Friday, 21 November 2008

Police investigate internet hate campaign

Nick Griffin. Leading from the front.

Nice to to see the Police have their priorities right. In the first instance they are investigating an internet "hate" campaign against blog sites that they say have breached a court order by identifying the sick killer of 17 month old Baby P.
"We are aware of this and we are monitoring and liaising with internet providers and making sure they are aware of contempt issues and reporting restrictions in this case," a spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said.
Pity the brave sites that published the names of the mother had also not named the Police Officers who by their inactions must also take responsibility of the poor child's death.

In the second case, the political police, acting on orders from their political masters, they shamefully "detained" four British Patriots of the British National Party in Gestapo-like "dawn raids" where they were interviewed under caution and held for many hours.

And what was the resistance fighters crime? They distributed leaflets that revealed the "open secret" that linked Moslem gangs to the heroin trade. This despite the fact that the Crown Prosecution Service had already ruled in a previous hearing that the leaflets were legal.

So why did they do it? Well two reasons, the first to try and intimidate the British National Party's activists into standing down and refrain from distributing the truth to the still sleeping people of Our sad Country. The second because they were put under pressure from the Muslim Police Association. These days when the turnips say jump the Dhimmi Police stop only to ask "how high?".

Meanwhile the police continue to use the edited and stolen membership list of BNP members and supporters to launch witch hunts against people for thought crime, instead of investigating those who stole it and the people who have used it to try and frighten (in some cases with success) the decent patriotic people whose names are on this Role of Honour. Mine included, I am proud to say with "Activist" alongside my details. Keep the calls coming guys. It is your phone bill and I can talk all night.

The battle for Our Country is now truly underway. The establishments pathetic attempt at intimidating the sons and daughters of British Lions has backfired spectacularly and woken millions of sleeping True Brits as to how they are having their country and their children's future stolen from them.

As Nick Griffin said at the rapid demonstration organised outside the Police Station where our brave activists were being questioned. We are a "Band of Brothers" and will not be intimidated.

We few, we happy few, we band of brothers. For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition. And gentlemen in England now abed Shall think themselves accursed they were not here.


Anonymous said...


"The average person in the Arab world reads no more than four pages a year, the Syrian newspaper Tishreen said on Tuesday, referring to a UN survey.

The survey said Americans read an average of 11 books a year, while the average Briton gets through eight books.

Conclusions made by the Arab Thought Foundation, which reports on cultural development in Arab countries, are also far from inspiring. Calculations showed that the number of readers in the Arab world was no higher than 4% of readers in Britain.

Khalid Al Faisal, the president of the foundation, said just above 8% of people in Arab countries aspired to get an education, against 91% in South Korea and 72% in Australia.

The survey testifies to the scarcity of book printing in Arab countries, with one new title published each year for every 12,000 people, against one per 500 in Britain and one per 900 in Germany."

defender said...

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the English began to hate

They were not easily moved,
They were icy willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the English began to hate.

Their voices were even and low,
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show,
When the English began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd,
It was not taught by the State.
No man spoke it aloud,
When the English began to hate.

It was not suddenly bred,
It will not swiftly abate,
Through the chill years ahead,
When shall count from the date
That the English began to hate.

Anonymous said...

Head over to the BNP main site and fill your heart with pride when you read....

Colin Goodgroves, online subscriptions and membership manager, reports that he is taking twice the normal number of membership applications and donations than in any normal high peak day.

Thank you list leakers!!


AbertaweBNP said...

GA, What an HONEST and POWERFUL statement that is

" We few, we happy few, we band of brothers. For he today that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition. And gentlemen in England now abed Shall think themselves accursed they were not here.

Proud to be BNP

watling said...

Today I sent off my BNP membership upgrade cheque.

Anonymous said...

My dear friend Cat was on the list, Helena and I weren't, can I stand the constant crowing down the mothers/toddlers group?
I hope I'm on the next one, I'm medical, pretty high profile (catch me Searchies LOL)
and treat all people the same (ie I dont drive trucks full of diesel into airports but I do save lives regardless of race or religion AND support the BNP?)
What am I, Searchies and journo's?
I save the BNP... but DON'T drive four wheel drives loaded with bombs/fuel on fire into airports?
Green Arrow you are a diamond,
love Felicity K xxx

Anonymous said...

About ten years ago I tried to befriend a "mother at risk" with three ones under 5 yrs old.
I also was a single parent with 3 young children slightly older.
This woman was clearly in need of help.
At thirty years of age she couln't read or write had three boys in quick succession and had a violent/absent partner.
Social Services in Glasgow housed her in our flats (multi storey) recently refurbished in C*****
Before long she was borrowing, nappies, sugar, bread, baby formula, eventually the buggy)
I gave her these things as a fellow human being and future BNP supporter
(yes, we are human too,and though she was white I'd have helped her anyway no matter her hue)

One night I heard the most awful violence as she screamed and raged and howled and something was hurled around the room crying.

I was terrified.
I too was alone with children but I feared the monster Social Services had hid her from in our flats had found her.
I left my OWN children sleeping peacefully and went down two floors to help her.

It was HER abusing her own toddlers.
Sick to the stomach I went to call SS in Glasgow. I got the Night Shift, surely experienced Child Protecters?
I was insulted and patronised, why didn't I assist/befriend this womam?
Why wasn't I a "Sister" instead of yet one more "judgemental" Right Winger? The boed sighs were more awful than outright calling me a Nazi for daring to care about toddlers at risk from a violent and sub standard intelligence mother.
I was clean/part time job/kids cared for by mum and mum in law...a snob in other words.

I had to tell this out of touch and sinister "Sister" in my flats that if I ever heard her do that to those little boys again I'd take it out of her jaw....(snob that I am)
and so would the rest of the mums/dads in blue collar jobs who lived up that Glasgow tenement.

SS in Glasgow moved her after that, too many Right Wing dockers/shop workers/single parents on benefits I suppose who think toddlers should be free of violence.

Catherine C
ps. In case Glasgow Social Work Dept give you grief over this Green Arrow, I am sending you the address date/time and name of the woman housed at this temporary "safe house"for her..not her kids.
, and the phone number I used to report her, using my own name of course
I welcome their enquiries, I was on no list then, but am now.
Incidentally, I'm in touch still with those old neighbours who well remember "C", and her cruelty towards those boys because she was uneducated and couldn't cope. Most of her "judgemental" neighbours still live at the same address though many have managed to buy their way out through hard work in factories/call centres and Tesco.
All remember "C" and they are on my Christmas card list.
Bring it on.

Anonymous said...

How do we upgrade our membership?

Anonymous said...

My neighbour in the next village said you're on that list.
Yes I said wearily expecting the worst.
Lets go drink he said hugging me.
I'm 67 yrs old he's 40. What you think I said? Hee Hee kidding but very nice family.

Darrin Hodges said...

It's sad that the authorities didn't pay the same attention to Baby P in life as they do in death. I sincerely hope this horrific affair causes change to the system.