In the last week, Britain has been pushed further down the road towards being a police state than ever before.
Last week it was Mike Coleman, our Stoke Organiser and one of the hardest working councillors the city has ever seen. Mike was arrested and charged with incitement to racial hatred` - with the most serious allegation against him apparently being the allegation that he used the common and totally non-abusive term ´darkies` in a comment on Facebook.
Today, at least six people, quite possibly more, were arrested in a series of raids in the North West of England, Yorkshire, Newcastle and Oxford. All are allegedly involved with groups which have split away from the English Defence League in protest at the growing evidence of an alliance between some of its key figures with sinister American neo-con and Zionist lobbyists who many fear want to manipulate British patriots for their own ends.
"It looks as though this is part of a co-ordinated campaign that has two aims: First, to take out of circulation local leaders who oppose the ´hidden hand` agenda of Tommy Robinson and his pro-Zionist clique. Second, to make an example of a growing number of patriotic activists and Internet dissidents.
"The Powers That Be know that hundreds of thousands of young, working and middle class youngsters are looking at what is happening as Britain goes down the tubes and are increasingly turning to the EDL and the British National Party as the way ahead," said Nick Griffin in response to the news.
"They also know that social networking has huge power to validate and encourage politically incorrect opinions that have been crushed for years by being banned from the mainstream media. They hope that these arrests will frighten other people into staying quiet, rather than joining in the growing wave of grass-roots dissent.
"From the reactions we've heard so far, I think they're making a big mistake," continued Mr. Griffin. "People are too angry to be willing to be told to ´sit down and shut up` by a toffee-nosed twit like David Cameron and a bunch of goons from a so-called Counter-Terror Unit that can't even do anything about radical Islamists and refuses even to admit that heroin is being used to carry out a narco-jihad against our community on our own streets.
"So people won't be silenced, which makes more arrests inevitable. You don't have to be a criminal to fall foul of this repression - in fact; criminals seem pretty much immune to police action in today's topsy-turvy Britain. So everyone needs to take on board these five simple points, just in case they get targeted for daring to think outside the Lib-Lab-Con box:
Say nothing, walk free!
1) If arrested, there is only one thing you should say until you are released (as you will be): NOTHING. No matter what they say, no matter what they threaten, say nothing except "NO COMMENT." Over and over and over again.
2) Understand that the only reason the police are talking to you is to get material from you that can be twisted in order to get a conviction. So if you say nothing, the chances of them getting a conviction remain slim - whatever they say.
3) Use your one call to which you are entitled to call the highest ranking BNP member you know and get them to contact Head Office and get them to arrange for you to be represented by a good solicitor that we will put in touch with the police station. Do not accept the duty solicitor. Either use your own if you already have a good one, or contact us.
4) Right now, look at your Facebook wall, your phone messages, your computer, and make sure that every single comment by you and anybody else about any and every aspect of the mass immigration/Islamisation nightmare is written in calm, polite terms.
You CAN criticise immigration, Islam and all the problems they bring. Nick Griffin proved that when he walked free from two separate trials after condemning Muslim grooming gangs and calling for people to organise political resistance to the ruling parties and the whole ruling class that has let our people down so badly.
5) Don't let this repression intimidate you. Remember always what our fathers, grandfathers and great-grandfathers went through during two World Wars to secure our freedom and to save this country from foreign invasion.
A day in a police cell isn`t anything like four years in a trench up to your knees in mud and blood and your mates` blood. So to hell with Cameron and his attack on free speech. Stand up and be counted!