Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Infamous Halifax BNP meeting video found

Searching through old video camera tapes, we have found what I thought had been destroyed/taped over.

It's the video of the Halifax BNP meeting in 1996 where John Tyndall spoke and the reds attacked the meeting, including throwing an axe through a window at what turned out to be pub regulars.

There is video of cars that were attacked by the reds as well.

This is the first excerpt and 1 0f 7.

If only John Tyndall were alive today, we would not have to put up with a lot of the madness of 'Chairman Griffin' . Richard Edmonds would be very highly embarassed too !


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

It's not a joke .....................the BNP Friends of Israel exists !


We have warned the path that traitor Nick Griffin is leading the BNP. His 'slowly slowly catchee monkee' strategy has indeed caught a few monkeys, and they are all BNP members !
There has quite righly been much talk and condemnation of the English Defence League (EDL) use of the Israeli flag on their demos. So what is the difference here ?

The above pictures show Griffin looking towards his mentor, New York Rabbi Meyer Schiller, for direction .


The BNP Friends of Israel is here..........................................

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Potter wrote on the wire of the group British People Who Support Israel: 1 day, 4 hours ago
Those of you who are members of this group that pray daily for Israel as I do, please remember Gilad Shalit, who has been held captive by Hamas for 4 years, in your prayers. Galad’s parents Noam and Aviva Shalit went to appeal in Geneva and Noam Shalit, father of captive Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit, [...]

Potter wrote on the wire of the group British People Who Support Israel: 1 day, 6 hours ago
I am very saddened to see that the daily rocket attacks on Israel from Gaza continue… what other country would put up with it? I PRAY FOR PEACE.
Man killed in Qassam attack
Rocket fired from Gaza hits Israeli territory for third time in last 24 hours, killing Thai foreign worker in Netiv Ha'asara greenhouse. Ansar [...]

Potter wrote on the wire of the group British People Who Support Israel: 1 day, 7 hours ago
Well folks…As you know, I was concerned earlier on today, but in fact this whole scenario has taken quite a load off my back, because when people ask me questions now… as they often do… I can just refer them to Chris!However, if the questioner asks me about Israel or the Jews, I know Chris [...]

Celina Marshall wrote on the wire of the group British People Who Support Israel: 1 day, 15 hours ago
Potter, well done! Enjoyed watching you.
I'm beginning to wonder how many BNP members agree with Chris. I am not for hatred of any group of people and if the party is peopled with attitudes like this, it could lose my vote, sadly, as I heartily agree with its policies.Its understandable that the propaganda [...]

Gary Simpson wrote on the wire of the group British People Who Support Israel: 2 days, 3 hours ago



Saturday, March 20, 2010

Fascist organiser Weyman Bennett gets arrested on conspiracy charges

Now this picture made me laugh out loud. Come on folks send in your caption comments.

This is too good an opportunity to miss.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Nick Griffins private emails - the plan to impose non-whites into the BNP

I'm about to upload what Griffin and Darby have been plotting since 2004

Hold onto your hats

Here we have Simon Darby discussing non white membership.

Please observe the dates

>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From:
>> To:
>> Cc: ; ;
>> ; ; ;
>> ; ;
>> ;
>> Sent: Thursday, July 08, 2004 5:38 PM
>> Subject: RE: non white membership
>> > Dear All,
>> >
>> > I have now had a chance to catch up on this debate and would like to
>> > suggest the following:
>> >
>> > 1. We make (in selected cases) an added requirement for membership.
>> > That
>> > being the form of an exam or test based upon British History/Culture
>> > for
>> > example. We could even go to an intrinsic level and set a test on the
>> > history of British Nationalism.
>> > A pain in the backside, but probably only necessary in a dozen or so
> cases
>> > a year.
>> > We would be thoroughly justified in checking that people were joining
> for
>> > the right reasons. It would be our equivalent of "stop and search".
>> > 2. The idea that Lee Robinson came up with concerning the limited
> company
>> > is very interesting. Of course nobody, even if they are black, has the
>> > right to join the board of a company, that has to be earned.
>> > We could create an inner tier of membership that could perhaps use a
>> > recommendation system of current members with regards potential new
>> > members in the same way that golf clubs do to keep out the riff-raff.
>> > 3. I agree that signing a statement of our aims should be added as a
>> > membership requirement. This could be as "strong" as we like and as
>> > well
>> > as putting off undesirables would help prevent against another "Maureen
>> > Stowe".
>> > 4. Is there not a legal entitlement to freedom of association?
>> > 5. The CRE letter should go online ASAP as others have suggested or
>> > else
>> > people might think we are pulling a fast one to let them in.
>> > 6. I am sure the papers would be very interested in this story, "The
> Asian
>> > who demands to join the BNP". Would he be so keen to press his case if
> his
>> > face and address were all over the newspapers?
>> > 7. If the CRE really do go for this we ought to use this to do as much
>> > damage to them ASAP. We can highlight the disproportionately ethnic
> staff
>> > and the fact that they leave ethnic only groups alone.As such could we
> not
>> > look at the concept of malicious prosecution?
>> > We can portray this as an attempt by foreigners to basically deny white
>> > Europeans the right to their own identity. They should be left in no
> doubt
>> > that we will milk the publicity mercilessly and that in itself might
> make
>> > them get cold feet.
>> > 8. Can we not glean anything from the way the trade unions appear to
> have
>> > successfully kept/kicked us out?
>> >
>> > Still thinking about some other stuff, but we must not allow ourselves
> to
>> > be panicked into making what could be a catastrophic decision.
>> >
>> > Simon
>> >
>> >
>> >
For more read here...............http://www.nwn-forum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=3726

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Only the BNP Can Save Britain from the “Terror” of Islamist Colonisation and Protect British Identity, Says First Sikh Member

Only the British National Party can save Britain from the terror of Islamist colonisation and protect the identity of the British people, said Sikh activist and the first ethnic member of the party, Rajinder Singh, today.

Speaking after being given his party membership card, Mr Singh said he was determined to ensure that the BNP’s “message was heard without distortions and lies.

“All of the other parties follow policies which will result in the Islamification of Britain,” Mr Singh said.

“Already there are over 85 sharia law courts operating in Britain, all with legal force and recognised by the state.

“Sharia law is becoming entrenched in financial institutions as well. This is the direct result of the policies followed by Labour, Conservative and Lib-Dems who have encouraged Islamic immigration,” Mr Singh said.

“I know first-hand the results of Islamist colonisation. I saw what happened to my homeland when it was overrun by Islamists and I do not want that horror visited upon Britain.

“This is tied up very closely to the question of the identity of the British people.

“I am a Sikh and proud to be so, and I respect and support the right of British people to be proud of who they are, and their right to remain the majority population in their homeland.

“No one in India would want that subcontinent to become majority Chinese. The Indian people would reject that as colonisation, which it would be.

“The same goes for Britain,” Mr Singh said, adding that there was a huge difference between small-scale immigration and what is happening today in Britain.

BNP leader Nick Griffin welcomed Mr Singh’s announcement, calling it a “brave step for truth.

Mr Singh, for whom I have the greatest respect and the pleasure to have had as a friend for many years, knows the truth about the BNP, and we welcome his support in the common struggle against the Islamist menace which threatens all lands and people.”

The British National Party has issued a high resolution picture of Rajinder Singh and his BNP membership card for copyright free use by the media on the condition that the party is credited for the image.



NWN : So much for, it was 'forced' on to the BNP. Griffin has wanted this all along !

Friday, March 12, 2010

BNP fail to publish European expenses details

Nick Griffin, the British National Party leader and MEP, has not published details of his own expenses despite campaigning on an anti-sleaze platform during European elections.

Nine months after accusing mainstream Westminster MPs and Brussels MEPs of having "their snouts in the trough", neither Mr Griffin, nor his BNP colleague Andrew Brons, have given any details of how they spend allowances worth a combined £530,000 every year.

According to Mr Griffin's website: "All accounts and expenses will be published on this page for complete transparency as soon as they become available." The "accounts and expenses" website section for Mr Brons, a Yorkshire MEP, has remained blank since last July.

Other Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat MEPs have all given detailed breakdowns of how allowances are spent since the European elections last June. Most British MEPs give salary band details of employees and justify travel, subsistence and other expenses.

The most recent parliamentary "declarations of financial interest" for both MEPs date back to June 16 2009, just days after they were both elected. Neither declaration gives any details of annual expenses, worth over £280,000 for each man.

Mr Griffin has used parliament assistant allowances, worth over £190,000, to employ three staff members, according to his website, but has given no details of their salary bands. Mr Brons employs four people but, also, gives no details of their wages.

One staffer, Martin Wingfield, is employed twice by both MEPs as a communications officer. Mr Wingfield's wife, Tina, also works for Mr Griffin.

European Parliament officials have told The Daily Telegraph that Mr Griffin and Mr Brons do not have any staffers accredited to work in the Brussels or Strasbourg seats of the EU assembly.

The Daily Telegraph has also learnt that the Electoral Commission has opened an investigation into the BNP's accounts after the party's auditor refused to sign off accounts for 2008.

The "case under review" concerns a suspected breach of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act, which requires all party treasurers to file full and accurate accounts each year.

"There are reasonable grounds to believe there has been a breach of reporting requirements," said a spokesman.

The BNP, Mr Griffin and Mr Brons yesterday declined to comment or answer questions about the use of their allowances.

Chris Davies, a Liberal Democrat MEP for the North West, said: "The BNP's MEPs are shown to be less than open and transparent about their own financial affairs."

As well as staff allowances, both BNP MEPs, who earn a salary of £84,000 a year, receive a "general expenditure allowance" worth over £44,000 annually. While working in Brussels or Strasbourg, the two places where the parliament sits, MEPs pocket a £265 daily cash subsistence payment, worth over £40,000 tax-free every year.

NWN: Well Griffin gets away with riding roughshod over the poor browbeaten BNP members with issues about money. Every year the BNP accounts are late, meaning another fine for the members to pay.He cannot do the same with the European Parliaments finance department. Are Griffin and Brons so stupid ?

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Alby Walker to fight Stoke Central as Independent

The BNP has already selected its three candidates to stand in Stoke-on-Trent's parliamentary constituencies.

But BNP deputy leader Simon Darby will now definitely come face-to-face with Alby Walker after the city councillor confirmed he is standing as an Independent in Stoke-on-Trent Central.

Mr Walker quit as the BNP's Stoke-on-Trent leader earlier this year after becoming disillusioned with party politics.

Mr Walker's campaign is being funded by an un-named benefactor after his £500 deposit was paid by two elderly constituents.

He said: "I have applied for the election pack which I expect to receive once the election date is announced.
"I am standing but can always do with extra funding for leaflets and posters."


Monday, March 08, 2010

Chris Jackson to stand for National Front in Rochdale at the General Election.

This is the start of the National Fronts campaign for the forthcoming General Election which is expected to be called quite soon. This won't be the only seat to be contested by the NF in this General election for the North West region.
Chris is a long serving nationalist, who has previously stood in many elections both local and national as well as European. His experience of elections is 'without peer' in the nationalist movement.
Being a major player in the elections of BNP Councillors in places like Burnley and Halifax in particular, his expertise and knowledge is a great 'feather' in the National Fronts cap. Chris was involved in the election of every BNP Councillor in the North West region. He was also the North West of England BNP regional organiser for many years.
Chris has also challenged for election to the BNP Leadership against Nick Griffin . Chris Jackson saw the way and route Mr.Griffin was leading the BNP.

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Ernst Zundel walks free from Mannheim jail after 7 year jail sentence for 'thought crimes'.

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Pupils aged five on hate register:

Teachers must log playground taunts for Government database

Heads will be forced to list children as young as five on school 'hate registers' over everyday playground insults.

Even minor incidents must be recorded as examples of serious bullying and details kept on a database until the pupil leaves secondary school.

Teachers are to be told that even if a primary school child uses homophobic or racist words without knowing their meaning, simply teaching them such words are hurtful and inappropriate is not enough.

Register: Minor playground insults must be recorded as examples of serious bullying and details kept on a database (file picture)

Instead the incident has to be recorded and his or her behaviour monitored for future signs of 'hate' bullying.

The accusations will also be recorded in databases held by councils and made available to Whitehall and ministers to help them devise future anti-bullying campaigns.

The scale of the effort to stop children using homophobic or racist language was revealed after the parents of a ten-year-old primary school pupil in Somerset, Peter Drury, were told that his name would be put on a register and his behaviour monitored while he remained at school.

The boy was reported after he called a friend 'gay boy'. His parents fear the record of homophobic bullying will count against him throughout his school career and even into adulthood.

In another incident last year a six-year-old girl, Sharona Gower, was reported for 'racist bullying' at her school near Tunbridge Wells in Kent.

Sharona was chased by two 11-year-old girls, one of whom taunted her that
she had chocolate on her face.

The six-year-old responded to one of the girls, who was black: 'Well, you've got chocolate on yours.'

Many schools nationwide have already followed advice that they should record incidents of alleged racist, homophobic or anti-disability bullying.

One report last year by the Manifesto Club civil liberties think-tank said that 40,000 children each year are having racist charges added to their school records.

But ministers aim to make reporting of supposed 'hate taunting' a legal requirement for every school, primary as well as secondary, and every local authority across the country from the beginning of the new school year in September.

Incidents considered serious will have to be reported to local authorities. Children's Secretary Ed Balls is set to introduce rules that, officials said, 'will mean that schools will have to record and report serious or recurring incidents of bullying to their local authority.

'This will include incidents of bullying and racism between pupils and abuse or bullying of school staff.

The Government is clear that schools must take seriously any complaints made of abuse or bullying by pupils.'

Schools will be expected to monitor the behaviour of individual children. Local authority records will show incidents and their nature, but not names of pupils.

Head teachers were first advised to keep records of racist incidents eight years ago.

Then, in 2007, heads were told to include disability-related and homophobic bullying in their tallies.

Rules for heads say that using language such as 'gay' - which has had near-universal usage among British schoolchildren in recent years to denote something as inferior - counts as homophobic bullying, even if pupils do not have any homophobic intention in mind when using the word.

Primary school pupils must be taught 'the nature and consequences of homophobic bullying', according to the rules.

Schools Minister Vernon Coaker said: 'The majority of schools already record incidents of bullying.

'However, we want to make sure that all schools have measures in place to prevent and tackle bullying and show they are taking it seriously.'

But concerns have been raised that the system turns everyday banter among children into incidents of racism or homophobia when none was meant.

Margaret Morrissey, founder of campaign group Parents Outloud, said: 'This is totally appalling. The use of such language is part of the learning process. Children need to learn where the boundaries lie. And I very much doubt they understand what they are saying.

'This does not mean that the behaviour shouldn't be challenged. It must be explained that it is wrong. But to keep a register that will haunt them for years to come is going far too far and is against all rights.'

Michele Elliott of the charity Kidscape said: 'Children are being criminalised and singled out here from a very early age when they don't know what they're doing.'

Tory MP Ann Widdecombe said: 'Abuse in the playground has always happened and always will.

'Children have to learn to take this as part of growing up and you can't punish children for doing something they don't understand while they are very young.'

For more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1255264/Pupils-aged-hate-register-Teachers-log-playground-taunts-Government-database.html#ixzz0h9yZgG68

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