Hope for England - Stop Anti-English Race Hate Attacks
See you on Saturday!
New all-purpose demo placards will get first outing in Hyde
11 a.m. Hyde Town Hall, Greater Manchester. Justice for English victims too! Join us to demand that the police take effective action to stamp out the plague of race hate attacks directed by Islamist thugs against innocent victims whose only 'crime' is to be British and non-Muslim. No more Gavin Hopleys, no more Dan Stringers, no more cover-ups!
People out there know perfectly well what's going on. We don't need to tell residents in places like Hyde that their sons are being beaten and their daughters are seen as sexual playthings to be gang-raped just because they're white and non-Muslim.
They already know that. What they need is hope that something can be done to put things right and make things better. That's why, instead of using a slogan like 'Stop Anti-English Race Attacks', we're aiming to be identified with the postiive message, 'Hope for England'.
Demonstration organiser Mike Whitby has worked closely with the party's Publicity Department, and explains their rationale further: "It's vital that we project nationalism as a positive force for good. When we look at all the terrible injustices imposed on our community, it's all too easy to come across as negative and bitter.
"But negativity attracts negative people, and bad news frightens good people away; so we must constantly look for ways to offer solutions and hope, rather than dwelling on problems and hate."
On a similar note, National Organiser Adam Walker explains the use of the St. George's flag and the word 'England' on the latest posters, which are designed to be the main focal point on demonstration such as this:
"The issue of Islamist hate crimes against our people, particularly affects young men in northern England and the Midlands. Thanks to a generation of Establishment propaganda about how everyone is British, most of this increasingly politicised and angry generation now see and celebrate their identity in terms of Englishness.
"We need to tap into this new wave of ethno-cultural consciousness, just as we need to link our own appeal to the growing identification with Christian values and images that is a natural and very healthy reaction to the spread of Islam. That's why we're putting more and more emphasis on the Cross of St. George, while of course remaining committed to the concept of the United Kingdom and the British family of nations, as our Union Jack heart logo affirms.
"The new positive nationalism poster will see its first taste of action in Hyde on Saturday. The first of many such actions as we spread our message of hope. See you there!"