"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.

Friday, 30 March 2012

Fuel For Thought

No Strike Yet But Panic Buyers Abound

We all remember the last time we had to queue at the petrol station due to a strike. Most right thinking folk are sick to death of being taxed at the pumps to such an extent, but at the same time strike action inconveniences the law abiding majority while Parliament sits back and waits for it all to go away. The government seem to win every time.

With the potential for another strike looming and with Britain sitting on an inflation timebomb, it's high time for our people to start thinking about how the man in the street can make things right for himself and for future generations.

The simple fact is that there are many, many issues which need resolving fast and recent history shows us that voting Labour, Lib-Dem or Conservative is not the answer.

Mainstream politicians say one thing and do another. That is how it has been for decades.

The big issues are all directly related - taxation, immigration, foreign policy, education, political correctness, health and safety, our armed forces, law and order and so on. The taxpayer pays in cash and sometimes in blood too.

The aim of the BNP is to offer a political solution. If the situation deteriorates sharply it may offer an opportunity to others who care not for the political road.

A little foresight will go a long way towards heading off some very serious problems in Britain.

The British National Party will come to power and restore the health and integrity of the British people.

Friday, 23 March 2012

Traitor Establishment Prepare Our Children For Dhimmitude

Traitor Establishment Prepare Our Children For Dhimmitude

More than 100 primary school pupils, teachers and students have attended a special Islam Awareness Week presentation in Shrewsbury.

The Explore Islam exhibition was hosted by Shrewsbury College on Tuesday. The event was opened by the Mayor of Shrewsbury, Councillor Tony Durnell and coordinated by Staffordshire University, a partner of the college.

A Side To Islam The Establishment Tries To Cover Up

The exhibition that was launched in 2006, aims to build bridges between local communities by offering young people the opportunity to talk to Muslims and to experience aspects of the Islamic way of life.

Visitors took part in a variety of interactive activities, sampled traditional foods and were encouraged to ask questions.

Gina Cussack, student engagement coordinator for Shrewsbury College, said the day had gone very well.

(As reported in the Shropshire Star March 22 2012)

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Pensioners First, Not Drug Addicts

North Shropshire BNP councillor Philip Reddall talks about today's Day of Action in Market Drayton and also shows his disgust at a proposal by Shropshire County Council to offer free gym passes to ex-drug addicts.

Put out pensioners first, not drug addicts.