Tuesday, July 17, 2007

this machine kills fascists

No tunes today, just a request. I'm assuming y'all are good people and that we're all enjoying this sharing thang we've got going here. So this is a request that I received from my brother-in-law.

According to the stats we have around 300 visitors everyday, so it'd be pretty cool if some of you got on board with this and helped smudge out a little bit of grimy, small-minded thuggery, thereby making the world a better place, if only for a short while. Thanks.

Over to you, Marcus:

The British National Party are planning on holding a "Red White and Blue" day in Denby [a small village outside Derby, just down the road from me] next month and are anticipating a crowd of 2,000. One of the organisers says that the event will be "peaceful", yes of course, those BNP gatherings are well known for being peaceful affairs aren't they?

We don't want the fascist BNP congregating en masse in Derbyshire.... anywhere, so I am appealing to people to do their bit to stop this from going ahead and reminding the Nazis that, despite a small-scale level of support in some villages near the M1, their presence is not wanted here. All you need to do is email Amber Valley district council and tell them you are opposed to the plan - you don't even need to live in the area to do this.

[so you can see why I thought about posting this on here...]

Remember Bradford in 2001 and the mayhem that was triggered by the BNP and National Front? There's a very real chance of this happening in either Derby or Nottingham - remember the BNP instigated all the trouble because the police gave them a free-reign on the city. We don't want this to happen again.

Here's a newslink: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/derbyshire/6902933.stm

Email: enquiry@ambervalley.gov.uk and tell them that you heard about the plans for the event. Even though it is to be held on private land, if the council receive enough complaints they can (and hopefully, will) stop it from taking place.

Please forward this to anyone else who you think ought to know about this, particularly people who live nearby.
Thanks a lot!

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