POLITICALITE has been given exclusive information about the current goings on of Britain First and their progress in building what party leader Paul Golding described to us as a ‘political street army’.
Last weekend, in Coventry, Britain First deployed around forty street activists and distributed almost ten thousand leaflets to the public.
Catching-up with Party leader, Gold, he told us that: ‘Britain First does not publicise its activities, preferring to launch surprise operations instead of appealing for large crowds.’
‘In the last two weeks alone, over one hundred street activists have signed up,’ said Paul Golding.
‘We’re struggling to process and vet these activists quickly enough, placing them in strong regional teams on Telegram.’
At the height of the social media era before censorship, Britain First enjoyed a support base of almost 3 million patriots worldwide.
Paul Golding faces his final prosecution verdict next Thursday in Ballymena, Northern Ireland.
Paul and another activist were charged with ‘using insulting words in public’and for distributing leaflets criticising mass immigration.
Britain First held street rallies in Ballymena and attracted hundreds of angry locals, fed-up with the influx of Romanian gypsies into the town.
The police tried to derail the popular campaign and its rallies by prosecuting Paul and slapping him with bail conditions; preventing him from carrying out any political activities in the whole of Northern Ireland.
‘The vast majority of the prosecutions and civil cases that have been slowing us down over the last year and a half have ended’ he told us. ‘This summer, we plan a relentless pace of activities all around the country.’
Politicalite will be publishing an in-depth interview with Paul shortly.
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