Activists from South Wales British National Party were out this Sunday 17th to deliver over 300 of the new 'Protecting British Identity' leaflet.
This time we chose the leafy and well-to-do village of Langstone. This area, although just outside the major city of Newport (scene of the annual intimidating Muslim march) is currently unaffected by the 'diversity' and 'enrichment' of its larger neighbour.
Maybe this is why Newport's mayor chooses to live here and not in the 'vibrant' inner city?
Although he was quite happy to lead the recent march, it seems that when it comes to sharing the so-called benefits of Marxist multi-culturism then like a lot of Lib/Lab/Con politicians he's FAR less eager!
After leafleting this small village, we moved on to nearby Parc Seymour, a larger village nestling in the shadows of the nearby Wentwood.
The weather was crisp and sunny and resulted in an enjoyable few hours, good exercise and the delivery of the Party's message of hope to many new addresses.
We stopped when one of our members, who is in his mid-70s, could walk no more! With another of our activists being in his late 60s they put shame to our younger, less eager members!
Leafleting finished for the day; we adjourned to a local pub for a well-earned pint and planned our next series of activities.
We intend to be out again very soon (the famous Welsh weather permitting) and urge any members or supporters who'd like to join us to contact us via our website - www.welshresistance.org.uk or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org