Tuesday, 25 December 2007

A Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas everybody. Especially the activists and supporters of the British National Party.

I hope that your day goes as well as mine did yesterday, when I delivered gifts to my grandchildren who live some distance away. The children were gladly given permission to open them a day early as I could not be with them today. Freedom always has a price.

The site of them unwrapping or more literally tearing the covering paper away and their cries of joy reinforced the reason why I do what I do.


johnoddybnp said...

8.30 Christmas morning and I’ve just had to take “ Her indoors” into work, apparently the family of one of the boys under her care have decided against taking him home for Christmas so she’s volunteered to spend the day with him and cook his dinner, poor sod, I don’t mean about the family, I mean her cooking his dinner.
I offered to have him around here for the day but he has special needs that requires certain things that we haven’t got so unfortunately the only option was for her to go to him. It made me think though, there’s always someone worse off than you and there can be no worse thing than been deserted by your family, especially at this time of year, so to those of you surrounded by your kin folk, count your blessings you are the lucky ones.
There is, of course a bright side to all this, I get an extra day before I have to eat the Christmas dinner followed by three packs of indigestion tablets and more to the point I get to stay in the pub longer, see there is a God.
In all seriousness now I know how much the wife’s been preparing, planning and looking forward to today and in all credit to her she drops it all in an instant to help someone else….that’s why I love her.

yorkielass said...

Good for you. your comments always make me smile!
Picked this up over at Barnsley Nationalist site.

A friend of mine has sent me this message so i'm passing it on....Write in and tell us who you think should be the political personality of the year either by email at news@channel4.com or by letter to Channel 4 News, 200 Gray's Inn Road, London, WC1X 8XZ, UK.
Get this sent to ALL of your contacts, get as many people as possible to nominate Nick Griffin and it could generate a huge amount of publicity which would aid the GLA elections.

Jane H | 22.12.07 - 6:40 pm | #

English Rose said...

Louise was so generous with her quotes that I decided to leave you one
"If you try, you might fail, but if you don't try, you are guaranteed to fail"
can't remember who by but I thought it was adequate "merry Christmas"

English Rose said...

☆☆Believe in your dreams and they may come true; believe in yourself and they will come true☆☆

The Green Arrow said...

yorkielass. Good idea. Let us spread the word. Nick Griffin for political personality of the year.

Yorkielass said...

Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could only do a little. Edmund Burke.
GA he deserves the title after all he's one of a very few that speaks the truth of life now in this country!
Now Shirley Bassey speaks out.

It is with a certain sense of irony that we read of an outburst from Dame Shirely Bassey, who, after being pick pocketed in Knightsbridge, told the media that Britain is no longer the “country I grew up in. No one speaks a word of English these days.”Although she spends most of her time in Monte Carlo these days, the comparison with the life she sees back here is far from flattering.

“This isn’t England any more - at least it is not the country I remember growing up in,” she says. “You don’t hear English spoken here. You read about terrible things - not just drugs but all the killings.

“When you live in a safe place like Monte Carlo, you can walk home at any time of the night and you don’t have to worry. I don’t feel at risk there. If I drive myself, I can leave the car doors unlocked. I wouldn’t do that in London.”

With these comments, Bassey has become the latest high profile entertainer to confirm what the vast majority of British people think already: that the current wave of immigration is changing Britain forever and urgently needs to be halted.

Well-known Smiths frontman, Morrissey, said last month in an interview in the New Musical Express that he can no longer live in a Britain he believes it to be lost to an “immigration explosion”. Morrissey, who is now based in Rome, claimed England was just ‘a memory now’.

He said: “Other countries have held on to their basic identity yet it seems to me that England was thrown away. The change in England is so rapid compared to the change in any other country.”

“If you walk through Knightsbridge on any bland day of the week you won’t hear an English accent. You’ll hear every accent under the sun apart from the British accent. The British identity is very attractive, I grew up into it and I find it quaint and very amusing.”


johnoddybnp said...

Gazing out of the window at the people walking on the beach and promenade when I spotted my little olive skinned mate, the one who sells the big issue and searchlight, opening the window I offered him the seasonal greeting “Merry Christmas, you wanker” , he waved his reply with both fingers. He looked cold and pissed-off so I offered him a glass of scotch, which he gladly accepted, “you’re not half as bad as Louise makes you out to be” he said, getting on the outside of my scotch. “Not working?” I asked, “No, I’ve got 72 hours off” he replied looking from his empty glass to my Jameson’s bottle.
Asking about Louise he suddenly got all morose and said “She hates the people on Green Arrow more than her haemorrhoids; you’re more irritating and a bigger pain in her arse”. According to him Louise’s boyfriend is a bit jealous of GA and SirHM, she talks nicer to them than to him, apparently she shouts at him a lot, he made her give up her job clubbing seal cubs to death. She also blames him for not getting her job in the slaughterhouse, that’s why she’s selling the big issue and searchlight. His biggest disclosure was that Louise really believes in the policies of the BNP and that she’s thinking of joining, SirHM convinced her it was the only way.
As I waved a fond farewell to my new found olive friend and half a bottle of scotch I reflected on what he said, the thought of Louise as a BNP member sent a shiver down my spine, not another challenge to Nick’s leadership, oh well.