The combined ex Forces and the infidels split from the EDL in 2011 after weeks of bickering, back biting and threats of violence. However, not being members of the EDL not does mean they escape our attention.
It has indeed been a turbulent week in the North West's 'patriot' community this week with war breaking out on just about every front.
The Liverpool clan of the North West Infidels have threatened to kick in the heads of Liverpool EDL, due to the fact that the Liverpool EDL refuse to be as racist as them and hang around with Blacks and Jews.
This is not to say the Liverpool EDL are not racist, they are just not as openly racist as the Infidels therefore causing confusion and much anger from the Infidels.
The Infidels were not going to take all this multiculturalism laying down and issued the following Facebook threats.
CxF however, have not had a much better week: Tuesday saw Paul James brand Mike CxF Mosely a 'grass' on Facebook. He then went to threaten to smash his windows...
Mosely responded by claiming he had been stitched up and Paul James had also seen his very rare Mein Kampf book collection worth thousands of pounds which proves he is a 'patriot'.
It culminated in a BNP member threatening to kick Paul James' head in if anything were to happen to Mosely.
CxF then issued this statement shortly after we exposed Mosely:
Mosley then went on a rant spilling the beans that th CxF have a grand total of 12 members. Remember this was the organisation that claimed that they could put a platoon on every street corner within 12 hours.
Even after that highly public spat, James himself did himself no further favours this week, when he got photographed at Liverpool's inaugural National Front meeting with an assortment of Nazis.
James has not being having a great time of it since we exposed him for his fake army record and the real reasons he got thrown out of the Army; burglary.
Reasons why he has been kicked out of the CxF are not clear. There is clearly a rather large black cloud hanging over the whole affair.
And earlier this evening Cxf confirmed James' departure:
That will be the second one they have lost over the last fews days, James being their 'second in command'. CxF are finding it tough to keep a leadership together for more than a couple of months.
Meanwhile, over the Pennines, If things were not bad enough for the Patriots, Snowy met a smooth talking Llama conman disguised as a patriot who not only conned him out of two Llamas but also his car.