This summer. Coming to a town near you. Football hooliganism's answer to Muslim extremists.
Armed with Youtube videos and Facebook pages a group calling itself Casuals United is organising protests in areas with large Muslim populations.
The main targets of their vengeance are Anjem Choudary and his followers.
Anjem Choudary used to be the right-hand man of Omar Bakri – an extremist preacher who has been deported by the government. Bakri's organisation – Al Muhajiroon – was banned but it continues to operate with the same leaders and followers under the name Islam 4 UK.
In the past it has held protests threatening Europe with another Holocaust and calling for those who insult Islam to be beheaded. It refers to the 7/7 bombers as the "fantastic four" and 9/11 hijackers as the "magnificent 19". Far from your average Muslims.
Most recently it has been responsible for demonstrating with inflammatory placards at the homecoming parade of British troops from Afghanistan. And it is this that has sparked this round of protests.
Incensed at seeing British troops being harangued by lunatics, people in Luton demonstrated against the extremists. Since then, protests have been held in Whitechapel and Birmingham with England football shirts and football chants being customary.
However, Casuals United's Youtube videos betray the roots of their grievances. Churches turned into mosques, women in veils and photos doctored to include Islamic symbolism are among the images used to appeal to the rest of their brethren. Although it is Anjem Choudary who is the bogeyman, it is all Muslims who are potential targets.
They fear that Muslims will conquer Britain and establish Shariah law. Evidently, after years of muttering to themselves in pubs about "muzzies", they have finally decided to take a stand to protect their way of life (although it's unclear what their "way of life" is).
At last week's protest in Birmingham there were shouts of "We want our country back", the chorus of "God Save the Queen" and quickly hushed shouts of "We want Muslims out".
The group seems very eager not to come across as racist. It appeals to "all communities" to come together to protest extremism but at the same time its list of grievances includes apparent no go areas for whites and Birmingham fast becoming the first non-white majority city.
However, the reach of the group is quite minimal, with the protests attracting around 100 people at most. Which is around the same amount that Al Muhajiroon can gather.
In the bigger scheme of things Casuals United is as irrelevant as Al Muhajiroon. But as the two groups follow each other around the country and gain the attention of a media in the grasps of summer madness, things may get very nasty.
Further demos are planned for Luton, Birmingham and Manchester.
The sooner World Cup 2010 gets here the better.
Casuals United's Facebook page
One of Casuals United's Youtube videos
Promoting the Birmingham protest
The protest in Birmingham
Al Muhajiroon's latest front - Islam 4 UK