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AN OUTRAGED Bexhill resident has complained that a political party is misleading the public by disguising their campaign under the banner of a ‘save our troops’ fundraising drive.

The resident, who does not want to be named, says he has twice seen off campaigners for the Britain First political party.

The first time was in Eastbourne a couple of weeks ago and more recently in Western Road, Bexhill.

On both occasions he videoed the campaigners and their response to his questions which can be seen on YouTube

The ‘have a go’ resident claims that by placing Union Jacks on trestle tables along with posters saying ‘save our troops’, and by allegedly taking money from unsuspecting members of the public, that Britain First is being deceptive. He said: “One hundred per cent of people think they are giving money to our troops. I think it’s a scam and they are actually pocketing the money to fund their campaign.”

On challenging the two male campaigners he saw in Bexhill last week the men said they were doing “nothing wrong” and were just taking money for the sale of badges.

However the resident continued to question the pair and said he was reporting them to the police, provoking one of the men to respond angrily and say: “What we are doing is perfectly f****** legal.”

Shortly afterwards the men packed up and moved on.

Another resident, Paul Plim, also voiced his concerns about the campaign and what he describes as “far right extremists”, adding:“People were also being given fly sheets titled ‘Support our Troops BRING THEM BACK HOME’. Please, I beg the people of Bexhill, do not be hoodwinked into passing your contact details on to these people.”

Despite contacting Britain First, which describes itself as being ‘a patriotic political movement’, the Observer was unable to obtain any comment. Sussex Police has made contact with the party and says whatever its intentions Britian First does not have a licence to operate in Bexhill.

PCSO James Armstrong, public engagement officer, said: “At this stage, PC Roy Warren has spoken to Rother District Council’s environmental health department, which states no permission for Britain First to have a stall in Bexhill has been given and no licence has been permitted to collect any donations.

“I have spoken to James Dowson, Britain First’s admin manager, who states that they are just collecting signatures and should not be selling anything, and that the only time they would accept money is if someone offered a few pounds as donation to their political cause.

“If they are seen in Bexhill officers will stop them to obtain details and explain that they need to talk to Rother District Council to obtain permission to place a stall in the town centre.”

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Bexhill Town Forum.Commie nigger lover sussed. March 2010 Chairman Paul Plim wants to open voting to everyone rather than just those who belong to the forum executive."Bexhill is changing demographically, socially and ethnically."We as an organisation need to reflect that. We need to ensure that new people arriving into Bexhill feel at home."There are no restrictions on membership so anyone of any age, social status, religion, and ethnicity can join and use the forum as a place to be passionate about our Bexhill."2009.Strike.Paul Plim, Bexhill's representative for the Communications Workers Union........Just an ordinary member of the public.Honest guv.I aint got no agenda mate....
 
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Bexhill Town Forum.Commie nigger lover sussed. March 2010 Chairman Paul Plim wants to open voting to everyone rather than just those who belong to the forum executive."Bexhill is changing demographically, socially and ethnically."We as an organisation need to reflect that. We need to ensure that new people arriving into Bexhill feel at home."There are no restrictions on membership so anyone of any age, social status, religion, and ethnicity can join and use the forum as a place to be passionate about our Bexhill."2009.Strike.Paul Plim, Bexhill's representative for the Communications Workers Union........Just an ordinary member of the public.Honest guv.I aint got no agenda mate....
I have suspected that Golding is a Jew. He jumped the BNP and went into business for himself. It would be interesting to audit where all of the money goes that they collect. It seems to me that all of the so called right wing parties have been co-opted by the Jews and neutered. The exceptions may be Golden Dawn in Greece and Jobbik in Hungary.
 
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I have suspected that Golding is a Jew. He jumped the BNP and went into business for himself. It would be interesting to audit where all of the money goes that they collect. It seems to me that all of the so called right wing parties have been co-opted by the Jews and neutered. The exceptions may be Golden Dawn in Greece and Jobbik in Hungary.
I have met Paul Golding in person many moons ago. I can tell you that he doesn't look Jewish in the slightest. He may be many things, but he isn't Jewish. That I am sure of.
 
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Bexhill Town Forum.Commie nigger lover sussed. March 2010 Chairman Paul Plim wants to open voting to everyone rather than just those who belong to the forum executive."Bexhill is changing demographically, socially and ethnically."We as an organisation need to reflect that. We need to ensure that new people arriving into Bexhill feel at home."There are no restrictions on membership so anyone of any age, social status, religion, and ethnicity can join and use the forum as a place to be passionate about our Bexhill."2009.Strike.Paul Plim, Bexhill's representative for the Communications Workers Union........Just an ordinary member of the public.Honest guv.I aint got no agenda mate....
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Prominent loyalist flag protestor Jim Dowson has been arrested in east Belfast.
Jim Dowson arrested in flags probe


Jim Dowson during a protest in Belfast at lunchtime. (© Pacemaker)

The 48-year-old, who was seen at a protest outside City Hall on Friday afternoon, was later detained by officers from the Operation Dulcet inquiry team.

He is being questioned on suspicion of offences linked to the ongoing flags demonstrations.

Willie Frazer and Jamie Bryson, both key figures in organising the protests, were arrested earlier in the week as part of the same investigation.

Mr Frazer was remanded in custody after appearing court on six charges on Friday.

The protests have been taking place across Northern Ireland since December when Belfast City Council voted to reduce the number of days it flies the Union flag.

Police asked motorists to avoid city centre at around 1pm after a group of around 200 people gathered, causing "severe disruption" to traffic.

Protestors stayed on the footpath at the front of City Hall in a peaceful demonstration for an hour, according to PSNI.

"Police prevented any attempt to parade by blocking Chicester Street for a short period of time," a spokesperson said.

Around 100 protestors then assembled at the bottom of the gates outside Stormont amid a heavy police presence.

Two members of the group were escorted up into the building where they delivered a letter of protest addressed to First Minister Peter Robinson.

They were cheered as they left the building, then the crowd moved away from Stormont.

Police say the peaceful protest ended at around 4.30pm.

Protestors at Stormont.
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Loyalist campaigner Willie Frazer has been remanded in custody accused of encouraging offences by giving a speech to Union flag protestors.


The 52-year-old is also alleged to have joined unnotified public processions and to have been in possession of an illegal Taser stun-gun.

A judge at Belfast Magistrates' Court ruled that he was not a suitable candidate for bail.

Frazer was told that he could seek release at the High Court, but made it clear that this was not his plan.

Amid applause from supporters in the public gallery, he said: "Thank you, your honour, but I would rather stay in jail."

The hearing lasted around 15 minutes on Friday and, after he was led into the dock, Frazer smiled at his supporters and family.

One of the supporters waved a flag and was quickly ushered out by a security guard.

A number of protestors gathered outside City Hall following the hearing and caused severe traffic disruption for a time.

Frazer, from Tandragee Road in Markethill, Co Armagh, was arrested at his home on Wednesday.

He faces a total of six charges allegedly committed over the last two months, during ongoing protests linked to the decision to restrict the flying of the Union flag at City Hall.

They include encouraging or assisting offences, believing one or more will be committed, by addressing a public assembly at Donegall Square in Belfast on 19 January.

It is the defendant's case that he did not believe at any stage that he was involved in an unnotified parade.

Richard Smith, Frazer’s solicitor

Frazer is also accused of three counts of taking part in an unnotified public procession, obstructing traffic in a public place, and possession of a prohibited weapon - namely a Taser.

Opposing bail, a police officer claimed there was a risk of further offending.

He also alleged that Frazer could continue to encourage others through public speaking and talking to the press.

Defence barrister Richard Smyth argued that his client had urged the crowd at City Hall to "keep it peaceful".

Mr Smyth insisted: "What this applicant is alleged to have said at the scene wasn't in any way inflammatory."

He also pointed to the accused's clear record and raised issues about his health.

Dealing with the Taser allegations, the lawyer said Frazer had taken it from people involved in a dispute in Markethill a number of years ago - believing it was a cattle prodder that didn't work.

Mr Smyth added: "This man's profile, and I accept he does have a profile, has brought him before the court."

However, District Judge Mervyn Bates decided to refuse bail based on the more serious charges of encouraging offences and having a prohibited weapon.

He told Frazer: "The grounds of objection are founded on the frequency of this kind of offence at the current time and the harm it is doing to the economy of this country.

"Given everything I have heard about this matter ... I do not consider you to be a suitable candidate for bail."

Frazer was remanded in custody to appear again in four weeks time.
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Ulster People's Forum spokesperson Jamie Bryson has been charged with offences linked to loyalist flag protests, UTV understands.

The 23-year-old is accused of two counts of encouraging or assisting offences under the Serious Crime Act and four counts of taking part in an unnotified public procession.

Mr Bryson was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of public order offences connected to the demonstrations and was being held in police custody.

Police officers from Operation Dulcet carried out searches on Mr Bryson's Donaghadee home and in the nearby Kilcooley Estate as they attempted to track him down.

The taskforce is investigating offences linked to loyalist demonstrations that have been ongoing since December, in response to a council vote to reduce the number of days that the Union flag flies at City Hall.

Mr Bryson was detained on the same day when another loyalist campaigner Willie Frazer was charged by with public order offences.

Mr Frazer appeared in court on Friday and was remanded in custody to appear again in four weeks time.

Mr Byrson is due to appear at Belfast Magistrates' Court on Saturday.
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J.D's prohibited from using any mobile phones and is being denied use of his computers, or anybody elses computer in his home. OUCH! Not getting on the internet will hurt J.D's fundraising schemes and self-promotion and that will hurt him more than anything else.
 
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Just around the corner yet untouched, of course the state would not want any "loyalists" in yorkshire they are directing touching this (also) state backed agency.
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Within hours of Britain First submitting Jim Dowson as lead candidate for Scotland in the EU elections next month, he has had a late night and early morning visits by armed Police advising him of threats to his life…AGAIN!

These terrorist fanatics obviously do not know Jim very well and he has assured us in no uncertain terms that these threats will only inspire NOT deter him.

(His actual words are unrepeatable on a family page) .

There will be: NO SURRENDER, NOT NOW, NOT EVER!
This is on the Britain First site. Google it yourself - sorry.
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Honestly, the main stories today seem to be the Lee Rigby/Britain First atrocity, Paul Weston getting arrested for quoting Churchill on islam (where to even start there?!) and then this "Jim Dowson gets death threats and decides to advertise it to prospective voters" just to round it off nicely (and a banner on the BF website says the same of Paul Golding.) Do they think the average voter understands political persecution or do they just see "arrested" and assume "not good"?

Let's not get into all the gaffes that UKIP has proudly committed.

I try not to criticise our parties or be defeatist, especially pre-election (and yes, I know these aren't "our" parties as such but you know what I mean) but I don't want people thinking I hold the same views as these 'tards and I doubt anyone else does either.

What an absolute shambles "British nationalism" is.
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BF seems to care more about cultural Christianity than race. Groups like Sikhs which they don't see as threatening "British culture" (whatever that is nowadays) are okay with them:

 
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The National Union of Journalists has condemned the far-right pseudo-militia group Britain First which threatened journalists "with direct action", and warned that its attacks will be "personal and not on the internet".

The threat came after a Channel 4 documentary about the group based on a report from anti-fascist campaigners Hope Not Hate. The uniformed group who conduct "Christian Patrols" in Muslim areas were described as having "taken Britain’s far-right scene by storm".


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Britain First said the claims in the 20-page report "contain literally dozens of inaccuracies, distortions and outright lies" and that journalsits reporting them would pay through "non-violent direct action".



"When journalists knowingly publish lies, smears or inaccuracies, it can lead to unforeseen circumstances for the victims of their poison," the group said in a posting on Facebook. "The Britain First Defence Force has announced that should any news outlet wish to re-publish any inaccuracies or lies peddled by "Hope Not Hate” that could place any of our people or their families in danger unfairly, they (inc journalists, directors and main advertisers) will be subject to a legal and non-violent "direct action” campaign to highlight any misinformation.

"These direct action operations will be 'personal' not on-line or via the internet. Britain First is not interested in facing lying journalists in the dock, but we shall face them. Journalists have the right to criticize, to comment, but not to lie and distort - that's where we draw the line."

Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, said: "The threats from Britain First represent the latest attempts by far right groups to intimidate and bully journalists with the sole aim of making them fearful of investigating their activities.

"The NUJ is not prepared to have its members threatened or deterred from their work by thugs and bullies who would like to see press freedom undermined in order that their behaviour goes below the radar. We will take this matter up with the Home Office and police and robustly support any journalist targeted in this way."

Journalists have been beaten and threatened by various far-right groups in the past, and their home addresses circulated on far-right websites.

Hope Not Hate's report said Britain First "often cleverly disguises its online campaigns as support for the Armed Forces or against animal cruelty, whilst creating a climate of fear among Muslim communities on the ground".

It called leader and former BNP fundraiser Jim Dowson "a religious antagonist and Protestant extremist since the early 1980s, when he was active in anti-abortion extremism in Scotland".

Report author Matthew Collins, director of research for Hope Not Hate and a former member of the National Front (NF) and BNP, said: “Britain First is the most dangerous group to have emerged on the British far right scene for several years.

“Its confrontational style is attracting huge publicity and could potentially lead to a violent backlash. If nothing else, its provocative actions – such as distributing Bibles inside mosques and doorstepping Muslim community leaders in their homes – is generating a climate of fear.

“In effect, Britain First is the far-right version of al-Muhajiroun, the Islamist group led by Anjem Choudary. Despite numerous arrests, Golding and Dowson have not slowed their sick stunts against Muslim institutions. It’s time for the authorities to act properly against Britain First.”

The Electoral Commission was harshly criticised after allowing the extremist party to use a slogan featuring murdered soldier Lee Rigby on voting slips for the European elections.
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The NUJ has described a pledge from far-right group Britain First to carry out ‘direct action operations’ against journalists as “outrageous”.

The union spoke out after Britain First issued a press release threatening consequences for journalists and media organisations it perceives to have been “caught lying”. The group, which styles itself as a ‘street defence force’, said actions would be “legal and non-violent” but “personal” and would take place offline. The group refused to elaborate on what that meant when asked by The Drum.

Tim Lezard, NUJ National Executive Council member and former president of the union, told The Drum: “It’s an outrageous attempt to scare journalists into not doing their jobs properly. Britain First says that they’re a non-violent organisation but threaten our members because they’ve written something they disagree with.

“The NUJ will always stand up for a free press because asking the right questions is an important part of a democratic process. Journalists won’t be scared off by a street gang of thugs.”

In a statement, NUJ general secretary Michelle Stanistreet said the union would take the matter up with the Home Office and police.

Britain First’s comments came ahead of the broadcast of a Channel 4 News piece, “Britain First: inside the extremist group targeting mosques.” The broadcaster’s report sourced comment and information from anti-extremist campaign group Hope Not Hate, which has journalists and researchers on its staff.

Matthew Collins, a Hope Not Hate researcher who authored a book about his own experience of being part of the BNP and National Front before becoming an opposition voice, told The Drum that the organisation operated under “constant” threats from Britain First.

“We get them all the time,” he said. “They ring our offices constantly issuing threats, telling us to be careful walking down streets, things like that.

“We don’t usually air them because we think it just encourages them, but we do take steps to safeguard our organisation and we’re very cautious about giving out information.

“We do take it seriously. Our main concern is that our journalists are just doing their jobs, reporting on a matter that is of interest, who may find themselves the targets of these people simply for doing their jobs.”

Collins added that Hope Not Hate’s experience was that police would not take pre-emptive action against general threats to intimidate or harass, but vowed the organisation would exhaust legal routes should any members be targeted.

“If we are attacked we will call the police and we will exhaust every avenue,” he said. “If any of our members are injured or intimidated we will exhaust every avenue available to us to bring the perpetrators to justice, and I’m pretty sure that every other media organisation will have the same plan.”

The Drum approached Britain First to find out more about what any ‘direct action operations’ would involve. Britain First administration manager John Wilson said: “You’ll just need to wait and see, won’t you? It’s operational, you don’t tell your enemy what you’re going to do to them.”

Wilson added that the group “will always remain within the law”, and said it had chosen a policy of targeting journalists directly because it was too expensive to go through the courts.

When asked what the group hoped to achieve with its policy, Wilson said: “To let people know a very simple message, which is a simple message in nature and in life in general: everything you do has a consequence.

“It’s not the paper who put those lies there, it was an individual human being. It has to be realised that choice will come with consequences because we will not put up with that shit anymore.”

The NUJ advised journalists working on stories concerning Britain First to keep their details private and contact the police immediately if they are targeted.

“This is a step up from online abuse,” Lezard said. “That’s bad enough, but this is a step beyond that. It’s physically intimidating and a naked threat.

“Journalists should make sure their personal details are kept safe and private. They should also keep a note of any suspicious people concerning them, record as much evidence as they can and take photographs where possible. The NUJ will do all it can.”
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Fake Nationalist group Britain First bring shame and disgrace on Nationalism once again.



I hate to sound like Joe Owens here, but do you think the people running Britain First might be searchlight spies?
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I hate to sound like Joe Owens here, but do you think the people running Britain First might be searchlight spies?
Dunno ask Goulding why he changed the spelling of his surname
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Right-wing group Britain First calls Facebook 'fascist' after fan page banned by mistake



The far-right group's page was briefly banned for violating rules, but was restored after Facebook said it had been taken down 'in error'

Britain First, a far-right group that opposes immigration and brands itself a "patriotic resistance and 'frontline' for our long suffering people", accused Facebook of fascism after its page on the social network was briefly taken down.

The group saw its page briefly taken down for violating rules on Monday, with a message saying its page had been "unpublished" and that Facebook does not tolerate hate speech.

However, the page was subsequently re-published. "The page was removed in error but has now been restored," a Facebook spokesman said.

The Facebook page is known for publishing anti-immigrant, and pro-army and Christian messages on Facebook, with its fan page receiving more than 1.1 million "likes". However, it has also generated a backlash, with an opposition page, "Exposing Britain First", becoming popular.

Before the page was restored, Britain First's leader, the former BNP communications chief Paul Golding, said: "Facebook has launched a fascist attack on a registered, legal British political party on the verge of a major election campaign." .

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Unless 'British Nationalists' can form a new party that is reasonably electable, this state-funded circus will continue.
 
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Makes more sense than the system directed policies publicised of late such as the reintroduction of apartheid, Supporting the uvf sectarian terror gang and reopening aushwitz and disestablishing Christianity and replacing it with odinism that British nationalists have presented to the British public and electorate
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If I remember correctly, I first thought up the name 'Britain First' (as a broad based movement) on this very forum. Along with (affiliated city and town campaign groups) Liverpool First, Leeds First and London First (to stand in local elections) each working alongside their local community action teams such as Woolton, Headingley and South Bermondsey.





I am convinced if nationalists followed this strategy our support would skyrocket. Just my gut feeling, and it can't be any worse than the shower of shite that represent nationalism in this country at the moment.

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