Saturday, 30 October 2010

Christian Christmas Cards Back In Stock


Christian Christmas Cards Back In Stock, Announces New Excalibur Manager 

Religious Christian Christmas cards are becoming increasingly rare in Britain today and that is why Excalibur is proud to announce the arrival a stock of such greeting cards, new Excalibur manager Alwyn Deacon has announced.



Recently appointed Mr Deacon, who is also the party’s West Midlands organiser and despatch manager, said anyone who perused the card offerings which will shortly be flooding retail outlets will have noticed the dearth of Christian-themed cards on the shelves.

“This is all part of a deliberate attempt to downplay Christianity at the expense of all other religions, and Islam in particular,” Mr Deacon said.

“Go into any card shop and you will always be able to find rows and rows of Ramadan cards, Diwali cards, and cards for every religion you can think of, but pitifully few Christian cards.

“Excalibur has sourced a good stock of 12-in-a-pack religious blessings Christmas cards, supplied with envelopes,” Mr Deacon continued.


Alwyn Deacon, Excalibur manager.
“They are UK letter size, 5.39” by 5.39” and have a foiled finish. At twelve in a pack, they work out, postage and packaging included, at 33p per card.”

Strike a blow against political correctness and order your Christian Christmas cards today. A pack of twelve cost £3.99 including postage and packaging.

There are three ways to order:

- By mail. Please make cheques or postal orders out to Exalibur and mail your order to Excalibur, P.O. Box 5057, Nuneaton, CV11 9FP.

- By telephone during weekday business hours 0871 0500 242.

-Online at www.buyexcalibur.com

Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Good News for the BNP in West Midlands


Extra MEP for the West Midlands in 2014
 

27TH OCTOBER 2010: IN response to a request from the Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform, Mark Harper MP, the Electoral Commission has recommended that the additional Member of the European Parliament (MEP) seat allocated to the UK under the Treaty of Lisbon should be in the West Midlands.





The Electoral Commission were asked asked to submit our recommendation to the Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform by 22 October 2010.

In making their recommendation for the distribution of any total number of MEPs the Commission had to ensure that:

• each electoral region is allocated at least three MEPs

• the ratio of registered electors to MEPs is as nearly as possible the same in each electoral region

The Commission applied the Sainte-LaguĂ« method to allocate the UK’s seventy third MEP seat. This follows previous consultation exercises which have confirmed, including from expert sources, that this enables us to adhere to the statutory criterion to ensure that the ratio of registered electors to MEPs is as nearly as possible the same in each electoral region.

As such the Electoral Commission have recommend that the West Midlands electoral region be allocated the additional seat that was awarded to the UK under the Treaty of Lisbon.

So this will be the number of seats to be contested in each region in June 2014.

East Midlands 5

Eastern 7

London 8

North East 3

North West 8

South East 10

South West 6

West Midlands 7

Yorkshire & the Humber 6

Wales 4

Scotland 6

Northern Ireland 3

Total 73

Nick Griffin said the news would be welcomed by his colleague Simon Darby (above).

"Simon narrowly missed out being elected to the European Parliament in 2004 and again was in the running for the sixth and final seat in 2009. This additional seat must help Simon or whoever tops the British National Party list in 2014 to get elected to the European Parliament."

No recommendation was sought on the distribution of the new total of 73 MEPs between electoral regions.

Mohammed, The Most Popular Boys Name in the West Midlands

Mohammed is most popular boys' name in England

Mohammed was the most popular name for newborn baby boys in England and Wales in 2009, according to official data released Wednesday.

But 12 different spellings of the name, each listed separately, meant that Oliver officially topped poll.

The name, given to 7,364 children, ended Jack's 14-year reign at number one, with Harry, Alfie and Joshua rounding out the top five in the figures published by the Office for National Statistics.

The two most common spellings of the Muslim name came in at 16th and 36th place, a total of 7,549 baby boys, making it the most popular name overall.

The most common spelling, Mohammed, was the number one name in its own right in the West Midlands region of central England which includes the city of Birmingham, and number four in London.

Olivia, meanwhile, remained the most common girls' name with 5,201 children of that name, followed by Ruby, Chloe, Emily and Sophie.

The highest climber in the girls' top 100 was Maisie, up 29 places to number 34.

Austin showed the largest rise of any name in the top 100 for boys, surging from number 160 in 2008 to 100th place in 2009.

England and Manchester United footballer Wayne Rooney's son Kai was one of 1,012 born last year, making it the 68th most popular boys' baby name.

Alfie was the highest climbing new entry to the boys' top 10, up 60 to number four over the past ten years.

More generally, the last 10 years showed a resurgence of popularity among names popular around the start of the 20th century.

In another development, there were 16 newborn Kings in 2009, three KingDavids, 68 Princes, eight Dukes, 11 Earls, four Barons and four Lords born.

Amongst the girls, there were 12 Queenies, seven Queens, 109 Princesses and five Ladys.

Florence, the name of Prime Minister David Cameron's new baby, was at number 80 last year.

There were 706,248 live births in England and Wales in 2009.

Sunday, 24 October 2010

Cllr Andy Terry speaks out for Villagers

On the 23rd  October 2010 BNP Cllr Andy Terry attended a public meeting at Water Orton in North Warwickshire. The village lies in the path of the HS2 rail link and this is the first meeting of an action group in the area. Dan Byles Cons MP was present and it is amazing how public opinion can change a member of parliament. Before the election Mr Byles was pro the HS2 rail link ,he confessed that he is now of the opinion that this proposal is no more than a white elephant. The people of Water Orton are unanimous in their  objection  to the rail link in fact a couple of locals attending commute to London weekly and stated that this would not benefit them at all it just is not worth the cost from a fiscal  point of view and the effect on the environment would be catastrophic.

 It may be worth mentioning Britain is responsible for just 1.7% of the worlds carbon emissions purely because we have the right kind of woodland and countryside so you just can not help thinking it is not going help building on such country side and farm land. 

Cllr Andy Terry who is also the Organiser for Solihull as started leafleting North Warwickshire, Which is made up of Villages like Water Orton.

Saturday, 23 October 2010

I thought I would Share this.

Subject: FW: Actual Letter to Passport Office -Brilliant


This letter is a thing of great beauty (even if the language is a bit strong)...You definitely feel the guy's pain!





Dear Sirs,



I'm in the process of renewing my passport, and still cannot believe this. How is it that Sky Television has my address and telephone number and knows that I bought a bleeding satellite dish from them back in 1977, and yet, the Government is still asking me where I was bloody born and on what date.



For Christ sakes, do you guys do this by hand? My birth date you have on my pension book, and it is on all the income tax forms I've filed for the past 30 years. It is on my National Health card, my driving license, my car insurance, on the last eight damn passports I've had, on all those stupid customs declaration forms I've had to fill out before being allowed off the plane over the last 30 years, and all those insufferable census forms.



Would somebody please take note, once and for all, that my mother's name is Mary Anne, my father's name is Robert and I'd be abso-fucking-lutely astounded if that ever changed between now and when I die!!!!!!



I apologise, I'm really pissed off this morning. Between you an' me, I've had enough of this bullshit! You send

the application to my house, then you ask me for my fucking address !!!!



What is going on? Do you have a gang of Neanderthal arseholes workin' there? Look at my damn picture. Do I look like Bin Laden? I don't want to dig up Yasser Arafat, for shit sakes. I just want to go and park my arse on some sandy beach somewhere. And would someone please tell me, why would you give a shit whether I plan on visiting a farm in the next 15 days? If I ever got the urge to do something weird to a chicken or a goat, believe you me, you'd be the last fucking people I'd

want to tell!



Well, I have to go now, 'cause I have to go to the other end of the poxy city to get another fucking copy of my birth certificate, to the tune of £30. Would it be so complicated to have all the services in the same spot to assist in the issuance of a new passport the same day?? Nooooooooooooo, that'd be too damn easy and maybe makes sense. You'd rather have us running all over the fuckin' place like chickens with our heads cut off, then have to find some arsehole to confirm that it's

really me on the damn picture - you know, the one where we're not allowed to smile?! (bureaucratic fuckin' morons) Hey, do you know why we couldn't smile if we wanted to? Because we're totally pissed off!



Signed



An Irate Citizen.



P.S. Remember what I said above about the picture and getting someone to confirm that it's me? Well, my family has been in this country since 1776 ........ I have served in the military for something over 30 years and have had full security clearances over 25 of those years enabling me to undertake highly secretive missions all over the world. ........ However, I have to get someone 'important' to verify who I am - you know, someone like my doctor WHO WAS BORN AND RAISED IN

FUCKING PAKISTAN !

Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Solihull BNP Meeting.


Top picture Cllr Andy Terry

Below Wales Regional Organiser Brian Mahoney


                                                                  Below Jennie Noble 


Tonight I had the pleasure of attending Solihull's branch meeting, Cllr Andy Terry opened the meeting and explained how Solihull BNP are fighting plans for the High Speed Rail link that is proposed and will wipe out villages like Water Orton, I have printed leaflets about this issue and now Solihull BNP will start the task of delivering these all over North Warwickshire informing them about government plans to replace their villages and some beautiful countryside with the High Speed Rail Link.

Next to speak was Jennie Noble, For those who don't know, Jennie was one of the founder members that got Solihull BNP up and running, Jennie spoke about the history of Solihull and how important it is that the BNP carry on working hard in Solihull.

We than had a special treat of another speaker, Wales Regional Organiser Brian Mahoney, Brian is the partner of Jennie, hence the reason that she left Solihull for Wales, Brian gave a rousing speech about how important it is for the British National Party to fight and reclaim our country.

Sunday, 17 October 2010

Shropshire & Stoke BNP Combined Day of Action in Wellington, Telford





Even though the Bring Our Troops home campaign has officially ended, our hard working Shropshire activists were out once again. This time Stoke and Shropshire BNP activists joined together on Saturday 16th October . While the Shropshire team manned the table-top in Market Street, Wellington, Councillor Mike Coleman headed the team from Stoke to distribute literature to local households in the area. This was the first ever stall in Wellington and the response from the public was very warm and welcoming.

Telford and South Shropshire organiser Phil Spencer said he was delighted by the warm and friendly response from the towns folk of Wellington. He added that at one point a large crowd formed around the table asking questions and voicing their concerns regarding the war in Afghanistan. With the help of our friends from Stoke Saturdays event was the most successful day throughout the campaign with a substantial number of signatures collected for the petition.


Saturday, 16 October 2010

Coventry BNP Quiz Night

 

Quiz Master Mark Badrick AKA Badger


  The Winning Teams.

  

Just got back from the annual Quiz night in Coventry, anyone that has been to a quiz night in Coventry knows how enjoyable they are.

The Quiz Master for the night was Coventry's Mark Badrick AKA Badger, who came dressed as Buddy Holly complete with the famous glasses.

We all paired off in teams and the fun began, The questions were full of the usual humour,  I have been to quite a few of Coventry's quiz night and Badger always manages to get a Showaddywaddy question in there some where.

After the first round of questions we had the usual 'who's face is behind the burka'

Then came the results, 1st place was shared between 4 people that came from Leicester and Phylis & Anna (Phylis is the partner of Badger and Anna is the partner of Tom the Organiser, it must of been a fix).

After the quiz we continued the night with a good natter and of course a few drinks.

All in All a very good night enjoyed by all.

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Cllr Martyn Findley Threatens Citizens Advice Bureau with Demonstration after Politically-Motivated Victimisation

A British National Party Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Councillor, Martyn Findley, is considering holding a demonstration outside the local Citizens Advice Bureau after that taxpayer-funded body engaged in blatant politically-motivated discrimination against him.

Cllr Martyn Findley said he would hold the demonstration if the district manager of the Bedworth, Rugby and Nuneaton Citizens Advice Bureau (branCAB) refused to let him offer his services as a volunteer at the bureau.

“The reason the director, David Gooding, gave was simply that I was a BNP councillor,” Cllr Findley said.

“This was outrageous as I have a long history of community involvement. I enjoyed my time as a school governor, for example, as much as I did my voluntary activities on occasion with the church.

“As an activist with the local residents association, I assisted in organising a family festival and was prepared to spend evenings burning the midnight oil filling in applications for funding,” he said.

The drama started when earlier this year, Cllr Findley responded to an advertisement in the local newspaper placed by branCAB which asked for volunteers.

“Encouraged by the knowledge that the CAB has previously never discriminated against anyone, I called and spoke to a lady about volunteering,” he continued.

“After I shared with her my volunteering experience she assured me that with my availability and experience, I sounded ideal and would be contacted as soon as possible. This happened and I passed the telephone stage successfully.

“I waited and when my written invitation to the induction day came through the post I was delighted,” Cllr Findley said.

Instead of welcoming his services, the letter from Mr Gooding informed Cllr Findley that the branCAB would not accept his offer because of his membership of the BNP.

Bizarrely, the letter went on to confirm that branCAB staff, trustees and volunteers may be active members of political parties, providing that they keep their political work completely separate from their CAB work.

“I cannot for the life of me see any conflict between being an elected member, under any party banner, and volunteering with the CAB, and there is certainly no prospect for political work,” Cllr Findley said.

However, the next paragraph contained the clause to which he took exception: ‘Active membership includes promoting being publicly associated with, or expressing the views of organisations such as the BNP,’ the letter said.

“Is there a list of organisations which the CAB discriminates against? Who wrote it and which organisations are on it? Exactly which law do they think gives branCAB the authority to discriminate against a member of a lawfully constituted political party?” Cllr Findley said.

“It is even more shocking when compared back to an earlier section of the same letter where the branCAB specifically forbids discriminatory policies or practices.

“As I am prepared to state publicly that my heart is open to all and that as an extension to my duties as a democratically elected councillor I am prepared to work for nothing for the benefit of the whole community, I believe that I am suitable to volunteer with the CAB.

“If there are any volunteers, staff members or funders out there who wish to discriminate against me on the grounds of political belief I think it is they, not I, who should have their motives questioned,” Cllr Findley said.

“I feel that I must fight this discrimination and I am calling upon members and supporters of the British National Party for their assistance. I would be grateful if you could take a few minutes and politely outline your objection to this discrimination to Mr Gooding as I feel that public pressure is the best way of getting this disgraceful decision overturned.”

Mr Gooding’s email address is david.gooding @ brancab.org.uk. Why don’t readers send him a polite email asking why he does not want Cllr Findley’s kind offer of help.

“The branCAB is funded by the Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council and Rugby Borough Council,” Cllr Findley continued.

“At the next full council meetings of the two councils I shall ask publicly, locally as an elected member and in Rugby as a member of the public, for the leaders of the councils to assist me with my struggle against discrimination in an organisation over which they share a great deal of influence.

“This will place on public record their position for/against institutional discrimination. As far as I am aware at the moment this is the limit of my redress to this voluntary organisation.

“If our appeals fall on deaf ears I consider that I shall have no alternative other than to organise a demonstration against discrimination on the footpath outside of the main CAB offices in Bedworth. I should imagine that having the British National Party holding a demonstration against discrimination outside the offices of the CAB would be the last thing that they would want, but the choice is theirs,” Cllr Findley concluded.


Sunday, 10 October 2010

Birmingham Council Decision on Asylum Seekers Confirms BNP Was Right


The decision by Birmingham City Council to stop giving council houses to “asylum seekers” is an indication of precisely how anti-British its previous social housing policy was and has confirmed that the British National Party’s accusations that British people have been put last, as completely accurate.

Furthermore, the fact that it is only one out of thousands of local authorities which actively pursued this policy, proves that all local authorities are effectively promoting policies which put British people last.

According to reports, Birmingham, which is Britain's biggest council, has taken the decision “in the interests of local people.”

A Tory councillor, John Lines, was quoted as saying that the local authority had not renewed its contract with the UK Border Agency (UKBA) in terms of which council housing was reserved for” asylum seekers.”

Apparently some 190 houses are currently occupied by “asylum seekers who have been sent to the city while their applications are being processed.

Now however, the ConDem alliance which runs Birmingham Council have decided that the houses should rather be given to locals following the news that there are currently 30,000 people on the housing waiting list and homelessness in the city has increased by 140 per cent since January.

The contract, which also includes Wolverhampton, Dudley and Coventry councils, comes to an end in June next year.

However, it is too early for indigenous Britons to presume that the ConDem coalition have really had a change in heart and are now suddenly committed to promoting the interests of British people.

A far more likely reason for the Council’s about-turn is the fact that so-called “ethnic minorities” are forming an increasingly larger number of voters in Birmingham.

According to a survey published in January this year, at least three parliamentary constituencies in Birmingham, have a majority of ethnic “minority” voters. For example, the Birmingham Ladywood constituency has a 64.9 percent ethnic “minority” voter base, while Birmingham Sparkbrook and Small Heath has a 64.8 percent ethnic “minority” voter base.


The results of a 2008 study called Mapping of Race and Poverty in Birmingham, written by Alessio Cangiano of the ESRC Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS at the University of Oxford) showed that most wards in the south central part of the city and some western wards were “seriously deprived.

“ In some neighbourhoods, Sparkbrook, Aston and Handsworth, most ethnic groups experience a higher disadvantage in comparison to members of the same communities residing in other wards,” the report continued, adding that there “is a strong correlation between poverty and concentration of ethnic minorities.”

In other words, those most likely to qualify for council housing in Birmingham are from the ethnic “minorities” (soon to be ethnic majorities) and this demographic change against the indigenous British population is the most likely real reason for the ConDem change of heart.

It seems that British people are to be put last no matter what by the ConDem and Labour authorities, no matter where they are.

Saturday, 9 October 2010

Black Country 4th week running



''Team Black Country BNP'' certainly know how to put on a show. Stourbridge is a rather mixed small town, with it's main ''former industry'' in Glass manufacture and decoration. Now however, it is mainly populated by students, and the better off white, middle-class and retired people, many of whom ''escaped'' from the enriched, and crime ridden areas back in the 1980's and 90's. So, for the second time in a year, the team decided to show up there, and were half expecting as previously happened, ''a gaggle of bearded left-wing union and UAF types, popping up and trying to give leaflets out in competition''. Nothing but admiration and fabulous comments from the public could be heard though, as people like Ken, Jill and Arthur, all related what they really thought about the war, and the state of the region and country at large.

John interviewed an elderly couple, named Jill and Arthur, and they said: ''We think it has gone far enough. Our soldiers should be here, looking after our country, not fighting for other countries to gain democracy. This country cannot afford the war, and the poor young men coming home either dead, or worse, injuried horribly, is absolutely disgraceful''. The donations were actually up this time, and one young family man said the party was the only one left with ''guts and determination to say it as it is''. Contrary to the media lie, it seems to be a wider public, and not just elderly who knew nothing of multi-culturalism before the war, or the ''football hooligan'' types, who are openly coming up and supporting the party. Another fellow, Ken, said that he has a brother in Australia, and it is now not uncommon to call Britain, in his words ''the dustbin''.

Ken continued: ''We should bring our lads home as soon as possible, and put them on the borders here. The blasted politicans are the ones who have disregarded our wishes, and then tax us to death for the privelage.'' Ken was brilliantly vocal in his analysis of the last three governments and their leaders, and continued: ''I have voted BNP for the last two elections, and will never trust the other lot again, we should start at the top, and get rid of the whole damned lot of them''. As previously mentioned, a gagle of leftists and union types tried hard last year, to instigate anger with the public, but ended up attracting ordinary members of the public to the cause of British Nationalism. This time, there was not a murmer, and the donations tin seemed to be even fuller as fivers, pound coins, and loose change rolled in regularly throughought the day.

The large, two table stall, is now famous in and around the Black Country, even receiving a comment last week from America, and this time it was situated where friend or foe, the latter no where to be seen, could access it from both sides. Organiser Rob Weale, told former councilor Russ Green that: ''I thought Stourbridge would not produce such support, as students tended to be brainwashed, but every age group was very supportive. I'd like to thank all those who attended the table-top campaign, and everyone who has signed the petition.'' John asked Branch Secretary, Simon Foxhall, what his reaction to all this was. ''I have been very surprised, especially here at the final week in Stourbridge. I've been a member for no where near as long as John and Russ, but I'm really glad I joined, and became active, as it really does the heart and soul good. I'd advise anyone thinking of getting involved, like our latest activist Scott, to do so as often as possible, because we are fighting for everything our forefathers did, only now, it's our very existance at stake.'' Once again, thanks to all who signed this very important, and emotive petition, and well done to all BNP branches and activists for being brave enough to do what our pathetic, and treacherous politicians dare not.

Shropshire out on the Campaign




The Shropshire British National Party's "Bring Our boys Home" continues unabated with local activists visiting a number of small towns and villages all in the space of one day.

On Saturday 9th October, newly appointed Telford & South Shropshire Organiser Phil Spencer and his team began their day of action in the market town of Craven Arms. Phil reported "We received an exceptionally warm welcome from local people. As well as leafleting the town centre and nearby residential area, our team attracted a lot of interest in the stall which resulted in a fair number signatures being collected for our petition".
Phil continued " After a successful start in Craven Arms, it was off to the picturesque town of Church Stretton - via several villages where the team stopped to leaflet. When arriving at Church Stretton we were met with the same great response that we had received earlier that morning."

After a busy and productive day of campaigning in South Shropshire, Phil and his team discussed plans for next weekend's activities. All agreed that the "Bring Our Boys Home" campaign is proving to be most successful and positive campaign the party has ever run.

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

TELFORD and SOUTH SHROPSHIRE New Group Formed


Phil Spencer who is the Telford Organiser (pictured above on left) has took over the reigns at South Shropshire from West Midlands press officer James Whittall, The group has been renamed  Telford & South Shropshire.

James Whittall has been organiser for South Shropshire for quite a few years now, James has been very successful in South Shropshire, James made sure that Shropshire fielded a full slate of Parlimentary Candidates in this years General Election for the first time. James has helped to ensure the British National Party as got a strongfoot hold in Shropshire. 

James will continue  his hard work in the West Midlands as press officer, he is also very busy now travelling all over the country visiting groups as one of the British National Party's top speaker, With very little time left to carry on the continous growth of South Shropshire he has passed the Organisers role over to Phil Spencer.

Phil who is also the West Midlands Training officer is looking forward to the challange and to carry on the good work.


Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Shrewsbury BNP Meeting

 

Shrewsbury BNP's latest meeting on Monday 4th October, saw the party's newest Councillor, Phil Reddall address an enthusiastic gathering of members drawn from right across the county of Shropshire. As well as speaking about his new a role, Councillor Reddall did the honour of presenting awards to two North Shropshire members - the dynamic mother and daughter duo, Margret Clarke and Jayne Hill.  (Pictured above) 

To rapturous applause, long serving member Margret received her award for her outstanding loyal commitment to the party, whilst Jayne received her award for North Shropshire activist of the year.

Councillor Reddall then introduced rising BNP star James Whittall who enthralled the audience with a blistering speech that weaved together an inspirational chapter from Britain's medieval past with the political struggle that today's patriots are presently engaged in. Mr Whittall really struck a chord with the audience when he criticized the ConDem government's appeasement of Islam, it's insane commitment to the futile war in Afghanistan and wasteful foreign aid.

Also present were Telford organiser Phil Spencer and Shrewsbury organiser Karl Foulkes who later discussed with members, forthcoming activism - including the ongoing the "Bring our boys home" campaign being rolled out across the county. The rest of the night was taken up with socialising with a drink and friendly chat - as well tucking in to a delicious buffet prepared by the local BNP ladies.

Everyone agreed it was an extremely positive and productive evening

One of my favorite clips of this great British Comedian R.I.P

Friday, 1 October 2010

Here is some Humour for you all

This is a very funny clip, and scare you into joining Islam.

Cannock BNP Meeting


Above Terry Cannock Organiser
Below John Ryde

I attended another BNP meeting last night, This time it was a trip up the A5 for me to Cannock.



The main speaker was East Midlands press officer and Parish Councillor Mr John Ryde.



John is a very passionate speaker and he spoke about various subjects such as the state of the economy and the financial pressures we are all under, John also went on to explain about Common purpose and what Common purpose's aims are and how it will affect us.



After his speech John did a Q&A session on these subject and there were plenty of questions for him.



Next up was Terry the Cannock Organiser, Terry spoke about the need for activism and the important role it plays in the BNP, he also highlighted the success of the Bring our Boys (Girls) Home campaign and outlined the plans for this weekend's activity's.



It looks like this weekend is going to be very busy for Cannock BNP, and the pictures from this weekend will be on this blog early next week.

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