Sunday, 8 May 2011


Wikileaks files reveal that at least 35 Guantanamo detainees had been trained for terrorism in London mosques.

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Friday, 6 May 2011


Central Ward (Rejected Votes = 12)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Dyson, Martin Labour 1577
Hetherington, Jack Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts 150
Hill, Elizabeth Conservative 281
Krska, Damion Barnsley Independent Group 263
Porter, Colin British National Party 289

Cudworth Ward (Rejected Votes = 25)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Dyson, Kirk Stuart Conservative 278
Hubbard, Terry British National Party 444
Wraith, Charlie Labour 2002

Darfield Ward (Rejected Votes = 0)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Burnett, David British National Party 197
Hancock-Jones, Carmen Barnsley Independent Group 1091
Key, Brian Michael Labour 1541
Wilkinson, Gordon Conservative 239

Darton East Ward (Rejected Votes = 16)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Hood, Joni Liberal Democrats 117
Miller, Roy Labour 1660
Needham, Garry Bradley Conservative 363
Race, John Barnsley Independent Group 894
Sutton, Sharon British National Party 170

Darton West Ward (Rejected Votes = 34)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Burgess, Linda Labour 2041
Sutton, Ian British National Party 435
Watkinson, Clive Conservative 769

Dearne North Ward (Rejected Votes = 0)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Gardiner, Alan Labour 1665
Garner, Kurt Barnsley Independent Group 501
Walker, Nathan British National Party 246

Dearne South Ward (Rejected Votes = 26)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Buckley, Paul Edward Conservative 207
Garner, Susan Elaine Barnsley Independent Group 206
Hinchliffe, Raymond British National Party 270
Sixsmith, Ralph Labour 2183

Dodworth Ward (Rejected Votes = 23)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Brown, Alan British National Party 222
Leech, Dave Labour 1199
Perrin, Brian Barnsley Independent Group 1564
Toon, Hamish Conservative 494

Hoyland Milton Ward (Rejected Votes = 22)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
England, Sam Conservative 314
Lipscombe, Barry Barnsley Independent Group 1075
Riddiough, Kevin David English Democrats - "Putting England First!" 290
Shepherd, Tim Labour 1630

Kingstone Ward (Rejected Votes = 17)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Bowden, Geoff Barnsley Independent Group 870
Pearson, Howard Grant Conservative 193
Robinson, Peter John British National Party 195
Sheard, Tom Labour 1160

Monk Bretton Ward (Rejected Votes = 19)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Collins, Jane UK Independence Party (UKIP) 452
Hubbard, Jane British National Party 252
Pickering, Clive Melvin Barnsley Independent Group 560
Sheard, Margaret Labour 1292
Toon, Michael John Conservative 135

North East Ward (Rejected Votes = 20)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Dashwood, Winnifred British National Party 210
Devoy, Tony
Millner, Gill Conservative 231
North, Dave Barnsley Independent Group 1716
Sykes, Chris Labour 1388

Old Town Ward (Rejected Votes = 23)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Barr, Andrew Conservative 331
Cherryholme, Anita Labour 1673
Curtis, John British National Party 211
Love, John Barnsley Independent Group 951

Penistone East Ward (Rejected Votes = 48)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Hand-Davis, Paul Francis Conservative 2577
Hayler, Jill Labour 1811

Penistone West Ward (Rejected Votes = 38)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Drewry, Mick Independent 558
James, Paul British National Party 195
Rusby, Ann Conservative 1836
Starling, Peter John Labour 1298

Rockingham Ward (Rejected Votes = 16)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Hill, George Conservative 333
Lamb, Chris Labour 1846
Shirt, Peter British National Party 210
Sylvester, Steven Barnsley Independent Group 1263

Royston Ward (Rejected Votes = 24)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Cheetham, Tracey Jayne Labour 1570
Gouthwaite, Eddie Socialist Labour Party 114
Harris, Paul Anthony British National Party 113
Johnson, James UK Independence Party (UKIP) 450
Wilkinson, Alex Conservative 244
Wilson, Ben Liberal Democrats 148

St. Helen's Ward (Rejected Votes = 11)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Platts, Jenny Labour 1713
Walker, Dean British National Party 261
Watkinson, Lesley Anne Conservative 185

Stairfoot Ward (Rejected Votes = 19)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Dyson, Karen Labour 1755
Harris, Susan Joy British National Party 261
Pickering, Daniel Barnsley Indepedent Group 622
Pilkington, Chris Conservative 233

Wombwell Ward (Rejected Votes = 19)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Jenner, Keith Tony Conservative 323
Parker, Shane John British National Party 218
Townsend, Jane Arnot Barnsley Independent Group 440
Wraith, Dick Labour 1887

Worsbrough Ward (Rejected Votes = 14)

Candidate's Name Party Number of Votes
Barlow, Betty Labour 1296
Cooke, Daniel British National Party 246
Levitt, Raymond Barnsley Independent Group 1061
Murray, Peter John Conservative 244
Robinson, Terry Socialist Labour Party 74

Sunday, 24 April 2011


Election time is nearly upon us and the opposition is getting desperate to hold onto power in Barnsley. So, as expected they send out their useful idiots, again, to try and intimidate British National Party members with their red spray paint.

Now you would think by now they had got the message. You will not destroy the British National Party with your criminal behaviour and no British National Party candidate in Barnsley will back down because their homes have been daubed in offensive graffiti. one day you will get caught.

Tuesday, 19 April 2011


I don't condone koran burning. I think more people should borrow one from a library, if your local library hasn't closed yet and read it.

Read the
koran and make your own mind up for yourself whether you think islam is a religion of peace or not.

Now I can understand why this young man, Andrew Ryan, stole a
koran from the library and publicly set fire to it after watching the, 'poppy burners'.

I wonder how many people in Britain felt like getting hold of a
koran and setting fire to it after seeing the poppy burners insulting our war dead and causing distress to those families who have recently lost loved ones in foreign wars.

Andrew Ryan has been sentenced to 70 days. Sitting at
Carlisle Magistrates' Court, District Judge Gerald Chalk described it as a case of "theatrical bigotry".

He said: "It was pre-planned by you as you stole the book deliberately.

"You went out to cause maximum publicity and to cause distress."

Ryan struggled with security guards in court after the sentence was passed.

While being handcuffed he shouted: "What about my country? What about burning poppies?"

About 10 people were in court to support Ryan, and as they left the court they shouted "do you call this justice?".

After sentencing, Insp Paul Marshall, of Cumbria Police, said: "This incident was highly unusual for Cumbria as we have such low levels of hate crime in the county."

Let's remind ourselves what punishment was dished out to the poppy burner.

A MUSLIM extremist's tiny £50 fine for burning poppies on Armistice Day was greeted with fury last night.

Emdadur Choudhury, 26 - on £800-a-month benefits - could have been fined £1,000 for the insult to our war dead and sneered: "It's only £10 more than a parking ticket."

And he showed his contempt for Britain after yesterday's hearing by saying: "I couldn't care less. I don't care about soldiers that died."

Choudhury burned poppies in front of horrified service families as Islamic militants howled "British soldiers burn in hell" during a two-minute silence on Armistice Day last November 11.

District Judge Howard Riddle ruled that the dad of two's behaviour had to be weighed against his right to protest enshrined in the Human Rights Act.

Justice officials confirmed that £50 was the lightest possible fine.


Adam Walker and Nick Griffin have given the overpaid PC bullies who run Wakefield and District Housing just seven days to end their persecution of Christian granddad Colin Atkinson – or face demonstrations and actions against them personally.

In a letter delivered to WDH Chief Executive Kevin Dodd today, Mr. Walker states on behalf of the British National Party that:

"We, and other members of the English and Christian community, have been very patient with such far-left, pro-Islamic, Common Purpose-style bullying of decent people. Our patience is now at an end, as is the time during which the Politically Correct elite could persecute the people and denigrate the traditions and faith of this land without suffering any consequences."

Explaining the party's new extra militancy, Nick Griffin urges everyone to "look at the records of the people behind this anti-Christian Islamo-Marxist jihad. This isn't some kind of mistake by a bureaucratic Jobsworth; these people are engaged in a deliberate campaign against Christian values and our traditional culture".

Who's to Blame at Wakefield Housing?

Chief executive KEVIN DODD. This overpaid parasite rakes in £157,000 a year. Back in 2000, Dodd hit the headlines when, as Wakefield's head of housing, he cut the benefits of a 95-year-old RAF veteran who'd received compensation for having been attacked by a drunk.

Equality and Diversity manager JAYNE O’CONNELL, who believes that the women-oppressing burqa is “discrete”. Another overpaid Jobsworth, she was recruited from failed bank HBoS. The money would be better spent sorting out blocked drains!

Environmental manager DENIS DOODY. Happy to persecute Christians because this hardcore Labour activist admires Marxist mass murderer Che Guevara. Also writes for the pro-IRA and pro-Islamic terrorist Revolutionary Communist Group.

Mr. Griffin went on to promise the PC bullies that, if they do not stop persecuting Mr. Anderson, "We're going to make sure all their neighbours know all about their anti-Christian bullying.

"We've had enough of PC parasites insulting and bullying decent English people and running down our traditions. So we're organising together to fight back. I call on everyone who reads this to call or email Wakefield District Housing on the number or address shown on the leaflet.

"And I ask that anyone with any inside information on these people, especially any possible link to the sinister Common Purpose organisation, to let us know straight away. Because, together, we can stand up for Christian values and beat the PC bullies."

Help stop this discrimination by complaining to Wakefield and District Housing – 0845 850 7507 and

Please also forward this story on to friends.

Adam Walker’s letter to Kevin Dodd is below.

18th April 2011

Kevin Dodd

Chief Executive

Wakefield and District Housing

Merefield House

Whistler Drive


WF10 5HX

Dear Mr Dodd

Re. Persecution of Christians

Please take this letter as formal notice that WDH has seven days from noon on 19th April to confirm that all disciplinary hearings and charges against Colin Anderson have been permanently dropped.

Failure to do so will lead to an immediate and escalating campaign against senior members of Wakefield and District Housing.

We, and other members of the English and Christian community, have been very patient with such far-left, pro-Islamic, Common Purpose-style bullying of decent people. Our patience is now at an end, as is the time during which the Politically Correct elite could persecute the people and denigrate the traditions and faith of this land without suffering any consequences.

From now on, actions such as your persecution of Colin Anderson will have consequences. The British National Party will see to it.

Yours sincerely

Adam Walker

National Organiser

British National Party


Monday, 18 April 2011


Many residents in Cudworth ward will have by now received a vote Labour leaflet.

A basic leaflet which more or less slags the Tory- led Government off in every other paragraph for the Labour Governments failings.

What Charlie Wraith fails to mention in his leaflet is that Barnsley council has £58.3m in reserves.

And the cuts which will get worse for Barnsley residents are being used for political point scoring by the Labour controlled council.

Now another issue which Charlie has forgotten to add to his 'What we have achieved' section is his support to the relaxation of building restrictions at the muslim community centre, which is no longer big enough to meet the needs of the muslim community in Barnsley. Click on the above minutes of the meeting that Charlie Wraith chaired and read for yourself.

Now for regular readers of this site and other nationalist sites this will come as no surprise. Local councils in Towns and Cities up and down the country have been pandering to the needs and demands of the muslim community until they reach a point of no return. Once a place is dominated by towering minarets and domes, islamification of that place is well and truly embedded. The question is, do you want Barnsley's demographics to change beyond recognition?
It really is your choice.

You may know it's happening but would like to think Barnsley will not become islamified until after you're dead and buried, well think again, The pressure is now on the planning department to relax restrictions and that will be just the start.

If you're undecided then think of future generations of Barnsley people who will become a despised minority in their own town. Look at Rotherham, a town not far from Barnsley. And when islamification of a place is not far from completion, this is what you get.

If Cllr Charlie Wraith is elected again this year he will be remembered for his achievement in helping the islamification of Barnsley.

Friday, 8 April 2011


Nationalism, patriotism, a love of one's country...whatever you want to call it.
Where does it come from?

No one can be taught it and no one can decide to just become patriotic to suit the time of year, especially at election time when we often hear politicians banging on about looking after British Workers or our ill equipped solders or even our own people who are often badly neglected in NHS wards and fed (if they're lucky) with something that a prisoner would successfully claim compensation against.

No, nationalism is a natural instinct which comes from within and for some it will rise to the surface when under threat and it's there to protect one's own.

Look at the photo and observe each and every face on it.

Each person on there will be able to tell you why they joined the British National Party.
And each person will tell you about their own natural instinct telling them something isn't right.

When you have that feeling it never goes away and I know from personal experience it can't be switched off.

And that's why the Barnsley Patriot is Back, supporting the British National Party.

Friday, 18 March 2011


A teacher training pack, supported by a Government agency, says young boys in primary schools should be encouraged to try on dresses or dance with pompoms in the cheerleading team.

The pack is produced by Stonewall, Britain’s top homosexual lobby group, and has been sent to primary schools.

An accompanying DVD, backed by the Teacher Development Agency (TDA), features primary school teachers giving “best practice” tips from their own experience.

One head teacher on the DVD says pupils should be taught to be resilient to the values of their parents and grandparents.


Another teacher encourages boys to try on dresses, while another says it is wonderful for boys to dance with pompoms in the cheerleading club.

According to the Mail on Sunday, Stonewall received a £25,000 grant from the TDA, a Government agency set up by the Department for Education.

In addition, officials at the DfE are consulting with Stonewall on the Government’s current review of sex education guidance.

Sissy Duckling

The teacher training pack recommends using pro-homosexual storybooks for reading in class.

One book, And Tango Makes Three, is about a penguin chick raised by two male penguins.

Another is called Sissy the Duckling and another features two princes who fall in love and live happily ever after as King and King.


The Stonewall teachers’ pack suggests getting primary schoolchildren to act out such books as school plays.

The pack is part of Stonewall’s “Education For All” campaign which pushes the group’s agenda in schools.

The campaign is supported by 70 organisations including Government departments and local authorities.


Schools and local authorities are urged to use the material to demonstrate they are complying with the Equality Act 2010, which obliges public bodies to promote equality.

The Christian Institute’s Mike Judge said: “Tax-paying parents expect a decent education for their little ones.

“Getting young boys to dress in frocks and join the cheerleading team isn’t what they have in mind.

“But perhaps the most disturbing thing is teaching children to resist the values of their parents and grandparents.”


Tuesday, 15 March 2011


On 15 March 2004, Kriss Donald was abducted from Kenmure Street by five men associated with a local Asian gang led by Imran Shahid. Kriss was taken on a 200-mile journey to Dundee and back while his kidnappers made phone calls looking for a house to take him to. Having no success at this, they returned to Glasgow and took him to the Clyde Walkway, near Celtic Football Club's training ground.

There, they held his arms and stabbed him 13 times. He sustained internal injuries to three arteries, one of his lungs, his liver and a kidney.

The five men convicted of the abduction and murder were convicted of racially aggravated offences. After the murder, some of Donald's attackers fled the United Kingdom and sought refuge in Pakistan. Three suspects were arrested in Pakistan in July 2005 and extradited to the UK in October 2005, following the intervention of Mohammed Sarwar, the MP for Glasgow Central.

Monday, 14 March 2011


THREE illegal immigrants have been jailed for their part in a £700,000 cannabis factory set up in Barnsley.

Quy Pham, aged 26, Ngai Nguyen, 42 and Vin Nguyen, all of no fixed abode, were found hiding among nearly 2,000 cannabis plants growing in two homes.

They pleaded guilty to conspiracy to produce cannabis and were each jailed for two years and nine months.

Elizabeth Martin, prosecuting, said it was a very extensive cultivation. There were 864 plants in a house on Park Road, Worsbrough and 923 in a neighbouring home. The total street value was £768,000.

Sheffield Crown Court was told the men arrived in Barnsley separately on the understanding that they would be working as chefs.

But they were then forced to work as ‘gardeners’ in the drug factory.

Peter Pimm, representing Ngai Nguyen, said: “By coming here as an illegal immigrant he exposed himself to exploitation. He was vulnerable.”

Robert Sandford, for Vin Nguyen, said the men were ‘expendable commodities’ working for others.

Judge Michael Murphy QC, said: “If the word gets back to where you come from that there is money to be made from this sort of criminality without punishment and a free trip home this will become even more of a problem.”


Saturday, 12 March 2011

Nick signs Cyprus Declaration to raise awareness of the threat of Islam

9TH MARCH 2011: YESTERDAY afternoon in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Nick Griffin MEP signed a Written Declaration on the work of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus.

"I was delighted to sign this declaration," Nick told his website.
"The funding is already in place so it won't increase what Britain has to pay. Most of the people who have 'disappeared' were actually murdered by the Turks after the invasion of the island and this campaign is a good way to help to raise awareness of the threat that Islamisation poses to the Western World," he added.
The Declaration stated:
The European Parliament, having regard to Rule 123 of its Rules of Procedure,
A. whereas during and after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 around 2 000 individuals from both the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities were reported as missing,
B. whereas the whereabouts and fate of many of these individuals are still unknown,
C. whereas the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP), which is supported financially by the United Nations, the European Commission and other donors, works to establish the fate of those reported missing,
1. Fully endorses the work of the CMP and recognises its post-conflict role in promoting truth, remembrance and reconciliation in Cyprus;
2. Calls on the European Commission to continue to allocate sufficient resources to the CMP to enable it to fulfil its important mandate;
3. Calls on the Governments of Turkey and Cyprus to continue to support the CMP's work, to redouble efforts to account for those individuals still listed as missing and to ensure that all information that could facilitate the mission of the CMP is made freely available to it;
4. Instructs its President to forward this declaration, together with the names of the signatories, to the Council, the Commission, the parliaments of the Member States and the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus.


Thursday, 10 March 2011

Statement from Andrew Brons MEP


10th March 2011: Yesterday, Dominic Carman (right), the Liberal Democrat candidate in the recent Barnsley By-Election, was interviewed by Andrew Neil on the Daily Politics Show.

During the interview he accused the Barnsley people of intolerance and homophobia. He then made an unprovoked attack on me. He said, "He is an avowed Nazi and an admirer of Adolf Hitler".

It is on record that I was a member of the National Socialist Movement between the ages of seventeen and eighteen. I am now sixty-three, nearly sixty four - forty six years ago, nearly half a century! From the age of eighteen, I have been a committed supporter of Parliamentary democracy and the rule of law. The parties of which I have been a member, since then, have all been committed to democracy.

Many Labour politicians have been members of the Communist Party in their teens, twenties and even thirties. Dennis Healey was a member of the Communist Party at the height of the Stalinist purges. Would anybody be allowed to call Mr. Healey an avowed Communist and admirer of Joseph Stalin? However, Andrew Neil allowed an exactly comparable accusation about me to stand as though it were incontrovertible fact.

I am not a supporter - avowed or otherwise - of Hitler or any other totalitarian. I am utterly opposed to aggressive wars, the ill treatment of people on any ground and I am committed to democracy and individual freedom.

Carman's irrational and malicious outburst can be explained by the fact that he was pushed into sixth place by an independent, who was beaten by us. His public denunciation of his late father, the famous barrister, reveals a disturbed and vengeful personality.

It is not insignificant that Carman was a member of the National Front in the late 1970s when he was in his teens. If the National Front had been a nazi organisation (which it most certainly was not), he would by that fact alone now be "an avowed Nazi and an admirer of Adolf Hitler". The real object of Carman's obsessive hatred is himself.

Andrew's video response can be found here.

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Tuesday, 8 March 2011


English Common Law Videoing debate ends with Muslim death threat to Englishman (Leicester)

Monday, 7 March 2011

Sacked: The councillor who asked if nine-year-old 'rape victim' wanted it

Sacked: The councillor who asked if nine-year-old 'rape victim' wanted it

Sacked: William O'Rourke.

A Glasgow city councillor has been relieved of his duties after making inappropriate comments about an alleged nine-year-old girl rape victim.

Labour councillor William O’Rourke allegedly asked a police officer investigating the case if the child "wanted it to happen".

The remark is said to have been made while Councillor O'Rourke was chairing a disciplinary panel hearing into the case of a care worker who was sacked after being accused of raping the girl - a claim denied by the accused.

Council leader Gordon Matheson sacked Councillor O'Rourke from all his civic posts after the remarks surfaced in the Sunday Mail newspaper.

Councillor O’Rourke was alleged to have questioned the promiscuity of young children, and their provocative dress sense. It was reported the police officer who was giving evidence then made an official complaint following the comments.

On Monday, in a statement, Glasgow City Council said Councillor O’Rourke has been removed from his positions on the Strathclyde Police Authority, the Personnel Appeals Committee and the boards of council-owned companies City Parking and Glasgow City Markets.

He has also been suspended by the Labour Party.

Councillor Matheson said: "Councillor O’Rourke’s behaviour falls way short of the standard I and the public expect of Glasgow councillors.

"Cllr O’Rourke’s comments to the Personnel Appeals Committee were disgraceful. We are elected by the public to protect the vulnerable people of our city. Cllr O’Rourke not only failed in his duty to do this but he also made highly offensive and inappropriate statements about a vulnerable young person.

"Councillors are by law the ‘corporate parents’ of those in our care. It is the single most important responsibility we hold and I will ensure that every member of this Council lives up to that responsibility."

Councillor O’Rourke remains a councillor for the Greater Pollok ward. He has not responded to STV News's request for comment.



A shameless Muslim extremist who burned a poppy on Armistice Day today boasted that would wear his £50 as 'a badge on my shoulder'.

Emdadur Choudhury , 26, who was convicted at Belmarsh Magistrates' Court of a public order offence, also claimed the charge levelled against him was 'ridiculous'.

Choudhury, of Spitalfields, East London, was caught on camera unfurling several large plastic poppies on the ground before burning them at the end of the two-minute silence to honour the war dead.

He was convicted of 'using threatening, abusive, or insulting words or behaviour within hearing or sight of a person likely to have been caused harassment, alarm or distress' by District Judge Howard Riddle, following a one-day trial last month.

His fellow defendant, Mohammad Haque, 30, of Bethnal Green, was found not guilty of the same public order offence.

Neither defendant appeared at the court, where Choudhury was ordered to pay the money, alongside a £15 victim surcharge. The maximum fine he could have received was £1,000.


Saturday, 19 February 2011


During a busy weekend of action in Barnsley, British National Party candidate Enis Dalton pointed out that now is the time to put British people first and stand up for British values, reports Yorkshire British National Party press officer Doug Ward.

Ms Dalton also added that a British National Party politician would be good for the local people of Barnsley and vowed never to put politics before the safety of women.

Today’s interview was conducted by Barnsley super activist and Prospective candidate Jane Hubbard.


Wednesday, 16 February 2011


14TH FEBRUARY 2011: Andrew Brons went to Locke Park in Barnsley on Wednesday 9th February to examine the erosion and vandalism suffered by the Locke Tower, a grade 2 listed building.

The Tower was built in the 1860s on the instructions of Phoebe Locke to commemorate the work of her deceased brother, Joseph Locke, the famous railway engineer.

It's the highest point in Barnsley and is a landmark for miles around, but sadly the Tower, which was closed in the early 1990s, has fallen into disrepair.

Locke Park has been described as the lungs of Barnsley, and the Friends of Locke Park have already made improvements to the park since its decline and it's looking better now than it has done for some time.

The Locke Park Tower has been provisionally earmarked £50,000 by Barnsley Council for restoration and the Friends of Locke Park are also applying for National Lottery funding.

Andrew went there at the invitation of Danny Cook (above) a Barnsley member. The MEP was so appalled by the graffiti, casual neglect and steady erosion, that he immediately donated £500 to the Friends of Locke Park.



British National Party candidate Enis Dalton was left reeling yesterday after discovering a blog and Twitter account had been set up in her name.

Enis found out when a tweet went out from this account defending the email sackings sent to British soldiers. Enis started to receive phone calls while she was at work regarding the message.

Labour MP Michael Dugher for Barnsley East commented on his Twitter page this with;

Comments by Enis Dalton, BNP candidate in Barnsley Central, defending Army email sackings are stupid and deeply offensive.
Enis Dalton BNP PPC BarnsleyC defends Army email sackings. Tweeted "whats the problem with electronic mail? It's certainly a greener option"

So, it seems that Enis is now under attack and this will only get worse in the next couple of weeks.

Enis has made it perfectly clear that she does not use blogs or Twitter as a way of communication and doesn't intend to anytime in the foreseeable future.

Sunday, 13 February 2011


There's never a dull moment on the outreach stall in Barnsley town centre.

The video just proves how people who are against us shout about Nazism and the Holocaust, which was an absolute terrible time in history and will never be forgotten, but they will not comprehend what is happening in Britain today.

My own relatives suffered at the hands of Nazis during WW11 and they always said they would fight to keep Britain safe from foreign invasion and dictatorship.

Come forward to Britain 2011 and we have a foreign invasion that has been allowed by appeasement to change the demographics in many cities up and down the country.
Did we have a say in the matter?

We also have foreign dictatorship from un-elected foreign bureaucrats in the EU, dictating our laws in Britain...and we're paying for it.
Where is our EU referendum?

Did our war heroes sacrifice their lives so our country could be turned into soft-touch Britain, where our freedom, democracy, sovereignty and identity is all being eroded on a daily basis.

I don't think so.

Saturday, 12 February 2011

How Ed Balls gagged the IMF on the state of the UK economy in the run-up to the financial crisis

Labour ministers put pressure on international inspectors to ‘tone down’ warnings about the precarious state of the economy before the financial crisis, according to a devastating report.

The International Monetary Fund told the last government as early as 2004 that it was borrowing and spending too much.

But the advice was rejected by Treasury officials who demanded that the global financial watchdog water down its public criticisms of tax and spending policies.

The report will make uncomfortable reading for Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, who was a powerful figure at the Treasury at the time.

It will also be a blow to Labour leader Ed Miliband, who was an economic adviser to then Chancellor Gordon Brown in 2004 and 2005.

The Conservatives claimed it was ‘incredibly telling’ about the way the Treasury operated with Mr Balls and Mr Brown at the helm. The report from the IMF’s Independent Evaluation Office exposed a series of failures in the run-up to the crisis.

It found that information was withheld from the IMF and the public by the British authorities, IMF officials were intimidated, and regulators at home and abroad failed to spot serious risks in the banking system and the economy.

The aggressive attitude of the Treasury meant the IMF was too soft with other regulators in the City of London, according to the report.

It said ‘pressure’ was put on the Fund to ‘tone down specific recommendations’ on the deteriorating public finances.

‘These pressures reduced staff’s appetite to challenge UK authorities regarding monetary policy, financial risk, or regulatory issues,’ the report said. As a result of ‘push back’ from British authorities, the IMF was stifled by ‘groupthink’ and its conclusions ‘were something of a compromise’.

The report exposes just how badly the regulatory regime set up by Labour to monitor the financial system and the economy failed in the lead up to the crisis.

The Tories said it was further evidence that Mr Balls is a ‘deficit denier’ and cannot be trusted to look after the nation’s finances.

Conservative deputy chairman Michael Fallon, a member of the Treasury select committee, said: ‘When the IMF was concerned about Ed Balls’s policies, Ed Balls did everything in his power to silence them.

‘Instead of trying to gag the watchdog, he should have listened. He doubled the debt, and now his past is catching up with him – all he can say is that he’d do it all again.’

Mr Balls stepped down as chief economic adviser to the Treasury in July 2004 so he could stand for Parliament but returned as City Minister in May 2006.

His spokesman said: ‘Despite their attempts to rewrite history David Cameron and George Osborne supported Labour’s spending plans until the global financial crisis hit.’


Thursday, 10 February 2011


Two photographs showing two parliamentary candidates for the Barnsley by-election.
One looks happy and relaxed at being selected to represent the people of Barnsley. The other looks like he just doesn't give a toss because he will have been told to, "stick that red rosette on, you've won".

Being local, Enis is at advantage with tackling local issues and has lived through many problems that have occured in Barnsley over the years.

Enis has the guts to stand up, not only for the people of Barnsley, but the people of Britain and hopes that her courage will influence other women who want to stand up and be counted.

Her genuine caring nature and honesty will outshine the other candidates. Her total commitment to Barnsley will put the others to shame and her willingness to speak out for the voiceless majority makes her the only candidate worth voting for.

As for the other candidate, he's from Hampshire, so the electorate will know as much about him as he knows about Barnsley. He is standing for a party that lied about foreign wars, that sends men and women to war, ill-equipped. A party that thinks that the anti - terrorism solution means giving more and more money to muslim communities. And will appease anything that isn't English. Their equality and diversity agenda has seen a rise in communities being segregated which fits their tick box ideology nicely.

They have carried on ridding our country of industry, think back to how much we used to have in Barnsley.

Mass immigration, in which they underhandedly helped to ethnically cleanse large cities like Birmingham and Leicester to the point where whites are now a minority, isn't that racist?. They are only in their element when they see billions spent on foreign aid and the EU while our own people suffer. I don't need to carry on, but I will just add one more....The Labour Party in Barnsley backed Eric Illsley in the last elections knowing full well he was under investigation for pinching off the working family, please remember on March 3 why we are having a by-election in the first place.

Bankrupt Britain Dishes Out Half a Billion Pounds in Foreign Aid in First 5 Weeks of 2011

Bankrupt Britain has dished out just on half a billion pounds in foreign aid in the first five weeks of 2011, as British taxpayers staggered under a wave of price and tax increases, job losses and cutbacks which threaten to put millions on the dole in this country.

The staggering foreign aid spend includes projects such as the “promotion of free trade in Africa” (£78 million); help to Palestinian refugees in Lebanon (£110 million); a tripling of aid to Somalia (in excess of £126 million); a £40 million donation to the world anti-polio initiative (set to become an annual donation); £134 million in aid to Pakistan; and £55 million in aid to the Sudan.

The grand total comes to £483 million, but when administration costs and logistics are factored in, the final cost to the British taxpayer will be well in excess of half a billion pounds.

The figures and details of the spending spree are contained in a series of press releases issued by the Department for International Development, all of which were of course ignored by the controlled media.

By way of comparison, England's university budgets have been cut by £449 million, which will cause student places to be reduced by an estimated 6,000 in the next academic year.

Teaching budgets in Britain have been reduced by £215 million, while research funding has been frozen and the buildings budget has been cut by £562 million, or 25 percent.

The spending cuts, supposedly to “bring the deficit” under control are so far-reaching that even flood defence systems in Britain have been cut – ironic when it is considered that a large amount of the foreign aid paid out to Pakistan recently has gone to flood relief aid.

According to the Environment Agency, 20 percent of houses in Britain are “at risk of flooding” but more than 1,000 major flood defence projects in Britain have had their funding cut as a result of “budget cutbacks.”

From figures published by the Office National Statistics in October last year, UK public sector net debt was £952.8 billion or 64.6 percent of National Gross Domestic Product (GDP ).

The PBR (annual government borrowing) forecast for 2010/11 is for net borrowing of £149 billion, or 12.6 percent of GDP.

This means that each month, the Government is set to borrow in excess of £12 billion just to stay afloat: and of this, it seems, at least half a billion (and possibly more) is then spent on foreign aid.



British National Party activists in London and Barnsley took to the streets of London and Barnsley today as former MP Eric Illsley was jailed for theft and the date for the by-election was set for 3 March.

In London, nearly two dozen British National Party supporters braved the pouring rain to take part in a snap protest outside Southwark Crown Court where the criminal Labourite was jailed for a year, while a similar demonstration was held in Barnsley.

“Another Labour party thief has been caught red-handed with his hands in the taxpayers’ till,” party leader Nick Griffin said.

Writing in a fund-raising appeal sent out in support of the British National Party’s campaign, Mr Griffin said it was quite right that Mr Illsey should lose his seat.

“Working closely with our hard-working Barnsley branch, we have selected a superb candidate — Enis Dalton, a professional trainer and well-known local community campaigner — to be our candidate in this high-profile election,” Mr Griffin wrote.

“As a local girl, she is perfect for a constituency like Barnsley with its close-knit community. Predictably, Labour have parachuted in a candidate, from Hampshire.

“Last year, at the General Election, the British National Party candidate polled 3,307 votes, or 8.9 percent, in Barnsley Central. With the party united behind Enis, and a strong local branch under dynamic organiser Ian Sutton leading the campaign, all we need to secure an excellent vote is the money to stand against Labour and run a really professional campaign,” he said.

“We’ve already hit the ground running, with a fantastic total of 150 activists joining Ms Dalton and myself on our first day of action.

“The whole constituency was blanket leafleted in just a few hours, with more specialised teams also out canvassing and using specially designed questionnaires to collect the information about what Barnsley voters really worry about.

“This information will allow us to tailor our message for maximum possible impact. We’re aiming to make this our most professional campaign ever,” Mr Griffin wrote.

“Your help is always appreciated. All nationalists are required to assist in this battle. Please help us in any way you can.

“Come and join us on the streets, or send your most generous gift today. It is almost impossible to put a monetary target on this appeal for Barnsley, but every single penny you send will make a difference.

“You will help us confront the Labour thieves, raise public awareness and ensure that the British National Party become the true voice of Barnsley... because we’re in it for the long haul,” he said.

“By working together, we will win the battle for local hearts and minds in Barnsley. Thank you for your continued and generous support. I know that Enis will appreciate your help as much as I do.”