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.
A great victory for the British National Party and the new spirit of patriotic militant action that is spreading not just among our own people, but among the wider public. Everyone agrees enough is enough! That's the reality of the Home Secretary's decision, announced this lunchtime, to ban Muslims Against Crusades (MAC). There is no doubt that Theresa May's hand was forced by the thought that our vigil, demonstration, and our taking a stand against the poppy burners would become national and indeed international news.
Anjem Choudary and his Muslims Against Crusades hate-mob are still threatening to burn poppies and disrupt the Armistice Day Two Minute Silence outside the Royal Albert Hall this Friday 11th November. Cameron and the ConDems are still refusing to do anything to stop them, and we know from last year that the cowardly PC police and courts will do nothing or just slap a wrist or two.
Nick Griffin’s MEP office has released the latest part of the snowballing Protect the Poppy campaign. The drive to stop a repeat of last year’s Muslim poppy burning outrage outside the Royal Albert Hall moves up another gear today as banners for the demonstration go into production.
“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.
A Muslim fanatic has been fined a mere £50 for burning poppies and chanting hate slogans on Armistice Day.
Emdadur Choudhury, 26, was part of a demonstration by members of the so-called Muslims Against Crusaders who protested at the end of a march celebrating the UK's armed forces, on 11 November last year.
Ninety percent of people arrested for the cannabis factory plague sweeping Scotland and elsewhere are of South East Asian origin, the Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has announced.