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Sunday, 9 January 2011

Nick Griffin & the British national Party: Campaigning against grooming by Muslim men since 2004

Nick Griffin: Campaigning against grooming by Muslim men since 2004

JANUARY 2011: On Wednesday, The Times newspaper finally admitted that the British National Party had been right all along.

 For the past seven years, the British National Party has been alerting the British public to the fact that there are Muslim paedophile gangs operating in Britain which prey on young white females. Now, on its front page, Britain's most respected newspaper has acknowledged that this is indeed the case.
It was back in 2004 that Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party was arrested after a speech he made about the Muslim grooming gangs scandal was broadcast on the BBC documentary, The Secret Agent.
He was charged with "using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred" but acquitted of all the charges after two trials.
According to The Times, police and social services have fuelled a "culture of silence" which has allowed hundreds of young white girls to be exploited by Muslim men for sex."
But for the past seven years The Times and the British media have been part of that conspiracy of silence.
Journalist Andrew Norfolk who wrote the report, covered Nick Griffin's trial at Leeds Crown Court, so he was well aware then of the grooming gangs, but has not, until now, publicised the issue.
The British National Party even produced an Election Broadcast in 2004 on the grooming issue. Channel 5's ridiculous censorship, dubbed out the words of the mothers of grooming victims in an effort to stop the public from hearing the extent of the problem.
The broadcast was based on a banned Channel 4 documentary, Edge of the City, which revealed how Asian men in Bradford were grooming and targeting white girls as young as 11 for sex and drug abuse. It was withdrawn seven days ago at the request of Colin Cramphorn, the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire.
Nick Griffin and Party officials met 12 mothers and discovered evidence of child abuse in Rotherham, Dewsbury, Colne and Rochdale.
The broadcast was narrated by Nick himself and featured an actress who conveys the alleged thoughts of a Bradford mother above the caption "Donna's story."
She says: "In a way we're lucky. Some of her friends have suffered the same abuse and ended up hooked on crack."
Even Ann Cryer, the Labour MP for Keighley, West Yorkshire admitted there was a problem, but claimed it was being successfully sorted out by the police and was not as severe as the British National Party suggested. Mrs Cryer said she did not know "Donna" and had spoken to other mothers in the town who had no knowledge of her.
In 2007 Nick Griffin produced a series of videos on grooming. You can see them here: