Monday, 10 November 2008

Remembrance Sunday, region and Liverpool BNP pays respect to war dead.

CEREMONIES were held across Merseyside yesterday to honour those who died for their country in war.In Liverpool, young and old stood together to pay tribute to its war dead at the city’s annual service at the cenotaph outside St George’s Hall in Lime Street.

Thousands of ex-servicemen and women, dignitaries and members of the public gathered on Remembrance Sunday, the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I.


Yesterday seeing the old soldiers marching with the young soldiers, the thousands of normal members of the public who turned up saw the "real backbone of the country" that is our war veterans young and old. Contrast that with the spineless, gutless, backbone of Liverpool and that was the Liverpool city councillors, Merseyside MP's who were in attendance. However judging by the size of Lord Mayor Steve Rotheram (a "do nothing" Fazakerley Labour councillor according to Fazakerley residents) he clearly participates in every ceremony that involves food eating!

Considering the amount of PC brainwashing that goes on throughout Liverpool, the country and our celebration of diversity that is everything "non British" I would like to know where the "diverse" part of our city was yesterday for "our ceremony". Putting it simply out of the thousands that turned up I can count on the fingers of one hand the people who were likely not to have been British. Whatever is being attempted with this brainwashing exercise it is obviously not working is it.

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