Yes, White Live DO Matter – as ALL lives should matter

‘I’d like to apologise… to absolutely f*****g NOBODY’: So, says Burnley fan Jake Hepple, via Facebook, who rightly refused to repent for the ‘White Lives Matter’ banner.

The Burnley fan from Colne in East Lancashire defended his move to help arrange for a ‘White Lives Matter Burnley’ banner to be flown above the Etihad Stadium, Manchester just before his sides 5-0 demolition by Premier League champions Manchester City on Monday evening.

Shortly after kick-off at Monday’s game, a plane was spotted flying high above the Etihad stadium displaying the ‘White Lives Matter Burnley’ (note – not Burnley FC) banner displaying the slogan and came shortly after all twenty two players, club staff and match officials had kneeled (the so called ‘taking the knee’, copied from the ‘bending the knee’ scene on Game of Thrones – an American fantasy drama television series, which is still shown on British TV) prior to the game in solidarity with the black career criminal George Floyd and the so-called ‘Black Lives Matter’ mob.

Burnley fan Jake Hepple has reportedly claimed responsibility for the display, which came as an apparent riposte to the spate of displays of support for the ‘Black Lives Matter’ mob which have become commonplace in the English game since the restart of the Premier League last week and prompted the Lancashire club, as well as captain Ben Mee, to strongly condemn ‘White Lives Matter’.

Hepple, though, remained unrepentant. Borrowing a slightly altered phrase from Irish UFC superstar Conor McGregor, made after a fight in New York City, Hepple wrote on his since-deleted Facebook page that “I’d like to take this time to apologise .. TO ABSOLUTELY F*****G NOBODY!”

“It’s now apparently racist to say White lives matter,” he continued on his Facebook account (which has now not surprisingly been deleted), which also displayed a photograph of Hepple alongside former BNP member, and English Defence League founder Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (AKA ‘Tommy Robinson’).

Jake Hepple (above left) with EDL founder ‘Tommy Robinson’

Burnley FC fired off a statement condemning the banner in mega quick time. In fact, so quick that it appeared online even before the first half of the match had finished!

Burnley FC Chairman Mike Garlick and his CEO and general dogsbody Neil Hart of course fiercely condemned Hepple’s actions in their grovelling statement, which read:

“Burnley Football Club strongly condemns the actions of those responsible for the aircraft and offensive banner that flew over The Etihad Stadium on Monday evening.

“We wish to make it clear that those responsible are not welcome at Turf Moor.

“This, in no way, represents what Burnley Football Club stands for and we will work fully with the authorities to identify those responsible and issue lifetime bans.

“The club has a proud record of working with all genders, religions and faiths through its award-winning Community scheme, and stands against racism of any kind.

“We are fully behind the Premier League’s Black Lives Matter initiative and, in line with all other Premier League games undertaken since Project Restart, our players and football staff willingly took the knee at kick-off at Manchester City.

“We apologise unreservedly to the Premier League, to Manchester City and to all those helping to promote Black Lives Matter.”

Burnley staff and players “taking the knee” before Monday’s game in Manchester

Of course, Garlick and Hart not being amongst the ‘sharpest tools in the shed’ raced their statement out before even checking, or even understanding the facts behind the banner!

The banner read ‘Burnley’ and not ‘Burnley FC’ and was in no way linked to the club. It was paid for by supporters – mostly ex-supporters now – of the Burnley Suicide Squad (BSS), who were a notorious football firm in the 1980s, right up to the mid-2000s, but are mainly ‘retired’ now. In general, the BSS were made up of patriotic English nationalists, who were not in any way linked to the BNP (as some in the media claim).

To quote former BSS leader Andrew Porter; “I’m a proud to be a hooligan. A lot of people out there think we are scum. Well I don’t give a f**k about their point of view. After the Burnley riots I was classed as a nazi who voted BNP. I’ve never voted in my life and I wouldn’t vote for the BNP because I’m English. It’s about time we had an English National Party; the Welsh and Scots have their own national parties so why should we be any different. Is it wrong to display our national flag? Some people in our government think it is. They don’t want us to have an identity. Well, I’ve got a message for them: you’ll never take England out of the English, and you’ll never take the hooligan out of me.”

Garlic and Hart rattle on about those responsible for the banner not being welcome at Turf Moor (Burnley FC’s stadium) anymore and when they find them, they will all get life bans! You could not really make it up, could you? Don’t these idiots realise that the vast majority of the BSS are already banned – mostly for life – from Turf Moor! And those who are not, would never even consider paying the rip off prices that BFC (and all Premier League clubs) charge to enter Turf Moor – with CCTV cameras pointing everywhere – watching a group over vastly over-paid, over-rated, spoiled brats, commonly known as Premier League footballers.

Garlic and Hart then go on about their club having a proud record of working with all genders, religions and faiths through its award-winning Community scheme, and stands against racism of any kind.

Well if that’s the case, why are there so few black players in the Burnley FC team? Let alone the first team squad (three at the most). And why does their club not have any Asian players, or any Muslim players (when the town of Burnley is at least 12% Asian/Muslim)? And why does Burnley FC not have one single Gay player? What sort of ‘proud record’ is this? They must live in some sort of fantasy land!

The statement goes on about how much Burnley FC are behind the violent mob ‘Black Lives Matter’, and how all their team willingly took the knee – Game of Thones style!

One thing the statement did get right about the banner was that it – “in no way represents what Burnley Football Club stands for” – very true. The banner represented the real silent majority of White working-class people in Burnley, who in general have little or no time for Burnley FC, as is reflected in their pathetically low attendance figures (they can’t even fill their tiny ground for most matches!).

Why would ordinary White working-class Burnley people want to have anything to do with the likes of Garlic and Hart, as they may as well be from a different planet. They know nothing and care nothing for the ordinary people of Burnley, apart from wanting to fleece their hard-earned money off them, to pay the inflated wage packets of the likes of Ben Mee.

Ben Mee, himself an embarrassment to most Burnley fans, has played for the club since 2012. After being rejected by Man City – he was there for four years without ever making the Premier League first team – he was loaned out to Leicester City, where he struggled only making 15 appearances in 2011, before being loaned out to Burnley.

Ben Mee cries all the way to the bank after another Burnley defeat

Mee who is now team Captain, could not wait to jump on the politically correct bandwagon and spoke to Sky Sports News directly after the game, whining about his and the club’s ‘shame’ at the banner incident following his teams capitulation to a far superior – and much more enriched! – Man City side.

“We as a group of (White) players condemn it, we’re ashamed, we’re embarrassed. It definitely had a massive impact on us to see that in the sky. We were embarrassed, disappointed, upset. We are embarrassed that our name was in it.

“That they tried to attach it to our club – it doesn’t belong anywhere near our club. Fans like that don’t deserve to be around football.”

Of course, it’s very easy for somebody from a privileged middle-class background like Mee to attack ordinary White working-class Burnley fans. Remember Mee earns more in just one week, than most Burnley FC fans earn in a whole year. In reality its people like Mee that don’t deserve to be around football. And when the peoples of Britain finally awake from their slumber and elect a nationalist government, then he and his ilk will be dealt with.

After the incident Lancashire Police stated that they were investigating the matter to determine if any laws were broken! But later the next day – after spending many hours consulting with their legal team and the CPS – they had to admit that no laws had been broken, and no action against the banner organisers would be taken.

Remember that this is the same Lancashire Police service who claimed for years that they did not have the time or resources to investigate the ‘grooming’ scandals (mainly involving Pakistani men) that have plagued many towns in the county for over 20 years now.

The ‘grooming’ of young White working class and sub-working class girls from towns – including Burnley – have largely been ignored by the politically correct Lancashire Police, who would rather turn a blind eye to these White girls being raped, trafficked and even murdered (as happened in Blackpool) than be accused of being “racist”!

The Grooming which is (mainly – but not exclusively) carried out by second and third generation Pakistani Sunni Muslims, has now reached what was the far north west of Lancashire – Barrow in Furness (moved over to Cumbria in 1974).

In Barrow, a town which was until very recently almost all White, is now enjoying all the benefits of enrichment, with Asian ‘grooming’ gangs operating in the town with almost immunity from prosecution.

In a video statement, Chief Supt Dean Holden said he had to be “very careful … because I don’t want to undermine any judicial processes” but “what I would say is when the question is asked, ‘Is there an organised gang of Asian men in Barrow conducting abuse and exploitation against individuals?’ – our investigation has shown that has not been corroborated or otherwise evidenced.”

In addition, the force said it was investigating a new allegation that “circulated on social media concerning reports of physical and sexual abuse committed against a woman, aged in her late teens” in Barrow.

In fact, Cumbria Police, not only refused to close down arrest these ‘grooming’ gangs, but instead arrested and charged one of their victims!

A 19-year-old White girl has been charged with perverting the course of justice after telling police she was drugged and raped by an Asian sex gang in Cumbria. The teenager from Barrow was held in custody awaiting a court hearing, having allegedly breached her bail conditions! Cumbria Police confirmed it was investigating an incident of physical and sexual abuse that was reported by a woman in her late teens. The girl later alleged on Facebook that she had been beaten, burned, drugged and trafficked for sex throughout the north of England by Pakistani men. Her post included very distressing pictures of bruises, scratches and burn marks, and sparked a social media storm.

But to Burnley FC including their captain Ben Mee, their Chairman Mike Garlic, and their CEO Neil Hart, the lives of young working-class White girls really DON’T MATTER. They just don’t care about working class people, but then again with their money why should they?

Congratulations to Jake Hepple and all the lads from Burnley Suicide Squad, the banner stunt was great, it got the message over in a completely non-violent way – unlike the “Black Lives Matter” mob whose violent demonstrations, vandalism, lootings and stabbings have shown many ‘on the fence’ Brits what their real agenda is – the complete eradication of our history, heritage, culture and even identity.

Burnley’s Steve Smith (above left) addressing an H&D event

End note. Readers should remember that it was not that ago that the BNP, once led by the legendary Steve Smith, were the second largest party in Burnley, and were polling up to 35% of the vote in local elections – 40% in Padiham (where the BNP had all three Borough councillors plus the County Councillor). The England First Party, also once led by Steve Smith, polled well in most of the Burnley wards they contested too. That support is still out there. It just needs a well organised, nationalist party to get back to basics and take advantage of it.

Jake Hepple’s girlfriend Megan Rambadt – sacked for her political views

UPDATE: Jake Hepple’s girlfriend Megan Rambadt has been sacked from her job due to alleged ‘racist’ social media posts, though there is no suggestion that her political views had ever had any negative influence on her work.

‘Soldiers of Odin’ defend Finns against immigrant rapists

Soldiers of Odin

The long-suppressed truth about assaults against European women by immigrant rapists finally broke through the media blackout in recent weeks, following what appeared to be a planned series of rapes in Germany carried out by “asylum seekers”.

In one of the most horrific incidents, a 22-year-old aid worker was stabbed to death in Sweden last week by a 15-year-old immigrant.

Several European countries have seen vigilante groups of local whites growing during the last few months: one of the largest is in Finland, where “Sons of Odin” are mobilising nationwide to defend Finnish women.

In the southern Finnish city of Tampere, for example, 4,000 asylum seekers have arrived during the last six months, and there have been dozens of reported attacks by these newcomers against local women,

“Soldiers of Odin” have a Facebook page here.

 

 

Top Tory in “racist” storm after comments on black crime

Tory Oliver Letwin let the racist cat out of the bag

Tory Oliver Letwin let the racist cat out of the bag

Cabinet Office minister Oliver Letwin – regarded as one of the main intellectual influences on the modern Conservative Party – is at the centre of a storm over “racist” comments he made in the mid-1980s.

Letwin’s remarks will be published tomorrow by the UK’s National Archives, as part of the annual release for documents from 30 years ago. They form part of a discussion at the highest levels of Margaret Thatcher’s government, following riots in October 1985 on the Broadwater Farm estate in North London, where Police Constable Keith Blakelock was butchered by a mob of machete-wielding black thugs.

While many of his fellow Tories urged liberal responses – i.e. throwing money at black ghettos – Letwin and his colleague Hartley Booth advised Mrs Thatcher:

“The root of social malaise is not poor housing, youth ‘alienation’ or the lack of a middle class. Lower-class unemployed white people lived for years in appalling slums without a breakdown of public order on anything like the present scale.

“Riots, criminality and social disintegration are caused solely by individual characters and attitudes. So long as bad moral attitudes remain, all efforts to improve inner cities will founder.”

They mocked suggestions that government money should fund young black entrepreneurs:

“New entrepreneurs will set up in the disco and drug trade; refurbished council blocks will decay through vandalism and neglect; and people will graduate from employment programmes into unemployment or crime.”

Booth (who eventually succeeded Thatcher as MP for Finchley from 1992 to 1997) added that the proposal to spend £10m on a “communities programme” in the riot-hit area would merely “subsidise Rastafarian arts and crafts workshops”.  He warned in a later memo that there had been reports of Broadwater Farm residents acquiring petrol bombs and napalm.

Murdered policeman Keith Blakelock (left) and a court reporter's drawing of Nicholas Jacobs, who was cleared of PC Blakelock's murder in 2014.  The killing remains officially unsolved.

Murdered policeman Keith Blakelock (left) and a court reporter’s drawing of Nicholas Jacobs, who was cleared of PC Blakelock’s murder in 2014. The killing remains officially unsolved.

These comments by Letwin and Booth are not officially published until tomorrow, but an error by online journalists who had been given an advance briefing (on condition they did not report the contents until tomorrow) has meant the story broke early.  Predicatably leftwingers have expressed outrage.  Labour Party spokesman John Ashworth demanded a retraction:

“These offensive remarks are very concerning, particularly given his very senior position in the current Government as David Cameron’s policy supremo.

“I’m sure Mr Letwin will want to clarify these remarks and apologise as soon as possible.”

Sadly we expect Letwin will be forced to grovel: no one in the mainstream media will dare to reflect on whether his words might have been true.

8 AM update: The full Downing Street file on the Broadwater Farm riot has been published this morning and can be downloaded here as a PDF.

Lee Rigby Memorial Walks

On Saturday 24th May two memorial walks took place for Lee Rigby, a British Army soldier of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, who a year ago was attacked and killed by two African Muslims in a south London street.

This was a racial attack – as well as a political and religious attack – make no bones about it. Lee was killed pure and simply for being a White British squadie.

While others may forget very quickly, British Loyalists and English Patriots don’t and two memorial walks – one in the centre of Manchester – near to where Lee was born and lived – and the other in Woolwich south London – where Lee was stationed and sadly killed.

H&D editor Mark Cotterill attended the Manchester walk, which was led by the Bolton Caledonian Pipe band. Mark and 300 other Patriots from many different groups including, BNP, UKIP, BM, NWI, EDL, CXF EDL and EBF gathered in Piccadilly Gardens – right in the heart city centre – and marched through the busy shopping centre to the cenotaph near Manchester Cathedral. At the cenotaph a short service was held, poems read and flowers were laid in Lee’s memory. A minutes silence was held, not just for Lee, but for all British soldiers, who have lost their lives in service to their country. Special mention was made of those brave lads who fought in World War I as we are approaching the 100th anniversary of The Great War.

Even though the rain poured down all day, in typical Manchester fashion, and most got drenched (including H&D’s editor!) spirits were high amongst the 300 Patriots – including many women and children, and we would not have wished to be anywhere else that day, but in Manchester – remembering Lee Rigby, one of our own – a Lancashire Lad from Middleton, a true Son of St. George.

At the same time, down in Woolwich, South London, over 1,500 Patriots marched behind the Pride of the Somme Flute band from Liverpool through the streets of our capital city and close to the spot where Lee was attacked and killed by African Muslims.

Thankfully our comrades in London had better weather than we did in the north, and also had a much better turnout. It was great to see Patriots from many different groups and parties putting aside petty differences for one day, and joining as one, in Lee’s memory. It was also good to see many football lads from Chelsea, Millwall, Tottenham, Arsenal and Charlton, coming together and marching united as Englishmen.

H&D’s editor in the Manchester rain

Far left-wing, communist and anarchist groups had threatened to turn up and attack both memorial walks, but had a late change of mind and in the end kept well away from both.

In the case of Manchester, if the commies had turned up, they may have got their first decent wash of the year!And in London the sight of over 200 Chelsea and Millwall lads at London Bridge station, making their way to the walk’s formation point at Woolwich, had the anarchists almost falling over themselves to get back on the trains to their parents’ houses in Hampstead and Kensington!

* – Last Thursday, 22nd May, the anniversary of the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, Tess Culnane and Richard Edmunds made a short film in tribute to the slain soldier. Here it is :

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