"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.

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Censored / Uncensored

An interesting experiment took place on Tuesday evening as many people will have seen the censored BNP election broadcast. But perhaps the censorship rammed home the implications of what is being done to our freedom of speech. 

One positive result from our censored broadcast was that it gave the BNP's Press Officer Simon Darby ample opportunity to get across some very important pieces of information.

In fact, you may be of the belief that the censorship helped us underline our point even better than if the original broadcast had gone ahead as planned.

Whatever your point of view, in this internet age, everyone can view both broadcasts as many times as they like.

Sunday, 27 April 2014

Lee Rigby Leaflet

The European elections are to be held on the exact anniversary of the brutal murder of Drummer Lee Rigby.

That awful incident proved, unfortunately but predictably, to be a perfect example of the mess which our traitor politicians have created in modern Britain.

The mainstream political parties and the media want our people to forget about that awful day back in May 2013. But the British National Party need our people not only to remember what happened but also to understand why and most importantly what needs to be done to ensure such incidents do not happen again. How many rivers of blood do there need to be before Britain awakes?

Help us to awaken our people. Copy and print out the leaflet shown below and distribute it.

We want a happy, free, peaceful, democratic Britain. Help us to achieve it.

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Market Drayton, Oswestry, Wellington Hit

On Saturday 19th April, dedicated BNP activists hit Market Drayton, Oswestry and Wellington with target-specific leaflets designed for maximum impact in order to awaken the local public and stir up patriotic emotions in the run up to the forthcoming European elections which take place on the anniversary of Lee Rigby's murder; 22nd May.

Three Activists Never Giving In

Oswestry was the first target, where the British National Party recently successfully opposed a mosque plan which had been backed by town Tory Keith Barrow. Just over an hour was spent walking through the town centre passing literature to shoppers and collecting a handful of contact details from a group of youths frustrated with a lack of local employment- future BNP activists in the making.

Anti-Grooming Message

Next up was Wellington, the scene of the most hideous anti-white Muslim grooming campaign our people have ever seen. Despite some action being taken by police, our local BNP members still firmly believe that young white girls are still being abused and used for sex. Our targeted literature included the excellent pink anti-grooming leaflets which will help vunerable young girls understand the danger which exists on British streets. Our advice to the young people we met was, "Keep your parents informed about where you are and who you are friends with. If in doubt - speak out!"

Always Active in Market Drayton

With time ticking on, the next stop was Market Drayton - current home of the Royal Irish Regiment. Our leaflet content now switched to Lee Rigby; the British soldier who was partially beheaded by Islamic extremists while walking home in a 'Help for Heroes' tee-shirt almost a year ago. Voice of Freedom newspapers were also distributed door to door and along Cheshire Street and the High Street.

As always, the day ended with a brief social drink at a local pub. Our Shropshire correspondent Cllr Phil Reddall said, "Everyone must be aware that the Euro elections are being held on the anniversary of Drummer Lee Rigby's brutal murder on 22nd May. We will never forget that day but we also will never forgive the traitor politicians who are to blame not just for that atrocity but for the ruined lives of all those young white girls sexually abused by Muslim paedophile gangs in Wellington and elsewhere. I could talk about other BNP policies on banking reform too, but for now I think that's enough for people to think about. Apart from one final note; we are never ever giving in!"

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

Guide to Euro Elections and Voting

Voting is Quick and Easy

This is a simple guide to the upcoming European Elections and how to vote. It has been written because many of our people do not vote or perhaps have never voted.

The next set of elections are the European elections. They take place on Thursday 22nd May. Everyone in Britain can vote providing you are registered to vote. For the European elections, Britain is split into Regions. If you live in Shropshire you will be voting in the West Midlands Region.

The British National Party is putting up a large number of candidates for the role of MEP which stands for 'Member of European Parliament'. In the West Midlands we hope to get at least one candidate elected.

Back in 2009 two BNP candidates became MEPs - one in the North West and one in Yorkshire. Across Britain, almost one million people voted BNP in 2009. If enough of us vote, we can replicate that success in the West Midlands.

The European elections are important for the BNP. A full colour leaflet will be delivered to every house in the West Midlands by Royal Mail and we have two Party Political Broadcasts which will be shown on the television closer to election day.

In the European Parliament (based in Brussels and Strasbourg) our MEPs can talk to other European nationalists and gain valuable political experience while standing up for our people in Britain. Success brings publicity and more credibility for the BNP.

How to Vote

Voting is easy. A week or two before polling day - also known as election day - everyone who is registered to vote receives a Polling Card through the post. Printed on this card is the location of your Polling Station - usually a village hall, school or other community building. 

Simply walk into the Polling Station, tell the person at the desk your name and they will give you a Ballot Paper which has a list of candidates and their political party on it. Take this Ballot Paper and mark a 'X' next to the candidate or political party you want to win, then fold the Ballot Paper and put it into the Ballot Box, which looks like the one shown in the picture above.

Remember, voting is secret! No one will know how you have voted. No one can find out unless you tell them. The only reason you are asked your name is so the person in charge can ensure no one else uses your vote. They cross your name off their list - all they know is that you voted. They can not tell who you voted for.

How to Register to Vote

If you are not registered to vote, it is very easy to do so. 

Shropshire residents can visit this website: 


You can also use this website to register to vote quickly and simply:


The British National Party is also running a campaign called 'Operation White Vote', aimed at getting all our people registered to vote. You can read all about this important campaign here:


The British National Party is not like the other political parties. We are Nationalists and you can read our current manifesto by clicking here.