Wednesday, 25 April 2012
Monday, 23 April 2012
With all the false information and ignorant comments we see about our organisation, we thought we should address some of them:
Many of our people are from the Skinhead subculture. It gets a bad rap, but like everything there can be good people and people associated with it. We see ourselves as the good guys, we fight the government, the media, and the deceiving anti-white liberals who use every tool at their disposal including lying, exaggerating and even creating problems against us to ensure the general public hate us, there is a lot we are up against. We who have the ability and the drive will continue to do all we can to build better, safer communities for our people.
We encourage all people to immerse themselves in their own culture and to preserve it. We simply want the same rights to racial and cultural preservation as everyone else.
RWR is not focused on Hate! we are driven by love of our family, our club, our Nation, our culture and our people. We strive to defend all that which we love.
Many of us have some form of belief in God, like many things about us it is an individual thing. Some of us get great strength from our Gods. We don’t see religion to be an issue unless that religion is about destroying everyone else, such as Zionism and Islamic Extremists.
In RWR we have members of different political lines. We believe ultimately in freedom. We will never be like many of the modern systems in the world and condemn people just because of what they believe in. Even the political groups that make us their enemies like socialist anarchists and communists, we would engage in dialogue with them for the good of our people.
We have members from extreme politics and we have members with moderate Nationalist ideals but our main source of unity is that we respect those unique rights as individuals while working as a community for the good of us all instead of just the individual.
Because many of us are from the Skinhead subculture there are parts of the skinhead culture that are present in the Right Wing environment. Even the salute that people perceive as being evil, is just an old anti-social symbol that was used originally to offend, and then evolved into being a greeting to brothers and sisters, it has cultural significance. If anyone bothered to study what a salute means or where it came from they would know that it is an ancient symbol of peace, holding up your palm to show that there are no weapons as you greet people. The Romans used this along with ancient Celts and Germanic tribes. Just because modern mainstream media says that certain European Cultural symbols, such as the Nordic runes are evil, it does not make it so, most of them have a long history of being representations of honour and bravery. Why should we bow down to what the ignorant masses tell us to do? Why should we have to drop our culture and our heritage just because the rest of the misinformed masses are pressuring us to do so? Do we not have the same right to practice our own culture as we see fit as everyone else?
People say we pretend to be something that we are not, but we are honest about who and what we are, it’s just the media who try and make it look like we are trying to hide things, they miss out large parts of our interviews, and they spread misinformation often as a way to sell their sensationalist stories, designed fundamentally to make money and manipulate public opinion. We believe in freedom of thought.
We have teams helping communities, but we are low on resources. We have projects that we fundraise for and we achieve what we set out to do. We stand out when others are too depressed and too tired to stand up and fight for what they believe in.
RWR has people willing to clean Graffiti, not for personal gain but for the good of the community. We aim mainly for public buildings and parks, but we also consider shopping areas when asked.
RWR does street patrols in areas that need them and where we have the men and resources to do so, we would patrol other areas on request if our costs are covered and a donation is put toward our on-going community projects, we want to help our communities.
RWR is working to build community gardens, we would gladly help with any projects of this kind already in need of personnel.
RWR is currently working on a labour pool for our members to contribute toward the labour needs of Christchurch which is currently in dire need of support. It is untrue that all our people are seasoned beneficiaries or “doll bludgers”. The majority of our people are either studying, working or seeking work. As well as all this, we have members that still have the energy and the drive to do other things to help our people and their communities.
We seek people who have the same ideals as us and want to work hard alongside us to help us protect our communities, people who help us to find alternatives for our youth and who help us be an instrument of good in our decaying society. The media likes to dramatize and criminalize us as this pushes their agenda and also sells newspapers. The media is mainly left wing and firmly against our alternative lifestyle and unique Right Wing/Third Position beliefs.
Our members are predominantly against the current government regime, the corruption, the greed and the irrational way that they pander to a small number of powerful individuals while neglecting the needs of the lower and , middle classes. We do not want to sit around and complain, we believe in actively bringing about change, for us this means action which includes political activities but also real projects that improve the lives of our people. When you are white and poor you don’t have special workers paid by the “politically correct” system to help, nor any right to special grants. We have to help each other in these dark times. We encourage all groups to work together and help the communities they live in.
We welcome anyone who is willing to help or meet us and discuss issues,,,,
Sunday, 22 April 2012
An Iraqi Muslim cleric suspected of being involved with Al Qaeda and radicalising young Britons has used the Human Rights Act to continue to live in the UK – despite Government efforts to deport him.
Taha Muhammad is regarded as one of Britain’s most dangerous security threats. He was even banned from studying AS-level chemistry because of fears he would use the knowledge to commit terrorist acts.
The decision to let him stay is another setback for Home Secretary Theresa May, already under pressure after attempts to deport Abu Qatada to Jordan descended into chaos.
But Muhammad says he cannot be deported to Iraq because he could be detained and tortured there.
He argues sending him back would be a breach of Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Judges at an immigration tribunal allowed him to stay even though the Home Office said they believed he:
- Had links to several terrorist groups including Al Qaeda.
- ‘Took part in both terrorist training and activities’ and had ‘considerable jihadi pedigree’.
- Maintained contacts with Islamist extremists in Britain and abroad.
- Provided support for the jihadist insurgency in Iraq.
- Expressed extremist views.
Muhammad also vowed to sue the Government over his treatment and is now poised to win a large compensation payout.
‘It’s a real issue for me because my constituents complain that the European Convention and Human Rights Act is a villains’ and terrorists’ charter and the position is simply unacceptable and needs to be resolved.’
Muhammad arrived in Britain in 2002 and applied for asylum after claiming Saddam Hussein’s Ba’ath Party had accused him of being a member of the opposing Muslim Brotherhood, so had detained and tortured him.
The Home Office refused his application for asylum but he was granted exceptional leave to remain until March 2006.
While living as an imam and leading prayers at a mosque, he become one of MI5’s top terror suspects and in May 2006 was put under a control order.
The Government was so concerned about Muhammad that it made him the subject of a list of restrictions running to 15 pages.
Muhammad was given a curfew, limited to where he could go and banned from meeting a list of named individuals. He was also barred from attending his local mosque and leading prayers.
The Government also put a stop to his plans to study chemistry and human biology because it was thought he would use the knowledge gained to engage in terrorism.
His wife, Amin Bayan Star, 22, and their children are also allowed to remain here after immigration judges concluded their removal would breach their rights to a private and family life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.
In a statement released through his solicitor, Muhammad said: ‘I have never done anything unlawful and I have been living a nightmare during the time I was subjected to the control order which was like living in a prison without bars.
‘Once the control order ended I believed my ordeal was at an end but the Home Office refused both my and my partners application for indefinite leave to remain and this threw my life and that of my family into turmoil and uncertainty again.
‘I hope and pray that the Home Office will leave me and my family alone.’
Control orders were introduced in March 2005 as a means of holding terror suspects who had not been charged or tried and where the evidence was largely sensitive and derived from intelligence sources.
A Home Office spokesman said: ‘We take all necessary steps to protect the public from individuals we believe pose a threat and remove them from the UK.
‘But removal can be a challenging process and we have to operate within the law.’
Victims were lured miles from home to dingy hostel
They were subjected to a weekend-long ordeal
A group of Muslim men who abducted and raped two teenage girls as part of their Eid celebrations laughed in court yesterday as they were jailed for a total of 38 years.
The girls, aged 15 and 16, were lured miles from their home to a dingy hostel.
In a horrifying weekend-long ordeal, they were plied with alcohol and repeatedly raped by two men, Shamrez Rashid and Amar Hussain, before being offered to a number of others who also ‘used them for sex’.
The 16-year old was forced to have sex six times with four different men.
The younger victim was raped by one man and then sexually assaulted by another.
One defendant, Rashid, 20, was said to have claimed the girls had enjoyed the sex, which he said had taken place as they celebrated the Muslim festival of Eid.
‘It was Eid,’ he said. ‘We treated them as our guests. OK, so they gave us [sex] but we were buying them food and drink.
They could have anything they wanted. They enjoyed it.’
His accomplice Amar Hussain, 22, claimed the girls were ‘slags’.
But Judge Melbourne Inman QC said the girls had still been children at the time of the offences.
He said it was quite obvious they had been frightened of the men, but this had had ‘no effect at all’ on their attackers’ behaviour.
‘They were still children and still living with their families,’ Judge Inman said. ‘In a civilised society, such people should be helped. You all abused them.
‘They were extremely vulnerable and you took advantage of that.’
The five defendants laughed and smirked as the horrifying details of their offences were described in court yesterday.
Rashid – who had already been found guilty of two rapes, an attempted rape, child abduction and an attempted sexual assault – grinned, laughed and made gun gestures in the dock.
His supporters in the public gallery hurled abuse at the judge as he passed sentence later.
The court heard how Rashid and Hussain drove the girls from their home in Telford in Shropshire to a Birmingham probation hostel on the evening of Saturday November 28 2009.
'Subjected to constant abuse'
They took them to an unfamiliar environment so they ‘would be disorientated and reliant on them,’ prosecutors said.
After raping the girls, they ‘in effect offered them up to their friends, introducing a string of young men into the house’.
Over the following 36 hours, the girls were subjected to almost constant abuse, despite begging their attackers to stop.
The 16-year-old was left with bruising all over her face and neck after she was forced to perform a sex act on Hussain.
She was then forced to have sex with Rashid and a third man, Adil Saleem, while others watched.
The court heard how she held on to a doorframe to try to stop her attacker dragging her into a bedroom, but was pushed inside and the door locked behind her.
She was warned that her attackers were in a gang known as the B9 Crew, and that ‘when someone pressed charges against them, they went to their mother’s house, put a gun to her face and broke her jaw’.
The girls eventually ran from the hostel and called the emergency services from a payphone.
The trial at Birmingham Crown Court was the latest of several cases in which groups of men have been accused of sexually exploiting vulnerable girls.
Hussain was found guilty of child abduction and three rapes and was sentenced to 11 years in prison.
Rashid received ten years for child abduction, two rapes, an attempted rape and attempted sexual assault.
Adil Saleem, 20, was given eight years for one count of rape. Jahbar Rafiq, 28, was handed eight years for rape and sexual assault and Amer Islam Choudhrey, 20, was given 15 months for child abduction and sexual assault.
THEIR SUPPORTERS IN THE GALLERY CHEERED AS THEY WERE SENTENCED, TO MUSLIMS THESE PEOPLE ARE HEROS AND IT IS NOT SEEN AS A CRIME AS LONG AS THE VICTIM IS NOT MUSLIM.......................HANG EM!....,,,,,,THEY STALK KIDNAP AND ATTACK OUR YOUNG WHITE WOMAN GUYS AND EVEN OUR CHILDREN ,THESE SCUM WHO THE GOVERMENT SAY ARE OUR FELLOW COUNTRY FOLK ????? WE NEED WHITE REVOLUTION NOW THIOS HAS TO STOP,,,,,,,,,,14 WORDS SCOTLAND
Saturday, 21 April 2012
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Friday, 20 April 2012
Human rights humiliation 2: Hate cleric could be back on UK streets in weeks after botched bid to kick him out,,
Hate cleric Abu Qatada could be back on the streets within weeks as the row over botched efforts to deport him continued to rage.
An immigration judge said he would reconsider bail if the fanatic’s removal from Britain was not ‘imminent’.
The ruling was a further blow to embattled Home Secretary Theresa May as she continued to insist there had been no blunder by her officials over Qatada’s case.
Backbench Tory MPs demanded Britain’s withdrawal from the European Court of Human Rights.
Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper taunted Mrs May for ‘partying with X Factor judges’ while the Government’s case collapsed after she was pictured at a glitzy celebrity party attended by Tulisa Contostavlos, as well as Kelly Brook and Lorraine Kelly.
Miss Cooper also warned the ‘farce had serious consequences’ and raised the prospect of Qatada suing the Government for wrongful arrest.
On Tuesday Mrs May ordered his arrest and told the Commons the time period for a further legal claim had passed. But Strasbourg officials last night repeated their belief that the true deadline was midnight on Tuesday night and the case was lodged ‘just in time’.
David Cameron exposed his own powerlessness over the affair, saying: ‘I sometimes wish I could put him on a plane and take him to Jordan myself.’
The prospect of the radical cleric walking the streets again only a short time after he was put back in Belmarsh high-security prison will horrify the public.
After his arrest on Tuesday he appeared before the Special Immigration Appeals Commission, a special terror court, and was remanded to the jail.
But in a ruling released yesterday, judge Mr Justice Mitting said: ‘If it is obvious after two or three weeks have elapsed that deportation is not imminent… then I will reconsider bail along the basis of a more leisurely timetable than that necessarily required for a full-blown appeal to SIAC.’
Justice Secretary Ken Clarke said he could not see what the ‘big deal was’ over the apparent blunder.
Called to the Commons to explain the affair, Mrs May said: ‘The Government is clear that Qatada has no right to refer the case to the Grand Chamber of the ECHR since the three-month deadline to do so lapsed at midnight on Monday.’
She was given strong support from the Tory backbenches, but MPs also insisted she should defy the European Court of Human Rights anyway.
Bill Cash, chairman of the European Scrutiny Committee, said: ‘You have tried your best, there is no question about that. But unfortunately it is not working.
'The root cause of this is the question of what is the rule of law, whose rule of law and who interprets it?
‘It should be decided in this House. We should withdraw from the European Convention, we should repeal the Human Rights Act and we should get the matter straight because the people of this country demand it.’
Labour seized on comments from an ECHR spokesman which confirmed its view that the deadline was Tuesday.
A panel of five judges of the court will make a final ruling on admissibility, but that could be several months away.
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
A woman has walked free from court after being convicted of leaving her newly born child to die.
Fatima Ali, 26, a “devout Muslim” from Greater Manchester, feared that she would bring shame and dishonour on her family for having the child out of wedlock.
After giving birth to the child alone in her bedroom, she cut the umbilical cord, and then went out with her family.
At some point in between she texted a photograph of the child to its father, Kazi Mohammed Dilwar-Hussein, who was in Bangladesh.
Hussein is said to have sent Ali money for an abortion, but Ali failed to attend appointments.
The baby girl died within several hours of being born, yet her life could quite possibly have been saved had she received medical care.
Ali waited until the next morning, wrapped the dead infant in a scarf, and then dumped the body in a nearby garden when on her way to work.
A post mortem examination failed to establish the cause of death.
Appearing in court, she entered a guilty plea to cruelty and endeavouring to conceal the birth of a child.
She was sentenced to 26 weeks prison, suspended for 2 years, and ordered to seek psychiatric help.
Running through the entire trial were the concepts of “honour” and “shame”.
The defence made reference to “cultural processes that some cannot begin to understand.”
“Life is a precious thing and not something to be thrown away in a nearby garden” said Chief Prosecutor Nazir Afzal, “Whatever the community or familial dishonour or shame, real or perceived, that Ali may have felt, it did not justify the tragic death of the most vulnerable victim, a new born baby boy or girl.”
A life left to die within hours of birth, thrown away due to reasons of (supposed) honour and culture, costs the perpetrator a 26 week suspended sentence it seems.
So much for “precious”.Chief Superintendent Jon Rush commented that, “It was a thorough and painstaking investigation, which was undertaken with great sensitivity. It impacted on the local Asian community in East Bury and I want to thank them for their support. There is no doubt that Fatima could not speak openly
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
Shivering the candles that flicker in my soul,
Driving me to hide in a corner of myself,
Odin, be with me.
When the world is wild,
When it spits and seethes like a bitter, haunted sea,
When my shrinking shore seems too small to harbour me,
Odin, be with me.
When the light is dim,
When the crooked path which we walk in search of God
Starts to lose itself in the mazes of the mind,
Odin, be with me.
When in realms of lies,
Told by living tongues in their wordy labyrinths,
Give me, in your bounty, the wisdom of the dead;
Odin, be with me.
When I cannot climb,
When the voice of darkness is calling up to me,
When I must go down by the ancient, evil stair,
Odin, be with me.
When the devil roars,
When I need a mind and a myth to capture him,
Chain him down in writing where he can do no harm,
Odin, be with me.
When the evening sky
Draws aside its veil and reveals its silver hoard,
Yet no breath of prayer comes to guide me through the worlds,
Odin, be with me.
When in fiery ice,
Burning in the blizzard and freezing in the flames,
When I need a shield and a sword of icy fire,
Odin, be with me.
When the road is long,
When my courage fails in the grey and grinding days,
When I need the dream of Valhalla in my soul,
Odin, be with me.
London riots: Darrell Desuze detained for Richard Bowes killing
A 17-year-old boy has been detained for eight years for the killing of a pensioner during the London riots.
Darrell Desuze, of Bath Road, Hounslow, pleaded guilty at Inner London Crown Court last month to the manslaughter of Richard Mannington Bowes.
Mr Bowes, 68, was punched and fell to the ground as he tried to stamp out a fire in Spring Bridge Road in Ealing, west London, on 8 August.
He suffered brain damage when his head hit the pavement.
Desuze's mother Lavinia Desuze, 31, was jailed for 18 months at the same court for perverting the course of justice.'Sincere regrets'
In a victim impact statement read out in court, the estranged sister of Mr Bowes, Anne Wilderspin, said she was "completely devastated to have found and lost her brother again in the same day".
"I feel compassionate for the youngster who was only 16 when he committed this crime which has potentially ruined his life," she added.
Piers Von Berg, defending, told the court Desuze "sincerely regrets and has remorse for all his actions, in particular his actions that led to the death of Mr Bowes".
But the judge, Mr Justice Saunders, disputed the defence's claim that he struck Mr Bowes with no more than moderate force.
The court heard the defendant's mother, Lavinia Desuze, made a "very crude attempt indeed to interfere with the course of justice".
"This was a very significant fall from her moral character", the jury heard.
BREAKING NEWS: Abu Qatada has been arrested for deportation despite the decision by the European Court of Human Rights blocking his deportation to Jordan, saying evidence obtained by torture might be used in his terror retrial!!!!!!!!
Cleric Abu Qatada arrested for deportation
Radical cleric Abu Qatada has been arrested ahead of fresh deportation proceedings, the Home Office has said.
He is expected to appear at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission on Tuesday afternoon, when the home secretary will update MPs on his case.
The European Court of Human Rights blocked his deportation to Jordan in January, saying evidence obtained by torture might be used against him.
Ministers have been seeking assurances from Jordan this will not be the case.
The Home Office had previously said it was making "good progress" in obtaining those guarantees from Jordan, where he faces charges of plotting bomb attacks.'Security threat'
Home Secretary Theresa May travelled to Jordan in March for talks with the king and ministers on the case of the 51-year-old Palestinian-Jordanian, whom ministers have described as "extremely dangerous".
She will make an emergency statement to the Commons on Tuesday about the cleric, who is regarded as a threat to UK national security.
Aamer Anwar Human rights lawyer
If there is untainted evidence against Abu Qatada then he should be tried in a British court”
A Home Office spokesman said on Tuesday: "UK Border Agency officers have today arrested Abu Qatada and told him that we intend to resume deportation proceedings against him."
A British judge had ended Abu Qatada's six-year UK detention in February, weeks after the European Court of Human Rights blocked his deportation.
He was released from Long Lartin high-security jail in Worcestershire on strict bail conditions, including a 22-hour curfew allowing him to leave home for a maximum of an hour, twice a day.
However, BBC home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw said the home secretary would argue that the cleric should be held in custody pending deportation.
Abu Qatada's legal team will apply for bail at Tuesday's Special Immigration Appeals Commission hearing in central London, the Judicial Communications Office said.
Shortly before the cleric was arrested, Conservative MP Peter Bone told the BBC the government should deport him and deal with any legal consequences afterwards.'No hold-up'
"All the assurances the European court wanted are there," he said.
"As the conditions are now met, he should be deported and there should be no hold-up."
Abu Qatada has never been charged with any offence in the UK but British authorities have previously said he gave advice to those who aimed "to engage in terrorist attacks, including suicide bombings".
He faces a re-trial in Jordan for plotting bomb attacks against American and Israeli tourists during the country's millennium celebrations, offences he was convicted of in his absence.
Human rights lawyer and campaigner Aamer Anwar accused UK ministers of "condoning torture" by persevering with attempts to send Abu Qatada for trial in Jordan.
"The UK asserts the right to try suspects for the gravest crimes anywhere in the world in our courts and it's about time that the government exercised that prerogative," he told BBC Radio 5 live.
Saturday, 14 April 2012
British Transport Police (BTP) are appealing for information after a man from Kentish Town was attacked on a train between Dalston Kingsland and Canonbury at about 9.30pm.
The incident happened after the suspect and the victim accidentally collided as the suspect – who was having a heated phone conversation at the time – boarded the London Overground at Dalston Kingsland.
Det Con Tony Gittins said the pair had a “verbal altercation”, but the victim then made his way further down the carriage.
“However, the suspect followed him before pulling out what is thought to be a knife,” Det Con Gittins said.
“A struggle ensued, with the victim receiving three wounds to his upper body.
“The man then left the train at Canonbury, the next station, before making off from the scene.”
Anyone who recognises the man pictured, or has any information about the attack, is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference B5/LNA of 10/04/2012. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Monday, 9 April 2012
Barking, East London 2012:
Monday, 2 April 2012
Harrisonburg, VA – On Tuesday, a group known as Our Community Place held a job fair for those who may have more trouble than others finding work, including illegal aliens.
The event billed on the group’s website catered to those experiencing “Challenges with addiction, transportation, no training, health, education, no ID, immigration issues, etc?”
And, was “free to anyone in the world and provides refreshments and lunch.”
Despite the fact that it is illegal for them to work in this country, Our Community Place volunteer Sigi Chabrier helps illegal aliens find jobs.
Chabrier told WSHV: “These people are here living in fear that they’re going to get deported. They’re gonna lose their home, their jobs or somehow not get the piece of the American dream that they come here for.”
“I feel so safe now, like to say ‘Hey, I can send you here, whether you’re documented or not or you have a criminal record or not. You can go here and people are going to give you a chance, like they might hire you, they’ll at least take you under consideration,’” Chabrier added.MORE
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