That is the trouble with being an optimist. When things go great, it is only what you expected. When things are not great, you are disappointed because you expected better.
Now a pessimist is the reverse. When things go great, it is a real pleasant surprise. When things are not great, so what?, you did not expect anything else.
That said, I much prefer to be an optimist. It is cheering, inspiring, to really believe that things are going to improve. And so they will. But not until those True Brits who continue to vote for the Tri-Axis of Evil parties finally wake up to the truth about them and cast of their "it is the party my father voted for" mentality, get real and switch to the only party that cares enough to make the changes required for Our Country to first survive and then prosper. The BNP.
Take yesterdays by-election at Hyde-Newton, Tameside. The BNP came second again. Always the brides maid never the bride seems to be happening to us a lot and being an optimist, I am disappointed when clearly I should not be. Because there is no doubt we are moving up the bridal aisle slowly but surely towards the altar of success.
The results were as follows:
- Lab 1379 45.5%
- Bnp 889 29.4%
- Con 485 16.0%
- Lib dem 172 5.7%
- Green 69 2.3%
- Ukip 33 1.1%
Our vote was up, despite all the other parties uniting to denounce the BNP and deliver several different leaflets saying that whoever the electors decided to vote for, it should be anyone except the BNP.
Then the state funded reds were out in force. Not delivering leaflets putting forward their policies, they have none. Just more leaflets accusing the British National Party of every crime ever committed. Leaflets that were sensibly ignored by the now, rock solid BNP supporters of Hyde Newton.
Then there were the assorted "Church Leaders" dressed in their pink dog collars making one big daisy chain around the ward and also calling on Christians to vote for anyone but the BNP.
So you can see that all in all it was an excellent result and one that bodes extremely well for the British National Party come the Euro Elections and much as I will miss him, Nick Griffin will be going to Brussels and with these kind of percentages regularly being won, he will not be going alone. Whoever goes they will make a fine Band of Brothers to fight for us.
And so what of Labour, who will be celebrating the fact that despite their betrayal of the True British People, despite the hundreds of thousands of death their illegal wars have cost, despite their betrayal of British Workers they still managed to win?
They will be happy that the sheep people of Hyde still slumber whilst the slaughterman slowly advances towards them to slit their throats and at this moment to be honest I should not care but I do. Because if they go down they take those of us awake down with them and so we must continue our efforts to wake them to the truth. And we will. We will.
But in their hearts and in the minds of those marxists hiding behind the flag of Labour know that their days are numbered. They said that the BNP would never have any councillors and yet we now have over a hundred. They said that people would not vote BNP in any significant numbers once told "the truth" but they were wrong again.
So mark my words. They will start to use a new catchphrase soon and it will be one they can hold onto at night when they are lieing in their beds. "The British National Party have reached their Political Plateau and can no higher."
And they will be wrong again.
Now for some other news. That battle has been fought and we move on.
I had hoped to be making a video this weekend and uploading directly to the blog. I was going to hit the bricks again, deliver some leaflets and sell some papers, but this morning, looking through the window, I see I will be going nowhere. Unless of course my lifts car has been magically transformed into a Snow Cat, which is unlikely to say the least. So it looks as though you are stuck with me for the weekend.
Readership of the blog and forum continues to increase with a big surge over the last two days from readers of the Guardian. How strange thought I, then on checking I see it was as a result of a comment left by a Shropshire Lass that on checking had been very highly rated in their comments section.
But Gruniard readers? I ask you. Surely some mistake.
Coming later today. Another excellent article from Mister Fox. If you cannot wait to read it then you can visit the GA Forum where it has already been published here.