Thursday, July 19, 2007


Chris Jackson speaks ...........................
News has been received that a meeting held in support of Chris's BNP leadership bid was held in Salford,Manchester, last night, Wednesday 18th.July 2007.
Apparently, there was a very good attendance too !
More detail when we get it....................

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

You mean you didn't go? Why not?

NorthWestNationalists said...

Some of us are still on a persona non grata status with the BNP, having myself gotten the 'heave-ho' from state agent and convicted bomber Tony (Wells)Lecomber !

Anonymous said...

I suppose you were at the John Tyndall mmorial down in Milton Keynes then?

NorthWestNationalists said...

What, with the weirdos of the BPP ? You ask rather a lot of personal questions for an anonymous poster.

Anonymous said...

And you've chosen to answer all of them.

I just asked if you'd gone to the JT memorial especially as Val was there and Richard Edmonds.

Pete R said...

The sad fact is Mr Anon that the poisonous atmosphere introduced into our movement by Griffin and Lecomber has led to many foolish factional splits as well as the main one.

This means that there are some places where I would be welcome and NWN wouldn't, and vice versa.

One of the first tasks of a new BNP leadership (whenever it is elected) will be to put an end to all this pointless factionalism.

In the meantime we (sadly) have to use some common sense and not turn up if we think it might distract from the main purpose of the event.

I know that NWN was there in spirit on Sunday, and I'll get him a dvd of my speech :-)

Anonymous said...

The weirdos of the BPP are the reason a lot of decent nationalists stayed away from the JT memmorial.
Those people spoil it for everyone.

NorthWestNationalists said...

Staying on topic; a meeting was also held in London, in support of Chris Jackson, in the last few days.

Pete R said...

And there will be a West Miudlands meeting tomorrow,

Anonymous said...

Is there a Salford Branch? If there is, Griffin will now target it for wrecking.

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