Friday, 8 May 2009

It is Christmas Morning for BNP bloggers

Presents opening their children
(I sometimes wonder about my sense of humour)

I went to bed very early last night, 9.30 pm or thereabouts. I figured the sooner I was asleep the sooner I could wake up to a British National Party bloggers perfect Christmas morning.

But I teased myself first by not opening the big presents wrapped up in the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail. I chose to draw out the excitement by writing a couple of other articles first.

Now it is time for the big pressies. MPs expenses. We wish you a Merry Christmas, we wish you a Merry Christmas, we wish you Merry Christmas and a happy new year.

John Prescott explains how he broke toilet
seats whilst leaning on them

Right what's in this package. Oh laughter. It is John Prescott claiming for two lavatory seats. Must have broke them when he was throwing his food down the pan. The rest of the theft of public money though is not so funny.

Gordon Browns reaction on hearing that John Prescott had broken his toilet

Oh and there is not so Gay These Days Gordon tucking a few pounds into his brothers pocket and also claiming for plumbing work. Must have been from when Big John came around for lunch.

Well there are too many presents to open. You go open your own now.

But seriously is it any wonder that the betrayed British People are joining and supporting the British National Party in ever increasing numbers?

The British National Party would not have such creatures, as the current crop of the Lib/Lab/con alliance in their peoples party. They would not even employ these crooks to fix the toilet.

And God help any future BNP Councillors, MPs or MEPs who sought to line their own pockets at the expense of their fellow citizens, because they would be facing serious jail time and the undieing contempt of the party whose activists had campaigned for them.

Take this into account from this story here about the fact that the BNP will be fielding candidates in all 75 wards in the Essex County Council elections.
Emma Colgate, BNP Thurrock councillor and national agent for the party, said: “We are standing about 400 in the country, but 75 of those are in Essex.

“The support in Essex has come from nowhere with people ringing about being members, standing and making donations.

“The donations have given us money to be able to put so many people forward.”
The people are trusting us with their time, their money and their hope. I would personally help crucify anyone who betrays that trust.

Have a good day BNP. Tomorrow belongs to you.