Tuesday, 30 August 2011
The British National Party has forewarned of this for many years.
Enoch Powell spoke of this.
Yet although we warn of these happenings, we do not want our people to wallow in despair - we have the strength to pull ourselves of the abyss and re-kindle those innate passions and abilities which once made us the envy of the world.
Aim to be the best you can be and never give in to those who show nothing but apathy and speak of nothing but misery.
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Monday, 22 August 2011
On Sunday 21st August, north Shropshire British National Party hosted a sell out Patriot's Dinner in Market Drayton where over forty members and supporters enjoyed a fabulous two course meal consisting of roast beef with all the trimmings plus a dessert.
Guest speaker for the evening was recently re-elected Party leader Nick Griffin MEP, who spoke at length to a captivated audience about the recent troubles in many of Britain's cities and how the government is powerless to stop it happening again.
"Those weren't riots," Mr. Griffin explained, "...there was looting with a small amount of rioting. But real riots will come and only the BNP has the policies to resolve the issue."
Mr. Griffin went on to explain how the government had turned their back not only on white people but also on settled West Indian and Asian communities in the search for ever-cheaper immigrant labour.
He finished by revealing his utter disgust at David Cameron's decision to allow the controversial artist Tracey Emin to hang a piece of her 'art' in 10 Downing Street, near to pictures of Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher. "Cameron is as close to a Marxist as it is possible for a Tory to be," Mr. Griffin said.
Those in attendance finished the evening socialising and enjoying the selection of fine wines and real ales on offer, and complements were made regarding the quality of the food and the excellent traditional venue.
North Shropshire BNP organiser Phil Reddall said, "I'd like to thank everyone who attended and helped ensured the evening went so well, especially our speaker Nick Griffin and our Shrewsbury and Telford Organisers."
Plans for more Patriot's Dinners are well under way with a minimum of two per year (summer and winter) in various parts of our beautiful county of Shropshire.
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Monday, 15 August 2011
Three Shropshire towns received the British National Party's commonsense patriotic message on Saturday (13th Aug) as the new 'We Want Our Country Back!' glossy recruitment leaflet hit local streets for the first time.
The party's message of hope proved extremely popular with the residents of Ludlow, Craven Arms and Church Stretton with a fair number of people wanting to take away a copy of the Voice Of Freedom newspaper too.
Shrewsbury organiser Karl Foulkes (pictured above) said, "I am very pleased with the positive response from my fellow Salopians and I believe it's a sign that our party has now well and truly established itself everywhere in the county."
Wednesday, 10 August 2011
Three years ago Nick Griffin predicted that race riots would play out across our country. Our north Shropshire organiser was there that day when Nick spoke on the 40th anniversary of Enoch Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' speech, at the very same hotel where Enoch stood and spoke the truth all those years ago. The media were hostile to the British National Party - the media hide the truth but they can't hide from what's happening as Britain burns.
Shropshire BNP are already printing off leaflets to be distributed in our towns.
Come and join us today. Call 0844 809 4582 ... because we want our country back.
Monday, 8 August 2011
Shropshire British National Party began their ‘Referendum NOW’ campaign in Wem on Saturday 6th August, with north Shropshire organiser and Parish councillor Phil Reddall leading the way.
A table top stall complete with banner, leaflets and petition forms was set up right outside the office of Wem Town Council. The BNP is a part of mainstream British politics and we will not shy away from the establishment. In the years to come we will be running these offices.
Telford organiser Phil Spencer began rounding up support with the effective aid of a megaphone, and soon people were coming to see what all the fuss was about. Word soon got around and over the following two hours there was a constant stream of local people willing to sign our anti-EU petition. Most vocal was a Greek gentleman who explained in detail the economic and social problems occurring in Greece.
As the afternoon drew to a close, cllr Reddall said, “Trade in Shropshire’s market towns has been decimated in recent times, not least by the introduction of car parking charges which were imposed by Shropshire County Council in April against the will of the people, but with the help of local members we encouraged a large number of people to our table. They took leaflets and signed our petition in droves.
“This is just the start of our campaign, and not only will we be rolling out our table top petitions across Shropshire over the coming weeks, on many occasions we will be situating our stall right outside the offices of the local Labour and Tory parties in a show of defiance towards the traitor politicians who have sold our country down the river.”
To find out more about the BNP's 'Referendum NOW' campaign, make an enquiry through this blog or call our national enquiry hotline on: 0844 809 4582
Monday, 1 August 2011
Dozens of posters appeared in London and other cities declaring some areas as “Sharia law zones”. Imam Anjem Choudary, notorious for his extremist and anti-British views, has claimed responsibility for the Sharia law zone campaign.
As Europe recovers from the shocking bloodbath staged by anti-Islamist Anders Breivik, UK-based Islamists have seized the opportunity to score political points. Bright yellow posters on buses, lamp posts and the walls of houses warned pedestrians and drivers that they were entering a “Sharia controlled area”. Distributed by activists of the Muslims Against Crusades group, the posters carried the inscription “Islamic rules enforced” along with the no alcohol, no smoking, no music concerts and no gambling graphics, amongst others.
Imam Choudary says the campaign aims at planting the seeds of an Islamic Emirate in Britain. It's an attempt to set people against one another and a demonstration of force. Some Muslims are flexing their muscles.
This Saturday, Muslims Against Crusades marched from Leyton to Walthamstow, calling for the setting up of Sharia-Controlled Zones in the UK, in which 'Islamic rules' would be enforced by Muslims.
In light of the on-going trial of Shropshire-based Muslim paedophile gangs and the way in which we are told to be 'tolerant' when non-Brits commit terrorist and paedophile offences, how long will it be before the confidence of local Muslims reaches the point where 'Sharia Law' zones are forcibly imposed against our wishes?
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