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.
Nick Griffin MEP reports the latest Euro news from the belly of the beast for the World at 8. The pro-union MEPs in Parliament are looking more and more like frightened rabbits caught in the headlights of the juggernaut of reality. What does it mean for us in Britain? Well, thanks to successive Tory and Labour governments tying us more and more closely to the EU, Britain is going to get dragged down a long way in the undertow as the euro zone either shrinks or breaks up altogether.
"Our position is that 'good fences make good neighbours' … we want to defuse the 'Clash of Civilisations'." This is the core message that comes across in an interview that Nick Griffin has just supplied to a Turkish news agency. The interview in full is an important and carefully considered statement of the British National Party's attitude to Islam and the Muslim world.
Nick Griffin is urging people to make their voice heard by signing the e-petition to the Government calling for a ban on sharia law in the United Kingdom. 100,000 signatures are needed before the expiry date of 4th February 2012 to ensure the petition is eligible for debate in the House of Commons.
Clashes have again erupted in the Egyptian capital as security forces continue their efforts to clear Cairo's Tahrir Square of protesters. The health ministry confirmed the death toll from violence on Sunday and into Monday had risen from 11 to 20.
A petition calling for local jobs to go to local people in Spennymoor, County Durham, has been handed in to the area’s MP office by a British National Party official. Pete Molloy, the Party’s prospective candidate for the Tudhoe ward in Spennymoor, submitted the petition to the Bishop Auckland constituency office of Labour MP Helen Goodman after collecting almost 600 signatures.
British National Party councillors, officials and activists across the country commemorated the memory of our fallen heroes on Remembrance Sunday. Members laid wreaths at their local cenotaphs, partook in military parades and sold poppies for the Royal British Legion. Many were kind enough to send in photos and reports of the ceremonies they attended.
Yorkshire British National Party activists gathered in Wakefield on Saturday to voice their disgust at the local KFC going halal. The group were jointly co-ordinated by West Yorkshire Organiser Darren Lumb and Rachel Firth.
By Stephen Palmer – The poppy isn’t the only symbol of British tradition that is under threat. It seems that barely a week goes by when there isn’t a story in the news about a far-left council, Muslim ‘community group’ or an ungrateful immigrant whinging about an indigenous Briton flying his own flag in his own country. The latest attack comes from the sleepy village of Gamston in Nottinghamshire, where ‘local’ residents are up in arms about the horrific sight of a Union Jack fluttering in the village green.
MEP calls for mass demonstration against “insult to our bravest and our best” by Muslim hate-mob.