"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.

Saturday, 27 April 2013

Market Drayton West - A Message of Awakening

Activists Just Like You

This afternoon three teams of BNP activists were out and about in Market Drayton West ward distributing a second hard hitting leaflet aimed at awakening our people to the immense threat posed to Britain by the so called 'mainstream' politicians.

The British National Party is not 'mainstream' in the warped eyes of the media but we talk and think like our people because we ARE our people - honest, hardworking, patriotic folk who see things the way they really are.

Britain is broken and is being propped up on a false economy. We are here to promote a message that seems radical to the current crop of self-serving politicians, but to us the message is not really radical at all.

We are prepared to go to great lengths to ensure genuine democracy prevails; we will leaflet relentlessly, we will stand up for the common man, we will endure pressure from the establishment. We will never give in.

The message in our leaflets is getting to work right now; subtly altering the thought process in the minds of our people and gradually guiding them away from the perverse teachings promulgated by a liberal elite who have lived off the British kindred like vampires, bleeding them dry daily and removing sense of their self worth and the ability to self determination.

The BNP is out every day in Market Drayton putting good, wholesome thoughts into the minds of our folk and showing them a 'third way' - not right wing, not left wing - just good, honest policies to rid our nation of the menace which has gripped this country tight for six long decades.

Protest, resist and vote BNP on Thursday 2nd May 2013.

And then join our Movement...

Shropshire Election Video

Thursday, 11 April 2013

Shropshire County Council Candidates

PHIL REDDALL - MARKET DRAYTON WEST: I’ve lived in Shropshire for the last fifteen years and am married with two children. For the last three years I have been a Parish Councillor, serving my community and playing a key role in initiatives such as the local allotments association.

I joined the BNP ten years ago as I felt let down by all the other political parties. No one else spoke for me - a white working class lad who couldn’t afford to go to university and who couldn’t get an engineering apprenticeship. Nowadays I can’t afford to buy my own home and there aren’t enough council houses to go round. The Conservative Party, the Labour Party and the Lib Dems have all had a chance to fix broken Britain, but things only ever get worse. British people must start thinking about who they vote for. If you keep voting the same way you'll keep getting the same thing!

All I want is a simple family life where my kids are safe to play in the park; I want to see Britain lead the world in manufacturing again; I want out of the EU and I want an end the kind of immigration that has seen British towns and cities transformed beyond recognition.

That’s why I’ll continue to help the British National Party.

JENNIFER MATTHYS - OSWESTRY WEST: I have been married to Angus for four years, we are blessed with a one year old toddler, as well as our trio of dogs. I live in picturesque and rural Shropshire, not far from where I grew up.

I am semi fluent in Welsh and have been involved in politics and the BNP since my mid-teens; After all, with Nick Griffin as my dad, it was a natural step!

I started working for the BNP in 2009, and can honestly say that I find it both interesting and rewarding working in politics. That is why I'm proud to be standing as a candidate, because I care about the future that we're leaving for our children, and will work to make that a better future. So on election day, place your cross next to the British National Party heart - because you care too.

IAN DEAKIN - WEM: I’ve lived in and around Wem all my life and know my local community inside out. Getting out of the EU is a big issue for me and after a brief look at UKIP I joined the BNP - the only party with the guts and determination to act and a party which has a really strong grassroots membership base.

I've worked in Britain and abroad and I've seen alot in my time. I'd like to think that my life experiences have contributed to the opinions that I have formed and I have certainly done some serious thinking about what political party I support these days. It's no use complaining; we must act! Our country is in a sorry state but I know we can turn it back around. At my time of life I wouldn't be contesting elections if I didn't think it was worth while. I'm still up for the fight and I hope my fellow Brits are too.

ANGUS MATTHYS - OSWESTRY EAST: I married Jennifer 4 years ago and last year we welcomed our little boy into the world; there's no nicer feeling than walking in the countryside with our three dogs while listening to him chatter away to us!

I grew up in a small village not far from Aberystwyth, and although always interested in politics, I didn't get actively involved until after I had met Jennifer.

I started working for the BNP in 2009 and although the hours are long, I can honestly say that I find it both exciting and rewarding working in politics. That is why I'm proud to be standing as a candidate, because I care about the future that we're leaving for our children, and I will work hard to make that a better future. So on election day, place your cross next to the British National Party heart - because you care too.

KARL FOULKES - SUNDORNE: I’m a Shropshire lad born and bred and I’ve been contesting elections for the BNP for quite some time. I am a married family man with children and a grandchild and people often ask me how I manage to squeeze in political activity between work and a busy family life. The simple truth is that I find time for the BNP because I must. No other political party cares so much for the traditional family unit and it amazes me that it has actually become politically incorrect to talk about traditional family values!

While some people seem to have given up on Britain and her people, I am as steadfast as ever in my belief that the wheel will turn full circle and the British spirit community spirit will be rekindled once again.

I want people to lend their vote to the BNP in hope for the future and in defiance of the out of touch politicians who have led this country to financial ruin and disenfranchised a whole generation of young people in the process. I’m never, ever giving in and I know we can motivate the electorate towards an honest, wholesome political revolution. 

Inside the BNP Engine Room

Shropshire Branch roars into action as the first batch of leaflets are produced for the 2013 County Council elections. The following short film offers an inside view of the Shropshire BNP Engine Room in full swing.

Days of action are being organised for our target wards and leaflets are going out NOW!

To get in touch and help us hammer the Establishment call the BNP hotline on 0844 809 4582
BNP: The Best Protest Vote In Town!

Friday, 5 April 2013

Mosque Victory... For Now

BNP Victory Against Oswestry Mosque Proposal

Great news today as the Shropshire Star reports here that the plan for a 'Muslim Prayer Centre' in Oswestry has now been dropped.

But north Shropshire organiser Phil Reddall this afternoon spoke of his suspicion regarding the announcement.

"With elections looming and the BNP's north Shropshire group poised to stand more candidates than ever before, this headline could well be a ploy to divert the attention of voters away from the highly controversial mosque issue.

"I would not be at all surprised if a new planning application from Oswestry Muslim Society appears after the elections have passed," Mr Reddall continued.

Shropshire Patriot believes that had it not been for the BNP's campaign to raise awareness of this plan, Oswestry would by now be the first north Shropshire town to have its own mosque.

In truth, it is only a matter of time before Islam rears its head again in Shropshire and until our local Council chambers are filled with honest patriots, our County will continue to change in ways not beneficial to the British way of life.

Opposing the Islamification of our country is only one aspect of British National Party policy. Radical alterations to the banking system is another major point we contend with, along with a day by day crusade to free the minds of our people and get them thinking once again.

For the BNP's full manifesto, click here.