According to the BBC:
'Mr Denham said such right-wing protesters were trying to provoke an "overreaction" from the Asian community. "Then people blame the people who overreact and the situation gets out of control," he said.'
It's clear where Mr Denham's sympathies lie, not with the law-abiding public or the police, caught in the middle, or even with the liberal traditionalist who believes that everyone has a right to express their view, even if it is offensive to some.
Why shouldn't we blame the 'people who overreact', i.e. the ones who were looking for violence with their political opponents, and failing that, the police? Are they not responsible for their own actions?
As for the 'anti-fascists', I'm guessing the irony of their reliance on fascistic tactics of violent intimidation escapes them.