Saturday, 14 April 2012

Minutes of Joint Leicestershire meeting, 12th April 2012

East Midlands RO, Geoff Dickens, opened the meeting, starting with a minute's silence for Security Team activist Dennis Scullion, who died last week, aged 47.

The Minutes of the last Meeting were read and agreed.

East Midlands raised £4,540.22 for London; our own website shows that we (East Mids) raised the most -£4,540.22. Geoff handed out leaflets 'Racism cuts both ways'. We need to encourage young ones to join, he said, as they have a different perspective having grown up in a multicultural society. About Marxist persecution, Geoff gave the example of the extreme treatment meted out to the Tweeter who made comments only but did not incite anything; and closer to home, our candidate in Lincoln, Dean Lowther, taken in for questioning for making comments on Facebook -someone 'perceived it to be racist! Candidates were requested to close their Facebook accounts during election periods. There has always been a small amount of immigration, until recently it had made no difference to our country. Carlos Cortiglia, an Italian who came to Britain in 1989: "I like the UK, I love the British way of life". Carlos does not want to dress his wife up in a burkha, or change our country; Sharia is not for the European peoples. "The Left seek to destroy; we seek to preserve".

Locally, Paul's election campaign needs leafletters. Cathy retained her seat and it is hopeful in Amber Valley, but it was while Labour was very unpopular.

Our young guest speaker, Andy Holden, told us how the educational system indoctrinated youngsters into multiculturalism. He spoke of Hollywood's 'one world, one people' outlook. But he asked us to consider White architecture; we brought order to the world. Andy spoke of the strong Jewish nationalism; of terrorised anthropologists; how Hollywood films ignore communism and the 20 million killed in Russia; how his school tried to tie in the Holocaust with the BNP, a slander Andy never understood. He asked why we should think of South Africa's racial groups but not our own; questioned the natural instincts of last year's rioters. Andy. a Leicester-born lad, warned that we are a minority in the city, but noted that the British come off best when we are outnumbered.

Geoff Dickens, thanking Andy for his interesting speech, remarked that the older ones amongst us would not be around when the 'wonderful multiculturalism' happens, so it is good that young ones care. Geoff said that our enemies are in the media; "They love multiculturalism, but not for themselves".

Geoff then told us about 3 bequests to the party, estimating in total to be around £500,000. Probates expected in next few months.

Steve spoke of a man had told him how the White Russians were tortured, even scalped; this was done by Russian Jews; Steve had not known this, he was shocked.

The Collection raised £123.00. The Raffle raised £21.00
The next Meeting is on 2nd June. Redirection point to be announced in the Bulletin.

Thursday, 12 April 2012

R.I.P. Dennis Scullion

We have received the sad news that Dennis Scullion, of Earl Shilton, has passed away.

Dennis, who was only 47, was a single father and leaves 5 children, the youngest being 4 years old.

He was very much involved with the British National Party, and carried out voluntary Security duties for us. A close friend of his writes:

"He did this in the belief that the BNP was the party of the future.

"He remarked to me, that he did this for his childrens future and their right of freedom in the United Kingdom. As friends we spoke on many occassions regarding his involvement with your party. His belief was that current governments continue to be short sighted and seek short to profits rather than looking at sustainable growth. He has been right. I see the demise of the town of Atherstone, Warwickshire that I currently live in, whereby the town slowly dies and communities are sadly being lost.
"Dennis showed rare qualities and demonstrated guts to be counted, which sadly this quality that stood for Great Britain has been replaced by apathy."

Speaking directly to Geoff Dickens, she says:
"Dennis spoke highly of you and recalls that you are an articulate man and a man who never lost sight of his roots and recalls you sharing your pizza. He was a single father and gave his time to the BNP and I have contacted you in the hope that in recognition of his ability to be stand up and be counted, that a BNP Representative would attend the funeral and in return be counted and show their last respects?

His death is of great shock and so sudden; your presence at his final farewell will enable his children to remember him with pride and not be forgotten."

We shall indeed remember Dennis with pride, and send our sympathy and condolences to his children, family and friends.

East Midlands RO, Geoff Dickens, will be attending his funeral, and I'm sure there will be many members, past and present, who will wish to be there.

It will be held at Nuneaton Heart of England Crematorium on Wednesday, 25th April at 9:45 am..
For further details please contact Geoff on 07795000676