Love Music Hate Racism

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Love Music Hate "Racism"
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Rock Against Racism (RAR) was a politically correct propaganda campaign set up in the United Kingdom in 1976 and involved concerts with an anti-racist theme. The Trotskyist Anti-Nazi League was involved. RAR was reborn in 2002 as Love Music Hate Racism with the Anti-Nazi League/Unite Against Fascism again being involved.

Existence 2002-present
Type hate group
Purpose Glorify the ethnic cleansing of British people through third world immigration.
Location London, United Kingdom
Affiliation Trotskyite SWP
UAF terrorist network

The self-styled "Love Music Hate Racism" (also known as LMHR), commonly nicknamed Love Marxism Hate Races, is a Trotskyist hatefest in the United Kingdom masquerading as a music festival since 2002.


Its primary purpose is to try and put a positive spin on the ethnic cleansing of British people through third world immigration since the end of World War II. It is another front group of the Trotskyist Socialist Workers Party and is operated by its former leader, convicted criminal and accused rapist Martin Smith.

Some of the people who attend are simply useful idiots, or otherwise like some of the bands who have attended, rather than support the communist agenda of the organisers. Despite this, the SWP use the attendance figures to exagerate the number of people who support their political agenda. They consider themselves as the successors of the so-called "Rock Against Racism" hoax. LMHR are used by the Trotskyist SWP's pro-peadophile terrorist front-group UAF as a recruiting ground.

The Jewish drug addict Pete Doherty is perhaps the best known "entertainer" to appear. Generally it features a mixture of indie and ska bands, along with various representatives of negro "urban music" [sic], such as Ms. Dynamite, Roll Deep and Lowkey. The hipster magazine NME is known to have promoted their events.

Rapist leader accusations

During the later part of 2012 and into 2013, the SWP fell into internal crisis because of accusations of rape being made against Martin Smith, refered to in some parts of the press as "Comrade Delta".[1] This led to a split into two factions within the party leadership; some members such as Tom Walker, a red journalist left the SWP as a result.[1] A female party member accused Martin Smith of sexually assaulting her over a six-month period between the years 2008 and 2009, but was afraid to go to the police.

The SWP refused to take it to the police on the rationale that it doesn't believe "bourgeois court system."[2][3][4] Instead the central committee held an internal vote on the case and supported Smith, however this split the membership with a 231 in favour and 209 against. The minutes of the meeting were leaked over the internet by Andy Newman, a Marxist from New Labour who runs the so-called Socialist Unity blog.[2]

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