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BNP Representative laid some flowers to remember those that had passed on this tragic day ten years earlier.

 

London BNP stalwart and Croydon and Sutton Chairman Cliff Le May joined other patriots on July 7th at the 7/7 memorial in London.

Cliff laid some flowers to remember those that had passed on this tragic day ten years earlier.

Cliff told Juno mews “After the second world war when manpower was short, the establishment decided to open borders to the common wealth. This was billed as the great multicultural experiment.cliff

“The murder of 52 innocent people and the maiming of many hundreds more on the streets of our Capital city proves that the experiment was a failure. Those were my thought as I stood in a minutes silence with my fellow patriots today and remembered these victims of this alien creed that hates us and everything we stand for”.

To contact Cliff and enquire how you could help the Croydon branch click the link. Croydon BNP

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