Friday, April 30, 2010


This is a vital video concerning the terrible genocide going on against the White people of South Africa. I think it is the most important video I have done to date!

Thanks for your support!

I need it more than ever right now, as the work is hard, the time is short and the funds are low!

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Dr. David Duke--

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Official World Cup T- Shirts !

The shirts say: Please don't kill me, I am only a tourist, not the Boer.

Are English white farmers not also being murdered in South Africa ?

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Kev Bryan to fight Rossendale & Darwen constituency for National Front at General Election

Kev will also be fighting the Irwell ward on Rossendale Borough Council.He is one of the 'high level' people who defected from the BNP against the way Nick Griffin continues to run that party.

Kev was the BNPs Rossendale Organiser and prior to that, was the BNP's Rochdale organiser.

This site wishes all NF candidates well in the forthcoming elections.

We have also noted the disgraceful action by Andrew Brons MEP, to stand against North West England stalwart Steve Smith, who is standing for the NF in the Keighley Parliamentary constituency.

Shame on you Mr. Brons !

Manfred Roeder speaks in Spain against massive Immigration

Monday, April 19, 2010

NATIONAL FRONT St.George's Day March Saturday 24th April 2010.

March off : Kingstanding at 1.00pm.

Memorial Ceremony for Jason Spence, one of "The Fallen".

March through Oscot, Erdington and Kingstanding (NF Candidates standing in Council and General Election in these areas).

After march St.George's Day Social.

A great event for all British patriots, family and friends.

Celebrate St.George's Day with the National Front.

Contact your local NF Organiser or ring 07507878054

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

New BNP Constitution

Although the entire document should be read in full, it is worth noting these particular clauses within the constitution, and how they effect the individual members, and the party itself.

We invite the reader to discuss clauses 6.19 to 6.21

Watchdog begins BNP accounts probe

The Electoral Commission has launched an investigation into the accounting records of the British National Party, it was announced today.

The commission, which is the independent party finance watchdog, said it had began the probe into the party's 2008 statement of accounts.

This follows concerns raised about its "adequacy" by the independent auditor's report that accompanied it.

But the fact that an investigation had been launched did not mean there should be assumptions made over any alleged breaches, the commission stressed.

In January this year the commission began a review following the concerns raised, and this has now developed into the investigation announced today.

It follows comments by the registered auditors, Silver & Co, that the financial statements submitted did not "give a true and fair view of the state of the party's affairs at December 31, 2008".

The auditors went on: "In our opinion it cannot be said that the accounts comply with the requirements of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000, as adequate records have not been made available."

A statement released by the commission said: "In January 2010 the Electoral Commission, the independent party finance watchdog, began a case review following concerns raised in the independent auditor's opinion about the adequacy of the 2008 statement of accounts of the British National Party.

"The case has now become an investigation.

"However, it is important to note - particularly during an election period - that no conclusion has been reached and therefore no assumption should be made as to whether a breach of the rules has occurred."

NWN: How many times have the BNP got to 'screw up' the accounts, resulting in fines that the members have to pay ? Perhaps if the BNP spent more than the 5% on elections, rather than on whatever they are doing with members money, they wouldn't be in such a 'fine mess' ?

And how many times have we and others warned BNP members, about Griffins 'riding roughshod' over Party monies, before they will listen ?

Sunday, April 04, 2010

BNP official Mark Collett questioned over alleged threat to kill Nick Griffin

Police arrest publicity director accused by BNP leadership of plotting 'palace coup'

Nick Griffin and Mark Collett after winning a court case in 2006.

The BNP has been thrown into turmoil weeks ahead of the general election after a senior party member was arrested for allegedly threatening to kill Nick Griffin.

Key party officials have been summoned to a meeting tomorrow to discuss "urgent organisational matters" after Griffin and colleagues made statements to police resulting in the BNP's publicity director, Mark Collett, being detained on Thursday.

Collett, 29, had been due to contest Labour MP David Blunkett's Sheffield Brightside seat in the election but has been stripped of his position within the party which accused him of conspiring to launch a "palace coup" against Griffin.

The BNP alerted members to the crisis on Wednesday. In a message to party organisers, the party said its internal security team had been investigating "alleged financial irregularities" relating to leaflets and publications, the "leaking on to the internet of sensitive party information" and "feeding lies to certain anti-BNP blog sites" for several months.

"As a result of this investigation, a very serious matter has been uncovered," the memo said. "Earlier this week, the police were made aware of very serious allegations potentially affecting the personal safety of party chairman Nick Griffin MEP and senior management/fundraising consultant James Dowson. Formal statements have now been made to the police, including by Mr Griffin."

The message said it had been necessary to act immediately "to ensure the safety of those at risk".

The timing of the row is a further blow to the BNP as it looks to build on success in last year's European elections by winning its first seat in the House of Commons. Last month the party's membership policy was ruled to be discriminatory, despite the BNP having removed a whites-only clause in February.

The BNP said it was unable to provide further details of the alleged threat to Griffin – who is standing against Labour's Margaret Hodge in Barking and Dagenham – and Dowson for fear of prejudicing legal proceedings.

The memo continued: "Since political, as opposed to allegedly criminal, conspiracies are not illegal, we are able to say that Mark Collett was conspiring with a small clique of other party officials to launch a 'palace coup' against our twice democratically elected party leader, Nick Griffin, and that in order to create the artificial climate of disillusionment necessary for this to stand any chance of success, lies and unfounded rumours have been spread, and were planned to be spread much further."

Officers asked Collett to attend a Humberside police station last week. A spokeswoman said: "A 29-year-old man was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of making threats to kill. He was interviewed by detectives at Humberside police and he has been released on bail pending further inquiries. The investigation was initiated as a result of a complaint by the member of the BNP."

BNP regional organisers and key officials have been asked to attend an "urgent briefing meeting" tomorrow to discuss the events of the last few days and the party's future plans.

A spokesman for the anti-fascist organisation Searchlight said rows over finance, particularly Griffin's European expenses, had led to the conflict. Griffin and Andrew Brons were elected to European parliament in June 2009 but have been criticised in recent weeks for failing to publish details of their spending.

"Nick Griffin is constantly claiming he is the leader of a moderate, non-violent organisation," the Searchlight spokesman said. "It is difficult to see how he can square that assertion with his statement to the police that his own head of publicity has been plotting to kill him."

The Guardian attempted to contact senior figures within the British National party, but none were available for comment.

NWN: For a discussion see here;

Friday, April 02, 2010

Trouble at mill !

Seems the good ship BNP is having a dash of the Titanics at the moment. Strong rumours of the sackings of Collett, Butler and Colgate abound. There is even a rumour that South African, Arthur Kemp, has also 'got the boot'.

None of them are real political heavyweights, but there aren't any heavyweights in the BNP anymore. Griffin ousted those years ago.
What they are, or have been, are Griffin sycophants.
We on this blog and many on the Nationalist Online forum have argued that Nick Griffin has major character flaws. The flaws include a rapacious greed for money and an ability to hate his friends. Not good when in the politics business.
Griffin has never allowed capable people to be in the BNP. Any people of promise are soon shown the door. Steve Smith , ex-Burnley BNP summed him up in his booklet - 'How it was done' - "Mr.Griffin struck me as both thoroughly shallow and but also extremely ruthless - but only to the extent of looking after himself."

The late John Tyndall didn't think that Griffin was 'working for the State'. Still, he would have to say that, as he allowed this charlatan to come back into the BNP from out of the wilderness. Griffin had been reduced to stacking shelves and was saved from that by John Tyndall, who he 'stabbed in the back' !
We at NWN would argue that Griffin could not have done more for our enemies if he had been working for the State !

By their fruits ye shall know them !
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