Thursday, 15 January 2009

Another letter. This time from Donna Bailey, BNP

Donna Bailey

What a strange day. All Liars, Buggers and Thieves and now all letters from our people doing what they do best. Putting our policies forward and our enemies back in their prams.

This letter here is by Donna Bailey, BNP, Crawley & Horsham Branch. Here you go....

WE WRITE in response to your recent article regarding the British National Party contesting a seat in the Bentswood Ward in Haywards Heath on January 22.
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) has reportedly 'started a campaign against a BNP member winning a seat'. We would like to raise questions as to the validity of such a campaign by the fundamentally extremist UAF, whose own ethos is wholly totalitarian and opposed to true democracy, in the fact that it promotes the erosion of basic civil liberties such as freedom of speech and freedom of association.

Labour, Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and Greens all support and encourage the UAF who publish leaflets, such as the recent 'bottle of poison' bearing the label 'BNP fascism – Do not swallow' and the slogan 'use your vote on 1 May 2008 stop the fascist BNP'.

Section 106 of the Representation of the People Act 1983 states 106. 1) A person who, or any director of any body or

statements as association corporate which - to candidates.

(a) before or during an election,

(b) for the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate
at the election,

makes or publishes any false statement of fact in relation to the
candidate's personal character or conduct shall be guilty of an
illegal practice, unless he can show that he had reasonable
grounds for believing, and did believe, the statement to be true.

Why do the political parties not produce their own leaflets dissuading the electorate from voting for the BNP? Could it be regarded as unlawful? Are they happy for the UAF to 'carry the can' in the event of any injunction or court case?

The other parties are happy to support the activities of the UAF because they all share a common interest in the total absorption of Britain into Europe, ie, politically, culturally, and economically, currently costing over £30m per day to British taxpayers.

The BNP is the only party who will politically withdraw from Europe, thus preserving our independence as a nation and saving over £40bn per year.

Because the BNP dares to challenge the political orthodoxy which is supported by all the main parties, we face intense opposition from the UAF which itself does not stand candidates and whose weapon is based only on emotive politics without any manifesto, since the real reason for opposition towards the BNP dare not be revealed.

The accusations of 'racism' are clearly unfounded: had this been the case, we would have not been allowed to exist as a legal political party, registered with the Electoral Commission and with more than one hundred democratically elected councillors around the country. Hence the UAF relies purely on fear-mongering, distortions and sometimes even blatant lies in order to attempt to suppress the BNP vote.

This is of course demonstrated by the UAF's campaign in Bentswood against the standing of a BNP candidate. Its one and only goal is to hinder and disrupt the democratic process in Bentswood by inciting a totally unfounded fear of voting for the BNP.

The UAF states that 'The BNP generally does better in elections where there is a low turnout….'

It is a well-known fact that a significant number of those eligible to vote relinquish their opportunity to partake in public elections, hence accounting for generally low turnouts.

Many voters feel disenfranchised and believe that their vote will not count for real change. Those who choose to vote for the BNP are motivated to do so because they understand that this is the only party which will reverse the decline of this country by offering commonsense policies on Europe, immigration, law and order, education, health and defence.

In conclusion, we would like to stress that every voter, whatever their political persuasion, should be allowed to make up their own minds.

Inciting hysteria and fear amongst an electorate by spreading misconceptions and lies about a legal political party prior to an election is wrong. We all have a duty to protect those freedoms which our brave men and women fought so hard for us to enjoy, by ensuring that the election process is democratically adhered to.

Donna Bailey
Assistant Press Officer
British National Party
Crawley & Horsham Branch

Well said Donna. If I was not already voting for Kevin I would vote for you.

Looking at my past posts, I see that I first wrote about Donna back in February.


Anonymous said...

Very well written. these lunatics should be shown for what they are. What they are doing is unlawful, perhaps they should try it on a labour person who happens to win a seat.

What they are doing should be taken before the courts, its the only way to stop these fools who are the political lackeys of others.

North Devon BNP said...

This is an excellent letter that can be cut and pasted time and time again for people to use.

Anonymous said...

Can this be put in youtube in some way?

Whistleblower said...

"Enemies of the People" has a Facebook group:

Please join up in a collective show of strength.


Salford Supporter said...

Re UAF: Every time the 'F' word is raised we must hit back with the TRUTH: the BNP is totally opposed to one party dictatorship and it is not our aim or purpose to establish one; we believe in freedom of speech and association for those who work for political change through the democratic process, but not for those who pursue violent insurrection.

It's obvious why the opposition cling so desperately to the 'F' word - it's a highly emotive word with widely held negative connotations which is useful for alarmist and disingenous campaigning by UAF/Hope Not Hate et al. We need to clearly demonstrate that the 'F' word applies to them, not the BNP, and that it fills us with revulsion.