Monday, 18 May 2009

Searchlight and the Sun vrs the BNP

By now all of you are aware of the disgusting lies published by the pap rag Sun newspaper attacking the British National Party.

Now you know it's a lie. They know it's a lie. But what they are hoping is that a large percentage of their readers (not the brightest lights in the room) will swallow the lie and switch their votes in the Euro Elections to the busted flush UKIP.

The Establishment and The Sun calculate that by the time the British National Party drag them into court, the election will be over and the purpose of their evil lie served and the damages they will wind up paying be worth the price for damage caused during the election. Besides it will be taxpayers money used to pay off the BNP, so what do they care.

Both Adam Walker, who is libelled in the offending article (how long will it stay up) and the chairman of the British National Party, Nick Griffin have made it clear that they support the right of Gurkhas to settle in this country. Simon Darby, the Deputy leader of the BNP was shown on live TV saying as much.

This blog has attacked and named those MPs who did not support the Gurkas, so this move by The Establishment via The Sun was doomed to failure from the start. They know it and they know we know it. Again they are counting on the ignorance of their readership in not knowing.

But they underestimate their readership and the ability of the BNP to respond to this scandalous attack but will shortly be learning the hard way, that a rag owned by one of the New World Order Masters cannot stop the true British People.

So if the BNP did not publish the obvious forgery, who did? Well for a clue read the Sun article and see who is holding the smoking gun.

Last night a spokesman for the anti-racist group Searchlight said: “For the BNP to slur the memory of a serviceman who has laid down his life for his country is sick beyond belief.”
This is the same communist led Searchlight, that flew a photographer to Europe who just happened to be in place to photograph a person giving a "Nazi" salute as Simon Darby walked past him. It has since been reported that the sheepish looking person raising his arm has been seen at several anti-freedom of speech demonstrations in this country. Who paid for his flight?

Now take a look at this link. It shows how much money was spent by "Third Party" organisations during the 2005 General Elections.

"Third Party" campaigns are a way for The Establishment to exceed the legal campaign allowance for advertising leaflets. And who do we see included in the list. None other than;
  • Searchlight Information Services Ltd £65,275.00
  • Unite Against Fascism £43,045.13
  • Muslim Friends of Labour £44,810.00
And the only information they put out, were lies and half truths about the BNP. One wonders how much they will have spend by the time this Euro Election is over.

Well it does not matter really how much they spent, because the money is not theirs to worry about. It comes from tax and ratepayers who are probably not even aware that money is being given to these organisations.

Unless of course they go to Local Authority sites like this one here and have a look at how much money was donated to them. You can load the details into a spreadsheet or download by clicking this link. You will be amazed at just what they spend our money on. Oh look and there is Searchlight again.

Searchlight Information Services Ltd £102,500 11/1/03 3/31/07

So who else is there? Well you go look for yourselves. There is enough in that spreadsheet for a dozen articles.

Now if any real newspaper had just one journalist with honour and integrity they would start digging into the funding of this openly communist organisation and be asking why it is acting as spokes party for the crooked and corrupt Establishment parties and Rupert Murdoch who is part of the New World Order.
In August 2008 David Cameron accepted free flights to hold private talks and attend private parties with Murdoch on his yacht, the Rosehearty. Cameron has declared in the Commons register of interests he accepted a private plane provided by Murdoch's son-in-law, public relations guru Matthew Freud; Cameron has not revealed his talks with Mr Murdoch. The gift of travel in Freud's Gulfstream IV private jet was valued at around £30,000. Others guests attending the "social events" included the then EU trade commissioner Lord Mandelson, the Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and co-chairman of NBC Universal Ben Silverman. The Conservatives are not disclosing what was discussed.
Just join the dots please people. Not much to ask. Just join the dots and then put a big X next to the BNP on June 4th or continue getting screwed and lied to by The crooks and conmen who are bleeding you to death.

You can make a complaint to the Press Complaints Committee by going here.

Relate article: BNP Charity Work for Gurkas - July 2008