Two years ago we all watched with horror and disgusted as the police did nothing to stop the hate-filled thugs, Muslims Against Crusades, hurling abuse at frail war veterans and burning the sacred Remembrance poppy.
Last year, the British National Party and Nick Griffin MEP led the drive to Protect the Poppy by occupying the site near the Royal Albert Hall where Anjem Choudry and his Muslim extremist cronies were again threatening to stand to defile our heroes’ special day and glorious memory.
Our all-night vigil in central London was cold and damp, but it forced the Home Secretary to take action to stop their proposed demonstration.
This year, the word is that Choudry and his gang plan another attack on Remembrance Day.
They are trying to recruit more Muslims by banging on about the Mohammad the Movie trailer and ´taking revenge´ for that crude American-produced neo-con provocation by insulting our war dead and trying to defile Britain’s most sacred day.
Whatever they announce, the British National Party will be there - together with activists from the growing British resistance street protest movement - to stop them and to speak and stand for the millions of decent Britons like us who have a simple message for creatures like Choudry: This is Britain - love it, or leave it!
They joined us for many reasons
To march, to sail, to fly
They went where they were posted
But no one joined to die
Politicians talked of glory
What else would they have done
But those donkeys lost no daughters
Nor sent their own dear sons
So here’s to all our soldiers
Wherever they may be
And here’s to all their families
I raise a glass to thee