Our struggle against racism

 A DAY of action against racism has been called for across Europe on March 22 to coincide with the marking of UN Anti-Racism Day in 2014, with eyes on the European elections in May. Already in most European countries parties of the Right, Centre and even the traditional Left are allowing the terrain of these … Continue reading

Anti-fascists set sights on last Burnley BNP councillor

Anti-fascist campaigners said today that they hope to kick the last British National Party (BNP) councillor off Burnley Council in next Thursday’s local council elections. The far-right party took three seats on the council in 2002, cashing in on the neglect suffered by the former industrial town. The BNP concentrated its attack on Burnley’s Asian … Continue reading

BNP To Field Lowest Number Of Local Election Candidates In A Decade

The British National Party will field their lowest number of candidates for over a decade in local elections across England this year, with just 90 as opposed to 450 four years ago. Anti-fascist campaigners Hope Not Hate reported that the far right party only realistically has the possibility of winning two or three seats, with … Continue reading

Neo-Nazi former BNP members launch new far-right party

They hope the new British Democratic Party will kill off the BNP, while security for the launch meeting will be provided by EDL activists. Andrew Brons, a former Chair of the National Front and until recently one of the British National Party’s MEPs, will launch a new far-right party this weekend – one he and … Continue reading

The Death Of The BNP

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Far right movements have existed since the early days of democracy, with political and non-political groups alike, based on two overarching, and vaguely fascist, beliefs. These are, of course, that national identity and national pride were defining features of an advanced race. With every perceived ‘growth’ in immigration and, all too often, each time society … Continue reading

World in Action – The Nazi Party (3rd July 1978)

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As discussed in the blog post  - DID NICK GRIFFIN AND ANDREW BRONS WANT TO GAS RACIAL MINORITIES IN THE ’70S? Here is the episode of World in Action in its enirety.

Did Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons want to gas racial minorities in the ’70s?

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A now available on DVD “World in Action” documentary, reveals that when BNP MEP’s Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons were National Front leaders in the 1970′s, their party had privately decided to gas Britain’s racial minorities at concentration camps whose future locations had already been chosen. **UPDATE** See full documentary here As some BNP members … Continue reading

BNP leader Nick Griffin called to give evidence at employment tribunal

  Michelle Harrington has accused Andrew Brons of sexual and religious discrimination and unfair dismissal. BNP leader Nick Griffin has been called to give evidence at a Scottish employment tribunal between a punk singer and far right politician. Michelle Harrington – also known as Mish Bondage – has accused the BNP’s Andrew Brons of sexual … Continue reading

BNP links to US extremists revealed by Anonymous. ‘Hactivists’ target websites of far-right American Third Position and publish emails praising BNP leader Nick Griffin

Hacked emails from a far-right group appear to reveal links with the BNP, after the group of American “hactivists” Anonymous targeted a number of US extremists’ websites. The group infiltrated the site of American Third Position, a white nationalist political group, in a campaign ironically dubbed “Operation Blitzkrieg”, publishing emails in which it praised the … Continue reading

Former parliamentary assistant to BNP leader claims he was sacked after backing rival candidate

THE former parliamentary assistant to BNP leader Nick Griffin claims he was sacked after backing a rival candidate in the party’s leadership election. Now John Walker, from Mancot, who remains as press officer to the right-wing party’s other MEP Andrew Brons, has been told he can go ahead with his claim for unfair dismissal. At … Continue reading