ENGLISH DEMOCRATS EASTERN REGION SOCIAL

The Eastern Region of the English Democrats held its Christmas dinner on Saturday 17th December in St Albans. It was an excellent event that sold out and as a result people had to be refused tickets. The guest of honour was the EDs Chairman Robin Tilbrook. Although it was primarily a social event, nearly £2,000 was raised towards the ED’s Hertfordshire election campaigns in 2012.
I was pleased to be able to propose a toast at the event to the English Democrats.
I understand that the BNP’s Eastern Region Christmas social was held at the same time in a dingy south Essex pub and it attracted six people.

24 comments:

  1. "I understand that the BNP’s Eastern Region Christmas social was held at the same time in a dingy south Essex pub and it attracted six people." Was there enough room in the phone box for anyone to make a phone call should they have needed to?

    What a sorry, pitiful and disgraceful act of betrayal Grubby Griffin has committed against the British National Party!!!

    Lawrence Rustem
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  2. eddy,can i ask you something ?.

    why didn't you join UKIP ?.
    they're much bigger,better funded and more respected.
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  3. Eddy why do you keep going on about the BNP? You really are a bitter old fool. Please Eddy just move on and do us all a favor yer.
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  4. can,t say eddys a fool im an EDL lad and bnp voter well until the last elections when no candidates stood in our area...dewsbury, west yorks...get together the lot of you and unite the right ....ukip, bnp, english democrats and the newly formed british freedom...nick griffins led the party well for years but has stuck his head above the parafit too many times and mud sticks ..time was right for athe change afta question time ....if you would of made the change then and a new leader who could put across different ideas to the electorate it would of done better..at the moment though there are too many parties which will only split the vote and therefore allow continuing mass imigration to continue
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  5. I dont think any members were invited to a BNP eastern region social so I dont see how there was one.
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  6. I see you must have subjected the EDs to a boring speech.
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  7. I just want to read somewhere that a group of nationalists have stuffed 20lbs of red-hot Paxo up gri££in's huge gelatinous arse with a four pronged pitch fork.
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  8. Eddy,

    Could you join the Conservative Party and run their next election. It would give the others a chance.
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  9. Why didn't you join UKIP?

    The answer must be simple.
    UKIP does not support England or the concept of an English parliament.
    It does not support the right of the English to equal rights of representation at a national level similar to the rights enjoyed by the other three parts of the UK.
    The English Democrats believe that the English should not be subsidising Scotland and Wales in such thing as free or near free University places, free medicine and Care for the elderly.
    The English Democrats like UKIP believe in leaving the EU.
    It is a fundamental and important difference.
    If you are prepared to sacrifice England and the English, accept that the English taxpayer should pay for privileges to the celtic fringe, that English university students should become debt slaves for most of their lives, then OK vote UKIP.
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  10. The catering staff and food were excellent at the ED dinner. It would be good to return to the same venue in the future but it's probable that the popularity of the event will mean we'll need somewhere with more space - a true indicator of a party on the ascendancy.
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  11. Another wonderfull eds event. I feel so sorry for those who lost out. Yet again a splendid venue. Could not believe the amount of people present. Packed to the rafters. Well done to Alan and Gill but think you need to find a bigger venue for our saint georges day dinner next april. Some of us still managed to go out leafleting at ten this morning in our target election ward. I can see the eds putting more candidates forward in next mays elections than bnp, nf, british freedom etc etc etc all put together and possible giving ukipp a run for their money. England forever councillor simon deacon
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  12. Does anybody know if there is any activism in the North East of England regarding the English Democrats? If I join do they come visting me?

    My last post I left a link but on my computer takes you to crank Icke site.

    This is a better one:
    http://www.classiclodges.co.uk/The_White_Swan_Hotel_Alnwick/Titanic_Connection/

    Maybe have your 23rd of April at it considering it will be 100 years since the infamous night.

    North East Nationalist
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  13. Cllr Seamus DunneDec 18, 2011 09:34 AM
    This was a thoroughly, pleasant, enjoyable evening. Well done to Alan and Gill Malin for their expert organisation. I can remember a BNP XMas social in 2009 where there was a tacky,third rate comedian telling overtly racist unfunny jokes, and i recall thinking there is a hidden camera somewhere looking to expose the BNP somewhere down the line, thus making an elected individuals life extremely difficult when this is is highlighted. Last night was a complete difference. Let us hope the ED's progress, get the publicity UKIP receive, and we can all move forward.
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  14. Anonymous said...
    eddy,can i ask you something ?.

    why didn't you join UKIP ?.
    they're much bigger,better funded and more respected.

    Anybody that has been associated with the BNP are proscribed from UKIP. That is the answer. People have to look at other political alternatives.
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  15. "Cllr Seamus Dunne"

    Is that an ENGLISH name? Hardly, so why is a person of obvious Irish origin supporting a political party which represents the English?

    Will the EDs be fielding pretend English candidates of Pakistani, Polish, Cypriot and Kenyan origin in the coming months?
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  16. Its only well known faces from the BNP who might struggle in UKIP. Antone else can join and be quite open about previous membership. The people who support UKIP include a lot of the same sort of people you would meet in BNP circles plus more women and middle class types.
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  17. Anytime it crosses my mind that perhaps I should stay within the BNP and its current daughter parties, I have a look at various articles and comments on British Resistance and it reminds me why I left.
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  18. Maybe because the EDs are open to anyone living in England and many people in England are of Irish origin and are proud to be part of England. They are after all from a closely linked culture. This perfectly illoustares that the EDs are able to uniter the various British communities that live in England without the old negative influnces of English/British domination over them. It is a partnership of equals.
    Eddy
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  19. I must say that the room you are sItting in can't be more then 12ft wide judging by the width of the flag on the wall.
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  20. All them idiots that voted griffin back in should be ashamed of themselfs.Our organiser down here in shrewsbury allways claims hes not a griffin lick ass but voted the fat twat back in.
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  21. "Maybe because the EDs are open to anyone living in England..."

    Therein lies the elephant in the living room. So all the 2 million plus people in England who are Muslims are welcome to join and no doubt eventually run the EDs. There are more people living in England who are from Somalia alone, than there are members of the EDs. Same goes for Albanians, Sri Lankans and Poles. All welcome...hey?

    I accept that the vast majority of immigrants are not attracted to the EDs but neither are they likely to be afraid of a rise of the EDs. They need to be afraid or at least concerned about a rise in home grown nationalism in the same way the Swiss Peoples Party (SVP) got the Mussies cage rattled and also the other non-European waistrals who haved turned parts of Zurich and Gevena into little corners of Arabia and Asia.

    If we are to survive as a people we have to say, look you are simply not welcome on these shores if you are not English (or closely related and I know there are SOME Irish, not "MANY" who are happy to be in England) and if you practice a religion which is not Christian or not secular.
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  22. This is off topic - but, apart from Griffin posting his "Irish Roots" thing in his European office, has anyone heard of Robin Evans - the Blackburn Organiser - apparently he was interviewed for the DRM - Democratic Right Movement in Ireland. Is Nick really called Nick O'Griffin
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  23. PyramidologistDec 20, 2011 07:55 PM
    A quote from Tilbrook:

    ''colour is not relevant''

    Tilbrook thinks black african and asian immigrants are as english as the indigenous people who have been here for many millenia. Remember that ED election broadcast with a self-proclaimed 'english' asian wearing a ginger-wig mocking the Scots... LOL. And ED's think they are some kind of nationalists. You are cranks.

    Your party is a joke.
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  24. Pyramidologist how ture mate the ED is full of cranks as you say
    -Tilbrook thinks black african and asian immigrants are as english as the indigenous people who have been here for many millenia.-----------------------------------------------

    Butler, Beverly, and Gri££in, are all traitors

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