10 August 2009

The fraud & imposter

Isaiah 54:17 No weapon formed against you shall prosper, And every tongue which rises against you in judgment You shall condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, And their righteousness is from Me,” Says the LORD.

........................................

They say a picture tells a thousand words and there is no better picture to prove that point than this one.


Due to the fact that I did not want my name dragged into things because of Chris Renton, I had absolutely no other alternative but to disassociate myself from his fraudulent version of the EDL.

On several occasions I pleaded for him to do the right thing and he refused, even coming back with empty threats against me, which left me no alternative but to state my position.

I am not anti-BNP, I am anti the extreme neo-Nazis who cling onto their coat tails because of the founding fathers of the parties original ideology. Nick Griffin has brought the BNP into the main political arena with one million British voters now voting for his party, with the potential of having MPs in Westminster at the next general election.

It is not one million neo-Nazis, it is one million people who are living on the front lines in NULabours modern multi-cultural Britain and see that the ballot box and the BNP are their only hope to turn around the destruction of their communities and future way of life.

I am not political and agree with different people in all parties.

It is maverick grass roots BNP activists wanting to make a name for themselves, by using the BNP name that cause damage to the aims and objectives of the high level BNP politicians who are aiming for power, in order to be able to represent their British voters.

As a Christian, I believe in the story of Saul who became Paul, which reflects anyone who turns to Christ. Based on Nick Griffins stance on Christianity, and his seasoned re-evaluated view on Israel and the Jews, who is to say that he has not reverted back to his Catholic faith and is now leading the party from that stand point?

There is no disputing the Lefties accusations of Chris Renton being a grass roots BNP activist, based upon his Facebook activities several months ago, as those who were on his friends list will confirm. You would have to ask the BNP themselves if he is a registered member and activist though. I defended his position in the Talksport radio interview because somebody’s politics are their own prerogative and has nothing to do with me or the cause I am involved with.

Things took a different course between me and those who I was working with, due to Renton’s influence over ‘Casuals United’. I separated myself from the group due to his actions. He and a few of his internet football friends then went on to hijack the EDL name, then going on their campaign of turning people against me so that they could carry the English Defence League name themselves, without any of my influence, and then out onto the streets of Birmingham.

Renton then changed his Facebook name and started trying to use ‘Casuals United’ as a vehicle for his BNP activities and started asking people to join an anti-UAF protest on behalf of the BNP.

Do high level BNP politicians, such as the two who are now in Europe, want their credibility damaged in the eyes of the electorate by links to football hooligans and riots on the streets of Britain because of the likes of Chris Renton?

It is people like Chris Renton who damage not only the street movement that aims to be a neutral voice for the silent majority within Britain, but also the BNP that is becoming a modern, respectable alternative to the Establishment in Westminster.

Is he an agent of the Left trying to blacken the BNP name? Is he part of a plot by the security services trying to stoke up trouble and blame it on the BNP? Is he a covert BNP activist working on behalf of the BNP? Or is he just someone wanting to make a name for himself, firstly through the BNP and now using the street movement that was birthed in Luton?

This is what Nick Griffin MEP had to say: Birmingham 8th August, 2009

I called Chris Renton’s hijacked EDL, a fraudulent copy of the real thing, and you only have to look at the above picture to see this.

Him, standing in front of a placard saying we are not BNP is laughable. The Luton EDL division who created the placards are not BNP, because they have people of all colours and races amongst their ranks. They have been forced into defending this position out in the open when they should be attacking the Islamic militants because of Chris Renton but none of them decided to take the action necessary.

I had no alternative but to state that any banners displayed on the day that were created by Chris Renton & Co were absolutely nothing to do with me.

Email image below is what I told Chris Renton about the blood red Templar Cross of Christ that is on the placard he is holding.

Image: Templar Cross

The email image above was sent to him the day before the infamous Friday meeting that started the chain reaction leading to the division, split and then my complete withdrawal from the 8th August event.

It is ironic because this is the clock they sat under in that meeting: clock

In our email exchange (image below) where I am pleading with him not to use the EDL name, he totally disrespects my religious belief that is the same as all Knights Templars throughout the ages, and then goes on to stand underneath the Templar Cross on the day.

Image: religious shite

I know for a fact that the leader of the Luton EDL division is a Catholic and has just baptised his children into the faith. He can stand and lead his people under that Cross, because he knows and believes the meaning behind it.

How can anyone degrade the Christian belief like Chris Renton has, and then go on to stand under the Cross, even after he was asked not to?

Charlatan!

In the email image below he believes that the movement has nothing to do with me, and that I am the one bringing division and arguments.

Image: division & arguments

Those who I have worked with for several months, until Chris Renton caused the division with myself, and then the eventual split due to the Birmingham newspaper article stating the protest was a Casuals United event, would see things completely differently to that.

After the split from ‘Casuals United’, I petitioned all of the groups to bring their groups under the English Defence League banner: Casuals split

On the day in Birmingham you will see that the Luton EDL division, led by ‘Wayne King’, was the only EDL division present on the day. They, along with their placards, pulled off a professional and organised, peaceful protest against Islamic extremism in the face of extreme violence from the government funded, Moslem-filled, UAF army and the religious Moslems who came out for a war against them.

The fraud and imposter was amongst their ranks and ended up having this picture taken that speaks a thousand words and justifies my stand of pulling out from any involvement whilst he had a hand in the direction of events.

I wonder how EDL youths Joel, who is of mixed race, feels about someone writing on Stormfront under EDL, encouraging neo-Nazis to support the protest?

I wonder, out of all the people involved in the hijacked EDL, who is the most likely to be whipping up support on Stormfront?

No wonder the blacks in Birmingham sided with the Moslems on the day.

The real EDL that the Luton division represented, is not politically motivated, although it does seek to influence political decisions. It is not racist and has people from all walks of life and ethnicities amongst its ranks, protesting under the EDL banner.

Further reading: My position on 8/8


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/religion-and-beliefs/news/article.cfm?c_id=301&objectid=10585676

I was wondering if you knew about this? In my opinion Saudi Arabia is more dangerous than Iran. Their monetary influences in Europe are the biggest threat we face right now. The public needs to know about the Saudi puppetry of the government in the UK.

jockmcdoc said...

The BNP are doing well as a safety value in taking people who are angry about the multiculturalism is destroying out country away from violence and getting them involved in the political process instead. However, if they really want to break out of fringe politics into the mainstream, they need to exert more discipline at the grassroots level. Judging by the blog of Lee Barnes, IMHO a little discipline needs to be exerted at the top as well.

Anonymous said...

Terror Alliance:
www.tinyurl.com/pqnxor

Manufacturing Terrorism:
www.tinyurl.com/o6hmk4

Strong Leader Desperately Needed:
tinyurl.com/pmcpnz

All native Britons and decent patriotic others need to stand together now!

Only one Party can unite us against a vile enemy within, and is trying desperately to do so, against all odds.

Jesse said...

"No wonder the blacks in Birmingham sided with the Moslems on the day."

As much as I hate the nazis that is hopelessly naive.

The black youths in Birmingham would have joined with the muslims no matter what. Some black people, and especially mixed race people are very passionate about the anti-jihadi cause. Most however, particularly in brummie, just dont like whities.

Joanne said...

http://vladtepesblog.com/?p=11029

Here is a blog with a video a little down the page of the protest in Birmingham, and with the Muslim woman shouting about it being their streets. The British protesters were singing God Save the Queen. Wow, what a bunch of fascists - NOT!

gatesofvienna said...

This may clear things up- God Bless this Honest GUY!


Image – the true face of the UAF – thugs attacking innocent white people.

This letter below says it all.

Finally a decent (ex) member of the UAF who has seen the light, that the aim of the UAF is to increase racial tension so it can profit from racial violence it incites and then use that racial violence as justification for its own pernicious existence.

No doubt this poor guy will now be targeted by the thugs of the UAF, abused and attacked for his bravery and honesty.

http://www.birminghampost.net/comment/letters-to-the-editor/2009/08/11/uaf-protester-sorry-rally-got-out-of-hand-in-birmingham-65233-24365332/

UAF protester ’sorry’ rally got out of hand in Birmingham

Aug 11 2009 Birmingham Post
Comment (1)
Recommend

Dear Editor, I would like to start by apologising to the people of Birmingham for the events of Saturday evening which I am highly ashamed to have been a part of. However, as a moderate who took part in the UAF protest I would like to set the record straight.

I, like the vast majority of people in Birmingham love the fact that our city is so diverse and vibrant. I felt that this was worth defending, especially from a bunch of trouble makers many of whom were from outside the city.

Unfortunately it turned out the UAF were no more interested in our community than the racists many of us turned out to oppose!

The young Muslims who rampaged through the city streets were incited to violence by UAF activists. I was near the front of the rally in Rotunda Square and I saw how they worked and I saw how it got out of hand.

The UAF should have switched rhetoric when they saw that the young Muslims were getting restless and angry. Instead what they did was get increasingly aggressive speakers to talk about ‘smashing the BNP’ (who not directly involved with the protest) whilst sending agitators into the crowd, with megaphones, to whip up anger there.

Only a few members of the Socialist Workers party, some trade unionists and a few moderate Muslim blokes who had been recruited as marshals on the day, remained to help the Police calm the riot.

I would like to commend the West Midlands Police Force for their sensitive handling of the protest and us protesters during what was a very difficult situation.

However, the ten or so members of the Muslim community who stayed with the protest whilst it was settled are the true unsung heroes of the sad event.

I never got to know their names, however, I am very proud to have worked with them in defusing the tensions that built up between rioters and Police. A true example of why our city is great.

As to the UAF well, I don’t mind announcing that I will never join one of their protests again. Once again I can only say how sorry I am that it all got so out of hand. If we had known how it would turn out then I’m sure a lot of protesters would have stayed home.

The UAF has achieved nothing except to create racial tensions were non existed before.

Yours in penance,

Josh Allen, Bournville

http://leejohnbarnes.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

The attack on Christianity is part and parcel of the attck on white people throughout the world. Of course Blacks will always stand in the end with Muslims rather than whites.

Joanne said...

Anonymous @ 6:00, that is totally not true. There are many Christian blacks who everyday are being attacked by Muslims in Africa, for example, and many are being killed and beheaded and their churches burned down because they refuse to convert to Islam. Christianity is for all God's people - his own know his voice, like he knows his own.

Anonymous said...

Chris Renton

mi?