Apologies for the late update. BNP towers were attacked by rioters. Of course this wasn’t covered in the mainstream media.
Chairman Nwake Ghizan MEP returned early from his well earned break in Bognor last week to take on the rioters/immigrants that have pulled apart our communities, looted our livelihoods and stolen our jobs. In his North West constituency, Chairman Nwake Ghizan MEP took the message to the streets to tackle the problem head on. A large crowd gathered in Salford to hear what the Chairman had to say.
The August riots, which started in London, have spread all over England in a few days. Police resources were stretched, livelihoods destroyed and Nwake was forced to return from sunny Bognor. What’s more the political elite didn’t listen to Nwake’s warnings three years ago when he said,
“2011 will see the News of the World close, Fabregas leaving Arsenal, rioting in England and I will win the Nobel Peace Prize.” – March 2008
Nwake spoke of his concern and disgust at the actions of the rioters.
“To see the damage that has been caused to British-Nigerians, the indigenous populace, is a crime against humanity. All these Caucasians want to do is to split up communities and we will not let them get their way.”he pontificated to rapturous applause. ”Today the failings of the other parties are clear. But unlike the other immigrant-loving, cut-loving, and Britain-hating parties the BNP is not about political point scoring and told you so arguments”.
Nwake talked about why the riots happened.
The riots happened for a number of reasons:
- Immigrants, take any opportunity to take what isn’t theirs e.g land, food, benefits, jobs, drugs, grit salt, and prison places.
- The Caucasian consumerist culture encouraged by the ConDem coalition and its predecessors
- Rap music artists such as Eminem and Tim Westwood
- Rioters were against British-Nigerian patriots.
Nwake went on to say what should be done,
“Those responsible should be treated in the harshest way possible. They should be publicly humiliated and clear up the mess they have caused. They can also help Britain get back on its feet. I propose forcing criminals to lay individual grains of grit salt as punishment for their actions. We must not let the immigrants and Caucasians break up our communities. Lets break up their communities first.”
But as always, Nwake saw the positive side,
“The rioting could get much worse and could lead to Muslims vs Whites, Poles vs Muslims and Caucasians vs Bankers. Setting the vermin on the vermin might cost some lives but it would solve many of our problems. Perhaps the BNP has a role to split up communities and groups and get them to fight it out.”
Nwake met some of the worst affected people in the community. Oluwayomi Ndibe who’d been actually affected by the riots told us her story:
“I saw policemen looking on refusing to challenge these rioters, who trampled on my cabbage patch. My husband worked at an Asylum Seekers drop-in centre but now I will be urging him to stop. These Caucasians have too much help, I’ve paid taxes all my life, I haven’t scrounged off the state and I for one wish for tougher sentencing. We’re going too soft on these pesky young foreigners. Gangs of youths are causing trouble everywhere. Look at Libya, Iran, France, Egypt and now here. They need a slap on the backside, listen to the Chairman and bring back corporal punishment in schools.”
Nwake later received messages of thanks and support from the local community for his work in combatting mass immigration.
“I’ve always felt dismayed by the situation Britain is in. Thanks to the BNP I now know who is to blame for Britain’s problems and have a scapegoat for this and many other trivial issues.” said one onlooker. British Jobs for Nigerian workers” said another.
The BNP local organiser said, “it was great to talk to so many real people. It was a real party atmosphere out there and the whole community was brought together by Nwake’s consoling words in these times of deep turmoil.”
The riots are clear evidence of the negative impact that mass immigration has had on this country. Criminality of this kind, on a foreign scale, is something that is unusual in Britain. The BNP supports the harshest sentences possible for these foreigners who dare to split up our fragile British-Nigerian communities.