Friday, 20 February 2009

What publicity, thanks Liverpool Echo

I know the BNP are a rising political force in Merseyside due to our stance on not being politically correct and guilty of continually telling the truth to Liverpool people, instead of lies, lies and even more lies from the current Liverpool political establishment and the media on Merseyside.

Merseyside BNP would like to thank the Echo today in publicising our day of action on March 14th, with their help and publicity this day of action is going to be even bigger and better than the last one. Obviously the Echo have to put in their usual inaccurate bile, lies and untruths which will be addressed on a post tomorrow on this site.

Simon Darby states that there has been a massive over-reaction as regards switching the Everton match from a Saturday to the next day Sunday and he is correct. But hey all the Everton supporting BNP members will now be free on the Saturday concerned to add their support against the anti democrats of the LibLabCon and the "hatred filled Liverpool Echo" by joning the BNP on our freedom rally.

The BNP is the only British political party that promotes love not lies.

To read full Echo article click on ORANGE headline above.


  1. Make sure you have enough people and also enough leaflets-some groups in the past haven't and have
    left people dissapointed-this needs to be a thing of the past.

  2. Czech leader attacks EU

    Friday, 20 February 2009

    The Czech Republic President said the EU was undemocratic, elitist and reminiscent of Soviet-era Communist dictatorships in an attack which provoked an angry response from EU legislators.

    Vaclav Klaus, who holds the rotating EU presidency, also won applause from nationalists and other anti-EU legislators during his first address to the EU chamber. Mr Klaus is known for his deep scepticism of the EU and has refused to fly its flag over his official seat in Prague during the Czech presidency, saying the country is not an EU province.

    He told the chamber that EU practices smacked of communist times when the Soviet Union controlled much of eastern Europe, including the Czech Republic, and when dissent or even discussions were not tolerated.

    "Not so long ago, in our part of Europe we lived in a political system that permitted no alternatives and therefore also no parliamentary opposition," he said. "We learned the bitter lesson that with no opposition, there is no freedom


    Wildlife-loving pensioner is threatened with £2,500 fine... because she feeds the birds
    By Daily Mail Reporter
    20th February 2009

    When snow descended on the country earlier this month, Pam Todd was more determined than ever to make sure there was plenty of food available for the local birds.
    The keen twitcher braved the elements to spread a few handfuls of bird seed in her back garden and on the front communal lawn outside her bungalow, as she has done for the last 20 years.
    But the wildlife-loving pensioner has suddenly been told to stop her favourite pastime - or run the risk of a £2,500 fine and court conviction.
    Pam says she only feeds the birds once a day and does not leave piles of food in the area overnight

    Milton Keynes Council claimed in a letter that by feeding the birds, Mrs Todd, who suffers from severe arthritis, is guilty of littering and can face punishment under 'clean neighbourhood' legislation within the Environmental Protection Act.
    Yesterday the grandmother-of-five vowed to carry on feeding the birds - as the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds(RSPB) backed her plight.
    Mrs Todd, from Bletchley, Milton Keynes, said: 'I cannot understand what I've done wrong.
    'I was trembling with shock when I opened the letter, and afterwards had a good cry.
    'What right has anyone got to preach to me about what I can and can't do? Why are they trying to spoil my innocent pleasure, when it puts these little creatures at risk?
    'I'll discuss with my family how far I should push this, but the most important thing in all this nonsense is the welfare of the birds.'
    Mrs Todd says blue tits like these are regular visitors to her garden
    The council claim that by leaving seed and crusts on the council-owned communal lawn, she is guilty of littering in a public place under section 87 (1) of the Environmental Protection Act.
    The authority said she can be fined £75 or, if the matter goes to court, given a maximum fine of £2, 500 for littering.
    Mrs Todd, 66, a keen member of her local Wildlife Trust who has three grown up children, said: 'The council is accusing me of putting out food waste and vegetable peelings, but I don't do that.
    'I go to the market and buy a £1 bag of wild bird food and I also put out a few crusts and the occasional apple peel.
    'Sometimes, as a real treat, I give them a corn on the cob - but I always pick up the husk when they've finished with it.

  4. Friday, 20 February 2009
    On-the-spot Points for Careless Driving

    'Thousands more motorists will lose their licences under plans to give police the power to issue penalty points for careless driving without evidence being heard in court.

    Police will be much less likely to give verbal warnings and will instead issue fixed-penalty notices for minor offences such as failing to signal, passing too close to a cyclist or not displaying lights at night. Drivers will pay an automatic fine and have three penalty points added to their licences.'

  5. And do you really believe the police have made Everton FC change days as to accommodate the bnp? The police want the bnp there for the riot that's being planned. And yes, say good bye to any Euro seat.


  7. Blueprint for EU Army to be Agreed

    'The plan, which has influential support in Germany and France, proposes to set up a "Synchronised Armed Forces Europe", or Safe, as a first step towards a true European military force.

    The move comes as France, a supporter of an EU army, prepares to rejoin Nato and to take over one of the Alliance's top military posts. General Charles de Gaulle withdrew French forces in 1966.Geoffrey Van Orden MEP,


    HARRY Potter books, cricket and Shakespeare have been banned at Muslim schools in the UK where pupils are being taught to hate Britain.

    Teachers are also encouraging children to despise other classic British pastimes including chess, music and Monopoly.

    Youngsters are ending up living separate lives in “Muslim enclaves” away from mainstream society, research from the Civitas think-tank has found.

    And many Muslim parents have no idea that their kids’ lessons are so extreme.

    One website for the Madani Girls’ School, east London, blasted British culture and says: “Our children are exposed to a culture that is in opposition with almost everything Islam stands for.”

    And teacher Themina Ahmed, creator of a history syllabus for the Islamic Shaksiyah Foundation schools in London, writes: “The world will witness the death of the criminal capitalist nation of America and all other states when the army of jihad is unleashed upon them.”

    Other school websites are instructing pupils not to “waste time” playing cricket or reading books like Harry Potter.

    The Al-Mu’min School in Bradford, West Yorks, says “the person who plays chess is like the one who dips his hands in the blood of a swine”.

    At the Jameah Girls’ Academy in Leicester, pupils are banned from using tampons and swimming in front of men.

    The report says: “The schools that give cause for concern are being run by religious fundamentalists.

    “Their aim is to capture the next generation of Muslims for fundamentalism and to turn children away, not only from Western influence, but also from liberal and secular Muslims, whom they despise.

    “Sometimes Muslim parents send their children to sectarian schools knowing what they are getting, but we suspect some parents are simply dissatisfied with the low standards in the local state school.”

    Report author Denis MacEoin said: “Schools have to be much more careful than other institutions in society not to expose those in their care to extremism, to hate speech, or to religious fanaticism.

    “If all that is Islamic is right and lovely and all that is non-Muslim is corrupt and evil, how might an impressionable mind understand his or her role in British life?”

    The Association of Muslim Schools said the report was based on flawed research.

  9. Police race quotas scrapped ten years after Macpherson labelled the force 'institutionally racist'
    The decision could end the positive discrimination which has seen ethnic minority applicants selected where white rivals were at least as well qualified.

  10. Union targets racism
    Feb 21 2009 by Neil Hodgson, Liverpool Echo

    AN anti-fascist conference is being held in Liverpool next Friday by Unite the Union.

    The trade union is also staging a series of workshops on the day to raise awareness of the activities of the British Nationalist Party, which the union claims has leafleted the region with alleged racist material.

    Union chiefs have invited all anti-racists to the event, held at the regional TGWU Centre, Jack Jones House, Sefton Street, from 10am to 3pm. There will be a free lunch.

    Speakers include Nick Lowles from anti-racist group Searchlight and Unite union regional official Donna Bernard.

    Union chiefs say Unite has a very strong anti-racist policy.