Sunday, 7 October 2012

Salford Day Of Action

Salford

Salford British National Party join the National Day of Action, by holding their well known table top on the local shopping centre, along with Northwest MEP and party Chairman Nick Griffin in attendance.

With the rain holding back and a few rays of sun, activists collect a number of signatures for the EU referendum petitions, along with signing up local die hard supporters to the postal vote, The people of Salford are fed up of being put to the back of the queue, and being miss lead and lied to by the old gang who run the council, 'Labour', and feel it is only the British National Party who can undo and free us from the mess they have got us into.

One lady who we spoke to who had voted BNP for the first time in the past elections said, "It really upsets me to watch what is happening here in Salford, most recently Labour' Ian Stewart was elected to be the mayor of this city and has taken a £69,000 pay packet, and claims on BBC he didn't have a manifesto to be elected, does he think we are all stupid or is he rubbing salt in the wounds, I voted BNP for the first time and will continue to do so from now on, after hearing how Salford Council pay electric and gas utility bills for the asylum seekers and leave us to struggle. Its only your party who spoke up for us to the council, everyone in my block of flats know this as well, because word does get round".


Red Front Embarrassing.

Interestingly enough the Social Workers Party (SWP) decided to show up with their operation Red Front table top, but Salford is awaking to their tricks, bycoted by the Salfordians, and in disarray to watch the British National Party support, the two reds stood there with faces like they was chewing wasps, The security from the local shopping centre also told them to move their stall away from the centre, this was funny to watch and hear them cry like baby's  when they said "The BNP  have taken our spot" wrong again!!, Its our spot we are there most weekends but it was highly entertaining and our activists thank you for the laugh.

Acting Northwest Regional Organiser Gary Tumulty, from Salford says "What a fantastic day we have had here on the precinct, as always i am overwhelmed by the level of support we received  and i thank all the people of Salford who gave us the time to come along and sign the petition's and postal vote forms".

To contact Salford British National Party then ring / text 07909674006 email salford@bnp.org.uk or write to BNP, PO Box 16, Salford, M6 7PT.

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