The presence of Muslim paedophile gangs in Britain is a situation which, as mother of two young girls, “sickens me to my stomach,” the British national party’s North East regional organiser Cheryl Dunn told a BNPtv interview in Olldham over the past weekend.
Speaking to the camera shortly after taking part in the day of action on Saturday, Ms Dunn, who has revitalised the North East, said that the paedophile scandal was “absolutely disgusting.
“I am the mother of two young girls, and that is one of the reasons why I am here today,” Ms Dunn said.
Ms Dunn, who is chairing a regional meeting today to make new arrangements for increased activity in the North East, was one of a number of people interviewed by BNPtv who took part in the weekend of action in support of Derek Adam’s campaign in Oldham.
“We are part of a group of ten people who came down from the North East,” Ms Dunn continued, adding that she was overnighting and would work on the Sunday as well.
“The support from the public has been very positive,” Ms Dunn said, referring to the demonstration on Saturday.
“We had really good support and lots of people turned out . It is really nice to be here amongst so many familiar faces,” she said.
The full BNPtv report can be viewed below.