Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Grooming gangs in Leicester reported

At last the activities of grooming gangs exploiting children in Leicester has been acknowledged and reported on.

The Leicester Mercury published the report, outlining the activities of these verminous creatures.

Once again it involves vulnerable, troubled youngsters. Once again the majority of victims are white girls, though some are boys and different ethnicities. And once again it has been known about for a very long time, but swept under the carpet in order to preserve the false ideology that different cultures will happily live together in harmony. Some can, some can't; it is to hoped that Leicestershire Police have the guts needed to go against the liberal agenda and rid our city of these polluting individuals once and for all.

Sunday, 10 January 2016

BNP struck off electoral register?

Statement from BNP Chairman, Adam Walker:

A clerical error of misplaced £25 registration fee has catapulted the BNP into the headlines.

Far from being a matter for concern, the media interest in this easily corrected, technical oversight proves how relevant and newsworthy the BNP is.

As members and supporters will be aware from the huge media frenzy surrounding the BNP today, the Electoral Commission has technically and temporarily de-registered the party.

To put this into context, every political party must pay a £25 registration fee to the Electoral Commission of England annually to remain on the electoral register.

Owing to an unforeseen error, this routine registration fee has, at this point, not been processed for 2016.

This minor technical issue is being put right as we speak.

We can assure all members, supporters and voters that the BNP will be re-registered within a matter of days ready for our big push for the May elections.

In a communication this afternoon, the Electoral Commission has set out in writing the fact that the BNP is protected by law, and the simple re-registration currently underway cannot be sabotaged by hostiles.

Re-registration is in progress – it’s a simple process which only the BNP national officials who are currently in communication with the Electoral Commission are allowed to make:

“Under Section 33 (4) of PPERA, the British National Party’s identity markers, name, descriptions and emblems are protected until the 31st December 2017.

“This means that the Electoral Commission will not consider applications from other parties to register the same or similar name, description, and emblems during that period except applications by the British National Party in its current format.”

All members, supporters and voters can rest assured that it is business as usual for the BNP.

Now we’re looking forward to the Greater London Assembly, Welsh Assembly, and Local Elections throughout the country this coming May.

Kind regards,

Adam Walker
BNP Chairman

Thursday, 10 September 2015

Minutes of the Leicestershire BNP Meeting held in west Leicestershire, 5th September 2015

The meeting opened at 14:35 by Regional Organiser Geoff Dickens on Saturday 5th Sept. 2015.

 Minutes of the last meeting were read by the Secretary and agreed as accurate.

Matters arising largely dealt with the funeral details concerning the recent death, and funeral, of Bob Walton who passed away on 8th August. Bob's legacy, Geoff promised, would be used wisely on behalf of Leics./E.Mids BNP.

The General Election, we were told, cost us about £1500, with quite an amount of leafleting in the Charnwood and Skegness areas. Membership in Leicestershire remains static and we now look forward to recruiting, and re enlisting, new and old members, rather like we did in 2003 and 2004.

We`re financially stable, both locally and nationally.

It was agreed that weekly "Meet the Public" leafleting sessions were to restart beginning on Saturday 12th September.

As a result of a quick check-up, it was agreed by the meeting that all existing officers would remain in their positions for the coming year 2015-2016, this motion was passed, but remains to be ratified at a Regional Meeting.

The Collection and raffle raised £363. 

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Petition, please sign!

Would you all please sign this petition. Spread the word on Facebook, Twitter, forums, etc.


Petition:  Refuse asylum seekers & remove support for so called refugee migrants in the UK

A petition for people who do not support the petition "Accept more asylum seekers and increase support for refugee migrants in the UK."


Friday, 21 August 2015

Bob Walton, R,I.P

It is with great sadness that we have to announce the death of Bob Walton on 8th August, 2015

Bob was born on 8th April, 1931 at Freeby, in Leicestershire, and up until quite recently he was one of Leicestershire BNP's most energetic activists, and staunchly loyal to the Party. He had been involved with Nationalism since the early 1970s, always ready for leafleting, and he constructed a special BNP trailer which he brought to protests.

He was a very 'hands-on' man, restoration of classic motor-cycles being one of his talents; a generous man who was always keen to help in any way he could. Bob was renowned for his witty quips and monologues, his sense of humour -  his jokes being a by-word!

Always bouncy and positive, it was a shock therefore to hear that he was in hospital with depression. Not like Bob at all. Later it was found that he had lung cancer. Before he retired, Bob worked as a crane driver for a local firm. This apparently involved him being exposed to asbestos.

We will miss Bob, he was a real character, and a true, patriotic Englishman. We send sympathy and conolences to his family and many friends. Bless you, Bob, and thank you.

Bob's funeral will take place at Gilroes Cemetery on Groby Road, Leicester, LE3 9QG on Friday, 4th September at 10.45am. All who knew Bob are welcome. Please be there by 10.30am.

Friday, 12 June 2015

Anti radicalisation software is being tested in local secondary schools -

The Leicester Mercury rported on 11th June that 2 local secondary schools  are testing anti-radicalism software.
The schools, which have not been named, are piloting a programme which raises alarms if pupils key one of a 1,000 suspect terms.
Extremist phrases which will trigger the system include "jihadi bride" and "YODO", short for you only die once.

This seems odd at first glance as we are told that Leicester is a haven of multiculture and tolerance!

Yet, only back in May, the newspaper reported that a man and woman had been arrested on suspicion of terrorism.
"The Met said the pair were detained on suspicion of making preparations for acts of terrorism under section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 and making funding arrangements for the purpose of terrorism under section 17 of the Terrorism Act 2000.