Wednesday, 21 October 2009

Stop the BNP: Vote UKIP

Oh dear, oh dear, another leaked BNP membership list.  Things aren't looking up for the BNP are they?

Last week Nick Griffin was forced to accept that the BNP cannot lawfully refuse membership to non-white or non-"British" people.  A court ruled - using a bill that isn't a law yet, it seems - that the BNP isn't allowed to refuse membership to non-whites even if it means allowing members that don't subscribe to the party's aims and objectives.  Expect a concerted effort to flood the BNP with muslims some time soon.

A new anti-BNP group has been formed by the Tories who are presumably jealous of Liebour's anti-BNP far left extremist groups, Unite Against Fascism and Searchlight.  This new campaign group has done a sterling job of keeping the BNP in the news by publishing a letter written by former military commanders calling on the BNP to stop using wartime imagary because it gives the military a bad name.

And now a new version of the BNP's membership list has been leaked on the Wikileaks website, prompting yet another investigation by the Information Commissioner.  A number of people on the list contacted by the Telegraph were at great pains to make it known they were no longer members of the BNP and most seem to have said they were only members for a short time.

It's commonly accepted that the security services have moles in the BNP - they wouldn't be doing their job if they didn't.  The Liebour Party will undoubtedly have its own moles in the BNP (where they would be more easily camouflaged as fellow left wing extremists).  The British government knows that it doesn't have any legal grounds to ban the BNP so it is instead using both legal and illegal means to try and put them out of business.  The same is true of UKIP, where the British government is trying to bankrupt the party using the corrupt Electoral Commission as a sockpuppet.  The trigger in both cases is electoral success that threatens to relegate Liebour to electoral irrelevance and challenges the established LibLabCon doctrine of unfettered immigration, eurofederalism and national shame.

The thing with the BNP is that most of their members have joined either because they're racists or making a protest at the LibLabCon.  Most of them couldn't name a BNP policy other than "immigration" and "sending th darkings back home" and most of them couldn't argue their way out of a wet paper bag.  Let them have as much publicity as they crave because if you give them enough rope they hang themselves and the more rope they have, the more hangings there will be.  The "no platform" policy hasn't worked, nor has denouncing them as bunny killing right wing nazi's (socialism is left wing, not right).

The only way to undermine the BNP is to take away the reasons why people support them in the first place - restrict immigration and leave the EU.  This is what most people want and this is why people are voting for the BNP.  Unfortunately, the LibLabCon aren't going to listen so the only way to stop the BNP is by voting UKIP who will restrict immigration and take us out of the European Empire but don't have policies of forced repatriation of non-indigenous people, restricting freedom of the press and forcing anyone wanting to take part in English politics to have a DNA test to prove their anglo-saxon descent.

Cross-posted

3 comments:

Animal Magic said...

You seem sure that there are moles in the BNP. Are you sure that there aren't in UKIP?

Bob Feal-martinez said...

It is pretty obvious there are moles in UKIP. One only has to look at those trying to destabilise the party to know that. The difference of course is that UKIP is not a far right or left depending on your view point, white supremacist, racist party, and we can stand the scrutiny.

Well most of the time, but not when some perspective PC's keep banging on about immigration

Animal Magic said...

The one policy that UKIP shares with the BNP is their attitude toward the EU. For me this has to have top priority. It we don't get out soon this country is finished as a nation state.

While immigration is of concern, compared with the dangers posed by the EU, it can wait awhile.

I can't help thinking that it might just be a good thing if Blair gets to be President of Europe. It would almost certainly put off those that presently see the EU as a benign entity.