By Eddy O'Sullivan - The regular monthly meeting of the British National Party’s Manchester Branch was held on Sunday 18th of March at their usual North Manchester venue.
The event was well attended by the core membership and chaired by Manchester Deputy Organiser Eddy O’Sullivan. Other Party officials in attendance were Gary Tumulty, Salford Organiser, and Phil Coe, Manchester fund holder.
Following the increasing number of media reports regarding the alleged Muslim grooming gangs operating in our towns and cities, below we reproduce a number of references – going back to 2005 – to illustrate that this problem is not a new problem.
It is painful to acknowledge that we will have no choice but to keep updating this reference page on a regular basis, until the police take the serious action necessary to halt this epidemic.
The British National Party’s struggle to preserve indigenous culture is exemplified by the polarity of St George’s Day celebrations in England today: traditional family festivals contrasted with multicultural appropriations complete with black “Islamic” St Georges.
Complaints have started to pour into Nick Griffin MEP’s Northwest constituency office from aggrieved voters in Manchester after it was announced that the city’s cathedral had decided to Africanise St George and turn this traditional day into a jazz festival.
A new video filmed on the streets of Rusholme in Manchester has illustrated the extent to which that part of the city has been completely colonised and turned into what seems to be part of Pakistan.
The outrageous scams perpetrated by bogus “colleges” run by Third World immigrants in the greater Manchester area is just one example of how mass immigration is “justified,” a new BNP video has revealed.