- Jim Dowson is reportedly working with the Shipka Bulgarian National Front
- They patrol country’s borders hunting down asylum seekers from Turkey
- British nationalist Dowson says border must be defended from invaders
- He describes the patrols as a “fight between good and evil, and a fight for Christ”
Jim Dowson, from Airdrie, Scotland, the founder of the Britain First movement, has been filmed working alongside the armed Shipka Bulgarian National Movement.
In one clip he stands alongside masked and heavily armed men, who are looking for illegal migrants on the border.
He also says they have to carry out the patrols because Europe’s borders are not being protected by governments.
Meanwhile in another clip he tells the Bulgarian patrol: ‘Remember the forces of Islam once got as far as Vienna. Now they are as far as John O’Groats in Scotland and more and more are coming in.’
Speaking to the camera, he went on: “We are on the Bulgarian Turkish border on patrol and looking for illegals. The dedication these guys have got is very impressive.
The borders of Europe are being protected more by these men than our governments.
Today, the Knights Templar International brought along vests and ballistics and drones and night vision, stuff that these guys desperately need.
A big thank you to supporters in America and the Philippines and other countries who have contributed to this.
These are men and women, mainly ex-forces, doing it in their own free time, facing all sorts of risks and dangers.
“These are good people and they’re very very deserving of your support.”
Britain First was founded by Dowson, a former British National Party member in 2011 but he quit the movement in 2014.
It hit the headlines after invading mosques in Glasgow, Bradford, Luton and London with Bibles offered to Muslim worshipers.
The party, which received 20,000 votes in European elections, wants ‘assisted repatriation’, a halt to further immigration, and the deportation of all asylum seekers. It also wants all foreign criminals to be deported without recourse to the courts.