BNP forced to close membership over race bias, NU, October 15th, 2009.
Following a court battle staged by the liberal Marxist establishment for the benefit of its Bolshevik benefactor in Brockley, the British National Party looks set to change its Constitution so as to allow any non-White silly enough to actually want to do so to join the party party party.
Well, either that, or to join en masse, and stage a party take-over.
The effects of this decision upon the current membership is unknown, but while one or two might be expected to leave as a result, the majority seem happy to leave it up to the one-eyed Welshman — currently condemned to be paid large sums of money (€7000) at regular monthly intervals to sit in a Parliament he wants to abolish — to call all the shots.
Of course, the White nationalist movement in Australia is way ahead of the British in this regard, the largest party of its kind — Australia First — being under the command of a Lebanese-Australian, Dr James Saleam. Saleam’s previous arch-rival, Jack van Tongeren, was, by of his father, of Javenese dissent.
Who said non-Whites can’t assimilate our (White nationalist) values?
- “Saleam [Saa-leem],” I say, “isn’t a very European-sounding name.”
“It’s pronounced Saleam [Sail-’em],” he says, correcting me. “Saleam.”
Businessman bankrolls ‘street army’, Nick Lowles, hopenothate.org.uk.
Those bloody football hooligans are at it again.
Having obliterated Melbourne from the map in November 2006, English football hooligans have ditched their black hoodies and been seen running amok in Manchester recently (October 10). By way of that powerful notion known as the Hegelian dialectic, The Street Performers Formerly Known As Anarchists have become Zionists, as clearly evidenced by their waving of a flag — and because Nick Gri££in said so.
Anywhere from 200 (Socialist Party) to 500 (SWP) to 1000 (EDL) Little Englanders defended Manchester from imminent Islamisation, while several thousand others defended Manchester from the EDL.
By most accounts, the EDL is still in a process of ideological and political formation, with the one unifying theme being opposition to the Islamic presence in England. Thus it has attempted to distance itself from Gri££in’s cash-cow the BNP — and vice versa. The relationship between the two seems close in some localities (and by way of some firms) and more distant in others.
…The organisation is about seven months old and only started gathering any kind of momentum after 10 Muslim extremists staged an anti-war demo at a Royal Anglian Regiment parade in Luton in March this year. The big divisions are in Luton, Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff. They are a rag tag group of about 400 self-styled English patriots, loosely affiliated with football hooligan firms…
~ Under the skin of English Defence League, Paraic O’Brien, BBC, October 12, 2009.
The next match on the EDL fixture is scheduled for Leeds on Walpurgisnacht (October 31) — which side the witches are on remains to be seen. In the meantime, Islamic mentalists are planning a march from Parliament to Trafalgar Square on the same date. Mentalist spokesman Anjem Choudary is a one-man anti-PR band, having supposedly called, inter alia, for the assassination of the Pope. Ironically, like any good Catholic, Choudary seems to be driven by guilt, having as a student indulged in sex, drugs and alcohol.
…It’s a long way from his days as a medical student at Southampton University, where, friends say, he drank, indulged in casual sex, smoked cannabis and even took LSD. He called himself ‘Andy’ and was famed for his ability to drink a pint of cider in a few seconds.
One former acquaintance said: “At parties, like the rest of us, he was rarely without a joint. The morning after one party, I can remember him getting all the roaches (butts) from the spliffs we had smoked the night before out of the ashtrays, cutting them up and making a new one out of the leftovers.
“He would say he was a Muslim and was proud of his Pakistani heritage, but he didn’t seem to attend any of the mosques in Southampton, and I only knew of him having white girlfriends. He certainly shared a bed with them.”
On one occasion, ‘Andy’ and a friend took LSD together. The friend said: “We took far too much and were hallucinating for 20 hours.”
The only sign of religious fervour came in flashes of anger over Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses. A friend from that time said: “You didn’t want to get him started on that. He would go on and on about the fatwa and he supported calls for the book to be banned. But he would have a glass of cider in his hand when he was carrying on about it.”