Sunday, 28 August 2011
The public’s interest in British National Party stalls and leafleting sessions has reached record levels in the wake of the riots, County Durham and National Organiser Adam Walker told a Party meeting in Coventry on Saturday.
Speaking to the newly re-energised Coventry branch, Mr Walker said it is crucial that all our activists get out on the streets and talk to the electorate during this important time.
He emphasised that, because of the recent race riots, people are starting to wake up to the reality of what is really going on in Britain today, as news reports show our cities and towns being burnt to the ground.
West Midlands Organiser Alwyn Deacon then discussed local issues and again stressed the importance of getting out on the streets. Alwyn also spoke about how successful the EU ReferendumNOW campaign has been in the West Midlands and that we must keep the pressure on.
Adam and Alwyn then held a question and answer session regarding issues at both national and regional level. Everyone present left the meeting with a bundle of 100 We Want Our Country Back leaflets to distribute on their way home.
Public response to British National Party street campaigns better than ever