Paul Hickman, 37, was a leading member of National Action, a party outlawed by UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd. Unlike the highly placed government minister, neither Paul Hickman nor National Action had anything to hide; both were transparent and law-abiding.
The mother of two daughters from a former marriage was accused of a conflict of interest after she outlawed the legitimate National Action Party. A former investment banker, Amber Rudd is in an intimate long-term relationship with 12 years junior Ghanaian Kwasi Alfred Addo Kwarteng. On the other hand, the controversial government minister and her henchmen, backed by police and media, have gone to great efforts to hide her common-law husband’s Ghanaian nationality.
The success of the National Action Party was in its organisational discipline. This enabled it to carry out hit-and-run demonstrations that could not be police controlled. Among its members were ex-servicemen since been labeled ‘terrorists’ by media and the governing regime.
Last year Hickman, of Norrington Road, Northfield, was charged with what government and media describe as ‘race hate offences’ after anti-immigration stickers were displayed at Aston University.
The court case scheduled for November 20 has been delayed until the victim’s death certificate has been produced. It can be presumed that the political dissident would still be alive had he not been hounded to his death by government, police, and media.