Thursday, 8 January 2009
Liverpool BNP make a stand against Gordon in Liverpool!
LIVERPOOL BNP SEES THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT’S MEETING IN THEIR CITY
Members of the British National Party from around the Merseyside area held a demonstration outside the Liverpool Echo Arena on Thursday 8th January 2009, which was the venue for Gordon Brown’s Cabinet meeting. The Cabinet meeting is only the third time it has been held outside of the capital and the British National Party say there is more to this meeting that the Government is prepared to let the public know about.
Liverpool BNP claim the real reason why the Prime Minister is touring the country is not to show to the British public that they have their best interest at heart, but instead, they are trying to form a coalition with the Liberal Democrats.
Peter Tierney from Liverpool BNP said “The Labour Party has lost its traditional working class voter base, because they have abandoned them in favour of big business. This government will do anything to keep hold of the reins of power and the real reason why they have come to Liverpool today is to discuss a Lib Lab coalition government with the Lib Dems.”
There has been plenty of support from the public with many car horns hooting from the passing motorists. This is encouraging as Liverpool BNP are planning another big event in Liverpool on Saturday 14th March 2009. Last November seen 13 British National Party Members arrested in Liverpool city centre for distributing the Party’s “Racism Cuts Both ways” brochure, which was later quashed by the Attorney General.