Thursday, 30 July 2009

Heads up BNP RWB Organisers

David Cameron's UAF want to stop this

The following has been published in the Ripley & Heanor News and I copy the article in full for the benefit of the Red, White and Blue Organisers of the British National Party. If you have already seen it fine. Better to receive information twice than not at all.

CHIEF Constable Mick Creedon is to hold a meeting specially for residents of Codnor and Denby to hear their views on the forthcoming British National Party Red, White and Blue Festival.
The national festival is being held on Codnor Denby Lane during the weekend of August 14, 15 and 16 and police are expecting a large number of people to either attend the event or protest against it.

Officers are also consulting with the festival organisers and groups who have indicated that they will be taking part in a protest against it.

The meeting, at John Flamsteed School, Denby, will only be open to residents of the villages who will be most affected by any disruption and not members of the general public.

The meeting will start at 6.30pm on Tuesday, August 4, and anybody wishing to attend should contact police on 0345 123 33 33 to register.

Now I think that it is only fair that a British National Party representative be allowed to attend, sit at the top table and answer any questions put to them by the residents of the villages that may be affected by the event.

I realise that were it not for the threats from David Camerons UAF Claw Hammer Gang, the residents would probably not be even aware of the event.

I also suggest that that BNP representative extend a publicly announced invitation to a delegation of the villagers to attend the event at any time and judge for themselves and report back on just what an innocent event it is.

Article by the Green Arrow

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