BNP members attacked by armed blacks in Lancashire, England
There is reason to believe that super activist Tony Ward has been attacked at the Battle For Britain event in Leigh earlier tonight.
Sources reveal that there have been numerous attacks involving claw hammers and knives, with allegedly 40 blacks targeting four BNP members.
The event has been forced to relocate three times already due to difficulties but has gone ahead regardless.
More updates as things progress.
(taken from Stormfront site)
NWN: Maybe the new BNP will need the 'dinosaurs' before long !
Griffin has conned the newer BNP members into believing that they are nothing more than tories. .
Griffins new BNP is comprised of old people.Griffin has destroyed any possibility of young people coming through.
Britains enemies are ugly and they are vicious.
Searchlights Maurice Ludmer said "If they receive broken bones, that will stop them recruiting.".
We fear that there will be even more of this, and the police will do nothing.
Or maybe the police will not, 'do nothing', ................they will attack nationalists for their Labour party paymasters !
Earlier, the famous Liverpool BNP A-frame trailer and Land Rover was attacked by a group of around 30 Labour Party supporting thugs at one of the alternative venues. The Land Rover had every window and light smashed out, and every panel of the vehicle dented.
The A-frame itself was overturned and the skins damaged. When the BNP members got out of the vehicle to defend themselves, they were violently attacked by the racially mixed group of Labour Party thugs. Liverpool activist Tony Ward was stuck twice by a claw hammer wielded by a black thug. He was hit once in the eye and once on the head.
Mr Ward was knocked unconscious and picked up by fellow BNP activist Andrew Tierney, who dragged him to safety. Mr Ward was later removed by a third BNP man in his vehicle.
The A-frame was righted, and the BNP men left the scene. During this violent assault, the police were nowhere to be seen — they were far too busy visiting the next venue where they thought the BNP was holding the road show so they could intimidate that owner as well.
Mr Ward received eleven stitches later in hospital.
“If the Labour Party thinks they can break us with their street thugs, they are wrong,” Mr Ward told BNP News. “We are back, stronger than ever before, and we will not stop until we have rescued this country from the immigration invasion and Islamification nightmare to which the Tories and Labour have subjected us.”
BNP member attacked with hammer
Violence broke out in Leigh where a BNP event was being held
A British National Party (BNP) member was attacked with a hammer when protesters arrived at a campaign event in Greater Manchester.
BNP man attacked with hammerDavid Ottewell March 14, 2009
A MAN has been arrested after a member of the British National Party was attacked with a hammer by protestors.Dozens of people had surrounded a BNP trailer outside a pub in St Helens Road, Leigh.Police arrived to find the trailer overturned.Tony Ward, 48 - a member of the BNP - was hit on the head with a hammer. He was taken to hospital for treatment. Police said he was not seriously hurt.A 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
A spokesman for GMP said officers had been called after reports of a fight.
St Helens Road had been closed for about an hour and diversions put in place, he added.The clashes came after the BNP was forced to cancel a meeting in the town at the last minute. The party had planned to hold an event in the Pure Club last night featuring a speech by leader Nick Griffin.
Veteran BNP activist attacked with hammer
A veteran British National Party activist from Liverpool has been attacked with a hammer as the far right party were about to hold a fundraising meeting in Greater Manchester.
Tony Ward, 48, was with fellow BNP members outside a pub in Leigh, when he was attacked.The BNP members were with a party trailer outside the Ellesmere Pub, on St Helens Road, when Mr Ward was attacked with a hammer.
Party spokesman Dave Jones said:
"A group of about 25 to 40 turned up armed with various weapons, bats, knives, and attacked about half a dozen of our people. They had obviously gone there to disrupt the meeting and attack people."
Poor Tony is a long-time activist and isn't some young football thug. It was sinister they were so organised and had turned up to attack people rather than just demonstrated peacefully."
BNP Activist Is Attacked With Claw Hammer