BNP terrorist pleads guilty


by Rumbold
28th November, 2009 at 11:52 am    

Hope not Hate/Searchlight reports that Terence Gavan, a BNP member, has pleaded guilty to twenty two charges, including multiple firearms and explosive offences. His arsenal consisted of:

54 nail and ball-bearing bombs between May 1999 and May this year. He also manufactured shotguns, pen guns and pistols at his home in Batley, West Yorkshire. Gavan was also found in possession of ammunition, a manual on boobytraps, an improvised munitions handbook and a copy of the Anarchists’ Cookbook.

As Hope not Hate point out, the BNP are likely to deny that Terence Gavan was ever a member. However, Hope not Hate has established that not only was he a member, but that he held gold membership (which amusingly gives one no more rights than ordinary BNP membership, but costs twice as much and in return you get a nifty gold BNP badge- which is probably made in China).

(Via Harry’s Place)


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  1. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 3:12 am  

    This is convenient timing for the Lib-Lab-Con. Look forward to more arrests and revelations of this sort between bow and the next election.

    Only a vile cynic would suggest collusion with the police.

    The BNP, in the person of their gibbering idiot of a 'legal advisor', has already denied that this bloke is a member.

    Being in possession of the Tom Wintringham LDV – Home Guard – handbook 'New Ways of War' is probably an offence in itself.

  2. MiriamBinder — on 28th November, 2009 at 4:10 am  

    Of course they will distance themselves from this creature. And why shouldn't they? It is silly of course as I for one, and I am sure many others, would be far more impressed with them acknowledging his membership and then stating, quite rightly, that they cannot be held accountable for individual actions.

    Mind you, having said that, even that might start to become rather repetitive as the number of weapon and bomb ingredient hoarders amongst the number of BNP members, admittedly quickly claimed as ex by the party, are relatively speaking quite a percentage above (double figures starting from 90% and going up ;) ) those from any other political persuasion and claiming to be indigenous, whatever that might be, here in England.

    As for convenient timing Binky … considering the fact that Mr T. Gavan did not start manufacturing and stockpiling his arsenal till March of this year, all the timing shows is the efficiency of the authorities involved in his arrest and prosecution rather then any cynical purposeful timing on their part I would have thought.

  3. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 4:35 am  

    This is wilfully O/T and not at all about 'Lone Wolf' nutters who scheme of exterminating non-palefaces from the Pennines to the North Sea, but it's interesting all the same not least because one of the forbidden subjects of British politics, eugenics, makes a cameo appearance:

    http://www.lrb.co.uk/v31/n23/colin-kidd/the-irr

  4. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 5:07 am  

    Binky,

    I'd have thought the fact he pled guilty was a bit conclusive.

  5. Lee John Barnes — on 28th November, 2009 at 5:20 am  

    1) He was a member of the BNP for one year over two years ago

    2) He was not a member of the BNP when he was arrested

    3) He is obviously a nutcase.

    4) The BNP have had nothing to do with this mans actions in any way and condemn totally such people who indulge in political violence – and we understand the reality of political violence seeing as our members are regularly attacked, their homes firebombed and our people beaten up.

    The BNP have never endorsed violence, supported violence or been involved in violence.

    We are not responsible for the actions of ex-members of the party anymore than the British Army as responsible for the actions of ex-soldiers or the prisons are responsible for the actions of ex-prisoners.

    Unlike the Tory Party under Thatcher who supplied Saddam Hussein with a chemical weapons plant that was used to make the mustard gas that killed the Kurds, we have never profited from murder.

    Nor have we sent British troops to fight in an illegal war in Iraq that has killed 500,000 people and caused 2 million refugees to flee their country like the Labour Party.

  6. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 5:41 am  

    IS THIS RAPID DAMAGE LIMITATION FROM THE B N P ?

    Lee John Barnes – assuming that the LJB here is the real LJB and not an imposter – should be engaged in propaganda work among waverers and those who look like potential converts to nationalist causes rather that foaming at the mouth on Harry's Place or here.

    As for the BNP, it has two and only good songs to sing:

    - 1 – The hideous consequences of mass Third World immigration and the desirability of stopping it immediately.

    - 2 – Acknowledging the identity of Britain as a nation, in the way that Korea and Japan are nations.

    HOWEVER …
    On the other hand, the BNP has so unpleasant cultural baggage, such as disliking the fact that some people are adequately content to be in racially mixed marriages [as I am] and culturally-reactionary views on cannabis – which ought to be totally decriminalised – and on childhood sexuality; all aware and sensible people accept that the present age of consent is utter nonsense, a fact which any naughty nipper in a primary school will acknowledge.

    So there!

  7. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 5:45 am  

    Lee John Barnes, That looks a bit like a prepared statement.

    Binky,

    and on childhood sexuality; all aware and sensible people accept that the present age of consent is utter nonsense, a fact which any naughty nipper in a primary school will acknowledge.

    WTF?

  8. Ravi Naik — on 28th November, 2009 at 5:52 am  

    The BNP have had nothing to do with this mans actions

    Yes, the BNP only remembers how unfair guilt by association is when the ball is on its side. But has no problems associating the actions of Islamic psychopaths to Muslims, Asians and multiracial Britain.

    But the truth of the matter is that vast majority of Asians would never ever associate with violent radical groups like Al Qaeda. And here you have a terrorist who thought his ideals were compatible with the BNP.

    Perhaps the BNP should have a disclaimer in every article it writes – which is used to promote division, distrust and hate – to say that while the article can provoke hate, it does not condone violence against anyone, including non-whites. You know, like the cigarette warnings that say that smoking causes cancer.

  9. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 6:09 am  

    Douglas –

    Are you suggesting that the BNP has a drawerful of prepared statements ready to roll out at short notice [like prominent-person obituaries] if and when the need arises?

    You might well be right.

    As for WTFing about the BNP's 1950s social attitudes about childhood sexuality, I can only suggest corrective reading of 'Brave New World' and A.S. Neill's 'Summerhill.'

    Without attempting to be a bore or a monomaniac about it, I am one of those who recognise that the present Age of Consent is a preposterous absurdity, as do a great many people.

    Some such people are NUT and NAS/UWT members but, sensibly, they keep their thoughts to themselves for fear of Littlejohnian headlines:

    TEACHERS CALL FOR NONCES' CHARTER

  10. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 6:18 am  

    It is – perhaps – significant that the cache of hardware revealed in this dismal tale shows a Boy's-Own-Paper loyalty to the technology of yesteryear.

    Meanwhile, the word on the street is that Al Qaeda boffins, in their caverns deep beneath the scenic Tora Bora range, are interested in smarter stuff:

    http://www.city-journal.org/2009/19_4_snd-cyber

    Will the enemies of Western Civilisation flood the lowlands of Europe or stop the London Underground electronically?

    Wait for next week's exciting episode!

  11. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 6:29 am  

    Binky,

    Are you suggesting that the BNP has a drawerful of prepared statements ready to roll out at short notice [like prominent-person obituaries] if and when the need arises?

    You might well be right.

    Not exactly. However LLB (Hons) seems to have got himself a tad steamed up on Harrys' Place. You can, absent the sweary stuff, see a sort of a template. I think he joins the thread as the third commentator.

    http://tinyurl.com/ygly9tf

    I particularily like 'Ameericans'. It tends to outdo Amerikans, which is now somewhat passé.

    Clearly, I agree with you on the age of consent. It should be raised to at least 21. probably 30. It gives that extra frisson of excitement to what is otherwise a passing and transient experience. How bonding is it to break the law together?

  12. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 6:39 am  

    I clicked on the link douglas gave and got this:

    http://84.235.120.56/blocked.html?basictype=blo

  13. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 6:45 am  

    Having gone to HP and laughed so hard that an old broken rib began hurting, I realise that LJB is engaged full-time over there.

  14. Andy Gilmour — on 28th November, 2009 at 9:21 am  

    Oh, Lee John “world in motion” Barnes…I've so missed our little chats.

    Such a shame that, whatever his status when arrested, the guy *was* a member of the BNP for a period while he was accumulating this personal arsenal.

    Of course, every other member of that august party has entirely renounced violence in every form, I'm sure…

  15. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 11:17 am  

    Andy,

    Clearly,

    The Lee comes here because he is welcome to spew out bile. We are here to be a punchbag for his wit and wisdom.

    Epic fail, obviously….

  16. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 11:39 am  

    Binky, Well I didn't. As far as I know when you click here: http://tinyurl.com/ygly9tf you get linked to Harrys Place. If you don't, then not to worry, this is the full link: http://www.hurryupharry.org/2009/11/27/kirklees… I suspect Binky is playing mind games, as my attempts to link through the short URL have been incident free. Perhaps someone could confirm what Binky has to say, for from my perspective there isn't a problem whatsoever.

  17. Don — on 28th November, 2009 at 11:47 am  

    The link took me to HP.

  18. MiriamBinder — on 28th November, 2009 at 2:05 pm  

    I got taken to that cesspit generally known as Harry's Place as well. One would have to assume that your suspicions are correct Douglas Clark.

  19. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 7:03 pm  

    Could I just thank Don and MiriamBinder. And I apologise to both of you for the link being to Harry's Place,

    Binky, you really need to do better than that..

  20. douglas clark — on 28th November, 2009 at 7:19 pm  

    Just out of curiosity, apparently I have 10 likes, but I also have 41 points.

    Does anyone understand what a point is?

    Number of posts perhaps?

    If that is right, then approximately, give or take, a quarter of you think I have anything worth saying.

    I have no idea whether this is good or bad. Do we really need popularity polls? Especially when I can't figure out whether you like me or not.

  21. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 8:22 pm  

    No mind games, O Douglas.

    The first link you gave us took ME to the censorship wall, the same as if one tries to view, er, 'adult' sites from here. Evidently the link works just fine in Blighty.

    All this vituperation is especially hard on one usually-ignored class of people. I'm referring, of course, to Zionist rent boys.

    I see no reason why rent boys with Zionist convictions should be singled out for abuse by anyone!

  22. douglas clark — on 29th November, 2009 at 1:34 am  

    Binky, What censorship wall? Is this some sort of self imposed or nation specific censorship? Seriously puzzled why any software designed to censor 'adult' material would stop you from viewing the juvenile shite that is Harry's Place. The worst that is about to happen to you is a burst of laughter. I mean, is that really Edmund Standing saying that? I'd have thought not.

  23. MiriamBinder — on 29th November, 2009 at 1:43 am  

    Now I am fully prepared to be shot down in flames (considering the weather I might even welcome the warmth ;) ) … However methinks that likes is when you have approved of another's' post and have clicked the link to indicate as much and points is when another poster has been bowled over by the eloquence in one of your posts …

    In other words: Likes are you approved, points are you being approved ….

    (Oops … this was meant in reply to Douglas Clarks' question regarding points and likes)

  24. douglas clark — on 29th November, 2009 at 2:01 am  

    Well MiriamBinder I just gave you a 'like'. Haven't a clue how to give you a point though. We should be told by the powers that be :-)

  25. Jai — on 29th November, 2009 at 9:43 am  

    - Lee John Barnes, commenting on Pickled Politics on 28 November 2009:

    The BNP have never endorsed violence, supported violence or been involved in violence.

    Source: http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/6673#co

    - Lee John Barnes, commenting on Pickled Politics on 28 September 2009, addressing Katy Newton:

    Well Katy, you are a dumb cunt. Evil bitches like you are the sort of sicko who have polluted our country and culture from within. You, and those like you, are the real inner enemy – not the Islamist apologists for Mohammed….., but you – you sell your own out and therefore you deserve nothing but contempt, and hopefully along with the rest of all your kind in the near future – a quick trial , a short rope and a long drop.

    Source: http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/6032#co

  26. MiriamBinder — on 29th November, 2009 at 10:02 am  

    If my surmise of the process is correct then a like translates into a point. Ta very muchly

  27. MiriamBinder — on 29th November, 2009 at 10:09 am  

    By his own convoluted logic he is right though. He can claim that it is as Lee John Barnes that he advocates the lynching for Katy and not as the legal advisor/director/mouthpiece of the BNP.

    Much as I dislike to point out the glaringly obvious until we have personal accountability across the board … from binmen to PMs … he will remain right.

  28. Duncan — on 29th November, 2009 at 2:28 pm  

    Lee,

    Though almost all of your comments are total nonsense this little quote stuck out noticeably:

    The BNP have never endorsed violence, supported violence or been involved in violence.

    Come on, how thick do you think people are?

    The BNP has been around since 1983 and for most of that time actively promoted violence as a political strategy. Maybe you've got a memory like a goldfish but some anti-fascists haven't.

    If you would care to peruse back copies of 'Identity' magazine from about 10 years ago you'll notice stuff like reports, plus photos, of BNP 'anti-IRA mobs' (Tony Lecomber's words, not mine!) out in central London and more.

    What do you think they turned out for? A picnic? All had a drink and chat down the pub and then went home?

    The BNP may keep quiet about violence now but it wasn't always the case.

    Say what you like about John Tyndall, at least he was honest.

  29. Duncan — on 29th November, 2009 at 2:33 pm  

    One slight error in the comment above, Identity magazine was only launched in 2000 so the contents of it are less than 10 years old.

  30. persephone — on 29th November, 2009 at 4:26 pm  

    “ The BNP have never endorsed violence, supported violence or been involved in violence. “

    Apart from when asking questions such as follows:

    ” Lee Barnes 09/28/2009 06:22 PM

    Persephone ;

    1) Whats your real name
    2) Where do you live
    3) Whats your job
    4) Where do you work

    If you arent prepared to answer those questions, then fuck off you boring twat.”

    http://www.pickledpolitics.com/archives/6032#co

    I don't expect he wanted these details just to pop over for a quick cuppa

  31. Binky — on 29th November, 2009 at 10:57 pm  

    Douglas – The censorship wall HERE is nation-specific and is desined to keep King Abdullah's innocent subjects
    safely shielded from naughtiness.

    However, the results can be erratic
    in the extreme.

    I mean, not just 'chicken breasts' and 'turkey thighs' but all sorts of oddities.

    Like your link to HP the other day was blocked so I had to go the long way round.

    However, a diligent surfer
    can find
    Haaretz and the Jerisalem Post with no
    difficulty and even
    some of Mario Tauzin's deliciously saucy pictures.

  32. Paul Hill — on 4th January, 2010 at 3:09 pm  

    His name does not appear on leaked list

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