Thursday, 19 July 2007

The South Somerset & Sedgemoor Letter

Come on. We need you.

I have taken the following copy of a leaflet recently put out by the South Somerset and Sedgemoor BNP candidate, Robert Baehr and his campaign workers. I just wish I could put a copy of it in the hands of every True Brit in Our Country. I find it inspirational. I hope you do to.

I am taking this opportunity to thank those 300 voters who supported me on May 3rd, and to let you know that the British National Party is still in town. We continue to share your concerns, and we believe that with your help, with your participation, we can address those concerns and do what is necessary to secure a better future for our country and for our children.

We didn’t win this time, on our first attempt, but the 15% result you gave us strengthens our resolve to redouble our efforts. The BNP, Britain’s fastest growing political party, is now established in Yeovil.

We have hoisted our colours, now is the time for good people to rally to the flag.

The struggle for our freedom and our identity must not be abandoned. On the contrary, at this time in our history when the future of England once more hangs in the balance, we are ever more resolved to confront and defeat those forces that see us, the British, as an obstacle in the road to their New World Order.

Our country has been a source of much progress for the human race. Our people, who only two generations ago kept democracy alive in Europe at such great cost in blood and treasure, who two hundred years ago abolished the age-old injustice of slavery and whose reputation until very recently shone throughout the civilized world as a beacon of decency and fair play, deserve better than what we are getting and we deserve better than what the current system has to offer us for our future.

If we don’t want our children to be slaves, but rather that they should continue to enjoy the benefits of a free and civilised society as we have done, then we must understand that this will not happen by default or by accident. It is no less true today than it has always been in the past’ the price of freedom is eternal vigilance.

If you share our vision for our country then we need you to do more than vote for BNP candidates at election times – even though that is, of course, important. We need your help in building a democratic and accountable alternative to the failed establishment parties here in Yeovil – a political force that will represent your views on important local issues such as housing, employment, social services, education, law and order, the NHS and the environment. This means you joining us in distributing our leaflets and helping to take our message of hope to homes throughout the community.

We will be keeping in touch.

Thank you,

Well done that man. With people like them in our family we cannot but fail to triumph.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"If we don’t want our children to be slaves, but rather that they should continue to enjoy the benefits of a free and civilised society as we have done, then we must understand that this will not happen by default or by accident. It is no less true today than it has always been in the past’ the price of freedom is eternal vigilance."

Well said that man.

And these words are from what the Dhimmi Lib/Lab/Con merchants would have you believe is an illiterate, knuckle dragging, bovver booted skinhead thug party? I think not.

Cheers,
Harry.

Headmaster said...

"We cannot but fail to triumph" - er, are you sure you meant that? I suggest you may have meant "we cannot but triumph" or possibly "we cannot fail", but putting them together you end up saying the opposite of what you intended!

Oh well, that's a comprehensive education for you. Bring back traditional teaching and an emphasis on the '3 Rs', instead of multi-cultural studies!