British nazi fuehrer Griffin resigns


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From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Knife-happy ex-teacher boots out BNP Griffin

Tuesday 22nd July 2014

NICK Griffin has been ousted as leader of the far-right BNP, it was announced yesterday — only to be replaced by a disgraced former teacher.

The move, agreed at the party’s national executive at the weekend, follows disastrous results in recent European and local elections.

Deputy chairman Adam Walker is to replace Mr Griffin at the helm of the racist party.

Mr Walker has a lifetime ban from teaching after he chased three boys in his car and slashed their bike tyres with a knife.

Hope Not Hate activist Matthew Collins told the Star that the move had been predicted by the campaign group as far back as May.

“The BNP is in an appalling state,” said Mr Collins. “Griffin has absolutely no purpose at all — he’s finished.

“We can expect some more bloodletting in the coming months.”

Mr Griffin has been made party president, according to the BNP website. Former party leader John Tyndall was offered the same job when Mr Griffin ousted him in 1999.

See also here. And here.

RICHARD REYNELL reports on changes at the top of one of Britain’s most odious fascist organisations following electoral defeats and internal bust-ups: here.

Nick Griffin Booted from British National Party: here.

THE British National Party was declared “dead” yesterday after former fascist frontman Nick Griffin was booted out. BNP’s unpopular ex-leader was expelled from the racist party on Wednesday after its new leadership accused him of plotting to overthrow them: here

British BNP nazi Griffin voted out of European parliament


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While, unfortunately, three Greek nazis including two generals, and other racists will be in the new European parliament, there is some good news as well. …

By Will Stone in Britain:

Racism: Hope not Hate celebrates as fascist BNP leader Nick Griffin kicked out of EU parliament

Tuesday 27th May 2014

Nazi Nick’ pelted with debris as he went to hear news of his EU election defeat

Anti-racists celebrated victory yesterday after the racist British National Party (BNP) was ejected from the European parliament.

Fascist BNP leader Nick Griffin was hung out to dry by voters in north-west England just five years after the BNP won two seats.

Andrew Brons, who was elected for Yorkshire and the Humber in 2009 but quit the party two years later, also lost his seat.

Anti-fascist campaign Hope Not Hate’s Matthew Collins told the Star: “We’re absolutely delighted. First we got the party out of Barking and Dagenham and now we’ve got them out of Europe.

“We must never forget what the BNP’s ideology represents. We were up against something really nasty. It has not been easy but it’s not over for the BNP yet. There is still work to be done. But removing Nick Griffin from Europe is a really important victory.”

As Mr Griffin approached Manchester Town Hall for the count on Sunday night, he was met by angry protesters screaming “nazi scum” and was forced to duck thrown placards.

They surrounded his car while dozens of police officers struggled to separate them from Mr Griffin and a handful of his supporters.

Officers rugby-tackled some protesters as they broke through police ranks before the BNP leader was rushed to the safety of the town hall where Mr Griffin described the reception as “fairly typical.”

A statement by Unite Against Fascism (UAF) following the result said: “We are nazi free. Nazi Nick is gone.”

It continued: “We should celebrate the destruction of the British National Party’s election strategy. Campaigning by Unite Against Fascism and many others has meant that Nick Griffin has been thrown out of the European parliament.”

The Morning Star has previously revealed that the BNP’s EU election material was missing key information required by law.

Church of England bans clergy from joining BNP or National Front. Any clergy found to be members of the two parties will face disciplinary action after bishops declared them un-Christian: here.

Anti-racist victory in Wales


This video from Britain is called BNP and Hungarian neonazis.

It says about itself:

10 July 2009

So why would a political party such as the BNP which claims to be anti-racist anti-nazi be holding hands with the Hungarian neo-nazis Jobbik? Jobbik also have their own private army. This is them in this video; they are called the Magyar Gárda (Hungarian guard). Jobbik sees this private fascist army as an essential weapon to keep the Hungarian state protected from immigrants, the Jewish community and gypsies.

This is not an official army but a neonazi militia paid for by Jobbik and other neonazi sympathizers. In return they make sure their political allies are protected from anti-fascist groups, violence is their first approach at any hint of dissent or protest aimed at Jobbik. So why would Nick Griffin and the BNP be joining forces with Jobbik? Well, we all know, because the BNP are in fact nazi scum. … The Magyar Gárda have direct links to Stormfront and a host of other neonazi internet warrior sites.

By John Haylett in Britain:

Welsh activists celebrate as BBC drops fascist debate invite

Thursday 15th May 2015

WELSH anti-fascists celebrated yesterday after forcing the BBC to drop plans for a radio debate with fascist guests.

Activists gathered outside the BBC Wales headquarters in Cardiff to celebrate their success in keeping the nazis off the airwaves.

Britain First and BNP candidates had been invited to take part in a European election debate scheduled to take place yesterday afternoon.

But the debate was pulled after Green and No2EU — Yes to Workers’ Rights candidates Pippa Bartolotti and Rob Griffiths refused to take part.

The BBC have instead agreed to interview all candidates and to cover their comments in other programmes as and when appropriate.

Ms Bartolotti welcomed “a very wise compromise by the BBC,” pointing out that it had been put in a difficult position by the electoral commission, which had approved a party name including the words Remember Lee Rigby.

Ms Bartolotti called this “abhorrent,” adding: “Lee Rigby’s family was appalled. I am appalled.”

The Star revealed on Monday that 100 people had complained to the BBC about the contents of Britain First’s party election broadcast, aired in Wales on Friday.

Mr Griffiths explained that debating issues with the BNP and Britain First would have effectively normalised fascism.

“In some European countries, fascist parties are treated as legitimate when in reality they are criminal conspiracies to incite racial hatred,” he said.

“Many of their leaders have long records of criminal convictions and should not be given any platform to promote their odious views.”

THE BNP’s European election campaign has been thrown into disarray after promotional leaflets posted through thousands of letterboxes in Nick Griffin’s own constituency were found to be illegal, it was announced yesterday: here.

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