Last Thursday’s Wakefield British National Party meeting saw a good crowd of old and new faces at their stylish venue in the village of Ackworth, West Yorkshire.
Energetic Wakefield Organiser Darren Lumb opened the meeting with a minute’s silence for our fallen heroes, before introducing his speakers for the evening.
His first speaker addressed that morning’s article by the Sun newspaper and how the British media display nationalists in a negative light. He went on to show how our opponents will always find fault even when we do so much good for our communities.
That brought proceedings nicely on to Darren showing the audience a cheque of £500 donated by our MEPs to Carlton Main and Frickley Colliery Brass Band. It was on top of the £500 acquired for South Kirkby Church Clock Tower earlier this year.
Next up was debutant speaker and super activist Alan Turnbull.
Mr Turnbull introduced himself and told the audience of his successful 18-year Army career, in which he received the Queen’s Commission, which he kindly passed around. He went on to discuss patriotism within our country, spurring a very healthy debate with the audience.
Darren closed the meeting with an open discussion of the evils of the Koran, which was very informative and showed Darren’s impressive knowledge on the subject.