Thursday, 20 November 2008

Alec McFadden update

Yesterday Wednesday 19th November Alec McFadden, President coalition of Merseyside Unions quite deliberately and openly admitted that he was going to be acting illegally with the list of twelve thousand BNP members which he has on his computer.

I have been contacted by numerous people concerned at the complete lack of regard for the law which was displayed by McFadden with these threats made on the Roger Phillips show. In fact many have now taken these complaints to Merseyside police and lodged formal complaints against this Communist, anti British trouble maker who loves to exaggerate with the facts and the truth.

Merely accessing this list of which he states that he will be sending hundreds of other Union members an email to look through it is a criminal act as the list was indeed stolen from the BNP.

Anyone wishing to hear Alec McFadden incriminate himself, then listen to the interview with Roger Phillips yourself. Click on the Orange headline above and go in 1hr and 18 mins into the show.

1 comment:

  1. The arrest of the Liverpool 12 is a disgrace. The Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, Art 10, clearly states "Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authoriy regardless of frontiers". As the activists were simply exercising their fundamental human right to hold an opinion and share their ideas, please can anyone tell me where and when a crime is committed??? The fact of the matter is that Merseyside Police are that terrified of criticism from the Labour backed minorities, following their discovery that their own ranks include supporters of the BNP,their kneejerk reaction is to publicly oppress and deny peoples basic human rights, here on the very streets of Liverpool. Furthermore to then 'advise' supporters that they should not display their own national flag, for fear that it may cause offence to minoroties is nothing short of political oppression. Shame on the Police for their 'bully boy' tactics and shame on their Downing Street puppet masters for thinking that we can be treated like this. Racism really does cut both ways, enough is enough, the time has come to take back our identity, our culture, our heritage and our country!