Friday, 27 November 2009

The Power Of The Internet

On the 22 November I came across a story in the Watford Observer which showed the true face of the BNP and how good their councillors are for the local area.

I posted the article on the Green Arrow Forum and the story was picked up by the BNP ELECTION RESULTS blog on the 24 November and from there by the BRITISH NATIONALIST blog on the same day and then picked up by BNP HQ on the 25 November and published on the official party site which has sent the story national and international.

The national media are quick to highlight negative stories about the BNP so it's important that members and supporters keep looking out for good local stories that tell the truth about the good work of the BNP and then use the power of the internet to get that truth about the party out to as much of the public as possible.

Well done to everyone who helped to publicize this story and special thanks to Cllrs Deidre Gates and Seamus Dunne whose good work for their communities gave us the story.

Here the story in full:

TWO councillors from the far right British National Party (BNP) were entertained by a newly formed community rugby club in South Oxhey yesterday.

The South Oxhey Rugby Club Exiles invited county councillor Deidre Gates, and Three Rivers district councillor Seamus Dunne, to share their post match drinks, and a game pie cooked in their honour at The Dick Witington pub in Prestwick Road.

Matty Thorne, who got the club off the ground at the start of the season in September, said: “If it had not been for the help given by these councillors, our club could not exist.

“We needed money for shirts, balls, hiring pitches and so on.”

Councillor Gates, elected for South Oxhey in June, was persuaded by Councillor Dunne to put £3,000 of her £10,000 allocation grant, available to all county councillors for community projects, into the club, while Three Rivers District Council put in a further £3,000.

Mr Thorne, 31, said: “Although we have lost today, it is going really well.

“We have more than 30 members and two or three new people are turning up every week.

“South Oxhey is an area of high deprivation, and although there are five football clubs there isn't much else for people to do for physical exercise.”

Anticipating criticism for accepting the BNP's help – refused by the South Oxhey Community Choir – he said: “I am not interested in politics, but I know this club is a good thing for the community and I need help from wherever I can get it.

“Whether you like it or not, many people round here voted for the BNP.”

Club captain Danny Howard said: “Before the club, most people here just spent all their time drinking.

“The club has given us all not just something to do but something to talk about rather than getting into fights.”

Councillor Gates said: “It was not the BNP's money, but council taxpayers' money, and I find it personally offensive that some people think it is somehow tainted.”

Councillor Dunne said: “This club is a very good thing for the South Oxhey. It is good for health and fitness and it helps foster a sense of community.”

All are welcome at the Exiles, who are so called as they include refugees from various local clubs and train on Thursday evenings at the South Oxhey Pavillion.

Watford Observer

Saturday, 21 November 2009

Saga - Brand New Website's been a long time I know, but your patience is about to pay off!

After months of hard work by the Saga team, I'm delighted to announce the launch of my all-new official website!!

We've been inundated with requests and ideas for my new website and have done our utmost to incorporate the best. Now you can read up on all the latest Saga news, listen to full versions of my music, buy albums and brand new merchandise, download all kinds of freebies and check out the latest official and unofficial videos from fans.

...And the excitement doesn't stop there. To mark the launch of the all-new official Saga website, Midgard have announced the release of my latest LIVE album sampled from a recording of last year's gig for friends in Sweden. Comrades Night Live features live versions of my favourite tracks taken from my solo debut album On My Own, several hits from the My Tribute To Skrewdriver trilogy and some unexpected gems.

So what you waiting for? Click on the photo opposite to visit my all-new website - you'll find out more about Comrades Night Live along with details on how you can get hold of it.

Thanks for keeping the faith. It's great to be back!

Saturday, 24 October 2009

The aftermath of Question Time

Following the 'Question Time' TV programme on BBC1 a few days ago the media believed it had done its job by stitching up Nick Griffin.

Anyone who saw the show will know that far from the usual discussion of topical issues they simply put Nick and the BNP on trial.

However despite looking nervous Nick's performance was as good as could be expected under the extreme circumstances. The audience was clearly hand picked to be totally hostile and the whole thing looking more like an inquisition than a TV show. Nick still got over a few good points:

And today we find out that:
  • Complaints that the show was biased against Mr Griffin outnumbered by more than two to one those about him being allowed to appear;
  • Some of the audience appear to have been rushed through the vetting process in a bid to emphasise the multi-cultural nature of London;
  • Audience members were briefed to ask 'provocative' questions and host David Dimbleby told them it was acceptable to boo;
  • More than eight million people tuned in - four times the usual audience and more than watched Strictly Come Dancing last week;
  • Joel Weiner, 17, who dramatically confronted Mr Griffin about Holocaust denial, said he applied to attend a Question Time programme more than a year ago, but was approached just 24 hours before filming.
Daily Mail

But what did the public make of it all:

The first poll following Nick Griffin's controversial appearance on Question Time has found more than a fifth of voters would now consider voting BNP.

Sounds like a victory for the BNP to me.

Thursday, 15 October 2009

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Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Matt Single

A former member of the British National Party has been fined £200 after admitting publishing names and contact details of 10,000 party members online.

Matthew Single, 37, formerly of Church Lane, Brinsley, Notts, was fined by Nottingham magistrates after admitting disclosing data without consent.

Judge John Stobart said the fine was "low" because Single was on benefits.

A BNP spokesman branded the sentence "an absolute disgrace" and said Single should have been jailed.

District Judge Stobart also ordered Single to pay £100 towards the cost of the prosecution.

The charges were dropped against Single's wife, Sadie Graham-Single. Single, an unemployed engineer, was accused in November 2008 of leaking the BNP's membership list in an online blog.

The court heard the couple had relocated to the south of England and the judge upheld an order preventing their new address being released.

Mrs Graham-Single, 30, a recruitment consultant who has one 14-month-old child and is expecting twins, was not in court.

The court heard she gave him the information which he then released.

When police raided his home they found a laptop computer and two memory sticks, which were wrapped in cellophane and hidden at the bottom of a cereal box.

Computer analysis linked the computer to the online blog.

People lost their jobs, received threatening phone calls for months on end and had their homes attacked and he's fined £200. What an absolute disgrace.

I hope someone publishes his new address online.

Monday, 31 August 2009

David Irving

I recently received in my inbox, unsolicited, an email from the historian David Irving.

In the email he asks if I'll visit his website, buy his books and consider making a donation.

Nothing wrong so far. I do support David Irving and I have a few of his books.

The problem is where he got my email address from.

The email was personalised in another person's name. The only way Mr Irving could possibly associate my email with this other persons name is if he's using the leaked BNP membership list. I paid the named person's BNP membership online once and, as he doesn't have an email, I used my own.

I have to say that I'm very disappointed that David Irving would use this stolen membership list.

David you've just lost my respect.

Saturday, 29 August 2009

Jews stealing organs and selling them

Below is a shocking article from Sweden's Aftonbladet. The original can be viewed here.

"Our sons plundered for their organs'

Palestinians accuse the Israel Defense Forces of taking organs from their victims.
Donald Boström writes about an international organ trafficking scandal – and about the time he saw the cut-up dead body of a nineteen-year old Palestinian.

You could call me a ”matchmaker”, said Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, from Brooklyn, USA, in a secret recording with an FBI-agent whom he believed to be a client. Ten days later, at the end of July this year, Rosenbaum was arrested and a vast, Sopranos-like, imbroglio of money-laundering and illegal organ-trade was revealed in New Jersey: Rabbis, politicians and trusted civil servants had for years bin involved in money laundering and illegal organ-trade.

Rosenbaum’s matchmaking had nothing to do with romance. It was all about buying and selling kidneys from Israel on the black market. Rosenbaum says that he buys the kidneys for 10 000 dollars, from poor people. He then proceeds to sell the organs to desperate patients in the States for 160 000 dollars.

The accusations have shaken the American transplantation business. If they are true it means that organ trafficking is documented for the first time in the US, experts tell the New Jersey Real-Time News.

On the question of how many organs he has sold Rosenbaum replies: ”Quite a lot. And I have never failed,” he boasts. The business has been running for quite some time.

Francis Delmonici, professor of transplant surgery at Harvard and member of the National Kidney Foundation’s Board of Directors, tells the same newspaper that organ-trafficking, similar to the one reported from Israel, is carried out in other places of the world as well. 5 – 6 000 operations a year, about ten per cent of the world’s kidney transplants are carried out illegally, according to Delmonici.

Countries suspected of these activities are Pakistan, the Philippines and China, where the organs are allegedly taken from executed prisoners. But Palestinians also harbor strong suspicions that young men have been siezed, and made to serve as organ reserve, just as in China and Pakistan, before being killed – a very serious accusation, with enough question marks to motivate the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to start an investigation about possible war crimes.

Israel has repeatedly been under fire for its unethical ways of dealing with organs and transplants. France was among the countries that ceased organ collaboration with Israel in the nineties. Jerusalem Post wrote that ”the rest of the European countries are expected to follow France’s example shortly.”

Half of the kidneys transplanted to Israelis since the beginning of the 2000s have been bought illegally from Turkey, Eastern Europe or Latin America. Israeli health authorities have full knowledge of this business but do nothing to stop it. At a conference in 2003 it was shown that Israel is the only western country with a medical profession that doesn’t condemn the illegal organ trade. The country takes no legal measures against doctors participating in the illegal business – on the contrary, chief medical officers of Israel’s big hospitals are involved in most of the illegal transplants, according to Dagens Nyheter (December 5, -03).

In the summer of 1992, Ehud Olmert, then minister of health, tried to address the issue of organ shortage by launching a big campaign aimed at having the Israeli public register for postmortal organ donation. Half a million pamphlets were spread in local newspapers. Ehud Olmert himself was the first person to sign up.

A couple of weeks later the Jerusalem Post reported that the campaign was a success. No fewer than 35 000 people had signed up. Prior to the campaign it would have been 500 in a normal month. In the same article, however, Judy Siegel, the reporter, wrote that the gap between supply and demand was still large. 500 people were in line for kidney transplant, but only 124 transplants could be performed. Of 45 people in need of a new liver only three could be operated on in Israel.

While the campaign was running, young Palestinian men started to disappear from villages in the West Bank and Gaza. After five days Israeli soldiers would bring them back dead, with their bodies ripped open.

Talk of the bodies terrified the population of the occupied territories. There were rumors of a dramatic increase of young men disappearing, with ensuing nightly funerals of autopsied bodies.

I was in the area at the time, working on a book. On several occasions I was approached by UN staff concerned about the developments. The persons contacting me said that organ theft definitely occurred but that they were prevented from doing anything about it. On an assignment from a broadcasting network I then travelled around interviewing a great number of Palestininan families in the West Bank and Gaza – meeting parents who told of how their sons had been deprived of organs before being killed. One example that I encountered on this eerie trip was the young stone-thrower Bilal Achmed Ghanan.

It was close to midnight when the motor roar from an Israeli military column sounded from the outskirts of Imatin, a small village in the northern parts of the West Bank. The two thousand inhabitants were awake. They were still, waiting, like silent shadows in the dark, some lying upon roofs, others hiding behind curtains, walls, or trees that provided protection during the curfew but still offered a full view toward what would become the grave for the first martyr of the village. The military had interrupted the electricity and the area was now a closed-off military zone – not even a cat could move outdoors without risking its life. The overpowering silence of the dark night was only interrupted by quiet sobbing. I don’t remember if our shivering was due to the cold or to the tension. Five days earlier, on May 13, 1992, an Israeli special force had used the village’s carpentry workshop for an ambush. The person they were assigned to put out of action was Bilal Achmed Ghanan, one of the stone-throwing Palestinian youngsters who made life difficult for the Israeli soldiers.

As one of the leading stone-throwers Bilal Ghanan had been wanted by the military for a couple of years. Together with other stone-throwing boys he hid in the Nablus mountains, with no roof over his head. Getting caught meant torture and death for these boys – they had to stay in the mountains at all costs.

On May 13 Bilal made an exception, when for some reason, he walked unprotected by the carpentry workshop. Not even Talal, his older brother, knows why he took this risk. Maybe the boys were out of food and needed to restock.

Everything went according to plan for the Israeli special force. The soldiers stubbed their cigarettes, put away their cans of Coca-Cola, and calmly aimed through the broken window. When Bilal was close enough they needed only to pull the triggers. The first shot hit him in the chest. According to villagers who witnessed the incident he was subsequently shot with one bullet in each leg. Two soldiers then ran down from the carpentry workshop and shot Bilal once in the stomach. Finally, they grabbed him by his feet and dragged him up the twenty stone steps of the workshop stair. Villagers say that people from both the UN and the Red Crescent were close by, heard the discharge and came to look for wounded people in need of care. Some arguing took place as to who should take care of the victim. Discussions ended with Israeli soldiers loading the badly wounded Bilal in a jeep and driving him to the outskirts of the village, where a military helicopter waited. The boy was flown to a destination unknown to his family. Five days later he came back, dead and wrapped in green hospital fabric.

A villager recognized Captain Yahya, the leader of the military column who had transported Bilal from the postmortem center Abu Kabir, outside of Tel Aviv, to the place for his final rest. ”Captain Yahya is the worst of them all,” the villager whispered in my ear. After Yahya had unloaded the body and changed the green fabric for a light cotton one, some male relatives of the victim were chosen by the soldiers to do the job of digging and mixing cement.

Together with the sharp noises from the shovels we could hear laughter from the soldiers who, as they waited to go home, exchanged some jokes. As Bilal was put in the grave his chest was uncovered. Suddenly it became clear to the few people present just what kind of abuse the boy had been exposed to. Bilal was not by far the first young Palestinian to be buried with a slit from his abdomen up to his chin.

The families in the West Bank and in Gaza felt that they knew exactly what had happened: ”Our sons are used as involuntary organ donors,” relatives of Khaled from Nablus told me, as did the mother of Raed from Jenin and the uncles of Machmod and Nafes from Gaza, who had all disappeared for a number of days only to return at night, dead and autopsied.

– Why are they keeping the bodies for up to five days before they let us bury them? What happened to the bodies during that time? Why are they performing autopsy, against our will, when the cause of death is obvious? Why are the bodies returned at night? Why is it done with a military escort? Why is the area closed off during the funeral? Why is the electricity interrupted? Nafe’s uncle was upset and he had a lot of questions.

The relatives of the dead Palestinians no longer harbored any doubts as to the reasons for the killings, but the spokesperson for the Israeli army claimed that the allegations of organ theft were lies. All the Palestinian victims go through autopsy on a routine basis, he said. Bilal Achmed Ghanem was one of 133 Palestinians killed in various ways that year. According to the Palestinian statistics the causes of death were: shot in the street, explosion, tear gas, deliberately run over, hanged in prison, shot in school, killed at home etcetera. The 133 people killed were between four months to 88 years old. Only half of them, 69 victims, went through postmortem examination. The routine autopsy of killed Palestinians – of which the army spokesperson was talking – has no bearing on the reality in the occupied territories. The questions remain.

We know that Israel has a great need for organs, that there is a vast and illegal trade of organs which has been running for many years now, that the authorities are aware of it and that doctors in managing positions at the big hospitals participate, as well as civil servants at various levels. We also know that young Palestinian men disappeared, that they were brought back after five days, at night, under tremendous secrecy, stitched back together after having been cut from abdomen to chin.

It’s time to bring clarity to this macabre business, to shed light on what is going on and what has taken place in the territories occupied by Israel since the Intifada began.
Donald Boström

Donald Bostrom is a journalist, photographer and author of, among other things reportageboken Inshallah (Ordfront publishers 2003).

Translation from swedish: Henrik Karlsson

Monday, 24 August 2009

BNP faces court action

The equality watchdog issued court proceedings against the far-right British National Party on Monday over constitution and membership rules it believes break race relations laws.

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said it had issued the proceedings against BNP leader Nick Griffin and two other party officials.

It was seeking an injunction against the party at a hearing set for September 2.

"The BNP's membership criteria appear to restrict membership to those within what the BNP regards as particular 'ethnic groups' and those whose skin colour is white," the EHRC said.

"This exclusion is contrary to the Race Relations Act."

The action follows a letter sent to the BNP by the watchdog in June which demanded the party alter its constitution and membership rules.

It said the party had responded by saying it intended to clarify the word 'white' on its website.

But the watchdog said it believed the BNP would continue to discriminate against potential or actual members on racial grounds.

The party, which campaigns to restrict "non-white" immigration to Britain, has no elected representatives in the House of Commons but succeeded in winning two seats to the European Parliament in elections in June.


The government can't stop the BNP gaining support in elections so they're trying to ban them.

We're so lucky to live in a democracy!

Friday, 21 August 2009

Leaked List

A man and a woman have been charged under the Data Protection Act after a British National Party membership list was leaked onto the internet, police said today.

Dyfed-Powys Police said the man, aged 27, and woman, aged 30, were due to appear at Nottingham Magistrates Court on 1 September.

The woman is understood to be Sadie Graham, who was expelled from the far-right party in late 2007 after falling out with its leadership.

The BNP called for a police investigation last November after the names, addresses and contact details of some 10,000 of its members were published online.

Party leader Nick Griffin lodged a complaint with Dyfed-Powys, his local force, on the grounds that publishing the list breached human rights and data protection laws.

He described the publication as "a disgraceful act of treachery" by former BNP staff members who were subsequently sacked.

At the time the BNP said the leak was based on its 2007 membership list, although a number of names of people who were not members had been added.

The list, which included details of some members' jobs, was reported to include serving and former police officers as well as members of the armed forces.

In a statement, Dyfed-Powys Police said: "We can confirm that the two people arrested as part of a joint investigation with Dyfed-Powys Police and the Information Commissioner's Office in relation to alleged criminal offences under the Data Protection Act have been charged with Section 55 Data Protection Act offences.

"They will appear in Nottingham Magistrates Court on 1 September.

"The arrests followed an investigation into a complaint received about the unauthorised release of the BNP party membership list."

Independent Newspaper

Sunday, 16 August 2009

RWB 10th Anniversary

This weekend I attended the BNP's annual Red, White and Blue festival in Derbyshire.

The nutty left stated that they would block the entrances to the site.

Their unwashed legions turned out in force and it's true that they did block off both sides of the access road for a while.

But their attempt to stop people attending the RWB was an abject failure.

A few people, like myself, were delayed a bit but everybody who wanted to attend reached the site. Victory number one for the BNP.

The left also scored a major public relations disaster with the local people.

The roads around the area of the site were gridlocked due to the antics of the left and local people were extremely angry. And the locals knew exactly who was to blame for the chaos. Not the BNP but the UAF.

I saw one local lady remonstrating with the UAF members walking by about the fact that she was virtually trapped in her own street. The reply she got was 'there are more important things than you'.

If the plan by the UAF included alienating people then the plan succeeded. Victory number two for the BNP.

But that's enough about the travelling freak show. Let's have a look at the event itself.

Sunday, 9 August 2009

Rapes in London Schools Rise 100% as Third World Population Reaches 40% of Under 20s

The shocking sex crime figures were released by the Metropolitan Police yesterday.

Rapes have risen by 100 percent amongst London schoolchildren over the last five years - directly mirroring the Third World colonisation of the capital which has seen at least 40 percent of the under 20 population become non-indigenous in origin.

The shocking sex crime figures were released by the Metropolitan Police yesterday. Of course they failed to link it to the figures in the recent Whitehall’s annual Regional Trends report which revealed that more than 700,000 children and teenagers in Britain are classed as non-white, and make up 40 percent of that age group in London.

Overall, rapes have more than doubled in five years and reported sex assaults have shot up from 165 in 2004/5 to 246 in 2008/9. The figures refer to cases on school grounds.

According to the new Met figures, almost 900 young boys and girls have been subjected to sex assaults including rape in London’s primary and secondary schools in the past five years.

The Met says that children as young as four have made allegations of rape. Commander Mark Simmons said the total of the reported sex assaults in independent and state schools could be as little as 10 percent of the real number occurring.

“We want to encourage young people to come and tell us what has happened to them. We want to assure them action will be taken,” Commander Simmons said, adding that the police have already been forced to assign 180 full-time officers to specific schools in London.

The Met figures show 52 children under the age of 18 were raped in primary and secondary schools since 2004. In that time a further 763 were the victims of other sexual assaults such as “penetration and inappropriate touching."

National Policy Institute

Thanks to The White Realist for this information

Saturday, 11 July 2009

Suing a genie

A family in Saudi Arabia is taking a "genie" to court, accusing it of theft and harassment.

They accuse the spirit of threatening them, throwing stones and stealing mobile phones, Al Watan newspaper said.

The family have lived in the same house near the city of Medina, Saudi Arabia, for 15 years but say they only recently became aware of the spirit. They have now moved out.

A local court is investigating. In Islamic theology, genies are spirits that can harass or possess humans.

A local court says it is trying to verify the truthfulness of the claims "despite the difficulty" of doing so.

This is the best laugh I've had today and we're supposed to believe that these imbeciles are our equals!

I'm not sure who's the most stupid. The family for making these claims or the court for taking them seriously.

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Belfast's Romanian Gypsy problem

It was recently widely reported in the media that ‘racist thugs’ had attacked the homes of Romanian families living in Belfast.

Naturally the majority of the media failed to point out that those families were not decent Romanian people just like us but were in fact Romanian gypsies.

These are the very people that the decent Romanian people were glad to see the back of.

Today it has been reported that 100 of the gypsies attacked have now decided to go back to Rumania.

While I do not support the use of violence it has to be said that in this case the outcome could hardly have been better.

The majority of them are leaving the country.

As they should never have been allowed to move to Northern Ireland in the first place I’d call that justice for the local people.

Sunday, 7 June 2009

Euro Victory!

Congratulations to Andrew Brons on becoming the BNP's first MEP.

And congratulations to Nick Griffin on becoming the second BNP MEP.

Friday, 5 June 2009


Congratulations to the BNP's three new county councillors.

Sharon Wilkinson polled 1155 votes to beat Liberal Democrats, Labour and Tories in the Padiham & Burnley West ward for Lancashire County Council.

In the Coalville ward for Leicestershire County Council, Graham Partner took 1039 votes, beating Tories, Labour, Independents and Liberal Democrats.

For Hertfordshire County Council Deirdre Gates took 783 votes, beating the Tories, Labour and Liberal-Democrats in South Oxhey, Hertfordshire.

These are the party's first ever county council victories.

Sunday, 3 May 2009


There has been much publicity in the controlled media recently on the decision by the government not to allow all the Gurkha's who fought in the British army to settle permanently in the UK. Various campaigns have been run in the media and by the actress Joanna Lumley opposing this decision.

Even a good many BNP members have been taken in and are backing the Gurkha's, though a far larger number have, thankfully, not been fooled.

Those Nationalists that are backing the Gurkha's are doing so on the grounds that they are better than the other scrounging immigrants that are over here and we owe them because they fought in our army.

These people are missing the point entirely.

Yes, they fought in the British army and were paid a wage for doing so and let's not forget that British military pay is more than 30 times what a good job in Nepal will get you.

Since December 1, 2006 they also receive an army pension which is 60 times the average income in Nepal. Even their previous pension was 11 times the average pay in Nepal.

So why did they choose to join the British army? Because they love our country and want to defend our way of life? No, they chose to join our army because of the pay. They are mercenaries, nothing more.

Of course should any of those Gurkha's need essential medical treatment they should be allowed to come here and receive it. Anyone who serves in our armed forces should have that right. But they should go home to Nepal afterwards. As a thank you to the people of Nepal for providing people for our army I would also have no problem with giving them foreign aid.

I would hope that everyone is aware that the media bosses will do anything to encourage immigration to Britain and the dilution of our culture and ethnic identity and this is the real reason they support the Gurkha's.

The Gurkha's did a job for the armed forces and were paid generously for their efforts. We do not owe them the right of residency.

As we all know the government were defeated in trying to restrict the right of the Gurkha's to settle here.

Another victory for the multiculturists.

Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Sunday, 22 March 2009

More Media Lies

During the run up to a state election in Queensland, Australia, the Queensland newspaper The Sunday Mail and Sydney's Sunday Telegraph published photographs of a woman posing semi-naked on a hotel bed 30 years ago and claimed that they were photos of anti-immigration politician Pauline Hanson.

It was alleged that the photos were taken by a former boyfriend, Jack Johnson, that the pair had met at a Brisbane supermarket before the saucy photo shoot at a Coffs Harbour hotel, the Pelican Bay Resort, in 1975.

Ms Hanson, who was standing as an independent candidate for the seat of Beaudesert at the following weekend's Queensland election, stated that the photographs were fakes.

The Telegraph's editor Neil Breen stated that the photos were authentic, even though he admitted there were holes in the story given by the man News Ltd paid $15,000 to for the pictures. Mr Breen said he knew his job was at stake if the photos were found to be fake.

Today, after the election has taken place, Editors from News Limited (part of Rupert Murdoch's media empire) admitted that they had been conned and that the images were not of Ms Hanson.

Bit late for an apology now, the damage has been done. Ms Hanson failed to gain a seat at the election.

Of course the cynical amongst us may think that that was the newspaper's plan all along.

Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Rev. West conducts Morning service in Leicestershire

After the Church of England's General Synod voted to ban BNP members from from belonging to the clergy, the BNP's number 1 list candidate in the East Midlands, Rev Robert West, has been preaching in a Baptist chapel.

Nice to see that the Baptists aren't full of self righteous prejudice, unlike the CoE!

Taken from the Leicestershire Community Voice blog:

This morning, worshippers from many parts of Leicestershire gathered at the Baptist Chapel, Barton in the Beans to take part in a Service conducted by Rev. Robert West of Lincolnshire.

The congregation, larger than is usual, joined in with the hymns and prayers and listened intently to Rev. West's readings from the Old Testament - Malachi 3:1, and Isaiah 40:1-8, and from the New Testament: St. Mark's Gospel,1:1-11, and his inspiring sermon which followed. He opened by explaining that this was a Gospel Church. That many of the Church clerics have lost the Gospel, and that he believes in going methodically through Scripture: you have to read it, whether you like what it says or not.

Rev. Robert West is a popular preacher who always draws a crowd wherever he goes, because his Services are traditional, and what he has to say comes straight from simple Christian teaching, untainted by the desire to pander to political correctness.
He was Ordained nearly 30 years ago by the Episcopic Church, also being Ordained as an Elder. After some disagreement with the direction the Church was heading he is now Free and Independant. He has preached to Church of England congregations too, and this morning expressed his pleasure at once more preaching in a Chapel setting.

Robert is also a member of the British National Party and has just recently been chosen to stand as one of the BNP's candidates for the East Midland's Euro Elections in June. He is upset that the General Synod has voted to ban members of the BNP from taking office, and maintains that the Church should not cast out people on the grounds of their political affiliations.
When asked today about the BNP, Rev. West replied:

" The BNP is Britain's finest and most decent Party, and it is my view that they are being unjustly picked on for simply telling the truth and standing up for the native peoples in their own country."

We agree, and wish Rev. Robert West every success in his bid to become an MEP.

Footnote: By preaching at Barton in the Beans, Rev. West follows in the footsteps of the notable Leicestershire clockmaker and Baptist pastor, Samuel Deacon (1746-1816). The Chapel itself is a Victorian gem, maintained in superb style by a dedicated handful of local people. The pews are original, there is seating for 800 worshippers on 2 levels, a beautiful carved pulpit, and still retains a church organ, which it is hoped will one day be heard again. Do visit,or attend a Sunday Service and, if you are part of Barton's community, treasure this lovely old building in your midst.

Monday, 12 January 2009

Middle East Conflict

There’s been endless debate in the mainstream media about the ongoing campaign by Israel in the Gaza strip.

The BNP have produced their statement explaining that they don’t support either side and that the conflict has nothing to do with us.

That’s something I completely agree with.

But reading the pro Israel comments posted to the article by BNP members and supporters and reading the blogs produced by BNP branches and some of them declaring that they are ‘Friends of Israel’ makes me very concerned over the lack of knowledge about the situation by some of the party's membership.

The BNP ‘s position regarding Islam is that it has no place in Britain or white society in general but the BNP do not hate Muslims. It seems, though, that a lot of their more recent recruits do.

This disdain for Islam has clouded their judgement so that they will support anyone who fights against Muslims including the Zionist state of Israel.

I understand that Hamas militants have been firing rockets into Israel, killing Israeli citizens and that every country has the right to defend itself from terrorist attacks.

But let’s look at the situation another way.

If some Islamic extremists decided that the county of Dorset should be an independent Islamic state, a foreign government helped them create such a state and then they were backed by the military and financial might of the USA what would the displaced people of Dorset do?

They would either live as second class citizens in their home county or they would be forced to relocate to the bordering counties of Devon, Hampshire, Somerset or Wiltshire. And if they started a campaign of terror against the Islamic republic of Dorset and were firing rockets in, who could blame them?

This is exactly the situation in Palestine.

So while I can understand Israel’s need to defend its borders I can also understand why Hamas is firing rockets in.

So which side should we support? Neither.

The BNP leadership has taken the correct stance, one of neutrality and it’s time that all BNP members followed that position.

Saturday, 3 January 2009

Working for the community

A nice piece in the Romford Recorder showing how a BNP councillor can achieve things for the local community.

A STRUGGLING veterinary clinic has been given a shot in the arm by a team of generous tradesmen.

The RSPCA Campbell Clinic, in Chippenham Road, Harold Hill, received a top to bottom revamp by the community action team, run by Councillor Mark Logan.

In May last year the clinic closed due to its "difficult financial position".

The Havering branch of the RSPCA told angry users of the vital service that re-opening the clinic - including refurbishing the building to an acceptable level - would cost between £100,000 to £150,000.

The make-over was made possible by generous donations from local businesses, including £400-worth of painting materials from B&Q, carpets fitted by Comet Carpets and a new £10,000 kitchen supplied and fitted by Magnet.

Cllr Logan (Gooshays, BNP), said: "We're really pleased with the way the clinic turned out.

"It is gleaming and looks like a new pin."

Consisting of a variety of tradesmen - including plumbers, electricians and carpenters - the community action team was set up to help charities, and elderly and disabled people in need in Harold Hill.

The 14-strong voluntary team is now on its 18th project in the area.

Cllr Logan said: "We're only too glad to help and the volunteers have enjoyed doing it.

"I'm quite taken aback by the success of the community action team - it's restored my faith in humanity."

An RSPCA spokesman said: "We are really pleased that after the difficulties of the last year, people have been able to get funds together and refurbish the clinic.

"We hope to be able to open soon and once again offer animal welfare services to the people of Harold Hill and their pets.

Romford Recorder

Constant Begging Letters

Am I the only BNP member to be getting sick to death of receiving the constant appeals for money?

I appreciate that the party has to raise funds but they are much too frequent. I received the Christmas appeal around the 29 December and today (3 Jan) I get the New Year appeal.

Haven't head office heard of the credit crunch!

Come on Nick, get them to send out the begging letters a little less frequently.