Białystok is one of the biggest cities in the eastern part of Poland. For a long time Catholics, Orthodox and Muslims have lived in the one area. Białystok is also full of people from Caucasus. Only one far right organisation was able to set up there and be active. Unfortunately this organisation is Blood & Honour.
For many years the local antifascist group Antifa Wildeast have fought both against B&H and local authorities - which not only tolerates Nazis but also helps them. In 2010 police arrested 100 antifascists just before their demonstration started. They arrested them although they didn’t anything wrong. They were just attacked by small group of nazis who used knives.
The antifascists arrested were taken to one place with three B&H members including Artur Wysocki and Marcin Łukaszczuk. The three nazis could do everything they wanted. They could smoke cigarettes, look into mobile phones taken from antifascist by police. One of the officers was taking photos of faces using his private mobile phone and showed them. Connections with local authorities gave Blood & Honour many chances to attack people without punishment. They were terrorising Rromany (Gipsies) and attacking local football fans regularly.
Recently they tried to burn flat of immigrant from Pakistan. One day they attacked an Armenian boxer who defended himself. Police arrested the boxer and the judge gave him probation. A few days later nazis attacked him again using machetes. Faces of two nazis mentioned here by name were recorded but police didn’t do anything.
On Easter night Blood & Honor attacked again. They came into disco club called Pub Fiction and said that they will clean up leftists. Workers of the club kicked them out but one man and one woman were injured by knives. The man died yesterday.
The situation in Białystok is probably the worst in all of Poland. Local authorities allowed two B&H members to organise a gang which terrorises the city.
Photo shows Blood & Honor on the 11th of November march organised in 2009 by National Radical Camp and All Polish Youth. Two nationalist organisations which official denies that they have anything in common with neonazi movement.