Sunday, 30 January 2011

A message from Councillor Mike Coleman

I appeared on The Politics Show yesterday to put my view of Radical Islam and the rise of the opposition to it. I tried to explain to the reporter that this rising anger against Islam was due to the recent (past two years) radicalisation of groupings within that religion and the subsequent terrorist activity that we have all witnessed. Several pertinent issues were missing from this (typical BBC report) such as the burning of the poppies and the British Union Flag in London. I'm quite angry that the editor of this particular piece removed the part out of the interview where I referred to the arrests just before Christmas of four Al-Qaeda supporters who were allegedly planning a bombing campaign in London. These alledged terrorists lived in Burslem and Tunstall in Stoke-on-Trent!

Its is clear now that the political establishment as represented by the traitor party's (Lib/Lab/Con) wish to create a whole new law so as to be able to suppress opposition to the invasion of our sacred island by these radical Islamics. As I have tried to explain in previous posts on this blog, a diabolical tyranny is forming all around us - our only hope now is to stick together, to organise and to prepare for the protracted struggle ahead!

This is the link to the politics show, Councillor Mike Coleman is about 50mins into the programme.

Saturday, 29 January 2011

West Midlands Activist's helping in Barnsley

I left home this morning at 7.30am and headed for Barnsley to help in the upcoming by election. I arrived at the R.V point at 9.15am and was greeted by the popular and hardworking Barnsley organiser Ian Sutton. We were soon joined by activists from Yorkshire, North West and even Scotland. I then spotted two familiar faces queuing up to get a supply of leaflets, It was the Black Country Organiser Rob Weale & Birmingham Organiser Paul Hickman (pictured above).

It was only a couple of weeks ago when both Rob & Paul was part of the West Midland activists that helped in the Oldham election, As Regional Organiser it is nice to see activists from my region help out at national days of action.

Unfortunately I couldn't stay for the big meeting has I had to get back to the unit to print more leaflets for Barnsley tomorrow.

So I better carry on printing.

Monday, 24 January 2011

We Are Witnessing The Failure Of Social Marxism!

West Midlands Regional officers meeting

Sunday 23rd January saw the West Midlands have their first regional meeting of 2011.

Being Regional Organiser I chaired this meeting with the help of my Management team. This was a very productive meeting with lots of positives coming out of the meeting. I was very pleased with the turnout and the enthusiasm that the West Midlands officials have. This is going to be a very important year for the West Midlands.

We heard from Councillor Mike Coleman about the plans for this years important elections in Stoke on Trent, This is the top priority for the West Midlands with lots of activity in Stoke. I must thank all Stoke activists who are out leafleting 3/4 times a week.

Councillor Martyn Findley Regional Fundholder gave a report on the regions finances.

We have also put plans in place for training and Phil Spencer the West Midlands training officer is preparing training modules.

I feel this was one of the most productive meeting that we have had and I have put in targets in place that we need to keep to.

I can say the West Midlands is ready to commence battle and is fully prepared for what looks like an exciting year, And it may seem a long way off to some of you but when the Euro Election is here, the West Midlands will be more than ready.

Martyn Findley (Nationalist): Let battle commence!

Martyn Findley (Nationalist): Let battle commence!

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Nuneaton and Bedworth Car Park Price Increases, Councillor Martyn Findley

Last night as you would expect I was at the Extraordinary Full Council meeting to debate the ‘New Off Street Nuneaton and Bedworth Parking Places Order 2011’. This might seem innocuous enough but contained within it are two separate increases in car parking charges. Rather than bring up the various items separately they bring in one cover all ‘Order’ to cover several changes in one vote. Had they taken the items individually it could well have been that there would be agreement on most of them.

The first increase is to pass on the increase in VAT from 17.5% to 20% on the car parks. The second increase is to change the tariff for the first hour of car parking within the borough, not just by the increase in VAT but, from eighty pence to one pound.

Local politics is not like that though so the date for the clash was set and the four areas in chamber were represented. The debate began with only one independent missing and one Conservative conflicted out by prejudicial interest in the only agenda item.

The public gallery was empty apart from the wife of one councillor (you really should come and see what your councillors get up to. Many of you would be surprised).

When my turn to speak came around I said that I believe that increases in fuel prices over recent months, though not under the control of the borough council, have had a disproportionately negative effect upon the ability of our poorer residents to make use of the town centres, and that if my theory was correct there would be two easily measurable signs. Firstly the use of car parks at the present charge of eighty pence would have declined and secondly that people would be shopping for their ‘essential bits and bobs’ in their local shops. (This is not something that I am against, see this link about supporting your local shops but if I am correct it is evidence that the town centres are being used less).

I then evidenced my first point on car park use by stating that it has very recently been reported in the local newspapers that the largest car park in Nuneaton will be closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays because it is underused. For my point about people buying locally items that they previously would have bought in town I told the chamber that I have asked several shopkeepers from outside the town centre if they are selling more general goods and groceries than a year ago (by more than the obvious VAT and general price increases) and they said yes!

I concluded by saying that with evidence to show that the town centres being used less was already affecting our lower income residents i can accept no case to raise the charge for the first hour of parking from eighty pence to one pound.

To my way of thinking the argument as presented in the three paragraphs above makes sense. Furthermore if there were any inaccuracies in it I would expect both of the major groups to point them out with relish at the first opportunity. That type of thing is almost a sport in council chambers the length and breadth of the land. No one found fault with my submissions and I received no criticism.

I voted against the proposals but unfortunately all of the Labour members were in chamber and the independent voted with them so the proposal was passed with the vote split eighteen for and fourteen against.

A local example of the Labour party knowingly disadvantaging the very voters that they take for granted on polling day.

Sunday, 16 January 2011

Keele University - Friend Or Foe?

Its quite clear now that the police will not be releasing any further information about the four suspected terrorists arrested on December 21st. All we have are their names and addresses:
Nazam Hussain, 25, of Grove Street, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent.
Usman Khan, 19, of Persia Walk, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.
Mohibur Rahman, 26, of North Road, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent.
Abdul Mohammed Shahjahan, 26, of Burmarsh Walk, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent.
We are told that they were planing to blow up targets in London although it may be possible that other targets were being discussed but this information has yet to be made public by the police.
I have to admit that I'm very frustrated at this lack of information about probably the most serious development (terrorists living in this city planning mass murder) in Stoke-on-Trent in the last decade.
I have a question for all of those reading this blog - did any of the alleged terrorists attend Keele University?
I have been told (don't know if its true) that the Islamic society at that university has a few hot-heads within their number.
Also, It could be that the four named above may have links with one or more of the mosques in this city, again, any information would be appreciated.

I would appreciate it anyone with any information on this matter (either confirming or denying it), please get in touch and I will be sure to pass on any evidence to the public.

By Councillor Mike Coleman

Saturday, 15 January 2011

Leafleting Campaign Continues

Saturday 15th January,
Shropshire British National Party are continuing their leafleting campaign on the the hidden Muslim paedophile epidemic in Shropshire as it has effectively been covered up by the national media, and only occasional reports have made it into the local county press.
With the help of our friends from Stoke, descending on the Woodside and Madeley area, we were able to put out over 2500 leaflets in just a few hours.
With a large proportion of Telford and Wrekin already covered by our hard hitting leaflets it is amazing what we can achieve when we all work together.
It is claimed there are at least 60 victims, all young white females, of Muslim paedophile gangs operating in Shropshire, centred around Telford. A mother of one of the girls interviewed in connection with an attack has told the British National Party.
Police could not speak out about Asian sex gangs for fear of appearing ‘institutionally racist’, a senior officer said.Mick Gradwell, a former detective superintendent, said the targeting of underage and vulnerable girls had been going on for decades.He added: ‘You have girls being abused and raped and yet the most senior officers are refusing to comment on it. On what other subject would you get that?
The hypocrisy of the politically correct brigade is truly nauseating. These noisy zealots constantly trumpet their commitment to women’s rights, anti-racism and the protection of the vulnerable.
Yet, suddenly, when confronted with the reality of vicious sexual exploitation of young white girls by Asian men, they drop their supposedly cherished principles.Instead they either deny the existence of the issue or, even worse, they collude with abusers by attacking those who tell the truth.In recent days these grotesque double standards have been fully on display in the wake of new evidence about the prevalence of Asian sex gangs within our society.
Clearly, morality should not be inverted by the dogma of political correctness. In this twisted ideological world, it would seem that the hypersensitivities of an ethnic minority are more keenly protected than the rights of abused girls.The greatest crime is not just the sexual brutality itself but daring to mention the ethnicity of the predators.
To admit the truth would be to admit the failure of Britain’s experiment in multiculturalism. Any difficulties in the creation of the new Britain are entirely the fault of racism among white people. In this narrative of social change, ethnic minorities always have to be cast in a positive light; they can never be seen as the oppressors, only as victims. That is why there has been such a long cover-up over Asian sex crimes. The illusion of multicultural success must be maintained even at the expense of the truth or childhood innocence.Don't leave it to someone else. Get involved today,do it now. Get in touch via this website and lets help to protect our children.
Together we can make a difference.

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Good Day Up Oldham!

I'm Proud To Be A Member Of The BNP - The Only Party With The Bottle To Campaign On The Systematic Sexual Abuse Of British Girls By Asians! Councillor Mike Coleman

Saturday, 8 January 2011

West Midlands Activists out in Oldham and Milton Keynes

Coventry BNP

Whilst many activists were busy in Oldham with the by-election this weekend further down south in Milton Keynes a second demo against a proposed mosque in Bletchley was taking place. The Plough public house on Manor Rd has gone the way of many pubs of late and called last orders for the last time. The pub including car park was then bought by Muslims who intend to convert the site into a mosque. Needless to say many locals were unhappy about this development and have turned to the BNP to help oppose the plans. The main con/dem/lab gang are too terrified of tackling this issue and desperately do not wish to upset the ethnic vote. Some 130 plus residents and BNP activists staged a colourful and peaceful demo from 1.30pm till 3.30pm. Passing motorists expressed their support with their car horns and gave the demo the thumbs up. In the photo can be seen the Coventry contingent made up of 3 from Coventry, one from Rugby and one from Stratford. However judging by the head wear one may have been from Mexico!!! Many thanks to all who attending including Terry and Pea who provided various snacks including of course bacon sandwiches.

Other Coventry activists led by Cov Organiser Tom Gower and a team from Stoke on Trent led by Councillor Mike Coleman attended Oldham today to help in the Important By Election. A report from Tom and Mike to follow shortly.

Friday, 7 January 2011

The BNP Forces The State To Act On Asian Paedophile Gangs!

The BNP Forces The State To Act On Asian Paedophile Gangs!

You may recall an earlier post on this blog where I explained how Stoke BNP Branch and Telford BNP were working together to expose and highlight the rape of dozens of English girls in the Shropshire area. I'm pleased to report to you that our campaign is begining to impact, not just upon the long suffering English communities who welcome our campaign but also upon those responsible for delivering law and order to our people. Chief Inspector Alan Edwards of the West Mercia Police, the constabulary that covers Telford and Shropshire, has called for this issue (systematic sexual abuse of English girls by Asians) to be brought out into the open. He says that the entire apparatus of the state has been afraid to address this issue for fear of being labeled as 'racist'!
Chief Inspector Alan Edwards is to be congratulated for his boldness in calling for these filthy child rapists to be tackled in a far more robust manner, I just wish he had stepped forward sooner, it would no doubt have saved a lot of misery for a lot of innocent young girls.
The inspector says that up until recently everyone has been afraid to talk about this issue, well, I cant help thinking that Telford and Stoke BNP's hard hitting campaign has had something to do with forcing the hand of a very reluctant state. It's also worth pointing out that we in the BNP are not afraid to address any issue that affects our people, we in the BNP will never stand idly by whilst innocents suffer - if that means that we have to offend a few do-gooders then we are only too happy to do so!
Of course our campaign will continue until all of those affected communities in Telford have been made aware of what is happening to young girls in their vicinity!

1. Why is there no call for a major enquiry as there would most certainly be if the victims were not white?

2. Why are the social workers and police implicated in the cover up not charged with aiding and abetting?

3. When the whole of northern England, where the abuse is concentrated, has two elected BNP MEPs why do the police continue with their witch hunt against officers with suspected BNP affiliations?

4. Why do police forces, while enforcing a ban on BNP members, spend £millions in order to attract recruits from the Muslim community?

5. Why is no Islamic spokesman hauled before the television cameras in order to apologise to us?

Coventry BNP organiser Tom Gower appointed as West Midlands Regional Secretary

During a recent West Midlands Management meeting in Stoke on Trent, Coventry BNP organiser, Tom Gower was announced as the West Midlands Regional Secretary. As well being the party’s Subscriptions/Enquiries Secretary, Mr Gower will take up this role with immediate affect.

After recently moving from the BNP’s Belfast Administration Centre back to Coventry, this has enabled Mr Gower to focus on assisting Regional Organiser, Alwyn Deacon with running the West Midlands region.

“Working alongside the Midas Consultancy in Belfast I picked up some valuable skills in data management and learnt little tricks and tips on how to fundraise efficiently and garner interest amongst my own local activists through mass emails and texts. These successful techniques have paid off immensely in the Coventry and Warwickshire BNP and we are now starting to see more members getting involved in local activities and socials. I hope to utilise similar techniques across the whole of the West Midlands so we can update all our members on local BNP events and activities, especially in areas where there is little organisation or activism” Mr Gower said.

“Tom has been doing an excellent job as organiser of Coventry BNP even managing to run it from as far away as Belfast. This has proven Mr Gower’s tremendous capabilities as an organiser. Tom will need little training as Regional Secretary as he already is the Enquiries/Subscriptions Secretary for the party, where he does an excellent job. Many other Regional Organisers will agree with me on this as they have regular dealings with Tom and never complain”, Mr Deacon said.

Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Stoke BNP Activist of the year

Councillor Mike Coleman was honoured to present Michael White with Stoke BNP's Activist Of The Year Award at our Christmas Gathering on the 21st December. Since joining the party a year ago Mickey has become a key activist within our branch - his ability to deliver leaflets has impressed everyone.
Mickey gave a talk on halal meat at last nights event and educated the gathering as to the enormous spread of this ritually slaughtered meat within our community. He ended his talk by roundly condemning the practice of halal slaughter and appealed to those in the audience to reject this inhumanely acquired meat.Well done Mickey.