Saturday, 14 March 2009
Labour thugs attack BNP activists then on the following day a Labour councillor racially abuses Welsh BNP member!
The ultra-successful Battle for Britain road show hit Wigan last night raising an amazing £2,200 for the Euro election fund despite a violent attack on BNP members elsewhere in the area by Labour-Party supporting thugs and police harassment which saw three venues threatened into closing.
The evening itself went off without a hitch thanks to the superior organisational ability of the road show team. The standing room only crowd of well over one hundred people were treated to speeches, a film, re-enactors and a sound and light show which left not a dry eye in the house.
Earlier, the Labour Party Stasi, also known as the Greater Manchester Police, sent officers to no less than three venues the BNP had lined up to host the road show. In an act which was completely illegal, and which will be the subject of court action, the Stasi told the venue owners that if they dared host the road show, the police would withdraw their licences.
This blatant interference in the democratic process by the police was witnessed in person by a member of the road show crew, and the BNP leadership will be pursuing these criminal actions by the police in the courts. As BNP leader Nick Griffin told the crowd last night: “It is the job of police to stop burglars, not to prevent political parties from holding meetings.
“When we win seats in the European Parliament and are part of the ruling body of the Northwest, we are going to make sure that the police understand this very clearly. We pay their salaries, and they are our servants, not that of Gordon Brown and his Labour Party organised and supported communist thugs,” Mr Griffin said to wild applause.
Earlier, the famous Liverpool BNP A-frame trailer and Land Rover was attacked by a group of around 30 Labour Party supporting thugs at one of the alternative venues. The Land Rover had every window and light smashed out, and every panel of the vehicle dented.
tony-wardThe A-frame itself was overturned and the skins damaged. When the BNP members got out of the vehicle to defend themselves, they were violently attacked by the racially mixed group of Labour Party thugs. Liverpool activist Tony Ward was stuck twice by a claw hammer wielded by a black thug. He was hit once in the eye and once on the head.
Mr Ward was knocked unconscious and picked up by fellow BNP activist Andrew Tierney, who dragged him to safety. Mr Ward was later removed by a third BNP man in his vehicle.
The A-frame was righted, and the BNP men left the scene. During this violent assault, the police were nowhere to be seen — they were far too busy visiting the next venue where they thought the BNP was holding the road show so they could intimidate that owner as well.
Mr Ward received eleven stitches later in hospital.
“If the Labour Party thinks they can break us with their street thugs, they are wrong,” Mr Ward told BNP News. “We are back, stronger than ever before, and we will not stop until we have rescued this country from the immigration invasion and Islamification nightmare to which the Tories and Labour have subjected us.”
National Media cover story:
Following on from the scenes from Last night Liverpool British National Party did not go into hiding but took ourselves into the public and set up in Huyton shopping area. This time the BNP team were highlighting a video which has been produced by Lee Henry to brainwash school children. In this video the TV production team brought in a burnt out car and wrote 'Nigger' on a wall, this is all in an effort to try and make Huyton and the residents look like racists and thugs.
In the middle of the shopping area Arthur Kemp was planned to make a PUBLIC speech, however a Labour councillor was quick to the scene with the police who informed us that they were not going to allow Arthur to make his speech.
After a few discussions the BNP team had finished putting out leaflets and were planning to leave the scene, but as we were informing the police the Labour councillor heard that our member was Welsh (despite living in Liverpool from childhood and being British) and shouted at him infront of the police officer "You are Welsh, you shouldn't be here!" Despite the Police officer being there and witnessing that racist comment he refused to arrest the Labour councillor and our members had to go to the police station and lodge a complaint while the scrawny vile Labour creature left the scene.