Saturday, March 21, 2009

NWN salutes Squadron leader Doug Tidy

One of the last of the Few, World War II Spitfire pilot Squadron leader Doug Tidy has publicly announced his membership of and support for the British National Party.

“I was proud to have fought for this nation during World War II and by joining the BNP, I am still fighting for the freedom and identity of the British people,” Wing Commander Tidy said.

Speaking at the latest BNP’s Battle for Britain road show held in the South West last night, Wing Commander Tidy confirmed that he was now one of three World War II Spitfire pilots who had joined the BNP.


Anonymous said...

The NF had has it's President in the 1970's, one Squadron Leader John Harrison-Broadley DFC.

Just about all of these old guys despair of what has happened to Britain since WW2.

Anonymous said...

Who is that ugly looking nob next to Doug Tidy ?

Anonymous said...

"Just about all of these old guys despair of what has happened to Britain since WW2."

And most are to afraid to speak up.

Anonymous said...

Hundreds own these guns in the UK but they pick out the BNP!

Searchlight grows weaker by the day.

Nemesis said...

If Griff Nickin was old enough to be called up to fight in 1939 his Masonic Tory father Edgar would have got him a cushy number well behind the front line.

More likely the thievin' bastard would have been one of the many spivs who hung around selling dody goods on the black market.

The Griffin family has never changed.

Anonymous said...

Can any dedicated member of the BNP will full confidence in Griffin's leadership tell me how running round free of charge in their spare time trying to get him a big salary as an MEP is going to change anything in this country?

If you want an example look at UKIP with was it 12 seats?

Councillors and a GLA member or MPs different. They provide a local nationalist presence people can see.

This is a serious question. What is the plan? Is there one beyond cash?

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

I was in the RAF chapel at Biggin Hill today. There are sheafs of photos and documents about the WWII fighter pilots who died and other RAF crew. It had me in tears looking at them.

I'm so sorry these veterans have been so betrayed. But one has to say there has been a reluctance to disagree with the fantasy thrust on Britain by the left. If more people of all sorts had spoken out earlier we might not be in this mess.

But let's salute the incredible bravery of those prepared to die to defend Britain in the front line in the air.

They were not to know at the time how things would pan out or the obscene calculations of politicians.

Anonymous said...

Is anyone else having trouble accessing Nationalists Online ?

The NWN forum link is on the right.

Anonymous said...

`What is the plan? Is there one beyond cash?'


Anonymous said...

Sqd. Leader Douglas Tidy, you're a real hero, not like those monkeys in Parliament who always talk a good war while leading from the back, holding coats of front-line troops fighting with inferior tenth-rate scrap weapons firing underloaded indian- an israeli-made ammunition that could'nt hit an elephant a 100 paces.

Sean Britannia said...


My inbox is a lonley place now you are gone from this world, your bravery and determination lives on in the people that you touched.

We will continue the good fight for you.

Rest now old friend.

Kindest regards

Sean Britannia

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