Looking After Our Own!

Small scale but appreciated hand-outs for the homeless.

LOOKING AFTER OUR OWN! The British Movement social welfare project. Modern British National Socialism in action.

The British Movement social welfare project ‘Looking After Our Own’ is built on the model set down by the National Socialist DAP in the 1920’s and 1930’s; “Winterhilfeswerke” (WHW -Winter Help) and the later NSV.

Street propaganda campaigns help to spread the word.
Food hand outs for the homeless
Feeding the homeless, a BM activist giving hand-outs to the homeless in central Manchester :- there are over 7,000 homeless on the streets of Manchester and Salford, the majority are White British. But illegal immigrants and ‘asylum seekers’ are house in hotels and multi occupancy private rental houses at tax-payer’s expense. The Home Office pays out millions per week to house, feed, clothe, provide medical treatment etc. to ‘migrants’ but gives nothing to the British homeless.
LOOKING AFTER OUR OWN!

Over the last twelve years or more British Movement has operated an on-going social welfare project ‘Looking After Our Own!’ which has fund raised, also ran collections at BM meetings called ‘Bring a Tin’, which organised food parcels for unemployed BM members, supporters and their families. This operated across the counties of England and Wales, as well as an experimental project in Northern Ireland. In Scotland, ‘Looking After Our Own!’ fund raised to cover funeral costs for bereaved BM families. ”Looking After Our Own!’ has also raised significant cash support for both BM members and known British Nationalists suffering from terminal illness or disabling conditions. The point being is that where State services fail to support, the NS network steps up.

Bring A Tin’ collection of foodstuff in Ulster awaiting distribution to impoverished families.
Ulster: The ‘Looking After Our Own” campaigns made it clear to those receiving the donated foodstuff exactly which organisation was behind the distribution.
No one ever refused the offered support.
Laying the foundations of the NS Folk Community.

Building strong support amongst White British folk is part and parcel of community politics, it demonstrates to non-political people exactly what British National Socialism is about and generates grass roots support for British Movement, especially in White working-class communities.

Building a support network outside the services provided by the State.
This is the first step towards the BM project -‘Community Build’.

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