Monday, 28 December 2015

When they bring back Litvinenko, you know that dirt is coming

Alexandr Litvinenko
Whenever the BBC brings back Alexandr Litvinenko, killed by British agents in London to protect CIA operator and former Russian powerful man Boris Berezovski, you know that dirt is coming.

Alexandr Litvinenko, former KGB agent, in his new re-incarnation was the right hand man of Boris Berezovski, a former Boris Yeltsin supporter, who having left Russia in a hurry had dealings with Muslim Chechen rebels carrying out terrorist attacks.

Boris Berezovski was also working for the CIA and bringing in to the West politicians that fell out of grace including sons of Presidents. The way things worked was that they would arrive in Britain and the same firm of lawyers working for Boris Berezovsky would get them visas to remain in Britain or perhaps travel to other parts of the so called Western World including the US.

Both Boris Berezovsky and Alexandr Litvinenko were seen as insiders who in theory possessed valuable information about the USSR that gave way to the Russian Federation. The US needed access to landlocked Afghanistan and who better to contact 'old friends' than Boris Berezovsky and his lieutenant Alexandr Litvinenko.

What wasn't so convenient was the fact that both Boris Berezovsky and Alexandr Litvinenko had links with Chechen rebels linked to AlQaeda and Taliban at a time when British Forces were fighting in Afghanistan under Prime Minister Tony Blair.

In every transaction you needed valuable friends and who better in terms of knowing about dirty dealings that the Italian Mafia and this is where Mario Scaramella, an Italian lawyer, that was supposedly investigating Italian Mafia links. When it came to money and weapons Chechen terrorists needed what better than the Italian Mafia.
Mario Scaramella
Alexandr Litvinenko was very small fish but you always need a good bait to catch a bigger fish and in this particular case the Russian Federation was after Boris Berezovsky and the best way of getting Boris Berezovky was to make Tony Blair's position unsustainable. Revealing details about Boris Berezovsky's operations in Chechnya, linked to what was happening in Afghanistan, would force the British Government to give up Boris Berezovsky. But given that Berezovsky was also helping the CIA and facilitated transit of US troops into Afghanistan, the British Establishment had to move quickly to avoid public embarrassment and protect a man that was considered an asset at the time.

When Andrei Lugovoi, former colleague of Alexandr Litvinenko, came to London to persuade Alexandr Litvinenko to cooperate with the Russian Federation in exchange for a free passage agreement this signalled big danger for the British Establishment killing Alexandr Litvinenko to protect Boris Berezovsky became a number one priority.

Even until this day Marina Litvinenko is trying, unsuccessfully, to get the British Establishment to acknowledge that Alexandr Litvinenko was in fact working for the British Establishment. The British Establishment wants none of it because they believe that such acknowledgement would create a snowballing effect leading to the truth about how and why Alexandr Litvinenko was killed by British agents.
Marina Litvinenko

With Alexandr Litvinenko, out of the picture by courtesy of the Security Services of Tony Blair, the Russian Federation still had an interest in exposing Boris Berezovky and this is why I was asked to travel to Brazil where Brazilian prosecutors had valuable information that would seriously incriminate Boris Berezovsky. Oh, surprise, hours before my trip to Brazil, Boris Berezovsky appeared dead in his bathroom. Conveniently enough, Boris Berezovsky had been left without bodyguard protection.
By that time, Boris Berezovsky had become a public embarrassment and was no longer useful and therefore he was more of a liability for the British Establishment. After losing a very public litigation in British courts when facing Roman Abramovich, it was said that 'Boris Berezovsky was feeling depressed'. Killing Boris Berezovsky, the British Establishment destroyed a very embarrassing link.

Roman Abramovich
A saga like the Litvinenko Affair is used over and over again by the British Establishment to try and cause some damage to the Russian Federation, when in fact War Criminal Tony Blair should be the one on the spot.

Well, it is business as usual for the British Security Services and poor Marina Litvinenko will have to wait more than 100 years to read de-classified papers when the matter is no longer remembered nor relevant.














Afghani Militiamen behead Islamic State members and put heads along the road

The picture shows the heads of Islamic fighters killed by Afghani militiamen that counter the brutality of Islamic State with a tooth for a tooth and eye for an eye policy.

Seeing reports about those in Europe that leave their family homes to go and join Islamic State, one wonders if Western tactics to counter Islamic State are not outdated.

If any of those wanting to leave or those who left knew that their families in Europe were going to be interned or killed, would they think about joining Islamic State or want to remain as members of Islamic State?

We are a soft target because our Laws have made us soft target. We give the benefit of Human Rights to those who hold our Human Rights in total contempt.

When the possibility of using Nuclear Weapons against Islamic State was mentioned, I certainly welcomed the idea. Why wasting so many flight hours and bombs when the job could be done in a more efficient manner by dropping the ultimate weapon of mass destruction to wipe them off of the face of Earth?

The planet's population is growing steadily and many innocent people are condemned to starvation so that the scum of Earth can continue to cause widespread misery and fear.




Sunday, 27 December 2015

Ottoman Empire Part 2: Next stop? Israel

Turkey is fully supporting Islamic State. This is not just about cheap oil that Turkey is acquiring as it finances and arms Islamic State.

With Saddam Hussein out of the way, with a compromised Syria and a weakened Egypt, Palestine is ripe for the taking.

Turkey knows that the outcome of a direct confrontation with Israel, the only major player that could stop Turkey in the region, would be counter productive. Therefore, it is ready and willing to wage a war by proxy against Israel, a war that could prove to be very popular amongst people that until now have been locked in combat against Islamic State.

With Russia in Syria, Islamic State aka Turkey knows that its chances in Syria are limited and therefore a change of course towards Golan Heights and the Occupied Territories would make many in the Muslim World have a change of hearts. There must be a lot of thinking going on about ways to unite Muslim factions in a Holy War against Jews and incidentally also unite factions of those who live in the so called Western World to make them act as one.

The essence would be to make everyone believe that 'this is not a war between Sunni and Shiite. This is a war against our real enemies'. In more than one way, since the days of Saladin, Sultan of Egypt, internal divisions have always weakened Muslim attempts 'to conquer the world'.

About 23% of the World's population is Muslim. I cannot even begin to imagine what would be possible if Muslims across all continents were to get together with one single purpose. Turkey aka Islamic State is very much looking for a unifying theme. Beheading and killing fellow Muslims couldn't possibly be part of such an approach but we the intensification of external intervention a change of direction looks increasingly feasible.

Saudi Arabia is not even a worthy opponent nor are worthy opponents any of the other Arab States both big and small. What an amazing paradox! Turkey, a NATO member, leading a Muslim Holy War to achieve territorial and political hegemony across Africa, Asia Minor and the Middle East, now on a head on confrontation with Israel.

Thursday, 24 December 2015

There is no point in complaining about lack of public services when people vote for budget cuts

You cannot have your cake and eat it. There is no point in complaining about lack of public services when people vote for budget cuts.

If the moves towards Austerity go beyond what is reasonable, perceived financial problems will turn into dramatic social problems.

It is a well known fact that families affected by acute financial problems are the ones most affected by domestic violence because in the end something must give way.

There is a direct correlation between extreme poverty and deprivation with things like crime, domestic violence and ghetto realities including substance abuse and a wide range of anti-social activities.

A vibrant economy is not an economy in which poverty and deprivation prevail and extreme austerity measures can lead straight towards poverty and deprivation.. Disenchanted people are the ones who are more prone to get into trouble as they see society as prey instead of seeing it as something they would like to be part of.

In a society where extreme austerity measures are in place, public services are bound to suffer because people faced with very harsh realities are bound to put pressure on services like Health Services and Police. Alcoholism and other forms of substance abuse and related acts of violence are the root cause of many incidents that end up consuming much of the resources given to Health Services and Police.

It seems unreal that at the time when so many incidents are related to mental health problems, resources devoted to mental health services are evaporating for the sake of budget cuts. The legislation coordinating services like Police and NHS is quite inadequate and Police Forces end up having to release individuals that should have been referred for mental health treatment.

When Police forces are consulted they say that only in very extreme situations individuals detained are sectioned and forced to receive mental treatment. In other words, in the vast majority of cases people that would really benefit from mental health treatment get no mental health treatment whatsoever and sooner than later become involved in new incidents that could have even more dramatic consequences.

Police forces say that even when individuals who have been involved in acts of violence because of mental health problems get arrested and go to court the probability of the said individuals having mental health treatment is almost non existing.  

As this point, all the talk about prevention simply evaporates and public services like NHS and Police are overly burdened because there is no proper legislation in place and resources are being reduced.

Monday, 21 December 2015

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin: Pragmatism of the highest standards.

Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin - one American and the other Russian - but they have a lot in common.

They share for starters a huge dose of Tenacity and Methodology. They also share their love for their countries.

The personal history of Vladimir Putin shows enormous dedication and perseverance, rooted in the life of his parents. He has no little amount of pride and confidence born out of extreme adversity.

Some years ago, I was asked about what were defining characteristics in the United States of America, the kind of questions people usually asked in certain sectors of society. People would want to know your family name and see your pedigree. People would like to ask you about your educational and professional background and in the US one fundamental question would be how much you earn per year.

Those who know Donald Trump would remember that the man standing for the Presidential Nomination of the Republican Party was at one point thought to be bankrupt having made huge losses. The same man applied his talents to defeat adversity and become one of the richest men in the United States of America and being self-made is something that in general people in the US very much admire. We cannot avoid thinking about some politicians and some entrepreneurs that made American history.

Usually the Western mass media talk and write about Vladimir Putin in what they believe are pejorative terms. They define him as a KGB man. My dear friends, rising via the ranks of the KGB to become the man that he is now was no easy task for Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Unlike their Western partners, those on the Russian side have no shortage of talent, tenacity and perseverance and are very often fluent in several languages and for them there is very little lost in translation.

Unlike many of the other contenders for the Presidential Nomination in the Republic Party and for the nomination in the Democratic Party, Donald Trump can see beyond the Cold War stereotypes so much reinforced on a daily basis by American mass media that suffer from tunnel vision. They fail to see that the fall of the Berlin Wall, the withdrawal from Eastern Europe and the end of the Soviet Union have somehow worked in favour of the rising Russian Federation. Russia still cares very much for those populations that are ethnically and culturally Russian but the new Russia is very much business minded and extremely pragmatic.

Had not been for the political myopia of the American Elites, the world would be a much safer place. The American Elites created a mess in Africa, Middle East and Asia Minor as they previously created a mess in Latin American and in other parts of the world. Like pretty bad chess players, they couldn't foresee the disastrous consequences of their short-termism in Foreign Policy.

The United States created Osama Bin Laden to use him against the Soviet Union and subsequently abandoned Osama Bin Laden and this is the time when Osama Bin Laden turned against the US. They invaded Iraq and completely dismantled the Iraqi State plunging the country in absolute and total chaos that led to the fragmentation of Iraq and the rise of what we know now as Islamic State.

For a long while the US supported Islamic State because they thought that Islamic State would be a useful tool to destroy Syria. For the mass media came the speeches against Islamic State but in their hearts of hearts American politicians very much wished that Islamic State would allow them to destroy Syria.

They couldn't antagonize Russia over and over again and expect that Russia would do no nothing. The US went against Iran because Iran was friendly to Russia. The US destroyed Libya and accelerated destabilization in the Islamic World. Even Tony Blair, their partners in the invasion of Iraq made desperate efforts to save Gaddafi. They started bullying Russia and threatening Russia with the installation of nuclear missiles in Czech Republic and in Poland. At that time, Russia's reaction was to mobilize defences in Kaliningrad (formerly known as Konisberg) just across the border with Poland. If that wasn't enough, US promoted the destabilization of Ukraine and then blamed Russia for what the US and its useful poodles in the European Union had created.

If all the aforementioned was not enough, US went against Syria, another traditional Russian ally. Prime Minister David Cameron even put forward a motion in the House of Commons to attack Syria directly with the intention of regime change.

When you listen to Hillary Clinton, she is bent on having a direct confrontation with Russia and totally ignores the fact that Russian Forces in Syria are there because they were asked for help against Islamic State.

When President Vladimir Putin reportedly said that he hoped Russia wouldn't have to use Nuclear Weapons against Islamic State, he meant business. The US is not dealing with Nikita Khrushev (for those who remember 1962). This is a complete different cup of tea. The Russian Federation has drawn a line on the sand and whoever is in charge in the US should take notice.

The US has a choice to make: they either do business with Russia or they face war with Russia. While this is happening, another giant, is making worrying moves in Asia and I don't think it would be advisable for those in charge in the US to be found with their trousers down.

For the US, friendships in the Arab World are by no means guaranteed. Not long after we heard screams coming out of OPEC countries that see their incomes dwindle as oil prices fall down, the US Congress passed a bill authorizing US oil exports that entering international markets will weaken oil prices even more. This could be an American effort to salvage their energy industries - fracking companies have been severely affected. In some kind of act of magic, they would expect oil prices to rise internally by sending oil abroad thus making fracking more competitive.

Sanctions against Russia have unwanted effects. By reducing exports to Russia, they weaken industries across the European Union, reducing demand of oil and other components of the energy mix. Other components of the energy mix in the European Union are also suffering. Just hours ago, we saw yet another British coal mine close down because imported coal is cheaper. As long as the demand for oil, gas and coal goes down, the richest countries who also happen to be energy producers are bound to suffer the most because of competition with countries like China that have lower production costs. If you want to know how damaging lower costs of raw materials like coal can have, look at Australia, country that supplies China.

Geopolitical moves are going directly against financial realities. In the short term, war industries can benefit from juicy contracts but other segments of the economy could end up paying a very high price and this would be directly linked to political instability. Countries like Spain, for example, can look forward to the formation of coalitions to try and maintain order but without the resources the country needs the strongest of coalitions would prove to be useless in the efforts to avoid financial meltdown.

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

General Election. Next Referendum on Europe

No sooner than the echoes of Labour Leadership Election are dying down, we jump straight back to the ever present issue of IN or OUT of the European Union.

Despite the importance of the subject, you might be forgiven if you simply ignore what is coming next: 2016 GLA Election and the decision to put either Zac Goldsmith or Sadiq Khan at the helm of the Greater London Authority.

Both ZacGoldsmith and Sadiq Kahn, one Conservative and one Labour, have said that they will do everything they can to stop Heathrow Airport's expansion - namely the construction of another runway and presumably coupled with new airport facilities.

but Zac Goldmith's position is a bit peculiar. He said that he didn't want any Conservative Party's decision about Heathrow before the GLA Election and that he would resign if there was such a decision before the GLA Election but that he wouldn't resign if the decision was made after the GLA Election. A politician's tactic.

If the Conservative Party's decision came before the GLA Election, the GLA Election could become a referendum about building or not building another runway at Heathrow Airport, losing the aspiring Mayor of London much needed public support. Kindly enough, Prime Minister David Cameron decided to postpone making such decision until after the GLA Election.

Now, let's talk about another expected and very much called Referendum because... it is a Referendum. Here is the news. 25 out of a total of 27 countries oppose Britain's attempt to renegotiate Britain's relationship with the European Union - when such renegotiation was one of the conditions to postpone a Referendum on Membership of the European Union that should have happened ages ago.

Now, the Conservative Party finds itself having more allies in the Scottish National Party than in the Conservative Party but there are more weapons in the Prime Minister's arsenal to push forward of staying in the European Union despite the failure of any negotiations. Parliament should be asked to decide about lowering the minimum age to be able to vote. The calculation is that by lowering voting age that statistics show could incline the balance in favour of a decision to stay the pro-EU side could win the day.

The Daily Telegraph produce a very interesting set of statistics that indicate that those under 18 years-of-age are most likely to vote to stay in the European Union. Should there a very high turnout of those under 18 years of age the calculation is that there would be 1,035,000 votes for IN and 165,000 votes for OUT or Brexit as it is now usually called. However, for this to occur another set of statistics would have to be different and this has to do with low turnout in elections of those of a younger age.

For those wanting to stay IN, there is some consolation given the fact that the Scottish Referendum generated a turnout of 84.5. Such turnout would have be at similar levels across the United Kingdom. The ball is in the air and rest assured that from now until the day when the Referendum on the European Union is finally called.

Now, here is the issue. Will Angela Merkel be at the helm in Germany when the UK Referendum on Membership of the European Union takes place? The latest date for a German Federal Election is 22 October 2017. The earliest date is 27 August 2017. David Cameron could call a Referendum in the British summer thus asking the Electorate to vote before the German Federal Elections.

We know that at the moment Angela Merkel is not the most popular Leader in Germany and that her position regarding the issue of Refugees has been criticized by her Bavarian partners in the ruling Coalition. What will be Angela Merkel's situation by the end of 2017 or by the summer of 2017 is something that I don't and that I reckon nobody knows. It could be the case the seeing danger ahead, David Cameron might decide to call a Referendum in 2016, rather than in 2017. This is extraordinarily difficult but even so it is very much a possibility.


Elected London Regional Organiser Steve Squire will step down on January 1st 2016 Clarification of Job Offer

Clarification concerning the contents of the reply of Party Leader Adam Walker regarding my resignation as London Regional Organiser to become effective on January 1st 2016

When Adam Walker, then one of the candidates standing in the BNP Leadership Election, offered me the position of Deputy Leader, I told Adam Walker that we should wait until after the Leadership Election when the name of the new party leader was confirmed.

At the time the offer was made, I thought it was inappropriate to accept such offer from one of the candidates standing in the Leadership Election, as it could have been interpreted as an effort by one of the candidates standing in the Leadership Election to gain support in the London Region.

At the time, there were two candidates standing for Leader of the Party, Adam Walker and Paul Hilliard and it would not have been ethical to accept such an offer.

Adam Walker did agree with me that it wasn’t the right time to make such an offer and stated that he would call me after the Leadership Election should he be confirmed as Party Leader.

Nevertheless, I must add that the intention in making the offer was to galvanize the North and the South of the party by having a Deputy Leader in the south.


Steve Squire

Dear Adam,

I have finally decided after “Hitting the Glass Ceiling” due to Cronyism to step down from all my official positions I hold on behalf of the Party.
I have had a fantastic 5years as The London Organiser,I must mention the London BNP team whom without their loyal support I could not have lasted so long.
So a special thank you to all London BNP and good luck for the future.


S.K.Squire.

Communication sent by London Regional Press Officer to Party Leader Adam Walker reporting correspondence received from London Regional Organiser Steve Squire.


Adam,

It is my duty to inform you in accordance with instructions received from the London Regional Organiser Steve Squire that I have a Letter of Resignation of the London Regional Organiser in my possession, resignation that would become effective on January 1st, 2016, if circumstances leading to the issuing of such Letter of Resignation do not change.

I am also obliged to report this matter to relevant officers in the London Region and especially, within the London Region, to our Mayoral Candidate for the 2016 GLA Election (Dave Furness) and to the officer acting as Agent for the 2016 GLA Election (Mike Jones).

The foundation for the issuing of the said Letter of Resignation is what the elected London Regional Organiser qualifies as ‘having hit a glass ceiling’ and cronyism following the appointment of the Deputy Leader of the party. The London Regional Organiser has made representations to me that he rejected an offer of appointment as Deputy Leader, offer made by you and by Clive Jefferson a few weeks ago and indicated that the party has 12 (twelve regions) and that from any of those regions we could have had candidates standing for election. He stated that, despite the fact that there are no provisions in the present Constitution regarding the election of a Deputy Leader, such an election would have created a very positive precedent and become encouraging news in times of adversity as evidence of party unity.

My duty is to report to you such serious matter without apportioning blame nor engaging in any kind of argumentation regarding the reasons cited in the Letter or Resignation. I will be dealing with facts and I am merely reporting facts.

With regards to other matters, rest assured that I will never remain silent and that I will always express an honest and very straightforward opinion regarding issues of a political nature and that if I tell you that it is going to rain you better bring an umbrella.

My educated comment is that you should be certain that whatever is happening within the British National Party has not gone amiss inside the British National Party and outside the British National Party.

The organization as a whole is very fragile. Far too much happened before the expulsion of its former Leader Nick Griffin and after the appointment and ratification by the Membership of yourself as legitimate Leader of the British National Party.

It is not for me to question the actions of the Leadership of the Party but as eyes and ears of the party it is my duty to report to you and to those who would be natural members of the London Regional Council what is happening in London of all places, a few months before a crucially important GLA Election. The party has always taken part in the GLA Election and has done so both under John Tyndall and Nick Griffin and it would a first in the history of the party if we were to be absent in 2016.

KGH

Communication received by London Regional Press Officer from Party Leader Adam Walker reporting acceptance of Letter of Resignation of London Regional Organiser Steve Squire.

Dear Karl,

Thank you for your communication of Steve Squire’s intended resignation sent to me and to other BNP London officials.

I would like to clear up several issues included in your email:


Firstly, for the record, as everyone who has ever sat on the BNP National Executive Committee knows, the position of Deputy Chairman has been offered to any NEC member. Consistently, no one has stood up to take on the huge responsibility that comes with it.

Naturally, way back in February, I was very pleased when during a trip to London, Richard Perry and other Officials from the south approached me and stated that Steve wanted the position.

I offered Steve the position of Deputy Chairman in May. Steve declined.

Several weeks ago, I was very grateful to Clive Jefferson for stepping forward when asked to take on the thankless task of Deputy Chairman, once again placing himself in the unenviable position of financial accountability for the whole party.

It remains to be said, that the GLA Election campaign is already underway with the full backing and support of Central Party. Established, strong lines of communication between key London Officials and Head Office are already in place. These elections will be fought according to plans currently being crafted, with the dedicated and fully committed London team and the Election Agent.

Rest assured, the decisions I’ve made to stabilise our party will remain in place well beyond January. The BNP has always operated a policy of resisting threats and rejecting ultimatums issued by individuals who feel they are bigger than the Party. The stability and security of the BNP will always be placed above the egos of such people.

In the light of Steve’s ultimatum, I hereby accept his resignation as BNP London RO.

I would like to thank Steve for his hard work over the years and I wish him all the very best in all his future endeavours.

Best of British,

Adam Walker
British National Party Chairman

Explanation of the Process leader to the Offer of Resignation put forward by London Regional Organiser Steve Squire

1) As a member of the National Executive of the British National Party and duly elected London Regional Organizer, Steve Squire declined the offer to be appointed Deputy Leader of the British National Party.

2) Steve Squire's understanding is that despite the fact that there is no Constitutional Provision to have an elected Deputy Leader the position of Deputy Leader should be subject of an election, very much like the position of Party Leader.

3) Via the London Regional Press Office a message was sent to Party Leader Adam Walker and other party officials including party officers in the London Region.

4) A communication was received today, sent by Party Leader Adam Walker accepting Steve Squire's resignation from January 1st, 2016.





Monday, 14 December 2015

Elected London Regional Organiser Steve Squire will step down on January 1st 2016

Dear Adam,

I have finally decided after “Hitting the Glass Ceiling” due to Cronyism to step down from all my official positions I hold on behalf of the Party.
I have had a fantastic 5years as The London Organiser,I must mention the London BNP team whom without their loyal support I could not have lasted so long.
So a special thank you to all London BNP and good luck for the future.


S.K.Squire.

Communication sent by London Regional Press Officer to Party Leader Adam Walker reporting correspondence received from London Regional Organiser Steve Squire.


Adam,

It is my duty to inform you in accordance with instructions received from the London Regional Organiser Steve Squire that I have a Letter of Resignation of the London Regional Organiser in my possession, resignation that would become effective on January 1st, 2016, if circumstances leading to the issuing of such Letter of Resignation do not change.

I am also obliged to report this matter to relevant officers in the London Region and especially, within the London Region, to our Mayoral Candidate for the 2016 GLA Election (Dave Furness) and to the officer acting as Agent for the 2016 GLA Election (Mike Jones).

The foundation for the issuing of the said Letter of Resignation is what the elected London Regional Organiser qualifies as ‘having hit a glass ceiling’ and cronyism following the appointment of the Deputy Leader of the party. The London Regional Organiser has made representations to me that he rejected an offer of appointment as Deputy Leader, offer made by you and by Clive Jefferson a few weeks ago and indicated that the party has 12 (twelve regions) and that from any of those regions we could have had candidates standing for election. He stated that, despite the fact that there are no provisions in the present Constitution regarding the election of a Deputy Leader, such an election would have created a very positive precedent and become encouraging news in times of adversity as evidence of party unity.

My duty is to report to you such serious matter without apportioning blame nor engaging in any kind of argumentation regarding the reasons cited in the Letter or Resignation. I will be dealing with facts and I am merely reporting facts.

With regards to other matters, rest assured that I will never remain silent and that I will always express an honest and very straightforward opinion regarding issues of a political nature and that if I tell you that it is going to rain you better bring an umbrella.

My educated comment is that you should be certain that whatever is happening within the British National Party has not gone amiss inside the British National Party and outside the British National Party.

The organization as a whole is very fragile. Far too much happened before the expulsion of its former Leader Nick Griffin and after the appointment and ratification by the Membership of yourself as legitimate Leader of the British National Party.

It is not for me to question the actions of the Leadership of the Party but as eyes and ears of the party it is my duty to report to you and to those who would be natural members of the London Regional Council what is happening in London of all places, a few months before a crucially important GLA Election. The party has always taken part in the GLA Election and has done so both under John Tyndall and Nick Griffin and it would a first in the history of the party if we were to be absent in 2016.

KGH

Communication received by London Regional Press Officer from Party Leader Adam Walker reporting acceptance of Letter of Resignation of London Regional Organiser Steve Squire.

Dear Karl,

Thank you for your communication of Steve Squire’s intended resignation sent to me and to other BNP London officials.

I would like to clear up several issues included in your email:


Firstly, for the record, as everyone who has ever sat on the BNP National Executive Committee knows, the position of Deputy Chairman has been offered to any NEC member. Consistently, no one has stood up to take on the huge responsibility that comes with it.

Naturally, way back in February, I was very pleased when during a trip to London, Richard Perry and other Officials from the south approached me and stated that Steve wanted the position.

I offered Steve the position of Deputy Chairman in May. Steve declined.

Several weeks ago, I was very grateful to Clive Jefferson for stepping forward when asked to take on the thankless task of Deputy Chairman, once again placing himself in the unenviable position of financial accountability for the whole party.

It remains to be said, that the GLA Election campaign is already underway with the full backing and support of Central Party. Established, strong lines of communication between key London Officials and Head Office are already in place. These elections will be fought according to plans currently being crafted, with the dedicated and fully committed London team and the Election Agent.

Rest assured, the decisions I’ve made to stabilise our party will remain in place well beyond January. The BNP has always operated a policy of resisting threats and rejecting ultimatums issued by individuals who feel they are bigger than the Party. The stability and security of the BNP will always be placed above the egos of such people.

In the light of Steve’s ultimatum, I hereby accept his resignation as BNP London RO.

I would like to thank Steve for his hard work over the years and I wish him all the very best in all his future endeavours.

Best of British,

Adam Walker
British National Party Chairman

Explanation of the Process leader to the Offer of Resignation put forward by London Regional Organiser Steve Squire

1) As a member of the National Executive of the British National Party and duly elected London Regional Organizer, Steve Squire declined the offer to be appointed Deputy Leader of the British National Party.

2) Steve Squire's understanding is that despite the fact that there is no Constitutional Provision to have an elected Deputy Leader the position of Deputy Leader should be subject of an election, very much like the position of Party Leader.

3) Via the London Regional Press Office a message was sent to Party Leader Adam Walker and other party officials including party officers in the London Region.

4) A communication was received today, sent by Party Leader Adam Walker accepting Steve Squire's resignation from January 1st, 2016.






Front National- Wins an army of Regional Councillors with 45% of the vote

The Conservative Party, the Labour Party and the Liberal Democrats in Britain would like to have a defeat like the one they attribute to Front National in France that just got 45 per cent of the vote - 6.6 million votes - smashing its previous record in a national election.

Front National has now an army of regional councillors, tripling its previous number around the country and turning it into an opposition force to be reckoned with, says The Daily Telegraph, adding that this not only stands for Marine Le Pen in good stead for the presidential elections of 2017 but changes the entire French political landscape.

The big loser in this election was Socialist President Fran├žois Hollande that has control of 21 out 22 regions and now has five out of 13. In an effort to counter Front National, the Socialists of Fran├žois Hollande condemned themselves to third place.




Saturday, 12 December 2015

Donald Trump: Man of the Day


Donald Trump is the Man of the Day, now under attacks launched by Benjamin Netanyahu, the man directly responsible for injuring more than 10,000 Palestinians in Gaza, murdering more than 2,500 of them and destroying more than 97,000 homes.

Jewish racism and genocidal attacks against Palestinian now come to the fore, adding to the existing charges the charge of hypocrisy on a massive scale.

http://newobserveronline.com/trumpisrael-racist-jewish-ultra-hypocrisy/

https://www.donaldjtrump.com/

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Syria IS Bombing

Motion to bomb Islamic State headquarters and others installations operated by Islamic State in Syria

I went yesterday to the House of Commons to listen with intent and in situ to all the arguments presented on the Syrian issue.

66 Labour MPs out of 231 Labour MPs supported the government motion - this means in practical terms that the vast majority of Labour MPs supported Jeremy Corbyn's position against bombing Syria. So all the talk by the mass media about a rebellion against Jeremy Corbyn is utter and absolute rubbish.   

1)    The Conservatives presented the case not as war on Syria but as an extension of military operations presently carried out in Iraq despite the fact that crossing into Syria will effectively mean entering into another country without the express authorization of the Syrian government.

2)    In Iraq, air attacks are carried out in cooperation with Iraqi ground forces. In Syria, air attacks will be carried out mainly in Raqqa (a town that is reportedly being used as headquarters by  Islamic State in order to carry operations in Syria and elsewhere).

3)    The motion presented in the House of Commons makes no mention of British ground forces being involved in Syria and it leaves open the question about what kind of effectiveness bombing operations will have without the involvement of troops on the ground.

4)    Trying to deflect the issue of not having British ground forces, or EU ground forces or NATO ground forces ore regional forces from neighbouring countries, the Conservatives gave a figure that was constantly changing mentioning groups that are already fighting in Iraq against both the Syrian government, against Islamic States and against each other (40,000, 50,000, 70,000) and that therefore lack any kind of coordination.

5)    The issue of Turkey and of Saudi Arabia supporting Islamic State was brought up several times and the question about who is supporting Islamic State was insistently made without having any formal reply from the Government that put forward the motion.

Karl Hohenstauffen