Friday, 26 November 2010
I have no doubt that the traditional left wing activists were in evidence and I cannot help but ponder on the following question:
In Great Britain we have a traditional disposition to tolerating left wing protests and as a society we turn the other cheek. What will the future bring if the more militant elements are not curbed bearing in mind that there is so much change to come?
Sunday, 21 November 2010
There are times in life for all of us when a sequence of events falls into place to our own benefit. To say that the events of yesterday were life changing would be something of an exaggeration but I was very pleased with the way that the day unfolded. When I got up there were a few jobs that needed doing. I waa quite content getting the drill out. Removing the outer packaging on the new roller blind exposed the fact that the end fixings came pre broken so the whole thing had to go back.
With a moment to spare, waiting for the kettle to boil of course, I checked on Twitter. Chris Beverley had a status from the previous evening saying that he was preparing his speech for the following days Leicestet meeting. 'Hello' I thought. I have a lot of respect for Chris and it has been a while since I had the pleasure of speaking to him. A couple of very pleasant 'phone calls to local Nationalists later and I have time and place.
Chris Beverley, for those who do not know, has served as a councillor himself in Leeds and now has the pleasure of being the Constituency Office Manager for Andrew Brons MEP. Chris made a very interesting speech including explanations of instances in which good work has been successfully completed that would not, in the first instance, have seemed appropriate fare for a Nationalist. Chris managed to combine a well thought out and inciteful speech with a dry sense of humour that went down well in the hall.
Nationalist meetings for me are as much about having the chance to catch up with others as they are about listening to the speaker. I won nothing on the raffle but I did get to congratulate Ivan on being our newest councillor. I have attended a few meetings in the East Midlands both as speaker and in the audience and I will say that I am a fan of the way that they organise their meetings.
Sunday is football day for many in communities up and down the land and one of my lads plays in a team. Comradeship and teamwork are essential in many areas of life other than the political arena and I am delighted to say that the manager and coach believe in hard work and fair play combined with encouragement delivering the rewards. Today's result did not go their way but the lads played well to the final whistle and fully deserved their praise.
Debbie has treated us all to a most wonderful roast chicken dinner. Not a recipe in sight and still she produces a dinner that would grace any restaurant.
Must be off now to pick Sian up from Amateur Dramatics. Trying on costumes tonight for the pantomime. Families really are the building blocks of society and I wouldn't have it any other way.
All the best!
Thursday, 18 November 2010
Liberal Conservative justice, economic woes, forty years to tackle the Taliban, the Equalities Commission and the Swansea Five!
Liberal Conservative justice is a joke and if you need any convincing try this. Asylum Seekers can still access legal aid automatically whereas a great many Brits cannot. If they were asylum seekers at all I might not mind so much but we all know that the international convention is that you are only an asylum seeker if you travel to the nearest safe country.
Economically things are bad enough here and set to get much worse before they begin to get better but as is shown on the All Seeing Eye blog it could be worse. Police on a bus!
We learn that Generals think that the Taliban cannot be defeated by traditional means which makes sense because if they put their weapons down they are automatically indistinguishable from the local population. It is claimed that if there is not a rethink on strategy we could be there for forty years. Not a bad clip.
Over to the British National Party website now for two of my favourite pieces of news this week.
Firstly I present the Equalities Commission court case update which reminds us that the original case was unclear and ambiguous. Two things that the law is never supposed to be.
Last but definitely not least is the news that the ‘Swansea Five’ have been paid compensation by South Wales Police for arresting them and keeping them against their will for thirteen hours. Their crime you might ask? Leafleting for the British National Party of course. If any of the five are reading this or if you know any of them please tell them that very many Nationalists are smiling tonight including this one who is raising a glass as I type. Their compensation is well deserved and I hope that they will allow themselves some measure of celebration.
Over the years I have seen the term ‘Dirty Industry’ used in reference to manufacturing. This term is always used as negative terminology. Since the industrial revolution, until more recent times, Great Britain has been a manufacturing nation. An investor and innovator par excellence. Successive governments have deindustrialised the British economy to the extent that it is now worthy of remark should you come across something that bears the label ‘Made in England’.
The British National Party believes that investment in manufacturing and innovation needs to be a major constituent part of any economic recovery. Scientific endeavour must be invested in and encouraged to stem the brain drain which persists to this day. The preachers of the ‘Service Economy’ ignore the obvious fact that there has to be industrial output that requires servicing. Globally there are more regional financial centres than has historically been the case. The big three financial centres of London, New York and Tokyo will comprise a smaller percentage of global economic services as years pass by.
A nation that makes nothing has nothing to trade in a world where other nations have learnt to provide their own financial services so the UK needs to relearn how to make its own products. Yesterday I posted a clip of Andrew Brons MEP speaking in the European Parliament explaining the relationship between tariffs on imported goods and industrial development.
Below are a couple of clips of very different nations who clearly believe that investment in science and innovation is a good thing.
First up is the United Arab Emirates who wish to diversify their economy so that as peak oil reduces their international income they have an alternative industrial base to rely upon. It is ironic and purely by chance but please notice the British management team brought in to oversee the project because of their expertise.
secondly I offer a developed economy in the form of Germany. The Germans never stopped believing that investment in science, industry and quality control was, is and always will be a major part of their economy. The benefits are there for all to see.
In the UK only the British National Party has policies that will return the United Kingdom to its status as an innovative manufacturing centre.
Education is the key that unlocks the capabilities that our nation needs to progress. Higher education both at university and work based should be free. Free to the students undertaking relevent courses at university and free to the companies that invest in training in the workplace by means of tax incentives so that they can recover the cost. The national benefits are far greater than the initial investment.
Wednesday, 17 November 2010
Does it seem like a good idea to anyone to give billions of dollars worth of stealth jets to Israel with the regional military implications of Israel having an undetectable strike capacity, especially when you consider that this bride is in return for a very short term delay in a domestic program?
The lady in this clip is in no doubt who controls the equation.
A short speech from British National Party MEP Andrew Brons about one of the major problems with globalisation in relation to developed western economies and how, without a suitable set of tariffs, we will always lose out to developing economies such as China.
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
It has been my pleasure to meet Simon on many occasions and I can tell you that in this clip he starts off simply being himself and answering the questions put to him. In the clip of him making a speech again he is simply laying down the truth as he says it. No gloss, no spin, straight to the point and not a focus group in sight. It amazes me how politicians from other parties always need notes if not a script. The culmination of the clip is of Simon alongside Tanya Lumby outside the Royal Court of Justice in London and again, our Simon does not need a spin doctor to tell him what to say.
Simon Darby has been a Nationalist for a long time and has certainly taken the rough with the smooth. I would recommend to anyone who is curious about the British National Party and trying to get a flavour of what we are like watch this clip and listen closely without the filter of a tainted media stereotype. Feel the honesty in the presentation and make your own mind up.
Sunday, 14 November 2010
I see no excuse for this behaviour but nearby some protesters held a 'protest'. I know what my opinion is of these so called protesters who seem to enjoy the freedom of speech that the fallen died for and that they certainly would not enjoy in other parts of the world. You should make your own mind up.
It has been an eventful week for me. Starting on Monday with a trip to London to see the ECHR case against the BNP in the Royal Courts of Justice on The Strand. After dropping Richard, Tanya and Mark off at the front I must admit I took a trip along Fleet Street and up to St Pauls before returning to park up and spend the remainder of the day in the courtroom. I have never seen that part of London before and you never know when there will be another chance.
I found it interesting to see how things proceed in the court and hearing the Barrister for the inequalities commission make his case helped to impress upon me further just how desperate they are to hound those that frighten them. It is clear that the commission is terrified of Nationalism and rightly so. I am proud to be the antithesis of the politically correct ineptitude that they seek. I was particularly proud of Simon and Tanya who had to sit and listen to an argument that was principally designed to get them convicted through a deceitful smoke and mirrors principle of argument. I would not like to predict the precise findings of the judges though it was as clear as day that neither of them was too taken by the arguments raised by the inequalities commission.
I will venture forth my opinion that the defendants Lumby, Darby and Griffin have nothing to worry about personally. To me the judge seemed more interested in identifying exactly what remained to be complied with and ensuring that this is done in a timely manner. I think that they will stipulate exactly what needs doing, when it should be done by and punishments for if we fail to comply. What they will say about costs I have not the slightest idea.
In Bedworth on Thursday 11th I had the pleasure of laying the wreath to commemorate the fallen. Bedworth always insists on having a ceremony on Armistice day itself as well as on the Sunday. A popular tradition too judging by the size of the crowd that turned out. Today I laid the wreath in Riversley Park, Nuneaton.
I was reminded today of one thing that strikes me as odd every year. After the leader of the council and the leader of the main opposition group have laid their wreaths the call is made for, ‘other political parties’. I am always alone in laying the wreath for the British National Party. The Green Party, Liberal Democrats, English Democrats, UKIP, Socialist Party, and Socialist Alliance have never been there. They truly do only turn up for elections. It cannot be said that I only lay the wreath because I am a councillor either because I enjoyed the privilege beforehand. One other thing that strikes me annually is the number of people in the civic contingent who refuse to sing the National Anthem. There are even a few that struggle with The Lords Prayer.
High court cases and remembrance services do not, thankfully, happen every week. The remainder of the week was taken up with earning a living, being a ward councillor, a regional treasurer (which I am enjoying very much, many thanks to those who have asked) and of course husband and father.
To finish off this post I shall treat you to the three clips that you see below. National Anthem, Jerusalem and Rule Britannia.
Friday, 12 November 2010
Until last month if anyone had told you that in all seriousness the major governments of the world were collaborating to spray poisons into the high atmosphere over their own countries in the full knowledge that the compounds being sprayed were harmful to humans you would have dismissed them as delusional. The fact is that the research started in the early nineties and for several years now the practice of laying these ‘chemtrails’ has been practiced.
“Why?” is a good question to begin with and global warming is the answer. The governments were so wrapped up in their own global warming theory that when scientists told them that the surest and quickest way of reducing the effects was to spray certain chemical compounds into the upper atmosphere to form a reflective shield against the damaging rays and simultaneously increase ozone, which is the earths natural defence, they went for it big time.
For years denial has been the official answer to any enquiry but now, at last, the information is out there. For a more detailed story please read: The Chemtrail Smoking Gun. An excerpt from which you can read below.
In Policy Implications of Greenhouse Warming: Mitigation, Adaptation, and the Science Bases conclusion, the N.A.S. found that the most effective global warming mitigation turned out to be the spraying of reflective aerosol compounds into the atmosphere utilizing commercial, military and private aircraft. This preferred mitigation method is designed to create a global atmospheric shield which would increase the planet’s albedo (reflectivity) using aerosol compounds of aluminum and barium oxides, and to introduce ozone generating chemicals into the atmosphere.
This method was the most cost effective, and yielded the largest benefits. It could also be conducted covertly to avoid the burdens of environmental protection and regulatory entanglements.
It is evident to anyone who cares to look up, that this mitigation is now being conducted worldwide and on a daily basis. It is certain that our leaders have already embarked on an immense geoengineering project; one in which they expect millions of human fatalities, and consider these to be acceptable losses.
Are you suffering from exposure to these toxins sprayed over us by our own governments in the name of Geoengineering? How many have already died due to this polution? I do not have the answer to these questions but since the mainstream media seem to be comprehensively ignoring this story I assume it is a valid assumption that our government does not want you to know, or god forbid ask questions.
Where is the democratic process? This environmental pollution could be killing people right now but nobody knows for sure. You were never told about this by a politician on their hustings platforms or in an election broadcast. I can assure you that the British National Party would not bow down to pressure to take this step. Population control is a global concern and must be discussed but this is monstrous!
The clip below is absolutely disgusting and shows Muslim protesters burning a giant poppy and shouting, “British troops burn in hell!” My questions are twofold: firstly where was this covered on the television. Important because it is the main instrument of mind bending used upon the people in this country and secondly where is the protest from what we are told are the overwhelming majority of moderate mainstream Muslims who would not agree with this course of action?
I seem to remember that not very long ago the world sat on the edge of its collective armchairs to see whether or not a minister in Florida went ahead with burning an Islamic text. As symbols go the poppy is right up there with any religious text. Burning the poppy is worse because the poppy encourages reflection on the fact that we should remember the horrors and ensure that such conflict never reoccurs.
Back in the days of the Irish troubles there were marches for peace and virtually every Irish person you knew would say that the terrorism should cease. This is not the case with followers of Islam who may believe that the course of action is not one that they would take themselves but will not condemn it because they agree with the message.
It is an honour to lay the wreath representing the British National Party on Armistice Day in Bedworth. Debbie was with me and we made certain that we were early. Not only so that we could make sure that Andrew met up with the ACF in good time but also because if you have to rush to an event it does spoil the start.
After the ceremony was over I managed to film the parade as they passed the civic party. The first clip is of the Band of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers as they lead the forty five standard bearers and the first group of ex-servicemen. The second clip is of the Royal Marines drummers leading the main body of the parade. I uploaded the clips to YouTube but they showed as ‘processing’ until this morning which is a bit annoying so here they are for you now.
As is intended these are very thoughtful occasions and my mind was split between the past and present conflicts. My father delved quite deeply into our family tree when he retired and I remember him showing me that before the first world war we had a broad oak of a tree whereas after the second world war that tree was much, much slimmer which is a fact that will be common to many of you reading this. I also thought about the troops that are serving today as we go about our daily lives and I could not prevent myself from thinking about the politicians around me who all belong to parties that support the wars. I am entitled of course but could not bring myself to attend the civic reception that always follows these occasions as I could not see beyond the blood dripping from their fingers.
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
This man was not in court yesterday and was poorly briefed by his source.
The piece after discussing the protesters where he says that the case today (now yesterday) is about whether the constitution bars certain ethnic groups from joining the party is incorrect and sensationalist. I stood outside at the end waiting for Simon and Tanya to emerge to thank the people who had supported them all day and I had a chat with a mixed race member who was in no doubt at all that he was a party member. Whoever briefed this gentleman about the intention of the judges was not listening yesterday as they clearly stated that they were looking to ascertain exactly in what way the BNP is failing to comply, if indeed it is, and laying down direction as to what should be done next and stating both a timespan and punishments to be applied if the court is not complied with this time. The matter of costs was referred to by the barrister from the inequalities commission but the judges made it clear throughout that there were points that would have to be taken into consideration when discussing costs. The last sentence in the piece is undoubtedly correct.
Up early and off to fetch the Lumbeys and activist Mark Wilson. The journey to the court was hampered only by grim weather and traffic delays. It has been a long time since I drove to the capital regularly and traffic has only got worse.
There was a very good crowd outside the court holding placards and flags. I did a quick head count and there were approximately two hundred outside. Passing motorists who tooted were treated to a cheer and I am told there were many such occasions throughout the day.
The architecture of the courts is spectacular and the best way to see such buildings is to get comprehensively lost. Knowing that the beginning of court cases is less interesting than watching naval fluff unravel I wandered. I was not disappointed, the highlights for me being the art on display (not an artistic bone in my body but I like to look at the work of others) and a display of legal costumery across the ages. Believe me folks if photography was not prohibited there would be an impressive gallery for those interested to click on.
The courtroom was packed and there were several familiar faces. The advantage of being in court in person of course is that you can form your own opinion rather than decoding the messages contained in the reports of others. Being a plain speaker you will not have that problem here.
It was obvious from the outset that the Barrister for the inequalities commission was intent on dragging the case out as long as possible by rearticulating paragraphs and clauses in detail. The two judges were clearly not amused and several times put him back on track. The morning session was interminable but after lunch, during which time I believe the judges decided to move things forward, the progress was measureable by the discontent on the faces of both the legal team of the commission and the few against us in the public gallery bright enough to keep up with proceedings.
The judges were never soft touches but after lunch they asked for, and secured, some useful positions. Firstly that the commission is not particularly seeking prison time for anyone. The judge also said that they are not seeking to create a martyr out of the case. The commission is leaving remedies to the judges. The commission was also forced to concede that the original order had been complied with on many points but not on time. The judges made it quite plain that they are not interested in punishing minor indiscretions that have already been corrected. They are only interested in identifying exactly what the party still needs to do to comply with the order and, because of being slow to conform in the past, what the punishment will be if we do not.
I am loathe to comment on further details because it is an on going case but I will predict that the final outcome will not be totally unpalatable to the membership.
Thursday, 4 November 2010
Wednesday, 3 November 2010
Banks of any size have to churn money, and they do not care whose or how, to keep trading and remain viable. Foreclosures in the US property market or rather the lack of them is the cauaal effect here. Once loans started going bad the banks did not really care, they merely foreclosed the loan and sold the property thereby remaining trading. Not ideal as it carries a loss and is a bad news story but the hit is short term and the banks prosper. Because of the severity of the recent situation they had a lot of government help but they prospered. The problem now is that they cannot foreclose because of the nature of the packaged property deals they cannot prove ownership. Foreclosures have stalled and the banks are hemoraging cash. The Federal Reserve is stepping in again to shore up the balance sheets of the mega banks deemed too big to fail by the Treasury department.
This is a massive figure and will have knock on repercussions for many currencies that traders will turn to in place of the dollar. The currency itself is not the issue to watch however. Keep an eye on the news for a resolution to foreclosuregate as it has become known. If they take too long then devaluation and/or deflation could become realistic possibilities. If enough angry citizens refuse to pay their mortgages on the basis that no one can prove who owns them then the US economy could become a basket case economy. This is not likely but happening small scale and also worth keeping an eye on.
Immediately upon hearing of the as explosion in Salford, part of his constituency as North West MEP, Nick Griffin organised a visit to offer any assistance that the local people may need.
The clip below was taken at the scene and the links provide extra information from the team.
Monday, 1 November 2010
I shall begin this post with a clip of Imam Choudary on the American CNN channel. I have to say that he is honest about his beliefs. I only wish that more liberals in this country would realise exactly what the agenda really is. Maybe if our news interviewers would take footage such as this for the peak time news then they would.
The Barcelona Declaration does not receive much, if any, news time in the main stream media either but it remains as important as ever. The full integration of all of the countries surrounding the Mediterranean sea, including those of North Africa and the Middle East, is drawing closer. This latest Euro-Mediterranean civil society assembly is merely the next step. Some of the countries in the bloc are moving faster than others with Jordan being the first to be accorded “Advanced Status Partnership” with the European Union. I believe that the free movement of goods, services, capital and people between the existing EU boundaries and the Mediterranean countries is nearer than they want us to know about.
I end this post with a ‘tail’ about a Portuguese man who was killed whilst having sex with a villagers favourite donkey whilst wearing lingerie and a pair of slippers. The man had been known to be having sex with animals for twelve years and moved away from his home village. It was shortly after his recent return that the incident with the donkey occurred.