Several weeks ago, the Paddington and Westminster Times published an article (shown above) suggesting that an arson attack on a synagogue in Brent, might have been the work of the British National Party. A scurrilous suggestion indeed.
And that might have been the end of it, had it not been for a local British National Party member and activist, Giuseppe De Santis who took it upon himself to make a formal complaint to the editor. The result of which you see below.
It just goes to show what can be achieved with just a little effort and the will not to let the liars get away with it. Well done Giuseppe. Proud of you.
With regards to the Jewish person who made the allegation, perhaps he should read the following taken from the well known Jewish site Israpundit:
"In addition, a Google search on site:bnp.org.uk and “Jews” does not produce vicious anti-Semitic material, in contrast to searches on site:moveon.org and “Jews” (in 2006) and site:my.barackobama.com and “Jews” (2008). The searches on site:bnp.org.uk and “Jews” often turn up unequivocal condemnations of anti-Semitism instead, along with condemnations of Israel’s enemies that make Likudniks look like Kumbaya-singers. This at least opens the possibility of collaboration with the BNP against the common enemy of Civilization,"
and read the article from which the above was cut, entitled British National Party: Yesterday’s Enemy, Today’s Ally?
The Green Arrow blog is always looking for stories about Branch and Group activity. In fact it wants any stories, especially videos of local activity by the British National Party. Send them in please.