Wednesday, 10 June 2009
BNP Bodyguard Vindicated
Image - Anna Heath of the UAF trying to delay the escape of the BNP group so as to allow the mob to catch up to them and continue the attack.
Yesterday the gutter press, the TV news channels and the corporate media were busy editing footage of the attack on Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons in order to show the heroic efforts of BNP security to remove one of the protestors in their path in a bad light.
The role of this individual who was brushed aside by the Security Team has now been made clear.
She is not a 'member of the public' she is Anna Heath and she is a member of the UAF.
She had also just moments before been viciously attacking BNP security with a wooden placard which could have easily blinded or maimed the BNP security team.
Her role it now appears was to delay Mr. Griffin and Andrew Bron's escape from the mob who were attacking them.
By placing herself in the path of the BNP group her role was to slow down and delay the BNP group from passing her and reaching the BNP security car, thereby slowing down the BNP group and allowing the mob to catch up with them.
She was to stand in the way and try to delay the escape route of the BNP group and allow the thugs in the mob using bottles, wooden staves and wooden sticks as coshes to attack the BNP group and cause them real and significant harm and injury.
The media have attempted to portray Little Red Riding Hood in her red coat as some innocent member of the public wandering accidently into the chaos - when in fact she was attempting to assist the mob in furthering their violence and was one of the main instigators of the chaos and attack.
Therefore the moment when BNP security officer Jay swept her out of the way he not only avoided the trap she was trying to set for him and the BNP group but he also managed to save himself, Nick Griffin, Andrew Brons and many of the protestors from serious violence.
His actions and quick thinking were ideal examples of the efficient and calm security operative in action.
Congratulations to BNP security. Good work.
As for the UAF - we now anticipate that from now on your sole intent as regarding demonstrations is use them solely as a pretext to inflict serious mob violence upon us.
Therefore be aware that as a result we now have to anticipate that any mob approaching us is intent on inflicting direct and serious violence against us - perhaps even to attempt a murder attempt such as happened to Pym Fortuyn and Theo Van Gogh.
That means such confrontations will in the future be met with a robust response appropriate to the level of threat being offered.
The police seem unwilling to protect the BNP from attack, so we must organise to defend ourselves.
A woman who says she was left with injuries to her neck and face after being thrown to the floor by one of Nick Griffin's bodyguards is to press charges for assault.
Anna Heath, 23, was one of about 100 protesters who forced the leader of the British National party to abandon a press briefing on College Green in Westminster yesterday.
Pictures from the event appear to show Heath, who is 168cm in height, being hit in the throat by one of Griffin's minders as the BNP leader was bundled into a waiting car.
"I got there a bit late and there was a big group of them coming towards me with Griffin in the middle and this huge man half-grabbed me, half-pushed me in the neck and threw me backwards," said Heath, an artist who lives in London.
"I hit my head hard on the ground and my neck was all swollen – I am still finding it difficult to talk."
Heath was taken to hospital by ambulance and released later the same day.
"All the bouncers around Griffin were huge – I mean really big," she said. "But I wasn't intimidated, I just wanted to make the point that I find the racism and fascism of the BNP unacceptable ... With other political parties you can demonstrate and disagree but with the BNP this is what happens."
The protesters disrupted the press conference by throwing eggs and chanting: "Off our streets, Nazi scum." There were a series of tussles involving Griffin's bodyguards and other demonstrators. One protester said he was run over by a vehicle driven by a BNP supporter.
Speaking from a meeting in a pub in Manchester today, Griffin said the police had let "the mob run wild".
Weyman Bennett, from Unite Against Fascism, which organised the demonstration, said protesters would gather wherever Griffin or the BNP appeared. "The BNP only got elected because the turnout was so low," he said.
"We will stand up with other people and say that the politics of fascism and nazism have no place in the 21st century. These types of politics don't represent the majority of this country and the majority of people have to speak up for a decent society."
The Metropolitan police said it was investigating reports of a road collision as well as one allegation of common assault and allegations of egg throwing.