Monday, 21 April 2008

Nick Griffin - Barnsley 16 April 2008

Brilliant. Just brilliant.

Dont forget the BNP party election broadcast will be screened, peak time, on BBC1 on April 21 at the BBC1 18:55.

The BNP will be hosting the Election Broadcast on their website at 7pm GMT tonight for all our brethren across the sees that don't watch the Britain Broacasting Bolshevism (BBC).

21 April 2008 13:49


Anonymous said...

Agreed GA, wonderful to watch that.

Great to have you back, hope you're fully recovered and raring to go!


The Green Arrow said...

Thank you Reconquista. I am waiting to see a specialist. I updated the illness post but basically I am on reduced output for a short while:(

Anonymous said...

Dont forget the BNP party election broadcast will be screened, peak time, on BBC1 on April 21 at the BBC1 18:55.

Good luck to all the BNP candidates.

Anonymous said...

Pleased to see you back in harness, but don't gallop, just a trot.
I always knew you would recover, it could not be otherwise with all those thousands of Christian Prayers.
Will be tuned to the BBC.
thank you GA.
Inns Trapp

Anonymous said...

No problem GA, you rest up and get yourself sorted and I look forward to "normal service being resumed" as soon as you're fully recovered.

Get well soon mate.


Fyrdist said...

The BNP will be hosting the Election Broadcast on their website at 7pm GMT tonight for all our brethren across the sees that don't watch the Britain Broacasting Bolshevism (BBC).

Anonymous said...

Now as if to prove he who pays the piper calls the tune...

Flanders Fields said...

I hope you are doing better, GA. You have a lot of good people wishing the best for you. Good luck to you.

Baldie aka YL said...

Good to have you back GA best wishes mate .

Anonymous said...

Missed your postings hope your pain is easing off now!! YL. xx
Great to hear and see the BNP BROADCAST LAST NIGHT!
Bet that half killed the BBC having to be forced by rules to give the BNP airtime.

Anonymous said...


Posted by The Opinionator at 21 Apr 2008, 2:20 PM and is filed under Islam in UK

The below story is supposedly verified. If indeed true - muslims skycaps at Heathrow Airport refusing to touch luggage from Israel - then it must be immediately stopped. One would think that surely the Heathrow authorities must be unaware of this hostile behavior - but then again do we really think they would have the "chutzpah" to stop it?

This is where the continual stream of pandering to muslims has brought the UK.

A travel boycott of Great Britain is suggested, in the below article, and could prove economically disatrous if it gains popularity - but can we blame them?


Cargo Apartheid: UK Muslim Airport Porters Refuse to Handle Israeli Luggage

By Debbie Schlussel

This outrageous story from e-mailer Beryl Dean has been verified and is absolutely true:

My friend Miriam Bedein traveled to Britain early in April. She arrived on British Air from Israel, and as she arrived at the baggage claim, she observed that there were no porters at the site.
She asked what was happening of the gentleman who was taking her to the baggage carousel, and he said "Ooh, the porters are Muslim and they will not handle any luggage coming from Israel" (In Britain, the porters take the luggage off the carousels and take them to your cab, etc.) While it was not his job, the gentleman was kind enough to get her luggage for her.

London's Heathrow Airport & Islam: Best to Avoid Both
She is writing British Air about this incident, asking why they tolerate, and what they are doing about, this unacceptable situation.
Perhaps you also will write to British Air:

And to Heathrow Airport.

EL-AL probably gets the same treatment. Write to them as well.

I urge my readers to write, particularly to British Air and Heathrow Ariport. But I have another solution, as well:


It's essentially a Muslim Nation--Dar Al-Islam. Let them have halal bangers and mash all they want, but not our dollars. This situation is in place, because--as with all things--the Brits kowtow to Islam and have allowed this intolerable behavior.

**** UPDATE, 04/18/08: I looked into this some more and just got off the phone with Miriam Bedein's friend, lawyer Beryl Dean. It's absolutely correct. They don't call them "porters" in Britain, they call them "skycaps," and they are pre-arranged, not waiting around the luggage carousel. Moreover, Miriam Bedein is in a wheelchair, and it was pre-arranged that a skycap come to wheel her from the plane to the luggage and then to help port her luggage. However, they refused to show up because her flight and luggage were from Israel. And that IS the policy of Brit Muslim skycaps.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

GA: here's one for the Erichment News.

Sir Henry Morgan said...

And here's the Party election broadcast

Wolfblood said...

Get well soon comrade.
We're all thinking of you and yours.

Bert Rustle said...

I made the following complaint to the BBC, around 06:30 am April 23rd, regarding their London Election Broadcasts page:

On the web page it states that: "Watch all the party election broadcasts in the campaign for London Mayor and the GLA. This page will be updated each weekday evening until 29 April. " The BNP broadcast of April 21st has not appeared, yet THE LEFT LIST- 22 APRIL has. Why?

I will post their response. What odds that this complaint will not be resolved before May 1st?

There does not appear to be a news item on which to post this comment on the BNP website.

The BBC page on which the complaint was issued was
BBC Complaints.

Anonymous said...


4. USA-EU: THE US IS PLACING UNDER SURVEILLANCE E-MAILS, PHONE-CALLS and INTERNET USAGE and TRANSACTIONS OF EUROPEANS:: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Letter to the President of the EU Article 29 Data Protection Working Party: The letter, from Barry Steinhardt, Director of ACLU's Technology and Liberty Program, says that US agencies, through agreements with EU service providers which allow data and content to "pass through" the USA, is conducting extrajudicial surveillance of Europeans. - "Internet transactions and email between Europeans is increasingly sent through servers in the U.S." - "In many ways this situation is similar to the SWIFT case: transactions between two individuals in Europe may well transit through U.S. telecommunications companies and as a result will be made accessible to the U.S. government." - "This activity involves no oversight or legal protections for non-U.S. persons. As a result, the communications of European citizens are completely vulnerable to abuse." - "We believe that this situation clearly violates European legal requirements for the fair and lawful processing of personal information."

Anonymous said...

How the French treat moslem criminals that ran from the police then caused riots across France in 05 not the 06 or 07 riots...
This is the country MPs want us to have closer ties to...........


You run from police...You accidentally get electrocuted while hiding from police at an electrical substation...You get a monument built in your honor!

A breathtaking apex of French dhimmitude. No wonder the French "youths" are growing bolder and more assertive: they see that the French have no will to resist whatsoever, and reward those who engage in criminal activity. "Peace Gesture: French Unveil Monument to Boys Who Fled Police," from Gateway Pundit, with thanks to LGF:

You run from police... You accidentally get electrocuted while hiding from police at an electrical substation... You get a monument built in your honor!

A monument is unveiled to honor Zyed Benna and Bouna Traore who died on Oct. 27, 2005 by accidental electrocution while fleeing a police identification check.

A silent march ended in a mostly immigrant Paris suburb on Friday where French officials unveiled a monument to two youths who died while fleeing from police:

Relatives and friends of two French teenagers who were electrocuted as they fled from police a year ago have gathered in Clichy-sous-Bois near Paris. A plaque was unveiled in front of their school, and a wreath-laying ceremony was held at the power sub-station where the teenagers tried to hide.
The deaths of Zyed Benna and Bouna Traore sparked three weeks of violent riots in France's poor suburbs as the young and unemployed vented their anger over what they saw as lack of opportunity and racial discrimination. The crowd gathered in silent prayer wearing t-shirts with the slogan "Dead for nothing".

They also laid wreaths at the electrical sub-station.