Saturday, 8 August 2009


Further to my blog yesterday re the fears of the State against our legal political party, I read in The Daily Mail that 185 police officers convicted of serious crimes remain in the force.

These crimes include 77 convicted for violent assault and 36 convictions for theft.
But one officer outed for belonging to a legal party the BNP is sacked.
So kerb crawling assault and theft are OK while believing in your country is not.

The ruling elite are certainly showing their true colours and are frightened of us for exposing them.
The Stazi of GB is going strong.

REMEMBER the Berlin wall did not last for ever, and with the government of the country being run from a luxury yacht the scenario in many countries would be for a military coup.

But then the police are our hand picked Stazi and our army safely? away fighting an illegal war Mandelson can enjoy his sunshine and Champagne in the Adriatic in true socialist fashion knowing that all opposition has been neutered.

Meanwhile bankers get million pound bonuses and people lose their jobs and homes.

DEMOCRACY? dont make me laugh.


Anonymous said...

All quite on the Red, S1 and wiganunite front,

they have had a jolly in Birmingham.

Arrests at anti-Islamic protest BBC WEBSITE

Police said the majority of the arrests were for disorder
Police in Birmingham have arrested 33 people during protests by anti-fascists and a group demonstrating against Islamic fundamentalism.

One protest involved two groups known as Casuals United and the English Defence League, which police said were made up of local football fans.

Another counter-protest in the city centre was organised by Unite Against Fascism, West Midlands Police said.

Two people were injured in the disturbances which began at 1800 BST.

Police said there were "sporadic incidents of disturbance in the city centre" with the majority of the arrests being for disorder.

There was one report of criminal damage to a vehicle, but more were expected. No police officers were hurt.

'Burning flag'

Resident Gary Nichols witnessed the disturbances from his city centre flat and said he was unable to go outside for about two and a half hours.

"It was very disheartening to see," he told the BBC.

"I've never experienced anything like it before in the three years I've lived here.

It really wasn't nice to see and I hope I never see it again

Gary Nichols, eyewitness
"It started off with a group of white guys who were chanting 'England, England'. I thought they were just football fans, but then a larger group of black and Asian people turned up and it all kicked off.

"You had people burning the Union flag. People were being kicked - some of them weren't anything to do with the protests.

"It all seemed to be very systematic - groups were arriving in cars and getting involved in the violence.

"It really wasn't nice to see and I hope I never see it again."

Speaking before the demonstration, on the West Midlands Police website, Superintendent Matt Ward said there had been a similar protest against Islamic fundamentalism last month, involving 70 to 90 people.

He said the protest had been "vocal" but peaceful.

Supt Ward said the police wanted to balance the rights of protesters with retailers and shoppers who wanted to use the city centre for their normal business.


BNP Forever !

Anti-gag said...

Even the Telegraph seems now to have woken up to the threat Islam poses to civilisation (although they don't put it that way of course). I just have one question for the editor of that newspaper: "Why is this not spread across your front page in banner headlines?".

Link to that story below.

"Muslim time bomb"

Chris Hill

Anti-gag said...

This video (which I believe was made by an ex Muslim lady) describes the threat of Islam to civilised nations of Europe and the British Isles.

"The truth about the Islamic invasion of the West"

Chris Hill

Leigh, Lancashire Nationalist said...

Here is the transcript of Peter Franzen and Stephen Hall's correspondence, encouraging violence against BNP members and supporters in Leigh earlier this year in March.

Anti-fascist mobilisation to stop the BNP in Leigh Fri 13 Mar
Report by Stephen Hall
Published: 12/03/09


In the last few minutes I have been informed by Peter Franzen leader of the Community Action Party in Wigan, based on information provided to him by a prominent member of the SWP in Wigan, that BNP leader Nick Griffin is planning on speaking at a BNP Rally/Public Meeting at the Pure Night Club, Bridgewater Street, Leigh this Friday (13th March) at 7.30pm.

As a former Leigh TUC President, and a prominent socialist activist of over thirty years in the town, I am issuing an urgent appeal to every anti-fascist living within the North West to mobilise to stop this event from taking place, and to come and help us kick Nick Griffin and his nazi scum-bag mates out of of our town.

We've no idea how long this meeting has been planned, and how many BNP thugs he'll be bringing along, indeed for all we know it could be a regional or even national mobilisation for the BNP, so everyone will really need to pull out the stops given the extremely short notice, and help to try and build for the largest possible turnout of anti-fascists if we're at all going to have a chance of stopping the event from taking place.

Anti-fascist forces are being asked to assemble at the Ellesmere pub on St.Helens Road in Leigh at 6.30pm (opposite Bridgewater Street).

Please publicise far and wide.

I will send further updates as soon as I know any more.

Stephen Hall

Andy said...

The Brum riots:
What happens when a tide of scum flows into our streets.

Labour fear of the BNP:
If the public came to know our taxes actually go to companies and not authorities; with the parent company listed as a non-trading company... (A company has no powers of taxation).

Then they will realise why. Corruption at its very worst. Pure theft.