Thursday, 12 February 2009

Aberavon AM Brian Gibbons and the BNP

Brian Gibbons AM, Constituency Office

Well first we had the red orangutang Peter Hain, threatening to run the British National Party "out of town", by calling on an army of supporters from the Trade Unions, Churches and Student Bodies to join him in a mass protest in his Neath constituency after the BNP had carried out a day of action there.

A call to arms that went unheeded by the people of Wales, who despise the immigrant and convicted criminal, almost as much as they despise the war criminal and pensions stealer, Gordon Brown.

A paltry 15 supporters rallied to Hains call, amoungst them his father, an overweight minder and his hair stylist.

The Cuprinol Man was humiliated and we in Wales BNP promise to keep on humiliating him until he has been deported back to South Africa. After he has explained where the £103,000 went that is.

Now we have another immigrant to Wales, Aberavon AM Brian Gibbons who has send a warning to the BNP to 'keep out' of Port Talbot after British National Party activists had a superb welcome on their day of action held last week.

So just who is this Irish Immigrant who dares to dictate to real Welsh People and tell them what do do?
"Our town is made up of people whose roots are in many parts of Wales, from other parts of the UK and from a wide range of other countries," he said.
"We are a better and more dynamic place because of this. It is our diversity that makes us the community that we are. Port Talbot is an outward-looking town, and our industries have a strong importing and exporting tradition. We benefit from being a multicultural town that trades with countries from all over the world."
Cheeky bastard. Now I would have liked to have done a bit more digging into Brian but with this poor connection could do little research on him.

I did discover that the cheap skate had the temerity to claim back £16.50 in expenses for a Royal British Legion wreath and a payment to the Ospreys RFC to advertise himself but that was about it. For now.

If anyone wishes to find out what Welsh Assembly members are paid and what their expenses are then go here. £1,000 tvs and Ipods are popular "expenses".

Well Brian, I am pleased to inform you that the British National Party will be back in your area very soon. There are no "NO GO" areas for the BNP anywhere in Wales and your threats to "keep us out" are just spurs to drive us on to victory.

If you visit the article link, why not leave a comment. Also, the Green Arrow blog would very much appreciate an image of an activist delivering a BNP leaflet through the door of his:-

Constituency Office:
Eagle House
2 Talbot Road
Port Talbot
SA13 1DH

Tel: 01639 870779
Fax: 01639 870799
Assembly Tel: 029 20 898382
Assembly Fax: 029 20 898383

E-mail: brian.gibbons@wales.gov.uk

10 comments:

ivan said...

Just recieved from the BBC complaints office :



Thank you for your e-mail. Please accept our apologies for the delay in replying. We know our correspondents appreciate a quick response and we are sorry you have had to wait on this occasion.

We note your concerns regarding comments made by Jo Brand during 'Live at the Apollo' on 16 January. We raised this issue with Andrew Beint the Executive Producer, who has issued the following statement:

"In the context of 'Live at the Apollo' the comics' routines are never meant to be taken seriously. The intent is always to be humorous and not offensive and the BBC would not broadcast an incitement to racial hatred in any form.

Throughout all four series of 'Live at the Apollo' other political parties and political figures have been satirised and the butt of jokes, which is part and parcel of the British comedic tradition."

Please be assured, however, that we have registered your comments on our audience log. This is the internal report of audience feedback which we compile daily for all programme makers and commissioning executives within the BBC, and also their senior management. It ensures that your points, and all other comments we receive, are circulated and considered across the BBC.

Once again, thank you for taking the time to contact us.

Regards

BBC Complaints

Excommunicated by the Archdhimmi said...

...and on the subject of comedians, has anyone heard anything else about Blue State Digital's spyware and spam campaign against the BNP?

It's all gone very quiet after the original hullabaloo, and Searchlight's webshite is still the same old vacuous shambolic mess.

As a British taxpayer I think I have the right to know what's going on, because after all, I am financing this campaign.

johnofgwent said...

When you get your broadband back you might like to pop over here

Brian Gibbons guest speaker at swansea university's centre for Migration Policy research

http://www.humanrightstv.com/cmpr/91

Anonymous said...

............and on the subject of comedians, has anyone heard anything else about Blue State Digital's spyware and spam campaign against the BNP?....................

Calm before the storm?

Cheers,
Harry.

Anonymous said...

American version of the BNP?

A visionary new political party, adhering to the principals of the Constitution of the United States of America and putting forth a new order; one in which the archaic dogmas of the Republican and Democratic Parties are continually challenged...a new platform that gives all Americans a new opportunity to rekindle the flame of freedom.....

http://www.theamericanpeoplesparty.com/

Lord Achmed the Undead Terrorist said...

"Tories choose silence over Geert Wilders" http://conservativehome.blogs.com/torydiary/2009/02/tories-choose-s.html

VICTORY IS MINE!

CHURCHILL'S MEMORY HUMILIATED!!

ALLAH AKHBAR!!!

Anonymous said...

GREEN -what's a "Cuprinol Man"?

Unrepentant British Nationalist said...

Well said, Green Arrow! Who do these people think they are telling opposition parties where and when they can campaign. Outrageous!

Anonymous said...

My invetigation into CP training in the Welsh Assembly maybe bearing fruit. We'll see what the result is of my enquiry.

Regarding the Cardiff NHS trust it seems that CP website as used them as named sponsor. I was contacted by someone from the NHS and he seemed to think that they used the trusts name without permission.

There letter to me said that the had not commissione dnay training from common purpose

He has not replied to my email asking again had they given them tax payer s money.

odin said...

[quote]GREEN -what's a "Cuprinol Man"?[/quote]

Its someone who has been creosoted! :)