"Too often today, people are ready to tell us,
'this is not possible; that is not possible'.
I say, whatever the true interest of our country calls for, is always possible!"

- Enoch Powell.

Tuesday, 31 May 2011

No To Methadone - Yes To Hard Recovery

A short time ago in the north Shropshire town of Market Drayton, a young addict died from an overdose. He was on the methadone programme.

For those who do not know, methadone is used to 'treat' heroin addicts. However, methadone does not cure an addict of his addiction - it merely fills the gap.

Addicts 'cut' their methadone with all manner of harmful substances in order to make it last longer.

Addicts are often abusive to the staff in chemists and frighten regular customers.

Addicts who run out of methadone go back to their dealers for more heroine because methadone does not cure the addict. They steal to fund their un-cured addiction.

The 'soft-on-drugs' mainstream politicians and their left wing views are completely failing our communities and they are not helping the drug addicts either.

Crime and anti-social behaviour are becomming unbearable for the ordinary law abiding citizens in our communities because our politicians are completely unable and unwilling to fix this nation's ills.

In the video below, our friend Mike Coleman from Stoke explains the situation in Meir, which is a stone's throw away from north Shropshire and could indeed represent any number of estates across our country today.

Drug dealers should face the death penalty, and our politicians should be tried for the crime of utterly failing out communities.

Drug addicts should not be pampered with methadone - they should be locked up and put through a 'cold turkey' programme, then be parolled and face weekly drug tests.

Friday, 20 May 2011

An Active Branch

Your local Shropshire branch of the British National Party has organisers in Telford, South Shropshire, North Shropshire and Shrewsbury. We have all areas covered and the time is perfect for new enquiriers to find out just who we are and what we have planned.

We're busy right now holding meetings, raising essential funds and organising social activities from camping right through to black tie dinners.

Our members and activists are men and women of all ages from varied backgrounds, including families and single people who share one thing in common - a love of our country.

We're not without political representation either, as we gained our first council seat last year in the beautiful North Shropshire village of Cheswardine.

So fill in our enquiry form to the right of this webpage for a free no obligation information pack, and do it today.

We can make two firm promises to you - firstly, we're never giving in and secondly, you will be totally shocked just how different we are to how the media portray us.

Whether you want a social outlet amongst good, honest people or whether you want to help us fight elections, the choice is up to you!

Make your own mind up about the British National Party - don't let the traitors in Westminster or the media do your thinking for you.

Make a stand today before it is too late.

Monday, 16 May 2011

Local Sex Gangs Due In Court

Nine Shropshire men are due in court over child sex offences.

Shropshire British National Party have been campaigning against the exploitation of our young girls by mainly Muslim gangs which centre around the Wellington area.

Nine men from Shropshire were due to appear in court today charged in connection with alleged sexual offences and child prostitution relating to seven girls, one aged 13.

The offences are alleged to have taken place between 2007 and 2009. The men, who are all from Telford, were due to stand trial at Stafford Crown Court after denying a total of 49 charges between them.

Ahdel Ali, 23, of Regent Street, Wellington is charged with raping a child aged 13, sexual activity with a child, trafficking for sexual exploitation, facilitating child prostitution, and causing or inciting child prostitution, among other charges. Mubarek Ali, 28, of Regent Street, is charged with trafficking for sexual exploitation and sexual activity with a child, among other charges.

Tanveer Ahmed, 39, of Urban Gardens, Wellington, is charged with sexual activity with a child and controlling a child prostitute, among other charges Marhoof Khan, 33, of Caradoc Flats, Wellington, is charged with sexual activity with a child, among other charges. Mohammed Ali Sultan, 24, of Victoria Avenue, Wellington, is charged with controlling child prostitution and sexual activity with a child and rape.

Mohammed Islam Choudhrey, 52, of Solway Drive, Sutton Hill, Noshad Hussain, 21, of Regent Street, Abdul Rouf, 34, and Mohammed Younis, 59, both of Kingsland, Arleston, also face charges.

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Justice for Osama

Behavioural Economics - A Sinister Plot

On 3 January 2011, the Independent newspaper revealed that David Cameron had set up a Cabinet Office Behavioural Insight Team. Formed in July last year, the secretive cell is tasked to "dream up psychological tricks to alter our behaviour" - and on a massive scale.

The Independent article warned how the public is to be reframed or “nudged” into politically acceptable "Social Norms"; starting with healthy eating, voluntary work and tax gathering. While this may seem innocent to some people, these early ‘soft’ targets are already being greatly expanded to include wider central government ideological and political agendas, including Cameron's socialist straitjacket of the Big Society. Elite multi-millionaire Socialist and Tory Chancellor George Osborne has already signed up to Behavioural Economics - another form of mental reframing of individuals and groups, specifically to achieve political economic objectives. Their theory and intent is, that once mentally retrained, we “willingly rush to pay excessive taxes”.

Do the words 'Behavioural Economics' ring alarm bells? They should, because although this post refers to a relatively recent article, the British public have been subject to social conditioning for years.

The British people distrust mainstream politicians. Walk into any pub and you will hear some very strong language when the subject of Blair, Brown, Clegg or Cameron comes up. Yet people still vote them into power.

Actually, only a very small percentage of the population votes these people into power. In the Woodside election, for example, the total turnout of those registered to vote was only about 25%.

The British National Party wants to empower the British people, but mainstream politicians don't want our people to be empowered.

The British people must decide who controls their thoughts.

Saturday, 7 May 2011

Woodside Election Results

Phil Spencer would like to thank those awakened individuals who voted for him in the recent Woodside election.

Woodside is an area which comprises a large number of people who have been utterly let down by the political Establishment. Most of those people do not trust politicians of any kind, and most of them did not turn out to vote.

It is an uphill task re-empowering our people with confidence and self-belief after years of betrayal by the mainstream parties, who have allowed immigrants to take away jobs, drugs to be freely avaliable and paedophiles and other criminals to be treated with kid gloves.

Once our people had the confidence to achieve anything, but today our people are broken. However we WILL give them back their self-belief and with the help of the British National Party our people WILL get to determine their own future once again.

Shropshire British National Party would like to remind readers that the modern BNP is still young, and that it takes time and hard work to achieve goals.

We must also thank our activists, and remind everyone that we are never giving in and never giving up on our children's future.

Join us and help us. Don't roll over and give in.

Woodside Results

Turnout for the election was (approximately) 25%

Candidate name Party Votes Elected?

Raemonde Catherine Labour Party 635 Yes

Grant Nathen Lence Conservative Party 373 No

Kevin Ronald Labour Party 564 Yes

Christopher Owen Ernest Conservative Party 377 No

Philip William British National Party 145 No

Thursday, 5 May 2011

Seventy-six polling stations across Telford & Wrekin were opened at 7am today for the borough elections.

Voting is also taking place for town and parish councils within the borough.

The local elections are being held on the same day as the referendum on changing the country’s voting system from first past the post to the Alternative Vote, or AV.

Across the border, Welsh Assembly elections are also bering held today.

Polling closes at 10pm.

The results for the borough elections are expected by around 4am tomorrow.

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

On The Eve Of Battle

The Battle For Woodside is set to commence within hours as our brave candidate Phil Spencer takes on the Tories and Labour in a ward where local councillors are, according to numerous reports by locals, "Never seen".

Should our British National Party candidate be elected, you can be sure he will be busy helping residents week in, week out in Woodside.

In the area governed by Shropshire County Council the polls will be open for the AV Referendum, where BNP supporers are urged to vote 'NO' to AV:

Nick Griffin and the British National Party have a clear, strong message for you: "Turn out and vote in large numbers to bury AV on May 5."

Under AV, voters would be able to rank candidates in order of preference. If a candidate receives a majority of first-preference votes, then they are elected.

If no candidate gains a majority on first-preference votes, then the second-preference votes of the candidate who finished last in the first count are redistributed.

This process is repeated until someone gets over half the votes.

AV will not benefit the British National Party or any other anti-establishment groups. The only people who will benefit are the Liberal Democrats. If they get AV, they will have no reason to support a move to Proportional Representation.

Remember - how often does our Establishment offer us a Referendum on something that might actually HELP ordinary Brits?


Monday, 2 May 2011

Green Man Festival

A team of Shropshire Patriots attended the excellent Clun Green Man festival on Sunday 1st May in order to celebrate the ancient ritual of May Day and hand out leaflets.

This age old celebration continues to remind our people of the coming of spring and a new awakening of the land, and it goes hand in hand with the British National Party's 'Land & People' motto.

Our team of Patriots spent the morning handing out leaflets but also took time out to enjoy some of the excellent real ales on offer, and our children enjoyed watching the mediaeval knights and the Morris Men, who should be praised for keeping this tradition alive.

In the afternoon, our members were surprised to hear a band actually mention the BNP in one of their songs, and children and adults alike stopped to listen as hundreds of English people clapped and sang along to the various traditional tunes.

When all our leaflets had been distributed and local people suitably reminded about the connection between our people and our important traditions, our team of proud patriotic families took a walk up to Clun castle and enjoyed a wonderful picnic overlooking the river and looked in wonder at the amazing views.

It is of vital importance that our people not only hold on to their customs but that we remember exactly what they mean to us. The May Day festivities and especially the May Pole dance are all about fertility - fertility of the land and our people. It reminds us all that we must care for our land and also that we must nuture our children too.

Having said that, it seems our children are feisty enough to take care of themselves, having managed to defeat the thoroughly evil Black Knight!

Shropshire BNP are always busy with social events as well as political activity. Why not get in touch and come and enjoy such events as walking the Offa's Dyke path, days out to local events and attractions and camping with fireside songs and BBQ's?

"Healthy Land - Healthy People!"

Osama bin Laden dead

OSAMA bin Laden is dead and his body has been recovered by US authorities.

The al Qaeda leader was killed on Sunday in a firefight with US forces in Pakistan, President Barack Obama said this morning.
"Justice has been done," Mr Obama said in a dramatic White House speech announcing the death of the elusive mastermind of the September 11, 2001 attacks on New York and Washington.
"I can report to the American people and to the world that the US has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden. 

"A small team of Americans carried out the operation with extraordinary courage and capability. No Americans were harmed. They took care to avoid civilian casualties."
Mr Obama spoke to former presidents George W Bush and Bill Clinton before announcing bin Laden's death.
It is a major accomplishment for Mr Obama and his national security team, after many Americans had given up hope of ever finding bin Laden.
A crowd gathered outside the White House to celebrate, chanting "USA, USA."
George W Bush had repeatedly vowed to bring bin Laden to justice "dead or alive" for the September 11 attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people, but never did before leaving office in early 2009. 

US officials said the Saudi-born extremist was killed in the Pakistani town of Abbotabad and his body recovered.
Having the body may help convince any doubters that bin Laden is really dead.
He had been the subject of a search since he eluded US soldiers and Afghan militia forces in a large-scale assault on the Tora Bora mountains of Afghanistan in 2001.

The trail quickly went cold after he disappeared and many intelligence officials believed he had been hiding in Pakistan.
While in hiding, bin Laden had taunted the West and advocated his militant Islamist views in videotapes spirited from his hideaway.

Besides 9/11, Washington has also linked bin Laden to a string of attacks -- including the 1998 bombings of American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania and the 2000 bombing of the warship USS Cole in Yemen.

George W Bush said the death of the al Qaeda leader was a "momentous achievement".
"The fight against terror goes on, but tonight America has sent an unmistakable message: No matter how long it takes, justice will be done," he said.
Prime Minister David Cameron said news of bin Laden's death would "bring great relief to people across the world".