Thursday, 24 January 2013

Manchester BNP Join Loyalist Protest

Middle Gary Tumulty BNP

Manchester, Salford, Tameside, Stockport, Burnley, St Helens and Liverpool British National Party members and organiser join Irish Loyalists and other Nationalist groups in Manchester City Centre to show solidarity to our brothers and sisters over in Belfast who have been out week after week protesting over the decision of removing the Union flag over there town hall

In a non political day of action a massive show of strength with no opposition was shown from Nationalist Groups from around Greater Manchester to join and peaceful protest out side the city town hall, in response from the removal of the Union Flag in Belfast

British National Party acting Regional Organiser tells site, “It was nice to see many nationalist stand shoulder to shoulder of this issue, This decision in Belfast to remove the flag is out of order, and the flag of our country must be flown with pride, we was not there for our political cause but to show solidarity because, as I see things Belfast first, where next?”



Footage can be viewed below.


Manchester Town Hall

Find A Beast

Beast From The Middle East

Police have issued an efit after a man tried to grab a woman and pull her into the back of a van in Wigan. 

The 21-year-old woman was walking on Bryn Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield at around 4.30am on Sunday 28 October 2012 when a white transit van pulled up alongside her with a male driving and a male front passenger. 

The driver asked whether she was okay to which she replied she was. He then invited her inside the van but she walked off. 

The van drove off a further 200 yards past the woman, stopped and another man got out of the back. He invited her inside, before he grabbed her arm, and tried to pull her. 

He let go, got back into the van and the vehicle drove off. The victim was not injured. 

The driver and front seat passenger of the van are described as being dark skinned, in his late 20s/early 30s with dark hair. 

The rear passenger is described as being dark skinned, in his late 20s or early 30s, 5ft 7in tall, of skinny build, had dark wavy hair and stubble on his face. He wore a black hooded top. 

Detective Constable Susan O’Connell from Wigan CID said: “I would ask anyone who recognises the image of the man to get in touch.  We originally publicised this appeal in November but are keen for more people to come forward and help us with our enquiries. 


 “At the time of the incident, we do not believe there would have been many people around but if you did see something suspicious or may have heard of a similar incident, please contact us.” 

Anyone with information should phone police on 0161 856 7252 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111. 

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

Manchester BNP Looks To The Future

Dot Sayers / Gary Tumulty BNP


Sunday 20th January saw the first meeting of 201 for the British National Party’s Manchester Branch. The well attended meeting was chaired by Eddy O’Sullivan, Manchester Organiser. Other officials in attendance were acting Regional Organiser for the North West, Gary Tumulty and Tameside Organiser, Kay Pollitt. The Guest speaker was Bolton Organiser, Dot Sayers.
Eddy opened the meeting by wishing everyone best wishes for the coming year and welcomed all the people that were attending a meeting for the first time.

 Dot Sayers then took the floor to deliver an inspiring and thought provoking talk. Dot spoke about the different ways that our identity as indigenous Britons is being stripped away and the various methods that are being employed to accomplish this. She examined the rationale behind it and explained the solutions that the British National Party wishes to apply in return to combat these traitorous acts so we can put the “Great” back into Great Britain.

After a short break a healthy collection was taken and Eddy spoke at briefly about the recent activities of the Manchester Branch and the demonstrations we had recently attended.

Eddy then handed over to Gary Tumulty who spoke at length regarding the region’s upcoming events. He outlined the details of several courses that will be freely available to all in the coming months. This was followed by the making of arrangements for individuals and groups who wish to stand for elections that are coming up in 2014 and detailed plans for activists in the next few weeks.

This very instructive and constructive meeting was finished off by a lively and good humoured Q&A session. One new member signed up there and then and three more pledged to join by phone during the following week when the office is open.
                                                                   

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Thursday, 10 January 2013

Tameside BNP New Local Politics Leaflet

Local Issues With Tameside

As the New Year kicks off, so do Tameside British National Party with their new ‘Local Leaflet’ design, and ready to hit the streets

It is important to listen to voters and take up their concerns with the council, because their problems are also ours, The Labour Party who run the council will not help them and offers no or little service when elected.

Your Issues are Ours

The Tameside branch organiser has taken the first step and made a leaflet outlining bullet point local issue such as housing to draw attention to the reader. It also out lines that there is a British National Party team active in the area, and asks can we help with your problems and what effect you on a daily bases

Kay Pollitt, Branch Organiser tells site, “I am currently doing the first run of this new A5 leaflet, then its feet on the street and time to post them out, it’s a great way to engage in local politics, and finding out what effects the neighbourhoods”

If you would like to get involved with Tameside British National Party, email Kay on Tameside@bnp.org.uk ring / text 07909674006 or write to BNP, PO Box 16, Salford, M6 7PT  

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Salford BNP's Social Networking

Salford BNP

Salford British National Party would like to offer you the chance to keep up to date, by subscribing to their social networking. 

Add Salford BNP on Facebook by http://www.facebook.com/salford.british?fref=ts or clicking this link

Add Salford BNP on Twitter https://twitter.com/SalfordBNP or clicking this link

Another opportunity is to contact them by email, salford@bnp.org.uk 

Letter of support can be sent to

BNP 
PO Box 16
Salford
M6 7PT

For every letter we get, along with your details we will send you a free British National Party paper the Voice of Freedom