I am issuing this very hurried e-mail to a select number of 'Electronic Loose Cannon' / 'Electronic Watch on Zion' subscribers and not as a general release to my entire list as information to flesh-out this story is still coming it. Some time next week I will issue an ELC and ask the forgiveness of those who receive this if chunks of that ELC appear repetitive.Further to my e-mail of Thursday, October 19, 2006 5:03 PM, headed: "Media hush-up Police 'terror' raid on BNP officials?"
I have received a number of responses to my request for further information, in particular from ELC Subscribers and long-time Nationalists. (Special thanks to "R.B." and "B.B."). This additional information appears below, much in the raw state that I received it.This further information confirms my original impressions:
FIRSTLY: That for reasons unexplained, ALL national newspapers and ALL national, regional and local broadcasting media have suppressed this story. (The only exception to this was a very small note in the 'Diary' section of 'The Guardian' on 13/10/06!)Contrast this with the blanket, wall-to-wall, weeks-on-end coverage given to various recent Police anti-terror raids on Muslim sites.Some of the Muslims arrested in connection with these other raids may well be dangerous terrorists who, along with ALL other racial aliens, should never have admitted to our country and who must be returned to their lands of ethnic origin if Britain is not to be utterly destroyed in racial chaos and communal violence.....BUT, so far as I can recollect, the Police have not discovered at these Muslim locations of "a record haul of chemicals used in making home-made bombs" and "rocket launchers, chemicals, and a nuclear or biological suit" as apparently there has been in the case of this raid on men with BNP connections.
SECONDLY: The Police in this "BNP bomb-plot" case have been bending over backwards to try and play down the importance of the matter, the significance of the physical evidence their raids have uncovered, and, in particular, any "terrorist" implications. The approach of the Police seems to be part-and-parcel of the approach of the news media.The Police/Media approach in this "BNP" case is the obverse of the Police/Media approach in the case of the Police raids against Muslim locations in North London and elsewhere earlier this year when selected national broadcasting network camera-crews were given advance notice of the raids and were on the spot when front doors were hammered-in.
I speak from experience in this matter.In January 1995 I wrote, published and posted to 6,000 serving Police officers of all ranks throughout Britain a pamphlet called 'Tomorrow's Job', which detailed the way in which the Police service was having it culture changed in order that it would become the 'politically correct' shambles we see before our eyes today.The leaflets were posted in envelopes personally addressed to the recipients at their work locations -- information which is freely available to any member of the public who cares to consult 'The Constabulary Almanac' at their local reference library.
Treasury Solicitors eventually advised the Director of Public Prosecutions that my leaflet was legal, and so there was no prosecution, but ahead of that decision my printer -- at his work and home address -- and one of my supporters whose home address was used as the base address for my mail box facility, were subjected to dawn raids by Police.
By the time these raids had revealed that I was the author/publisher of the leaflet, the time limit on the search warrant had expired and anyway the Police realised I would have been alerted to an impending raid.
My printer's wife and young children were terrorised by Police smashing their way in to their home.
My supporter had only got to bed an hour before the raid having been up all night attending to the needs of his aunt who was in the last throes of Alzheimer's disease and who died a few weeks later.
His door was kicked-in because he didn't answer to the 6.00am knock promptly.You see what the Establishment can and will do to people it regards as a genuine threat, even if the issue of contention is a leaflet, not bomb-making chemicals, rocket-launchers or biological/nuclear suits.
But let us return to the present circumstances........The only explanation I can advance for the media and Police treatment of this "BNP" case all is that the Establishment realises that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are going badly for the U.S.-led coalition. Support for Britain's involvement is collapsing among "the political classes" and has all-but-evaporated among the general public.
As a result, desperate efforts are being made to hype-up the Muslim threat (from veils to bombs!) as a way of keeping the herd in a state of stampede -- and stampeding the correct direction!
The ludicrous "Bombs on Planes Plot" this summer was but one example of the propaganda techniques the Establishment is deploying to try and 'spook' the herd and excite a war fever.
And of course, this Establishment anti-Muslim campaign is keenly supported by Zionist-Jewry (a key component of the Establishment) not only because it serves as a distraction to current and daily acts of Israeli genocide against the Palestinians in Gaza and on the West Bank, but also to its war crimes so recently perpetrated in Lebanon.
Jews have the Britain's media and Body Politic by the scruff of the wallet (just see last week's 'Jewish Chronicle'!)
Thus the last thing the Establishment wants is a terrorist threat from anti-Muslim White Britons to divert attention from its ever-more-frantic campaign to stampede the public about Muslims.
If the BNP were viewed by the Establishment as a real threat to its power, it would lose no opportunity, such as this case presents, to put the boot in good and hard. There would have been a deluge of horrifying "news" coverage, widespread Police raids against anybody and everybody who had the remotest connection with the two men immediately involved (including against the leadership of the BNP).
It may be that the two men subjected to raids have only a loose connection with the BNP, or a formerly strong connection which has lapsed -- but when in the past have considerations as such as those ever got between an journalist or an Establishment-serving top cop and their "white racist" prey?
I repeat my remark of last Thursday:
".......The media's seeming suppression of news concerning this recent alleged bomb raid on the BNP, and media/Police soft treatment of Griffin and associates in respect of other serious matters, reinforces my belief that Griffin & Co have been granted some degree of Establishment protection. What have Griffin and his inner circle done to deserve this?"Prior to the appearance of the net Electronic Loose Cannon, if any of you have further information, please send it to me.
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Subject: Why Did The Dog Not Bark In The Night?Dear Martin,I have been pondering this story overnight and it seems to me the key is this (from the original Burnley Citizen piece):===http://www.burnleycitizen.co.uk/news/newsheadlines/display.var.947927.0.exbnp_man_held_in_bomb_swoop.php"Superintendent Neil Smith moved to reassure residents and stressed:'It is not a bomb making factory' and added that it was not related toterrorism."Officers have been at the address since last Thursday and have beenconducting door to door inquiries. Forensic officers have seized his car forexamination."Supt Smith added:" 'We are making inquiries in relation to what we have found at his address and to establish what offences he may have committed. He's not a terrorist and it's not a bomb factory but we are interested in what we have seized from his house." 'It will take expert advice to establish exactly what he has got. He wasarrested under the Explosives Act on suspicion of possessing chemicalsubstances that aren't in themselves an offence to possess but if combinedmay be capable of making an explosion."===
My impression is that the correct way to decode this statement (which I think is the explanation for the nationalpress disinterest) is to look at what it DOESN'T say.
Although it was the finds at this house (Cottage's) that led them to the other house (Jackson's), this is not discussed.I rather imagine that both Cottage and Jackson were procuring materials for some third party.Cottage will appear again at Burnley Crown Court on October 23rd.-- [deleted]===========================================================
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Subject: Re: Media hush-up Police 'terror' raid on BNP officials?
Three more just for infill:===http://www.guardian.co.uk/diary/story/0,,1921188,00.htmlThe Guardian - 13th October 2006Guardian DIARYNow here's a conundrum: according to the Burnley Express, the Burnley Citizen and the Lancashire Telegraph, Robert Cottage, formerly of the BNP, and David Jackson, a retired dentist, appeared before magistrates last week accused of "possessing the largest amount of chemical explosive of its type ever found in Britain".A total of 22 chemical components were recovered from their homes, the papers reported, as well as rocket launchers, a nuclear/ biological protection suit and BNP literature.An exhaustive search of our extensive archives has failed to find a singlemention of this in any national daily. Furthermore, Mr John Reid has not, toour knowledge, appeared on our TV screens to enlighten us as to the terrifyingextent of this new threat to our nation's security. Then again, no one involvedwas a Muslim. Arf arf.
===http://www.pendletoday.co.uk/ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=8&ArticleID=1806619Pendle Today, 06 October 2006Chemicals Find: Two In CourtTWO Pendle men have appeared before Pennine magistrates accused of having "a master plan" after what is believed to be a record haul of chemicals used in making home-made bombs was found in Colne.Robert Cottage (49), of Talbot Street, Colne, and David Bolus Jackson (62),of Trent Road, Nelson, made separate appearances before the court charged withbeing in possession of an explosive substance for an unlawful purpose.The offences are under the Explosive Substances Act 1883. Both men wereremanded in custody to appear at Burnley Crown Court on October 23rd.Cottage was arrested at his home on Thursday, while retired dentist Jacksonwas arrested in the Lancaster area on Friday, the same day as he left a dentalpractice in Grange-over-Sands.The 22 chemical components recovered by police are believed to be the largesthaul ever found at a house in this country. Cottage is an ex-BNP member whostood as a candidate in the Pendle Council elections in May.Mrs Christiana Buchanan, who appeared for the prosecution in Jackson's case,alleged the pair had "some kind of masterplan". She said a search of Jackson'shome had uncovered rocket launchers, chemicals, BNP literature and a nuclearbiological suit.Police raided Cottage's Talbot Street home on Thursday of last week. The housewas taped off while forensics officers searched the premises. Neighbours weretold to stay in their homes for their own safety.Mr Cottage's car was also taken away for examination. Officers also made athorough examination of Jackson's Trent Road home and, again, officers wereon duty outside the house. Forensics officers examined the property.
===http://www.ligali.org/article.php?id=548Ligali, 12 October 2006Media whiteout following possible BNP bomb plot arrestsMulti-ethnic community media groups condemn racist bias in British Media after its nationwide failure to report on potential BNP terrorist conspiracy.The British media has been condemned by leading minority ethnic community organisations after it buried news reports of a Police investigation which uncovered "a record haul of chemicals used in making home-made bombs".The find, which occurred in a raid of the homes of BNP member Robert Cottageand David Jackson was only reported in a local Lancashire newspaper.BBC Lancashire claimed to have missed the item which revealed the Policeuncovered an assortment of "rocket launchers, chemicals, and a nuclear orbiological suit". Officers, who also recovered BNP literature alongside the explosive chemicals, are reported to have said that this is the largest haul of this kind ever found at a house in Britain.Christiana Buchanan, who appeared for the prosecution in Jackson's case,asserts that both men had "some kind of master plan" although the police arereported to have backed down from this claim.Pickled Politics, a leading British Asian website, contacted the BBC and wasinformed that although the BBC national news team uses their own reportersand feeds from news wire services to feed them information, for some reason,neither of these channels fed the story back into "the system".It was also claimed that because the story was no longer 'contemporaneous' thisjustified them not publishing the story once they were publicly made aware of it.
Offical Police ResponseLigali contacted Superintendent Neil Smith at Lancashire Police and was told and received this response from Nathan Skelton at the Lancashire Police Press office:"On Thursday 28th September 2006 we received information that Robert Cottage (DOB 15/8/57) of Talbot Street in Colne had purchased a variety of chemicals possibly with the purpose of making improvised explosive devises."His house was searched and Mr Cottage was arrested and later charged withpossession of an explosive substance with no lawful object, contrary to S4 (1)Explosives Substances Act 1883. These chemicals were not of any threat to the public but were illegal to possess. No bomb making equipment was found andthe incident was not believed to be terrorist related. As a result of investigationsat the home of Robert cottage another house was searched on Trent Road in Nelsonand David Bolais Jackson, 62yrs was arrested with the same offence."