Saturday 16th March saw Rotherham British National Party Organiser and activist Marlene Guest at her very best!
Marlene welcomed Party members and other Nationalists to the once proud, beautiful town of Rotherham to protest against yet another eastern-designed mosque being built in the town.
Nationalists also protested about the burning down of a local church, which had been a Grade II Listed building. Two arson attempts were made before the church was finally destroyed.
The church was owned by Muslims and before the fires the building could not be destroyed because of its listed status.
Planning permission to convert the church into houses had been refused, but the church is now a pile of rubble on top of a Christian burial ground.
That burial ground contains the remains of one of Rotherham’s most famous families, the Walkers.
The Walkers owned the foundry where the cannons were cast (Pictured right) which were used by the British Navy in the Battle of Trafalgar.
The Battle of Trafalgar being, of course, where Lord Nelson defeated the French and Spanish combined forces http://www.historyhome.co.uk/c-eight/france/walkers.htm.
After some filming at a few sites for BNPtv, it was off to a meeting place designated by the local police for the protest.
Rev West reminded the 70+ protesters that this is a predominantly Christian country but commented that Christian opinion is not even considered when it comes to appeasing Islam.
The history, culture, and heritage of local white British families are also ignored.
Many local motorists were very supportive, as were passing pedestrians.
There was also a lot of local media present but no doubt any positive impact will be ignored.
30+ local Muslims turned up but made no attempt to approach the demonstration, so instead they spent 10 minutes jumping up and down 300 metres away.
Marlene and the British National Party would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who turned up no matter who they were or where they were from. “United as one” scares the establishment!