Kent Police are investigating far-right stickers with phrases such as “Hitler was right”, “they lied about Hitler” and “national socialist now”, just weeks after Campaign Against Antisemitism reported that similar stickers appeared in the area.
The new graffiti was found in Cliftonville and Dane Valley in the first week of July.
At the time, Campaign Against Antisemitism commented that we have monitored and reported on far-right stickering operations, including on university campuses, for a long time, including by the new far-right Hundred Handers group. We continue to call on the authorities to take action against these seemingly low-level incidents, including because they are gateways into more heinous and dangerous activity.
A police spokesperson said: “Kent Police received reports on July 1 and 7 regarding offensive graffiti and other material found on street furniture and buildings in several roads in the Cliftonville and Dane Valley areas. Enquiries into the reports are ongoing as officers work to identify potential CCTV opportunities.”
If you have any more information, please contact Kent Police on 01843 222289 quoting 46/116043/20.”