Friday, December 12, 2008

BNP anthrax threat scare


Published Date: 12 December 2008
By Richard Long
A BRITISH National Party (BNP) member was at the centre of a major security alert this week after he received a Christmas card believed to have been filled with traces of the fatal infection anthrax.
Emergency services were called to Dersingham's Centre Vale Road on Wednesday morning after the victim opened the envelope to find a card emblazoned with swastika symbols and the word "anthrax" before discovering a suspicious substance inside. It is believed the attack stems from the publication of a BNP membership list, leaked on the Internet last month, which features the personal details of a number of party supporters in the region. Speaking in relation to the incident, the victim, a 38-year-old man who lives with his mother, simply said: "I am quite shocked by it all. "That is all I have to say. "Police arrived at the scene at around 11.30am and were supported throughout the day by fire crews and the ambulance service. A police helicopter was also seen circling the village at lunch time. Officers conducted a "methodical and thorough" investigation at the scene but test results later revealed the substance was harmless.
HOSPITAL
Three people had been in contact with the substance – believed to be a powdered laxative – and were taken to hospital as a precaution before being released. Dave Fleming, the BNP organiser for West Norfolk, has condemned the attack and said such incidents were almost inevitable following the publication of the membership list.He told the Lynn News: "This poor chap is in total trauma. "Whoever sent this envelope has no respect for the privacy of this person and they showed a total lack of consideration for the community at large."It is not just our member who was put through this. "There were diversions for traffic and a great deal of public money was wasted in terms of emergency services. "A major police operation would have frightened a number of people in the area and I have nothing but contempt for these people."I would equally condemn an attack on a far-left organisation, we live in a society where people are entitled to their political views. "Mr Fleming said that the victim immediately contacted him after receiving the card and he told the man to wash his hands, avoid any contact with food and then call the police. When officers arrived a decontamination tent was set up at the scene and he was told he could not even let his dog out to answer a call of nature. Mr Fleming decided to contact the Lynn News after the police remained tight-lipped about the operation. He added: "People demand answers. This is how false rumours get out and I feel it is best to come clean. "The case is of interest for our members, the public and a variety of other people.
ANONYMOUS
"If anyone in West Norfolk should be getting abuse it should be me, I am leading from the front and I am sorry it is our low level members who are getting the flack. "The BNP has more than 100 members, supporters and donors in West Norfolk and several anonymous calls have been made to members since the list was published.
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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just goes to show what the anti's are capable of. Thank God the RWA are forming.

baz said...

It is entirely the fault of the media for portraying the BNP as "extremist", when all of the members I have met have been decent people - concerned with their community.
BNP members are the kind of people I would choose as next-door neighbors.

The low-life morons that did this deed must be so thick that they believe the BBC!

Anonymous said...

i suppose you will all say it was nick griffin sending it so as to get publicity you mad people

Anonymous said...

"Thank God the RWA are forming."

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Anonymous said...

baz said...
It is entirely the fault of the media for portraying the BNP as "extremist", when all of the members I have met have been decent people - concerned with their community.
BNP members are the kind of people I would choose as next-door neighbors.

The low-life morons that did this deed must be so thick that they believe the BBC!

12 December 2008 13:54

Indeed the vilification of the average BNP member by the main media has to be a contributery factor, it is them that are inciting racial hatred not our decent members. What a topsy turvy world it is that we live in.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if Norfolk Unity will be publishing this story? They should be proud, because this is what their lies have led to.

Anonymous said...

"Thank God the RWA are forming."

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12 December 2008 14:59"

Right Wing Anarchists

ENGLISHMAN said...

Anthrax is so rare in this form and only in a few government research establishments that the likelyhood of this being genuine is very remote,for were it freely available ,that any amoeba from the marxist party could procure a supply,then the wogs would have already poisoned us with it,still it is good that the pr is still keeping the leak high profile,they must not let up,every day there must be at least one story with the BNP name in it,so that the public will become accoustomed to it ,please do not go underground again.

Mikey said...

It's probably one of Gri££in's cohorts who sees this as another publicity coup to get elected to Europe. Anthrax my arse. It was Bumbrooks lubricant bum powder and the corrupt bnp leadership will do anything to try to grab the limelight. Theyd even shoot their own members with shotguns if NG would benefit from it.

NG is state. Remember that!

Anonymous said...

well done mikey you have won the award for conspiracy theorist of the year what an idiot you are i dont know wether to laugh at you or cry for you .i dispair

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
I wonder if Norfolk Unity will be publishing this story? They should be proud, because this is what their lies have led to.

12 December 2008 17:12

You moron Barker. Norfolk Unity/Garside only ever attacks people who are loyal to the BNP and Nick.

Just like you.

Anonymous said...

Sigh.
And still they do not learn.

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