Tuesday, 1 September 2009

The penalty for the betrayal of your comrades

Here is a little track for all those living in the South of England

So that is it then? Matt Single takes the rap for his wife who was the real traitor and gets a paltry £300 fine for betraying 10,000 members of the British National Party by releasing the BNP membership list to the violent Claw Hammer Gang of the UAF.

But when he and that whore of a wife of his betrayed their former comrades, many of whose homes they had stayed at, they did not just betray 10,000 members. They put in danger the families of those members. Husbands, wives, children, grand children, grand parents. All those lives put at risk.

And how did this evil pair feel when they read of the physical attacks on the BNP members on the roll of honour? Did they jump for joy when hearing of acts of vandalism on former friends homes? And when BNP members lost their jobs did they smile at each other and say "That will teach them".

And that pathetic fine. There are women on benefits in jail for not paying their TV Licenses for Gods sake. This stinks to high heaven and the Establishment had better shred the papers now, because one day the truth will out.

And if you want "evidence" on just how rigged this sham trial was, then read this part of the summing up by Judge Stobart.
"It comes as no surprise to me that somebody to do with an organisation that prides itself on Britishness is in fact living off the British people on Job Seeker's Allowance ...."
Insulting wig bedecked piece of garbage. Go for it Judge, take one more lick at the Establishment arse and one more kick at the BNP. I am just surprised you did not give the pair of rats a community award. The three of you make me vomit.

Matt Single wearing a target rosette

The court also heard that the couple had fled to the south of England - the judge upheld an order preventing their new address being released.

In my opinion any persons whose name was on the Roll of Honour should sue this pair for any damages to property they suffered as a result of attacks by the UAF.