Sunday, 9 May 2010

General election results 2010


Gloria De Piero Labour 16,239
Jason Zadrozny Liberal Democrat 16,047
Garry Hickton Conservative 10,698
Edward Holmes British National Party 2,781
Tony Ellis English Democrats 1,102
Terry Coleman UK Independence Party 933
Eddie Smith Independent 396


Anna Soubry Conservative 20,585
Nick Palmer Labour 20,196
David Watts Liberal Democrat 8,907
Mike Shore British National Party 1,422
Chris Cobb UK Independence Party 1,194
David Mitchell Green 423

Monday, 3 May 2010

The video Labour does not want you to see

Margaret Hodge Exposed

The Barking and Dagenham Sentinel which is a free paper delivered to homes in the area has revealed shocking claims about the current sitting Labour MP, Margaret Hodge, who until now, was hoping for re-election to Westminster.

Claims of a serious cover up of child sex abuse, her expenses claims, a dramatic U-turn on her anti war stance to support Tony Blair and illegal invasion of Iraq, her preferential treatment of newly arrived immigrants before British working families. Did she know about the secret mass immigration plans for Britain?

Hopefully, after Thursday, Barking and Dagenham (and us) will be rid of this vile woman for good.

Take your time to read the shocking truth about Margaret Hodge, you can access the Sentinel link by clicking on the image above.

Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Just what do Labour think of you?

So dear old Gordon was caught out today speaking out against his own Party supporters, just because they are worried about the effects of immigration on Britain. Now this was not a BNP supporter, this was a Labour Party voter.

Gordon Brown's comments were made as he got into his car after speaking to Gillian Duffy, a 65 year old widow from Rochdale, not realising that he had a microphone pinned to his suit. She had tackled the Prime Minister face to face on the issue of immigration.

During an exchange on the street, Gillian Duffy told the Prime Minister: 'You can't say anything about immigrants.'

She added: 'All these eastern Europeans - where are they coming from?'

Moments after Mr Brown was bundled into his car he told an aide: 'That was a disaster - they should never have put me with that woman. Whose idea was that? It's just ridiculous...'

Asked what she had said, he replied: 'Everything, she was just a bigoted woman.'

Read the full report here

BUT STILL THEY REFUSE TO DISCUSS THE SUBJECT OF IMMIGRATION, they will delicately and skilfully skirt around every issue under the sun, coming out with the old well rehearsed cliches, but the one burning issue which would solve many of Britain's problems, the overburdened NHS service, which has now become an International Health Service, the environment, the economy, employment, building on greenbelt, the EU. Every single one of these issues could be eased if they tackled immigration head on.

Labour have become a victim of their own Big Brother state....priceless!

We congratulate the journo's that let him keep their microphone, it just shows what utter contempt Labour feel for the rest of Britain.

Keep on digging Gordon, you're nearly there!!

Monday, 26 April 2010

BNP Party Political Broadcast

The British National Party election broadcast was aired tonight on all channels except Channel 4, who have demanded that it be censored at the eleventh hour.

Many people had also reported the broadcasts were being shown slightly before the allotted times, a petty but obviously deliberate move.

Whatever the reason, we think the end product was a totally refreshing change to the usual pc garbage churned out by the media establishment.

Well done to all those involved in the production.

Monday, 19 April 2010

British woman faces illegal sex charges in Dubai

A British woman risks being charged for breaching Dubai's strict decency laws after claiming she was raped after a drunken night out.

The 24-year-old claims an Arab man raped her after driving her into the desert.
But the alleged attacker, 30, claims the woman consented - and if his version is believed she could face prison for having sex outside marriage in the strict Muslim state.

A British woman claims she was raped by a man after a night out in Dubai. She says he attacked her after driving out into the desert and again in her flat
The man, 30, allegedly insisted on driving the trading company executive home after she had spent the night drinking with friends at the Dubai Marina in January.
After she accepted, he then allegedly drove her to a remote area and attacked her.
According to The Sun, the woman claims her attacker then drove her back to her flat where he raped her again on her bed.

A court source told the newspaper: 'She told police she screamed and cried out begging him to stop during both attacks, which were entirely against her will.'
'She went straight to the nearest police station and reported the sex attack at 3.20am the same day.'

Police tracked down the alleged rapist, known as Saif, after the woman had saved his mobile number after they met during the night.

If a court was to find in the man's favour, the woman could face a charge of having unlawful sex, which could result in a jail term.

It is also an offence to be drunk in Dubai.

'The case will be heard in full before a judge who will decide who is telling the truth, but the girl may face difficulties if her story is not believed,' the source said.

'She is still regarded as the victim at this stage.'

The allegations follows a string of indecency cases against foreigners in Dubai.
A British pair caught kissing in public in Dubai were given month-long prison sentences after an Emirati mother complained her child had seen their indiscretion.
The pair, a British man living in Dubai and a female friend, were arrested in November on accusations of kissing and touching each other intimately in public and consuming alcohol, their lawyer said. They were sentenced to one month in prison.
In a high-profile case in 2008, a British couple narrowly escaped jail after a court found them guilty of engaging in drunken sexual activity out of wedlock, and for doing so in public on a beach.

They were sentenced to three months in prison followed by deportation, but had their jail terms overturned on appeal.

In a separate case this year, a British couple who shared a hotel room managed to escape trial in Dubai for having sex out of wedlock by producing a marriage certificate.

Now the Daily Mail is being slightly economical with the true again, what they have failed to mention anywhere in this controversial report is the fact that this law is Sharia Law, a law adhered to in all Islamic countries.

Now let's just examine exactly why this British woman is facing such charges.

Under Islamic law, rape can only be proven if the rapist confesses or if there are four male witnesses. Women who allege rape, without the benefit of the act having been witnessed by four men who subsequently develop a conscience, are actually confessing to having sex. If they or the accused happens to be married, then it is considered to be adultery. A woman's testimony is worth only half that of a man's in court.

Rape is virtually impossible to prove under Islamic law (Sharia) and even in more moderate countries. If the man claims that the act was consensual sex, there is very little that the woman can do to refute this. Islam places the burden of avoiding sexual encounters of any sort on the woman

If found guilty of "adultery" the woman will be executed, usually by stoning to death. Now if this will be the fate of the British woman, we just don't know.

This will never happen in Britain, will it?

Well, this is what our very own Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams had to say on the matter.

"Sharia law in the UK "seems unavoidable".

Islamic Sharia law would help maintain social cohesion.

According to the Telegraph in June 2009, there were 85 Sharia courts operating legally in the UK. Applying Islamic law to resolve domestic, marital and business disputes, many operating in mosques. But there is becoming a creeping acceptance of Sharia principles in British law, this is just the thin end of the wedge.

Sunday, 18 April 2010

More hypocrisy from Labour

A little snippet which caught my eye whilst reading Labour MP Nick Palmer's latest newsletter made me laugh out loud.

my disagreements with them are over their policies and campaigning tactics (Lib Dems and Tories)

I persist in thinking that there is a real appetite for politics that isn't defined by mud-slinging

Now let's just take a little look at the video below showing Labour funded Communist thugs attacking a peaceful BNP protest in Croydon last week. Now let's be fair, we cannot just blame Labour for the endorsement of such tactics, David Cameron is also an open supporter of the Communist front group, Searchlight. Pure hatred bought and paid for by our hard earned taxes.

This is how the cosy three in a bed LibLabCon parties like to treat any political opposition.

Whatever happened to letting the people decide?

The changing face of Britain

Stop this madness by voting BNP in the general election Thursday 6th May 2010

Our lives in their hands

So, the media are hyping up Nick Clegg as the "winner" of the recent leader's debate, in the vain hope that the Lib Dems can be seen as an alternative change to the tried and failed Labour and Tories. What they fail to tell the British people is that one of the Liberal Democrats policies is to have an amnesty for all illegal immigrants in Britain, they would also back the legalisation of currently illegal drugs. After all, the clue is in the name...LIBERAL!!!

Brian Gerrish - State of the Nation

A very disturbing video, although quite lengthy, I will guarantee you will be shocked to learn just how the establishment is destroying Britain by stealth from within.

The British people have been brainwashed for years into passively accepting their own disposession by successive anti-British governments. We are at war, the only trouble is the British people are asleep. This war is not being fought with gun, tanks and bombs, this war is being fought using a much deadlier weapon, the British media, the wounds inflicted on our minds and the minds of our future generations are much harder to heal.

The only way to win this war is to wake the British people from their sleep.

Thursday, 15 April 2010

Introducing Broxtowe's BNP Parliamentary candidate

Dear voters,

I am very pleased to have been selected to represent the British National Party in the forthcoming parlimentary elections for the Broxtowe constituency.

I am married with a young family and run a small property maintenance business in Leicester.

Unlike many career politicians, i have lived, worked in the real world. I have been brought up on council estates, have had varied jobs from factory floor to management, and have faced redundancy and the hardships that many people and their families face today.

The BNP represents the electorate with a real alternative to the 3 failed parties, we are not afraid to tackle the issues of Immigration, membership of the EU, and policies in Health, housing and education that will put "British people first" instead of treating you like second class citizens in your own Country. The BNP were the party who first exposed the expenses scandal and pledge to continue to expose corruption and greed if elected to serve on your behalf.

My main policy is simple, "Honesty". I will offer you a down to earth and honest approach to political representation and will speak up for local people on the issues that concern you.

I will not take the excessive allowances claimed by many corrupt Members of Parliament, and will pledge to donate 10% of my salary to local groups/charites in the Broxtowe constituency. My drive to become an elected member of parliament is not financially driven, but it is for a passion and conviction in what i and the BNP stand for.

Do not let the three main parties mis-rule you for another term, remember expenses, illegal wars in both iraq and afghanistan, the country bankrupted when you go to cast your vote,

On 6th May, the electorate has a real alternative, a chance for real change! So if you are a seasoned voter or a first timer please support change, and consider supporting the BNP in Broxtowe.


Constituents can email me directly

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Election campaigning the LibLabCon way

Leaflets highlighting BNP members details have been distributed in some areas of Toton recently. Now, leaflets distributed during an election, by law, should have the printed and published imprint on, making them illegal.

So, just who is behind this latest stunt, well of course, high on the list of suspects are the local Labour funded Hate not Hope / Searchlies goons, (let me just state that it is not solely a Labour hobby, David Cameron openly endorses Searchlight). The hope of intimidating the local members there has backfired as all the said members have shown their determination to stand up to the political dirty tricks and have all signed the BNP nomination forms and we would like to thank them all.

Incidentally, one quick thinking member spotted the "getaway" car and has kindly passed on the vehicle registration number to us for future reference.

Nick Griffin MEP leaves BBC reporter speechless

Zadrozny axed from Notts Police Authority

A PROMINENT district councillor and prospective parliamentary candidate has been axed from Notts Police Authority due to non attendance.

Coun Jason Zadrozny was dropped after the decision taken by the Authority's vice chairman Kamaljit Gill was confirmed at an authority business meeting last Wednesday.

The leader of the Liberal Democrat Group on Ashfield District Council, Coun Zadrozny is the prospective Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Ashfield.

He had been a council member of Notts Police Authority since last October.

Speaking earlier today Nottingham City Council leader Coun Jon Collins, chairman of the authority's recently created Change Management Board, said: "The rule under the authority's standing orders is that you have to attend a certain number of meetings and if you cannot you need to give apologies.

We expect a new Liberal Democrat council member of the authority to be appointed after the General Election."

Coun Zadrozny admitted his attendance record at police authority meetings had been poor, but said it was largely due to clashes with Ashfield District Council meetings and a lack of notice given to members of the authority over forthcoming meeting dates.

"We are three weeks away from a General Election and this is a political decision," said Coun Zadrozny.

"This is a prime example of the cosy consensus of Labour and the Tories who have been desperately trying to get rid of me.

"It does not surprise me one bit.

"I have worked on behalf of Nottinghamshire Police Authority every single day, on the phone to or at meetings with police officers.

"I'm not going quietly an I still think policing is dire in Nottinghamshire. I've not seen anything in all these reviews about how it will be fixed. The only thing I wanted to do was help improve policing and reduce crime."

Sunday, 21 June 2009

Brinsley Carnival 2009

Brinsley Carnival began over 50 years ago and is still going strong. Offering a fabulous days entertainment held by the community, in the Community, for the community.

The whole event is funded by generous donations from local business and fundraising events by the village. Even though several groups, including Broxtowe's Chinese New Year, receives funding towards their celebrations, Brinsley Carnival does not.

Several local groups, Friends of Brinsley Headstocks, Scouts, etc, hold stalls, this giving them chance to raise awareness about their group and to raise funds.

The event kicks off around midday with a fancy dress parade from Hall Lane along Church Walk, and on into the village playing field, where prizes are awarded for the winning float.

Main arena entertainment includes, crowning of the Carnival Queen, a dog handling display, dog show, motorcycle stunt teams, belly dancing, fun fair, plus lots more. At 3pm a flypast of the spectacular Dakota rounded off the days events.

Below are some photographs taken of this year's event.

Saturday, 6 June 2009

Thank you voters

On behalf of the BNP County Council election candidates in Broxtowe, we would like to thank all our voters, activists, supporters and of course families.

Although there were no wins in Broxtowe, we all feel we pulled off a credible result which has been achieved on a tight budge by local fundraising and meetings.

We all look forward to the Euro Election results on Sunday night.