Over the past few months members of the Worcester Patriotic Alliance*, a subsidiary of the British Renaissance Policy Institute led by former UKIP and BNP politician Jack Sen, have been targeting the local Worcester council’s support of grooming gangs, the demographic displacement of the country’s indigenous English population, and the Labour Party’s penchant for pederasty, paedophilia and sexual deviance.
“The Worcester Alliance is one of the British Renaissance Policy Institute’s top protest cells. (founder Jack Sen, board members include former MEP Andrew Brons, Carl Mason, Eddy O’Sullivan, John de Nugent etc) We have several dozen men active on the ground in and around the city of Worcester. We built the regional Worcester cell during my last trip down to my childhood home in Malvern. Carl Mason, who represents BritRen in Worcester, then accompanied me down to London where we met with national representatives and American Alt Right colleagues.”
Sen’s BritRen, which receives funding from several american Alt Right organisations who were on the ground in Charlottesville, as well as white civil rights activist, John de Nugent, has cells across the country that act independently from one another. Sen was clear that he does not instruct cell leaders how they should act, what they should use the resources he allocates them on, and was clear when we spoke, that if they protest it must be within the confines of the law.
Jack Sen, who lived in Worcestershire until he was 6, says the region holds a special place in his heart.
“Yes, Of course. I spent much of my youth in Worcester – my parents owned a former admiral’s home in the Malvern hills – before my family left for the US, and I want to see the region protected from the vile politics the dominant Labour Party are promoting. The sexual deviance they push in our schools, the protections they afford the Muslim grooming gangs and FGM specialists is sickening. My men will do what is necessary to see that the good people of Worcester know who is behind their demographic destruction. What is most important though is not my links to the area, but the fantastic work the masked Knight and his Alliance colleagues, led by Carl Mason, did on the ground. What they are going to be doing moving forward, independently, and entirely on their own volition, yet under our BritRen banner, is inspiring.”
Note – Although the Masked Knight appears to have used some signs originally produced for a once successful nationalist political party, he assures us he has no association with that party.
Thus far several dozen signs and placards have been fixed to motorway signs, to the side of the local labour headquarters and train station. Thousands of stickers have been affixed to bus depots and vacant shop windows and leaflets condemning deviance, political corruption, Leftist lies and criminality have been left across the region.
A spokesman from Worcestershire County Council said: “The unauthorised signs which have appeared around Worcester are removed as soon as we are notified of their presence. There is no cost associated to removal as this is part of the county council highways duties for which any unauthorised advertising or signs are removed.”
“I am just so sick of seeing my beloved Britain sold out to Brussels, the Party (Labour) claiming they represent indigenous British interests while pandering to the Muslim community and grooming gangs in particular, I felt I had to do something. Jack Sen’s speech and his ability to rile up the lads in Worcester was so inspiring I knew I simply had to act. He then introduced me to his associate, Carl Mason and I decided I too wanted to do something to help.” the Herefordshire man told us on a conference call earlier this week.
Taken from Alt Right Now – “Former UKIP parliamentary candidate, Jack Sen, and president of the British Renaissance Policy Institute told us he was pleased seeing activists taking it upon themselves to protect the country.
“The Left are targeting this country for destruction, so of course I am happy to hear my men in Worcester have taken the initiative to do something productive. We have given them funding I procured from my supporters in the US, explained to them that their demographic destiny is still in their hands and that we are fully supportive of their endeavours, as long as they behave in a respectable manner. I expect this is just the beginning. My goal is to see my organisation take our message to Parliament.” Jack continued
The British Renaissance Policy Insititute in fact has over 400 members across the length and breadth of the country, with 12 regional cells that receive funding from Sen and his American and British Alt Right backers.
When asked if he wished others would take the same sort of initiative, Jack added,
“It’s a fantastic feeling knowing that someone we encountered on our travels across the length and breadth of this great nation took it upon himself to get stuck in and make a difference. The Worcester Alliance Nationalist protest led by Carl Mason, the subsequent leafletting and letter writing campaign and some of the other actions we have seen in recent weeks from men that first got invovled at events BritRen regional organisers hosted, is very reassuring. It’s nice to know people that attend BritRen events go out into the world after we’ve had a chance to sit down and brainstorm with them and actually do something! We hope it continues. I can’t say that enough.” Jack told us by phone.
Mayor of Worcester, Roger Knight, who represents St Peter’s had this to say, “I think it’s pathetic….It’s absolutely meaningless and offensive. Although these people have broken no laws, they’ve behaved abhorrently. I don’t see how referring to the Labour Party in such a derogatory manner can do any good, other than to offend.”
Wrong. Associating the Labour Party with paedophilia is one of the single most important things anyone genuinely concerned with preserving this country can do. Sorry to have to break that to you Mr Knight.
And you should give your name back. You are NO knight. Roger Traitor works better.
The heroic Masked Knight, who claims he travels into Worcester from neighbouring Herefordshire told us that this is only the beginning.
“I won’t stop until they stop. Labour have facilitated the rape of thousands of school girls, have allowed terror to thrive in my beloved Britain. They pander to the very worst elements in British society, and I for one have had enough! I will continue to post signs and placards across the county until every last Labour paedophile has been sacked.”
The Masked Knight also distanced himself from other nationalist protest groups.
“We are nothing like National Action or the sorts of buffoons that terrorise school children on their way to the local pie shop. All of our work is done in the middle of the night and designed to keep the citizenry safe, with maximum impact in mind. National Action, who are in fact serving our masters by bringing genuine patriotism into disrepute, engage in their activities to create controversy and get people like us shut down. Nat Action works for Amber Rudd and the BBC while we work for the people. I do this in order to reach my countrymen, to wake them up and effectuate change.We need out of the EU, to see deviants purged from British politics and that the culturally unassimilable people raping our children go home. If I had my way I’d send the NatAction GCHQ agents with them. And again, I will not stop until the establishment stops destrying this country.”
I expect the Masked Knight will be busy well into the next decade.
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* Note – Due to idiocy of some of the NF members that showed up to a few Alliance events, who tried to bring the organisations work into disrepute, future events will be held under the British Renaissance umbrella.
Additional notes posted in the Worcester News
OFFENSIVE handwritten signs have now been removed from signposts on third busy Worcester road.
Commuters may have been puzzled to have spotted the signs which appeared on the southern bypass Broomhall Way near the Ketch roundabout over a two week period.
The first sign read UKIP = Islam and, when this was removed, a similar looking sign was put up displaying the words Labour paedos.
Similar graffiti, which appears to have a political theme, has been spotted in Worcester in the past.
This past week several dozen signs were spotted across town.