Anti-BNP Trouble Makers Plan their next move against Democracy
Anti-BNP campaigners are not content with the disruption, damage and mayhem they caused on Saturday 16th of October in Codnor. Therefore they now plan stir up more trouble and cause general disruption for anyone shopping in the City of Derby on Saturday November 1st.
On contrast a recent protest orchestrated by the BNP in Stoke was peaceful and minimal disruption was caused. The protest was in memory of Keith Brown who died when his Muslim neighbor stabbed him in the back with a Kitchen knife in front of his house. The murderer was let of lightly with manslaughter and we were there to highlight the injustice of letting non-whites get an easier ride where justice is concerned. All we wanted was the same equal right to Justice for whites – The justice a non-white victim can expect if their racially attacked should work both ways. The photograph below shows how our protest was off the road and did not cause a blockade for traffic. In fact this allowed passers by to sound their horns in support.
Guest speakers to what they’re calling “Stopping the BNP in the East Midlands – Rally and Discussion Meeting” include TUC and UNISON union leaders and Labour MP for Derby North Bob Laxton. It should come as no surprise that these usual union and Labour party suspects are organising this. After all our own MP Judy Mallibar is co-chair of the UNISON Labour Link group. A key decision to consider strategy for the 2009 elections including tackling the BNP was made by Mallibar at The latest Labour Link National Committee meeting on 11th September. However it further goes to prove how both of these organisations have lost their way. Rather than wasting their energy on preventing the democratic process they should look closer to home. The Labour party for instance has forgotten their core purpose of being was to stand up for the worker. Similarly the unions have lost their way and should be utilising its members money to claw back workers rights which have slipped away. Maybe somewhere to start would be the Clause in workers contracts that allows an employer to change an employees terms and conditions simply by serving notice on them.
As for us in the BNP no matter what is decided here we will be holding true to our own plans. I would urge any of our members/supporters to stay away from this protest of desperate, and if you are at a loose end that day get in touch at email@example.com we have plans of our own for extending the reach of the BNP in the East Midlands for that day.