Sunday, 7 December 2008

Punch drunk police and the BNP

Peter Mailer

The British National Party has landed a couple of cracking blows against the mad marxist establishment over the last couple of weeks.

I particularly liked the news of the British Army confirming that BNP membership was completely acceptable;
“Members of the Regular Army can belong to any political party, including the British National Party, and may attend political meetings so long as uniform is not worn, service duties are not impeded and their actions do not bring the service into disrepute.
I should imagine that a British National Party member would make a fine serviceman. By joining the only patriotic party in Our Country he has already shown his commitment to his country.

Personally though I would not recommend any young man to join the Army. Why risk causing grief to your family in fighting an illegal war and dieing for the likes of Gordon Brown and the dirt bag Blair?

If you want to fight for your country then be a BNP activist.

Well that is the Army sorted. Next stop the Police. They will be shown the error of their ways in persecuting serving police officers for their political views and they will pay dearly with their pensions. No wonder they are against direct elections to Police Authorities.

But the war is not over by a long chalk. The vindictive vipers of the establishment still strike spitefully back.

Take a look at this article here about the disgusting treatment meted out to British National Party supporter and publican Peter Mailer, who was arrested for displaying newspaper cuttings, political cartoons and other items on his bar-room walls.

In the three years that Mr Mailer has been running the Black Bull Hotel in Northumberland, thousands of visitor had viewed the items on display without comment.

That was until an off-duty senior police officer from Nottinghamshire called in with some friends(do they have any?) on Friday evening.
Mr Mailer said: "This chap was in with a friend and their respective wives for a drink, and I had a chat with them. It was their first time in Northumberland.

"There was absolutely nothing said about the so-called racist items on my wall. About 90 per cent of them were clippings taken directly from national newspapers.

"On Tuesday two Northumbria officers turned up and arrested me, took everything off the walls and I had to go to the station to give a taped interview."

He added: "It seems that this senior officer had to justify his fat salary by rocking the boat in a sleepy little village hundreds of miles away from where he lives.

"I've had this pub three years, it's full of regulars of all political persuasions who don't have an issue with what I put on my walls."

Asked about his political views, Mr Mailer said: "I don't hide the fact that I am a supporter of the BNP, but I don't force it down peoples' throats.
By Tuesday, the tosser police officer had made a formal complaint and the polipolice turned up and arrested Peter and confiscated his display and the matter is now in the hands of the discredited CPS.

It will be interesting now, to see what the Crown Prosecution Service does next. Will they charge him and make him a martyr to the cause or will they cave in the way they caved in over Peter Hain?

Either way it is a win win situation for the British National Party.

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

More good evidence of the Stasi style of policing under Nu Zanu Labour.What did this brave man say to ladies over his pint and Shepherds Pie, "Watch this girls, I'm going to run off home and report this guy"
how macho, how nu Zanu Labour.
I draw your attention to this interesting little snippet from Socialist Unity, particularly the first introductory post where the "Big Guns" of the Union and Labour and Searchlight plan to disrupt the BNP's Euro ambitions.
They are seriously rattled and plan to pull out all the stops.

http://www.socialistunity.com/?p=3146

Anonymous said...

Strange how we are an "insignificant bunch of grannies and old soldiers" in one post but such a threat in others?
I cant believe the venom directed at decent hard working people who only want to make our country safe again.
The fact that the supposedly impartial Police service is waging war on our members on behalf of the government is very frightening.
I live with the thought of the four in the morning door knock.
This is what it must have felt like in Soviet Russia under Stalin.

Anonymous said...

What a silly overpaid man this police/social worker is.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to elect our senior officers like the Sherriff's Dept. in the USA?
Only those fit for purpose may bother applying.

Frankie

Peter said...

One of the Liverpool 13 had a picture taken and confiscated off the wall in the house, of the family with Nick Griffin when the officers were ransacking it.

The police upon entering the property must have thought the crime of "BNP association" must have been as bad as standing next to Osama Bin Laden. Pathetic!

I hope this fella gets his clippings back to stick on the pub wall.

Colonel Wilberforce Buckshot said...

Maybe it's just the circles I move in but I actually know more members/supporters of the BNP who are or were members of the armed forces than I do in civvy street hereabouts.

Perhaps this is another reason the government is so eager to send our serviceman and women off to get killed in futile conflicts. The armed forces are by their very nature the most staunch bastions of patriotism. It is their very purpose.

Pip pip

shaven-headed tattooed knuckledragging stereotype said...

Why doesn't this senior Nottingham police officer try putting his own house in order? Nottingham police are the worst performing force in the country, and that's up against some pretty stiff competition from the likes of West Midlands and Merseyside http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article1134597.ece

It would be interesting, educational and informative if, once the clippings are returned to their rightful owner, they could be scanned and posted online, so that the whole world may see what the fuss was about.

Like The Roman said...

"The whole power of the aggressor depends upon preventing people from seeing what is happening and from saying what they see."

scouse said...

What a absulout dullard the off-duty police officer must have been maybe in the future we can show this officer how trivial and petty we can be.

Anonymous said...

I would just like to say, my theory on the behaviour of this 'senior' policeman was he was just showing off to his friends..........Infantile twit!

Anonymous said...

I bet there swingers who are bored,looking for new excitment in there boring lives.

Anonymous said...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1092841/Policewoman-worked-100-hour-prostitute-faces-court.html

Anonymous said...

What an excellent book.

"And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say goodbye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling in terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand. The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin's thirst; the cursed machine would have ground to a halt!"
-- Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago

shaven-headed tattooed knuckledragger said...

First they came for the porcelain pigs, and I did not speak up because I have pot dogs on my mantelpiece.

Then they came for the Christmas decorations, and I did not speak up because it was past 12th night and I had already taken mine down.

Next they came for the golliwogs, and I did not speak up because I go to bed with a teddy bear.

Then they came for the newspaper cuttings, and I did not speak up because I don't buy their stupid rags.

Finally they came for the dictionaries, and I could not speak up because I didn't have the vocabulary.