British Patriots Society
The flag of St George. Not a sight that will be seen in Radstock anytime soon!
A local council decided against flying the flag of St George after concerns were raised that it would offend the town's 16 Muslim residents.
Eleanor Jackson, a university lecturer, said the red and white symbol could cause upset in Radstock, Somerset, because it was used during the Crusades 1,000 years ago.Add a comment
Last Updated (Thursday, 16 May 2013 17:26)
Islamic extremists were in London yesterday 3rd May 2013.
A group of Muslim extremists from Anjem Choudary's Islamic Revolution, protested outside the US Embassy in London demanding the release of all prisoners from Guantanamo Bay.
Last Updated (Saturday, 04 May 2013 14:53)
Natalie Claridge with her son William
A patriotic resident is furious after being ordered to take down her "unsightly" St George's Cross and Union flags.
Natalie Claridge, of Richmond Court, Phipps Bridge Road, Mitcham, has hung three flags outside of her flat on a communal balcony rail for three years including a St George's Cross, a Union Flag and an Ulster banner representing Northern Ireland.Add a comment
Last Updated (Thursday, 02 May 2013 22:05)
By Sara Roocroft
Supporting UKIP gives one a feeling of kinship, and that is something which has been very rarely felt lately. Britishness and patriotism has been attacked so many times in the past, but however much the trotskyists have tried to eradicate them they have failed miserably which has been proved with the rise of UKIP and their supporters.Add a comment
Last Updated (Friday, 03 May 2013 21:37)
UKIP has a secret weapon that none of the other political parties can use to their advantage in the forthcoming Council elections, nor indeed in the European and General elections if things continue on their present course. The secret weapon is not Nigel Farage. He is undoubtedly a politician who encourages and inspires support for the headline policies of UKIP, and his natural generosity of spirit certainly make him an attractive leader of the party. But political parties and movements must be more than a matter of attractive personalities.
In 1997 a great many people were deceived by the outwardly attractive person of Tony Blair. Indeed his entire period of office was built around the pseudo character he played so well and for so long. There were many people who believed in Tony Blair and believed that 'things can only get better' because he said so.Add a comment
Last Updated (Wednesday, 01 May 2013 13:30)