Nick Griffin MEP received a warm welcome as the guest speaker at a sell-out Patriots Dinner in Market Drayton, Shropshire, on Sunday, where over forty members and supporters enjoyed a fabulous two-course meal consisting of roast beef with all the trimmings, plus a dessert.
The Party’s recently re-elected Chairman spoke at length about the troubles in many of Britain's cities and how the government is powerless to stop them happening again.
‘Those weren't riots,’ Mr Griffin told the audience. ‘There was looting with a small amount of rioting. But real riots will come, and only the British National Party have the policies to resolve the issue.’
Mr Griffin went on to explain how the government had turned their backs not only on indigenous whites but also on settled West Indian and Asian communities, in the search for ever-cheaper immigrant labour.
He finished by revealing his utter disgust at David Cameron's decision to allow the controversial artist Tracey Emin to hang a piece of her 'art' in 10 Downing Street, near to pictures of Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher. ‘Cameron is as close to a Marxist as it is possible for a Tory to be,’ Mr Griffin said.
Those in attendance finished the evening socialising and enjoying the selection of fine wines and real ales on offer, and compliments were made regarding the quality of the food and the excellent traditional venue.
North Shropshire British National Party organiser Cllr Phil Reddall said, ‘I'd like to thank everyone who attended and helped ensure the evening went so well, especially our speaker Nick Griffin and our Shrewsbury and Telford Organisers.’
‘Plans for more Patriots Dinners are well underway, with a minimum of two per year – in summer and winter – in various parts of our beautiful county of Shropshire.’