Saturday, 7 March 2009

BNP - Fight back against media lies



For too long, the British National Party has suffered media misrepresentation. Cllr Paul Goldings Operation Fightback initiative involves utilising some of the medias own methods against them.

This clip clearly resulted in some prominent newspaper editors talking amongst themselves, as they become aware that the BNP are able to strike back and put them under pressure to avoid misrepresentation. Journalists duty is to report the truth fairly not peddle their own left wing agenda, a fact not lost on a certain deputy home affairs political editor.


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Systematic bias at the BBC

Anonymous said...

I'm thinking that they should call his bluff on the threat of legal action and broadcast the interview regardless. The publicity would have been priceless and a court case will show these grubby hacks up for the hypocrites they are.
Typical luvvie-left muppets - 'Don't do as I do, do as I say.'

I live in Richmond, so give me his address and I'll put a tail on him. He's bound to have something to hide.

gatesofvienna said...

http://www.lgcplus.com/2009/03/eventuality_of_a_bnp_win.html

Take a look at this!
Plans for if the BNP wins seats.
LSE Fabian London school of economics.

Anonymous said...

As each day passes, more and more people will realise they are in a fight for their very survival.

It's already happening, people are sensing it with their own eyes.

As I see it, our people will beat a path to the BNP's door. Trouble is, this could happen all too quickly and overwhelm the system, as BNP Chairman Nick Griffin points out below somewhere.

I'm not saying it will be all plain sailing, far from it, we ain't seen nothing yet.

But there does seem an air of inevitability about all of this.

odin said...

I wonder what he said when confronted. Ho well I doubt we will ever know!

Anonymous said...

The mainstream media, MSM, (national and local press, television, Hollywood and the silver screen) is the most vital organ of the multicultural liberal elite project, it is of inestimable value without which, the world wide multicultural liberal project would never have risen to such prominence; such is the power of electronic propaganda.

The liberal MSM have no conscience when it comes to portraying their enemies in a negative light, the BBC are guilty 24/7. Deceit, lies, misrepresentation, bullying, accusations, smearing, is all part of their psyche - their ends justify the means.

But in many ways, this hardwired trait can be, and is, turned to the BNP’s advantage in the most spectacular fashion.

Some MSM hysterical rantings against the BNP are worth tens of thousands votes, fortunately for us, they (MSM) cannot fathom this.

The BNP is the only political party that is openly and unashamedly batting for the people of this land and the liberal media hate them for it. The BNP is the hated enemy standing in the way of their success.

The Right's secret weapon is the Left's hard wired disconnect, (they can't join the dots) anything to the right of the MSM is their enemy and beyond the pale. It is this vilifying of the BNP that signifies to the people of Britain that if the MSM hates the BNP, then by extension, the MSM must be the enemy of the people.

The liberal media simply cannot square this circle and become even more hysterical.

Incidentally, this is why the conservatives (over time) have been dragged leftwards by the left moving ever more left.

We're all left liberal now.

Anonymous said...

Where's the 14 words, you fraud?

Bert Rustle said...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00j1ykg

08 Mar 2009, 19:00 on BBC Radio 5 live

Jonathan Maitland examines the influence of the networking group Common Purpose.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/fivelive/programmes/jonathanmaitland.shtml

Secret society?


We shine a spotlight on a nationwide networking organisation with influence in high places.

“Common Purpose” has been described as a politically correct version of freemasonry.

Prominent supporters include the Deputy Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Cressida Dick, BBC Business Editor Robert Peston and numerous top public sector officials.

We investigate whether there is any substance to the rumours about its hidden influence and agenda.