posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Thursday, 30 October 2014, 16:00
This morning we broke the news on Facebook and twitter that postal workers had decided against distributing Britain First's election leaflet for the forthcoming Rochester by election.
The Communication Workers Union (CWU), who protect the interests of postal workers confirmed that although they would support the decision, it is actually Royal Mail themselves who will not be distributing the election leaflet.
In an email to the "party" leader, Paul Golding, Royal Mail wrote:
"We have procedures in place to evaluate whether election mail complies with the law. In this instance,
we consider that the election mail in question does not comply with the law and have therefore refused to carry it."
One assumes that the leaflet was just outright racist nonsense as well as not complying with the law. Golding was (as you can imagine), outraged. It's the only true emotion he seems to have.
He is claiming that the decision by Royal Mail is against the law. It is not.
He and his gang of bin liners claim they are now going to demonstrate outside the homes of Royal Mail's directors and has similarly made threats against the person who signed the letter on behalf of Royal Mail.
It really comes to something when these idiots cannot even produce an election leaflet within the law. Interestingly, Britain First claim that their candidate, Jayda Fransen, has a "background in law."
Perhaps is she spent her time casting her legally trained eyes over her election materials and less time over the housing register, she would have foreseen and understood the potential for problems.
In the short term, this may well give Britain First another quick shot of their must-have publicity, but in the long term, the people of Rochester and Strood are probably better off not seeing their mindless rubbish at all.
After all, if their failed legal brain could not be bothered looking at the leaflet, why should anyone else be forced to?
Posted: 30 Oct 2014 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 22 October 2014, 21:21
It seems the banning of National Action activists by the London BNP pornographer Steve Squire has boiled down to whether you drink alcohol and buy your own peanuts at a BNPO meeting
Never mind the Nazism, factionalism and threats of violence by the teeny-bop nazis, what has really upset Squire is clearly stated in the text he has been sending out to members in London regarding the activities of Mark Jones aka Mark James of National Action/Nick Griffin fan club infamy.
Posted: 22 Oct 2014 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 21 October 2014, 12:29
Much ado is often made about the group National Action which is partly the alternative name for when the British National Party's (BNP) youth wing (YBNP) want to behave like Nazis.
For the last couple of years the former and currently expelled leader of the BNP, Nick Griffin has been encouraging some of his young followers to engage with the "radical" group as the BNP ground to a standstill.
One of the leading lights in National Action is Mark James, aka Mark Jones. Jones was entrusted by Griffin to leak a series of internal BNP documents that attacked the BNP leadership last month. He was also very close to Garron Helm, the young man from Liverpool jailed yesterday for an anti-Semitic tweet to a Liverpool MP.
This morning the BNP in London has "proscribed" National Action, and in particular Mark Jones/James.
The BNP fails to mention he was until recently a very senior member of their youth wing. Instead they claim he "infiltrated" the party.
Nick Griffin will now declare this further evidence of a Zionist plot.
Posted: 21 Oct 2014 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 17 October 2014, 16:00
The week began with telling the tale of how a gang of old nazis got drunk in Preston in memory of John Tyndall, the founder of the British National Party (BNP). Most of those who attended had betrayed him in life so it only seems fair they meet every year to remember what a bitter and twisted nobody he was.
I doubt Tyndall would be turning too much in his grave if he was to see the current state of the party he founded. When he was being hounded out of the party by Nick Griffin he did warn that it would all go pear shaped eventually. It took a little longer than he imagined, obviously.
What happens in the BNP now, is anyone's guess. Despite very mixed messages from Griffin as to what is be done to save his bacon and at the same time (now) destroy the party, the wind has slightly gone out of the sails of both factions.
Griffin's side is claiming that they have some 300 people already backing him in his bid to launch a "new" movement. Whether 300 people can actually raise enough cash annually to keep Griffin and his entourage of family, syconphants and friends bathed in trips to Europe, the off-license and expensive steak houses is unlikely. You can bet your bottom dollar that Griffin will be demanding a hefty stipend for leading his own fan club.
Griffin's plan, according to his daft son in law Angus, is to exile himself- like Mosley did, in foreign climes. That way, thinks Griffin, he will be able to evade the establishment of those hidden Zionists who are trying to hound him for the money he owes everywhere, but also allow him to live cheaper than he could do in the UK. Then he could drive across Europe and through the Channel Tunnel occasionally, deliver a speech, sell some cheap fags and booze (like the good old days in the European Parliament) to his supporters, and lead a revolutionary street movement etc, etc.
France has been declared a family favourite, but to make this pipe dream really work, Griffin is suggesting even further into the continent. Hungary is a warm favourite with Griffin. Our own man there does confirm that a carton of Benson & Hedges is something like £26 on a good day for the English pound and knocking out cartons of fags for £50 a pop could be a nice little earner for Griffin if he manages to get his supporters to pay his petrol over on visits. Isn't this plan rather bizarre?
Who knows, but Griffin's always chased a quid no matter how daft or incoveneient the plan actually is. His London meeting that was set for next week has now been postponed due to the venue they had being "double booked", apparently. Yes, in a city of eight million people there is only one meeting room! There certainly won't be 300 people supporting Griffin when they realise he's actually going on another piss up with his European friends instead of a night of coleslaw and baked beans in London.
Those who control what is left of the BNP, the intellectually challenged "Wigton" faction have now officially stopped suspending/expelling people. What with membership renewal time fast approaching, they still have some 700 members to convince to follow them into oblivion for next year.
With this in mind, they're preparing their annual conference in Blackpool for the end of November. Interestingly, the Griffin faction will also be in Blackpool at the same time. Aware of how this could turn nasty, Patrick Harrington is suggesting that the BNP does not go to Blackpool at all. Wherever the party does end up, it will not be at their previously favourite venue. No doubt Harrington knows of all kinds of clubs, bars and hotels around the country that cater for people with peculiar tastes..
Blackpool will also play host to more naughty nazis earlier in November, when they hold a demostration over the missing school girl Charlene Downes. Charlene's Mother, Karen, should probably help with the police investigation and maybe one day the poisonous little cretin Jack Renshaw will grow up.
And finally, Eddie Stampton's glamour published and ghost written autobiography has hit the bedroom floors of his drunken friends. No fewer than a whole five copies of his published work of fiction have been delivered to Eddie.
Posted: 17 Oct 2014 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 14 October 2014, 20:20
I don't know if the sausages were particularly morbid or not, but there was apparently very much a "generous buffet" to be had on the weekend as a host of British nazis met in Preston to remember that they will all die one day. One of them even popped his cloggs before the meeting.
Yes, it was the annual meeting in memory of dead lunatic John Tyndall, the founder of the British National Party (BNP), master of the Aryan comb-over, lover of Jack boots and hater of Jews. They (Jews, apparently) were once described by "JT" (as his friends and admirers liked to call him) as "rotting like maggots on the corpse of the white race." He was a cheery old git, obviously.
One person even traveled all the way from the United States to hear a gang of people who, in the main, were not even on speaking terms with Tyndall when he popped his jack boots back in 2005 in the middle of a court case where he was up before the beak with none other than Nick Griffin. Tyndall probably felt Griffin would one day try and feed off the corpse of the BNP, too. There was no love lost between those two by the way; Griffin had not long before expelled Tyndall from the very party he had formed in his own image.
There was a real smorgasboard of talent in the room even if the buffet was not Kosher. Among the tasty talent on offer was Andrew Brons, who had a brief flirtation with Tyndall during the 1960's. Brons turned against Tyndall in 1980 and took over the leadership of the National Front (NF) from him in quite acrimonious circumstances. He then later joined the BNP once he was certain that Tyndall was gone (or dead) and has never previously had anything particularly nice to say about Tyndall. But, in death, we are more popular than we are alive, and as Brons's own political party the British Democratic Party (BDP) is also breathing its final breaths, Brons decided to put in an appearance and quaff galons of ale and red wine whilst he pondered his own mortality.
The list of groups represented at the meeting is an indication that the far-right is not "growing" even if you stumble upon it on the internet and find it repulsive. The NF, Northern Patriotic Front (NPF), British Movement, Blood and Honour, London Forum, National Action, BNP, BDP, New British Union and Church of the Creator were all there and there were only forty odd people in the room. Still, as the host did brag on his website yesterday, "a very enjoyable social was held at another city centre venue, which continued well into the morning. There were a few sore heads at the H&D office the following day!" It's not really an office, more of a grubby terraced house to be fair.
Richard Edmonds, for years the man Tyndall would not allow to wear trousers to do housework, also spoke. I'm not sure what he said, but after forty-odd years of banging on about Jews, I guess they got a mention. It has certainly been forty odd years for Richard. According to the write up of the event, Edmonds is a Directorate member of the National Front. I guess he lied to the BNP organisers when he spoke at their meeting last month, then.
"Benny" from the nazi rock band "Whitelaw" also spoke at the event. Looking tanned and not very Aryan, Benny does love a good buffet. I once saw him at an NF buffet a few years ago that was later described as being "sumptuos". So he knows where to go for a sausage roll does Benny, even if he has no sirname to put on the invite. It's Benny Bullman, by the way...
Serial pest Peter Rushton also got to speak. If missing a comb-over and a buffet isn't going to make Tyndall roll over in Valhalla, then the thought of Rushton, an employee of the Iranian government that Tyndall absolutely hated turning up to speak at his memorial event, most surely would. I'm not sure what Rushton had to say, but if he wants to keep his job working for the Iranianians it will have been about Jews, and the fact that they fabricated their death in the Holocaust.
Such is the life of a generous nazi buffet
Posted: 14 Oct 2014 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 13 October 2014, 12:11
Life in the British National Party's (BNP) head office in Wigton, Cumbria must be lively. Between all of the alleged cocaine use and adultery, there must be comical moments when the new leader Adam Walker runs in and shouts "there's trouble at mill" or perhaps, "wake up Clive, the end is near."
So close to death is the party that it has actually left itself in a will to Clive. At the close of play on Thursday night there has been 107 resignations from the party and some 22 suspensions and sackings. Not without a sense of humour, someone at the Wigton office got hold of a twitter account on the weekend and tweeted that Nick Griffin had moved to France. That may well be the case, but also claiming that Adam Walker is "in control" of the BNP is an entirely different matter.
Last we heard, Nick Griffin's delightfully idiotic son in law, (like the rest of the family, previously on the party pay roll) had taken the party's van away with him and not returned it. Other than using it to squirrel away all of his Father in law’s prized possessions, it's unlikely that Angus Matthys is using the van for moonlighting in another profession. Not only does he not have the gumption, he is bone idle. When he and Griffin's daughter were living in Northern Ireland "running" the BNP's offices there, the two of them spent most of their time in the flat they rented, eating Take Away food and watching television whilst allowing their puppy to soil just about every square inch of carpet they had.
Walker and Jefferson appear now to be trying to completely strangle the BNP to death. I doubt they will be too distraught by the loss of their merchandising wing, Excalibur. We've exposed previously the absolute junk and filth it sells. Alwyn Deacon, who "owns" it, has now fallen in completely with Nick Griffin's side so has launched it as independent of the party.
Jefferson and Walker are also cutting off the few remaining campaigns the party was involved in around the country. The anti-Mosque campaign in Croydon seems to have stalled, while the Bolton anti-Mosque campaign has been gifted to the Griffin faction after local BNP organiser Bryn Morgan was sacked from post over the weekend.
The Griffin side, in response, are faring little better. Griffin is giving a host of mixed messages to his supporters, which range from resigning from the party to carrying on as usual. Jack Renshaw even managed 17 votes in an election last week, even though he is expelled from party.
Insiders tell us that Griffin has decided that the bulk of the wills left to the BNP were in fact left to the party of which he was constitutionally the leader so the £10m everyone is fighting over, should revert to whichever party he leads! Despite having a degree in law from one of the world's finest universities, it does appear that Griffin takes legal advice from a man that sells him magic beans.
Walker and Jefferson have also decided to humiliate the "popular" former North West regional organiser Mike Whitby. Foolish Whitby it appears, once went cap in hand to Clive Jefferson for a loan. What is it your Mother warns you about borrowing money from sharks? Whitby has now been asked to repay £565 he borrowed from Jefferson/The BNP when he was facing eviction some years previously. Whitby had apparently thought it was a gift-I presume one he did not declare to the social?
The Griffin roadshow comes to London later this month. This should be interesting. London BNP is allegedly the source of a number of "revenge porn" pictures and videos apparently being sent out of members of the Griffin faction to their families and workplaces.
Griffin has decided that his new "organisation" will target the Labour party with the infamous paedophile leaflet that Walker and Jefferson have had withdrawn. On the 22nd October he will address his London supporters over a buffet of coleslaw and baked beans! I kid ye not...
All I know is, I will not be visiting one particular coffee shop in Leeds if that is how Lindsey Reynolds cleans the coffee tables.
Posted: 13 Oct 2014 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Sunday, 12 October 2014, 10:26
Let's be generous and say 300 supporters joined the EDL demonstration in Birmingham today. As pre-arranged, they gathered at Bar Risa on Broad Street to top themselves up from their cans of Special Brew already consumed on their journey there.
At around 1pm they set off on their epic 5 minute walk to their 'Rally' at Centenary Square. Within 100 yards their march came to an abrupt halt as they decided, in their own inimitable way, that the lone anti-fascist protester on route needed attacking! Luckily for him, the police were on hand to intervene and usher him away. The remainder of the well supported counter demonstration were tucked away in Chamberlain Square.
That static location and huge Police presence ensured the two rival factions could not face each other, but at least it meant the EDL were not free to roam around wonderful, multi-cultural Brum! In the square the speeches began with the latest incumbent Chairman, Steve Edowes, finally addressing his followers and proving he's not mute. Perhaps being in his native West Midlands helped him recover from the shyness he'd been showing to date? As is usual, so many of EDL members just can not help themselves and simply have to resort to type.
A 17 year old, slight built male member of the EDL LGBT division was punched in the chest by another thuggish, bonehead EDL supporter in a totally unprovoked assault. It left the poor victim in tears and traumatised for the rest of the afternoon. It's not clear if it was the Star of David flag he was draped in or his Sexuality that sparked the red mist in his fellow EDL attacker?
Midway through the rally, 3 Asian youths were led by Police away from the edge of the square on Broad Street. This led to a mass exodus from the square of EDL supporters who rushed to throw missiles and insults at the trio and thereby leaving the square almost empty! The Police swiftly gained control again and the EDL shuffled back to more drones of wisdom from their speakers, the demo was pretty much over by 2.30 as supporters began nodding off and drifting away! Next scheduled National Beano for the EDL is in Luton on 22nd November.
Will their numbers be even more pathetic than this? Will Tommy Robinson / Stephen Yaxley-Lennon make a surprise appearance on his own doorstep? Watch this space!!!!
Posted: 12 Oct 2014 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Thursday, 9 October 2014, 09:44
Ousted former BNP leader Nick Griffin held a large and stormy meeting in St Helens last night as 80 of his supporters gathered to hear him speak.
Griffin has decided that as well as battling for control of the BNP leadership (with plans he outlined at a private meeting before hand) he is to launch a new militant street group based on the French outfit 'Generation Identity', who are mainly angry young men who carry out militant activities against Muslims and the Jewish community.
Griffin is suggesting that his group undertake self-defence lessons etc, etc
HOPE not hate has covered the activities of the French group previously.
Griffin already has his fingers in a similar pie with the group National Action. It is not the first time that Griffin has tied to model himself as a radical militant. He is of course some thirty years older than last time.
It appears Griffin has also retreated to live in France, as before.
Posted: 9 Oct 2014 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Simon Cressy | on: Thursday, 9 October 2014, 09:14
We don't hear much about The English Democrats thankfully, their little England brand of politics was effectively blown out of the water when they decided to import large numbers of dregs from the BNP.
One of the main reasons the English Democrats support plummented away was the bizarre and abusive behaviour of Steve Uncles, who is the South East organiser for the English Democrats and is effectively number 2 in the party behind chairman Robin Tilbrook.
So his latest disgusting and racist posting on Facebook is par for the course.
Posted: 9 Oct 2014 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 7 October 2014, 20:59
Mike Whitby is a very popular member and local organiser of the British National Party (BNP). In the past he has stood as a "local" candidate for them in two different countries.
That's quite common in the BNP.
When the BNP's troubles started some three months ago, Whitby was sounded out as a potential mediator. He was to be one of the organisers' of tomorrow night's meeting in St Helens where Nick Griffin is set to announce his "way forward" for the rest of the BNP.
As a result, Whitby was relieved of his duties by the party last night and his party email address used to send a notice to BNP members that the meeting has been cancelled.
In fact, every party email address is now under control of the party leadership and the contents of all emails are being scrutinised for signs of disloyalty.
Members of the BNP have been ringing our office for days now telling us the location of Griffin's meeting. I bet they don't know that Paul Telford is actually hosting an earlier meeting at which Griffin will choose his leadership team?
Posted: 7 Oct 2014 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments