Wednesday, 11 May 2011

No joy for BNP in parish councils bid

ATTEMPTS by the British National Party to win parish council seats in Bedfordshire failed miserably on polling day.

The party fielded candidates in Slip End and Caddington, but both failed to win a seat.

In Slip End, Peter Fehr received two per cent of the vote with 81 votes. And in Caddington, Stephen Bridgeman 180 votes, also giving him just two per cent.

In Caddington, nearly 10,000 people turned out to vote, and in Slip End the figure was nearly 3,500.

For the parish councils of Barton, Chalgrave, Harlington, Silsoe, Streatley, Sundon and Toddington the parish councils remain unchanged as the seats were uncontested.

Luton News

Sunday, 8 May 2011

Milton Keynes "England Is Ours" Website Incites Violence

Milton Keynes nationalists have used the "England Is Ours" website as a background source of ideology in recent months. In the wake of the election disaster for the far-right this week a post appeared on the site tonight that can only be interpreted as a strong and viscious incitement against the presence of minority ethnic communities in this country.

Time For Action Calling All Patriots!!!
The feud between different religious, ethnic and ideological groups in Britain has be simmering since the introduction of multiculturalism in the 1950 s.

Communities in the UK have been ripped apart by immigrants entering this country from the third world. People from uncivilised, uneducated and tribal regions of the globe have entered the UK and without a doubt increased crime ratesand influenced gangster culture such as pimping, violence and drugs over the last 15 years.

The statistics appear to back this up and the police appear either scared or powerless because of PC to take any measures to tackle this.

So the question is do we as British Patriots take the law into our own hands using violence by actively putting pressure on foreign criminals to leave the country??

Should they be executed immediately upon capture aswe don’t have the resources or money to accommodate them in the prison system??

Or be on the safe side, should all foreigners who have not been here for 3 generations be rounded up and taken to Dover where boats will be waiting to take them to a suitable country??

I believe its time for action and to draw a line in the sand.’ Freedom is earned with the blood of Patriots ‘ and i believe its the right social and economic conditions for true British people to unite and rid this pleasant land of the scum that’s been allowed to dominate our society for far to long now.. Diplomacy has failed..

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Far-Right Candidates in Beds, Bucks, Herts

Given the BNP's strategy of trying sneaking onto parish councils elected, South Beds BNP thought they could emulate Simon Deacon in Markyate by putting 2 candidates up in Slip End and Caddington. With activists (pictured, 2010 General Election count) down to a bare minimum, organiser Peter Fehr was forced to put himself up for candidature in Slip End with Houghton Regis' Stephen Bridgeman taking the ward of Caddington, where the party has a good number of its (paper) supporters. Local anti-fascists have already completed 2 drops in the area - one with the Hope not Hate tabloid and another with UAF literature. The BNP are so strapped for cash that they have been forced to put out left-over leaflets from the Barnsley parliamentary by-election. Interestingly, Fehr gives a High Town address for this election, whereas he lived in Leagrave acting as an agent for last year's general election. Of course Fehr was well-known previously as an activist in the Farley area - gets around, this guy.With former North Beds organiser Phill Carter moved away from Shefford with her fiancee and Bedford organiser Robin Johnstone disillusioned and inactive, there are no candidates at in the Central Bedfordshire council elections.

In 2007 it was Steve Sherwood, Barry Taylor and the rest of the Milton Keynes BNP crew who poked their nose into the Luton Council election, standing Rob Sherrat and our friend Chris Brennan in Round Green and Farley respectively. Four years later and they can only muster a single candidate - Stephen Bridgeman again. Fehr only had to wander into the living room to get his son Damien to propose the nomination.Ageing skinhead Michael Bluestone (pictured) is seconder.Unfortunately, Farley English Defence League activist Kevin Carroll was not one of the nominees this time round, unlike in 2007 ......

Whereas Simon Deacon is pictured here shaking hands with Eddie Butler, the BNP's one-time Eastern Organiser, he fell out with the BNP leadership a year ago. Along with the core of the BNP Broxbourne activists, Deacon has moved over to the English Democrats. Deacon is standing to be re-elected on the Markyate Parish Council (there will be an election this time,) as well as in the Bennetts End ward of Dacorum Borough Council. Four BNP stalwarts stand in Broxbourne, including former councillor Ramon Johns and sub-regional organiser for the East of England, Steve McCole. North Herts activist Reg Norgan has hung up his snooker cue and so, unlike previous years, there are no BNP candidates in Hitchin, Letchworth or Stevenage.

The very active BNP group in Milton Keynes decided not to stand for election this year - instead they decided to campaign against the building of a mosque on the site of the Plough pub, Bletchley. They have shown their intention of standing next year, however. An old face from the past - Anna Seymour (pictured) - has decided to stand for the Stantonbury - Bradville parish council seat, however. Anna is a former BNP activist associated with the dreaded Barry Taylor and key organiser of memorial meetings for the late John Tyndall for the past few years. in 2008 she broke ranks with the national BNP and stood for the English First Party in the Whaddon Ward bye-election. Interestingly, Anna has mixed-race children through her marriage to a black American. She is not standing under a party banner for this forthcoming election, preferring to describe herself as "Bradville Resident for Twenty Six Years."

Monday, 25 April 2011

Milton Keynes BNP Youth Leader Arrested

Kieren Trent, leader of the British National Party’s “young adults” organisation Resistance, was arrested by Thames Valley Police yesterday (Sunday), according to a report on a far-right activist’s blog. His computer equipment was seized.

The arrest followed a demonstration in Wolverton, Milton Keynes, against a local councillor who voted in favour of granting planning permission to Bletchley mosque. Councillor Mike Galloway, a Liberal Democrat, is a member of the Milton Keynes Development Control Committee, which deals with planning applications, and chair of the Local Development Framework Advisory Group.

Bletchley mosque has been the target of BNP opposition since last autumn, with Trent leading several protests.

Trent and another person were held in custody on suspicion of committing an offence under section 5 of the Public Order Act – disorderly behaviour, the report said. If convicted he could be fined.

The report says the demonstration forms part of a new approach to activism consisting of “explaining the failures of an individual councillor to their immediate neighbours and ensuring that the community realise who is responsible for the changes that are coming about”.

It seems more a new excuse for harassment than anything else. Trent, who has stood unsuccessfully for election to Milton Keynes council, was one of a group of BNP activists involved in a violent confrontation with Asian youths in Barking a few days before last year’s general election. The incident was caught on film, posted on YouTube, but Trent was not charged despite being clearly visible landing blows and kicks to someone on the ground.

Trent is pictured posing with a gun in front of a UDA flag on page 91 of Lone wolves: myth or reality? in “chapter 6, these people are dangerous”, downloadable at (pdf file 8mb).

Sunday, 6 March 2011

Herts and Beds Sub-Regional BNP Organiser Resigns

It appears that the Griffin-supporting sub-regional organiser Danny Seabrook has resigned his post. A serial election failure, Seabrook had links with the only other Griffin-supporting unit in the 3 Counties - Kieren Trent's Bletchley group. This from Eddy Butler :

"I know hardly any of you will have heard of him, but I was interested to learn that the Herts and Beds Sub Regional Organiser Danny Seabrook has resigned. Mr Seabrook was ‘promoted’ to this position in the aftermath of wholesale sackings in Eastern Region last summer. There really isn’t a region left now, just a few units are struggling to exist. The Herts and Beds Sub Region now has two units compared to nine a year ago.

Danny Seabrook played a very poor role. He initially presented himself as an ultra supporter of me, ringing me at all hours (often in an emotional state) and he made extreme claims to other members about what was going on in the party. Then just as rapidly he switched sides and began spreading the most lurid accusations. I found this very disappointing and when people told me what he was doing and saying I initially refused to believe it."