Wednesday, June 03, 2009

We hope the police are watching

UAF, NUT, Labour Party Councillors, Teachers, AFED, IWW

We have been informed that the above named attended a meeting in Sunderland last week where a plot was hatched to cause civil disobedience and acts of violence against BNP members in their homes and at polling stations in the NW region. Students from Bishop Auckland have also threatened to attack election counts in the NE region.


Anonymous said...

The Police won't do anything. In fact, they will probably help out !

Anonymous said...

right then, all you 'naughty' nationalists what you need to do is to get a print-out of this threat hand out photocopies to each and every other 'naught' aquaintance and attend these venues where the reds have noted they will be and, making sure you have said threat on your person you can now feel free to go for it and give the red scum what they want safe in the knowledge that production of said threat on arrest will prove that you were acting in self-defence, after all, self-defence is no offence this defence in a court of law still stands! Best of luck kamarads!

Anti-gag said...

Can I make a suggestion to all those who feel they cannot vote for the BNP in the EU elections tomorrow because of Griffin's position as the number one candidate. I totally understand your dilemma, and I also do not trust Griffin. However I'm unable to agree that not voting BNP is a suitable way of expressing this concern, so my suggestion is:

We cast our vote for the BNP in a way which will draw the attention of all the candidates and officials it, by doing the following.

Write in the BNP boxes: 'Please see notes above'

At the top of the ballot paper write:
'I do not think Nick Griffin is the best man to lead the BNP, but despite this I wish to cast my vote for the British National Party in this election, please count this as a vote for the BNP.', or words to that effect.

I suggest you use the words 'British National Party' in full at least once, but do not identify yourself as this will invalidate your vote.

Your ballot paper will be removed from the normal count and examined by the returning officer (and possible shown to all the other candidates for there opinions), but as long as it is clear that you wish to vote BNP it must be counted as a valid vote.

Result is, we shame Griffin while supporting our party.


Chris Hill

Anonymous said...


Gordon Brown meets Holocaust survivors and condemns the British National Party


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

13-Year-Old Gang Raped by at Least a Dozen Men!

No mention of ethnicity of rapists but Harehills is an Asian area

Anonymous said...


Man dies after being kicked in the head in violent park attack

A man has died after being repeatedly kicked in the head during a 'vicious and sustained' attack in a city park.
Christopher Folkes died from severe head injuries after he was brutally attacked in Queen's Park, Blackburn on Saturday night.
Witnesses said the 37-year-old was walking through the park around 9.30pm when he was heckled by a pack of ten Asian men.
It is thought that he shouted back and three men of the men chased after him.
Horrified eyewitnesses said the victim was kicked repeatedly in the head as he lay unconscious and helpless on the ground.

A jogger and a man walking his dog rushed to the side of the lake, where Christopher lay bleeding, and gave first aid until the paramedics arrived.
Less than 24 hours later he was pronounced dead.

Anonymous said...

Ah yes, but the asian gang who murdered the white lad were not being racist. The Police said so !

The police never tell lies !

Anonymous said...

US "one of the largest Muslim countries in the world"
Posted By: Toby Harnden at Jun 3, 2009

It is important to note that "if you actually took the number of Muslim Americans, we'd be one of the largest Muslim countries in the world".

So says President Barack Obama. Or I should say: Barack Hussein Obama.

That's right: Barack Hussein Obama. Say it proud. Say it out loud. The middle moniker that dared not speak its name during the election campaign is now front and centre of the US president's attempt to woo the Muslim world, the theme of his visits to Riyadh on Wednesday and Cairo on Thursday.

Petrified of the potential political fallout of being branded a Muslim, Candidate Obama - a practicing Christian - never used the name "Hussein" and its use was frowned upon as a forbidden code for the nutty accusation that he was some kind of Islamic Manchurian candidate.

Final Conflict said...

We should expect no less from the "forces of democracy".

They moan about Franco's Rebellion against a Communist government - without saying the Reds rebelled against a 'centrist' government not long before that!

They wear a "democrat" mask only when it suits them.

That is why there must be a core of genuine nationalists in the movement [not just one party] so when times get tough, we don't rely on flapable Zionist tories.

Anonymous said...

ANTIFA are threatening to burn down polling stations!

Anonymous said...


Anger as school tells children aged four about gay issues... to the sound of Elton John

Soundtrack: An Elton John record was played at the school assembly
Parents are at loggerheads with school bosses after pupils as young as four were told about gay issues - with an Elton John record as soundtrack.
First-year children at the Kent school were among those at an assembly where same-sex relationships were described.
Parents complained that they ought to have been consulted before the event, saying it left their children 'confused' and afraid of holding hands.
But they say their complaints were treated as homophobic by Bromstone Primary in Broadstairs, Kent.
The assembly was reportedly part of the International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia, though the school insists it was mostly about bullying of any kind.
Mother Gemma Martin, whose seven-year-old Chloe and four-year-old Danny go to the school, said today: 'An Elton John song was played and the kids were told that Elton John was gay, and what that meant.'
Mrs Martin, 28, of Ramsgate, went on: 'It's meant a number of girls are worried about being friends with each other.
'Little girls often cuddle each other if one of them is crying or has fallen over, and now they are afraid to do that in case the others think they are gay.
'I think kids as young as four don't need to know about that and it should be left to their parents to tell them when they think they're ready.'
Michelle Cosgrove, 33, of Westgate-on-Sea, said a number of parents had felt the school had not listened to their complaints about the assembly, and they were treated as homophobic just for asking why they were not consulted.
Lorna Meloy, 38, added: 'My nine-year-old daughter Melissa told me there was a photo of two men lying down together with their feet intertwined.
'I think for the older children they could understand as they tend to know about things already. But for my younger daughter Keira I think it was quite confusing.'

Bromstone Primary School in Broadstairs, Kent, where the children took part in an anti-homophobia awareness assembly
Headmaster Nigel Utton said the assembly only contained a section about homophobia and many parents had congratulated the school on tackling the issue sensitively.
It was part of a countywide initiative encouraged by Kent County Council, with a statement by education officer Lynne Miller saying: 'Young children are exposed at a very early age to homophobic language. Pupils may call each other "gay" without really understanding what it means, but learn that it means something negative, useless, and not positive.
'If such usage is not challenged it makes it much more difficult to address homophobic bullying in secondary schools.
'Schools are well placed to explore different lifestyles as they are able to reach all children and young people and do this in a professional and evidence-based way and within a safe learning environment

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