National Action timeline
Ben Raymond, Alex Davies and the former leader of the Young BNP, Daniel Lake, launch a recorded discussion about the creation of a new far-right group that would ‘wipe away the dregs and the losers’ of the British far-right, attracting younger more violent and militant members.
National Action release their 11-page “strategy and promotion” document. With a startling design, it falls short in coherent content, and is contradictory in parts but it is a robust presentation. A new movement, full of confidence, is born.
National Action launch their website.
Paul Hickman, a BNP regional organiser for the West Midlands, performs a “banner drop” for the group over a motorway bridge.
December 31 2013
National Action announce themselves as a revolutionary youth group on the worldwide far-right forum, “Stormfront.”
National Action violently disrupt a meeting at Warwick University, repeating allegations of sexual assault against leading members of the Socialist Workers Party.
Garron Helm jailed for sending abusive and threatening tweets to Liverpool MP Luciana Berger. This unleashes “Operation Get Jew Bitch” which encourages Nazis across the world to send offensive and threatening messages to the MP.
10 National Action activists arrested on their way to the offices of Luciana Berger MP.
Zack Davies, a member of National Action, attempts to murder a Sikh dentist who happened to be on his lunch break at Tesco in Mold, North Wales. Davies was following the mantra of “White Jihad” that National Action espoused. As news of the attack spread, those who would immediately falsely claim the perpetrator was a Muslim extremist would be far-right leaders Paul Weston and Nick Griffin.
National Action members, many of them masked, hold a “White Man” march and rally in Newcastle. Matt Hankinson tell the crowd that there will be casualties and innocent people will be victims of a forthcoming race war.
National Action film themselves defacing a Jewish monument in Birmingham.
National Action members forced to hide in “left luggage” office at Liverpool’s Lime Street Station after a failed attempt to march in the city.
National Action unfurl a ‘Hitler was Right’ banner in the centre of Liverpool.
HOPE not hate expose one of the speakers at the Newcastle banner unfurling as Ryan Fleming, a convicted sex offender.
Riots in Liverpool as National Action attempt to return to the city with the aid of Polish football hooligans and fascists from the North West Infidel drug gang.
Jack Renshaw makes speech in Blackpool calling Jews and immigrants “vermin.” He was subsequently prosecuted and convicted for this speech.
Renshaw, speaking to a Yorkshire Forum meeting in Leeds, calls for Jews to be hunted down. He was subsequently prosecuted and convicted for this speech.
National Action involved in clashes in York after arriving at The Minster with another pro-Hitler banner.
Labour MP Jo Cox murdered. National Action adopt her killer, Tommy Mair as a mascot and his murderous slogan, “death to traitors freedom for Britain” as their own in honour of their new hero.
NA members march in Berwick in complete black uniform and masks.
Darlington march by NA, accompanyed by professional propaganda video. The speaker at the event was Nicholas Waugh from Aberdeenshire.
National Action leader Chris Lythgoe restructures organisation into regional groups.
National Action hold town centre protest in St Helens where Andrew Clarke warns shoppers of the Jewish vermin and sub-human hordes invading the country.
National Action is banned by then Home Secretary Amber Rudd.