Monday, 29 April 2013

Mob-handed: Politicised Police At It Again In Thurnby Lodge

A riot van, 7 police officers in stab proof vests, that was the scene on St George’s day in a quiet residential street in Thurnby Lodge.

One could have been mistaken that there was about to be the arrest of a violent criminal gang or maybe a raid on a drugs den.

The reality was something far more sinister.

They were there to arrest a mother in front of her two youngest children.

She was arrested and led to the waiting van whilst her children sobbed in fear for their mother.

The mother too was in a terrible state.

The police cared not that the mother and the younger of the children both had heart conditions, ailments that the police were already well aware of.

It was lucky that a family friend was on hand to care for the children until their father could be contacted.

The arresting officer was none other than the thug referred to in a previous update.

What was the heinous crime that this woman had allegedly committed? Murder? terrorism? maybe a bank robbery?

It was none of these things, again it is something far more sinister.

She has been accused by the imam Lockhart of sticking her middle finger up to him. An accusation that she strenuously denies. An accusation that was also allegedly witnessed by members of the Lockhart family.

So let’s get this straight. On the say so of these people anyone can be dragged from their children, thrown into a cell for over 7 hours and now potentially end up with a criminal record.

Even if this “crime” had been committed then it would not warrant such heavy handed policing.

Please bear in mind that the police that were on duty at the time of the alleged incident did not witness any wrongdoing by this lady.

The puppet master has again shown the power that he holds over our politicised police. They bend to his will and do his bidding.

Let’s not forget that these people are the interlopers and the protestors are only there to defend what should be a community building from being seized by outsiders.

There should be no crime in protecting community buildings from being taken over by people not of that community.

There should be no crime when exercising freedom of expression or freedom of assembly. 
There should be no crime in any of these but in Thurnby Lodge this seems not to be the case.

We offer the protestors our best wishes and wish them the strength to carry on doing what is right.

Saturday, 27 April 2013

County Council elections

Across the country there are 92 British National Party candidates contesting the County Council elections, which will take place on Thursday 2nd May 2013, plus another seven in unitary authorities, and one standing in a borough council by-election that falls on the same day.

This year the party took a conscious and collective decision to concentrate on better areas where it had a pool of activists and a good candidate. By concentrating its forces and resources the party hope for good results.

Here in Leicestershire the BNP have decided to concentrate the majority of their efforts on the borough where they already have a district councillor elected, Charnwood.

The following candidates are standing:

Ken Tilson - Birstall Division
Jim Taylor - Bradgate Division
Maurice Oatley - Sileby & The Wolds Division
Cathy Duffy - Syston Fosse Division
Stephen Denham - Syston Ridgeway Division
Robin Derrick - Thurmaston Division

and in the Blaby distict area

Peter Cheeseman - Glenfields

Councillor Cathy Duffy was interviewed by Tim Parker from Radio Leicester for the 'Jim Davis Election Round Table' show which was aired on the 25 April and can be heard below.

We wish all Nationalist candidates the best of luck on 2nd May.

Sunday, 14 April 2013

Further update on Thurnby Lodge

During a council meeting on Thurnby Lodge last month a member of the public was handcuffed by an overweight thug in a police uniform, thrown to the ground causing a head injury, and was arrested.

He has been given a Court date and will now be tarred with a criminal record.

His "crime"? To call the attending councillors and their cohorts "communists".

As some of you may know tensions on the estate have been running high over recent months due to the conflict between local residents, the council and Muslim interlopers. The police have made their position quite clear and have taken what seems to be a political stance against the people of Thurnby Lodge.

Locals have returned to the Youth and Community Centre on Thurncourt Road on the estate to protest against the council's decision to give a Muslim "charity" As-Salaam, what appears to be sole use of the buildings and its annexes.

Local groups have been forced to relocate to allow for this invasion. I say invasion because the majority of "worshippers" do not even live on the estate and many have to pass umpteen mosques to reach their prize.

Back in December of last year the police swooped on many of the protest group and arrested them, giving them a date to appear in court. One was even arrested at his place of work.One can only assume this was to cause maximum inconvenience and problems with the employer.

Others were offered a caution, which many accepted, only to be recently advised in letter form that some of them will now have to appear before the courts as well. Has this got anything to do with renewed bout of democratic and peaceful protesting? You can bet your life that it has.

The crime that these people have been charged with amounts to no more than standing in the wrong place and at the wrong time. If found guilty they will be shackled with a criminal conviction which will stay with them for a long time.

Police intimidation will not win the day. One protester has said that she would never give up the fight, even if she had to stand alone. Resolve such as this is testament to the strength of feeling regarding this issue.

The police have again been knocking doors and issuing "Harassment Orders" like the one below.

This further goes to prove the police are the puppets of the imam, who undoubtedly pulls their strings.

To add insult to injury one of the "worshippers" pointed to the Raven Youth Centre and boasted "we have won this and that is next", whilst pointing towards the Community Centre building. Hardly an act of anyone who purports to be representing a charitable organisation and wishes to be accepted by the local community is it now?

We wish the proud residents of Thurnby Lodge our best wishes and we are on hand with advice and support, as we have been throughout these difficult times.

Friday, 12 April 2013

Minutes of the BNP Meeting in South Leicestershire

The latest meeting of the British National Party in Leicestershire took place on the 6 April and was opened at 14:40 by Leicestershire Branch Organiser and East Midlands Regional Organiser Geoff Dickens.

Geoff gave an overview of the last meeting where our main speaker had been the Party Chairman, Nick Griffin. He then gave an update of the progress of the party and a report on the most recent activities in the county and across the East Midlands.

Today's Main Speaker, Revd. Robert West, then spoke for about 40 minutes; his main theme was `Collapse`.

Revd. West spoke of the collapse of so many things common to British people, since, say the 1950`s. He ended by urging members to forget earlier problems (which had now been `sorted`) and to get behind Nick. Stability was what was required.

The Interval followed, including also the Raffle Draw and the Collection. As the Meeting came near to its conclusion, Steve Denham, Charnwood Organiser, spoke briefly, reinforcing Revd. West`s appeal that Members should stick together. He also asked that every Member should bring a friend to the next meeting in June.

Meeting closed 16:00.
Collection raised £155.41
Raffle raised £41.00
Refreshments £12.09