The bulk of the article is from the POV of an EDL "spokesmen". It's tempting to claim that the Star simply made these quotes up, but I won't. I'm fairly sure they're genuine.
Given 5 brief lines at the bottom of the article - chances are the majority of Star readers have stopped reading by that point - is UAF's response.
I don't like it. Something very sinister in all this. It's a temptation to mention Mosley and the Daily Mail.
There's sort of a theme of "these niggers/pakis/Muzzies are alright. It's the other niggers/pakis/Muzzies we don't want."
Coupled with this is:
"PAGE 9. I THINK THEY ####ED UP THOUGH,THEY SHOULD HAVE SET THE SPADE ALIGHT INSTEAD OF THE FLAG"
Hmmm. I'm aware the Millwall Youth are a separate entity, but don't they have links with each other?
Curiouser and curiouser.