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posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Monday, 30 September 2013, 20:26
Despite having the firm hand of his Fuhrer ruffling his hair at the BNP conference in Blackpool over the weekend, Jack Renshaw was by all accounts furious that Hope Not Hate tipped off a Socialist student society at Manchester Metropolitan University over his planned infiltration of the group.
Jack claims it could lead to his being attacked by members of the society! The truth is however, we tipped off the group because Jack is a member of a political party that has a history of gathering details of people that is does not like for the very purpose of physically assaulting them.
He also complained that the student accomodation he has moved to "would be in the Muslim area of Manchester..."
It's actually more likely, again, given his party's history of attacking Muslims, that it's the community where he lives that should be concerned. Obviously, we're not going to give the exact location where he lives, but as Jack has already been questioned once before by officers from the counter terrorist unit, it's pretty certain they will not be overly happy with him living there either.
If anyone doubts the reasons for the continuing vigilance against fascists like Jack and his party, one only has to look at the activities of the moronic but dangerous drug gang, North West Infidels. Seven of the gang were jailed last week for a vicious assault on a father and his two sons in Liverpool last year.
The gang has a long history of drug and drink fuelled violence against innocent people. BNP leader Nick Griffin described them as "good people" upon hearing of their convictions.
What a vile party Jack belongs to.
Posted: 30 Sep 2013 | There are 3 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 27 September 2013, 12:29
Anything but excitment is gripping the British National Party at the moment as those daft enough to still be active in the party, are being instructed to make their way to Blackpool for the party's annual conference which will kick off tonight when a few members will try and instigate a brawl of sorts outside of a local kebab shop.
If anything, the poor attendance at the conference will be further proof that the BNP is as good as finished as a serious political party. Only a fool would believe the BNP's own self-publicity.
Although a host of well known party members are expected to stay away, little Jack Renshaw will be the star of the show, having been groomed by the party leadership.
Renshaw has recently started attending Manchester University and is already putting himself about. Unfortunately for Renshaw, people there are already on to him. He's ben bragging that he has joined the student wing of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) but judging by the literature he has been banding around, it is actually the Socialist Party. Clever little boy that he (thinks he) is, Renshaw has been bragging that he is a "part" socialist, "just not their part".
It's great to see someone so young and in the BNP admitting they are a National Socialist already. Sadly for Jack, the Socialist Party are alreay onto him and will be ensuring he does not disrupt their student group on campus, telling us "He won't be attending any of our functions or disrupting our activities. We are very opposed to his politics and he should know that."
So, enjoy your time at Manchester Uni, Jack. Keep an eye out for the away team.
Also on their way to Blackpool is notorious Nazi sex tourist Thomas Imrie. The BNP must be desperate to fill those empty seats with the news that their pet drug-gimps from the North West Infidel (NWI) gang are this morning deservedly, behind bars.
Imrie has been suggesting that more cop killers like Raul Moat would be a good thing for this country. This comes after Imrie also suggested antifascists should be shot.
Whatever happens in Blackpool, there is some good news for the BNP. Having been complaining that the media is ignoring their conference, word reaches us this morning that the BBC will cover the conference, the working title is apparently, "the end of the party."
Posted: 27 Sep 2013 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Simon Cressy | on: Thursday, 26 September 2013, 21:16
A former leading figure with the English Defence League is on the run tonight after being convicted of a violent robbery.
Guramit Singh Kalirai with two accomplices Andrew Wheelhouse and David Mura tied up a shop assistant and threatened to slash his throat in an attempted robbery at The Simply Hydro gardening shop in Hucknall, Notts.
Nottinghamshire Police tracked down Kalirai of Ullswater Crescent, Bramcote and arrested him in connection with the violent crime.
The trio stood trial at Nottingham Crown Court and were found guilty of attempted robbery.
All three were sent to prison on Tuesday.
Kalirai absconded before the start of the trial and was sentenced to six-and-a-half-years in prison in his absence. A warrant is out for his arrest.
Wheelhouse was jailed for five-and-a-half-years and Mura was sentenced to three years and three months.
Detective Inspector Monk added: "I would also like to thank the officers and staff involved in the investigation who worked tirelessly in bringing the three to justice.
"Inquires are continuing to locate Kalarai. I would urge anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts to come forward so that he can be brought before the court."
Anyone with information about Kalarai should contact Notts Police on 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Guramit Singh Kalirai is a close friend and ally of EDL leader Stephen Lennon but drifted away from the movement after becoming a hate figure with some sections of the far right.
Posted: 26 Sep 2013 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Simon Cressy | on: Thursday, 26 September 2013, 19:05
Six far-right sympathisers who ambushed attendees of an anti-fascist
benefit gig in front of shocked city centre onlookers have today,
Thursday 26 September 2013, been jailed.
Michael Kearns (b 26/03/1972), of Dovecot Avenue, Liverpool, Liam
Pinkham (b 06/04/1988), of Victoria Road, Wallasey, Merseyside, Shane
Calvert (b 29/09/1981) of Shetland Close, Blackburn, Nathan Smith (b
29/11/1991), of Kingsway, Huyton, Liverpool, Peter Hawley (b
10/03/1960), of Ailsa Road, Blackburn, Lancashire, Matthew Coates, of
New Lane Pace, Southport (b 25.07.1991) and Steven Dumont, born
14/08/1995, of Rosewood Close, Liverpool all pleaded guilty to violent
disorder at an earlier hearing.
Kearns was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment, Pinkham was jailed for
17 months, Coates was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment and Calvert
received a 14 month jail term.
Hawley was jailed for 13 months and Dumont was jailed, for five months
imprisonment for violent disorder and four months for a public order
offence, to run consecutively.
Early in the evening of 6 July 2012, the victims of the attack, were
walking along Bold Street, Liverpool, when they were set upon without
warning. The victims were in Liverpool for an anti-fascist benefit
event taking place at a nearby venue.
A group of nine men, now known to include the seven defendants, rushed
towards them, throwing punches and kicks.
The violence then spilled from the street into the nearby Tabac café
where the melee continued among shocked diners.
The group left their victims battered and bruised and ran off. Some of
them covered up the lower half of their faces as they ran, in a bid to
hide their identity.
A number of witnesses later told officers there were two distinct
group involved in the fighting - one clearly doing the attacking and
the other being attacked.
A Merseyside police inspector was on duty that evening and, at about
7.15pm, he saw between eight and 10 men running from the scene.
He recognised the 17-year-old and relayed information to the police
control room. He carried on chasing the offenders and, as they vaulted
a fence near the Osca Bar, he arrested Coates. Calvert and Pinkham
were also detained in Liverpool City centre shortly after the attack
had taken place.
Peter Hawley, Nathan Smith and Michael Kearns were later identified
and arrested following a review of CCTV that had been recovered from
Detective Constable Mike Russell, of the North West Counter Terrorism
Unit, said: "Not only did these men descend on the victims, but they
carried out the attack in front of members of the public.
"They knew that there was a Unite Against Fascism benefit event taking
place in the city centre that night and they specifically targeted
their victims following various disputes between the two opposing
"As a result of the investigation, the men have been convicted of
If members of the community have any information or concerns regarding
domestic extremism, please contact the Confidential Anti-Terrorist
Hotline on 0800 789 321
Posted: 26 Sep 2013 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Tuesday, 24 September 2013, 08:52
September is a big month for the far-right in this country. Today is the 20th anniversary of the death of Ian Stuart (Donaldson), a failed musician and violent thug who set up the neo-Nazi Blood & Honour music network.
Over the last few days we have had a number of people in and amongst over a thousand neo-Nazis from across Britain and Europe camped out in Northants as the race-haters and neo-Nazis commemorated Donaldson's death by getting drunk and signing Nazi songs.
Donaldson was a life long coward. A grammar school boy who wanted to be a rock star, he began his career in music in a mainstream band signed to a London record company, but as fame, fortune and talent avoided him, he split his band by becoming a hard-line neo-Nazi and joining the National Front. This was quite a surprise given that his band, Skrewdriver, had also played a lot of Rolling Stones cover versions. Despite the black roots of such music, Donaldson continued listening to the Rolling Stones until his death in 1993, when a car he was travelling in crashed in the Midlands.
At the time of Ian Stuart's death, the white power music scene, which had been experiencing a minor revival, was split down the middle after the emergence of the terror group Combat 18 (C18).
The lead members of C18 were demanding large sums of money from the neo-Nazi bands that were trying to make a living by selling merchandise up and down the country at secret venues where their gigs were held. C18 enforcers took over security and the drug supplies for these gigs and at one stage, one jealous C18 member even issued a death threat against Stuart over a "personal" matter.
Of course, in death, all was forgotten and many, many people have tried to earn a living off the back of Stuart's legacy. If there was one thing that could be said for Stuart, it is that he did not like "political parasites" who were more interested in the money than the "music" itself. He quit the NF in the mid 80's after falling out with current BNP leader Nick Griffin, who at the time was only just beginning a lifelong habit of running Nazi parties into the ground. At the time, it was the National Front that Griffin was destroying.
If Nick Griffin is not mourning the 20th Anniversary of Stuart's death, it certainly is not because he has been commemorating the 20th anniversary of the BNP's first ever councillor being elected.
Derek Beackon was elected to Tower Hamlets council in September 1993. Over the weekend a number of far-right luminaries got together to remember Beackon's victory. Interestingly, not one of those present is even in the BNP any more. Such is Nick Griffin's legacy...
Posted: 24 Sep 2013 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 23 September 2013, 12:44
Big news over the weekend when we learned that the EDL leader had turned up outside the home of former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos. Horrified to find the compressed thug at her gates, Tulisa by all accounts, bolted, or according to the more up market newspapers, she was "driven out" by the appearance of the EDL leader outside her home.
Stephen Lennon, who is the EDL leader despite using the name Tommy Robinson for his criminal and thuggish activities, claimed he was filming a documentary outside of Contostavlos's home and had no idea who was inside. It's a likely story.
Some say he was actually trying to find the home of rival fascist boss Paul Pitt, who leads the breakaway South East Alliance (SEA), some are suggesting something more sinister.
Contostavlos was forced off X Factor after her highly publicised drugs arrest earlier this year when she was questioned over an alleged £800 drug deal. Lennon of course, actually does have drug convictions. So, who knows what he was trying to do. He does have a habit of getting himself photographed with unsuspecting celebrities, just as he also has a habit of getting arrested for drug related actitivties.
Whatever it is that Lennon was up to, he had better start digging deep. He could be about to be billed for wasting police time in Sheffield last weekend. Given that the pub the EDL was protesting about is actually not going to be a Mosque, South Yorkshire Police are billing him for their time. One can expect Bradford Council and West Yorkshire police to do pretty much the same.
Given that Lennon is currenty doing lot of sponsored walks to raise funds for the EDL, he'll need all of the marching powder he can get his hands on to raise enough funds to pay this one off.
Elsewhere, in Blackburn to be precise, the animal murderer John Snowy Shaw made an appearance at a demonstration by the drug gang that goes by the name of the "Infidels". Snowy told the 58 asembled race haters there that the way forward now for this gang is "Leaderless Resistance". Those unfimiliar with the term should probably google it, where they'll find a few other names from the dim and distant past who were also working for the state and encouraging such nonsense.
Posted: 23 Sep 2013 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Saturday, 21 September 2013, 10:21
Well, that was the week that was. I discovered that I had something in common with Nigel Farage; Lefty teachers. We both acted like fascists to wind them up when we are at school. The difference is, I attended an ILEA school with apparent ambitions to twin with Kim il-Sung University, whilst Farage went to Dulwich College which allows the odd poor kid in. Despite being odd, Farage has never been poor.
The whole thing was bubbling along nicely until up stepped Godfrey Bloom. Still, all publicity is good publicity normally, but Ukip would do well to learn from the BNP over stunts like this..
The BNP proudly claimed that their leader Nick Griffin was spending last week with "like-minded" people in Milan, at a fascist rally. Despite some claiming there was going to be some 2000 people attending, HNH was more on the ball with updates that like everything Griffin touches these days, it was actually a complete disaster. The man must be beginning to think he really is cursed.
Things in the BNP really are awful at the moment. A number of senior members have gone AWOL, and the "active" membership figure the party now rely upon for support, or who are actively "engaged" with the party, is now fewer than a thousand. By all accounts, we can also add Patrick Harrington to the list of people missing in their inaction. Rumour is that his marriage and subsequent financial problems are in no small way related to legal fees resulting from his estranged wife's disastrous legal tussle with former BNP MEP, Andrew Brons.
To avoid a growing number of former friends and supporters, Griffin has decided to (as well as Milan) spend his time in Syria glamping with the murderous regime of President Assad. According to the BNP, in another one of their ludicrous begging letters to their remaining desperados, the Daily Express has been describing Griffin as some kind of hero. Although there's not enough room on the front page to squeeze Princess Diana off the front page (even the murder of Lee Rigby could not do that entirely,) according to the BNP, the newspaper has described Griffin as "the ONLY politician with the balls to speak up for Britain.." Yes, of course, it was the comments section of the Express-awash with the BNP head office staff's comments, as opposed to Editorial content. But "borrowing" said balls from Patrick Harrington was cruel, even for Nick Griffin.
The BNP's conference in Blackpool next weekend will be a complete washout. And that comes from within the BNP. Recent disastrous turn-outs at must attend BNP events such as their London rally and then their "Nationalist weekend" in Wales, is proof enough.
The BNP is now crying foul that as well as their own members, neither does the BBC want to attend their conference! It's not a conspiracy by the BBC, but good accounting in these troubled times. Oh yes, and the fact that the BNP has a habit of roughing up journalists that attend their events and ask probing questions. Rather bizarrely (or not), the BNP claim that their annual conference is being held "due to popular demand". So, never mind the party constitution, if Griffin wants to cook a hog roast and try and squeeze a few extra quid from the members foolish enough to turn up-that is a popular demand. Of course, for something that "sells out" so quickly, we sure are receiving a lot of reminders to buy tickets that are still available.
Talking of "popular", John "Snowy" Shaw, the drugged up thug that murders animals on his family farm is due to make a rare appearance with his drugged up gang of thugs travelling to Blackburn today. What with the current leadership of the "Infidels" facing likely prison sentences in the near future, it's no surprise that someone somewhere has decided to send "Snowy" back out into the wilderness. Lock up your pets.
Down in Sheffield, the EDL are having a demonstration about a closed pub that is not becoming a Mosque. You couldn't make it up.
Posted: 21 Sep 2013 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Noah James | on: Friday, 20 September 2013, 19:46
We can now exclusively reveal that the venue for the Ian Stuart Donaldson gig, organised by Blood and Honour, is being held in in Upper Heyford, South Northamptonshire, approx 5 miles west of Northampton.
The nazi fest is being held in a field next door to The Red Lion Truck Stop,A4500 Weedon Road Upper Heyford Northampton NN7 4DE.
However, The Red Lion Truck Stop is not hosting the event and we would ask that people leave them in peace. Please do not ring them or try and contact the pub.
It is 20 years since the former Skrewdriver singer was killed in a car crash in Derbyshire and given the anniversary the nazi concert is expected to attract 4-500 people.
Posted: 20 Sep 2013 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Steve Ireland | on: Thursday, 19 September 2013, 13:12
A Selfridges sales associate of seven years standing has disputed the EDL leader's account of the events that led to him refusing to serve a friend of the EDL leader. The incident led to his subsequent suspension whilst Selfridges launched an internal investigation over the incident on Monday.
Selfridges has lifted the suspension after ublic outcry and social media pressure.
The trade union USDAW, who represent the Sales Associate, claim that their member had only refused to serve Stephen Lennon's friend and then only because of alleged abuse "being directed at him by the customer". The sales associate also insists that he had not sworn himself.
USDAW added to their statement "Our member strongly maintains that he only refused to serve because of the abuse being directed at him by the customer and he did not swear in the exchange.
"The shopworker concerned is an Usdaw member and we are providing support and representation. We welcome Selfridges' decision to lift the suspension and we will continue to support our member on his return to work.”
Stephen Lennon, who uses the name Tommy Robinson due to his extensive criminal activities which include fraud and violence, had initially been rewarded with a three course steak dinner and an apology from Selfridges after claiming that his friend had been told to “f*** off” on Monday, whilst visiting the Oxford Street store in London to buy a pair of designer jeans.
The EDL leader filmed the incident on his mobile phone and can be heard saying: "You won’t serve my friend because he’s friends with me... and I’m in the EDL." The assistant is shown replying: "You can put me on the camera all you want mate, but I’m not serving you," before the arrival of a colleague and a member of security staff who instructed Lennon to "Stop Filming".
The Times newspaper ran a story (whose source appears to be Mr Lennon) backing Lennon's claims and with a supporting statement from Selfridges claiming that they were "disappointed" with regard to the incident involving the EDL's criminal leader as they pridethemselves on "welcoming everybody".
A spokesperson for the Times newspaper who ran Lennon's original version of events in an online edition on Tuesday afternoon, stated that they would not be running an update on the story with a correction as acording to them, the story is now "dead" .
Posted: 19 Sep 2013 | There are 8 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: . | on: Wednesday, 18 September 2013, 17:02
Two BNP councillors will stand trial in December accused of a racially-aggravated public order offence.
Dawn Charlton, 49, of Ewanrigg Road, Maryport, and Clive Jefferson, 46, of Slatefell Drive, Cockermouth, are accused of causing racially aggravated harassment, alarm or distress by displaying writing, a sign or visible representation which was threatening, abusive or insulting.
The pair deny the charge, which relates to leaflets distributed in Maryport in the run-up to the county council elections in May.
Charlton, a Broughton Moor parish councillor, and Jefferson, who is on Broughton Parish Council, both stood for election in the town.
They are due to face trial from December 3.
BNP leader Nick Griffin and Labour councillors are among the witnesses due to give evidence.
Charlton and Jefferson were released on unconditional bail.
Posted: 18 Sep 2013 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 10 September 2013, 13:41
It's not just the big guns of British political life who spend this time of year flag waving, arguing, lobbying and patting each other on the back.
Although none of them actually vote on policies or elect anything or anyone, even fascists like to get together and fight in the car park outside of a grotty pub among themselves once a year. It's in their constitutions, you know.
So, let's have a run down on the who, what and when's of this year's political conferences for the socially inept, politically prostrate and outright stupid.
Who: British Democratic Party (BDP)
When & Where: Somewhere soon, they don’t want to rush these things.They Say: The BNP is dead.
Form Guide: Hard to find any form in this old nag. Some people had such high hopes for the BDP, but it appears that hating Nick Griffin is not enough. They might be able to win a game of University Challenge, but other than that, there’s not a lot else going on. It transpires that the party President does not like regional accents and neither do the mockney’s down sarf, who complain they cannot understand the Geordie accent of the party’s Chairman, former toilet salesman, Kevin Scott.
If they do decide to hold a conference, it will be boozy and the membership as well as Scott, left outside with their faces pressed against the window.
Kevin Scott: Has found a venue where he can be understood
Ken Booth: In charge of the shoe box
What to look for: The party’s membership list and finances recently went missing after someone mislaid the shoe box that is the party’s head office. Hopefully it will show up soon. You may see former GLA clown Richard Barnbrook running the bar, which will ensure at least some dirty dancing and a cream suit, but no-one else from London as they hate “Dicky” down sarf. Who knows, maybe they’ll have two conferences. Their recent London conference was actually held in Kent such is their poor grasp on Geography. How they’ll ever invade Poland at this rate is beyond me...
What to avoid: A certain bookmaker who is down on his luck and Ken Booth, who also manages to mislay his dentures on a regular basis.
What they’ll say: “The BNP is dead”, again.
Themes: Hitler good/Jews & BNP bad.
Who: British National Party (BNP)
When & Where: Blackpool 28-29th September
They Say: "Meeting with like-minded people is a great morale booster."
Form Guide: It gets smaller every year, but this really is the place to be if you can stomach it, because these events, like all BNP events, are normally doused in some sort of scandal; from under age girls being snuck into grotty bedrooms, angry Trots shimmying up the drainpipes, Martin Reynolds screening homemade pornography on his mobile phone and in one bygone year, cockroaches on the dinner plates.
What to look for: Apparently there's a prize if you spot Adam Walker, but just spotting anyone would be a good start such is the rapid demise of the BNP. London BNP chief and Aryan pornographer Steve Squire won't be hard to spot. He's taken to dressing like a jockey and wearing silly hats. That's what you get for dating a Madonna impersonator.
Steve Squire: The biggest helmet in the BNP
Adam Walker: Will busboy be escorting you to your room?
Like minded people: All 17 of you, together at last
What to avoid: Martin Reynolds, obviously. Also Simon Darby, he could bore dry rot. Then there’s Clive Jefferson; he'll chase you down until you've promised upon death, to leave the BNP all of your worldly goods and this could come sooner than you expect should you have been collared by Simon Darby.
What they'll say: Nick Griffin will wear an enormous grin for most of the weekend as if he does not have a care in the world. And to be honest, if he's not been declared bankrupt a few days before the conference, he doesn't really have much to worry about at all. BNP staff members may be sending out their CV's in anticipation of being jobless next year, but old Nick's got loads of dosh in the bank, so he'll say he's having a great old time. By the way, not only did Griffin apparently stop Britain going to war, he also scored the fourth goal in the 1966 World Cup.
Themes: Assad/Hitler/Gaddaffi are good. Jews and Tommy Robinson are bad.
Who: English Democratic Party (EDP)
When and where: Hilton Hotel, Leicester, 20-21 September
They Say: “Ingerland, Ingerland, Ingerland...”
Form Guide: The EDP is in such severe decline, the manager of the Hilton Hotel would do well to get payment in full, up front. The EDP hasn’t just swung to the extreme right since throwing the proverbial leg over a few hundred BNP rebels, it’s positively sunk into the gutter of Holocaust Denial Irish hating, Scotland hating, alleged vote rigging and even joining up with a hooligan group too stupid for even the EDL.
Steve Uncles: Will be selling off parts of the UK for the price of an English bean
Leicester Conference: Plans to defend Berwick by force will be drawn up
What to look for: If you’re Irish and happen to be in Leicester on the day, why not pop in and try and buy Northern Ireland from the EDP? Apparently it’s yours for ten grand. Also expect to see the party faithful out trying to dig up the remains of some old Queen.
What to avoid: if you’re staying for the night, DO NOT look for Haggis on the breakfast menu in the morning. The EDP seems to think it’s some kind of halal fish.
What they’ll say: “We want our own parliament with English sausages and English corned beef.“Let’s invade Scotland, keep the Falklands but sell Ireland to the Argentina. We’re just like any other ordinary party, really...”
Themes: Ingerland good. Everyone else-bad!
Who: National Front (NF)
When & Where: London, 6th October 2013
They Say: “This is a very important AGM”
Form Guide: As one of the world’s longest surviving Nazi organisations, this one will end up with someone getting some kind of life threatening injury. The NF is in the middle of another split and to add further insult to injuries, there’s also a jealous wife and a spurned lover on their way to confront ex-partners. The chances of there being any kind of debate are minimal, but the NF does like to lay on a nice buffet, which as ever, will be courtesy of the “Nazi Granny” Tess Culnane. Apparently she does a lovely spread, and there will be no curry, either. The party has recently welcomed back a series of high calibre members, so expect a drunken brawl, a stabbing and a lot of Nazi saluting throughout the day.
Hear no evil, see no evil: The Master Race
NF Bovver: Prepared for a day at court
What to look for: An angry wife and an angry husband should be trying to make an appearance at some stage. There might not be many of them, but the NF is quite capable of starting world war three after two pints of a Germanic beverage, so it’s best to look for somewhere you can avoid flying glass whilst enjoying your light libation.
What to avoid: Other than flying glass, avoid all eye contact. And certainly do not go looking at the Fuhrer’s “bird” as that is tantamount to launching a fifth column. Also, keep an eye on your wallet.
What they’ll say: “You looking at me/you staring at me/did you spill my pint/can you lend me a tenner?”
Themes: Hitler/Tyndall. Dead people, mostly.
Who: New British Union (NBU)
Where & When: Near Milton Keynes 4-6th October, 2013
They Say: There will be chicken in a basket and armbands for £25.00
Form Guide: These people take themselves very seriously. You don’t dress up in fancy dress and salute each other for nothing. Indeed, without the chicken in a basket, you can still have a black shirt and an armband for a cool £15.00 The NBU are the new kids on the block, but very reminiscent of the dark days of care in the community.
Gary Raikes: You too can look as special as Gary
Hot Buffet Lunch: But only reheated fascism
What to look for: Somebody who isn’t there doing an article for a Sunday Newspaper.
What to avoid: Avoid at all costs shaking hands with leader Gary Raikes. This could well render you his deputy. Also, avoid parking in his space outside of the venue. As well as dressage, Raikes is obsessed by parking spaces. The Jews must have nicked them all.
What they’ll say: “People don’t understand us.”
Themes: Polished boots, Jew hating, hand-holding, singing of silly songs and the praise of a dead fascist. Leader Gary Raikes believes he is the reincarnation of Oswald Mosley, so it’s no surprise he’s had his gun license taken away from him.
Posted: 10 Sep 2013 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Sunday, 8 September 2013, 21:28
Few people admire the sterling work Adam Walker has done for the British National Party more than us here at Hope Not Hate. We were hoping that one day he would even be chairman of the party. Alas, not everyone in the BNP is so enamoured with him.
Since his driving ban and then his teaching ban, Adam has become somewhat of a recluse, rarely leaving the house if it could be avoided, rarely venturing into the regions he is supposed to control for the BNP in his various party capacities as researcher, manager, good-time guy and organiser.
Adam's currently banned from teaching children for life as a result of an incident he had with some young boys last year. Despite a desperate appeal to the BNP membership for financial help in fighting the ban, it appears few people bothered to even empty their lint into the collection tin. Poor Adam.
The one thing that was keeping Adam "going" (if that is what you could call it) was the hope that he would lead the BNP's candidates in the Yorkshire & Humberside region in next year's European Elections. In effect, as unlikely as it seems, he would have had a slim chance of being an MEP. The region elected Andrew Brons from the BNP as an MEP in 2009, though he left the party last year, mainly because of the antics of people like Adam.
Now it appears that having fallen foul of almost every other BNP employee, the party has enacted its revenge on Adam by denying him his most sought after prize. We've just heard that Adam Walker will not be the BNP's number one candidate in Yorkshire for the European Elections. To make matters worse, that honour has gone to the Holocaust ignorant, poet and pensioner Marlene Guest . That should give you some idea as to just how unpopular Adam is with his colleagues.
Now, Adam is hurt. According to one of our friends in the North East, he is in fact, apoplectic. If he was employable anywhere else, anywhere where you did not require a CRB check for instance, he would have upped and left the BNP immediately. Instead, he took it on the chin and took himself off into a dark corner to sulk.
Step forward Anita "Mrs BNP" Cooper, a party apparatchik from the North East, who was supposed to be chauffering Adam around during his driving ban until she wrote off her car in an accident. That was not very helpful of her. So, she has decided to fall on Adam's sword for him. He will be grateful.
Anita is quitting the party in apparent disgust at the jealousy that has stopped Adam's dream meal ticket becoming a reality. Not only that, she was at "the top" too, according to herself. The top of what we have no idea.
For us, it is a disaster of sorts too. When Adam was planning to stand for leader a couple of year's ago in anticipation of Griffin retiring, it was only our vote, Adam's vote and Anita's vote we could rely on.
So much for best made plans...
Posted: 8 Sep 2013 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: . | on: Sunday, 8 September 2013, 15:02
Anti-racist campaigners have warned an MP they will not be gagged.
Charities claim spending limits proposed in the Lobbying Bill, which is currently passing through Parliament, will restrict their work.
To show their concern, members of anti-racism group Hope Not Hate door-stepped Hove MP Mike Weatherley at his constituency office in Church Road, Hove.
Mark Drayton, of the group, said: “What began as a bid to clean up politics and make the process more transparent has ended up as an attempt to restrict people and individuals engaging in politics and exercising their democratic rights of free speech.
“Simply put, this bill could gag us in the run-up to the next General Election and prevent us offering a proper challenge to racism and fascism.”
Mr Weatherley abstained on the controversial part two of the vote when it was discussed in Parliament last week.
Despite the first stage of the bill being passed, ministers yesterday admitted the public outcry against the “gagging” effect on charities had forced them into a U-turn.
Posted: 8 Sep 2013 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 6 September 2013, 16:47
BNP leader Nick Griffin's former Consigliere Jim Dowson, has been dumped by the Protestant Coalition, an influential pressure group in Northern Ireland we have learned today.
The gun-toting militant anti-abortionist who also heads up Britain First and raises cash for the almost defunct English Democrats , helped set up the Protestant Coalition in April of this year along with others who had been involved in the Northern Irish union flag protests. Dowson helped launch the political party with the useful instruction, that just like every other party he has been involved in, it had "no political ambitions."
Since May Dowson had been on a court order not to use the internet or mobile phones as a result of charges relating to the organising of illegal protests.
However, it is understood that some of those restrictions were lifted by a Belfast court last month, allowing Dowson his religious and civil privileges during the protestant marching season.
Like most coalitions anywhere in the world, the Protestant Coalition has been a rather uneasy one with a mixture of firebrand protestantism and progressive unionism directed mainly, at the established Unionist parties and the traditional enemy, Irish republicanism.
What started out as a coalition against what was felt to be Unionist leaders acquiescing to Republican demands, soon became, for Dowson's faction at least, a full on battle against 'Cultural Marxism', homosexuality and abortion.
Last weekend a mixture of political, social and community groups celebrated Gay pride in Newry, Co Down, irrespective of religion. One of the political parties that took part in the celebration was the Progressive Unionist Party (PUP), loosely linked to the paramilitary Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF). Members of the party tweeted pictures of themselves on the parade.
Either Dowson (although it would be illegal to do so) or someone close to Dowson, then went on to the Protestant Coalition's social media networks to attack the idea of Loyalists marching through Newry under a Gay Pride banner. The PUP-not part of the Protestant Coalition, then responded furiously and a war of words broke out, resulting in a hastily written apology by the Protestant Coalition for comments made that may have upset anyone [read PUP].
Our source in Belfast tells us that so infuriated was Dowson with the apology that he threatened to resign only to be told that he was in fact, being asked to leave the group that he founded.
Shouting abuse at gay couples having civil ceremonies or running around with Nazis like Nick Griffin is one thing; even harassing young women outside family planning clinics the Coalition could stomach from Dowson, but raising the ire of the PUP was a step too far.
Posted: 6 Sep 2013 | There are 3 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Simon Cressy | on: Wednesday, 4 September 2013, 19:22
The Metropolitan Police have told the English Defence League that they will not be allowed to enter Tower Hamlets this weekend.
The EDL had planned to march from London Bridge to Whitechapel Road, however the police have told them that their march poses a real threat of disorder.
They are now only permitted a restricted march in an area away from the borough and will only be allowed half an hour to hold a static protest in Aldgate.
The march has to follow a defined route, starting south of Tower Bridge, along The Minories and Aldgate High Street and not go beyond the corner of Mansell Street.
Chief Superintendent Jim Read said: "The communities have made it clear to us the impact that groups expressing extreme views has upon them. We have listened to those concerns, and we will keep working with all our communities.
"We accept that the EDL, and any counter protest group, have a right to protest. That right must be balanced against the right of people to go about their day without fear of violence, disorder or disruption.
"These conditions prevent EDL from entering the heart of Tower Hamlets, residential areas and religious premises which would have been unnecessarily intimidating and likely to cause disorder and disruption."
A counter demonstration is also being allowed to take place in Whitechapel.
Posted: 4 Sep 2013 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments