Remembrance of a murdered National Front member.

At 7:45pm on Tuesday 3rd May 1983, old-age pensioner and NF member Albert Mariner was walking to a National Front election meeting when he was struck on the head by a brick hurled from a “mainly black” mob of rioters.

They had been mobilised by an unlawful election leaflet issued by Labour Councillors of the London Borough of Haringay.
Albert was taken to hospital where he died the next day. The police refused to investigate the events which led to Albert’s death. At roughly the same time, a black man walked into a police station, killed himself by blowing his own head off with a shotgun, and there was a full public inquest into the matters surrounding his death.
Repeated calls for an inquiry into Albert’s murder were ignored and no-one from the Labour Party was ever even questioned about organising a mob to attack a perfectly legal election meeting. Imagine how the media would have howled and screamed if White Nationalists had killed one of the black rioters! The system’s press and TV went overboard when Kevin Gately and Blair Peach, both anti-NF rioters, died after headbutting police truncheons. Gately and Peach were committing crimes at the time they were fatally injured: Albert Mariner was going about his perfectly lawful business.

The System hopes that Albert is lying forgotten in his grave, but we will never forget this proud ex-serviceman, NF member and old-age-pensioner who died fighting for the country and people he loved.
Albert was a close friend of Ian Stuart who immortalised him in his song Sick Society. Sadly, Ian also lost his life in the same way – murdered by the enemies of our race – ten years later.

Rest in peace Albert Mariner – And what happened to the enquiry?!