British National Party London
Part of a six-part series we plan on doing with representatives of the British National Party. The EKP let UKIP’s Farage and company con us into voting for them once. Never EVER again….
We sat down with British National Party (BNP) London organiser Steve Squire for a one on one chat about his role in the British National Party, how Britain’s changed since mass immigration took hold and why South Africans would be given priority in his party’s immigration platform, if the party ever came to power.
Next week we will be speaking to BNP officer and Front Nasionaal’s European Representative Jack Sen, who recently stated that the “BNP are unique in British politics as we are the only party that cares about the future of this country and the wellbeing of British children.” He also said that the “BNP would support giving refugee status to minority South Africans.”
We are hopeful the party’s leader, Adam Walker will grant us an interview some time soon as well, so we can see what he stands for.
If party leadership and the their ground team are as driven as Mr Squire and Mr Sen, the sky is the limit for the BNP.
But today, let’s turn our attention to the British National Party’s London organiser, Steve Squire. Enjoy…
Steve Squire is the British National Party leader for England’s, London region, first becoming active in Great Britain’s premier nationalist party in 2009. He sat atop the London-wide list at the Greater London Assembly elections in 2012, and is also first on the BNP’s regional European Parliamentary Candidate list.
First 5 Questions of 15 with Mr Squire
- Please tell our audience a little bit about yourself, your family’s deep roots in nationalism, and what specifically brought you to the BNP.
I was born in London. My family’s lived here for well over a century in fact.
My grandfather and his brothers were all Blackshirts and with their wives marched alongside Oswald Mosely in the 1930’s. Back then, this was a family affair with the women and children all getting involved. My family were patriotic to their core, fighting in the second world war, and then doing their part for Britain upon their return home by raising large families, building their community and getting involved with local politics.
My father was involved with the Tory party for a time but left when then Tory leader Edward Heath (British PM from 1970-1974) unfairly sacked British patriot Enoch Powell over his controversial speech on mass immigration, often referred to as the Rivers of Blood speech. My dad then got involved with the National front, where he worked to better our community.
He ended up going to prison for distributing leaflets asking our girls to be wary of Afro-Caribbean migrants who’d showed a propensity for mugging. Quite ridiculously his actions were deemed a violation of the recently passed Race Relations Act. My family has always been active in the movement.
My first involvement with nationalism was as a child activist in the National front during the party’s heyday in the 1970’s. Since then I’ve been active in my community, running stalls, creating foodbanks for local people and engaging the community in one way or another.
Why did I join he BNP? Because it is the only true British national party. There’s the history of the party and what wev’e been able to achieve. There is no other party for me. I need only take one look at the people I work alongside to know I’m home. I would never have even
contemplated joining another party.
- Please discuss the changes you’ve seen in Britain, specifically London in your lifetime. How has Cultural Marxism impacted Great Britain?
I am lucky enough to remember old London, before mass immigration forever changed the city I still call home. Prior to our being overrun by mass immigration, the inner city was filled with English people. From the shops, to the market stalls, the people that ran the daily operation of London were indigenous to Great Britain and Ireland.
This all changed once we opened our borders. Indigenous businesses began changing hands, with foreigners buying up all of our shops. The indigenous people then began moving out as it had become nearly impossible for them to access social housing as the state prioritised foreigners, who’d always had one sob story or another.
As a consequence families moved farther and farther apart and communities began fragmenting-especially in the city’s East End.
Today, people indigenous to the British Isles only constitute 15% of the London population.
How can this be right? We didn’t ask for this.
And I am not a racist for saying as much. That’s one myth surrounding the BNP-that we’re racists. Many of us in fact have foreign wives, are involved in mixed race relationships, have non-white extended family. We do also in fact, in spite of what the media tell you, have loads of non-white supporters. What we are is proud of being British and think that the indigenous people that built this great nation along with our indigenous culture need to remain dominant in our homeland. The people coming over aided by the Leftists in charge will have it so we have to succumb to foreign cultures looking to dominate us. That’s not right and that’s what the BNP fights against.
Cultural Marxism and policies pushed by its proponents are responsible for doing this. Besides the demographic change I spoke of, the Leftist establishment have used the media, laws enacted and virulent political correctness to suppress our rights, censor our speech and in my case attack me.
I recall that as a student I was regularly assaulted by immigrants who had been incited to violence by my teachers. My sister and I were driven from our school because of my family’s association with nationalism. It’s happened to many other members of my family as well. Our family simply won’t back down. Sadly, in London though, it’s resulted in our people leaving the city in droves.
- The EKP speak a lot about cultural and ethnic compatibility of newcomers. Do you think that South African whites should be formally prioritised? Do you feel they should be given priority over new EU (non-Western Europeans) and non-EU migrants?
Yes certainly. I recognise that many of these good people still see South Africa as their homeland, but in my opinion they should get the hell out of Africa. Wealthy liberals calling the shots have been brainwashed into believing South Africa is a still a great country but the facts speak for themselves.
If the BNP came to power we would facilitate that. We would give ethnically compatible South Africans with ancestral ties to Britain, as well as other white South Africans, refuge for humanitarian reasons, and priority over all other migrants; EU and non EU. This is something Jack Sen, who I know now also liaises with South Africa’s FN, has discussed at great length. We need to now let the South Africans living in Britain know that our party is the only party for them.
I often ask myself why Peter Hain (former British Labour MP and anti-Apartheid campaigner born in Africa) doesn’t return to South Africa now that it’s free. The hypocritical prick pushed for us to end Apartheid but has remained in this country even after Mandela took over. I often wanted to ask him if South Africa was so good under majority rule why he chose to stay in Britain!
He stayed because he knows South Africa has become a dangerous nation where it’s next to impossible for whites to live in peace. Ironically this same man doesn’t believe in giving the British people the right to vote on our membership in the European union – fighting our right to a EU referendum every step of the way. If the BNP were in power we would give white South Africans and Zimbabweans priority over all other migrants. We’d also give our own people the vote on Europe.
4. You recently added the indomitable Jack Sen to your BNP team. Jack Sen believes that UKIP are in fact controlled opposition-a subject he has spoken a great deal about on his travels. What is your opinion on the matter? I’ve gotten to know Jack quite well since he joined the party. I certainly agree with what the man has had to say about UKIP, but in all fairness I’ve known about their lies for years. They were created as an establishment safety valve. They’ve use the media and public discontent to disingenuously take votes from us-a genuine nationalist party.
To illustrate this one need only look at Nigel Farage’s own words. When asked what his party’s biggest achievement was, he didn’t say securing 13 MEPs, doing a bit of good for the our fishing industry, or some of the work they’d done in making mass immigration an issue: Farage stated that his biggest success was stopping the British National Party get a foothold. This was in his opinion his party’s most admirable achievement. One has to ask why stopping a small truly patriotic party looking out for indigenous interests getting votes would be his greatest achievement.
5. Can you tell us the biggest difference between your party’s platform and UKIP’s
We are an ethno-nationalist party which recognises some of the merits of civic nationalism but still puts the indigenous people of England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland first. UKIP is a pseudo nationalist party that puts the interests of big business first, preying on populist sentiment.
UKIP promotes the idea that anyone that eats fish and chips is an Englishman. This is evidenced by the fact that they aren’t against immigration – just EU immigration, have refused to discuss quotas as their implementation might stifle business, and have no intention of pushing proper immigration reform.
To learn more about the British National Party and see first-hand what Steve and the BNP is all about, please visit their Facebook page and add them on Twitter. You can write to Steve and the London BNP team via their Facebook page. And please be sure to share this story with your friends and family living in Great Britain so they know who their REAL friends are.
We expect to have part two of our interview with Mr Squire up in a fortnights time so please be sure to visit the EKP again soon.