Thursday, 12 April 2007

BNP candidate cleared over police signature


A BRITISH National Party candidate arrested on suspicion of forging a police officer’s signature on his election nomination form will face no charges.

Dallus Weaver, 41, was arrested after the signature of a serving North Wales Police officer was noticed on paperwork for a by-election to Flintshire County Council.
Mr Weaver, who did not win the Penyffordd seat, was arrested and questioned last week.

North Wales Police confirmed today that Mr Weaver, of Mold, Flintshire, will not be charged with any offence. The police officer whose name appeared on the form remains under internal investigation by the force, but has not been suspended from duty.

Now obviously I am pleased that Mr Weaver was not charged but what concerns me here is the future of the police officer whose name appeared on the form.

We already know that the Tri-Axis of Evil Gestapo have banned decent, hard working police officers from being members of the British National Party. Are they saying now that it is illegal to nominate a B.N.P. member to be an election candidate? What next? Someone standing over the police officer when he votes?

Only the British National Party will let the real Police do the job they yearn to do and dispatch their politically correct superiours off to to McDonald's to provide a more useful service to the public.

4 comments:

Anti-gag said...

Green arrow said:
What next? Someone standing over the police officer when he votes?

Anti-gag says:

No! I’ll tell you what will be next, special voting papers issued to; police & prison officers, fire-fighters, teachers, civil servants etc, which do not have the British National Party’s candidate’s name on.

But why should their ballot paper have BNP candidates name on anyway? These people have been told who they can and can’t vote for, by the government, so why do they need to have our candidates name on their ballot paper anyway.

People should learn to vote the way the state tells them to! If people keep abusing the democratic system (by not voting the way their told) I think the government will have to consider restricting democracy to people who are not going to abuse the system by deliberately voting against the governments wishes.

After all, democracy is a gift from our poetical masters, not a right our people struggled for over a the last thousand years.

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Fight to your last breath!

Anti-gag said...

Hay!

Word has changed the word 'political' to 'poetical' in my above comment.

Must be government trained software.

English Rose said...

I love the Muslim bathing suit lol almost inspires you to turn Muslim...
I popped over because you was saying something about Muslim parents being proud of their drug dealer children, have you got the link because I was looking for it.
I have a link to the hassan Butt video where he tells about recruiting suicide bombers for Jihad and he mentions that they say to Muslim drug dealers that if they give 20% of the money then the money becomes pure!

Anonymous said...

MAKE APRIL A 29 DAY MONTH! REMOVE THE OFFENSIVE 23RD FROM THE CALENDAR!

In the interests of community cohesion it is necessary to remove the grossly Islamophobic 23rd day from the month of April. NuLabor has decreed that at midnight on the 22nd, the calendar will seemlessly move forward to the 24th.

From http://www.jihadwatch.org/dhimmiwatch/archives/011163.php

April (>22 <24) is the feast day of St. George the Great Martyr (martyr, that is, in the Christian sense: St. George didn't murder anyone to win his martyr's crown). But the dhimmi Chris Doyle would like to see to it that it's the last one he celebrates. "St George comes under fire," from the BBC, with thanks to all who sent this in:

Over the centuries, George and his red cross have become associated with many causes - some admirable, others not.
In legend, he was the figurehead of King Arthur's knights.

Edward III chose him as patron when he founded the Knights of the Garter in 1348.


St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle was built as the order's spiritual home.

The red cross has been used on the flags of The Royal Navy and the Church of England - and on the official seal of Lyme Regis.

...

Crucially, it was also the emblem of the Crusades against the Islam.

Richard the Lionheart wore it, and legend tells how St George appeared to his knights during the siege of Antioch, inspiring them to victory.

Centuries have passed since, but the Crusades are still a cause of resentment among some muslims.


Chris Doyle, of the Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding, says the red cross is an insensitive reminder of the Crusades.

He said: "It is offensive to Arabs and muslims, including many from non-Arab countries.

"They see the Crusades as Christendom launching a brutal holy war against Islam.


THERFORE, ANYONE SUSPECTED OF CELEBRATING THE FEAST OF ST. G***** OR DISPLAYING A RED C**** WILL BE ARRESTED FOR CULTURAL INSENSITIVITY, WHICH CARRIES A MANDATORY LIFE SENTENCE.