HOLD SUPERB ST.GEORGE’S DAY MEETING IN
The speakers were Tess Culnane, formerly a BNP election candidate; Peter Rushton, National Speaker for the BPP; Eddy Morrison, National Political Advisor of the BPP and Lady Michelle Renouf, renowned Revisionist. The meeting was ably chaired by Dave Jones, the National Youth Leader of the BPP Youth Division.
Peter Williamson started the meeting off by handing the meeting over to Dave Jones, the Chairman for the afternoon. Dave gave a lively talk about the continued growth of the Youth Division and the stepped up level of activities, which is also reflected throughout the party. Dave then introduced the first speaker, Tess Culnane.
Tess gave a studied and thoughtful speech on the disintegration of British cities and the British way of life. She also drove over the point of how our traditional Christian values were being usurped and undermined by alien cultures.
Dave then introduced the ever popular Peter Rushton who talked about the forthcoming elections and reflected the BPP’s ‘non intervention, no criticism’ policy of the BPP by wishing well and good luck to all the patriotic men and women who are standing for election on May 3rd. Peter covered a fairly wide range of topics but especially mentioned the fact that the European Union were trying a backdoor way to get Holocaust Denial or Investigation illegal in Britain by linking it to the obnoxious and tyrannous Race Acts under which White Nationalists have to live with on a daily basis.
Peter mapped out a history of these repressive laws and how each year ZOG turned the screw ever tighter on our freedom of speech.
Dave then introduced the third speaker, Eddy Morrison who gave an impassioned speech on the need for nationalists to try their own roads and if they didn’t work then to come to the British People’s Party, who alone holds back from running down and criticising other groups. Eddy said the BPP was not a ‘sour grapes’ party but one which was badly need because if the Populist road failed despite all efforts then White Nationalists and British Nationalists will have a home to come to – a party still based on the “Fourteen Words” and the fundamental values of White Nationalism. Eddy highlighted five fundamental points in which the BPP was different from the Popular Nationalists.
ended his speech by calling for the recognition that we were fighting a
world enemy – Super-ZOG and the New World Order, on a global scale. The
Whiteman was under attack from
final speaker was Lady Michelle Renouf who detailed some cases of
Historical Revisionists in
Lady Michelle also spoke about the jailing of the German Revisionist, Germar Rudolf and also the defiant stand of David Irving who not long after his unjust jailing in Austria, spoke before a crowd of 10,000 Hungarian patriots in Budapest and invited those across the border in Austria to come and freely listen to him in a land where he himself could speak out freely out the Holocaust issue.
Renouf also praised the bravery of Mahmoud
Ahmadinejad, the President of Iran who defied
Lady Renouf also stated she believed the BPP stance of not shifting its beliefs was most certainly the best one and she gave her support and friendship to all those who attended the meeting.
A great St.George’s meeting and thanks must go from the BPP to the following comrades:-
Williamson, Tony and Dave for organising the event.
literature sales, especially of the new issue of Vanguard and a
fantastic collection, well over £250.00 was raised for BPP funds.
We remind readers that
Dave Jones opens meeting
Lady Michelle Renouf - BPP have the right idea
Eddy Morrison - one of BPP founders
Peter Rushton - one of BPP's best speakers
Tess Culnane - respected British patriot