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.
Police have made early morning raids on several addresses in the North of England this morning whilst investigating claims that the North West Infidels having being using the Internet to incite racial hatred.
Computer equipment and mobile phones have been taken by police and several of the Infidels are in custody.
The BBC are repoting that arrests we made in Tyneside, Birkenhead, Barnsley, County Durham and Holloway, north London.
Two other properties in Leeds and Knaresborough, North Yorkshire were also searched.
Counter-terrorism officers say they are questioning those being held.
Sky News has reported that Darren Yateley, 43, was arrested in Shrewsbury Drive in Backworth, North Tyneside, on suspicion of public order offences. He has been bailed.
Paul Duffy, 46, was arrested in Elgin Avenue, Seaham, on suspicion of the same offences and continues to be held by detectives.
Panic has errupted within the far right group. Holly Murs, one of the admins for the Infidels pages desparately tries to delete the men that have been arrested from Facebook.
We are sure this comes as no coincidence that this raid has taken place during the week of the Breivik trial. EDL member Paul Stearnes seems to agree.