"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.

Sunday, 24 July 2011

Shrewsbury Meeting

The Shrewsbury British National Party meeting held on Tuesday 19th July, saw one of the best gatherings in the group's six year history. Around 50 local patriots enjoyed an evening of excellent camaraderie with a collective sense of purpose and unity.
The meeting was chaired by group organiser Karl Foulkes who spoke about the achievements made by the party in Shropshire over the last 12 months. Karl praised other local organisers and activists for their hard work  - shown not only at election times but all year round with various community based projects and campaigns. 
The next speaker was West Midlands Regional organiser Alwyn Deacon  who gave the audience an in-depth overview of the party at local level - detailing the vast improvements that have been made to the administration and infrastructure . Being more streamline and cost effective, the West Midlands region is now in the best shape it's ever been. Alwyn also spoke about the new  'Get Out Of The EU' national campaign that is about to be rolled out across Shropshire.
Finally it was the turn of guest speaker National Press Officer Simon Darby who covered a number topics including the ever growing threat to Britain's sovereignty from the EU,  the legal victory against Trevor Phillips and the EHRC
 bullies plus the deliberate destruction of English communities in nearby places such as Birmingham and the Black Country. Simon also spoke about the terrible effects of enforced colonization such as the muslim paedophile gang epidemic that now threatens our children but he clearly stated it was the treacherous political 'elite' who were ultimately to blame for this as they were the ones who engineered the disastrous multicultural experiment in the first place. Simon then finished with a questions and answers session.


After the meeting was brought to a close, a collection raised over £220 for group funds. Members then spent the rest of the time busy socializing while tucking into a fantastic buffet. Altogether a truly memorable and enjoyable meeting.

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