The British Movement’s own Benny Bullman was the opening speaker at the Heritage & Destiny memorial meeting held in Preston recently. As reported previously, this was the first H&D meeting since the Covid lockdown.
Benny, along with being a long-standing BM activist, is also the lead singer of the RAC band Whitelaw. Although the main theme was in memory of Colin Jordan, John Tyndall and Richard Edmonds, Benny reminded everyone that it was also the anniversary of another influential racial Nationalist, Ian Stuart.
He paid a moving tribute to Ian, the lead singer of the band Skrewdriver, who was also the founder of Blood & Honour. Ian Stuart was instrumental in awakening millions of White folk the world over with his inspiring lyrics and music.
He was born 65 years ago in the Lancashire town of Poulton-le-Fylde. Benny’s organisation Rock Against Communism had a few days earlier held a commemoration for the 29th anniversary of Ian’s death.
Benny also spoke passionately about his work with the BM’s ‘Looking After Our Own’ campaign, which aims to help comrades’ facing hardship, be that with bereavement costs, family hardship or, if necessary, supporting families of comrades persecuted and imprisoned by the state.
A full report on the October 2022 H&D meeting can be found here:
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