NF News No.22

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No. 22 Weekly E-News of the National Front 26th September 2009

“If there must be trouble let it be in my day that my child may have peace.”- Thomas Paine
With the National Front gaining new momentum all the time, it is for all British and White Nationalists in the United Kingdom to take stock of where they stand both politically and morally. I have to make the statement that any support to any organisation other than the National Front is a complete waste of time and money. The others are either too small to be of any significance or be so corrupted that even to give them a single 1p is to feed yet another front for ZOG.
The National Front has carried the banner of British Nationalism longer than any other party AT ANY TIME in British history. It has had its ups and downs but its very name and its commitment to standing by core principles has ensured is continued survival. Now with the demise of the any other REAL White National party in Great Britain, the NF is once again coming into its own. With a revitalised leadership and organisation, and record numbers of members and enquiries coming in, the NF is perched on the brink of a major breakthrough into the first phase of its resurgence – becoming the Number One patriotic party in Great Britain. I call upon all Nationalists in the United Kingdom who firstly will not sell out their birthright for a few pounds or votes and secondly want to be part of a REAL organisation which is rising phoenix like from the ashes of our once great nation.
The NF is marching again! Be sure YOU march with it! WITH US or stand aside!
Eddy Morrison
The United States Bill of Rights is an almost solid protection for the individual against Federal Government tyranny. The National Front believes Britain needs a NEW Bill of Rights to protect the real British people against Government tyranny. One seemingly little known fact is that England already has a Bill of Rights – but on reading it, it is largely ineffectual today. It was written to protect parliament against the King at that time and offers little in the way of guarantees of freedom for the man in the street.
English Bill of Rights
The English Bill of Rights (1689), one of the fundamental documents of English constitutional law, differed substantially in form and intent from the American Bill of Rights, because it was intended to address the rights of citizens as represented by Parliament against the Crown. However, some of its basic tenets are adopted and extended to the general public by the U.S. Bill of Rights, including
The right of petition
An independent judiciary (the Sovereign was forbidden to establish his own courts or to act as a judge himself),
Freedom from taxation by royal (executive) prerogative, without agreement by Parliament (legislators),
Freedom from a peace-time standing army,
Freedom [for Protestants] to bear arms for their defence, as allowed by law,
Freedom to elect members of Parliament without interference from the Sovereign,
Freedom of speech in Parliament,
Freedom from cruel and unusual punishments and excessive bail
Freedom from fines and forfeitures without trial.

Clearly a new updated and more importantly an effective Bill of Rights for the whole United Kingdom is desperately needed. When a White Nationalist government assumes power there will be a Citizens Charter (a new Bill of Rights) – until that time the NF will lobby for a Citizens Charter.
Amendment One to the USA ’s Constitution is of prime importance and would set the tone for a new British Citizen’s Charter :-
Bill of Rights
Amendment I
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

The British people NEED to be protected from its own government which has declared war on its own White people. The British people need an immediate restoration of free speech! Without the right to speak and act freely – all else is nonsense.
Repeal the tyrannous Race Acts and secure a Citizen’s Charter guaranteeing FREEDOM!

POLICE RESPOND TO NF PRESS OFFICER (note: the key issue of harassment of NF members is described as ‘generalised and inflammatory’.
Mr Linden
I have been asked by the office of the President of ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) to respond on behalf of the police service to your recent email.
I note both your comments and your awareness of the police complaints procedure as the route through which to channel specific issues of concern regarding officers’ conduct. However, I feel compelled to reject the generalised and inflammatory implication within your email that police officers are politicised, anti-democratic or disposed to resort to “general bullying tactics”.
I also note your comments regarding the Human Rights Act and the suggestion that further training of police officers may be required.
Since the empowerment of the 1998 Human Rights Act, the police service, through ACPO, has placed an increased emphasis on embedding the freedoms and principles enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights within policing practice. At a practical level, this has been realised through the delivery of extensive training and the development of rights-compliant policy and procedure across the gamut of policing themes.
The British policing model is the envy of other countries, many of which continue to seek our guidance on the delivery of effective policing within a liberal democracy. We will continue to act with impartiality to uphold the democratic rights of individuals and organisations to express their opinions lawfully and to assemble peacefully in order to do so.

Derek Talbot
T/ Deputy Chief Constable
-----Original Message-----


I am writing to all police forces within the UK to inform them and advise them of OUR rights under the law, as it is being reported to me by branches across the country that police officers are abusing these hard fought for rights. I would ask you to insure that your officers are well versed in the Human Rights act as detailed below and suggest that perhaps further training is required in some cases.
The National Front and its members are fed up with the actions of politized police officers across our country. We are no longer prepared to sit back and accept these anti-democratic actions by uniformed bullies. Examples of the abuses reported are: - Members being asked for their names and addresses’ illegally, when this would not happen with any other parties’ members.
Accusations that leaflets are ‘illegal’, when we check them before they are printed to make sure they are ‘legal’.
General bullying tactics, harassment and hassle and attempts to disrupt the ‘political processes, in itself against the law.
Police officers told that the National Front is racist, being therefore anti-NF and preconditioned to respond in an aggressive manner initially. We also expect your officers to ‘wear’ their shoulder numbers ‘and’ to identify themselves with their name, rank and police station when requested as per the law.
There have been many instances reported to us that police officers have over stepped the mark and abused their powers.
We will also in future be instructing our members to demand copies of our images taken by your officers without OUR permission both still and moving re: the Data Protection Act. For this reason we are instructing our members on their rights and in future should these abuses of power continue the officers concerned will have ‘official’ complaints made against them through the IPCC.
The details of these abuses will also receive prominence on the front page of our website.

We wish to work with the police especially when we are organising demonstrations and will continue to do so, but we demand that police officers treat us as participants in the political process and therefore acting legally.

“Please find below the areas where police training is required”
Article 10, European Convention on Human Rights

Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights protects the right to freedom of expression. Before the Human Rights Act 1998 came into force, the right to freedom of expression was a negative one: you were free to express yourself, unless the law otherwise prevented you from doing so. With the incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into English and Welsh domestic law, the right to freedom of expression is now expressly guaranteed.

However, the right to freedom of expression in Article 10 is not absolute. Interferences with the right to freedom of expression may be permitted if they are prescribed by law, pursue a legitimate aim and are necessary in a democratic society, that is, satisfy a pressing social need. The legitimate purposes for which freedom of expression can be limited are:

* National security, territorial integrity or public safety.
* The prevention of disorder or crime.
* The protection of health or morals.
* The protection of the reputation or rights of others.
* The prevention of the disclosure of information received in confidence.

* For maintaining the authority and impartiality of the judiciary.

The Historic Right to Peaceful Protest

‘To speak of rights at all in this context is to recognise the constitutional shift which is now in progress.’
Mr Justice Stephen Sedley, November 1999

Public protest is deeply rooted in our political culture. There have been countless times in the past - even in the recent past - when public demonstrations of support for a cause, or opposition to a policy or government, have changed the course of history. 'People power' can be a potent political force, whether at a national or a local level; whether to do with political causes or single issues; whether in support of striking workers or bereaved families, or in opposition to globalisation, or the waging of unjustified wars. When people have nothing else to fight with, it is often their solidarity with each other - to stand together and be counted across communities and even across continents - which proves to be their most powerful weapon.

For as long as there have been governments there have been rules to restrict protest and dissent. Over the centuries the law in this area has developed piecemeal, adapting to the prevailing attitudes and concerns of the governments and courts of the day. This dynamic process reflects the struggle that lies at the heart of public order law - the natural tension between the amount of freedom we demand as demonstrators and the amount of restriction we as electors permit our Parliament to impose.

For centuries, legislators have resisted the notion of positive rights in the field of public protest and political expression. Whilst it might have been said that we were free to do anything which was not otherwise proscribed by law, to say that we had a positive right to assemble, to march together, to chant and to campaign - rights that might be weighed against the undoubted rights of property owners, road users or business people - was to swim against a strong current of judicial thinking and an ever-rising tide of repressive legislation, which appeared to tolerate protest only if it did not challenge or cause inconvenience to anyone. The constitutional shift that fundamentally altered this position was the incorporation into domestic law, in October 2000, of the European Convention on Human Rights (the Convention). In the field of political protest the Convention has effect in four key areas:

• Right to Peaceful Assembly – Article 11
• Right to Freedom of Expression - Article 10
• Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion – Article 9
• Right to respect for private and family life – Article 8

It forbids any public body, such as the police and local government, from acting in ways that conflict with the principles set out in the Convention.

It enables demonstrators to use the courts, in principle, to challenge decisions that would restrict protest; and might enable them to mount defences to non-violent criminal offences connected with political protest.

Article 11: Freedom of Assembly and Association

1. Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and to freedom of association with others, including the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.

2. No restrictions shall be placed on the exercise of these rights other than such as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society in the interests of national security or public safety, for the prevention of disorder or crime, for the protection of health or morals or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others. This Article shall not prevent the imposition of lawful restrictions on the exercise of these rights by members of the armed forces, of the police or of the administration of the state.

There are two aspects to Article 11. It protects the right to peaceful assembly, which includes the freedom to hold public or private meetings, demonstrations, rallies and sit-ins, without interference from the State.

This may include a positive obligation on the State to ensure that demonstrators are protected from counter-demonstrators trying to prevent their demonstration. However, it does not generally include a positive obligation on the State to ensure that the right to peaceful assembly is protected on private property (Appleby v UK 2003).

Article 11 also protects the freedom to associate with others, including the right to form or join a political party or other group or association, and the right to belong to a trade union. However, the right to join a trade union does not extend to police officers, soldiers and some other groups who work for the Government. Article 11 also guarantees the right not to have to associate with others, including the right not to join a union and imposes a positive obligation on the State to secure this.

Article 11 is a qualified right. This means that an interference with the right can be justified. The circumstances in which interference can be justified are similar to those which justify an interference with rights under Article 8 (See section headed ‘A qualified right’ under Article 8). You should note that a requirement to obtain prior authorisation or to provide prior information about an assembly will not constitute an interference with the freedom of assembly where the purpose of the requirements falls within one the legitimate aims set out in Article 11(2).
Tom Linden National Press Officer National Front.


We are hoping to hold a Yuletide social on Saturday 12th December in Leeds at a very central location. More news soon….


There will be a meeting of West Midlands National Front in Dudley on Sunday 4th October in the afternoon. For full details call 0750 787 8054 or email
All Nationalists from the West Midlands are welcome and a special guest speaker has been arranged.


The October edition is now available. This is a four page tabloid style newspaper produced by the National Front – it is now with the demise of ‘The Flame’, the OFFICIAL newspaper of the NF. From the November issue, we will be expanding this to 8 pages and taking annual subscriptions. For a copy send a sae and a small donation (if possible) to PO Box 282, Leeds LS16 OEA. (Cheques/PO’s to “Britain First”). “Britain First” to will be 8 pages starting with the November issue. You can also take out an annual subscription ONLINE now HERE. Bulk rates are available £3 for 10 or £5 for 20, postage free. Annual subscription (12 issues) £12.00 including postage. (Anyone with outstanding subscriptions to the now defunct Flame, please contact . Britain First will honour all outstanding “Flame” subscriptions>

This is to remind ALL British Nationalists that YOU are invited to march with the National Front on Sunday 8th November 2009. The march should commence in the Victoria area and proceed to the Cenotaph for the wreath laying ceremony to honour Britain's war dead of all past conflicts and current ones. This will be followed by a short rally and a social get together.
A special Remembrance issue of "Britain First" (the new official monthly paper of the NF) will be available.
The NF has been marching every November for over forty years. Last year, 270 Nationalists marched with the NF through London to the Mall. This year the NF wants to see over 500 in the biggest march for many years. Remember it is less than two months off - so start making your plans now! No matter what patriotic group you are in, you are more then welcome to march with the Frontfighters of the NF in this most significant of all days...remember our boys who died at Paschendale, The Somme, Ulster and who are still fighting and dying in Iraq and Afghanistan – no win wars but still our troops MUST be honoured. Be there on the 8th of November and in the future you will be able to say “I marched with the Front that day”.


The Annual General Meeting of the NF is to be held in West Yorkshire on Sunday 11th October 2009. This is one of the NF’s most important events of the year. The meeting is for MEMBERS only. If you wish to attend and are not a member then you will be required to join when you arrive. Details of the AGM can be obtained by ringing 07704703489. NF Units should submit any resolutions for the AGM by the 26th September. A buffet will be provided for all attending.

Hull branch meeting – Monday 28th September
Hull National Front will be holding a meeting at our usual East Hull venue on Monday 28th September. All members and supporters are invited to attend. Approximate start time of the meeting is 7.30pm. The guest speaker will be Tom Linden, Yorkshire Regional Organiser of the NF. There will also be a progress report and discussion of future events/activities, as well as any motions members of the branch may wish to submit to the party’s AGM. Anyone wanting more details or to arrange transport should ring one of our enquiry numbers or speak to a member of the committee.

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