BNP: related links
In which party's Election manifesto of 2005 does the following appear?
'.... is not a consequence of 'false consciousness', economics, imperialism or the work of evil agitators, it is part of human nature.
Diary - Follow the money, the saying goes. And the result from Conservative HQ. Silence
"It was almost three weeks ago that we asked Conservative central office about the £50,000 donation made to the party by one John E Dodd, which is helpfully noted on the Electoral Commission register. Three weeks tomorrow in fact, but the frequent promises of clarification have never materialised. Frankly, we're still puzzled. Could it be, we asked, that the donor - who has given the party enough to become part of David Cameron's elite Leader's Club - is John Edwin Dodd, the investment type who co-founded Artemis fund management group?
John Edwin Dodd, the multimillionaire owner of the Glenogil shooting estate, in Angus, Tayside, who last year had his farming subsidy cut by £107,000 by the Scottish executive - a record sanction - after police found highly toxic and illegal pesticides on bait
. We thought it best to ask because it would seem strange for the Tories, who say they will do all to protect our green and pleasant land, to be taking money from one judged by the authorities to be imperilling it
, despite his continued claims of innocence. The days have passed since we asked. Since then, nothing from him, nothing from them."
:David Cameron urged to sever links with Polish MEP
"Michal Kaminski, the chair of the European Conservatives and Reformists group, has far-right tendencies, anti-racism campaigners claim"
"Prominent Jewish figures and anti-racism campaigners in Europe today urged David Cameron to sever his links with a Polish politician they claim has far-right and neo-Nazi tendencies.
Rabbis have expressed concern that the Tory leader has allied himself with the MEP Michal Kaminski, who earlier this month became the chair of the European Conservatives and Reformists group, which includes about 25 Tory MEPs.
In an interview with this week's New Statesman, the Chief Rabbi of Poland, Michael Schudrich, said it was "clear" that Kaminski was a former member of the National Revival of Poland party, which the US State Department described as "habouring anti-semitic views".
Kaminski has been accused of downplaying the massacre of Jews in wartime Poland - a charge he has strongly denied - while the National Revival of Poland party is known for extremist views and campaigns.
"It is clear that Mr Kaminski was a member of the NOP, a group that is openly far-right and neo-Nazi," Schudrich said.
"Anyone who would want to align himself with a person who was an active member of NOP and the Committee to Defend the Good Name of Jedwabne, which was established to deny historical facts of the massacre ... needs to understand with what, and by whom, he is being represented."
Rafal Pankowski, of the Holocaust campaign group Never Again, said: "Kaminski has an extreme right background."
"To have him, of all people, the chairman of a group that legitimises far-right tendencies across Europe, is somewhat ironic, [especially] for a leader like Cameron, who domestically opposed the BNP, for example."
:Convicted Italian fascist Roberto Fiore addresses BNP followers in Derbyshire
'Right-wing European activists have addressed the British National Party's annual gathering despite protests by anti-fascists that blockaded the event and resulted in 19 arrests in the Derbyshire countryside.
Last night Roberto Fiore, the leader of the Italian far-right party Forza Nuova and a friend of the BNP leader Nick Griffin, spoke to several hundred people at the Red, White and Blue Festival about the "threat" to Europe from Islamic extremism. '
:Angel-faced racist aged 12
Girl burns golly at BNP fun day
'A LITTLE girl grins with glee as she holds a golly over a fire . . . while a jeering BNP politician finds the doll guilty of BEING BLACK during a vile mock trial and execution.'
'The baying crowd cheers when the toy - dubbed Winston - is condemned and dropped on to the flames to "die".
'Goading on the assembled adults and kids the politician, a local council candidate, yells out these chilling words: "Let's get a real one . . . in the town we'll find one or two."
Neo-Nazi scum plan to march on Remembrance Sunday
[note: if you must notice one thing about the above picture/poster, notice that it is 'Rock Against Communism'
That should tell you whether they are left-wing or right-wing, (for Harry Phibbs etc)
So, any Tories reading this, remember these are in fact your allies
in your amazing defeat of communism.
Epitomised by the Atlantic Bridge
And don't forget the Thurrock Pact
"One person who may be particularly happy to hear that the NF is planning to march on Sunday is, of course, Lee Barnes, Legal Director of the BNP
. Hereï¿½s what he has written about the National Front:
The National Front is an organisation for those people who are Street Activists, not political activists.
When it sticks to street activism it does a superb job"
The National Front must become the Nationalist counterpart to the Leftist UAF.
The NF should be organising massive Armistice Day celebrations, demonstrations, festivals, rock concerts, marches, cultural events and many other nationalist cultural events, not wasting theit time on electioneering.
- this is precisely the role that the NF would do best.
I wait with interest to see what Barnes has to say about the "superb" National Front and their neo-Nazi activities this coming weekend."
:BNP deputy leader abandons "own people"
'The British National Party has put forward its deputy leader as its general election candidate in Stoke-on-Trent Central, one of its top target seats nationally.
Simon Darby will help the party launch its nationwide campaign to withdraw Britain's troops from Afghanistan at a press conference in Stoke-on-Trent on Friday 15 January. Opposition to the global war against terrorism, in the form of the Afghanistan war, will be the BNP's primary general election campaign theme, Nick Griffin, the party leader, announced at the end of December.
The press conference will also spearhead the BNP's campaign for the three Stoke-on-Trent parliamentary seats and its local election effort, where the party hopes to defend three of its nine seats and make new council gains. Two BNP councillors, Michael Coleman and Melanie Baddeley, will stand for Parliament in Stoke South and Stoke North respectively. '
:BNP member given 11 years for making bombs and guns
'Police found 54 explosive devices from nail bombs to a booby-trapped cigarette packet at Terrance Gavan's home
A drawer of weapons found at the home of BNP member Terrance Gavan.
Photograph: West Yorkshire police/PA
A BNP member who spent a decade building up a cache of weapons in a bedroom hideaway was jailed for 11 years today.
Bus driver Terrance Gavan manufactured highly dangerous firearms and explosives at the home where he lived with his mother in Batley, West Yorkshire.
Police discovered 54 improvised bombs including nail bombs and a booby-trapped cigarette packet, as well as 12 firearms.'
:Arsenal of hatred: 11 years for BNP loner who built bombs in his attic
'This is the fearsome collection of guns, bombs and ammunition found at the home of a former British National Party activist fascinated by 'things that went bang'.
For a decade Terrance Gavan stockpiled an arsenal of home-made weapons, including nail and ball-bearing bombs, shotguns, pen guns and pistols.
The 39-year-old former neo-Nazi turned his home into a bomb and gun factory, leaving hand grenades, shotguns, knives and fireworks littered around his attic bedroom.
Gavan, a former soldier, had converted it into a workshop, complete with a metal lathe and bullet press which he kept alongside an extensive collection of weapons and military equipment, including knives, a samurai sword, camouflage clothing, guns and bullets.'
:Rise in hate crime follows BNP council election victories
'Reports of racial and religiously motivated crime rose following the election of British National party councillors in several far-right strongholds, police statistics have revealed.
Complaints of hate crime increased in wards in the West Midlands, London and Essex after the election of a BNP member, in spite of declines in reported hate crime in the wider police areas. In other wards race crime reportedly rose in the runup to BNP election victories, according to the figures, obtained by the Guardian under the Freedom of Information Act.
The findings came as the party stepped up its campaign to win its first seats in the House of Commons with a "weekend of action" in Barking and Dagenham, where the culture and tourism minister, Margaret Hodge, faces a challenge for her Labour seat from BNP leader, Nick Griffin. Hodge said the new figures cast doubt on police assurances that there is no link between racially motivated crime and a BNP presence.'
:BNP leader Nick Griffin criticised for Haiti remarks
Mr Griffin thinks the Haiti death toll will be matched in Britain
'Claims by BNP leader Nick Griffin that the UK winter will cause as many deaths as the Haiti earthquake have been condemned by the leader of Labour MEPs.
Glenis Willmott said fellow MEP Mr Griffin was trying to "stir up racial hatred" in his comments, made on social media websites on Thursday.
She said: "How can anyone not look at those horrific pictures from Haiti and not feel compassion?"'
:SOLDIER OF HATE
Vile BNP secret of Prince Charles' squaddie
NASTY: Tattoo has Nazi eagle and our cross
'A SOLDIER in Prince Charles' regiment is today exposed as a Nazi fan and BNP supporter.
Anthony Phipps proudly shows off a Nazi tattoo and pictures of SWASTIKAS on his Facebook page.
In one snap, he and some pals appear to be making hateful Sieg Heil gestures used to salute Adolf Hitler.
Another shows a tattoo featuring a Nazi Party-style eagle standing on top of a St George Cross. Phipps makes clear his racist beliefs by stating his political views are "BNP".'
:BNP accused of muscling in on campaign for wounded soldier
'The British National Party was last night accused of plumbing new depths after it hijacked an online campaign to celebrate an amputee soldier’s birthday. Military officials described the political stunt as shameful and condemned the far-Right party for exploiting the predicament of wounded soldiers.
In its latest attempt to use the military for political gain, the BNP usurped an internet campaign to gather birthday greetings for Fusilier Thomas James, who was badly wounded last year in Afghanistan.'
:BNP gets link with Le Pen
'BNP leader Nick Griffin is getting tips on how to win votes from the National Front in France.
He sent key henchmen Martin Wingfield for talks with the country's far-right leader Jean Marie Le Pen and his daughter Marine.
Wingfield tells on an internet blog how he also met Bruno Gollnish - a Euro MP for France's National Front party - and calls him "impressive".
The meeting has appalled charities and politicians in Britain amid fears the BNP is keen to forge closer links with extremists groups in Europe ahead of the expected General Election on May 6. Le Pen has infamously described the Holocaust as a "detail of history".'
:Revised BNP membership rules 'still racist'
British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin leaves London County Court, London
'The British National Party was plunged into constitutional chaos yesterday, just weeks before the general election, after a judge ruled its membership policy was still discriminatory.
An injunction was placed on the far-right party preventing it from accepting new members until it complied with race relations laws. The BNP is also likely to be financially crippled after Judge Paul Collins ordered costs against it.
In what was hailed as a "groundbreaking" judgment, believed to be the first of its kind against a British political party, Judge Collins ordered that the BNP should no longer be allowed to use adherence to key aspects of its principles and beliefs as a condition of membership.
The party abolished its whites-only policy last month in a bid to avoid an injunction but in a serious setback to its bid for political legitimacy, Judge Collins found that it was "still likely to commit unlawful acts of discrimination".'