Race Gestapo Lose Bid to Kill British National Party
The state-funded race Gestapo, known by its official name as the Equalities and Human Rights Commission (ECHR), has been defeated in its bid to kill the British National Party.
A ruling in the Royal Courts of Justice this morning found against the ECHR which had launched a new action to have party leader Nick Griffin MEP declared in contempt of court.
The British National Party had already complied with an earlier court order to change its membership rules and the ECHR then brought another application claiming that Mr Griffin had not followed the court’s ruling and was therefore in contempt.
The ECHR initially sought to imprison Mr Griffin and seize party assets. This morning’s ruling squashed all of that and found that the party leader was not in contempt of court either.
“This is a great day for the British National Party,” Mr Griffin said.
“We have won a spectacular David and Goliath victory for freedom. This is the fourth time that the politically correct state has tried to jail me, and it is the fourth time that it has blown up in their anti-British faces.
“While the political elite get paid for telling lies, they try to bankrupt and imprison us for telling the truth. Against all the odds, we won again,” Mr Griffin said.
“The High Court has confirmed that the British National Party has acted within the law.
“We are a legal and legitimate political part y which is entitled to organise and campaign for the fair treatment and equality of the British people,” he continued.
“We welcome good people of all races who are willing to help us win fair play and freedom for the English, the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish.
“Most important of all, this case forced the ECHR to acknowledge the existence of the native people of our islands as a distinct ethnic group, with the result that all members of that group are at last entitled to the full protection of anti discrimination laws.
“The English people especially are now no longer a non-people in their own country,” Mr Griffin said.
“It was worth going into debt and risking prison to secure this principle.
“But we are not going to prison. We have won.
“So we are going home to celebrate giving the British people an early Christmas present: freedom, equality and the right to be ourselves.”
* The British National Party will be seeking a full costs order against the ECHR for this vexatious action, Mr Griffin added.