear the rattling of red spray paints from here…’
She continued: ‘That’s what Labour stands for today. Fighting among themselves. Abusing their own MPs.
‘Threatening to end their careers. Tolerating anti-Semitism and supporting voices of hate.
‘You know what some people call them? The nasty party.’