This is a bump of an article I wrote back last year. With the release of the Role of Honour, I think it appropriate to push it back to the top.
In Nazi Germany, Jews and other races were forced to make a visual display of their racial origins by suffering the humiliation of being made to wear badges.
Today, it seems that the new Nazis who have infiltrated all walks of life in Our Country would treat members and supporters of the British National Party the same way.
Numerous official bodies disallow BNP members from applying for jobs and were the people applying for these positions colored, you could rest assured these organisations would be rightly paying out millions of pounds in compensation for discrimination.
Now the Royal Institute of British Architects is getting in on the action of persecuting BNP members and attempting to prevent their advancement within their organisation.
Riba has ruled that anyone standing for election to their council would have to declare whether or not they were B.N.P. members.
Jack Pringle, the current Riba President said he had been planning the change for some time. Notice "he" had been planning the change and was responsible for pushing the rule through despite concerns about his actions from other leading British Architects that his actions bordered on "McCarthyism".
This is because one of Riba's most highly respected members, who is also a former BNP candidate had the temerity to stand against him last year.
The honorable architect was Mr Peter Phillips who was attacked widely when his announcement to stand last year was announced and there is no doubt his chances of winning were scuppered by the lies of the Tri-Axis establishment.
A former Riba President, George Ferguson ends the article by saying;
"I think this is a very difficult balance to strike and if this is in place it should only apply to extreme movements like the BNP ... But the problem is that although I find the BNP a repellent organisation it is not a proscribed party."
And he is right on just one thing. The BNP is not a proscribed party and being a member should not prevent a person in working for any organisation.
What I find repellent are the new Nazis who try to tar the British National Party with the label when it clear that the BNP is the only political party that speaks out for open debate and free speech for everyone. The BNP will not go quietly to their end. They will fight and they will prevail.
Perhaps the most obvious political effect of controlled news is the advantage it gives powerful people in getting their issues on the political agenda and defining those issues in ways likely to influence their resolution.