Birmingham British National Party activists are delivering leaflets to residents in Quinton, West Birmingham, informing them why they have been abandoned by the local police force and councillors.
The Birmingham branch of the British National Party continued Nick Griffin’s EU ReferendumNOW campaign on Saturday 1 October in the East Birmingham area of Sheldon. The response from the public was excellent, with another 156 signatures collected for the petition to get us out of the EU.
Birmingham British National Party activists continued their work for Nick Griffin’s EU ReferendumNOW petition in Northfield last Saturday, signing up several new activists in the process.
The British National Party’s Birmingham branch held their third meeting of the year in North Birmingham last Saturday. Rather than giving a speech, special guest speaker Nick Griffin MEP opened the floor up to questions on any subject, providing for a very interesting evening.
Birmingham British National Party continued their hard work on Nick Griffin’s EU ReferendumNOW campaign in the East Birmingham ward of Acocks Green last Saturday, collecting over 100 signatures in two and a half hours.
Teams of activists led by Birmingham organiser Paul Hickman and Black Country organiser Robert Weale held their third ReferendumNOW stall in as many weeks, in the Yardley Wood area of Birmingham.
Birmingham City Council has become the first in Britain to outsource posts to India, as part of its huge cost-cutting exercise to shed £213 million from its budget over the next four years.
The physical extermination of whites from British cities through ethnic cleansing has taken another leap forward with the news that British children are a minority in both Birmingham and Leicester.
West Midlands police have confirmed that they are investigating several new incidents of “racial abuse” against Territorial Army soldiers who have been spat upon and abused by Muslims in Birmingham.
The Third World colonisation of Britain has pushed schools in Birmingham and London to “meltdown” as this country’s population has risen at a rate double that of the last decade, new figures have shown.