The disgraceful fascists who run Britain’s police force have forced a 14 year veteran of the Greater Manchester Police to resign simply because he was seen wearing a BNP badge while off duty at a football match.
Stuart Janaway, 36, from Irlam in Salford, wore the BNP badge to a game at Old Trafford in September 2006, while he was off duty.
The fascists held a “misconduct hearing”�last Friday after an investigation by the force’s Professional Standards Branch. As a result, police said Mr Janaway was “required to resign.”
Chief fascist, Acting Assistant Chief Constable Terry Sweeney, head of the Professional Standards Branch, disgraced his uniform by telling the press that “Item six of the Chief Constable’s Order of 2004…makes it clear that officers are banned from being members of the BNP.”
Somehow Sweeney ignored the fact that it is perfectly legal to be a police officer and a member of the Communist Party, or any Islamic group in Britain, even those who have definitively been linked to terrorist incidents.
It is also important to bear in mind that the police officer was not even a member of the BNP.
The institutional anti-white racism which permeates society is nowhere better illustrated with this incident, which also shows the utter fear in which the ruling elite live. For good reason as well: When the BNP comes to power, these traitors will be made to pay for their crimes.