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.
Nick Griffin laid his personal Remembrance Day wreath in the town of Bury, Lancashire, this year. In his third annual official Remembrance Day appearance since being elected an MEP, Mr. Griffin joined the Lord Lieutenant and local MP David Nuttall at the head of the wreath-laying party in the middle of Bury's traditionally large and impressive Remembrance Day parade.
MEP calls for mass demonstration against “insult to our bravest and our best” by Muslim hate-mob.
As most of the country is now no doubt aware, a Muslim fanatic has been fined a mere £50 for burning poppies and chanting hate slogans on Armistice Day.
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.
Remembrance Day was marked yesterday by a British National Party delegation paying tribute at the Menin Gate memorial in Ypres, Belgium, and at a striking annual and unique ceremony in Bedworth in the West Midlands.
Eleven o’clock on the 11th day of the eleventh month of each year marks the anniversary of the time when the guns of World War I finally fell silent. It is our duty to remember those who died, and, just as importantly, why they died — to preserve Britain as a British country.
“Please help the British Legion sell its poppies” -- That's the front page headline of the latest issue of Voice of Freedom, which is out this week.