Three British National Party veterans were present at the British Legion's 90th anniversary celebrations in Durham on Sunday, reports National Organiser Adam Walker.
Pete Molloy, Mark Walker and Adam Walker, all of our British National Party Veterans Group, attended a church service in Durham Cathedral and a parade around Palace Green.
“It was an honour for us to attend this event and show our support,” said Veterans Group leader Pete Molloy.
“The British Legion carries out some fantastic work, and I hope it will continue to do so in the years to come. It was wonderful to see veterans of all ages come together to celebrate one of our great institutions.”
Adam Walker contrasted the very civil and dignified celebrations to those displayed on Armistice Day last year, when poppies were burned by Emdadur Choudhury, who was later fined a paltry £50 for his traitorous act.
“I am amazed that this person was the recipient of such a pathetic fine,” said Mr Walker.
“Our forefathers did not make the ultimate sacrifice so that people like Choudhury can be allowed to act in such an abhorrent manner. Our politicians should hang their heads in shame.”
The British National Party Veterans Group will hand in the Bring Our Boys Home petition to 10 Downing Street tomorrow.
If you would like to become a member of the British Veterans Group, please contact group leader Pete Molloy at veterans @ bnp.org.uk or request a membership application form by writing to: British Veterans Group, PO Box 105, Spennymoor, County Durham, DL16 9BJ. The cost of full and honorary membership is £12 per year, or £6 for senior citizens.
County Durham Veterans Attend Anniversary Celebrations
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