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Wednesday, September 7th, 2005, 11:35 PM

News article filed by BNP news team


BNP conference gets go ahead in Manchester

http://www.bnp.org.uk/images/bullets/spacer.gifhttp://www.bnp.org.uk/images/bullets/spacer.gif The BNP is delighted to announce that we have secured a prestigious venue for our forthcoming international conference about anti-white racism.

Guests from as far afield as South Africa, France, Netherlands and the southern states of the US will be joining with delegates from a number of chosen UK organisations to discuss this challenging issue with a working title of The Hidden Holocaust: Anti-White Racism and Murder in the 21st century.

Home of Halle Orchestra

We have secured the exclusive Bridgewater Hall in central Manchester which is the home of the world renowned Halle Orchestra for the conference which is scheduled for Saturday 15th October. Attendance is by invitation only but interested supporters, members of the public and journalists should contact either a Regional Organiser or our enquiries team to have their names listed for consideration.

We hope to have a spokesman from the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and the BBC present at the conference to discuss our concerns that white victims of racist murder do not receive the same levels of interest in the media and justice for the families.

Murder victims

It is fitting and appropriate that Greater Manchester Council have agreed to our choice of venue because two of the white victims of racist murder come from the city. Gavin Hopley was just 19 at the time of his murder in February 2002. The Oldham teenager was struck on the back of the head in the Glodwick area of Oldham after being chased by a gang of young Pakistani men. No one has ever been brought to account for Gavin’s murder. In 2003 eight Pakistani Muslim men were sentenced to between six and 9 months for violent disorder as a result of the attack. Then in December 2003, the last suspect to stand trial was acquitted, after a ‘witness’ came forward at the last minute after having remembered that the “suspect” was working in his Indian restaurant that night. Now Greater Manchester Police have announced that the investigation into the murder of Gavin Hopley “is now closed.”

Second victim, Lee Martin, a young soldier from the 1st King’s Regiment was savagely beaten outside a take-away in Chorlton-cum-Hardy in a violent racist attack. The 21 year-old had just graduated with honours at his army training camp in Catterick, North Yorkshire, and had received a Best Endeavour award for a solo mission into ‘enemy’ territory while fighting in Iraq.

His bravery earned him an extra week’s leave from commanding officers but within days of returning home to Chorlton he was beaten savagely by two men outside a take-away on Wilbraham Road. One witness described how the two thugs repeatedly kicked Lee’s head like a football, “as if they were running up to take a spot-kick”. Lee never regained consciousness and after eight days in a coma, he died of a brain haemorrhage at Salford’s Hope Hospital on Tuesday, April 13th. His killers still haven’t been found.

Nearly 90 white murder victims

We have mentioned here just two victims of racist murder but there have been nearly 90 white victims of racist murder since the publication of the MacPherson Report in 1999. The misleadingly titled Institute for Race Relations has published its own list of victims of racist murder and only one white victim is listed – that of Kriss Donald, the 15 year old schoolboy abducted from the streets of Glasgow in a random attack by a gang of Pakistani Muslims, simply because he was white.

The BNP sponsored conference will examine the bias of the establishment media in reporting cases of racist murder and aim to answer the key question, what can we do to bring about change in the media’s coverage of racist violence?

Thursday, September 8th, 2005, 12:54 AM
There goes my blood pressure again! That such a conference should be required in England. :speechles

Thursday, September 8th, 2005, 07:23 PM
I fear that we might be playing into their hands by doing this. We don't want "equality", we want them gone.

Thursday, September 8th, 2005, 08:42 PM
We don't want "equality", we want them gone.one step at a time (http://www.forums.skadi.net/showpost.php?p=118658&postcount=7)
- they can be hoist by their own petard.

in the meantime,
if the police can not handle the problem (http://www.forums.skadi.net/showpost.php?p=110287&postcount=4)
- private action would help (http://www.forums.skadi.net/showpost.php?p=110651&postcount=5).

Thursday, September 8th, 2005, 09:46 PM
About time. This silent genocide needs to be made public.

Friday, September 9th, 2005, 08:30 PM

9th September 2005

News article filed by BNP news team

Manchester hall Says “yes” to Muslims but “no” to patriotic Britons. Yesterday the owners of Bridgewater Hall formally communicated to our events organiser that our Anti-White Racism Conference planned for October could not take place in their venue.

The owners explained that “Given the media sensitivity at this time, the security required to make your event safe and the fact that there are other events taking place at the Hall during the same day on 15 October, we do not believe it is in the interests of our business to proceed with this event and exert our right not to proceed.”


No one is quite sure what “media sensitivity” actually means. It is a possible code phrase for “media pressure”, in echoes of the actions of the Labour supporting rag “The Sunday People”, which last summer demonstrated its “sensitivity” on learning that the BNP held a number of bank accounts with Barclays Bank. The “sensitivity” of the newspaper editors manifested itself in the form of a threat to encourage corporate customers to close their accounts with the High Street bank. When sensitivity manifests itself as nothing less than blackmail, it moves from being a legitimate concern to downright criminality.

Muslim extremists

The cancellation comes just weeks after the prestigious venue played host to a rally of Islamic extremists. The Muslim Unity Conference on Sunday 7th August was attended by just over 2,000 extremists from all over Britain with speakers from the Middle East, Canada and the USA. The conference was organised by the Ramadhan Foundation which is the name often used by the extremist Hizb ut Tahrir. This radical organisation was described by as racist and anti-Semitic even by the BBC. In a 2003 investigation (http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/newsnight/3182271.stm) the Newsnight programme discovered that its website promotes racism and anti-Semitic hatred, calls suicide bombers martyrs, and urges Muslims to kill Jewish people.

The BNP sponsored conference hopes to bring together guests from as far afield as South Africa, France, Netherlands and the southern states of the US who will be joining with delegates from a number of chosen UK organisations to discuss this challenging issue with a working title of The Hidden Holocaust: Anti-White Racism and Murder in the 21st century.

It is imperative that this issue is not ignored by policy makers and executive authorities but discussed openly and tackled effectively. Too many white, mostly youngsters, have fallen victim to anti-white murder and many more families will suffer the loss of a loved one, a brother, son, cousin or nephew until a strong message is delivered that anti-white racism will not be tolerated.

The Events Organiser is now busy seeking to secure an alternative venue and we will keep our readers apprised of developments.

n.b. In our article earlier we stated that Bridgewater Hall was owned by Greater Manchester Council. This is not the case, Bridgewater Hall is privately owned and we are happy to put the record straight.

Friday, September 9th, 2005, 09:45 PM
Cursed be the cancellation of this conference, wich was otherwise a splendid initiative of Griffin and his party.