Rebel Assault By BNP Activists On The “Red Citadel” (Manchester)

Written by Cigpapers

Manchester has long been seen as the “Red Citadel” in the North of England due to the socialist’s violent and corrupt choke-hold on the local people and politics. Globalist groups such as Antifa, Unite Against Fascism, Manchester Anti-Fascist Action, Red Strike Force, Red Army Faction, Hope Not Hate, Love Music – Hate Racism and other assorted violent and deranged multiculturalists had vowed The BNP would never be active in Manchester.

Red thugs are given a free hand in Manchester by the corrupt authorities.

Red thugs are given a free hand in Manchester by the corrupt authorities.

On 1st April 2014 two intrepid BNP activists decided to penetrate deep behind enemy held territory to promote The BNP and their message of hope to the people of Manchester. This is their story:

Tameside 6:00 AM to 8:00 AM

With the reds still festering in their pits a flash demo took place on a footbridge over the M67 in Tameside (East Greater Manchester). A 10 foot by 3 foot banner was unfurled boldly proclaiming “British National Party Say: STOP PAEDOPHILE RINGS”.

Early morning BNP flash demo above M67 motorway in Tameside. The banner says "British National Party Say : STOP PAEDOPHILE RINGS."

Early morning BNP flash demo above M67 motorway in Tameside. The banner says “British National Party Say : STOP PAEDOPHILE RINGS.”

The mood in the traffic jams was generally supportive with horns beeped and many thumbs up and waves. A small minority of degenerate reds chose to support paedophilia with various obscene hand gestures. Knowing Greater Manchester Police would soon be on their way, and having made their demonstration, the BNP activists rolled up the banner and made good their exit.

Central Manchester 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM 

With Tameside reds still reeling the BNP activists were leafleting in Central Manchester on Market Street by 9:00 AM. A grateful Manchester public lapped up their leaflets and cheers of “Good to see The BNP” , “Keep up the good work lads” and other supportive shouts were soon echoing through Central Manchester.

BNP activist deep behind enemy lines on Market Street, Central Manchester.

BNP activist deep behind enemy held lines on Market Street, Central Manchester.

At about 9:50 AM The BNP activists burst in to the Arndale Shopping Centre. With only one or two demented Globalists refusing BNP leaflets, and their message of hope, The BNP activists had a fruitful half hour in the Arndale Shopping Centre. At about 10:20 AM The BNP activists were approached by two apologetic security guards saying their bosses had ordered them to evict The BNP activists. The BNP activists explained they had no such powers to evict them but would leave as a gesture of goodwill.

BNP activists openly leaflet outside Manchester Town Hall (AKA The Kremlin)

BNP activists openly leaflet outside Manchester Town Hall (AKA The Kremlin)

After leafleting along Deansgate The BNP activists leafleted outside Manchester Town Hall (AKA The Kremlin) with no problems, many council workers gratefully accepted The BNP leaflets. The BNP activists had their photos taken by a passerby who claimed to be ex-Labour.

South-East Manchester 11:15 AM to 12:30 PM

At around 11:00 AM  The BNP activists were approached by a contingent of up to 10 foul-mouthed Red Strike Force thugs. The BNP activists decided to head to the student area of South-East Manchester. By around 11:15 AM The BNP activists were hard at work leafleting student accommodation door to door. By 12:30 PM  The BNP activists decided to call it a day and twenty minutes later were enjoying a couple of well-earned pints of “Hobgoblin Ruby Ale” in a local pub staffed by Nationalists. In total around 500 to 600 leaflets were distributed and around 1,000 people saw the banner over the motorway.

The Next Day (April 2nd 2014) In Tameside Greater Manchester:

Here is what happened the next day (April 2nd 2014) in Tameside Greater Manchester when these two BNP activists were approached by Greater Manchester Police while doing another “Stop Paedophile Rings” banner drop over the M67 motorway:

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