Friday, 17 October 2014

Now they’re attacking our Reverend

Dear patriot,

The BNP’s very own Reverend West is now in the crosshairs of the rotten political Establishment for daring to criticise Islam during his lecture on the Crusades to A-level students.

Many of you know the Reverend Robert West from BNP meetings and from his campaigns standing as a candidate for the Party.

He regularly holds Sunday services at BNP events, has blessed the marriages of BNP members and supporters on many occasions, and officiated in leading prayers at the funerals of our fallen BNP comrades.

The Reverend West is a rare creature; a man of conviction and steadfast faith. He is a refreshing voice in leading in the upholding, defending and preserving those Christian ideals that underpin our British culture and heritage.

It’s for exactly that reason he’s now under attack from the traitor politicians and politically correct clergymen that comprise the rotten Establishment in Britain.

For speaking his mind, he’s now being hauled before the National teaching and leadership college – the professional body for teachers.

Be assured, our Reverend will be facing these charges with the full strength of the BNP at his side!

Last week, the BNP won our court case against the Labour Party liars who had misused the local police force and the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) to bring trump-up charges against BNP Cllr Dawn Charlton because she almost unseated a Labour Councillor when she won an incredible 42% of the vote.

The BNP is a family, and one which will not tolerate any sort of attack on our people, and these politically motivated persecutions are no exception.

Despite the fact that accusations against Dawn Charlton were complete lies, the BNP only won Dawn’s court case because of the excellent legal team we managed to assemble – and we only managed to assemble that team because of your generosity and support!

The BNP looks after its own, and now the Reverend West needs our help.

The Reverend’s ‘trial’ is scheduled for the middle of next month.

Teenage girl has throat slit in Leicester street by man she refused to marry

 From Leicester Mercury, October 15th. Susy Gibson reports:

A teenage girl who eloped with her lover, to escape an arranged marriage, had her throat slit in the street by the man she was supposed to marry.

A jury was told jilted Bharat Soma also stabbed her partner in the neck and slashed his cheek, in East Park Road, Spinney Hill, Leicester, in front of horrified shoppers.

Soma, who denies attempting to murder the pair, shouted “My wife, my wife,” as he allegedly carried out the cold-blooded attack - which included knifing a 15-year-old boy accompanying the young couple, on January 19.

Police body-cam footage was shown at Leicester Crown Court of the two victims Darshana Narotam, 17, and her boyfriend, Prashant Govinde, 22, in pools of blood, slumped side by side on the pavement, as officers fought to save their lives by stemming the bleeding with bandages.

Darshana allegedly pointed out Soma, who had been detained nearby.

An officer asked: “Who’s done this to you?”

Darshana replies: “Him, him.”

Officer: “Is it the chap in the (police) car?”

Speaking with difficulty she whispered: “Yeah, I took a knife from him.

“My mum and dad trying to force me to marry with that guy, but I haven’t married with him.”

An officer asked: “So a forced marriage with that guy that’s attacked you?”

“Yeah,” she replied.

An emotional exchange between the injured couple was when Darshana, who believed she was dying, told Prashant: “Love, you won’t save me now.”

Distressed, Prashant wailed: “No, no, no, I will save you.”

Darshana: “No love, you won’t.”

Prashant cries out: “Please, please, please” as he begs the officers to save her.

Darshana’s father, Narotam Deugi, and mother, Parvati Natu, are also in the dock, accused of assaulting and falsely imprisoning her, weeks earlier, at their family home in Belmont Avenue, Wembley, by locking her inside her bedroom, to prevent her from seeing Prashant.

During the harrowing video footage, Darshana’s mother loudly sobbed on seeing her daughter fighting for her life covered in blood.

The judge stopped the recording to ask if she wanted to leave the dock, to avoid witnessing the video. But she declined burying her head in her scarf throughout the remainder, while her husband appeared distressed and was given a drink of water.

The court heard both parents insisted she wed Soma in an arranged marriage and strictly refused her permission to marry Prashant, whom she began secretly dating since she was 15.

Darshana’s three uncles and a cousin are also on trial, accused of kidnapping Prashant’s father, Govinde Ramji, on January 12, in an effort to establish the runaway couple’s whereabouts, after they fled to Leicester from their homes Wembley.

Soma, 26, who was living in Stroud Road, North Evington, Leicester, allegedly carried out the “revenge” attack, after receiving a tip-off from a friend when the alleged victims were seen shopping on the street where they had recently moved into a flat, in East Park Road.

Adrienne Lucking, QC, prosecuting, said: “The young couple fled their homes in London to escape the plan of her family to force her into an arrange marriage with Bharat Soma against her will and to prevent the couple marrying.

“The family members including these defendants tried to find them.

“They were traced to Leicester.

“After an unsuccessful attempt by Darshana’s family members to force their way into the couple’s flat, which was thwarted by the police, Bharat Soma took matters into his own hands after he was alerted to the couple’s location by a friend who phoned him at about 1pm on January 19.

“Darshana and Prashant were walking along a street with a 15-year-old boy.

“They had been grocery shopping and were returning home.

“As they reached a pedestrian crossing, at the junction of East Park Road and St Saviour’s Road, they were attacked by Soma who intended to kill them.”

He had armed himself with a three-and-a-half inch kitchen paring-knife.

Mrs Lucking said: “He walked up behind the couple and grabbed Darshana from behind and cut her throat.

“She seized the knife with her hands trying to pull it away from her neck, her hands were cut in the process.

“She felt blood pouring from her neck and knew she’d been badly injured; she thought she was going to die.

“As he stabbed her he was shouting ‘my wife, my wife.’

“She wasn’t his wife – but that’s what was on his mind.

“Prashant tried to protect her but Soma tried to kill him, stabbing him though the neck and slashing his cheek.

“Soma attempted to murder them both because Darshana wouldn’t marry him and wished to marry her boyfriend of three years, Prashant.

“The 15-year-old with them, who tried to intervene, was cut and tendons in his hand were severed.”

Mrs Lucking said: “Darshana had tried to reason with Soma on an earlier occasion, but he had told her if she did try to marry someone else he would kill her.

“He took revenge on the perceived insult to his honour and reputation, by attempting to kill them both.”

They were treated in hospital and survived.

Soma denies two counts of attempted murder as well as wounding with intent upon the 15-year-old.

Darshana’s father, Deugi, 41, and mother, Parvati Natu, 42, deny three counts of falsely imprisoning their daughter, by locking her in her bedroom, between October 1 and November 31, last year, between December 19 and 31, and between January 1 and 10.

The mother denies two counts of common assault and the father denies three counts of common assault, including slapping Darshana’s face when asking if she was pregnant, and once putting his hands around her throat.

Darshana’s other relatives, all from Wembley, deny kidnapping Prashant’s father.

They are: Jignesh Devgi, 31, an uncle, of Bridgewater Road, Harsad Jagdish, 25, an uncle, of Bridgewater Road, Shantilal Natu, 37, an uncle, of Belmont Avenue, and Kaushik Meghji, 18, a cousin, of Heather Park Parade.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Extra £100m Green Deal funding announced

A citizen of  Leicestershire has flagged this up, saying:

"People can do this for themselves and do not need companies who will simply charge them by putting a charge on the electric meter for the next 20 years. lets show what can be done and make Christmas come sooner."

The government has announced a further £100m for green deal improvements after the scheme closed suddenly in July.
Ed Davey, the energy and climate change secretary, announced the additional cash which will be available to fund energy efficiency improvements for homes.
Details of how to bid for the funding, and what measures it will cover, will be unveiled in November.
Speaking at the Liberal Democrat Conference in Glasgow yesterday, Mr Davey said: ‘Today I can announce an extra one hundred million pounds to help people cut their energy bills.
‘We will extend the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund that proved so popular earlier this year. New boilers. Double glazing. Better insulation.  So people can permanently cut their bills.’
The government closed the fund for grants for household improvements in the summer, after a surge in applications.
It followed a cashback initiative which proved far less popular, with millions committed under the scheme going unspent.
John Alker, director of policy at the UK Green Building Council, said: ‘There’s no doubt that the Lib Dems understand the importance of home retrofit, and Ed Davey should be applauded for securing the cash from Treasury. But we need to move beyond stop-start incentives which damage business confidence.
‘This funding could see us through to the General Election, but what happens after that? All parties must recognise that home energy efficiency is an infrastructure priority.’

Friday, 3 October 2014

Nick Griffin expelled from BNP membership

Nick Griffin, the former Chairman of the British National Party (BNP) has been expelled from membership.

A Conduct Committee established by new Party Chairman, Adam Walker took the step in a letter to Mr Griffin today.

The Conduct Committee stated:

We believe that since being given the title of honourary President, you have put all your efforts into trying to cause disunity by deliberately fabricating a state of crisis. The aim of this was to again embroil the BNP in factionalism designed to destabilise our Party. This has included:

• Preparing a ‘report’ which tells lies about key Party personnel and finances and approving the leak of these damaging and defamatory allegations onto the internet

• Harassing members of BNP staff and in at least one case making physical threats

• Bringing the Party into disrepute through public statements

• Publishing, causing to be published or being reckless as to the publication of untrue allegations against the Party in the form of e-mails giving a false account of your bankruptcy situation

• Disobeying legitimate, constitutional instructions given to you by our Chairman, Adam Walker aimed at preventing damage to the reputation and unity of the Party.

Mr Jefferson of the conduct committee stated:

"This has been a difficult decision to make and not one taken lightly. Although we all appreciate that Nick has achieved a lot for our Party in the past, we must also remember that the Party is bigger than any individual.

“Nick did not adjust well to being given the honourary title of President and it soon became obvious that he was unable to work as an equal member of the team and alarmingly his behaviour became more erratic and disruptive."

Mr Griffin had been Chairman of the BNP for fifteen years until leaving his position following an Executive Council meeting in July.

Mr Griffin had previously lost his seat as a Member of the European Parliament and has been  declared personally bankrupt due to a series of legal bills he ran up over several years as a result of both pursuing and defending a series of long-running cases.‏