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Why no Union Jacks??? I thought the BNP were the BRITISH National Party.www.Sunwheel.co.uk
Nick Griffin sauntered into the meeting very late as usual.
Apparently , the quote mentioned was by none other than Mr.Nick Griffin himself !How the hell can you have a BNP meeting that refuses to talk about RACE ?
He turned up late for the Sunderland BNP meeting as well. Is he trying to do the Hitler tactic of making them wait ?
No the quote was not by Mr Griffin, it came from a long standing Stockport Nationalist that the owner of this site knows very well from the old days, in fact the said person appears on a photo on this site.As it happens, Race was very high on the agenda in the second half of the meeting, the American visitor was very racially aware and after his speech Mr Griffin had to follow him, so a more nationalist speech than is usually expected from Mr Griffin was delivered.It was a very well organised meeting with about 140 in attendence.A word to the Stockport and Thameside Organisers,you are doing a great job but dont be scared of upsetting newcomers with a hard hitting speach, I know Kevin Bryans speech went down great as did Gerry the Americans. We are Racist and lets not forget it, if these newbies dont like it they can skulk off back to the Tories but they will be back, events in the not too distant future will send them back to us.We cannot pretend that we are something that we are not.We must go forward as a party that is proud of being White, proud of being racist and proud to represent natures finest.
That has to be big Bev Jones or Chadfield.Neither are any good.
Where are the NW meetings advertised?I'd like to attend the next one.
It was Chadfield. No way was there 140 there either, a lot of folk were from Manchester and Tameside.Good news about the possible defector.Must be a parish clrr worried about the elections.
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