Friday, 19 November 2010
Here are just a few more pictures from the British National Party event to attend the Remembrance Service held at the Menin Gate this year, courtesy of Michael Stewart.
Nick Speaking At The Remembrance Dinner – Nick Griffin gave a very moving speech to British National Party life members, officials of the party and members of the Trafalgar Club. Nick's own father, a World War II veteran, was also at the dinner.
Adam Walker At The Remembrance Dinner – Adam served with the British Army during the first war in the Persian Gulf. This was Adam's first visit to the Menin Gate, which he described as "heartbreaking" when so many of our brave service personnel are now facing danger of death and injury on a daily basis.
Poppy Wreaths At The Menin Gate Service – During the event, representatives from many British organisations laid wreaths. On behalf of the British National Party, Nick Griffin added a wreath to pay our respects to the service personnel who gave their lives to protect our freedom.
BNP Member Mr Singh At The Menin Gate Service – British National Party member and long-time supporter Mr Singh was part of the group at the Menin Gate service and took time to find the names of 36th, 45th and 47th Sikhs who gave up their lives for freedom.
Nick With BNP Member Bob At The Menin Gate Service – With the group and only two weeks out of the army was Bob, who was injured in Afghanistan. Bob has been a member of the British National Party for many years, and now, in retirement, he is allowed and proud to be an activist for the party. He made it clear that the current government does not have the British interests at heart and that the British National Party is the only political party that would withdraw our men and women from Afghanistan.
BNP Remembrance Service at Menin Gate
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