Thursday, 3 May 2007

This is what we have been waiting for.

My father landed on Sword beach, my uncle was in the hands of the Japanese. My father in law had been in the hands of the Germans since Dunkirk.

The image shows the start of the final push to defeat evil and to keep Our Country free. Today is the start of our push. And although we do not risk our lives like our forefathers the battle for Our Country is just as important.

If we do not win, the British People as we know them will vanish from the face of this Earth. In Sweden, because of their race laws to protect immigrants and the huge numbers living there. Native born Swedes are now just considered another racial grouping amoungst many other races. The lunatics have destroyed Sweden. The True British will not vanish as easily. They will have to kill us.

Today you must not only go out and vote British National Party, you must go out and try to persuade everyone you know to do the same. If they disagree fine, if they insult you. So what. At least they will not be shooting at you the way they shot my father. Vote B.N.P. TODAY.


Anonymous said...

Nick Griffin elected to the Welsh Assembly today.
That would really put the BNP on the road to Victory.
That is the result Im holding in my mind today.
All the best ,
Harry Gow.

Anonymous said...

Since Griffin is number 2 on the list, then you think the BNP are going to get around 20% of the vote ?

Dream on.

Sam said...

Thats not the point. The votes he will get can't be ignored anon. Thats all that matters, watch the rest start to deploy BNP policies.And that is the point, they were doing it already.
The media and the comic singers of the other parties have been trying to sanitise the zero tolerance to immigration and radical islam since they felt the wind change. Straws pathetic veil debacle was but one example. Remember the nosebag giving the V sign in the Sun?
Couldn't have set that up better myself. How many BNP votes did that little pic secure. one , twenty...more?
Who cares. The right are on the move,in time for a general election, deal with it.

Anonymous said...

Exactly Sam, the votes today will not be ignored. To try and counter the BNP the Worn out 3 will have to put more BNP polcy into action.
Sams right it is happening right now and more will come from today.
So we win, even if we loose, but we wont.
Yes I will dream on. Dreams do come true.
All the best,
Harry Gow.

najistani said...


Guns are deeply rooted within Swiss culture - but the gun crime rate is so low that statistics are not even kept.

The country has a population of six million, but there are estimated to be at least two million publicly-owned firearms, including about 600,000 automatic rifles and 500,000 pistols.
This is in a very large part due to Switzerland's unique system of national defence, developed over the centuries.

Instead of a standing, full-time army, the country requires every man to undergo some form of military training for a few days or weeks a year throughout most of their lives.

Between the ages of 21 and 32 men serve as frontline troops. They are given an M-57 assault rifle and 24 rounds of ammunition which they are required to keep at home.
Once discharged, men serve in the Swiss equivalent of the US National Guard, but still have to train occasionally and are given bolt rifles. Women do not have to own firearms, but are encouraged to.

In addition to the government-provided arms, there are few restrictions on buying weapons. Some cantons restrict the carrying of firearms - others do not.
The government even sells off surplus weaponry to the general public when new equipment is introduced.

Guns and shooting are popular national pastimes. More than 200,000 Swiss attend national annual marksmanship competitions.
But despite the wide ownership and availability of guns, violent crime is extremely rare. There are only minimal controls at public buildings and politicians rarely have police protection.

Mark Eisenecker, a sociologist from the University of Zurich told BBC News Online that guns are "anchored" in Swiss society and that gun control is simply not an issue.

Some pro-gun groups argue that Switzerland proves their contention that there is not necessarily a link between the availability of guns and violent crime in society.

But other commentators suggest that the reality is more complicated.
Switzerland is one of the world's richest countries, but has remained relatively isolated.

It has none of the social problems associated with gun crime seen in other industrialised countries like drugs or urban deprivation.
Despite the lack of rigid gun laws, firearms are strictly connected to a sense of collective responsibility.

From an early age Swiss men and women associate weaponry with being called to defend their country.