Troy Southgate is the political bizarro responsible for establishing a fascist groupuscule known as the New Right in the UK, and for propagating the bizarro doctrine of ‘national anarchism’. In Australia (and um, New Zealand), his Antipodean equivalent is Welf Herfurth, who’s established a groupuscule of the same name propagating the same philosophy (and to which a few local teenagers and twenty-somethings have been attracted). Anyway, it’s all rather old information now, but Southgate appears to have dabbled in ‘security’.
In 2005, the ‘Anglo-Saxon League’ emerged in the UK.
An Introduction to the Anglo Saxon League.
We are a NON PROFIT [Mutual] aid organisation for members & their families.
We believe in building a NON materialist, Traditional Family based alternative to today[‘]s modern world.
Our way may not be everyone[‘]s, but it’s ours.
We will not push or [implement] our way of life on anyone & we in turn expect the same.
Please view our website & decide for yourself.
The usual shite.
What’s rather odd about the League (or rather was — the League is apparently now defunct) is its contact address: Suite 530, 27 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2EW, England. Further, the same address is used by ‘BMB Security Services’. The supposed connection between Southgate and BMB is that the League was another one of his various front groups — like many others on the political fringes, Southgate has a habit of establishing one group after another: the English Nationalist Movement, the National Revolutionary Faction, the English People’s Party, the Anglo-Saxon League, the New Right, et cetera. The BMB site (no longer available) linked to MI5. This, supposedly, constitutes evidence of Southgate’s sneaky service for the state… a rather tenuous link, in my opinion.
Curiously, a company of the same name (“BMB Security Pty Ltd”) also operates in Australia — but this is probably just a coincidence.