Thursday, 7 February 2008

Martin Roberts promotes American Nazi terrorists

BNP Enquiries Secretary, Martin Roberts doesn’t just sell neo-nazi badges through his company Calder Designs, he also sells things like mugs and T-shirts.

The pictures below show Roberts’ attempt to sell merchandise bearing the American Nazi terrorist slogan, ‘14 Words’.

‘14 Words’ stands for “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children” which was penned by David Lane. Lane was a member of the neo-Nazi gang, The Order’ who robbed banks, detonated bombs and murdered Jewish talk show host Alan Berg in 1984 in an attempt to start a race war in America. Lane died in prison last year having been sentenced to serve 190 years consecutive for his crimes.

Members should rightly be concerned that Roberts is permitted to be a national BNP official while selling neo-Nazi products, not WWII memorabilia it must be said, but they should also be concerned that he seems to be selling unofficial BNP t-shirts and badges too.

The unofficial t-shirts can be seen next to the 14 Words t-shirt in the picture below. If the BNP has an official merchandise wing in Excalibur, how come Calder Designs has products never advertised or sold by Excalibur?