Teaching martial arts in Mosque.

The British National Party will be demonstrating in London this Saturday as planned.

This is despite the Metropolitan Police ban on our march/motorcade from Woolwich barracks to the Lewisham Islamic Centre.

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The BNP planned to march from where Afghan War veteran and serving soldier Lee Rigby was brutally run over and hacked to death, to the Lewisham Islamic Centre Mosque which one of the attackers was said to attend.

The BNP has highlighted the holding of segregated martial arts training sessions at the Lewisham Islamic Centre and notes that a meeting to plan opposition to our proposed demonstration to highlight this fact was held there recently.

The Lewisham Islamic Centre is a hotbed of hate where adult Muslims are being trained in Wing Chun, a form of Kung Fu which includes fighting with weapons including knives and hatchets very similar to those used in the ritual slaughter of Lee Rigby.

Commander Simon Letchford of the Met responded to accusations that the ban showed that the Police no longer control the streets in SE London stated:

“I would not say that anywhere is ‘off-limits’, it’s a set of circumstances that if they (the BNP) had conducted their rally in Greenwich at this time, we had a real fear that it could lead to violence and disorder. There’s a real risk of it turning ugly.”

The Met are of course well aware that BNP demonstrations are always orderly and peaceful, and that any trouble always comes from far-left and Islamophile groups such as UAF.

Despite this, the police are permitting a demonstration planned by groups including the UAF and various Muslim organisations.

This shows the one-sided nature of the anti-democratic ban on the BNP.

Worse, the Met decision to allow the UAF to gather in Woolwich is a truly shocking insult to the memory of Drummer Rigby, since alleged killer Michael Adebolajo has helped organise and spoken at UAF demonstrations/riots in the past.

This police appeasement of violent Islamophilia poses a direct threat to soldiers and their families living in the area.

It is also likely that the UAF/Islamist rally will follow the usual pattern for such events and descend into violent attacks on passers-by and the police.

The police ban on our demonstration in Woolwich is a cowardly act of capitulation to those who threaten violence against legitimate, peaceful protests.

We will be considering how best to respond to this and no options are ruled out, including civil disobedience.

We believe this is fully justified given the authorities’ refusal to allow us to draw attention to the threat of terror training in Lewisham Islamic Centre and other mosques through normal strictly legal channels.

Nick Griffin has stated clearly that he is prepared if needs be to be arrested upholding the traditional British democratic right to effective protest.

We do not rule out separate additional actions by designated activists, but are keeping our plans private for operational reasons.

The police are trying to appear to be accepting our right to demonstrate by authorising a march by the BNP and other patriots from Old Palace Yard in Westminster to the nearby Cenotaph in Whitehall.

Although we do not accept this abuse of police power, we will be holding this officially sanctioned protest as a starting point for other events during the day.

Gather at Old Palace Yard, Westminster at 13.00.

Old Palace Yard is the paved open space lying between the Palace of Westminster to its north and east and Westminster Abbey to its west.

The statue of Crusader King Richard the Lionheart makes it both easily recognisable and a fitting place to meet.

Bring flags – Union Jacks and the Crosses of Britain’s four Patron Saints and dress smartly.

We must show that we are defiant in the face of cowardly state bans which favour Muslim extremists and their allies.

If you have not already done so, please ‘join’ on our Facebook events page.

The police will facilitate this agreed protest so there are no legal risks whatsoever in attending.

But if you are prepared to join Mr Griffin risking arrest at subsequent ad hoc events on Saturday, you should read the in-depth guide Arrested! Fighting for freedom – resisting police oppression available to download from our website here.

Know your rights! See you on Saturday.

No surrender to Muslim terror or police oppression!

Nick Griffin MEP
BNP Chairman

Another traitor

A man arrested after appearing on the BBC’s Newsnight programme has been charged with three terrorism offences.

Abu Nusaybah, 30, from east London, was held after giving an interview about his friend, Michael Adebolajo, one of the suspects in the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.

The charges, which he denies, relate to videos of lectures and written material.

They are not linked to the death of Drummer Rigby on 22 May.

Abu Nusaybah, who has been charged under his real name of Ibrahim Abdullah-Hassan, appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court for a brief hearing.

He was remanded in custody and is due to appear at the Old Bailey on 28 June.

Shiner UK no 1 traitor.

Human rights lawyers are not famous for their sense of humour. So it was something of a surprise to learn that the sour-faced solicitor Phil Shiner lists comedy as one of his hobbies.
For the past decade, Shiner has made a handsome living suing the British taxpayer — at the British taxpayers’ expense.
Shiner is head of the Birmingham-based Public Interest Lawyers (PIL).
Shiner’s firm specialises in bringing actions against the British Army.
Have you been tortured by a British soldier? You could be entitled to compensation.
Shiner is always on the lookout for a jihadist with a grievance which can be used to discredit the Army and win some hard cash. Unlike Blame Direct and the rest of the ‘no win, no fee’ brigade, Shiner gets paid win, lose or draw. He is bankrolled out of the legal aid budget.
Over the years he has secured £3 million compensation for his clients, mostly foreign nationals who have alleged abuse at the hands of British troops in Iraq.
His work won him the prestigious accolade ‘Human Rights Lawyer of the Year’ in 2004.
We don’t know how much he has earned, but legal aid fees clocked up in cases filed by PIL must run into millions. And at a time when the Government is attempting to bring under control the burgeoning £2 billion legal aid budget, Shiner continues to thrive.
This week Shiner turned up on Radio 4’s Today Programme peddling his latest crusade for truth and justice.  He was given a prime platform by a gleeful BBC to denounce ‘Britain’s Guantanamo Bay’. Shiner claimed that dozens of Afghans are being held in a ‘secret prison’ at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province. He demanded they should be brought before a court or released. He said: ‘This is a secret facility that’s been used to unlawfully detain or intern up to 85 Afghans that they’ve kept secret, that Parliament doesn’t know about, that courts previously when they have interrogated issues like detention and internment in Afghanistan have never been told about — completely off the radar. ‘And people will be wondering if these detainees are being treated humanely and in accordance with international law.’ This must be where Shiner’s legendary sense of humour comes into play. He should know full well that this isn’t a ‘secret prison’. And he is aware that the Army has been trying to get rid of these prisoners for years. Back in 2010, Britain wanted to hand over the detainees to the Afghan justice system. Eventually the High Court in London ruled that they could not be transferred to the Afghans because they might be tortured, which would breach their Human rites. Far from being ‘detained unlawfully’ they are being held in British custody on the specific orders of a British court. You’d expect Shiner to know that. Because in 2010, the original Camp Bastion case was brought by, you guessed, one Phil Shiner. On legal aid, natch. So how does he explain telling the BBC this was a ‘secret camp’, ‘off the radar’, that the courts haven’t been told about? Now, three years later, he’s heading back to court to argue that the detainees should be put on trial or set free.
Talk about playing both ends. Like Boris Johnson, Shiner appears to be pro-having cake and pro-eating it. But thanks to the success of his earlier lawsuit, the High Court has ruled the prisoners can’t be entrusted to the Afghan legal system. Since Shiner doesn’t approve of military justice, that means they would have to be released back into the local community, where they would be at liberty to resume their terrorist activities.

In comedy, as in life, timing is everything.

(Video) Myanmar Buddhist Monk: Saudi Arabia is responsible for Muslim jihad against Rakhine Buddhists

The Muslim Issue

Remember the rules of the game: while Muslims slaughter, attack, invade and force their ugly fascist ideology on innocent people – they are always the victims. Be it in Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, India, Bangladesh, Israel, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Israel, Chechnya, Kosovo, etc. etc. the scenario is always the same. There never exist any responsibility or consciousness for personal conduct within the Muslim community. Islam is an ideology based on hatred for ‘the other’. And who is ‘the other’? It’s the kafir, the non-Muslim. There exist no moral code, no ethical code, no personal responsibility except to violate themselves on ‘the other’, the enemy, which is always the non-Muslims.

In this video posted by a mmediatube, describing these poor Buddhist monks as “racist extremist terrorist monk” who are relentlessly subject to another Islamic social engineering project identical to the early formation of present day Palestine, which was also created through…

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