Saturday, 29 November 2008
Facebook BNP Supporter Linked To Party Officials Was Among Those In Plot To Fireball BNP Members
FURY erupted last week after vigilantes launched a website to plot firebomb attacks on BNP members’ homes. Police were called in to investigate after 52 apparently willing arsonists signed up to “Let’s Firebomb Every BNP Household In Britain” on Facebook.
The website included a link to 12,000 names and addresses on a leaked BNP membership list.
It called for bomb attacks on followers of the far right party, who were branded “racists, fascists, thugs and Nazis”.
The website declared: “Let’s show these scumbags that they will not be tolerated!’’ The site administrator, using the name Camilo Cienfuegos, ranted:
“I have attended ‘secret’ BNP meetings in the past and have heard their opinions and the things they would try to enact once they gain power – and let me tell you they are evil!
“By the way racist scum, I am as English as fish’n’chips and a pint of Bulldog.“ It doesn’t matter how many of you come on here and whine like scared little bitches about the terrible Red Army coming to firebomb you out of your houses like fleas in an old rug, it won’t change anything.
“F*** off and wait patiently for your houses to get fire-stormed, you scum.”
The internet rallying cry came only 48 hours after bungling vigilantes firebombed a car outside the home of a man whose name appeared on the leaked list.But the motor blown up in Liversedge, West Yorks, belonged to a neighbour of a former BNP member.
Last night horrified Facebook members called for the group to be axed. One calling himself Rob Darwin, from Wales, left a message on the website saying: “Come and get me, Camilo, you gutless idiot. Egging on other people because you can’t do the dirty work yourself.“ “What a pathetic excuse for a man.” Last night a spokesman for Facebook said the website was investigating and was likely to shut down the group.
And a senior detective told the Daily Star:
“This would certainly be considered an incitement to violence.’’ Daily Star
Here are some of the members of the group including one BNP supporter, Epona Vals, who lists Mark Collett and Simon Darby as friends.
Epona Vals, Bristol
Ian Mays, London
John Richard, Calgary
Richard Will Harrison, Nottingham
Guy Avni, Israel
Levski BorussiaAmanda Arnold, London
Panagiotis Mavros Johan SpitenSteven Singh Leil, West Midlands
Bal Singh, West Midlands
Callum McCord, Leeds
Dodge Palmer, West Midlands