Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Back To Basics With New Manchester BNP Leaflet




Manchester British National Party has gone back to basics with this new leaflet which has hit the streets of the city, the leaflet outlines how we love Manchester, and drums home the party core message of hope
  • Stop Mass Immigration
  • Get out of the EU
  • British Jobs for British workers
  • Safer streets
  • Protecting our identity

Steve Carden Manchester British National Party Organiser tells site “This is a very simple leaflet, and outlines our party position on a wide range of issues effecting the country today, this leaflet is red by purpose design, because it aimed right at Labour voters, Labour control our city and this needs to be changed today because tomorrow is to late

“I look forward to enquires this leaflet will generate, because the support is really out there in the streets of Manchester, We will be doing follow up visits of where this leaflet has been distributed and asking the public views on it, and asking them to sign up to the postal vote and vote British National Party (BNP)

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Can you help contact Steve right away by emailing Manchester@bnp.org.uk donations towards a second run of these leaflets and also letters of support can be sent to BNP PO Box 16, Salford, M6 7PT.

BNP Victory In Tameside As Mosque Plans Are Refused




As previously reported the Tameside branch of the British National Party, along with North West Infidels had worked with the local people of Stalybridge, to reject the plans of a proposed mosque application submitted initially by Dr Arthar Saddiqi. 

The organisers and fighting engine behind the grand plan, Muslim brother’s Mujahid and Khalid Zaheer, had a more sinister and cunning plan of attempting the slide the plans of converting the Old Pineapple Inn, Kenworthy Street through as a ‘community centre’ with an on-site mosque, with ambitions of opening 7 days a week including bank holidays 7AM till 11PM.

Under no illusions of goodwill the Muslim trio and their proposals for the new mosque, had the local community in uproar and lead them to contact the British National Party for help and our intervention to halt the mosque application, An online petition was set up locally accompanied by a written door to door public petition headed by the locals and North West Infidels with the weight of the British National Party behind them.

On the 11 November 2013 Tameside Borough Council Planning department finally brought the scheme to an end and rejected and denied the ‘community centre / mosque’ application for the foreseeable future, on the grounds and impact it would have on residents lives, such as inadequate parking facilities.

Kay Pollitt, Tameside British National Party Organiser said “I am delighted with the news of the Stalybridge Mosque application being rejected, I would like to thank them people who saw straight through the wicked plans of the Muslim three who wanted to open this door to hell for them residents.

“Another thank you goes to woody from the NWI who worked alongside the British National Party in Tameside and gave it his all to aim for the same goal, stopping the mosque.

“It is good nationalists can come together forget their politics and work as one for the cause of saving Great Britain and I look forward to working with you guys again”.

To contact Tameside British National Party email Tameside@bnp.org.uk letters of support can be sent direct to BNP, PO Box 16, Salford, M6 7PT.

Sunday, 10 November 2013

Tameside BNP Say “No to Mosque Plans”


Tameside British National Party join with other nationalists and residents of Stalybridge, to say no thank you to new mosque proposals application submitted by two muslim 
brothers Mujahid and Khalid Zaheer.

The application is to convert the old Pineapple pub situated on Kenworthy Street, Stalybridge into a community centre with a mosque on site, further to the application it would like to see the new project open 7AM till 11PM seven days a week including Christmas and bank holidays.

Outraged locals have started an online petition which has seen over 1450 people sign, and a further paper petition was took onto the streets of Stalybridge and received a further 1000 signatures, Hitting the headlines in the Tameside Reporter a public meeting was to be held on the 9th October 2013, to come and meet and greet the applicants of the mosque with a chance to air any concerns. 


 A week before the public meet was called the British National Party through facebook social media site had scores of concerned locals making contact asking for help, and for us to oppose the application and stop the mosque being formed.

A flash demo was called locally on the morning of the public meeting to raise awareness of the proposed plans for the town, and at the last minute the meeting was pulled by the two muslim organisers.

Kay Pollitt Tameside British National Party Organiser tells correspondents “There is no big population of muslims in Stalybridge, so there is no requirement for a new mosque as it offers no real benefits to the locals, Ashton is very close to Stalybridge and harbours more than 3 bringing the city’s  total up to 7, we don’t need another one.


“The locals are talking in depth about the effect it will have on everyday life, like the noise pollution it will produce with the chanting of Muslim hymns to all hours, the parking issue it will bring along also with concerns of antisocial behaviour from those Muslims  who like to segregate themselve’s away from us British but in a more sinister outlook we must remember it is Muslims who like to groom our children.

“I would appeal to Mujahid and Khalid Zaheer and say please do not open another mosque in this area, as we the locals don’t want it, we did come to the meeting to put our concerns direct to you and it was cancelled by yourselves, and a missed opportunity to see what people think”. 

In a unsavoury interview Stalybridge Labour MP  Jonathan Reynolds told local journalists “I have no objection to any new mosques. Tameside is home to many Muslims and that is something to be proud of. It’s true that Stalybridge doesn’t have a significant Muslim community and so I’m not aware of a large demand for a mosque, but in terms of a planning application that is not a material issue”

To contact Tameside British National Party, email Tameside@bnp.org.uk or write to Tameside BNP, C/O PO Box 16, Salford, M6 7PT