Monday, 26 May 2014

The Agony is Over

End of another election campaign. Thank god. Now I for one have no faith in the the Democratic system so I am glad that it is over. But dread the onslaught that will start next year.
 After seeing the results come in though it is a nice surprise that the traditional parties have had a shock to their arrogance and be beaten by a party they tried to write off as racists and even now that the country have made it clear they are fed up of the same lies and the same old boy systems.
 Another good thing with the European elections this time round is that a lot of Europe have gone more to the right. This is a positive step because hopefully one day in this country we may be able to have a true democracy and have a true right sided party but with that one time will only tell.
 Let's hope that things carry on moving in the right direction and one day we will be able to say that we are British and proud of it and not made to feel that we are wrong for wanting our country to be our own and run by our own.

Thursday, 13 February 2014

British National Socialist Women's Day

Some of you may not know anything about this day but it is our day. This is a day for us to celebrate what we are and that we are proud to be part of all that we do for our race, our land and our families.
 It is the same date every year and for those of you that don't know it is June the 6th. This year I would love to see us all meet up and do something special for it.
 Please get in touch with any ideas of things to do and places to go bear in mind some will have young children even babies with us. This year it is on a Friday.  So lets all get our thinking caps on and see what we can come up with please and hopefully it will be a great day and we can perhaps we can start a great new tradition.
 I'm thinking perhaps a day at the coast where we can either go and have a lunch together or even better if we have great weather a picnic on the beach. Or perhaps a natural beauty spot. There are so many possibility's. Please let me know.

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Hopes and Aims

Hello, a few updates for you. As well as our hopes and aims. The fund raising over the last year was a great success. Thank you all to helped by making rolls up and of course those of you that brought them.
 We had a great success with Northen Children's Christmas party. All the kids had a great time and the food was great thank you to all who brought some along. On a very sad note we had to cancel the East Mids party as not enough kids to make it all fun for them.
 I have had a lot of contact from ladies lately wanting to get more involved with the BMWD. I always try to reply as soon as possible but not always able to.

Some of you may wonder where and what we intend to do as the BMWD. We are as I see it the back bone to the BM, we are here to make sure the younger generation have some where to come when they realise that they are no longer living in a world that puts them first. We are here to support our men folk and even stand side by side with them when they are out fighting for what is right be it flash demo's, flash leafleting, supporting and attending meetings.One of our latest things that I am trying to sort is food for meetings and other events. So then any funds that are raised at these events more can go to the BM. We are also here to help those that need it from the youngest baby to the eldest person. Be that if they just need to see a friendly face to chat to for a an hour once a week.
 Basicly we are trying to build a support network for all involved also for those who just need a bit of help.
 As most will know who were at the agm last year. We are trying to start clothing banks up for young families because as most of us know starting a family is not easy or cheap. For this we need some one in each area to be the collector and sorter. All we say is if someone uses the service that once there little ones have grown out of the stuff they return it so someone else can benefit.
 We are also trying to organise more family events along with the Young Wolf section of the BM. These at the moment are still in planning but we are looking at a two day bike ride with a camp out for mainly the Young Wolf but a lot of help will be needed. We are hoping to have a two day camp out where all families can meet up in a beautiful part of our land.
 As most will know that the clothing bank idea is not my own and credit is due to some one else. Same as the next idea is not my idea but a great idea just the same and one I will try to put into action in our local area, that is to have a support network to help folk who are in hospital so they have a friendly face to visit them also if needed someone to check on their home and perhaps do their washing and help out with other tasks while they are in hospital, also if needed some extra support when they come out.
If any one as any thing they wish to see any thing on the blog please get in touch or you just want more info on any thing. You can use the contact box on the side or email bmwd14@gmail.com.
 But the main thing for the BMWD is to maintain and stand by the 14 words. Another quote from one of our ladies "we are the vixens and we are holding and protecting the BM and the 14 words in our arms .

Sunday, 24 November 2013

Sorry

Hello folks sorry not posted in a while but we have been very busy with all sorts in our house. We have had birthdays, normal eveyday life and busy organising the kids Christmas parties. As you will see from the pictures below. We will try to get more posted as a lot stuff is happening but as most women know not enough hours in the day to get every thing done.

Monday, 21 October 2013

Samhain (Halloween)

 
  This ancient celebration has turned into another commercial business money maker and is far from what the original celebrations were about.
  The Celts are believed to have started the celebrations.  It is believed to have been the most important of the ancient Celtic feast.
  The feast of samhain has so many different aspects to it.
  It marked the beginning of the new dark season (winter) into the light season (spring) which is believed is how the Celts saw the cycle of the year. They believed that new beginnings started with the seed below the ground in the dark and come into the light just as the seasons do.
  The Celtic day of celebration began at dusk at the beginning of the cold dark night and ended at dusk at the end of warmth and light.  As with the year cycle.
  They would celebrate the gathering in of the harvest and the bringing down and in of the livestock from the summer pastures. They would feast on the best of the harvest and some of the livestock. They would also cast the bones of the feasted livestock on to the bonfire. 
  The bonfire was the main focus of the celebrations and the settlements and villages would have a great bonfire. Where they would have rituals and offerings as thanks for the harvest also along side of this some of the offerings and rituals would be for the wishes and healing for the coming year. The great bonfires were also thought to have protective and cleansing powers.
  Before the big feast and bonfire the villages would clean through their home and put out all the fires in the hearth.  They would then relight them at the end of the celebrations with a flames from the great bonfire. Which then they believed bonded the families and also brought them blessings for the new beginnings for the new year to come.
  The date of samhain is nearly the half way point between the autumn equinox and winter solstice.  This is a reason why the Celts believed the world of spirit could pass easier over to the world of the earth bound on this day.  As part of the celebrations the Celts would set places for the souls of kin to join them for the celebrations and offer food and drink to them.  But there were also unwanted souls that came back through. So the younger Celts would dress up as ghouls and run round causing havoc to ward these unwanted souls away.  Most of the homes would have a jack o lantern at the door, these were traditionally made out of turnips or sugar beat.
  My main reason for posting this is I have a hope that our community could start our own traditions based on the Celtic festival. They don't have to be big gatherings just a few folks enjoying and celebrating together around a bonfire with some food and our children dressed up and having fun.
  We all live far and wide so if you have a couple of families that live close enough, invite them round and have fun. But to make a true tradition please try to keep the date as the 31st of October. I know this is hard with most folk working different shifts but it is one night.

 
The following is some suggestions for food with a samhain feel and a bit of fun for the children.
 
BANGERS AND EYEBALLS
Ingredients:- 2 potatoes, a pinch of salt, a knob of butter, a splash of milk.
Method:- Boil the potatoes until they are ready to be mashed, mash the potatoes adding the butter, milk and season to taste, mould the mashed potato into balls, make a thumb imprint in the top and cook in the oven for 20 minutes at 160'c, pour ketchup into the imprint and serve with sausages and more ketchup.
 
POOL OF BLOOD SOUP WITH BOBBING BODY BITS
Ingredients:- Can of tomato soup, 2tsp of butter, 2 small onions, 2 tomatoes chopped into 8 pieces, some small whole mushrooms.
Method:- Saute the onions in the butter, meanwhile heat up the soup in saucepan, once the onions are golden add them to the soup with tomatoes and mushrooms, simmer until the vegetables are cooked and ready to eat, serve with torn chunks of bread.
 
DEAD FINGERS
Ingredients:- 250g butter, 250g granulated sugar, 750g plain flour, 1 pkt almonds.
Method:- Combine all 3 ingredients and knead the dough onto a floured surface until it cracks, form the dough into finger shapes, make markings of knuckles and wrinkles also imprint a almond for the nail, bake at 275c'c for about 40 minutes, checking regularly until lightly brown, once cooked and cooled use some icing to stick the almond on for the nail.
 
CELTIC BISCUITS
Ingredients:- 175g self raising flour, 110g margarine, 50g sugar.
Method:- Preheat the oven to 150'c 300'f or gas mark 2, grease a lg baking tray, beat the butter with a wooden spoon until soft then beat in the sugar, add the flour, bring the mixture together with a spoon, form into small balls and flatten, arrange on the baking tray and bake for 30 minutes and cool on a wire rack.
 
 
 


Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Hello and welcome to the women's division blog.

British Movement Women's Division, is the female side to the BM, we are here to help the men folk and be a back bone of support when needed also having our own projects to run along side all the main movement and youth section. As I see it we are not about hate we are here to help our race and great nation survive. Through history all the great men have had strong women behind them and I hope we can all help our great men get where we need to be.
I have finally succumbed to the pressure to start a blog up and hopefully I can keep it updated with stuff that you all want to read about.
Yes some of my views and thoughts might seem old fashioned but at times some of the old ways are the best.