I dislike writing negatively about anyone on the Right, but when I’m certain someone within our ranks is not who they say they are and feel I have no other choice, I will.
Although we were initially reluctant to accept the widely held notion that Jez Turner was in the employment of the British State – in spite of what we were told by Troy Southgate, as well as the information we received from former London Forum cofounder Chris White and former members of the London and Yorkshire Forums who work with him on a regular basis, at this juncture it is fair to say that the EKP is certain Jeremy ‘Jez’ Bedford Turner is a British intelligence officer.
Here’s what we know
Jez Turner is flush with cash, able to pay out ridiculous amounts of money to see that relatively unknown British nationalists can travel to speak at his poorly attended events. This is in spite of the fact that Turner claims he’s on the dole, working off the books for a pittance as a parking garage attendant and generally destitute.
Turner has literally shelled out thousands in expenses for speakers to travel into London to speak at the London Forum, when his events admittedly run a financial loss. At one event one of our contacts spoke at, there were fewer than 70 people in attendance, yet Turner was able to bring in two international speakers and pay for the rental of a swanky West London hotel suite out of pocket.
But that in itself isn’t enough to say he’s a cop.
What else we know
People who hang out with Turner often find themselves locked up. It is common knowledge that it was Turner who landed Josh Bonehill in jail for anti-Semitism, when Turner – the man behind the anti-Shomrim fliers Bonehill got done for – walked away scot free.
We asked Jack Sen about Turner.
“Turner’s name regularly crops up in conversations about Eastern Europe where the British and US governments have been caught funding Far Right dissident groups stirring up trouble. Think the Orange revolution in Ukraine and the Euromaidan protests that saw US backed Neo Nazi operatives demand the ouster of the pro-Russian President Viktor Yanukovich.
Western governments had their hands all over both events.
Then there’s the fact that no one knows anything about Turner – where he lives, what car he drives, if he’s married, where he works etc.” Jack Sen
We asked Sen about the work they collaborated on and what he thought about the allegations.
“Initially I worked with Turner because I was naïve and believed in the man, in spite of the fact most of the decent people I trusted were sceptical. It’s also fair to say that it was beneficial to the work I was doing. At the end of the day, everything that enters the London nationalist scene, passes through Turner, therefore if you want in, you have no choice but to play. If you don’t, your work perishes.
“Turner was keen to work with me due to my contacts in the States as well as the fact I reach a lot of people via my network online. In fact I was the one who helped him get on American radio. Turner mentioned a project of mine halfway through one of the broadcasts I landed him. When asked about who people should follow he graciously credited our work with being some of the most important in Britain. The only thing I didn’t like was being mentioned alongside homosexual Greg Johnson who Turner also credited with being influential.
Then there’s the financial assistance he gives activists. In my case he has given me several thousand pounds, as well as scores of hours of his time to assist me with my work, he has sold hundreds of copies of my book at his events and appeared to be on side, until he turned on me.”
During our conversation Sen told us how Turner was happy to continue to promote him until Sen refused to reveal the names of people he’d met at British and English Democrat Party events.
“He (Turner) gave me a few thousand pounds to help with expenses so I could travel to different events-which included an event in the US, two British political conferences.* (see notes)
At this stage I just thought he was trying to be helpful as he believed in me. I say this as we got on real well. Things went sour when he realised I was getting a little uncomfortable with his demands for intel, as well as challenging some of the sexual deviants and known state agents he works with. It was at this stage Turner started to defame me behind my back and started spreading rumours via his team of internet trolls to undermine me.”
Although Sen was reluctant to release his PayPal transaction statements, he felt in order to get some closure and demonstrate the extent of their relationship, he should.
“It pains me to have to speak in this manner, to share personal financial statements but in the interest of demonstrating to people how close we were and why, I felt I should. I trusted Turner, but he screwed me. He even let one of his unsavoury pit bulls spread malicious rumours about me using his name. When I asked him if he could publicly refute the truly vile and false rumours, he refused, telling me to grow thicker skin and move on. This particular rumour was very hurtful as it involved my wife and daughter, whom Turner had spent a fair bit of time with during periods he stayed at my home.”
Sen also claims that Turner uses a false address.
“He sent me several personal letters as well as a load of books and other tid bits. I asked him if I could have his address to send him a hand made Confederate flag I picked up one of my trips to the States, something he in fact asked me to source him on one of my trips to the States. I sent him a Rebel flag to the central London address he provided me, which he received and subsequently unfurled at his LF event that month. Some months later I sent him a Christmas card and some photos I’d taken of him with my family when he’d stayed at mine in Southport. When I asked him if he received the card he responded in a manner that told me he had not seen it. When I asked him which photo he liked the best, he was silent, immediately changing the subject.
I later learned that the address he provided me was of a swanky post office box dressed up as a proper address in central London. At least I know he received the flag.
Sen also felt that part of what led to them parting ways was Turner’s refusal to tone down the sort of rhetoric nationalists to bring the movement into disrepute.
“In September 2015 I was asked to travel to a BNP anti-immigration event in Croydon outside the Lunar House by party leader Adam Walker. I was literally the only party spokesman at the time doing any face work for BNPTV and Walker thought I should film a short segment with the protesters. I couldn’t for whatever reason.
As the event was to be held in London, and Turner was going to be assisting me with an unrelated BNPTV film there, I suggested Turner’s name as a replacement. Although the BNPTV team thought it was a marvellous idea as they were very keen on meeting Turner, who’d earlier helped me script and storyboard a film we (BNPTV) were going to produce on London’s changing demographics, Walker was against it.
Next thing I know Turner is at the event antagonising leftists, acting as an unofficial BNP spokesman, threatening to blow up migrants as they walked through the channel tunnel. Worse still is the fact that it was all broadcast on television and all over the media. I was mortified and although BNP leadership realised it wasn’t my fault, I blamed myself for Turner’s antics.
Although Turner apologised for his actions, the damage had been done. My fear he would wreck my inaugural British Renaissance Policy Institute event he helped plan and fund, was so great I literally pleaded with him not to do speak about anything overly controversial on the day. I explained that it was not a London Forum event, we’d have regional UKIP reps and moderate local churchgoers on hand, and in the interest of enabling me to reach a boarder audience, that I would appreciate it if he gave a positive speech no one could take offense to. Let’s just say Turner did anything but tone things down, choosing to instead talk about Jews, green blooded lizard people, demons and the sorts of things infiltrators do to wreck any chance we have of being taken seriously. That Turner was not arrested for his antics in Croydon, nor been banned from YouTube or faced incarceration, while people around him have been taken away in cuffs, should tell people all they need to know.”