Saturday, November 11, 2017

NOVEMBER 11th 2017 - Remember the Fallen

November 11th 2017
Remember the Fallen

This weekend many British Movement activists and supporters will be attending
Remembrance ceremonies at War Memorials and Remembrance parades across the country.
Some of our activists have made the journey to London to mark the ceremony at the Cenotaph in Whitehall. 
As this year marks 100 years since the Battle of the Somme and the Battle of Passenndale it is a  sad reflection that British soldiers are still dying on foreign fields and our wounded service men and women continue to be let down by the British Government.
Amongst those service personnel killed in action or wounded in action over the years since BM was established in July 1968 includes a number of BM members and supporters.

And never forget...
No More Brothers Wars in Europe

Sunday, November 5, 2017

October into November 2017 - British Movement News & Views

British Movement News and Views
October into November 2017
BM Contact details: e-mail
BM Sunwheel Office. P O Box 6. Heckmondwike. West Yorkshire WF16 0XF. England. UK.

The Latest Issue of the excellent magazine produced by
British Movement - South-East London

Heritage and Destiny
John Tyndall Memorial Meeting
Preston - October 6th 2017
A successful meeting held this year on a Friday and despite being held on a week day was well attended and interesting. There was the usual range of sales stalls and British Nationalist organisations represented at an excellent venue.
Speakers at this event included the BM National Secretary, and BM activist and singer/frontman of the nationalist band Whitelaw, Benny Bullman.
Full credit to Heritage and Destiny for organising and hosting this event.

Annual General Meeting
October 28th 2017
Another successful gathering of BM activists and an enjoyable afternoon of good comradeship.
Contrary to the disinformation (Fake News) spread by an internationally funded, professional anti-racist organisation, the British Movement AGM was well attended with delegates from across the country. New projects were discussed and a programme set forward for the coming year.

British Movement Women's Division
After a lapse NS Outlook is pleased to report the return on-line of BMWD.
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The team at the BM Sunwheel Office were saddened to hear of the death of West Midlands racial Nationalist and activist Paul Hickman.
Paul Hickman was the broadcaster behind the on-line radio 'Voice of Albion' and operated on the internet as 'Birmingham Nationalist'.
Ruthlessly hounded by self-styled anti-fascists, Paul lost his job and struggled to find work,
his political activism also drew on to him the unwanted attentions of the State and its agencies.
From what little information coming to us here, we are led to believe that Paul Hickman took his own life. A sad situation for someone still in their thirties and a loss to British Nationalism.