Way back at the beginning of July 2011 Shropshire BNP's long and ongoing campaign against the sexual exploitation of young white girls in Wellington by local Muslim gangs saw Party activists march on Malinsgate police station in an all-or-nothing attempt to get justice for 'our girls'.
|BNP Campaigning - July 2011|
With news 'breaking' this week in the mainstream press of at least 1,400 young girls being sexually exploited in Rotherham, the time has come for Shropshire BNP to ask the Members' of Parliament for OUR local area, Mark Pritchard and David Wright, for official statements as to why they did not speak out about similar events which were happening in and around Wellington at the time; why they did not act to warn their constituents; why they did not appear on national television expressing their anger and disgust at these events; why they did not make any public effort or comment in any way whatsoever regarding the sexual exploitation of young white girls in their local area.
Everybody knew what was going on in and around Wellington and Telford. The gossip was rife and the BNP went out and leafleted relentlessly on the issue, raising significant awareness and making sure, come this day, that no one with power could find the excuse and say they din not know what was happening.
Today, Shropshire BNP demands Mark Pritchard MP and David Wright MP make a statement as to why they did not speak out on the issue of the sexual grooming of young white girls by Muslim gangs in and around Wellington.
Many girls could have been rescued from mental and physical torture had local MPs Mark Pritchard and David Wright had the courage to speak out.
The BNP acted. The BNP spoke out. In time the police made arrests and some convictions were gained but it was too little, too late. The damage has been done.
Is the sexual exploitation of young white girls still going on? If so, can we ever trust MPs, Councillors or anyone else in power to make our neighbourhoods safe?
BNP activists risked arrest back in 2011 for speaking out, but we did it because it was the right thing to do. The police filmed us as we gave out leaflets raising awareness of the grooming scandal as if we were the ones in the wrong. But we were in the right. We spoke out.
Mark Pritchard MP and David Wright MP - the people demand you explain yourselves. Furthermore, local Councillors should hang their heads in shame. We know you are cowards. You could have helped but you did nothing. Shame on you all.
Shropshire BNP demo report from 2011:
Remember, in 2004 the BBC employed an undercover investigator to infiltrate the BNP and they made a documentary called 'The Secret Agent' describing the Party as racist for claiming the perpetrators of street grooming were Pakistani Muslims. The BBC said the BNP were peddling lies and exagerating the problem.
Marlene Guest reports: