Friday, 4 May 2012

On this day May 4th:

On this day May 4th:
1471-War of the Roses: In England, Edward IV defeated a Lancastrian Army, killing Edward the Prince of Wales, at the Battle of Tewkesbury.
1814-Emperor Napoleon I of
France arrived at Portoferraio on the island of Elba to begin his exile.
1827-John Hanning Speke, the English explorer who discovered the source of the
Nile, was born in Bideford, Devon.
Chicago, Illinois, Jewish anarchists instigated a riot and a bomb was thrown at policemen trying to break up a red rally, killing eight and wounding 60. After a trial and being found guilty, 4 reds were hanged and 1 committed suicide in his cell.
1923-Bloody street battles between Nazis, communists and police in
Vienna, Austia.
1924-National Socialists won first seats in Reichstag despite being outlawed.
1945-Fedor von Bock, German field marshal along with his wife and daughter, were killed by a strafing British fighter-bomber
1945-German forces surrendered in
Holland, north Germany and Denmark.
1979-Margaret Thatcher became
Britain's first woman prime minister.Some of her first policies were to let thousands of Vietnamese boat people into Britain and the sell-out of White Rhodesia to black Marxists. Those who voted her into power and rejected the National Front were gullible fools and cowards. Even then as a 15 year old schoolboy and a supporter of the NF, I shook my head in disbelief at the stupidity of my fellow countrymen and women.
1982–20 sailors were killed when HMS Sheffield was hit by an Argentinian Exocet missile (supplied by France) during the Falklands War.
1983-Old age pensioner 63 year old Albert Mariner died in hospital after being killed by a mob of racial aliens intent on mayhem and murder stirred up by Labour agitators and led by white traitors. He was determined to attend a lawful meeting in support of a National Front candidate in Tottenham. Some 50 British patriots had to brave a mob of hundreds of black rioters while the police yet again lost control. Repeated calls for an inquiry into Albert's death predictably fell on deaf ears. Contrast with the Stephen Lawrence case.....

Albert Mariner lost his life in defence of you. Remember Albert Mariner. The quiet Englishman.

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