Yet another World War II veteran, 82-year-old Joe Randall, has come out to bat for the British National Party in the wake of the childish anti-BNP smears launched by the Tory leader and the media in recent days.
Mr Randall, who is now playing an active part in campaigning for the BNP in the South West, always makes sure that his campaign medals, won while serving in the paratroops during the war, are on display for passers-by to see (picture above).
Mr Randall joins numerous other World War II veterans who have come out in support of the BNP over the past few weeks. So far the party has at least three Royal Air Force WWII veterans, including at least one Spitfire Battle of Britain pilot, several Royal Navy veterans (including some who took part in the Dunkirk, Tirpitz and Atlantic Convoy campaigns) and a good sprinkling of D-Day veterans.
“We are proud to have heroes like Mr Randall and his wife Christine attend our table top campaigns,” said Mr Mike Turner, South West Elections Agent.
“These heroes put their lives on the line to fight for Britain all those years ago, and it takes a special kind of person to come out and fight for Britain once again.”
David Cameron Is a “Disgrace to British Politics” Says WWII BNP-Supporting Veteran
Tory leader David Cameron is a “disgrace to British politics who has deeply offended all the World War II veterans who support the British National Party,” said Mr George Johnson, a D-Day veteran and long time activist and former candidate for the party.
Reacting to the pathetic outburst against the BNP made by Mr Cameron yesterday, Mr Johnson, who wears his medals proudly, said it was a “gross, ignorant and childish insult which showed a total lack of moral and intellectual integrity to call people like myself who fought the Nazis, by that name,” Mr Johnson said.
Mr Johnson said that he and the many other World War II veterans (such as the Royal Air Force’s Doug Tidy) were “utterly disgusted” at the Conservative Party leader stooping to such outright lies to attack another party.
“We know that in the cut and thrust of politics it is normal to point out flaws in other parties, but it is completely out of bounds to lie so nakedly. I am sure that the voting public will see Mr Cameron’s childish outburst for what it is, and ignore it and his party.”
Another World War II Veteran Signs Up for the BNP
Yet another World War II veteran, who fought for this country’s existence once before, has signed up for the British National Party to serve once again.
Ninety-year-old Mr George Skidmore, a Royal navy veteran of Dunkirk, the Arctic Convoys, the sinking of the Tirpitz and D-Day, was one of thousands of people who have signed up to the BNP over the past few weeks and who also signed nomination forms for the party’s 495 County Council candidates.
“After signing the forms, Mr Skidmore proudly showed me his medals and told me a little of his very eventful life in the Royal Navy during the war,” Mr John Ryde, East Midlands BNP press officer, told BNP News.
“After the election is over we will do a full feature for Voice of Freedom, but it really brightened up my day and hardened my resolve to fight on,” he said, adding that BNP members of the stature of Mr Skidmore disproved the malicious lies put out by the controlled media and their Communist Party trolls.
“I can admit that I shed a little tear and gave thanks that people like George at his age were now prepared to join our ranks,” Mr Ryde said.