By Kevin Layzell YBNP- Never a week goes by without the British National Party helping someone out and this week was no different.
As usual, the East London branch visited Harold Hill to preach our message of hope to the locals and to remind them that they don’t have to settle for being treated as second class citizens, and that they are cared for by someone.
Following the food bank theme, we started of in our normal manner, setting up our gazebo. As we were in the process of setting it up, we were suddenly set upon by a small group of students who ran at us and unclipped the gazebo union jack covering before running off.
Shortly after these students left our food stall, as is becoming usual, the police pulled up and parked suspiciously close to our food bank, to watch over us, which they continued to do for many hours. They eventually left after, I hope, coming to the conclusion that we are not fanatics and are here to do genuine grass roots community work for the locals.
Whilst leafleting in and around the stall another young left wing student physically assaulted one our activists by snatching all the leaflets out of his hand and throwing them across the pavement, before running off down the road in the same direction as the previous group.
Our union flag Gazebo was the centrepiece of the town wherever you stood on the high street you could see it and you could see our banners in the dull grey sky the colours of our gazebo stood out like a beacon of hope.
As per usual, we had scores of elderly people coming over to receive BNP aid and countless passers-by stopping and showing great interest in listening to our message that was blasted through the megaphone.
The people of Harold Hill were thankful to see familiar faces on the street, people they recognise and people they know they can rely on to have their interests and welfare at heart.
As reported on the BNP Website