Thursday, 29 March 2007

A real Posse patrols the town


If anybody doubts the sincerity of the British National Party and their commitment to helping and serving in their communities, then they must go and read this article now.

POLICE fear a decison by the British National Party to put patrols on the streets of Calne will add to the town's problem with yobs.

The BNP claims it will have patrols working by the end of the week and they will help to stamp out problems with gangs and attacks.

But Inspector Gavin Williams of Calne Police Station said "What people don't realise is that we will have to police the patrols to make sure nothing untoward is happening.

"This will distract us from other jobs meaning we won't be able to do what we should be getting on with."

The BNP move comes two weeks after town councillor Dave Bland was injured when teenagers got out of control and just over a week after a 35-year-old man was beaten with a hammer while his girlfriend was held at gunpoint during the violent robbery at the home in The Green.

The 20-year-old female occupant of the flat was pinned to the floor by one of the men while her boyfriend was repeatedly hit around the head and arms with the hammer.

But I do not want to make any comments on the article. I would just like you to read the comments beneath the article made by the local people about the issues raised.

Go read and take heart and then you will understand why people are flocking to the British National Party.

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3 comments:

Meg said...

Where is he going to find these extra officers to keep tabs on the BNP?
Why couldn't he have used them to fight crime in the first place?
How many diversity awareness officers are away learnng Polish or Urdhu at this moment in time?
So many questions.
Meanwhile the people of Cayne can sleep easy knowing at least the BNP cares.

Brian said...

The link you provided shows the strength of feeling in favour of this project. The BNP are the only party seen to be doing more than hand wringing and sympathising. If they get results like this OUT of office imagine what they could do within a month of having a mandate from the people?

Anonymous said...

My local council were refusing to clean up an area of land owned by themselves.
This went on for months, but when i mentioned contacting the newly opened bnp office for their help guess what?
Yes, it was cleaned up in double quick time, this lot have had things too easy for far too long!