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Police broke up the demonstration by members of the protest group Femen, who accused the Olympics' governing body of having supported 'bloody' Islamist regimes.
Four topless activists from a women's rights group were arrested today after they carried out a protest in central London.
One woman screamed as officers held her.
Some of the women had slogans marked on their bare chests. At least one carried the message: 'No Sharia'.
Its stated goals include developing 'leadership, intellectual and moral qualities of the young women in Ukraine' and to 'build up the image of Ukraine, the country with great opportunities for women'.
'With the support of the IOC, these Islamist governments use the participation of women in the Olympic games to hide thousands of victims and dead.
One activist took off her top to reveal an offensive slogan before picking up the trophy.
A man in his 40s is arrested on suspicion of possession of an imitation firearm after he was shot by a Surrey Police officer.
The suspect, in his 40s, was injured by a Surrey Police officer just before midnight on Wednesday outside a house in Oak Tree Road, Knaphill, Woking, Surrey.
Police had arrived at the scene amid reports that a man was armed and was threatening to harm himself and others.
After being shot, the man was taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting, south London, where he remains in a stable condition.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) launched an investigation and disclosed that one round was fired by an officer.
A 6mm ball-bearing gun, which had been painted black, was found at the scene. Further forensic work is being carried out on the weapon.
Bomb disposal experts were also sent to the scene following concerns that explosives might have been inside the property.
A police cordon was set up and a number of residents were evacuated from their homes.
Another man, in his 30s, was arrested at the scene on suspicion of communicating false information about a bomb hoax.
He was released with no further action but later detained by the UK Border Agency investigating suspected immigration offences and he remains in custody.
Police have said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident and have referred the shooting to the IPCC.
A Glasgow University student who applied to work with children has admitted downloading and distributing indecent images of children.
Ezekiel Oladapo, 20, who is from London but lives in Drumchapel, Glasgow, was caught after flatmates found video files in a shared access site.
Police later found 4,409 indecent images and 77 videos on Oladapo’s laptop, phone and memory stick.
At Glasgow Sheriff Court, sentence on Oladapo was deferred.
The court was told Oladapo lived in student accommodation in Maryhill, in a single room with a shared toilet and kitchen.
Each room had a socket allowing students to connect their computers to access the internet and view videos from each others shared files.
On 11 or 12 December 2010, Alexandra Fullerton was in her room when she noticed a file in the shared folder called “Ezekiel’s Frostwire”.
The court was told the folder contained two videos which had suggestive titles and that Ms Fullerton did not open them but told her other flatmates what she had found a couple of days later.
The students decided to view the files to see what they contained and afterwards contacted police for advice.
Officers later viewed both files and confirmed that one of them contained indecent images of children.
They later found thousands of images and dozens of videos on Oladapo’s computer, memory stick and phone.
Oladapo later told police he had been downloading indecent images of children since he was about 17.
He also admitted sending and receiving images to three others by email. The offences took place in the later moths of 2010.
The court was told Oladapo previously worked with children.
Evidence on his computer showed he had applied for a position at the Windsor Fellowship, an organisation supporting education and opportunities for people from ethnic minorities and includes working with children.
The stash of images and videos was described as being between level one and level five – the most extreme.
It was heard Oladapo disputes that any of the material in his possession was level five.
Sheriff Martin Jones QC deferred sentence until September for reports.
Fifty police officers across the UK have been arrested as part of a crackdown on suspected paedophiles who pay to access child pornography websites, detectives revealed today.
The officers were among 1,300 people arrested on suspicion of accessing or downloading indecent images of children – some as young as five – from US-based Internet sites.
Thirty-five men were arrested in London this morning as part of the investigation – codenamed Operation Ore – following raids on 45 addresses across the capital.
Of the 50 policemen identified, eight have been charged to date and the remainder bailed pending further inquiries. Scotland Yard said none of those arrested today was a policeman.
At a press conference at Scotland Yard today, Jim Gamble, assistant chief constable of the National Crime Squad, said he was not surprised at the number of police officers among the suspects.
“As police officers, we should expect to be held accountable,” he said.
“Fifty police officers have been identified and we are not hiding that fact. We want you to know about that to reassure you.
“Police officers are member of the communities that they serve and there will be good people and bad people in the police.”
Mr Gamble said the 50 officers were among 1,200 Britons who had been identified as “category one or two” suspects – those who posed the greatest potential risk to children.
In addition, 40 children nationwide – 28 of them in London – had been identified as being at risk of being abused and appropriate steps had been taken with other agencies to ensure that all the youngsters were safe.
Before today’s arrests, the Metropolitan Police had executed 75 warrants across the capital with 65 arrests and more than 130 computers seized. Although 7,000 suspected users of “pay-per-view” child pornography sites based in the US were identified in Britain, Mr Gamble said the actual number of offenders would probably be lower, partly due to duplicates.
The Met’s Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Carole Howlett, said today’s raids represented the single largest operation of its kind mounted so far by the force.
She added: “Our priority so far has been to identify those individuals on the list that pose the greatest threat to children now.
“But this process is on-going … and it will continue after today, even though it is extremely resource intensive.”
Ms Howlett also announced that the Home Office had agreed to allocate an extra £500,000 to support further action as part of Operation Ore.
She said the money would be used to provide extra training in computer forensics for officers across the country and to buy more equipment for analysing computers seized.
Commenting on today’s operation, children’s charity NSPCC said it had been assisting the Met by responding to any emerging child protection matters.
Colin Turner, head of NSPCC’s specialist investigation service, said: “The arrests send out a strong warning to those that think they can remain anonymous and escape the law by using the Internet to trade in child abuse images.
“Behind these indecent, abusive images are real children who will have suffered immense damage and trauma.”
Operation Ore is the UK wing of a huge FBI operation which traced 250,000 paedophiles worldwide last year through credit card details used to pay for downloading child porn.
The names of British suspects were passed on by US investigators.
Suspects were traced through the Landslide web site – a gateway to an international collection of child pornography sites.
Thomas Reedy, who ran the web site and earned millions from it, is now serving several life sentences in the US.
Israel secretly supplied arms and equipment to Argentina during the Falklands War due to Prime Minister Menachem Begin's personal hatred of the British, a new book discloses.
Air to air missiles, missile radar alert systems, fuel tanks for fighter bombers and gas masks were dispatched from Israel apparently destined for Peru but were then transported on to Argentina, it claims.
Israel Lotersztain, a salesman for Isrex Argentina, said Begin interrupted the Isrex officials as they tried to explain the situation, saying: "You've come to talk badly about the British. Is this going to be used to kill the English? Kadima (go ahead).
Radical preacher Abu Qatada has lost his latest bid for freedom.
After the decision was announced, lawyers for Qatada indicated they would consider taking the case to the Court of Appeal once they have seen the court's reasons for its ruling
Fourteen people attended Glasgow Sheriff Court today to answer breach of peace and racially aggravated breach of the peace charges.
After many hours of waiting, the charges relating to a British National Party demonstration held on 16th June 2012 were postponed to a later date.
The demonstration had been allowed by Strathclyde Police and they were heavily criticised for it.
The matter was raised in the Scottish Parliament and the police were instructed to investigate both their own conduct and whether the patriots could be charged with any criminal offences.
Today however, court officials said that the prosecution were not ready top proceed and citations would be mailed to the nationalists setting a new court date.
This was great news to one of the defendants, Joe Finnie, who was booked on a holiday flight for this evening and if he had not been able to make it to the airport by 5pm then he and his girlfriend would have been unable to catch the flight and they would have lost their holiday at a cost of £1100.
Joe said “I am overjoyed by the fact that I will be able to catch the flight, today we stood united and defiant, we uphold the right of freedom of expression.”
This website will keep you updated on the political prostitution and misuse of the Strathclyde Police as the case develops.
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Racist graffiti insulting white people and telling them to move out of town has been found painted on a quiet side street of Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
The words ‘white slags’, ‘old white basterds’ (sic) and ‘white people move out ov Ravy!!’ (sic) were daubed on properties in Crawshaw Street in the Ravensthorpe area earlier this month.
A tag alongside the graffiti, ‘RTS’, had residents worried, as it was thought to refer to a local Asian gang who call themselves the Ravey Terror Squad.
The notorious group was behind a series of unprovoked attacks on white people on or near the Calder Valley Greenway in 2007.
The graffiti prompted one resident to put up CCTV cameras around the area the next day, but they were mysteriously torn down soon after.
Of course, the mainstream media have totally ignored the crimes, despite their usual habit of lapping up such stories if they involve alleged racism towards non-whites.
For example, in February this year, the BBC saw fit to call someone painting the letters ‘PLM’ on a wall in Northamptonshire ‘racist graffiti’ and an ‘attack on ethnic minority residents’.
According to the report, entitled ‘Racist graffiti scrawled on houses in Wellingborough’, the letters PLM are racist towards Asians, and constitute a ‘hate crime’.
Clearly it is more racist than ‘white slags’ and ‘old white basterds’, because this story from Dewsbury has not made it onto the BBC, or any other national news site.
By Alwyn Deacon
I am a member of the Territorial Army, I am in the 4th Mercian regimental band. This year, on 11th August, the Regimental Band is due to play at the Olympics in London; this would have been one of the many highlights of my career.
All members of the band had to go though an accreditation process which involved the Home Office doing background checks; the following is from the Home Office website.
Many of the people attending the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games venues for official or work purposes will need to be accredited.
What is accreditation?
This process includes background checking applicants to help ensure the safety and security of the Games.
Accreditation passes are used to identify people and their roles at the Games and to allow access to relevant sites, which may include areas where spectators do not have access.
If you need to be accredited you will be told by the organisation you are working or volunteering for.
If you are an athlete or official, your National Olympic / Paralympic Committee will inform you.
A person is successfully accredited at the sole discretion of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) is responsible for deciding who needs to be accredited and issuing the passes.
If you apply for accreditation your completed application form will be passed, via your employer (or responsible organisation), to LOCOG, who will then send it on to the Home Office.
The checks include immigration, criminal record and security checks, to determine each applicant's suitability for accreditation.
This rigorous process has been designed to ensure those working at the Games are fit to do so.
On Saturday 21st July, I along with the band turned up at the Ricoh (city of Coventry stadium) to have our photo's taken for our passes for the games, the others got their passes no problem, but I was told that mine was put on hold so the Home Office could do further checks on me, I wonder why.
They gave me a number to ring to find out when I could get my accreditation done, so I went home and felt angry at this, I have tried to phone this number non stop all week but its always engaged, So on Thursday 26th July I went up to the Ricoh to find out what was happening, I got there, parked up and crossed the road walked straight passed the security staff and a couple of policeman, I never got challenged once, and went straight into the building for accreditation, once in there I asked the staff what was happening with my pass, they checked on the computer and replied "sorry you have been denied," when I asked why they said it was an Home Office decision and they could not give me a reason, so I looked on the Home Office website to find what the grounds for refusing accreditation was, and this is what it said.
Grounds for refusing accreditation
As a guide, individuals will not be recommended for accreditation if they have not been free of the sentence restrictions for a conviction for at least 12 months and up to five years in more serious cases.
A sentence restriction is defined as the period from the end of the sentence.
If the charge is for an offence that, should it result in a conviction, would be considered grounds for not recommending accreditation, then the Home Office will reach a decision based on the outcome of the court hearing.
Accreditation will also not be recommended where an individual’s presence at the Games (or in the UK) would not be conducive to the public good.
So from this I can say, I have not got any convictions, so I can only presume because I am a member and employed by the British National Party my presence at the games would not be conducive to the public good.
Population boom caused by high birth rate and immigration will force schools to create 1m more places by 2020.
Nearly one million extra school places will be needed within eight years as rising birth rates and immigration push pupil numbers to a 50-year high.
The population boom has already pushed many primary schools to ‘breaking point’ and forced town halls to draw up emergency plans to teach children in disused shops and warehouses.
Now figures from the Department for Education have shown the number of pupils in state schools is expected to rise to 7,950,000 by the end of the decade – 935,000 more than now.
Primary and nursery schools will need an extra 736,000 places by 2020, with the remaining places required at secondary and special schools.
Nine men accused of being involved in a child sex ring in Oxford are set to appear at London’s Old Bailey today.
The group, arrested as part of Operation Bullfinch which saw raids across the city in March, are expected to enter pleas. All the men are in custody. They are Kamar Jamil, 27, of Aldrich Road, Summertown; Mohammed Karrar, 38, of Cowley Road, East Oxford; Bassan Karrar, 33, of no fixed address; Akhtar Dogar, 31, of Tawney Street, East Oxford; Zeshan Ahmed, 27, of Palmer Road, Wood Farm; Bilal Ahmed, 25, of Maidenhead; Mohammed Hussain, 24, of Horspath Road, Cowley; Assad Hussain, 31, of Ashurst Way, Rose Hill, and Anjun Dogar, 30, of Tawney Street, East Oxford.
The British Veterans' Group (BVG) has come to the aid of one of its disabled members after hearing he was having mobility difficulties, by providing him with a mobility scooter.
The BVG's Veterans Officer, Pete Molloy and his wife, Amanda, delivered the mobility scooter personally to Mr Steffan Mussett at his home in Norwich.
The journey was a 10 hour round trip for Mr and Mrs Molloy from their home in County Durham.
Mr Mussett spent 20 years in the British Army and became disabled after a motorcycle accident.
"I am very grateful to the British Veterans' Group for getting me the mobility scooter, which will be a huge help" said Mr Mussett.
The mobility scooter was donated by another BVG member who wishes to remain anonymous.
Mr Molloy said "I am very grateful to our fellow member for his generosity and just goes to show how the BVG looks after its members when it can."
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Gavin Boby of the Law and Freedom Foundation makes it his business to oppose applications for new mosques before local planning councils in England.
Mr. Boby’s most recent effort was to oppose a mosque in Newcastle yesterday. He didn’t succeed — the plan was approved — but you’ll notice the spontaneous round of applause from the spectators at the end of his presentation. This is not typical public behavior in England.
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Three youths have been arrested after a teenage boy was found stabbed to death.
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry after the boy was found with a stab wound to his chest in Lewisham, south east London.
Emergency crews were called to Launcelot Road at about 4am on Wednesday but the victim, believed to be 16, was pronounced dead shortly after 5.10am.
Three males, aged between 16 and 18, have been arrested in connection with the death and remain in custody at a south London police station, Scotland Yard said.
The dead boy's next of kin have been informed.
Formal identification of the victim has yet to take place, the force added.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "We retain an open mind as to the motive at this early stage and are actively seeking any information, which can be provided in confidence."
Anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information should call 020 8721 4868 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Six Birmingham men accused of plotting a terror attack have been remanded in custody.
Jewel Uddin, 26, Omar Mohammed Khan, 27, Mohammed Hasseen, 23, Anzal Hussain, 24, Mohammed Saud and Zohaib Ahmed, both 22, appeared via video link in a preliminary Old Bailey hearing.
The men are jointly accused of preparing an act or acts of terrorism between 1 May and 4 July this year.
They were arrested after police found weapons in a car on the M1.
Guns, knives, machetes and a home-made explosive device were allegedly discovered.
Mr Uddin, Mr Khan and Mr Hasseen were arrested after a routine stop of a Renault Laguna by police on the M1, near Sheffield, on 30 June.
The weapons are said to have been found in that vehicle along with a note addressed to the English Defence League, which was planning a rally in South Yorkshire that day.
Mr Hussain, Mr Saud and Mr Ahmed, who were arrested on 4 July, were allegedly travelling in a gold Rover which was in a convoy with the Laguna.
The men face an allegation that they took part in activities including the manufacture of an improvised explosive device, the acquisition of firearms and other weapons, and the purchase of motor vehicles connected with the charges.
It follows a series of arrests by the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit, assisted by the North East Counter Terrorism Unit.
On Tuesday, the men spoke only to confirm their identities.
They were remanded in custody ahead of a hearing in January next year.
Exposed! The sinister puppet masters pulling Paul Weston’s and ‘Tommy Robinson’s’ strings.
“The chain of command is there for all to see. The worst corporate war-mongers on the planet fund Frank Gaffney, who pays the ultra-Zionist terrorist sympathisers who operate their EDL and BFP puppets. The people who dragged us into war in Iraq and Afghanistan are now pushing not just for war against Iran, but for racial violence on the streets of Britain.”
After several months of in-depth research and analysis, Nick Griffin used his main speech at the recent conference of the Alliance of European National Movements to expose the push to hijack and manipulate nationalism.
The text of Mr. Griffin’s in-depth report on the individuals behind the stunning true story of the attempted takeover of nationalism in Britain will be published here very shortly. In the meantime, please send the link to his speech to everyone you know who cares about the future of nationalism and keeping Britain out of other people’s wars.
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Barack Obama's White House has been forced to admit that it did return a bust of Sir Winston Churchill to British diplomats, after describing such claims as "100 per cent false".
Aides to Mr Obama were furious after The Daily Telegraph disclosed last week that Mitt Romney planned to restore the Jacob Epstein sculpture to its home under George W Bush from 2001 to 2009.
The one displayed by Mr Bush was indeed returned, along with all other art lent to him, as his presidency came to an end. The other, which remains in the White House residence, was given as a gift to President Lyndon B Johnson in 1965 by a group of Atlanticist diplomats and military officers.
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Lance Corporal Isimeli "Bale" Baleiwai was facing deportation on 9 August because of a disciplinary offence against his military record. Unbeknown to him, the offence equated to a criminal offence under an amendment last year to immigration law.
The Fijian, who served for the British Army for 13 years and risked his life in five operational tours to Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan, was involved in an altercation with another soldier. His Commanding Officer dealt with the issue in a summary hearing. There was no jury, no defence, and no witnesses.
L Cp Baleiwai accepted a £1,000 fine and thought the issue was closed. It was not.
When he voluntarily discharged from the Army to spend more time with his family, British wife Kim and his two British children, he was told he had "no status" by the UK Border Agency. He was given 28 days to leave the country.
Last week he has been told that he can appeal against the offence, but this time with the military equivalent of a jury and witnesses.
If he does clear his name, that "unspent conviction" will no longer exist and he may finally get to remain in Britain indefinitely.
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Immigrants with multiple wives will receive higher benefits payments in future as Government attempts to tackle the problem backfire.
Officials have admitted that polygamous households, of which there are an estimated 1,000 in Britain, could be handed more money under reforms to the welfare system.
Baroness Flather, the first Asian woman to receive a peerage, said: “That is terrible. Why can’t they see it?”
11 nationalists were arrested in raids around Scotland this Friday. They were taken to Stewart Street Police Station in Glasgow. All were released by midnight last night but were due to appear at Court tomorrow charged with breach of the peace.
A further two people who police had been seeking, voluntarily attended Stewart Street Station today.
The background to the raids and arrests is interesting. Following a demonstration in Glasgow on 16th June, reported on this site Strathclyde Police came under heavy political fire for allowing it to take place. Their reaction was to panic and order an investigation which was divided into two - one investigating potential criminality on the day and the other their own handling of it. Detective Superintendent Louise Raphael was put in charge.
She decided to arrest patriots and attack their freedom of assembly and expression. She decided to mount dawn raids and arrest people in front of workmates, customers and employers. She decided that Nationalists should be hand-cuffed and, if early reports are true, must bear responsibility for the fact that whilst in custody some were denied legal representation and were only given medical attention after long delays.
Louise Raphael also decided to co-operate with the 'Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees' in what appears to many to be a politically motivated prosecution. The timing also supports the view that the arrests were politically driven. The British National Party supported by the Scottish Defence League and others were due to demonstrate in Glasgow the day after and it seems clear that this was a coordinated attempt by the politically correct Police to disrupt these plans.
It must also be said that the Chairman of the British National Party, Nick Griffin MEP was led into a supposed "safe area" by the police at Saturdays protest in Scotland, while other patriots were either in custody or prevented from entering the protest area for up to an hour, leaving our Chairman with only his small personal security team and National Treasurer, Clive Jefferson.
Tomorrow at Glasgow Sheriff Court people with principle will hold their heads high as they are brought before the court for expressing their beliefs and concerns.
Shame on the Strathclyde Police.
Shame on Louise Raphael.
You can register a polite protest with Louise Raphael and tell her not to involve herself in attacks on freedom of expression by calling 0141 533 3093 / 01389822051 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also show solidarity with our brothers by attending Glasgow Sheriff Court on Monday at 1230.
This site will carry updates on the case as it progresses and keep the public informed on the political prostitution of Strathclyde Police.
What is now very clear is that the wave of state persecution of patriots and this attack on our very freedoms of speech, of political expression and right every British citizens right to protest is not isolated to Mersyside and Strathclide Police forces and is indeed a national trend.
We will not be silenced, we will stand firm in the face of this disgraceful abuse of police powers and we will fully support our fellow patriots. We are in urgent need of a fighting fund to allow us to hire the best legal defence for our friends so please make a donation right now to this urgent appeal and together as nationalists we will defend the basic democratic rights of our comrades and the British people.
Yet again the political puppet masters have underestimated the tenacity of our people and of our cause.
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Nick Griffin MEP tells us of the Alliance of European National Movement Conference held in the Wirral this past Tuesday. He also warns of the British Freedom Party and EDL links to the International Civil Liberties Alliance. He entreats those able to join him Dalkeith on Saturday in show of support for the 11 British patriots arrested by Alex Salmond's third rate tartan Soviet.
Highlights of the news today Friday 27th July
Illegal Immigrants in Money Exchange fraud