Abraham Van Helsing | 01.06.2013 22:03 | Anti-racism
The same image flipped left-to-right
BNP founder John Tyndall (suit) with Nazi serial killer David Copeland (baseball
Italian terrorist Roberto Fiore with BNP chairman Nick Griffin
Outside the police pen the BNP were opposed by hundreds of Anti-Fascists, who successfully prevented the BNP from marching, at all, let alone to Whitehall. Inside the pen, with a level of stupidity that could only come from people who are thick enough not to realise Fascism can't ever be "patriotic", the BNP flew the flag of sectarian terrorists the UVF - clearly demonstrating their own involvement in the preaching of hatred. In the 1st photo we see the flags of the BNP (white background) and UVF (violet-pink background), with their letters reversed as the flags were blown backwards by the wind (in the 2nd photo we see the same image flipped left-to-right, so the words "British National Party" and letters "UVF" can be read more clearly).
As a measure of just what BNP support for UVF terrorism represents, on the 17th May 1974 car bombs were detonated in Monaghan and in Dublin which killed 33 civilians and wounded nearly 300 more. No warnings were given, most of the victims were young women, and (as with the David Copeland bombings) one of the victims was an unborn baby. It took the UVF 19 years to find the courage to admit they'd been responsible for these murders, but, undeterred, in the same year the UVF admitted responsibility, on the 18th of June 1994, the UVF attacked a pub in Loughinisland, County Down, murdering 6 civilians and wounding 5 more. The attack was carried out in retaliation for equally vicious and brutal IRA murders, murders to which none of this attack's victims had any connection. In the UVF's 30-year career of terrorist butchery, they killed over 480 people, more than two-thirds of whom were innocent civilians.
If you're wondering whether the BNP's relationship with hate preachers is some kind of isolated incident, when BNP chairman Nick Griffin was leader of the NF, Nick Griffin supported Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi, who sponsored the murder of 270 innocent people in the Lockerbie plane bombing. Nick Griffin travelled to Libya seeking financial support from the Muslim dictator, and returned to the UK with hundreds of copies of the "Green Book", in which the Muslim dictator expounded his political philosophy, which, despite failing to secure any funding, Griffin still circulated to NF activists and to members of the public. Finally, Nick Griffin's business partner and closest long-term political ally is an Italian Fascist called Roberto Fiore - an ex-member of a Nazi group called the Armed Revolutionary Nuclei, who killed 85 people, including 2 British tourists, and injured 200, when they blew up Bologna railway station in 1980. Having been convicted in-absentia for membership of a banned terror cell, Roberto Fiore escaped arrest by hiding-out in London until his conviction lapsed, in the flat that Fiore shared with Nick Griffin.
Abraham Van Helsing