Tuesday, 26 February 2008

London. The stepping stone to power?

Voting in London 2008

Londoners will vote for the mayor and London Assembly on 1 May 2008. there is a very good chance that the BNP will gain one Assembly member and possibly more.

The Assembly has 14 constituency members and 11 London-wide members. The constituency members are elected using the first-past-the-post system in constituencies that comprise two or three boroughs. In 2000 and 2004 all the constituencies elected Labour or Conservative members.

The London-wide members are elected by means of a separate vote for a party list or independent. Votes are allocated in a way that ensures that that the number of Assembly members for each party, including the constituency members, approximately reflects the percentage of votes each party obtains. It works like this:

1. Each party’s London-wide vote is divided by one plus the number of constituency candidates it has had elected. For example, in 2004 five constituencies elected Labour members so Labour’s London-wide vote was initially divided by six.

2. The party that then has the highest London-wide vote (after dividing) takes the first London place. That party’s total London-wide vote is then divided by the number of seats it has taken so far (constituency plus London-wide).

3. Step 3 is repeated until all 11 London-wide seats have been allocated.

There is no set percentage needed to win a particular number of seats. It depends on the precise way the votes fall among the other parties. However because the Assembly has 25 members, any party that reaches the 5% threshold in the London-wide vote is guaranteed a seat. With 8% of the vote the BNP could win two seats.

The BNP is hoping to attract votes that went to the UKIP last time so every single vote for the common sense policies of the BNP is now very important. Remember almost 40% of the voters in London are the enrichers of Our Country. This is what the Marxist Searchlight is doing for the remaining True Brits in London.
The focus for much of our work has to be the BME and newly arrived communities. Most should have an intrinsic dislike of the BNP though the threat would have to be explained.

Another element of our campaign must be voter registration, particularly for the newly arrived communities from eastern Europe. This should be done in conjunction with the trade unions and linked to campaigns to improve their working conditions.
Do readers need further proof that the trade unions are working against the interests of the True British Workers?

Anyone aged 18 or over can register to vote if they live in London and are British, other EU or Commonwealth citizens. The last date for registration in time for the Assembly election is 16 April 2008.

Husky Dog

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Suely what these organisations are doing is tantamount to the highest Treason against the British people?. NO WONDER ONE OF LABOURS FIRST TASKS UPON COMING TO POWER WAS TO REPEAL THE TREASON LEGISLATION!. I cant imagine any other nation in history allowing such obvious criminality against the host nation, at least the Trojans had to hide in a horse!, but the reds can do what they like directly in front of our noses.