Monday, 31 August 2009

BNP Horror Stories Just a Fabrication

The News of the World published an article, over a week after the BNP's Red, White and Blue Festival at Codnor, Derbyshire, claiming that a toy golliwog was burnt there. Lurid photographs purporting to be taken at the Festival were added to the article. But members present at the RWB have questioned the veracity of the NOTW claims. The following letter, addressed to the Ripley and Heanor News, was written by an eye-witness at the RWB Festival:


"The claims that BNP councillors took part in an alleged distasteful burning of a Golly Doll are a total fabrication. No local BNP Councillors saw or even heard about any incidents reported on the front page of last week’s paper until reading the allegations in the national papers.

"I camped at RWB on the Saturday night, camp fires were not allowed. The site wardens were very quick to extinguish any open fires that were lit even to the disgruntlement of some people; I didn’t see any fires on the camp site. This leads me to agree with our host Alan Warner that the footage published by a national gutter rag was most likely ‘stage managed’. Nevertheless I condemn any and all instances of burning effigies, which is disgusting and definitely not a British means of expression. This type of behaviour is usually the preserve of flag burning foreigners, communists and the freakish assortment of oddballs that protest against the BNP.

"It seems to me that cooked-up horror stories about the BNP are to serve one purpose, to be a distraction from what the BNP really stand for and really do."

Cllr Lewis Allsebrook (BNP Councillor for Heanor West)

Sunday, 23 August 2009

Muslim Post Office owner, Wales - a disgrace to Britain

A British mother has been banned by a Muslim Post office owner in Wales, from sending parcels to her soldier son!

How much more are we going to sit back and accept?? We should be bussing down there to demonstrate outside his post office reminding him just whose damn country this is and where he needs to go if he does not care to fit in with our ways and show support for our forces.

Watch the video here

Please pass this info on to as many as you can, I am proud to say that Diane Leech is a good friend of mine, a great and dedicated lady to the cause of the soldiers needs and of her country. She needs many more volunteers to send parcels and funds to her so she can get them out to the soldiers, OUR BRAVE SONS & DAUGHTERS! Her details are given at the end of this video.

Thank you for your time,


Sunday, 16 August 2009

Red, White and Blue Festival, August 2009

It has been a disappointingly wet Summer, but for the weekend of the BNP's Red, White and Blue Festival in Derbyshire the sun shone brightly. The only time it rained was on Saturday while the far-left protesters were marching past the site. Which should give a hint as to who the favoured ones are!

Patriotic people came from all over Britain to meet old friends, enjoy traditional regional foods and listen to talks by prominent BNP members.
Everyone wanted to meet and congratulate our new MEPs, Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons, and to hear them speak, and of course they weren't disappointed, as the two gave talks, joined in Question Time and gave inspiring addresses to round off the Festival.

The Political Tent was packed for all other talks too, with all speakers greeted with enthusiastic applause. This year, representatives from all Regions also gave short talks, and the East Midlands was represented by Cllr. John Ryde,who is our Regional Press Officer.

Sunday morning began with a parade of ex-service personnel. They were roundly applauded. At the end of the Sunday Service, Alwynne Deacon, looking immaculate in his Regimental dress uniform, played the cornet and one of the ex- servicemen gave an address, asking us to remember those who still fight in foreign lands, after which we held a one-minute silence to mark those who have lost their lives.

It was noticeable at the Sunday Service, conducted by Reverend Robert West, that his congregation had swelled enormously this year. It is interesting then, that our people are returning to traditional Christianity while turning away from the politically hampered Established Church. Revd. West's sermon was a scholarly dissertation which the Bishops could well take heed of.

The nit-picking local Council had refused music and alcohol licences in an attempt to put people off, and stop our enjoyment, but naturally it didn't work. The British people are quite able to endure Prohibition for a while - we're not known as a country of tea drinkers for nothing - and a spell of country quietness which was a nice change from being blasted with plastic pop, and worse, in our everyday lives.

Of course we have to mention the protests. The Marxist UAF and Unions allied with misguided local campaigners to disrupt the event and police had to hem in 3 lots of them. We arrived early at one of the points, but on telling the police there that we were BNP members they couldn't do enough for us. The police cordon parted to let us through, and we even had a police escort part of the way! It certainly isn't the ordinary police officers who are against our meeting, that is clear. Later, protesters lay in the road, which delayed some festival-goers, but most used their initiative and got there anyway. 19 protesters were arrested; hopefully this year they will be charged, not let off off with a finger-wagging.

Well deserved thanks go to the Derbyshire police for looking after us over the weekend, protecting us and local residents from the nastiness and violence that these particular protesters are known for.

A huge "Thank You" goes to the wonderful people of Codnor and Denby who, in spite of having to put up with the disruption to their lives caused entirely by these rowdy protesters, nevertheless gave us their amazing support. Stories came in from those trapped in a road-jam, many with little children, of residents bringing out cups of tea, and offers to use their toilets. This is the Dunkirk spirit! We send a virtual bouquet to each and every one of you, you deserve it.

Bouquets also go to the organisers of the event, the set-up team, and BNP security. You all worked so hard, and we thank you all for making the RWB 2009 such a wonderful and memorable event.

Pictures below of the Festival. Thank you to Leicester Boy for them.

Osama Bin Laden gets pelted in the Stocks! (courtesy Melton and Rutland BNP)

Nick Griffin's Address. Note the ex-service personnel in front.

A Redcoat soldier comes from the past to talk to modern patriots

Osama gets pelted yet again!

Leicester BNP's very popular stall. As well as the legendary free sampling of local cheeses and Melton pies, there were collectable back issues of Freedom and Identity (mostly 1990s), flags, soft toys, patriotic merchandise, garden plants and hanging baskets on sale this year.

'A Taste of Leicestershire'

The MEP tent.Here you could buy limited edition commemorative cards signed by Nick Griffin or Andrew Brons, individualised to the buyer by a calligrapher.

The campsite. Patriotic flags flutter proudly under an English sky.

A closer view of the campsite, the only place where we were allowed alcoholic drinks.

The Political Marquee, where talks, auction and Sunday Service were held

The Truth truck is becoming a veteran activist too!

Northampton Branch ran a raffle; the prize, a huge, cuddly grizzly bear was won by a Leicester member and is settling in to his new home nicely.

Bouncy castles and fun in the sun.

The forgotten victims of multiculturalism were remembered here.

The prize in the BNP raffle -a brand-new car.

The East Midlands Regional Organiser, Geoff Dickens, chats to a visitor to the Leicestershire stall.

"Where's that cheeseknife gone?"!
East Midland stalls seen in the background here were selling delicious hotdogs, and home-made cakes.

Our visitor samples the white Stilton with cranberries cheese.

And finally...

In order not to break any Equality and Diversity laws, we thought we'd better publish a picture of some of the scruffy Marxists - sorry -protesters who caused havoc on Saturday and cost the taxpayers nigh on £500,000.

Thursday, 13 August 2009

New BNP Main Phoneline

The BNP now has a new main phoneline with a professional menu system in place. This new number must be displayed and promoted at every possible opportunity.
The new line covers memberships, joining, donations, subscriptions, publications, accounts, media and general enquiries. The new number is:

0207 078 3269

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Nick Griffin MEP on The Political Cesspool

Nick Griffin, the Chairman of the British National Party recently elected to the European Parliament appeared on the conservative Political Cesspool Radio Show on Saturday, August 8. This was the first American radio broadcast for Mr. Griffin since his election to the EU Parliament.

The Political Cesspool Show is broadcast throughout the US via radio stations that carry Liberty News Radio programs. The program is also available through the Internet. The award-winning Poltical Cesspool Show gained national attention in the US for broadcasts featuring columnist Pat Buchanan, author Jerome Corsi, rocker Ted Nugent, and other conservative celebrities.

Host James Edwards has appeared on episodes of The Paula Zahn Show on CNN and the Political Cesspool has been the subject of articles in The New York Times, Newsweek, The London Mirror, and Huffington Post.

Listen to Nick Griffin being interviewed by the one and only James Edwards of the Political Cesspool in this one hour long programme. Listen or download the show here.

Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Right to Repair Campaign

Thanks to the EU you will not be able to get your car serviced at an Independent garage from 2011.

You will have no option but to take it to the manufacturers dealers, who will charge you more for good measure.
At the moment, you have the right to service or repair your car wherever you wish,
but if the only place you’re able to do that is at a manufacturer dealership or manufacturer approved franchise, prepare to be hit hard in the pocket.

Almost inevitably, it means you, the motorist, will have a much greater distance to travel to have your vehicle serviced or maintained. Costing you more in terms of money (increased fuel use) and time.

Almost overnight, any business not tied to a vehicle manufacturer for repair and service will disappear– taking with it literally thousands upon thousands of jobs.
Your local garage; mechanical and service outlets; tyre and exhaust centres; specialists such as electrical and air con; body repair shops. Even roadside assistance providers - all will suffer.
There’s also those who manufacture and distribute to these businesses – all decimated.
It is,without doubt, the death knell of the entire independent aftermarket.

Add the further disincentive of soaring repair costs, and it’s clear more and more people will be tempted to service their cars less frequently. This, in turn, will almost certainly see a rise in the number of cars on the road operating inefficiently.
All of which is bound to have a negative impact on the environment. Not to mention road safety levels.

With the exception of the Vehicle Assemblers and their dealerships it is in everyone’s interest to ensure that R2RC succeeds in its aim – to ensure that the consumers right to choose where they have their vehicle repaired is protected and to ensure that the repair arena remains a competitive one. Write to your MP or MEP today.

Please visit R2RC and SIGN THE PETITION now to try and stop this useless piece of legislation coming into force that will put thousands of people out of a job, and even more out of pocket.