Wednesday, 21 January 2009

East Wickham, Bexley by-election

Hand in glove, Labour, the Council and communist Gerry Gable

Being snowed under, my fingers fly across the keyboard quicker than a red running past a job centre or to an off-license selling cheap cider. Which is quite an appropriate analogy really as you will shortly find out.

Tomorrow, 22nd of January, there is a by-election in East Wickham, Bexley in which the British National Party are standing.

Our candidate is Michael John Barnbrook and I know we all wish him and his campaign team well. You can read the full list of candidates here on Votewise.

Quick piece on Votewise - Our Candidates should use this site to full effect, it is extremely popular with those people that follow elections both at national and local level and gives voters the chance to ask the candidates questions prior to the election. Sadly the only candidate to register was the one from the English Democrats Party, so we have missed a trick here.

Now for some more information on the by-election. The online mouthpiece of the state, ThisisLocalLondon has published an article you might find interesting.
Joining the parties on the streets have been members of Hope Against Hate, including staff from Searchlight, the anti-fascist magazine, Dev Barrah from Greenwich Council for Racial Equality and Barking and Dagenham councillor John White.
Of course anyone who as read Searchlight - Political Violence, will know straight away that Dopes don't Rate, is just one of communist Gerry Gables Family businesses many Searchlights fronts and is state funded.

Searchlight of course does not stand in elections. They have no policies and only do what they are paid very well for. To attack the British National Party.

Let us hope the voters in East Wickham are aware of just who Searchlight really are.

Good Luck for tomorrow BNP. Either way, we are, as usual, proud of you.


Anonymous said...

The "have your say" facility on the ThisisLocalLondon website is activly removing any pro BNP remarks.
Some democracy we live in!

Anonymous said...


"A Dutch court has ordered prosecutors to put a right-wing politician on trial for making anti-Islamic statements.

Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders made a controversial film last year equating Islam with violence and has likened the Koran to Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf.

"In a democratic system, hate speech is considered so serious that it is in the general interest to... draw a clear line," the court in Amsterdam said.

Mr Wilders said the judgement was an "attack on the freedom of expression".

"Participation in the public debate has become a dangerous activity. If you give your opinion, you risk being prosecuted," he said.

Not only he, but all Dutch citizens opposed to the "Islamisation" of their country would be on trial, Mr Wilders warned.

"Who will stand up for our culture if I am silenced?" he added."

Bill said...

I found this on Votewise's own blog:

'We're working closely with election strategy teams in all registered political parties now, aiming to achieve greater participation of their candidates at local level.'

I phoned the Votewise office, it seems they asked the BNP to engage with them on 10th December and nobody replied. I notice that UKIP and the Lib Dems have. Seems we're missing a trick all the way to the top!

Anonymous said...

A right-wing lawmaker should be prosecuted for inciting racial hatred with anti-Islamic statements that include calling the Quran a "fascist book," a Dutch court ruled Wednesday.

Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders made headlines around the world in March 2008 with his film "Fitna," which juxtaposed Quranic verses against a background of violent film clips and images of terrorism by Islamic radicals.

Anonymous said...

Link to Geert Wilders' FITNA

Text of Dutch court judgement against Wilders (in English)

Jeannine said...

I was surprised to see a picture of Gerry Gable outside. I always picture him living in a dark hole somewhere like the rat he is.

Searchlight and their American equivalent, the SPLC, are the true pedlars of hate.

hepworth said...

This court judgement just how careful we must be with our leaflets and literature.

Anonymous said...

"This court judgement [shows] just how careful we must be with our leaflets and literature."

No, No, No - precisely the opposite lesson. We must flood society with stronger and stronger statements, so that the oppressive establishment find it harder and harder to suppress. And their every attempt to do so becomes more exposed for the oppression it is. For us to be "more careful" is just what they want.