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 Post subject: Appalling bad judgement / What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 5:59 pm 
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In Nick Griffin, we have a minor and third-rate politician from a no-hoper party with next to no electoral prospects in the UK, a dysfunctional organisation, minuscule membership and precious few funds – espousing an incoherent political doctrine which would fall apart if seriously challenged. Through the vagaries of the proportional representation system, he has managed to get himself and a colleague elected to the empty posts of the EU parliament members, which has given him a certain status and notoriety, reinforced by the inability of mainstream parties to mount an effective counter.

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Having enlisted a number of retired generals and Andy McNab, "the renowned SAS hero" in a rather dubious campaign against a registered (and therefore legal) political party, the "Nothing British" campaign against "extremism and racism" is organising a Breakfast Meeting tomorrow.

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 6:37 pm 
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It did not take long to identify that Spitfire, marked RF-D, as a MkVb flown by 303 Kościuszko Squadron (pictured), pilot S/Ldr Jan Zumbach, who scored eight kills during the Battle of Britain, with 13 in total.

Picturing an aircraft from a famous Polish squadron was inept enough, but the ignorance of the BNP also allowed it to feature an aircraft mark which was not issued to squadrons until early 1942, well after the Battle of Britain had ended.


How many of our Polish immigrants will be eligible to vote in 2010? Are they concentrated in BNP target seats?

I've met a couple of university educated blue-collar/service Polish immigrant workers who knew all about the BNP and were not shy in claiming they would vote for no other party - why should they, the British are stupid, nothing like what has happened here would ever happen in Poland (which I doubt). At least one of them was eligible to vote.

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
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If the photo was a bono fide Douglas Bader spit exactly as it was at the time, would anyone be talking about it months later?
It is still making publicity for the BNP.

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:01 pm 
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Yep, they may have been accused of insensitivity if they invoked Douglas Bader - his family might have said he would never have voted for the BNP etc, that BNP were exploiting him. That would have got the "War spirit" generation against the BNP - not what they want. Also using a Polish Spitfire the BNP can metaphorically bridge the "xenophobia" accusation. I'm tempted to believe there is more smarts behind this imagery than Dr. North gives them credit for. The proper way to criticise the BNP might actually be that they are too pro-Europe, that they'd have no problem with the EU, and all the whites that run it, just so long as they were calling the shots. Like my opinion of UKIP I don't think the BNP are the game-changers.

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:05 pm 
Yet another nice post Richard.


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 7:20 pm 
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What they cannot bring themselves to acknowledge is that the reason many voters actually tick the box for the BNP is precisely because the BNP is as loathsome as they claim. Such votes are a statement that, however abhorrent the BNP may be, the established parties are worse.

The nail on the head have you precisely hit.
The man in the street may be apathetic & hedonistic but, if he went to a half decent school, he can probably read if the print is big enough & the words aren't too long and, more important, he is probably street-wise & can see a scam before it's been thrown at him.
The main parties tell him that BNP=BAD & that some are thugs & some may even have done some porridge...It doesn't tax his reasoning to know that many in the main parties should be doing time but, being priviledged, have got away with it...so far...and that goes for both crapulously mendacious Houses.
He may know, if he is of a like mind with most readers of this blog, even, that it was not the BNP who got us into the present economic morass...nor did they sell our birthright to an unelected, alien, dictatorial bureaucracy...the BNP didn't sell our gold reserves by announcing the intended sale & achieving the lowest possible price...nor are they currently selling off what few assets we have left
He knows that the BNP did not introduce the appallingly divisive religion of 'political correctness' which has made anyone with a grudge a victim and brought more in(s)ane laws onto the Statute Book than stars in the firmament.
He probably knows that the BNP did not introduce us to that biggest of all-time scams which is AGW; designed to make a few folk very, very rich...and roofless paupers of the rest of us.

To read the MSM...and we all know how brilliant that is and, to my great sorrow, some good folk on this blog, it would seem that the BNP's most terrible & unforgivable error is not knowing one Spitfire from another. (during WW2 I was for a short time in flak & knew all that flew.)...FFS...today only an interested specialist knows such details...exactly what species is the official German Eagle?...It's a fornicating bloody eagle, that's what FCOL.

Rather than get their own miserable acts together & put their own middens of houses in order, the main parties are throwing shit, of which they naturally have an endless supply, at the BNP
They are likely to reap a very bitter harvest.

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
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WitteringsfromWitney wrote:
Yet another nice post Richard.



:lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:39 pm 
The BNP can't even compete with the Mainstream parties for fascist atrocities: http://a-place-to-stand.blogspot.com/20 ... -nazi.html


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 9:21 pm 
It's completely irrelevant what a bunch of Conservatives say about the BNP. The people who vote for it are natural Labour supporters, anyway.

Likewise, the opinions of a handful of 'top brass' are unlikely to sway proletarian opinions.

There is something unsavoury about the BNP. Equally, there is something unsavoury about the orchestrated campaign being waged by the establishment against it - so much so that I think it could well backfire and win these socialists the sympathy usually afforded the underdog in this country.


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 9:57 pm 
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It's completely irrelevant what a bunch of Conservatives say about the BNP.
Too right, Squire.

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The people who vote for [the BNP] are natural Labour supporters, anyway.
Untrue. I'm not, and neither are others I know. We are all natural tory supporters, real tories that is.

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There is something unsavoury about the BNP.
You think they're sweet? I do, but I'd rather vote for them than eat them, unlike Idi Amintoosay
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...could well backfire and win these socialists the sympathy...
Agreed, and I hope it does. But you seem to imply there are non-socialists to vote for. Just who would they be?

In any case, socialism or no, that's the least of our problems. A people can recover from socialism. We've been living under it for decades anyway. But that's very small beer in the grand scheme of things now.


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
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In any case, socialism or no, that's the least of our problems.

Socialists believe that government can be efficient (bless) and as such government bureaucracy is alright.
The enemy is faceless bureaucracy from the town council via the EU to the UN, trying to fight this with socialism is like trying to put out a fire with petrol.

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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:46 pm 
I started to support the BNP about a couple of years ago - I think it was the election of David Cameron as leader of the 'opposition' that tipped the balance, and since then I have donated several thousand pounds and even done some leafletting. Why has someone as naturally apolitical as I am joined the BNP? It's because I can see with my own eyes that the Establishment is lying to me. There was not one single national or local institution barring the armed forces which was not infiltrated and turned to political correctness, and now the armed forces have succumbed. Only the BNP remains and if its origins are questionable, so what? The Fabian origins of Labour are absolutely treacherous because Fabians have worked ceaselessly to abolish the nation state.


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:48 pm 
So all (so-called) socialists look the same to you, Sandy? If they do, then why are others, even other avowed socialists, for example, getting so worked up?

I wonder if there's something different about the BNP. Something that might have a bearing on Britain's attitude to the EU and UN and their faceless dickhead diktats.

By the way, you forgot to mention the other problem: immigration and immigrunts.

Right now the BNP seems to me to be the single one-stop shop where a man can get the biggest bang for his buck in oh so many ways. Lovely. Just the ticket.


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 11:24 pm 
This is why I support the BNP:

http://bnp.org.uk/2009/10/the-ethnic-cl ... f-britain/

Now does anybody actually favour what is happening?


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 Post subject: Re: What are they worried about?
PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2009 11:47 pm 
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Alternatively a good proportion of our women could get out of the workplace, cancel that beach holiday, and start having some kids themselves.

In a game of Malthusian 'Chicken' would you rather be in the HGV or the Mini? As the hippies said, make love not war.

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