In the aftermath of the ‘Battle of Waterloo’ concert in September 1992. The Government, Opposition MP’s of every party and all the left-wing anti-patriotic groups called for a blanket ban on Blood & Honour and demanded the police stop any future concerts in London. A leaflet handed out by the Reds of Class War still smarting from their beatings at the last concert entitled ‘London Calling’, called for 28 to be opposed and stopped at every turn by all means necessary.
The Socialist Workers Party – Anti Nazi League stated that the musical resistance would not be allowed to hold another concert in London and any plans to do so would be met with mass mobilisation and protests……..a claim which was totally implausible and unworkable to anybody with the smallest knowledge on the size of our capital and amount of sympathetic venues there in. What ensued was a game of cat and mouse where 28 had the Reds marching and protesting all over the capital, with a game of deliberate misinformation and phoney gig announcements and posters all playing a part.
On many occasions while 28 held a gig in one area we would bait the Reds and have them protesting in another, far removed from our real location! On more than one occasion the Reds picketed, marched and attacked what they believed was a 28 concert only to find a “pop” concert or even a wedding on one famous night! This tactic has since spread and used to much affect all over Great Britain.
Since 1992 the concert jovially named London Calling has been held to celebrate Waterloo and show up the stupidity of the degenerate Red anti-patriotic groups infesting our workplaces, schools, universities and government in our nation and there continued fanciful boasts.
A selection of flyers from past B & H London Calling concerts.