Lawfare | The wolves at the door

1 09 2010

The Top Dogs at the BNP should start taking law courses considering the amount of time they have to pay for a poxy defence.  And it must be a poxy defence for this should have been fought, and won, eons ago.  For the love of God, these are mickey-mouse laws that were brought in causing these mickey-mouse charges, and to top it all off, was instigated by a mickey-mouse quango.  Well, you see we’re already on a par with frikking Walt Disney!

Whether you disagree with the Nationalist ideals completely holding a deep belief that all cultures, creeds and people’s are equal in every shade and shape, the ongoing battle against the British National Party is an abuse of the Rule of Law.

Considering that it is quite alright for organisations to actively fight for one side of the argument, damn, even get taxpayer-financed, hence government-approved help, yet the opposing side of the argument is deemed inappropriate at best, persecuted at worst.

British Refugee Council, Operation Black Vote, Alcohol Concern and that anti-smoking one ASH.  All paid for out of your money who then prance around pretending they actually give a shit, or worse, doing a good job increasing the numbers of passport-seekers, racial gerrymandering, arguing for more taxation while one organisation is just waiting for the green light for a bonfire to end the smokers plight.

Yet if you dare say you wish to speak for the English, Scots, Irish and Welsh, you are to feel the full force of the law on you.

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Those facing the judge should proclaim their English Common Law Rights and state that this is an abuse of power.  The Almighty and All Powerful State trying to dictate the rules of an organisation.  First it was the membership that wanted changed, now they wish to change the wording of the constitution (sic)!  Where will it end?

Of course, I’m frothing at the mouth with what the lost of our once great system of Checks and Balances.  Sure it wasn’t perfect then but at least people rose up the ranks whereas now, it’s about bringing everything down to the lowest possible denominator.  Nowadays, our polichickens could get caught badgering a sheep and keep their job.  No standards whatsoever.

And if the Rich and Famous misbehave, given the herd mentality of people on the whole, is it any wonder our world is so contradictory?

My only experience of Johnny Law is running away from it so perhaps I am not the best person in the world to offer legal advice, although one golden rule is always seek a trial by jury.  Especially when faced with such bogus charges.

Surely a simple explanation the precedent this would set for EVERYONE would be enough to find you not guilty on all charges.

And play your cards right and it could open the door for a counter-claim against Her Majesty’s Government’s anti-British quango with the ironic name of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

If worse comes to the worse, can I suggest legging it and claiming EU-loony law immunity?

Also, if you haven’t yet, you have got to find out how much this has cost the EHRC.  Remember, it is the taxpayer’s creditcard being used.  Surely in these times of ‘tgihtening our belts’, spending X amount of £££ on a pointless persucution, mmm…

Good luck BNP and get back to winning hearts and minds (keeping em too would be nice too)

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BNP | No witch-burning tonight

25 05 2010

The Enemy of the State has been cleared by a panel of three of Thought-Crime, Hate-Crime with only a few reservations regarding his conduct.  Other than that, Mr Adam Walker is free to seek employment in the teaching field, bringing to an end the dubious political persecution of a British individual.

An ironic ‘Antifa‘ mong had this to say “It cannot be right that a teacher with such far-right views as Mr Walker is allowed to teach children in our schools – he must be stopped.”

Of course, safety in numbers for the anti-democratic mobs with the unions busing in ‘20 campaigners from UAF and teaching unions organised the protest yesterday after hearing the BNP would be there in support of Mr Walker.

So I take it is fine and dandy for fellow professioanl teachers in the leftarded unions to publically show their political hatred towards the BNP?

Further reading can be had at the following:

BNP teacher cleared of ‘racism’ – UK Press Association

Noisy rally outside teacher disciplinary hearing in Birmingham – Birmingham Mail

Adam Walker Case Thrown Out! – BNP Official Site

Now consider all the money wasted in pursuing Mr Walker.  There was no victim involved, a minor misdemeanor, probably worthy of a warning not to use school time or property.  That’s it.  Not this politically motivated persecution.  The people involved in pursuing this did so either out of pure spite at worst, for a ‘brownie point’ at best.

They didn’t consider the cost of replacing Mr Walker and they gave about as much thought to the disruption caused to the education of x amount of children.

Indoctrination, indoctrination, indoctrination.  So much easier than education.





BNP | The witch trial begins

24 05 2010

Lovely NUJ-styled headline from the Telegraph regarding Adam Walker’s hate-crime trial at the General Teaching Council’s very own kangaroo court.  BNP teacher ‘described immigrants as filth’ is a blatant misrepresentation of the individuals’ view on NuBritons more worthy of appearing in the leftarded Guardian or Mirror.

Onwards with the most important bits though:

Bradley Albuery, GTC presenting officer, alleged that the postings demonstrated views suggestive of both racial and religious intolerance.

In one posting, Mr Walker claimed the BNP had risen in popularity because “they are the only party who are making a stand and are prepared to protect the rights of citizens against the savage animals New Labour and Bliar (sic) are filling our communities with”.

In another posting on the same day, Mr Walker wrote: “By following recent media coverage of illegal animals and how they are allowed to stay here despite committing heinous crimes, I am, to say the very least, disgusted.”

Another posting claimed that some immigrants hated people who were white and had western values.

And..

Mr Albuery said: “This case is not about the BNP or whether teachers should be members of that lawful party.

“This case is about the actions and behaviour of a registered teacher, using a school property on school premises in school time.”

The defence on the other hand paint a very different picture.

The teacher, who worked at Houghton Kepier for more than six years, resigned after his head teacher asked IT staff to investigate his use of the internet.

In a statement read to the hearing, Mr Walker said that he had not communicated his political thoughts and beliefs to staff or pupils at the school.

“I have always sought to bring out the best in my pupils,” he said.

“I have certainly never discriminated against an individual on grounds of race, faith or sexuality. Part of why I became a teacher is to help people overcome social disadvantage and reach their full potential.”

Commenting on the content of his postings, Mr Walker said he had been influenced by media coverage of a female PC shot dead by two illegal immigrants and the murder of British hostage Ken Bigley in Iraq.

“Looking back now I feel that I was unduly influenced by the hostile climate the media created,” he said. “This led me to express intemperate views which lacked complexity and balance.

“I should have taken more time to think about the possible offence my words might have caused and I think I could have expressed myself more carefully and positively.

“I have never condemned all immigrants or asylum seekers. My comments relate to those I perceive as coming to our country and committing criminal offences or otherwise behaving badly.

“In many cases, I cut and pasted views from a variety of sources in order to provoke debate and these were not attributed.”

Fine and dandy for the schools to stage mock shootings yet a teacher takes five minutes out of his day to surf the internet, the full force of the GTC Thought-Cops will descend upon them.

I’ll think I’ll let the kids at St Paul’s & St Micheal’s school sing us out:

Now here are schools actively encouraging the children into supporting Dianne Abbott, wannabe leader of the Labour Party.

One rule for them, another for us.  Some equality that is.





BNP | McCarthy style witch-hunts

22 05 2010

I was going to report that binmen in Rotherhite had suspected the letters’ “B/P” written on the top of recycling bins meant the resident was a BNP supporter and reported this ‘orrible offence to their supervisor.  Said super has a chinwag with the occupier of the property finding out that the markings were innocent reminders of the recycling order.

And even after being told the above, the super still offers to swap the ‘offending‘ boxes to avoid further confusion which the occupier rightly refuses and categorically states that although he is not a supporter of the party, even if he were, what business is it to the council?

But alas, Simon Darby beat me to it so will instead bring you the tale of Gary Marsden I’Anson, a victim of a witch-hunt McCarthy would be proud of.  First the background with the help of an HR website, HeadOffice (23/04/2010):

A former employee of West Yorkshire Police who writes controversial right-wing songs in his spare time has brought a claim for unfair dismissal against the force.

Gary Marsden I’Anson was sacked from his job as a police imaging officer in February 2009 over alleged links with the British National Party (BNP) and for using work time to produce far-right DVDs, the Yorkshire Evening Post reports.

Mr I’Anson is a singer-songwriter who performs in front of a Union Jack and has published lyrics expressing right-wing views.

However, he has denied claims his material is racist and also told the tribunal he never used police time to work on his promotional CDs and DVDs.

The 48-year-old said: “I did not steal one minute of police time because I am not a thief.

“I have been discriminated against because I have celebrated my culture and heritage. The police didn’t like it full stop.”

David Jones, representing the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police, said profits from a website run by Mr I’Anson were used to fund BNP activities.

What the above fails to mention is that Mr I’Anson was arrested for the alleged offence of being involved with the BNP.  In any other country this would be classed as political persecution would it not?

Excluding people from society because of their religious, cultural or political beliefs is immoral is it not?  Or is this an acceptable price to pay for Liberty?  Only being allowed to join the Inner Party if you are a supporter of the Centralist Establishment Parties, otherwise it is a life as a prole that beckons.

Leeds racism row singer loses unfair dismissal claim against police

Yorkshire Evening Post.  Published Date: 21 May 2010

A racism row singer fired from his day job with West Yorkshire Police has lost his claim for unfair dismissal.

Gary Marsden I’Anson, of Morley, was arrested and sacked over his alleged association with the British National Party and for using work time to compile right-wing CDs and DVDs for his rock band Anglo Saxon.

The police imaging officer of 23 years claimed West Yorkshire Police unfairly dismissed and discriminated against him.

But an employment tribunal in Leeds has ruled against Mr I’Anson.

Deputy Chief Constable David Crompton said: “This case was significantly aggravated by the fact that force computers were being used in order to generate material which was clearly supportive of the BNP and which had content that was unquestionably contrary to the aims and values of the force.”

Now jobless Mr I’Anson, 48, said: “It’s a sad day for freedom of speech, artistic expression, liberty, democracy and human rights. It is a good day for political correctness.”

Mr I’Anson denies any political links to the BNP and says he is not racist but an ‘anti-terrorist patriot.’

He said police were “talking nonsense” over claims he is associated with the BNP.

In 2007 Mr I’Anson was arrested on suspicion of possession of written material with intent to incite racial hatred. He denied any wrongdoing and no charges were brought.

After being suspended on full pay he was eventually sacked in February 2009, after a two-year investigation.

Listen hear Mr Crompton, the aims and values of the Police Force are simple, it is to deter crime and be incorruptible.  It is not to be the Government’s political enforcer.  You are paid to uphold the law, not waste two years perverting it.  Two years for Christ’s sake!?

Where were you when our Politicians were busying themselves signing away our sovereignty?  Where were you when our Thin Blue Line executed an innocent man in Stockwell?  Where were you when our grannies and our kids were being robbed, assaulted and killed?

I tell you where, you were investigating a political motivated catch-all ‘hate’ crime for two bloody years!

God.  Mad.  Funeral Pyres.