Monday, 9 February 2009

Ben(t) Bradshaw MP and Exeter BNP

By all accounts, the Unite Against Freedom (UAF), which is run by an unelected steering committee of marxists and whose Chairman, Ken Livingstone were shocked when they found out that the Exeter BNP boys were out doing what real political parties do. Canvasing and Campaigning and putting forward British National Party Polices.

This of course is a strange concept to this group of mad marxists, who stand in no elections and never have any positive suggestions but only their tired, worn out marxist dogma and intimidation of those who dare to question their sanity.

Their only purpose is to maintain the "Status Quo" for "The Establishment" which also funds them and for some provides jobs and "gift" council homes.
Neither was I surprised to read that Exeter MP, Ben(t) Bradshaw spend time helping out on the UAF stand, supported by members of, not the Labour Party but members of the marxist Socialist Party. What a mix of madmen that must have been.

I wonder if Ben(t) Bradshaw is aware of the violent nature of those he stood with on the stand? Of course he did.

By now you should have read the linked article on ThisIsExeter and returned, so will leave that for the moment and have a look at who Ben(t) Bradshaw is.

Ben(t) was parachuted into Exeter against the wishes of the local labour Party who caved into demands from Labour HQ because of his past work as a "right on" BBC reporter.

Openly homosexual, he undertook a "civil partnership" with Neal Dalgleish who is a BBC producer. Says a lot about the BBC, does it not? The one hand washes the other amoungst other things.

The guy has made numerous gaffes but you can read about those yourself in the link on his name.

His voting record also shows him to have no moral integrity and only a wish to continue to keep his seat on the Parliamentary Gravy train which he now rides first class, sucking up close on £300,000 per year of the taxpayers money.

  • Voted for introducing a smoking ban.
  • Voted for introducing ID cards.
  • Voted for Labour's anti-terrorism laws.
  • Voted for the Iraq war.
  • Voted against an investigation into the Iraq war.
  • Voted for the hunting ban.
  • Voted strongly for equal gay rights.
Well I think we have the mark of the man. Let us leave it now with a few comments that were contained within the article.
Several people have supported the BNP on the Echo's website, saying everyone is entitled to voice their opinions.

Rod Gray, from Dawlish Warren, wrote: "Whatever happened to the concept of free speech? The BNP is a legitimate political party, it should have the same rights as any other party. Like all political parties, it has some good policies and some bad. "If people do not like any party's agenda they voice their disapproval at the ballot box."

Peter Lucas wrote: "This is still a democratic country and the BNP deserves to be heard."

Kelly, from Exeter, wrote: "Before this Government ruined the country I would never have considered voting anything but Labour. I have seen protesters trying to prevent the BNP from their political rights. This is making me more intrigued in what they have to say."
On that happy note, I think I will call it a day. Only seven hours I know but what the heck, I am getting cabin fever and need to get out, plow through the snow and have a couple of beers.

Catch you later.

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