Introduction

The indigenous British population of Birmingham is doomed. Current government estimates put the ethnic minority population at thirty per cent and this is likely to be an underestimate. Demographers predict that the indigenous population will become a minority around 2015, in less than eight years from now. In twenty years time Birmingham will be a unrecognisable patchwork of conflicting ethnic groupings with the remaining British population packed into ever shrinking ghettos. Most of the white population who can afford to will have fled. Those that remain will be eventually assimilated into which ever dominant culture which surrounds them; Polish, Bengali, Pakistani, West Indian, Somalian or Indian.

However there exists a group of people determined that the destruction of the unique culture of Birmingham will not go unopposed. A small team comprised of truck drivers, carers, warehousemen, middle management, mothers, service sector workers and professional people committed to democratic non-violent resistance to the ethnic cleansing of the city. Birmingham's ruling elite has enormous resources of all kinds, an entrenched position and a vast pool of client voters. The Birmingham BNP has nothing but imagination and determination. Welcome to our blog.

Tuesday, 29 May 2007

Two more local soliders die in Blair's wars



TWO LOCAL SOLDIERS KILLED IN A SINGLE WEEK Sadly we have recently lost two local soldiers to the phoney ‘war on terror’. On Monday 21 May fighters attacked a British convoy in central Basra killing Cpl Jeremy Brookes, a 28-year-old from Birmingham. Five days later, near the Afghan town of Garmsir, British troops were engaging Taliban fighters when Guardsman Daniel Probyn was fatally wounded. The 22-year-old was from Tipton in the Black Country. Both men were hailed heroes as they died selflessly to protect the lives of their colleagues. Cpl Brookes went down fighting as he ordered his men back inside the armoured vehicle and covered them as they went. Just before the explosion that took Guardsman Probyn’s life he warned troops of the danger that lay ahead and moved them away from his position. These sacrifices will not be forgotten, nor will the betrayal of the treacherous politicians who sent them to faraway lands to die in conflicts that serve no British interest.


The BNP is the only party to have opposed the war in Iraq for the right reasons. David Cameron can bleat all he likes, but when it came to it he voted in favour of aggression and to this day he and his colleagues remain in favour, as does the incoming Prime Minister. The British death toll in Iraq currently stands at 149 with a further 57 troops killed in Afghanistan. Blood is well and truly on the hands of Blair, Brown, Cameron and co.


Tuesday, 22 May 2007

Welcome

You are reading the first ever BNP blog from Britain’s second city – the eastern part of which to be precise. It is here that the Party has established itself as part of the community since 2001 when the first East Birmingham BNP group was launched. Since then we have developed nationalist strongholds across the unoccupied territories of the eastern outer circle and last year we were re-launched in our right after almost four years under the city-wide branch banner. This re-organisation was due to massive growth throughout the city and we are proud to continue the good work alongside our colleagues in both the north and south Birmingham groups.

Here in the east of the city we have consistently set the benchmark for the party in Brum. In the 2004 local elections Labour candidates were beaten by the Birmingham BNP for the first time ever – and six times over no less. All three Labour candidates in Sheldon were beaten as were all three Labour candidates in Stechford & Yardley (one of which was one Liam Byrne who later went on to become a Home Office minister). He was elected in the 2005 general election that saw another Birmingham record set in the East, twice over this time. Yardley constituency recorded the largest ever BNP vote in a parliamentary election and along with neighbouring Hodge Hill was the first time the party had ever held deposits in the second city. The following year we recorded the largest ever share of the vote, this time in Shard End ward, and that ward remains the BNP’s strongest in Brum to this day, although we freely admit we were hoping for better things in Shard End this time round. And that’s where we differ from the other parties – if you want to hear spin and lies the BNP is not the party for you. We fully accept that on May 3rd we performed poorly across the city. In our target wards, such as Shard End, hard work by dedicated party activists only held our vote and those wards where we did not campaign our vote dipped significantly. For this failure the BNP apologises unreservedly to the people of Birmingham, because of our failure the native population will not be represented on the city council for another year and by the time we have a chance to make amends they will have taken another step towards becoming an ethnic minority in their own city. We do not regard this as acceptable.

Our poor performance in May 2007 could be put down to a number of reasons, the general inexperience of our campaign team is certainly one. Many of our activists were members who had joined up since the previous election and were new to the game. It was also the first time the Party had been able to launch multiple campaigns campaign in specific target wards. In years gone by the membership was smaller and consequently the Party‘s resources were spread much thinner. Our activists and members are also ordinary working people with not much free time on their hands. In addition we do not have the decades of experience to call on like the Lib-Lab-Con alliance party. While we tried to campaign on local issues, the Labour candidate called in very possibly illegal third party groups like the UAF, Searchlight and Unison to launch their trademark smears against us. We believed that the general perception of the BNP was not that of a racist or ‘Nazi’ organisation, perhaps we were wrong. One thing we are pretty sure of though is that the majority of native Brummies (and indeed a growing number of certain ethnic minority groups) agree with the bulk of our policies, it is merely a sad reflection of today’s democracy that three out of four people just do not vote! We also lacked the finance to produce high quality election material and could not deliver the full colour glossy leaflets that the Labour Party did. And whilst we poured many thousands of leaflets into our wards our opponents relied on telephone canvassing and this appears to have been extremely effective. God only knows what was said by the Labour telecanvassing teams to the electorate. We know of one case elsewhere in the country where the Labour Party told voters they could not vote BNP as there was not a BNP candidate, this in a ward with existing BNP councillors. By and large, Lib-Lab-Con candidates and activists rarely entered the wards they were contesting. As such they were spared the unpleasant reality of what their policies had created in areas such as Bromford and Kitts Green. They did not care for nor bother meeting the people who they have betrayed for decades in person. We have learnt from the recent election, from both our mistakes and theirs, and we are confident that we will do better next time.

Over the coming months we in East Birmingham will seek to mobilise the nationalist community into an effective support mechanism for our front-line activists. In part the aim of this blog is to aid that effort by establishing contact with the increasing number of people who have access to the net and support the cause of the British people and nation. If you would like to help in our fight against the corruption, incompetence and arrogance of our ruling elite there are many roles which you can play. We are acutely aware that the persecution of the BNP by the government and its allies can make outspoken support a costly act of defiance. However, you can still make a real contribution to the campaign without thrusting yourself into the limelight, all you need is a few spare hours of your time each month so please feel free to contact the party either through our website (www.bnp.org.uk) or directly through this blog. You don’t really know how a little work can make a massive difference until you try. We believe as a result of our experiences this year that our opponents are not the invincible force they would have you believe. They have no answers to our arguments which is why they refuse to debate will our representatives on the TV or on the streets. Sooner or later we will succeed in getting the real message of the BNP out to the hard pushed British taxpayers and families and when we do the game is up for the bankrupt politicians which govern us today.In the May 2007 elections our opponents were forced to rely on the slurs of other people to keep us at bay, but next year, with the help of the decent patriotic people of Birmingham helping out, such lies will not be enough to save them. That’s bad news for the Lib-Lab-Con one-part alliance because lying is all they know …