Dear Mr Bryson
Thank you for
your kind letter, which I have read with interest.
I have passed on a copy for the information
of the News editor.
From: Sean Bryson
Sent: 21 April 2002 08:51
To: Sunday Times Letters
Growing BNP Support in Notting Hill
48 Tavistock Road
Sunday 21st April 2002
Dear Sunday Times,
I doubt very much if your article about the BNP opening
other peoples mail, is going to have much effect on the
people who have already decided to vote for them.
Even those who would decry the BNP, are going to see this
little item as being very small potato's indeed. I would
think that probably most people be they for or against the
BNP, are going to question it's authenticity.
A little while ago there was a complaint sent to the Guardian
about an article they had published by the BNP ( Copied
This voice should not be heard
On Friday the Guardian angered some readers by printing
from the British National Party. Randeep Ramesh says it
is wrong to
give racists a platform
And this is the Guardian article
that Mr Randeep Ramesh and some others objected to .....
David Blunkett seriously saying that people in
Britain should avoid all thought of the large
numbers of asylum seekers and illegal immigrants
entering the UK and also the racial tensions caused
by decades of politically correct attitudes on
this topic? The BNP has been attempting, unsuccessfully,
for years to start a legitimate public debate
on asylum, race and community relations, particularly
the desirability, or not, of converting Britain
into a multiracial society without a mandate from
the British people.
Unfortunately for the government the public mood
is now for such a debate and unless the BNP is
included, he will be seen as harbouring the sort
of "fascist" tendencies he (wrongly)
accuses the BNP of having. A central question
is: "Is diversity really a strength"?
If a multiracial society is such a wonderful thing,
we would not need to be bullied and cajoled by
the CRE, the Lawrence inquiry, the Race Relations
(Amendment Act) and the like into accepting it?
Dr Phil Edwards
BNP national press officer
The problem is that the Race card has been so thoroughly
exploited, that it has pretty well lost it's impact on the
I am a known member of the BNP in a very "Diverse"
area, Notting Hill, in West London.
Even members of minority groups in this area, fully understand
why. They may not like it, but they do understand.
At the present time, "Searchlight"
is orchestrating a big smear job against the BNP. Searchlight
is well aware of my website and it's contents.
My website is almost unbelievably "politically Incorrect"
and critical of minority groups and Political Correctness.
But never in a million years will Searchlight
highlight it in their campaign, nor will any other so called
This is not because of the sentiments of people like Randeep
Ramesh who say it is wrong to give racists a platform.
( I deny that I am, but the PC brigade would certainly differ
is because they are afraid of the known factual content.
Not giving people a platform, is nothing less than a way
of silencing freedom of speech, which political correctness
We are now in the situation in this country where to criticise
any minority group, or member of a minority group is to
attract instant accusations of racism, and all of the social
penalties that go with it. This, no matter how justified
the criticism may be.
Don't you find this strange ?
This has certainly happened to me in Notting Hill, or at
least it used to.
Aha, the internet to the rescue !
My website www.oldsite.org has been viewed by thousands
of people from all over the globe, but the number of actual
views could run into the millions !
I have managed to put an entire copy of my website in a
downloadable ZIP file,
it is just under 3Mb in size. I am quite proud of that,
getting so much info into such a compact little package.
The point is that there is no telling just how many times
it has been copy / pasted / and sent around as an email
Certainly in Notting Hill, HUGE numbers of people have viewed
my site in this way, there are countless copies of my site
sitting on other peoples hard drives / servers all over
The head in the sand attitude of our media ( no platform
for the politically incorrect !! ) is the greatest recruiter
that the BNP has got, or has ever had.
You deny a voice to the majority, at your peril.
As the BNP
continues to grow in popularity and membership,
there has been a significant "negative" shift
in attitude towards me from certain sections of the
community here in Notting Hill UK.
said that, the overall attitude towards the BNP
in this area of London is becoming more and more
As the internet continues
to expose many more lies.