UKIP is becoming a bit like the SDP of yesteryear which had lots of nice but ineffectual people flocking to join it but to no end effect. If the BNP is as nasty as everybody says, then the BNP is what is needed because the internal threat to the country is so great and so different to anything before that nasty measures will be needed to save us. As a member of and activist for the BNP, I can confirm that I am not nasty and unfortunately nor are any of the members whom I have met to-date.
Exactly. Well said, Allan. Moreover anyone who thinks otherwise is making a grave mistake. UKIP is not up to the job that needs doing here, now. Simple.
Auntie Rosie wrote:
I felt so profoundly ENGLISH, and PROUD of it.
I think people are at last waking up, and we must get our country back.
I'm very inclined to agree with all you say. A major problem, however, is:
Auntie Rosie wrote:
I detest Nationalism, and xenophobia, etc., I don't hate anyone!
Ha. While you
might not hate anyone, I do hope you are aware that there are plenty in this country now who hate you and all you stand for. And they are not English, and never can be. They will always remain hideously alien and, more importantly, wholly inimical to us and our interests.
There never was any democratic mandate in favour of their presence here. On the contrary, the majority view was always overwhelmingly against. Yet since the end of WWII we have been flooded with these unwanted third-world hideoids, and that flood started long before we ever had any dealings with the Common Market/EEC/EU. That ought to tell you something.
You need to be aware that there are at least THREE threats to us:
• The EU
• Hideous and vile alien turd-world immigrunts who, even if they ceased to be admitted to the UK now and forever more, will outbreed us, using our own benefit system to aid them in that endeavour, and place US as a minority in our own phcking country. (How do you feel about that, Auntie? Happy?)
• Our own perfidious, traitorous politicos who rode roughshod over the wishes of the people and have brought all these things down on our heads.
If you think UKIP will deal with the second, you're cast in a very similar mold to Tapestry with his blind faith in David Cameron getting on his big white horse to save us if he gets elected.
I'm not convinced UKIP will do much about the third either. In fact, I think they'll do Jack Schitt about it. (I do enjoy Nigel Farage sticking it to the villains though.)
As for you detesting nationalism and xenophobia, I'm not sure what you mean. Perhaps you have the Nazis in mind? Well, they didn't and don't hold the patent on these things and their versions of them were framed by lunatics. There are other
versions, you know. English ones even.
Nationalism is perfectly respectable. It's only a dirty word for the likes of the guardianistas and others of that carcinogenic liberal-lefty mindphck. Mind you, they have been remarkably successful in getting ordinary decent people to regurgitate sloganeering against it in simple knee-jerk cliché form. Trained monkeys.
And xenophobia is perfectly respectable too, especially the kind regular Britons (so-called 'racists') are accused of. It is a very healthy self-defence mechanism every bit as healthy as the human immune system, both having been honed by aeons of pressure from Darwinian natural selection.
In fact, not to be a Nationalist and xenophobe these days (with it's speed of mass transit) is to be a DARWIN'S LOSER
. And that's about as dumb as any organism can get.
We are not, and NEVER have been, a nation of immigrants. Our DNA gives the lie to the contrary and blatant falsehood promulgated by the likes of, for example, that lying deceiving foreign bitch Barbara Roche with her hideous accent and manner of speaking. Remember her? Oh I do. I shan't forget her too quickly.
Incidentally, England's Anglo-Saxon blood has pretty much bugger all to do with the so-called Anglo-Saxon invasion. So says our DNA. That blood was here long, long before Hengist and Horsa set out across the North Sea. We've been Anglo-Saxons for a lot longer than any mere historian has thought. Isn't science wonderful? It seems the effect of the Anglo-Saxon invaders was politico-cultural rather than demographic. We were 'invaded' by a relatively small number of our cousins. Probably along similar lines to our being 'invaded' by Christian missionaries. I don't know how many there were but surely there were relatively few. Yet we turned Christian pretty quickly. There's a possible present-day lesson there too.
Nick Griffin and his 'odious' BNP will be getting my vote. I don't see how a patriot could do otherwise.
For my part part, I'm coming to detest those who are against nationalism and xenophobia. Especially if there is any whiff of that repugnant and smug self-righteousness about it. It strikes me that they are a big part of our national problem. It's their stoopid inertia and posturing moralism which is killing us just as much as the actions of our overt enemies. Jesus Christ!
As for the Lords Pearson and Monckton — good men, wrong party. Shame about that.