Britain First be BANNED as a organisation (proscribed).

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Britain First be BANNED as a organisation (proscribed).
« on: December 10, 2016, 09:13:36 PM »
For the last week or so, our leadership officials and legal representatives have been mulling over a new development that has shocked us to the core.
A combination of Brexit, the election of Donald Trump, the rise of Marine Le Pen in France and the Italian referendum has freaked out the establishment.
In the corridors of power in Westminster, politicians and government officials are terrified of a populist, patriotic upsurge in Britain.
Just last week, a Labour MP, Louise Haigh, stood up in Parliament and demanded that Britain First be BANNED as a organisation (proscribed).

Ms. Haigh said: “Can we have a debate about whether Britain First should be proscribed as a terrorist organisation and banned from standing in democratic elections?”
She seemed to have the support of many MPs while saying this and most shocking of all, the Leader of the House said he would report her request to the Home Officer for consideration!
Then, almost immediately after, articles and videos in the media started to appear discussing how the government is preparing to ban certain “far-right groups”.
An article in ‘The Times’ stated: “Far right groups in the UK may be classified as terrorist organisations after an increase of racially motivated incidents.”
Another media outlet reported: “Home Secretary Amber Rudd is being asked to consider allowing MPs to decide if Britain First should be listed as a terrorist organisation and outlawed.”
Then, the Britain First press office starts to receive enquiries asking for comment on the issue.
The government has powers to ban certain groups under the Terrorism Act 2000 and has proscribed over a hundred different groups and organisations.

Our leadership team immediately convened an emergency meeting to discuss the situation and how we would deal with such an event.
After seeking legal advice, we determined that it is simply a matter of being prepared for when the government “tries its luck” and attempts to ban us.
But, judging by the plethora of signals described above, this prospect looks imminent.
The Home Office could start work tomorrow morning at 9am and simply ban Britain First and shut us down within a few hours!
We would then need to rapidly apply to the High Court in London for a “judicial review”, but without the ability to raise funds any longer.
Our only chance of survival then Sonya, is to raise the £10,000 we would need in advance, before it’s too late.

Whilst we have been assured by our legal representatives that we would successfully overturn any such ban in the High court, the government still might “chance its arm” and take the risk anyway, on the assumption that we don’t have £10,000 stashed away to fight back.
We simply must raise these funds right now Sonya to protect ourselves, or we could be caught drastically off guard.
If we are banned by the Home Office, we would have to close everything: our Facebook page, our website, our phone lines, email accounts, cease activities, everything!

The storm clouds are gathering for the West: Brexit and Trump have shaken our masters to their core, and they are preparing to lash out to crush any credible resistance to their wicked plans!
This is a battle that we are guaranteed to win, but only if we have the resources to fight!
As Britain’s last line of defence, our movement will never back down, step back, bow down, surrender or cave in, we will fight to the death and to our last dying breath.
The reason Britain First is under such ferocious assault by our enemies is that they are terrified of the potential of our movement and our rapid growth in size.
Yours sincerely,

Jayda Fransen
Acting Leader

« Last Edit: December 10, 2016, 09:15:45 PM by the leveller »

 
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