Conservative Democratic Alliance
a Political Prisoner
& the BNP
London WC1N 3X X
Police Torture a Political Prisoner
On 18 November 2008 a copy of a BNP
members list was published on the internet and thus began
a train of events that is destined to be one of history's
turning points. It revealed to a trusting public what the
authorities are really like. These decent people who are supposed
to be looking after our interests now stand exposed as totalitarians
who will do anything however oppressive and tyrannical to
of the public will be surprised at how oppressed the British
people are unless they remain quiescent and only do permitted
activities like watch telly, support sports teams and go to
If they dare speak out or campaign against certain injustices
they will be persecuted and even brutalised.
There are many in this country who sincerely believe in freedom
and democracy and while they thought they occupied the moral
high ground condemning racism by whites a totalitarian, undemocratic
structure was being created to oppress whites. (1) Did they
ever think that in the home of Democracy and the Mother of
Parliaments - Rule of Law and representative Democracy, the
police would torture a political prisoner?
There was even incitement
to violence from the established
Mirror columnist Brian Reade wrote in mock-worried tones:
"Let's hope black radical groups don't get hold of those
BNP members." Reade ironically pretended: "I'm worried
about the 12,000 BNP members whose names and addresses have
been leaked on the internet. I pray their details don't fall
into the hands of any of those black radical groups known
to take a very dim view of white neo-Nazis. It would be truly
awful if anything nasty happened to these nice people wouldn't
His wish was partially realised as pensioners across the country
had their property vandalised and received threatening phone
calls after they were targeted as BNP members.
In Cheltenham widow Natalia Colthurst received six threatening
calls, in which she was asked her name and why she supports
the BNP. The caller warned "we know where you live".
The 72-year-old, who lives in Whaddon Road, was advised by
bereavement councillors to join social groups when her husband
died in 2006. The former language teacher said after two BNP
meetings early last year, she and her elderly friend realised
it wasn't for them and broke with the party.
The house of George and June Papps on Lysons Avenue, Gloucester,
was vandalised, with graffiti saying BNP Scum scrawled on
a wall. The couple, aged 79 and 77, are both recovering from
cancer and said they were singled-out because their son, who
has moved away, is a member. (2)
Another eye-opener for trusting members of the public is British
bobbies torturing a political prisoner. Merseyside police
tortured one of 13 BNP activists they arrested to take his
fingerprints and DNA to add him to national Database. The
media have not covered this but from personal interviews I
learned what happened.
The victim related: "They then somehow applied a tremendous
pressure behind my ears, inflicting great pain. They then
pulled my head back so far that my windpipe was restricted,
and while I was gasping for air, applied pressure to the front
of my neck as well," he said. Nearly collapsing from
the pain and lack of oxygen, he was then unable to prevent
the policemen from taking his fingerprints. This caused a
deep gash in his forehead.
Next they grabbed hold of my nose, and once again somehow
applied the most penetrating pressure to the back of my neck,
forcing my mouth open to take a DNA swab," he continued.
The episode lasted at least a quarter of an hour, and the
victim was left shaken and in pain. Photographs taken shortly
afterwards clearly showed bleeding from wounds sustained behind
both his ears. They applied some kind of pressure to his arms
and his side, once again leaving considerable bruising, evidenced
again by photographs taken shortly after his release.
This similar to how the Americans torture political prisoners
at Guantanamo Bay (3):
"The military police inflicted so much pain, Mr Aamer
said he thought he was going to die. The MPs pressed on pressure
points all over his body: his temples, just under his jawline,
in the hollow beneath his ears. They choked him. They bent
his nose so hard he thought it would break."
Here is a technical analysis of what they did to the political
prisoner in Liverpool: they were applying pressure to the
transverse processes of the first cervical vertebra. It's
taught as a pressure point in both Karate and Ju-jitsu, either
to strike at, or press, to break a grip or grapple.
You may cause the atlanto-occipital joint to cavitate by doing
this which is like cracking the knuckles, except that this
done at the base of the skull and it will probably frighten
anyone who doesn't understand what is going on. They might
think their neck has been broken!
"They then pulled my head back so far that my windpipe
was restricted, and while I was gasping for air, applied pressure
to the front of my neck as well," he said. Nearly collapsing
from the pain and lack of oxygen. He was then unable to prevent
the policemen from taking his fingerprints.
Pulling the head back forcefully can and will break the neck.
You will either die very quickly or become parplegic and confined
to a wheelchair for life or tetraplegic like Christopher Reeve,
depending on the location of the fracture and how far any
bone fragments from the vertical lamina enter the spinal cord
itself. Attacking the trachea in the manner described can
also be fatal, but a fatality is more likely to occur from
a violent blow rather than pressure. It's not so much the
collapse of the trachea but disruption to the baro receptors
located at the bifurcation of the carotid artery. These control
blood pressure to the brain, and if sufficiently traumatised
can shut off blood supply to the brain permanently.
"Next they grabbed hold of my nose, and once again somehow
applied the most penetrating pressure to the back of my neck,
forcing my mouth open to take a DNA swab," Again, very
dangerous, but depends exactly on where the pressure is applied,
but a broken neck or avulsion of the dens could occur. The
dens is a little bit of bone about the size of the last phalange
of your little finger that acts as a pivot for the heads rotation.
It is sometimes avulsed or pulled off in whiplash victims.
It sits just posterior to the brain stem, in the area where
breathing is regulated, so you don't want a broken dens shoved
through that particular area!"