Social networking is an important way of keeping in touch with the British National Party and taking small, easy actions to promote our fight for our identity and culture. It's just one way you can make a difference and show you care about the cause we all believe in. Here are some ideas you can use.
Tremendous determination and British spirit was shown last night by Nick Griffin MEP and a hardy band of campaigners who travelled up to 300 miles to spend a night in freezing temperatures, camping out on the streets of London, in a vigil to protect the memory of our Fallen Heroes.
“Forward it. Print copies at home to give out. Contact your local organiser to help hand out thousands in High Streets and at football matches this Saturday. Everyone can help. Everyone MUST help!” – Nick Griffin calls for big push against the poppy burners and the authorities who let them get away with it.
By Tiggy Wales – British National Bikers is a group of bikers and pillions who are supporters and members of the British National Party. I was asked to take over the running around two years ago when we had about 60 members on our Facebook group, and within a few months the numbers grew and kept on growing. We now have 400 members online, but some patched members never use Facebook, so our real number of supporters and members is even higher than that – and rising all the time. We also welcome Trikers and Scooterists.
Our video "BBC Gets a Taste of Its Own Medicine" has gone viral. It is massive on the Internet. People are delighted to see us give the Panorama smear team their well-deserved comeuppance.
Several self-proclaimed ‘liberal’ Swedish newspapers have found a way to deal with the problem of growing public opposition to immigration and Islamification – by banning views critical of multiculturalism from their websites.
Keep up to date with the developing riots across the capital via Nick Griffin’s Twitter and Facebook profiles. Mr Griffin is being informed by British National Party activists on the ground in trouble spots in London.
The Rev. Robert West has been appointed as the British Veterans Group's official Padre.
The arrest of a 15-year old girl for burning a Koran and putting a video of it on Facebook — an act which is doubtless reprehensible — has however raised the obvious question: would someone be arrested for burning a bible?
The British National Party’s following on Facebook has leapt in membership by more than 50 percent over the past two months as the party’s website has become increasingly more sophisticated, reports BNP IT co-ordinator Chris Barnett.