New and old faces gather in Salford to hear North East Regional Organiser Chris Thornton and Lady Dorothy Brooke speak at the latest meeting held.
Chris Thornton BNP
The first part of the meeting was taken by party stalwart Chris Thornton who told the crowd of his recent encounter in his local library where he found a muslim group trying to indoctrinate children into their cult, he told a Salford branch of how he had attempted to talk to muslim lady, who had been left to man the stand, some very simple questions about their profit Mohammed, some of the questions were understood but when he asked some more awkward ones like does she find it acceptable that he had sex with a 9 year old girl, then that old chest nut comes up 'cant understand' shame he didn't have a interpreter.
The second part of the meeting was handed to Lady Dorothy Brooke who told the Salford crowd what she had been doing in her branch up in the North East, anti halal protests and table top sessions to raise awareness of the party, she finished by observing a two minutes silence to the recent troops who had been killed in Afghanistan.
Lady Dorothy Brooke BNP
After the break, and sale of the latest British National Party paper Voice of Freedom it was handed over to Salford's very own acting Northwest Regional Organiser who told his branch what we as a party had been doing over the past couple of months and what we will be doing in the future.
Northwest Regional Organiser Gary Tumulty BNP
Hundreds of new party leaflets were handed out along with a very healthy collection and a good plan of action, Gary Tumulty tells site "I love having new speakers in Salford and i welcome any one from around the country to come and give it a go, I thank Chris and Dorothy who traveled such a distance to be with us and didn't ask for petrol money, I also like the fact we had new faces at Salford that evening who all left in a up beat tempo taking leaflets and wanting to attend more".
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