On the centenary of World War I, the digital project 'Cause and Effect' is telling the stories that have been overlooked to suit Britain's narrative of red poppy patriotism.
Two YouTubers accidentally organised a fan meet-and-greet that clashed with Remembrance Sunday.
Remembrance Sunday is the high point in the UK white pride calendar—a day for the fascist National Front (NF) to sully the day with their presence, while others try to stop them.
In Glasgow, a group of provocative anti-war activists are so convinced that the real message of remembrance has been lost that they spent last week covering the city with posters of black poppies.
Every year, the fascists of the National Front (NF) hold a march on the day that those who fought and died to defeat Hitler are remembered. This year, the NF split into two factions and organized two separate, but equally offensive, parades.
It doesn't mean you like war. Why would it mean you like war?