Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Radio Free Britain

I have moved to Radio Free Britain, I am now blogging full time on that site. It will be a daily blog with a radio show every Sunday evening to start.

The site has an email address and we would love to here from you. We would also like to give people the chance to air their views through an interview, etc.

We are not politically correct, we are just conservative nationalists that oppose the corruption and sellout by the liberal elite and oppose the integration of our country into the E.U. superstate.

Our other main aim is to highlight any form of socialist/marxist mismanagement that has plague this land for far too long. Please come along and add yourselves to our followers to show your support.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

RFB News: Radio Broadcast Listinigs for Sunday 4th October

We have sorted out the gremlins, so the sound quality should be spot on this week; 6.00pm start. If you go through CP Internet radio site, we recommend using Real Player.

6.00pm Nationalist News

6.10pm Rock Show with The Drewmeister - from Wales all the latest in Hard Rock, and Metal, This is loud and very heavy; you have been warned.

7.00pm Nationalist News

7.10pm Rock n Roll show - Biggles takes you through the years with topical conversation and news

8.00pm Nationalist News

8.10pm V for Vendetta - Vendetta tells you as it is classic rock and retro pop music.

9.00pm Nationalist News

9.10pm General music and chat. Next week we will have extended interviews with the leading lights of the English Democrats including the Chairman Robin Tilbrook and Doncaster Mayor Peter Davies and topical Conversation.

10.00pm Nationalist News

10.10pm A talk from Leading Nationalist followed by conversation and music.

11.00pm Nationalist News followed by National Anthem and Close

If you have any requests, comments or have trouble connecting then please feel free to email us at: - with your views - with your music requests - if you have news or events that you would like us to mention

Websites carrying the radio - V for Vendetta: Independent - The Beacon: Independent - Biggles: Independent

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

I am moving home

Bugs in Beds will be closing down at the end of the month as V for Vendetta is moving home, I would like to thank all my readers and followers and to also let you know that you can follow me on the new blog.

I will be one of the contributors for Radio Free Britain, it's at

Why not tune in every Sunday and listen to our live show starting at 7pm.

Radio Free Britain invited to the English Democrats AGM

This post was written by the Bedfordshire Beacon for Radio Free Britain.
I had a long conversation with the Chairman of the English Democrats, Robin Tilbrook on the phone a couple of weeks ago and was invited down to their AGM for an interview.

The idea was to go down, get an interview then rush back to broadcast on Sunday. However that wasn't to be.

Upon my arrival I was welcomed by Mr. Tilbrook and we spoke at length for some time.
Robin Tilbrook stands over six feet tall and is the stereo typical old cliché of a charming English gent. Well mannered, soft spoken, highly educated solicitor.

The venue at the Thistle hotel Brands Hatch, was very professionally laid out as were the presentations. The atmosphere warm friendly and inviting. Looking around the room, I would have put the average member attending the AGM from late thirties up not including the EDY youth group.

It wasn't long before Mr. Tilbrook introduced me to Doncaster Mayor Peter Davies with whom I also gave a short interview. Mr. Davies was a completely different to Robin Tilbrook in many ways.

The Doncaster Mayor was short in statue and spoke in a Northern accent. Peter Davies was straight forward and didn't hold back on what he wanted to say. He knows common sense well and lives by it. I didn't always agree with some of this comments through understood why he was so successful for the English Democrats.

I was to receive a bonus with a short talk with the heads of the new Workers of England Trade Union who have tied themselves to the English Democrats and reject other unions who tie themselves to Labour.

As there was so much information to be told, we decided to make it into a half hour special to be broadcast next Sunday to be followed up with a in-depth blog after the broadcast.

Beacon for RFB

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Bedford Mayoral Candidate Tony Hare has my vote

This man is the only alternative to the left, the Tory Parvez Akhtar is in my mind highly suspect to say the least and I have been told there are a lot of dead links on the web; got something to hide? So vote independent blue, he's a real Tory and keep the Reds out of Bedford.

Former borough councillor and Character Tony Hare believes he has a number of policies to offer that none of his opponents can match. He said: "We owe it to future generations to elect an independent mayor, acceptable to all, who will continue the work to make our part of Bedfordshire a place that all residents are proud to call home."

Mr Hare was leader of the Conservative group at Borough Hall in 2002, the same year that Mr Branston was first elected mayor. He said he will look at policies that other candidates have not included in their manifestos.

These include introducing a 'shop a thief' initiative, where people who tell police when they know someone has committed a crime can receive a suggested £1,000 reward.
He advocates 'river buses' into town along the Ouse, which he believes would be a significant tourist attraction.

Mr Hare also announced himself in favour of keeping Bedford Borough's three-tier school system, rather than scrap middle schools as Mr Branston had controversially proposed. Mr Hare said this week: "I believe in the saying: 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it'. "Three-tier works, and this year's exam results for students in the borough are good.

Mr Hare believes in the spirit of 66 referring to the World Cup, the team was full of characters and that he infers that's what why we won (true Brit grit).

Ray Hostler has dropped out of the election for the new Mayor of Bedford. The independent candidate announced his decision on Tuesday, he said he was backing fellow independent candidate Apu Bagchi. (both lefties)

Highest number of uninsured drivers are in crowded Asian area

One in 10 drivers is uninsured in Britain's major cities - with Bradford the worst offender. In one Bradford postcode half of motorists are uninsured while 13% of people in Greater London lack documents.

According to the industry-funded Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) an estimated 1.7 million drivers have no insurance. The MIB's database of insurance policies is used by the police to identify uninsured drivers.

It shows that roughly half the vehicles registered in Bradford's BD3 city centre postcode area have no insurance. Figures just released show the worst cities overall are Greater London, Merseyside with 12% and Manchester with 10%. The uninsured drivers cost every policy holder an extra £30 to fund the losses they cause.

BD3 postcode : The demographics and housing often found in this and similar postcodes, means this postcode is classed as crowded Asian terraces. Very high concentrations of neighbourhoods fitting this profile are found in Bradford, Southall, Blackburn, East London and Birmingham.