07 October 2006

Fascist Filth and Bombings

Via Pickled Politics

"TWO Pendle men have appeared before Pennine magistrates accused of having "a master plan" after what is believed to be a record haul of chemicals used in making home-made bombs was found in Colne.
Robert Cottage (49), of Talbot Street, Colne, and David Bolus Jackson (62), of Trent Road, Nelson, made separate appearances before the court charged with being in possession of an explosive substance for an unlawful purpose. The offences are under the Explosive Substances Act 1883.
Both men were remanded in custody to appear at Burnley Crown Court on October 23rd. Cottage was arrested at his home on Thursday, while retired dentist Jackson was arrested in the Lancaster area on Friday, the same day as he left a dental practice in Grange-over-Sands.
The 22 chemical components recovered by police are believed to be the largest haul ever found at a house in this country.
Cottage is an ex-BNP member who stood as a candidate in the Pendle Council elections in May.
Mrs Christiana Buchanan, who appeared for the prosecution in Jackson's case, alleged the pair had "some kind of masterplan".
She said a search of Jackson's home had uncovered rocket launchers, chemicals, BNP literature and a nuclear biological suit.
Police raided Cottage's Talbot Street home on Thursday of last week. The house was taped off while forensics officers searched the premises. Neighbours were told to stay in their homes for their own safety. Mr Cottage's car was also taken away for examination.
Officers also made a thorough examination of Jackson's Trent Road home and, again, officers were on duty outside the house. Forensics officers examined the property."

Ex-BNP?? Oh yeah, sure. He was a fully paid up member of the BNP until 5 months ago, and now they are trying to deny his past/current political affiliations, the reality is that he still is a member, just they want to disassociate themselves from him.

The BNP is full of would-be fascist bombers**, who for the moment find it more opportune to wear a smile and tone down their fascist rhetoric, but once in a while one of the thugs gives the game away, showing the BNP for what they truly are: Neo-Nazis in suits , with new patter to disguise their fascist heritage.

**Let us not forget about that BNP/Neo-Nazi nutter David Copeland, the nail bomber that attacked Brick Lane, Brixton and Admiral Duncan in Soho in the late 1990s.

Searchlight reminds us that "In the mid 1980s Lecomber received a derisory three-year prison sentence after a nail bomb he was trying to deliver to the headquarters of a leftwing organisation went off prematurely in his car. When the Bomb Squad searched his home in Ilford, east London, they found home-made hand-grenades and electronic detonators."

Cottage, Copeland and Lecomber, the tip of the neo-Nazis iceberg


SnoopyTheGoon said...

Nice guys, no doubt. Probably more were these come from...

Anonymous said...

What does the death count statistic say? That is, how many people have been killed by BNP (or like)'terrorists', as opposed to, say, muslim ones? Where is the greater risk?

Regarding the BNP in general: What about statistics about ordinary criminality? Especially violent criminality. Is the average white Englishman more in danger of being a victim of a crime committed by a non-white, or is it the other way around?

The Indpendent recently published the results of a "diversity" survey which showed that in Britain 1/3 of muslim households with dependent children do not have a working adult. So presumably a big majority of these people are on public assistance. Given that, how does muslim immigration make sense for the UK? Why should English taxpayers be coerced to pay for it? And why is it wrong, or 'racist', to act on this data politically?

Regarding Blacks in Britain: According to this article in the Guardian (of all places) there are twice as many Blacks in jail as attending university. And actually, I expect the ratio is higher than that. So how does more immigration of Blacks to Britain make sense?

Anonymous said...

And according to this article, most people in Britain actually find a lot to agree with amidst BNP policies. At least until they are informed that the policies are those of the BNP. Which says the mainstream media has effectively demonized the BNP, without having to actually put forth a decent counterargument. Rather convenient.

The BNP is full of would-be fascist bombers**,...showing the BNP for what they truly are: Neo-Nazis in suits,...

Does this also describe members of the British public who agree with their policies but are not members of the BNP?

And actually, it seems to me the answer to the question about the "heritage" of the BNP is fabricated by the media in -- again -- a rather convenient way.