Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Geert Wilders Poll on Labour Party Site

What ever you do. Do not mention the truth.

Geert Wilders will be coming to Our Country on Thursday, landing at Heathrow where all are welcome to greet and support him, despite the ban imposed on him by our cowardly dhimmi government.

A government that caved into scum like Lord Ahmed(11 more days to sentencing), who threatened to surround Parliament with 10,000 followers of the Cult of the Dead Paedophile and prevent Geert from entering what should be the home of freedom of speech, is quick enough to try and silence Mr Wilders from showing them the truth.

Bury your heads in the sand and shame, you cowardly pieces of shite.

They are using regulation 19 of the Immigration (European Economics Area Regulations 2006) on the grounds of public policy, public security and or public health. The sooner we are out of the Soviet European Empire the better.

Meanwhile you can show your disgust by voting No on the Labour Site here, where they are conducting a poll on whether this spreader of truth be barred from entering the UK.

And just who was it who decided to bar Mr Wilders? None other than the Queen Parasite herself, Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, who should be sitting in a prison cell and not on the front bench of a corrupt and rotten government.

I suggest that our government start to look at old film footage of what happened to the collaborators in France after the defeat of the Nazis in 1945 and seriously start thinking about their ways.

The Letter send to Mr Wilders

Dear Mr Wilders

The purpose of this letter is to inform you that the Secretary of State is of the view that your presence in the UK would pose a genuine, present and sufficiently serious threat to one of the fundamental interests of society.
The Secretary of State is satisfied that your statements about Muslims and their beliefs, as expressed in your film Fitna and elsewhere, would threaten community harmony and therefore public security in the UK. You are advised that should you travel to the UK and seek admission an Immigration Officer will take into account the Secretary of State's view. If, in accordance with regulation 21 of the immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2006, the Immigration Officer is statisfied that your exclusion is justified on grounds of public policy and/or public security, you will be refused admission to the UK under regulation 19. You would have a right of appeal against any refusal of admission, exercisable from outside the UK.

Yours sincerely,

Irving N. Jones
On behalf of the Secretary of State for the Home Department

Hat tip Barnsley Nationalist


Anonymous said...

Let the truth be told.

The Lib/Lab/Con traitors need the immigrant vote and will do or say anything to achieve what they want.

Traitors to our Great Land!

Roll on the election of Mr N. Griffin

Gwent BNP

Anonymous said...

I just voted NO on that poll. It currently shows 54 votes, with 100% voting NO - it can't be long before they remove it from the site.
They don't like it up 'em.

Anonymous said...

IT amazes me some of the uninformed comments in the daily mail comments section, some actually think Wilders is preaching hatred !!

Anonymous said...


"Labour peer Lord Ahmed, who expressed his concerns to the Parliamentary authorities about Mr Wilders' visit, said he welcomed the decision to ban the MP.

"It would be unwise to have him in the UK because this man's presence would cause hatred," he said.

"He has a case against him in the Amsterdam court for inciting hatred."

Lord Ahmed, who said other Muslim peers shared his concerns, stressed that Mr Wilders' views would certainly present a threat to public order.

"When Muslims are attacked obviously you will see people react to that."

Anonymous said...

Did not Lord Ahmed make a threat to Parliament to call out his army of 10,000 peace lovers?

When Christianity and demoracy is attacked obviously you will see people react to that. Hence Fitna.


Anonymous said...

Great news Geert is still going to come to Britain, he is most welcome by the British people who still cherish free speech unlike our Dhimmi Government. The Geert Wilders Poll is now 135 for Geert to be allowed to enter Britain and 1 against (that was probably Jacqui Smith) so an overwhelming YES !politicalMIZZ

Anonymous said...

All of Them Must Go


February 10, 2009 - Watching the crowds in Iceland banging pots and pans until their government fell reminded me of a chant popular in anti-capitalist circles in 2002: “You are Enron. We are Argentina.”
Its message was simple enough. You--politicians and CEOs huddled at some trade summit--are like the reckless scamming execs at Enron (of course, we didn't know the half of it). We--the rabble outside--are like the people of Argentina, who, in the midst of an economic crisis eerily similar to our own, took to the street banging pots and pans. They shouted, "¡Que se vayan todos!" ("All of them must go!") and forced out a procession of four presidents in less than three weeks. What made Argentina's 2001-02 uprising unique was that it wasn't directed at a particular political party or even at corruption in the abstract. The target was the dominant economic model--this was the first national revolt against contemporary deregulated capitalism.

It's taken a while, but from Iceland to Latvia, South Korea to Greece, the rest of the world is finally having its ¡Que se vayan todos! moment.

The stoic Icelandic matriarchs beating their pots flat even as their kids ransack the fridge for projectiles (eggs, sure, but yogurt?) echo the tactics made famous in Buenos Aires. So does the collective rage at elites who trashed a once thriving country and thought they could get away with it. As Gudrun Jonsdottir, a 36-year-old Icelandic office worker, put it: "I've just had enough of this whole thing. I don't trust the government, I don't trust the banks, I don't trust the political parties and I don't trust the IMF. We had a good country, and they ruined it."

Another echo: in Reykjavik, the protesters clearly won't be bought off by a mere change of face at the top (even if the new PM is a lesbian). They want aid for people, not just banks; criminal investigations into the debacle; and deep electoral reform.

Similar demands can be heard these days in Latvia, whose economy has contracted more sharply than any country in the EU, and where the government is teetering on the brink. For weeks the capital has been rocked by protests, including a full-blown, cobblestone-hurling riot on January 13. As in Iceland, Latvians are appalled by their leaders' refusal to take any responsibility for the mess. Asked by Bloomberg TV what caused the crisis, Latvia's finance minister shrugged: "Nothing special."

But Latvia's troubles are indeed special: the very policies that allowed the "Baltic Tiger" to grow at a rate of 12 percent in 2006 are also causing it to contract violently by a projected 10 percent this year: money, freed of all barriers, flows out as quickly as it flows in, with plenty being diverted to political pockets. (It is no coincidence that many of today's basket cases are yesterday's "miracles": Ireland, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia.)

Something else Argentina-esque is in the air. In 2001 Argentina's leaders responded to the crisis with a brutal International Monetary Fund-prescribed austerity package: $9 billion in spending cuts, much of it hitting health and education. This proved to be a fatal mistake. Unions staged a general strike, teachers moved their classes to the streets and the protests never stopped.

This same bottom-up refusal to bear the brunt of the crisis unites many of today's protests. In Latvia, much of the popular rage has focused on government austerity measures--mass layoffs, reduced social services and slashed public sector salaries--all to qualify for an IMF emergency loan (no, nothing has changed). In Greece, December's riots followed a police shooting of a 15-year-old. But what's kept them going, with farmers taking the lead from students, is widespread rage at the government's crisis response: banks got a $36 billion bailout while workers got their pensions cut and farmers received next to nothing. Despite the inconvenience caused by tractors blocking roads, 78 percent of Greeks say the farmers' demands are reasonable. Similarly, in France the recent general strike--triggered in part by President Sarkozy's plans to reduce the number of teachers dramatically--inspired the support of 70 percent of the population.

Perhaps the sturdiest thread connecting this global backlash is a rejection of the logic of "extraordinary politics"--the phrase coined by Polish politician Leszek Balcerowicz to describe how, in a crisis, politicians can ignore legislative rules and rush through unpopular "reforms." That trick is getting tired, as South Korea's government recently discovered. In December, the ruling party tried to use the crisis to ram through a highly controversial free trade agreement with the United States. Taking closed-door politics to new extremes, legislators locked themselves in the chamber so they could vote in private, barricading the door with desks, chairs and couches.

Opposition politicians were having none of it: with sledgehammers and an electric saw, they broke in and staged a twelve-day sit-in of Parliament. The vote was delayed, allowing for more debate--a victory for a new kind of "extraordinary politics."

Here in Canada, politics is markedly less YouTube-friendly--but it has still been surprisingly eventful. In October the Conservative Party won national elections on an unambitious platform. Six weeks later, our Tory prime minister found his inner ideologue, presenting a budget bill that stripped public sector workers of the right to strike, canceled public funding for political parties and contained no economic stimulus. Opposition parties responded by forming a historic coalition that was only prevented from taking power by an abrupt suspension of Parliament. The Tories have just come back with a revised budget: the pet right-wing policies have disappeared, and it is packed with economic stimulus.

The pattern is clear: governments that respond to a crisis created by free-market ideology with an acceleration of that same discredited agenda will not survive to tell the tale. As Italy's students have taken to shouting in the streets: "We won't pay for your crisis!"

Anonymous said...

Yes. Good and hes more than welcome.

He could teach the likes of our corrupt so called politicans something.

Anonymous said...

Anon 12.49
you're so right! The cretins were commenting about the poor Polish bloke the other day and the main thrust was that these killers were somehow letting down their "religion". Fitna needs to be shown in every school,Church, office, factory and home in the land.

Anonymous said...

"it can't be long before they remove it from the site."

They don't like it up 'em.

I tried to lodge a vote. Guess what I could not get access.It has gone!

USpace said...

Gordo Lordo Ahmed is a terrorist supporting minkey whose religion unashamedly considers Jews to be the sons of apes and pigs. He should have his Lordship revoked, and of course, with his affiliations he never should have been given one in the first place.

It's a damn shame the Queen and Prince Charles are both so Dhim
and clueless, and weak titular leaders that they probably don't even think of getting up the cojones to speak out to the public and the MPs to maybe try waking-the-Mecca up and making the tiniest efforts to save Mother England.

Phony Lord Ahmed should be sanctioned at least and probably charged for calling for violence and insurrection. 'Fitna' should be shown, and the cops and the army should stand ready to put down and stop the rioters with any means necessary.

And to punish the Lord further, and mainly because it's just too important, 'Fitna' should be shown on BBC1 during prime time and all schools should be required to show it to everyone over 18.

The BNP doesn't want to kill, convert or enslave all non-white Brits. There is no comparison between Griffin and Geert Wilders either. Wilders is against Islamic Fundamentalists and Sharia Law, not Muslims per say, and they aren't even a race, so everybody should not even use the word 'racism' in regards to Muslims.

At least the BNP is the only party that will ever do anything about immigration. But their Leftism must be fought. Britain must move away from all this Leftism, it only leads to problems.

Right now, by far, the BIGGEST DANGER on the Right is a certain violent ideology of religion which is rabidly Right wing in its intolerance and hatred, cloaked in the words of God; and aided most importantly by so-called champions of the Left. Those that claim to 'care' for human rights and tolerance doing their all to destroy human rights and tolerance.

It's a horror film come to life.

We must admit that the ideology of the Left has been exposed as evil by it actively promoting and protecting the most evil and extreme Right-wing movement this planet has ever seen.
absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
outlaw most bloggers

license all the rest
monitor their writing

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
just pretend to defend

human rights while stopping
speech defending human rights

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
outlaw self-defense

exposing violent crimes
shall be deemed hate speech

absurd thought -
God of the Universe says
decide to change your race

just simply change religions
your religion is your race
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