Sunday, 9 August 2009

Do you STILL support the UAF, David ?

by johnofgwent

I put this as a comment in an earlier post but then I realised that it needed a post of its own, because it needs to challenge both our sitting Member of Parliament, AND the leader of the Conservative Party.

I give you Exhibit A, courtesy of an organisation not known for its adherence to the cause of ethnonationalism. The British Broadcasting Authority. Normally they're to be found hiding behind racist crap like the Radio 4 6:30pm "comedy" "Shappi Talk" in which a string of people are rolled out by a woman whose "comedy" act includes various allegations that her father had a hard time in iran thanks to his political views, and was forced to flee to this country. You would expect therefore that she was rather grateful for being allowed to live in the UK instead of being put to death in Iran. Not a bit of it. Her "act2 is a tirade from start to end against those who protest that our the government as given up all interest in protecting our borders.

But today I read these words from an eye witness account. Under a headline that naturally suggests it was the white man that started it, of course, the truth is there for all to see.

"It started with a group of white guys who were chanting 'England, England'. I thought they were just football fans......"

".... but then a larger group of black and Asian people turned up and it all kicked off".

"You had people burning the Union flag. People were being kicked - some of them weren't anything to do with the protests".

"It all seemed to be very systematic - groups were arriving in cars and getting involved in the violence."
Now as regular readers of my comments here will know, after the UAF decided they did not like elected politicians being given the chance to speak to the media in a public place, and decided to see if they could use salmonella as a weapon of choice, I wrote to my New Labour Blair Babe member of Parliament Jessica Morden - whose only qualification to occupy the seat is that she carries two X chromosomes and therefore qualifies to be on an all woman shortlist - asking if she supported this strategy. She of course was forced to state in writing that she does not condone violence in any way, but went on to say she was "rather surprised, considering my clear reviulsion for violence that I am prepared to stand (as a candidate) for the BNP considering their ultimate intentions, policy and the track record of some of their members"

Well, Jessica, I think you should put down the party pager or whatever they use these days to program you with your soundbites, and take a hard look at the real situation. Because those people standing in that street clearly said they were NOT BNP and not fascist, yet your Boss Peter Hain's UAF thugs came and gave them a kicking anyway.

And to those who wear a Union Jack because it was once the enblem of the Tory party, I suggest you ask your wonderous leader the question I put as the title of this post.