Friday, 27 June 2008

Leedslass said this about Henley

GA, I'm posting my thoughts here because of problems with the BNP main site (not theirs but mine).

3.6% vote the BNP is a fantastic first result. Congratulations to Tim and his team and all those who travelled from around the country to support them. It was only by a short margin we didn’t come third. Well done to everyone involved.

To Thelma on the main site, I’d like to say that if you peek behind the curtain of the Conservative Party I’m sure you’ll find jackboots aplenty on the far-right but I don’t see any skinheads on the Opposition Benches. That they’re in the Labour Party is self-evident. You can’t light a candle between the two parties – Lab/Con or Lib/Con, it’s all the same destination. Only the BNP offers real choice and real difference and it’s up to us to spread the message. The NF thugs of the past never found a home here so they left or were expelled to their own private hell where the only concern is whether you are black or white. The BNP stands proud under the leadership of Nick Griffin.

From what I’ve seen BNP members & supporters are made up of people from every walk of life who know something about how politics and life are inseparable. We can only rely on word of mouth, campaigning and, ultimately, voters making a choice – as they did in Henley.

To Red White & Cross on the main site: That’s a very poignant inscription. The BNP will never forget or shame our Armed Forces. Unlike the socialists who believe in under-manning, under-funding and over-stretching our Armed Forces – we believe in the opposite. We want better homes for their families, better care when injured, better wages, better treatment for all of them, including the Ghurkas. What a shameful, shameful government we have now.

Thanks GA.


Anonymous said...

Plus all the above the BNP don't hide behind a mask.that if dropped the British people would drop them like a red hot spud.
This from the left wing anti war written and dated 1999 after the PINOCHET affair.
Something really stood out for me, how the LIBLABTORS bend over backwards not to offend moslem sensitivities yet PINOCHET an old man devout roman catholic was refused by Blair to attend mass on a sunday morning.
Mandela a known Marxist terrorist lionised in Blairs eyes.
Who the bloody hell are we allowing into Westminster these days?
It's no wonder we are crippled by neo marxist political correcness when looking with unblinkered eyes!

Just a small part of the anti war article.
1999 ANTI-WAR.
So what is the motivation of this persecution, if it is not to make the world safe for democracy? Partly this may be due to the fact that Pinochet is no longer in power, and so there is less risk in detaining him. This may explain reticence towards nuclear-armed China or even Zimbabwe, but not towards the corrupt Benazir Bhutto who has lodged here to escape trial at home, nor the aforementioned Julius Nyerre. The simple fact is that what really annoys the bosses in New (World Order) Labour is that Pinochet was not only right wing, but also right. With the notable exception of Slobadan Milosovic, no heirs of Stalinism are being pursued in the same way that this erstwhile British ally is, although even Milosovic is in fact an heir of Tito rather than Stalin. And there is no wonder, for although the New Labour crowd may now believe in (although not understand) the market, this was not always the case. Peter Mandelson was a proud member of the Communist Party in the 1970s. The Home Secretary, Jack Straw, who has been overseeing this operation, made his name in the ultra-left world of 1960s student politics in alliance with the Stalinist wing of the Communist Party, and spent a long time in Allende’s Chile. The Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson denounced the Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott as a Communist troublemaker. And the Prime Minister himself was a public supporter of the Communist-dominated Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (but not Soviet disarmament), and was a proud member of Labour when the Soviet agent of influence Michael Foot led it. The fact was that major figures in the New Labour Party were supporting the Soviet Union during the Cold War. It may be a genuine point of disagreement as to whether the Soviet Union was a threat to this country and whether the Cold War needed to be pursued – but this was not a call to end the Cold War, but to surrender in it.


last line not written by me.

Name change in good old marxist fashion but new labour are still fabian marxist to their very core!
Add to the above all the named commie Trots' Peter Hitchins' mentions in his piece what a nest of filth we have in parliament!
Hitchins was once a Trot before obtaining his grey matter.


Anonymous said...

As if to place a stamp on the above comment regarding Pinochet and his treatment by the Marxist labour government.
The terrorist suspect that escaped yesterday accused of plans to bomb and kill.
Walked away from the authorities God knows where now!
After being allowed to visit ...yes, you guessed it!
You just couldn't make it up!

Anonymous said...


Top political journalist, the Scot, Andrew Marr, was once a member of the Brit-loathing Runnymede Trust. He echoed the Trust's self-righteous, totalitarian outlook when he said: “Widespread and vigorous miscegenation (race mixing)... is the best answer... Teachers are the most effective anti-racist campaigners in the country, this means more than education in other religions, it means a form of political education. Only people who understand the economic forces changing their world, threatening them... have a chance of being immune to the old tribal chants. And the final answer, frankly, is the vigorous use of state power to coerce and repress... I firmly believe that repression can be a great, civilising instrument for good. Stamp hard on certain natural beliefs for long enough and you can almost kill them off"!

Anonymous said...

leedslass makes a good point, but shouldn't be spouting off about and to people on the BNP website from here .........