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Star date: 5th May 2011

GUNS, BUMS AND LOCAL ELECTIONS

"We're left with a bunch of idiots" ex BNP councillor

Two BNP candidates standing in today's local election in Salford have been photographed fooling around with replica guns at a BNP camping trip in Yorkshire.

Meanwhile, the Salford Star has discovered that a fake letter from the Muslim Parliament has been circulating around Salford in an effort to stir up racial hatred…

Full details here…


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Two BNP candidates standing in today's local election have been photographed recently brandishing replica firearms at a BNP St George's camping trip in Yorkshire.

Gary Tumulty, candidate in Irwell Riverside, and Keith Fairhurst, candidate in Langworthy, were both caught on camera posing with the guns, while Tumulty was also photographed with his pants down showing his arse.

David Exley, a former BNP councillor for Heckmondwike, is among those who have quit the party. On seeing these photos he said:

"When I joined the BNP, I joined what I thought was a serious political party with serious aims and people who wanted to achieve those aims by democratic means.

"But all the people who have tried to do that have been got rid of by Nick Griffin. All the quality people have now gone and, as you can see in these pictures, we're left with a bunch of idiots. I'm glad I'm out of the BNP."

Meanwhile, a letter purporting to come from the Muslim Parliament of Great Britain has been circulating around Salford in an effort to stir up racial hatred. The fake letter says that white students and "desperate white single women are easy converts to the Muslim cause", and quotes extracts from the Koran about "the enemies of Alah".

Matt Bradley, of Salford 6, was horrified when he received the letter…

"I found it grossly offensive, a blatant attempt to inflame racial tensions" he says "It's abhorrent that someone would stoop so low as to use such underhanded tactics. I've no idea why the letter was sent to me but they've definitely picked on the wrong person."

Greater Manchester Police stated that it had not received any reports of the letters circulating in Salford... "However, if members of the community receive these letters, they should report it to police."

We asked Salford City Council's election officer, Barbara Spicer, for a comment but she failed to respond.

There is no suggestion that there is a link between the fake letter from the Muslim Parliament and the BNP standing candidates in Salford.

Ian OB wrote
at 12:15:47 PM on Friday, May 13, 2011
Amazing pics. More amazing that there are people so absolutely DUMB that they say things like "At least the BNP will keep the foreigner invasion under control. Don't knock it." even after seeing this morons showing their fat, lazy, dole-ite arses and playing with toy bang bangs. Does Jason think that these guys can run our country? Because I would be amazed if any of them can even pee without getting it all down their pants. As fro gary Tumutly - what a fat, bald, ginger toss pot. Is he even from Salford?
 
Chris wrote
at 7:44:20 AM on Monday, May 9, 2011
Ernie Greatrex, do you think that by calling people 'mussies', you yourself are inflaming hatred? You come across as a racist. Are you?
 
Chas wrote
at 12:21:30 PM on Friday, May 6, 2011
Good to see that the sensible people of Salford are still anti-Nazi and made sure the BNP scumbags were sent packing :))
 
Sarah wrote
at 10:15:02 PM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
Ewww Scabby nazi scum.
 
Ernie Greatrex wrote
at 10:14:58 PM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
The mussies don't need help inflaming hatred , they do an excellent job themselves.
 
smiley face wrote
at 2:13:24 PM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
So please that you labled up the "dropped pants" pic I thought it was the the salford council cabinet having a meeting.
 
Steve C wrote
at 11:34:05 AM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
O'Sullivan was the man the BNP pretended was too racist even for them - but they never got rid of him. No doubt because the rest of the BNP are racists too. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2009/05/22/candidate-s-racist-posts-on-facebook-115875-21379085/ http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2443029/BNP-candidate-Eddy-OSullivan-exposed-as-racist-in-online-rant.html Quick question - why are the faces of those three BNP members pixellated out in the second picture?
 
don draper wrote
at 11:33:57 AM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
Just goes to show you cant trust them Welshies.
 
Jason Swift wrote
at 11:33:51 AM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
At least the BNP will keep the foreigner invasion under control. Don't knock it .
 
Simon Cressy wrote
at 6:20:11 AM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
Just to let you know that three Salford BNP members: Gary Tumulty the Salford Organiser, Keith Fairhurst the deputy organiser and Eddie O' Sullivan are all stsnding to day as candidates on the Welsh Assembly. Tumulty and Fairhurst are also standing in their local Salford.
 
Jim Fish wrote
at 6:19:50 AM on Thursday, May 5, 2011
Scary Spicer will be too busy cowering from the anger of the Salford People , appalled at her obscene salary as an 'executive' grossly excessive drain of OUR money . How about ridding ourselves of all the self-important windbag 'executive ' clowns that infest the self-serving Clowncil ?
 
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