Saturday, 11 October 2008

Campaigners arrested in Liverpool?

We are hearing that Merseyside police have arrested and disrupted legal campaigners in the city centre. 'Indymedia' a site which is very left wing and have been known to post militant anti-BNP information and lies has reported this:

"A crowd of two hundred people, angry and disgusted, watched as legal
campaigners from 10 protest groups had their leaflets and tables confiscated in Church Street, Liverpool this Saturday 11th October. Two arrests were made."

(We will not link to a site used by disgusting vermin otherwise known as communists)

Now you may ask why we find this of interest? Well not so long ago you may remember that Liverpool British National Party were giving leaflets out in the city centre only to be stopped by ARMED POLICE. The lefties and communist vermin were quick to accuse us of lying and saying that we deserved it, however now that it has happened to them they are crying 'OUTRAGE' & 'FURY'.

Now we as a party of Democracy and Freedom of speech strongly believe in the peoples right to express their opinion and for people to receive different opinions and views. So we believe that any restrictions on this is wrong and should be condemned.

However we would be interested to know what the 10 different groups were that had been campaigning in Liverpool.

Also for Merseyside police we would like to state this little bit of information to you:

"Political organisation do not require local authority consent to sell or distribute literature on the streets.

The convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms Article 10.

1. Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinion and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authority regardless of frontiers."

A Video of the police harassment Liverpool BNP faced:


  1. HIlarious! If they say a group of two hundred then it surely must have been only about fifteen people there.

  2. They deserved to be arrested as the laws relating to political parties are different. I believe they weren't all political parties but they all supported our arrests when we the BNP a political party where hassled by the Police.

  3. Be careful of the Merseyside Police Special Branch. They have a history of anti nationalist activity and are no friends of nationalism in Liverpool or the Merseyside area.