Monday, 3 January 2011
British National Party Operation Fightback
Bletchley Mosque Demonstration
Saturday January 8th 2011
Members of the British National Party will join with the people of Bletchley to demonstrate their opposition to the Bletchley Mosque. Kieren Trent, Milton Keynes organiser has called for all opponents of the Mosque to gather outside the Plough public house, January 8th, from 13:30.
Despite residents previous protests and representations, Milton Keynes Council plans to allow the building of a mosque at The Plough public house.
The planned mosque will cause many road safety, traffic and parking problems. The voters and rate payers of the borough have made it clear that they do not want another mosque.
Yet their reasonable and well-founded concerns are being ignored.
Another mosque in the area will change the nature and character of Eaton Manor. One has only to visit nearby Duncombe Street to witness the problems caused.
Mr Trent spoke in Milton Keynes Council chambers on 16th December against the application. Members of the development control committee have deferred their decision until more evidence has been gathered through a parking and traffic impact assessment.
There is a further development control committee meeting on 20th January.
"Please bring your family, neighbours and friends – it's time for the indigenous community to stand up and be counted. We need to remind the Council that they work for us and need to listen to our concerns not just pander to the Islamic Diaspora."
"This is a desperate and critical time - We need your support or our town will be changed forever."
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Operation Fightback – Bletchley Mosque Demonstration – Saturday 8 January
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