BNP turns to Slovaks for printing
A few months ago I blogged here about how a publishing company owned by a Saudi prince was printing the BNP’s monthly paper, Voice of Freedom. It now appears that the organisation has turned to the Slovaks - a nation of Slavs, whom their great leader Adolf Hitler called sub-humans - to print their rag.
But it’s not worked … the police have impounded their entire print run at Dover! The local police have launched “an investigation … into whether any public order offences regarding the incitement of racial hatred had been committed”.
I wonder if this is a Slovakian company that published it? If so, you can’t say they will manage the economy that well - after all, given that they have so many enemies, you’d think they’d publish their own paper themselves.
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