Saturday, 3 May 2008

A Battle Honour for the BNP


What a great morning. After what seems like a week of waiting, we get the news we were expecting.

Richard Barnbrook, has won the British National Party's first seat on the Greater London Assembly. This astounding victory has been reported by media observers as the BNP's "most significant electoral victory to date".

Richard fought a fantastic campaign, as did all the activists who traveled from all over our disunited Kingdom to assist him. True heroes. Each and every one of them. Well activists, your hard work paid off.

We now have a fine Terrier to send into the rat hole of City Hole and only time will tell what our bold Richard will reveal. Shredding machines, I suspect will be working overtime in the next few days.

The Green Arrow blog has made a slight change to its banner to recognise the work done by the British National Party in London for the 2008 elections.

Well done the BNP. Now then, have the rest of the morning off and we will continue our attacks on those who would destroy Our Country later today.

As Richard took to the podium to deliver an acceptance speech, the leading mayoral candidates and most of the audience left the hall in protest at his election. By leaving the hall those people reveal their true attitude towards democracy and the will of the people.

8 comments:

Darren Staunton said...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7381633.stm

Here is the link to the speech on BBC.

Anonymous said...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7381633.stm

bernard said...

The BBC has put up "content not available".
Oh Yeah. How co-incidental...

Anonymous said...

Why the surprise those that walked are the very people that have put in place the laws to prevent freedom of expression?
Steyn puts it this way pre Hitler all the oppresive laws had been put in place just like now. he just used them that's all.

Most of us have a vague understanding that Hitler used the burning of the Reichstag in February 1933 as a pretext to "seize" dictatorial powers. But, in fact, he didn't "seize" anything because he didn't need to. He merely invoked Article 48 of the Weimar Republic's constitution, allowing the state, in the interests of the greater good, to set — what's the phrase? — "reasonable limits" on freedom of the press, freedom of expression, freedom of association, freedom from unlawful search and seizure and surveillance of postal and electronic communications. The Nazis didn't invent a dictatorship out of whole cloth. They merely took advantage of the illiberal provisions of a supposedly liberal constitution.
MAKE NO MISTAKE THE LAWS ARE THERE WAITING INFACT MOST ARE BEING USED.
LBC RADIO PRESENTER NICK ONLY REALISED LAST WEEK HIS VOTE WAS NO LONGER SECRET HE DESCRIBED THIS AS SINISTER....ANOTHER ONE WAKING UP!

BNP MEMBERS KNOW A TRUE PATRIOTS WAY HAS NEVER BEEN EASY.

major tom said...

Congratulations for this victory!

xoggoth said...

They do indeed. I am not a real BNP supporter but proper balance requires many more such victories, congrats.

Anonymous said...

Three big cheers for the BNP! I understand Labour lost 400 seats and Red Ken is booted out of London! A great day for British Nationalism! I hope this trend continues on this side of the Atlantic and this November we sweep our American Reds out of office!

All the best!

Your American Nationalist Cousin

Anonymous said...

Oh the lies, half truths and omissions!...the BNP succeses have been well and truly unmentioned by what is becoming increasinly obvious a one party run state media. Tell me, what happens if the day comes where 99% of the indigenous population vote BNP, will the criminal cartels in charge still dismiss their presence?, pretend that they dont exist? Was this potential scenario one of many that required the disarming of the population of Britain (where only the criminals are allowed to be armed), a possibilty that when the majority did wake up to the fact that political freedom of choice no longer existed, they may have revolted?, perhaps the real reason for all those public order laws, the politicising of the police force and for the army to be kept overseas?. Suddenly its all falling into place, treason of the highest order.