Wednesday, 23 April 2008

The truth behind my vote, and its' not the "Guardian's" truth

By Sarah Maid of Albion

An article in yesterday's Guardian dares to contemplate the dread possibility (to Guardian readers) that the British National party (BNP) might achieve some significant electoral gains in the forthcoming local elections, and ponders the reaction of young potential voters to such an outcome, saying:

“London may be heading for a big wake-up call as a poor turnout in the London assembly election next month could lead to the election of its first British National party members. The shockwaves of installing rightwing extremists into the government of a world capital would reflect on the country as a whole, as well as giving the party what it craves - acceptance.

Focusing on the rise of the BNP will help students to face the consequences of political choice within a democracy, as well as giving insight into the workings, impact and implications of extreme political groups. It's an intriguing, if challenging, topic, but with sensitive handling could provide a gritty topical issue, suitable for cross-curricular study in subject areas such as English, history and citizenship.”

The automatic assumption of the writer is that electoral success for the BNP would be a bad thing, that all BNP members are self evidently “bad people” and that anyone voting for the BNP is either bad, or deluded, or both. Of course, most Guardian readers will share this opinion, but when was it that the opinion of a bunch of Highgate liberals and trendy Dalston radicals become a doctrine or an eternally accepted truth.

Where are the tablets of stone upon which it is written:

“Thou shalt not love thy country”

“Thou shalt value all other customs more highly than thine own”

“Thou must embrace multiculturalism and never morn the loss of thy national identity”

“Thou, thy children and their children's children must welcome all who would come to thy land, no matter what they may bring with them and irrespective of what they may demand upon arrival”

“Any amongst you who fails to to hold the above statements to be sacred truth shall forever be cast as evil, fascist Scumbags, to be shunned by all good man, and in particular the MTV generation”

Although these commandment may be carved into the hearts of many an Islington resident they remain no less than the same form of false propaganda which has been used against dissenting voices and disfavoured groups for centuries.

In Nazi Germany during the 1930's the official view, accepted across the land and taught in schools was that Jews were evil, dishonest and perverted.

Behind the Iron Curtain, prior to 1990, the accepted view was that the West was decadent and warlike.

To this day in many Arab countries any number of lies about the west, about America and Israeli are accepted as proven an unquestionable fact.

The North Koreans are led to believe that everyone who is not North Korean is out to get them.

In Britain and in much of Western Europe the orthodoxy taught to our children is that Nationalism is akin to fascism and thrives on hatred, and that the BNP is a force for evil, and many of them believe it because it is what the thought police tell them they should believe. Are they really any less brainwashed than the most committed member of the Hitler youth or devotees of the Dear leader? and is the doctrine they are being fed any less of a pack of lies?

To quote Yorkielass, a contributor to the Green Arrow Forum "Our entire education system is now based on brainwashing instead of the Hitler youth we now have Common purpose stalking the UKs classroom's. "

The orthodox view is that, when, on May 1st, I, for the first time in my life, pick up a pen and place my vote next to the name of the BNP candidates in the Local and mayoral elections my actions will be motivated by hate, whereas nothing could be further from the truth. I will be voting for the BNP because I love my country, because I love my culture and because so much that I hold dear is under threat to a degree which is almost unprecedented. (Some might say that it is unprecedented, given that, even in 1939, we did not have six million Nazi Germans living amongst us)

As I have said in previous posts, I hate nobody, I wish success, happiness and prosperity to every other race and ethnic group, however, I wish it to them in their own lands.

There is only so much diversity which any nation can take before its very essence and identity is lost and irrevocably so. The British identity and culture is one which has brought incalculable levels of good to our world, and far more than most other cultures have, and I will not stand by and watch its loss without attempting to stop it.

I will be voting BNP, yet I am not evil, I am not a Nazi, I am not deluded and I hate nobody, no matter what the UAF, Search'Lite' or any number of op-ed writers at the Guardian may claim about me.

I will vote BNP because nobody else is listening.
Hat tip: Brighton Rock


Anonymous said...

Every white English person should wear "St. George Cross" apparel whenever possible and fly banners at home. Don't let the traitors and coloureds ruin your homeland

bill.p said...

hi there G.A, got this email off a iranian friend of mine, no he"s not a muzzie but any , have you come across this before-------
Set Your Watch by Mecca
by Baron Bodissey
This is one of the stranger stories I've come across recently. It's
notable that the BBC reports it with a straight face. If there's irony
here, I can't detect it:

Muslim call to adopt Mecca time

Muslim scientists and clerics have called for the adoption of Mecca
time to replace GMT, arguing that the Saudi city is the true centre of
the Earth.

Mecca is the direction all Muslims face when they perform their daily prayers.

The call was issued at a conference held in the Gulf state of Qatar
under the title: Mecca, the Centre of the Earth, Theory and Practice.

One geologist argued that unlike other longitudes, Mecca's was in
perfect alignment to magnetic north.

He said the English had imposed GMT on the rest of the world by force
when Britain was a big colonial power, and it was about time that

Mecca watch

A prominent cleric, Sheikh Youssef al-Qaradawy, said modern science
had at last provided evidence that Mecca was the true centre of the
Earth; proof, he said, of the greatness of the Muslim "qibla" — the
Arabic word for the direction Muslims turn to when they pray.

I'd be interested to see some of the scientific "evidence" that proves
Mecca is the center of the Earth. Presumably the academic journals
haven't covered it, since they are all tainted by the unbelief of the
kuffar. But surely something has been published somewhere…?

The article continues:
- - - - - - - - -
The meeting also reviewed what has been described as a Mecca watch,
the brainchild of a French Muslim.

The watch is said to rotate anti-clockwise and is supposed to help
Muslims determine the direction of Mecca from any point on Earth.

So what's the primary purpose of the watch? To tell time, or point to Mecca?

Or maybe there's a way to perform both functions simultaneously?

I'd love to see it.

The meeting in Qatar is part of a popular trend in some Muslim
societies of seeking to find Koranic precedents for modern science.

It is called "Ijaz al-Koran", which roughly translates as the
"miraculous nature of the holy text".

The underlying belief is that scientific truths were also revealed in
the Muslim holy book, and it is the work of scholars to unearth and
publicise the textual evidence.

This is an interesting idea. If the underlying ideas of all scientific
discoveries are to be found in the Koran, then why is it that all
major scientific breakthroughs and inventions can be credited to
various infidels who never even looked at the Koran?

Perhaps it's an extraordinary coincidence. Or maybe Copernicus,
Galileo, Newton, Darwin, and Einstein were guided by secret messages
beamed directly to their brains from the Koran without their even
being aware of it.

Allah works in mysterious ways.

But the movement is not without its critics, who say that the notion
that modern science was revealed in the Koran confuses spiritual
truth, which is constant, and empirical truth, which depends on the
state of science at any given point in time.

That sounds like dangerous heresy to me. Time to find out who said it,
and then issue a fatwa.

Anonymous said...

In 2005 Al Guardian was quick to point out that we now live in a police state, anything their journalists wrote after this date has to make a person wonder about their political leanings! when away from the MSM it's accepted by most thinking people that our government is a fascist one!!

From Social-Democracy to Social-Fascism


Once, in the founding years of the Second International, (social-democracy) was dedicated to the overthrow of capitalism. Then, it pursued partial reforms as gradual steps towards socialism. Finally, it settled for welfare and full employment within capitalism. If it now accepts a scaling down of one and giving up of the other, what kind of movement will it change into?[1]

The answer to the above crucial question, raised about ten years ago by a distinguished member of the ex-“New Left”, has been given in practice by the policies of the social democratic parties that have been in power since then, and which —following in the footsteps of the British Labour party— everywhere, from Sweden to Germany, have been transformed into social-liberal parties. It seems, however, that their descent from social-democracy did not (and could not) end with social-liberalism. Today, the same Labour party pioneers a new route, this time towards social fascism. This development should not surprise anyone, given that the intensification of domestic and foreign economic suppression implied by neoliberal globalisation (of which the “new” Labour party is a fervent supporter)—has inevitably been leading to a corresponding political suppression, both in Britain and abroad.

Thus, on the pretext of the London bombings, this ex-socialdemocratic party has intensified its anti-terror campaign (although the Labour government had initiated a series of Draconian “anti-terror” measures long before the bombings), introducing several semi-fascist arrangements that would allow the arbitrary arrest and detention of any suspect for a period that could extend to three months
Google the film of the same name Freedom to! it's not our imagination.
28 days. 42 days. 90 days. Labour wants the right to hold citizens without trial i'd say that's Fascism.

Anonymous said...

The puppetmasters created disorder just like we see all around us.
We then demand order just has we do now!
We are allowing them to implement the order from the chaos that they themselves put into being.
The new world order. which Brown now openly makes speeches about.

xoggoth said...

As I have said before I would not want you lot actually in power until you change some policies that are unjust or simply make no sense.

However, I have no doubt whatever that a large BNP vote will be a damn good thing for all of us. The powers that be have ignored legitimate and reasonable views on massive and poorly controlled immigration for far too long and they need a wake up call. Good luck on the day.

xoggoth said...

Hey that's not fair Bill P! I think the Islamic world lead in science once. About 10th century wasn't it?

watling said...

More from the Gospel according to New Labour:

Thou shalt smile and shrug when rejected for a job because ethnic quotas have decreed that a person with brown skin must take up the post, even though thou art better qualified.

Thou shalt gladly file thy tax return, knowing full well that much of it is used to fill the pockets of corrupt politicians who loathe the country they serve, and to pay benefits to work-shy foreigners who want to rob/rape/kill thee.

Thou shalt nod happily when told that thy child is to share a classroom with 5 Afghans, 10 Somalis and 15 Poles - none of whom speak English.

Thou shalt grin and say "good morning" to the gang of Lithuanians who congregate at the end of thy street as they await a lift to the orchard where they shalt spit on the fruit thou shalt eat the next day.

Thou shalt declare how wonderful the Notting Hill carnival is and how sad that certain persons of unspecified ethnic origin (yet having black skin) wish to stab those who attend it.

Thou shalt joyfully hand over the contents of thy wallet at knifepoint to the bros in the 'hood whom thou meetest in the subway.

Thou shalt openly agree with thy work colleagues when they announce that Islam is a religion of peace despite multiple Muslim terrorist trials being in the news simultaneously, whilst inside thou screamest "No, no, no! Get these barbaric, murdering, fuck-witted camel shaggers out of my country! They don't belong here!"