Tuesday, 5 October 2010
Shrewsbury BNP's latest meeting on Monday 4th October, saw Shropshire's Councillor, Phil Reddall address an enthusiastic gathering of members drawn from right across the county of Shropshire. As well as speaking about his new a role, Councillor Reddall did the honour of presenting awards to two North Shropshire members - the dynamic mother and daughter duo, Margret Clarke and Jayne Hill.
To rapturous applause, long serving member Margret received her award for her outstanding loyal commitment to the party, whilst Jayne received her award for North Shropshire activist of the year.
Councillor Reddall then introduced rising BNP star James Whittall who enthralled the audience with a blistering speech that weaved together an inspirational chapter from Britain's medieval past with the political struggle that today's patriots are presently engaged in. Mr Whittall really struck a chord with the audience when he criticized the ConDem government's appeasement of Islam, it's insane commitment to the futile war in Afghanistan and wasteful foreign aid.
Also present were Telford organiser Phil Spencer and Shrewsbury organiser Karl Foulkes who later discussed with members, forthcoming activism - including the ongoing the "Bring our boys home" campaign being rolled out across the county. The rest of the night was taken up with socialising with a drink and friendly chat - as well tucking in to a delicious buffet prepared by the local BNP ladies.
Everyone agreed it was an extremely positive and productive evening