Thursday, 27 June 2013

Sir Nick Griffin? He should be in recognition for the defense of children against Asian Rapists

Nick Griffin proven right once again

In 2001 the BBC accused Nick Griffin of racism for denouncing that Asian gangs were raping boys and girls in the United Kingdom. Twelve-years later we are still learning about the actions of Asian gangs raping boys and girls.

Learning about what went on inside BBC headquarters for many years and the fact that the BBC protected rapists and paedophiles operating inside the BBC, it does not come as a surprise that the BBC chose to ignore Nick Griffin and even threatened him.

All rapists are of Pakistani or of North African origin.

Akhtar Dogar, 32, convicted of rape, facilitating child prostitution and trafficking – 17 years in jail

Anjum Dogar, 31, convicted of rape, facilitating child prostitution and trafficking – 17 years in jail

Assad Hussain, 32, convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child – 7 years in jail

Mohammed Karrar, convicted of rape of a child under 13 and procuring abortion, conspiracy to rape, child prostitution and trafficking – 20 years in jail

Bassam Karrar, 33, convicted of rape and conspiracy to rape girls under 13, child prostitution and trafficking – 15 years in jail

Kamar Jamil, 27, convicted of rape, facilitating child prostitution and trafficking – 12 years in jail

Zeeshan Ahmed, 27, convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child – 7 years in jail

Favelas in the United Kingdom

The Daily Telegraph reports that there is now an epidemic of 'sheds with beds' created by flood immigration. Oh, Flood Immigration is such a delightful things and so much benefits the United Kingdom's economy! Is it? How much do illegal settlements contribute to the British economy? The article also talks about neighbours who are up in arms because of the situations such 'sheds with beds' are creating.
Keep voting for other political parties other than the British National Party and soon the United Kingdom will be plagued by sheds with beds, the British version of Brazilian Favelas. Anybody who knows about Favelas knows the social costs in terms of crime including drug trafficking, alcoholism, prostitution, robberies and murder.

Ah, by the way, having a Favela near your property will do wonders for your community and the value of your property. You might be pleasantly surprise when you try to put your property in the housing market. 

George Osborne applying BNP policies

George Osborne (Jeffrey Osborne according to President Obama)
George Osborne applying BNP policies

Bit by bit, the Conservative Party is adopting British National Party policies. Forced by a tidal wave of public discontent, the Chancellor George Osborne (Jeffrey Osborne according to President Barak Obama), stood up in the House of Commons to deliver the message: Learn English or forget about Welfare Payments.

The mainstream political parties are being dragged along the way by the British National Party, kicking and screaming. Of course Conservative Party representatives are still acting against Nationalists – working bans against political opponents and entry bans against Americans that share the feelings of the vast majority of the British people about the threat posed by Islamic extremists. But I reckon the so called bans, including libel and defamation against political organisations including the EDL that has now been categorized as Far Right while UKIP is categorized as Far Right and Racist, are issued merely in despair.

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Two American Free-Speech Campaigners opposed to Muslim Extremists refused entry into the UK

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer were denied the rights awarded to the killers of Drummer Lee Rigby and many other hate preachers who have been subsidized by the Welfare State.

Ms Geller said: “In a striking blow against freedom, the British government has banned us from entering the country. In not allowing us into the country solely because of our true and accurate statements about Islam, the British government is behaving like a de facto Islamic state. The nation that gave the world the Magna Carta is dead.”

Mr Spencer echoed her comments, and added: “This decision is a victory for the campaign of smears and defamation that has been waged against us in the UK since we announced we were going. In reality, our work is dedicated to the defense of the freedom of speech and equality of rights for all. If that is too hot for the U.K. now, then Britain faces a grim future.”

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

General Francisco Franco of Spain was no National Socialist

General Francisco Franco of Spain was no National Socialist

Francisco Franco was a Christian Monarchist and for some to classify Francisco Franco as National Socialist is the biggest display of ignorance ever. Francisco Franco fought to stop Spain from becoming a Socialist regime and he was very much supported by the Catholic Church.

In spite of the fact that Hitler used Spain to train Luftwaffe pilots – there is a painting called Guernica created by Pablo Picasso depicting mass bombing operations against civilian populations – General Francisco Franco did not join the Axe and kept Spain well away from the delusions of Nazi Germany.

Will Newsquest give the British National Party a fair say regarding worrying issues in Lewisham?

From: "Bexley British National Party" <>
To: "Andrew Parkes" <>, "bexley" <>
Sent: Monday, 24 June, 2013 1:49:27 PM
Subject: Re: Mark Chandler

Dear Mr Parkes,

Please find below a letter that I hope you will be able to publish in full in the next edition of your publication.

Michael Jones


Rather than rebutting the smear article recently aimed at our party (published on 19-06-13), as the local British National Party organiser I would like to respond by raising some serious points, for a change.

We believe that the British people have a right to hear the truth on any particular issue however uncomfortable the truth may be in this politically correct climate.

This is why we recently planned a peaceful march from Woolwich barracks to Lewisham Islamic Centre, where adult Muslims are being trained in Wing Chun, a form of Kung Fu which includes fighting with weapons including knives and hatchets very similar to those used in the ritual slaughter of Lee Rigby. It is said one of the alleged attackers of Lee Rigby attended this Islamic Centre.

As a legitimate political party we campaign on many different issues, but do not organise street marches, however we believe this problem needs highlighting and dealing with, so were prepared to do a one off march on this occasion.
The march was banned by the metropolitan police.

Many people have asked me the very important question as to why such an event was banned.

Is it because the government have no solutions to the growing problem of Wahhabi Islam on our streets, a problem that successive Tory, Labour and now Tory/Lib Dem governments have created with their failed immigration policies?

Michael Jones
Bexley branch organiser
British National Party

From: "Andrew Parkes" <>
To: "Bexley British National Party" <>
Cc: "Mark Chandler" <>
Sent: Sunday, 23 June, 2013 9:32:26 PM
Subject: RE: Mark Chandler


I would be happy to consider publishing a letter from yourself.
We ask readers to limit their letters to 250 words and I’m sure you will understand that we reserve the right to edit submissions.

To be considered for the next edition of our next letters page I would have to ask you to send me your submission as soon as possible.

Andy Parkes

Andrew Parkes
Group Managing Editor
Newsquest South London
01689 885706

From: Bexley British National Party []
Sent: 23 June 2013 14:00
Cc: Mark Chandler
Subject: Mark Chandler

Dear Editor,

After reading the article by Mark Chandler regarding the British National Party and the EDL, (link provided below) I would be grateful if you would give us an opportunity to reply to the dreams of Matthew Collins.
In a fair and decent democracy, surely this wouldn't be an issue for you to print an unedited short piece from us in both your hard copy and online.

I look forward to your response.

Kind regards,
Michael Jones
Bexley branch & south London sub regional organiser

British National Party

Monday, 24 June 2013

To believe that identical political strategies apply to different countries is extremely naive

Extrapolating realities in Greece, in Hungary and in France with realities in Britain in an attempt to justify Nationalist political and electoral strategies in Britain is extremely childish and na├»ve. There is no ‘Et ceteris paribus’ kind of analysis. We can only compare like with like. There are fundamental historical, political, social and cultural differences. In political terms nothing is the same and nothing remains the same for too long.
Some British Nationalists are making completely erroneous assumptions by pretending that the political evolution of Greece, Hungary, France and Britain are one and the same, when the said political evolution in each of the above named countries has been dramatically different. Unfortunately, in desperation, some Nationalists believe in fallacies. They believe that same political strategies can apply to different political realities and in so doing they fool themselves and condemn themselves to eternal frustration.  

British National Party: One of the toughest bunches on Earth

British National Party: One of the toughest bunches on Earth

Some time ago, Paul Hickman, British National Party Birmingham Organiser, wrote me a message and said that activists that had come all the way from the northern England to take part in a memorial rally in Central London to honour the memory of Lee Rigby were not happy with some words that I used in a speech during the said rally.

Looking at what Paul Hickman and the said activists face in Birmingham of all places it is plain easy to understand certain angry attitudes given the sensitivities of the issues we have to deal with, especially taking into account that most of those involved in acts of terrorism in the UK and abroad come actually from Birmingham and the fact that most of those involved in raping boys and girls also come from places like Birmingham, in spite of the fact that many other British cities are affected.

Irate reactions and strong words have come to be expected from people that are absolutely fed up with the realities they have to confront on a daily basis.  I have been in British Nationalism long enough to understand the anger and the frustrations that many Nationalists experience and for this very reason I decided a long time ago that rather than attacking fellow Nationalists that feel understandably angry and frustrated I would use a constructive approach.

Paul Hickman is a very strong character. Well, you have to be strong to survive in places like Birmingham.  What we have to face in Southern England is still relatively mild compared to what Paul Hickman and other activist have to cope with.  

A response to the article titled 'Do you know this chap'?

A response to the article titled 'Do you know this chap'?

The blog London Regional Press Office written by Carlos Cortiglia has another post defending Jews and calling anyone who is Jew wise Ignorant and stupid(sic)!

This foreigner who achieved 1.3% of the vote in the London Mayoral elections blames any defeats on Ethno Nationalism, and National Socialist tendencies, by people within the BNP.

Well, I am a National Socialist for your information, as are Jobbik and Golden Dawn who are the only ones enjoying real success!

Below is the recent article I refer to. Don't bother commenting on his blog as he never publishes comments. More on that later.

Saturday, 22 June 2013

Gigantic Crime: Edward Snowden is accused of saying that American spies spy

Edward Snowden
Gigantic Crime: Edward Snowden is accused of saying that American spies spy
American agents can steal, torture, kill, traffic drugs, et cetera, et cetera, and American agents are not arrested nor persecuted. A civilian makes a statement saying that the American Government is spying on ordinary people and suddenly all hell breaks loose. Are those in charge of American security agencies mentally retarded? Are the political officers who oversee the actions of American agents deranged?
If anything, the American authorities can create a scandal out of nothing. So, a contractor says that the Government is spying on ordinary citizens. We have known about it for ages. No need to issue threats, no need to go on the offensive. By trying to kill a fly with a cannon ball the American authorities have covered themselves in mud that merely confirms that they are up to no good.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Robin Cook in securing the right of Parliament do decide on war

Robin Cook
When I hear Prime Minister David Cameron talking about bypassing Parliament when deciding to go to war, I do remember a man of the Labour Party called Robin Cook who stood up for Parliament against the expediency of Prime Minister Tony Blair who I believe, and this it my humble opinion, should be put on trial as a War Criminal. 

When Tony Blair was rushing towards the illegal invasion of Iraq, Robin Cook put his conscience first and gave up his post as Foreign Secretary in the Labour Cabinet and that was the end of his political career.

Claire Short and many others did not have the guts to stand up and be counted.

Robin Cook will be forever in my memory as a man who rose to the occasion and passed the test with flying colours.
In January 2007, a headstone was erected in The Grange, Edinburgh Cemetery, where Cook is buried, bearing the epitaph: "I may not have succeeded in halting the war, but I did secure the right of parliament to decide on war.

Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Do you know this chap?

Mark Zuckerberg
Do you know this chap? His name is Mark Elliot Zuckerberg. He is an American computer programmer and Internet entrepreneur born in New York in 1984. In 2004, this amazing Jewish guy together with Harvard classmates launched Facebook. Thanks to people like him we can express our views and reach many people that otherwise we could not reach. Anti-Semitism is nothing more than ignorance and sheer stupidity.


Nigel Evans faces new rape allegations

Nigel Evans, Conservative MP and Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, who has been answering questions regarding alleged rape is now facing new allegations involving similar incidents.

Amnesty International: 13-year-old Somali girl raped by three men and stoned to death

Aisha Duhulowa was a 13-year-old girl who was gang raped and then sentenced to be stoned to death by a Sharia Court that accused her of fornication.

According to Amnesty International, nurses were sent to check whether she was still alive. When they found that the girl was still alive, the girl was put back in a hole so that the stoning could continue.

Saturday, 15 June 2013

Rational arguments rather than childish over-generalizations

Rational arguments rather than childish over-generalizations

Very often we hear people saying people who vote for the British National Party are this or people who vote for the British National Party are that and in then end such statements are nothing more than stereotypes and over-generalization.

We also need to take stock of those amongst us that are very much prone to stereotypes and over-generalization to the point of sounding not just silly but absolutely irrational.

If stereotypes and over generalization were the rule, not many people would vote for any political party. They support political parties because of economic policies, because of principles linked to ethics. Therefore, extreme views or irrational arguments are not the key for success.

The British National Party was born in 1982 – this means roughly over 40 years of existence – and has struggled with stereotypes and as long as we keep struggling with stereotypes there is not going to be any major political success.

I have a habit of listening to everybody and listening to everybody I have a clear idea of why certain political parties are successful and other political parties do not succeed. We are battling against stereotypes but we need to accept the fact that some amongst us behave in a way that justifies the existence of negative stereotypes.

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Labour MP for Rochdale: Labour's team is not authentic?

Simon Danczuk MP
Victor Meldrew’s line would be most appropriate - “I cannot believe it”- Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale, said that Ed Miliband’s team is not authentic. Speaking on BBC Radio 4, Mr Danczuk said that “Labour needs people like Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson who are able to communicate with voters.”

“In time gone by we have had people like David Blunkett, people like Alan Johnson, people like Alan Milburn, John Reid would be another example, John Prescott would be another example,” Mr Danczuk stated on BBC Radio 4’s The World at One programme.

Why Nationalism is kept away from Universities?

Why Nationalism is kept away from Universities?

There is a fundamental and powerful reason to keep Nationalism away from Universities and in particular away from students.  In the very same manner that Marxism infiltrated Universities, Nationalism could be sown in Tertiary Education that prepares members of the ruling elites.

This is why and all we hear about freedom and extremism is just a propaganda lie to stop Nationalism from rising to power and implementing policies that could bring back prosperity by getting rid of the system that firstly creates chaos and ultimately leads to a constant flow of social conflict and wars.

Sunday, 9 June 2013

Nationalism, Racism, Xenophobia, Homophobia, Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

Nationalism, Racism, Xenophobia, Homophobia, Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

I do believe that rather than walking away from certain issues we must confront them head on and have clear stances on every one of them. We are plagued by our own inconsistencies and lack of clarity. Official statements must clearly indicate what we stand for and our behaviour and attitudes must be at all times consistent with official statements.

In order to widen their appeal and attract more support, many nationalists have committed a mortal sin: they have failed to come to terms with their own views and their own attitudes. Rather than publicly stating what they truly believe they have hidden their beliefs acting very much like the political correct society that they constantly criticize.

Unfortunately, such strategy has been totally counter-productive and many decades after the formation of nationalist organisations, the said organisations have practically no role in British politics other than acting as marginal organisations and being used as scapegoats that are constantly demonised by other political organisations, social organisations and the mass media.

There are about 650 seats in the House of Commons and more than 20,000 council seats across the country and so called nationalist organisations have no representatives in the House of Commons and have no control of any local or regional authority. When we get second place in any election, the feat is celebrated as brilliant success but in fact it is no more than the confirmation that we have no power whatsoever because in order to implement any policies you must not only be represented. You must have a considerable number of seats to actually be able to deliver what we promise.

Friday, 7 June 2013

All six wanted rivers of blood on British soil

As Press Officer, I stated from the very beginning that I was going to put the facts on the table for everybody to see and the title of an article couldn’t be more explicit about the nature of those the politically correct elites classify as ‘enrichment’.
The stated that they hope to spark a war on the streets of Britain, that killing a group of people who oppose their acts of madness was not enough, that they wanted to commit mass murder by turning the country into mass graves.

Their names are: Jewel Uddin, Omar Mohammed Khan, Mohammed Hasseen, Anzal Hussain, Mohammed Saud and Zohab Ahmed.
They were armed with nail bombs, shotguns, swords and knives and one needs to ask the question if many like them are being trained in ‘Islamic Cultural Centres’ across the United Kingdom and subsidized with taxpayers’ money.

Tuesday, 4 June 2013

What is the point of having anti-Terror laws?

What is the point of having anti-Terror laws?

Under a Labour government, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith presented in the House of Commons some of the most draconian limitations of civil rights this country has ever known publicly known as Anti-Terror Legislation.

Anti-Terror Legislation including in fact the abolition of Habeas Corpus (the right to be told why you are arrested), of the right to have access to a Defence Attorney as soon as you are arrested and of the right your relatives and friends have to know that you have been arrested and to know where you are. Detention without trial for long periods of time was legitimised and the presumption of innocence was completely ignored.

Such attack on our civil rights was justified by the then Home Secretary Jacqui Smith and others because they said that such measures were needed to protect us from terrorist attacks and the legislation is being used by local authorities to spy on ordinary citizens for purposes that bear no relationship to terrorism.

What a paradox! Our civil rights were eroded to protect us from terrorist attacks and terrorists are free to go around preaching terrorism and violence.

Sunday, 2 June 2013

British National Party from John Tyndall to Nick Griffin

British National Party from John Tyndall to Nick Griffin

In 1980 due to discrepancies involving the way the National Front used to operate getting regulary involved in street confrontations, John Tyndall founded the New National Front and made a serious attempt to distance himself from what had been characterized as Neo-Nazism. It was an attempt to force a rethink within the National Front and on his magazine Spearhead, John Tyndall indicated that he hoped that the schism would be only temporary.

However, electoral disaster dictated political reality and in 1982 the New National Front became the British National Party with more moderate views that led John Tyndall to say in 1983 after the General Election that the party’s more moderate image had been sufficiently attractive to invite 3,000 enquiries from those willing to joining a political party that at the start had only 2,500 members. This moderate approach also led to policy changes and regarding immigration the party went from ‘mandatory repatriation’ to ‘voluntary repatriation’.

However, John Tyndall’s and in particular references to images depicting Nazi symbols haunted him for the remaining of his political career and by the end of 1998, the political party that had started with 2,500 members in 1982 had only 1,000 members. This led to a leadership election in which Tyndall had only 30% support and following which Nick Griffin became British National Party Leader. In his heyday, John Tyndall managed to obtain 35,832 votes in 1997 that were pale by comparison to the 563,743 votes obtained by Nick Griffin in 2010. In 2010, the party lost seats but saw support at national level grow from 192,746 votes in 2005 to 563,743 in 2010 and a record number of electoral deposits were saved.

A more moderate British National Party has had its political agenda imitated by other political parties like the United Kingdom Independence Party and forced other political parties to at least mention the issues presented by the British National Party in a much wider political debate.

Undoubtedly, the views across the party vary in terms of the strength of feelings regarding several issues but the main objectives are shared across the entire organisation across the country. The British political scene has been evolving. Membership of so called mainstream political parties like the Conservative Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party has been falling steadily and only last year, across Britain, more than 60 per cent of those entitled to vote did not vote in spite of all kinds of schemes including Postal Ballots that were designed to entice people to vote.

Undoubtedly, the origins of the British National Party and the constant campaign carried out by the mass media, political parties and parapolitical organisations to demonise the British National Party and its members has had an impact in terms of electoral results but, despite demonization, the British National Party has been proven right every step of the way forecasting developments that are now a reality.

Damian Thompson's Masterpiece

Damian Thompson
Damian Thompson’s article on the Daily Telegraph is certainly a masterpiece and the title is a journalistic gem: “There’s a problem with Islam, says Tony Blair. He should know. He helped create it.”

Damian Thompson comment that Tony Blair’s statement is as if Neville Chamberlain had revealed in 1940 that there was a problem with some of these German nationalists and had asked what was Mr Churchill going to do about it.

Some of the achievements of Tony Blair included promoting extremism by subsidizing some of the very Islamists whose influence needed to be contained.

Damian Thompson writes ‘for many years there has been a spectrum of Muslim belief in this country ranging from unobtrusive Islamic observance to terrorist totalitarianism.’ 

Political chances: Myth and Reality

Political chances: Myth and Reality

We know the amount of ink used to depict images of an impending catastrophe for the Conservative Party and the sudden rise to power of the UK Independence Party. The announcement of the death of the Conservative Party, like the announcement of the death of Mark Twain, might be highly premature.

There are about 650 seats in the House of Commons and there are about 433 principal authorities in the United Kingdom as a whole. How many of the said seats in the House of Commons and of the principal authorities would UKIP have to win in order to have a realistic chance of implementing its political programme?

We must ask the same question when we talk about the British National Party because this is a question that affects any political organisation wishing to enter 10 Downing Street and have a meaningful majority in the House of Commons to be able to implement policies.

If anybody actually believes that a small political organisation will be capable of dictating the terms of engagement in British politics the said person must be deluding himself or herself. Purely and simply, it cannot be done.

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