NORTHERN IRELAND: Britain First returns to the streets of Ballymena!

Britain First Northern Ireland (BFNI) returned to the streets of Ballymena this weekend after the fascist arrest of party leader Paul Golding late last year.

Around ten activists campaigned in the town centre of Ballymena for several hours, distributing hundreds of leaflets to the public.

Local residents are now approaching BFNI asking to stand as candidates in May's local elections due to the surge in immigration into the town.

BFNI is highly active and intends to hold relentless activities throughout 2019.

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    • Jamie Hall
      commented 2019-01-22 08:21:05 +0000
      Great show of strength troops role on 2019 Britain first
    • William Kuhn
      commented 2019-01-21 19:59:47 +0000
      Great work, fellas!
    • James Nicholls
      commented 2019-01-20 12:23:01 +0000
      That’s a very positive start of the year for Northern Ireland, well done. Perhaps try putting posters up at popular public places because unlike the leaflets the posters will stay there the whole time and therefore in the long run get more public attention. Leaflets are very effective, but the trouble is after reading them a lot of people tend to forget about them whereas if you put posters up then they’ll be some people that have to walk past those posters every day on the way to work for example, they won’t forget basically which will give them more motivation, more of a chance of joining and that’ll probably help promote Britain First even more than the leaflets. The posters might cost a bit to keep them there but I imagine it’ll probably be well worth the money. That’s just my advice, take it or leave it.