Guardian take on the BNP with a damp cloth…

I don’t think the Graun has done a particularly good job here….

Exposed: ugly face of BNP’s leaders

I’ll admit that such is my annoyance and frustration with the main political parties, I have given serious thought to a protest vote for the BNP in the Euro elections tomorrow.

The thought has been dismissed comprehensively by doing a little research about the party, its policies and supporters – also because in the Euro elections, every vote counts and a BNP vote would contribute to their regional list vote. That makes the difference between a protest vote and handing the BNP several million pounds.

UKIP don’t do themselves many favours either, but the fact is they are the least worst voting option for a pissed-off Euro-sceptic like me. Cameron isn’t getting a look-in until he hardens his position on the EU.

Anyway… here’s a cherry-picked selection of the Guardian’s attempts to demonstrate what an egregious shower the BNP are:

Eddy O’Sullivan joined an internet group called "Fuck Islam"

Problem with that being what? I’d also hope to join the ‘Bollocks to Idiot Christianity’ and ‘Rape and kill Catholic Priests’ societies.

How about:

Jeffrey Marshall, senior organiser for the BNP’s London European election campaign. Following the death of David Cameron’s disabled son Ivan, Marshall claimed in an internet forum discussion: "We live in a country today which is unhealthily dominated by an excess of sentimentality towards the weak and unproductive. No good will come of it."

Yeah – well he’s fucking right, isn’t he? What, precisely, has been the benefit of ‘medical advances’ that enable cabbages to live a prolonged life, which I end up fucking paying for?

Garry Aronsson, Griffin’s running mate for the European parliament in the North West, posts the statement, "Speak English Or Die!"

Probably putting it a bit strongly, but it’s an emotion I’ve been overwhelmed with when out & about in London. When abroad I have a strong preference for places I can speak at least some of the local tongue and I feel horribly exposed if I cannot. Gawd bless Michel Thomas and Rosetta Stone.


Aronsson proclaims on the site: "Every time you change your way of life to make immigrants more comfortable you betray OUR future!"

Yes. Again, probably putting it a bit strongly, but I am fucking sick of special exemptions for religious and ethnic groups, whether its benefits for polygamists, the right to carry a ‘ceremonial dagger’ and not wear a crash-helmet, banning or ‘rebranding’ Christmas to protect sensibilities, providing translators and multi-lingual pamphlets that I pay for, the degree to which we have bent over backwards as a nation in the last 10 years is sickening and humiliating.

He lists his hobbies as "devising slow and terrible ways of paying back the Guardian-reading cunts who have betrayed the British people into poverty and slavery. I AM NOT JOKING."

I have no argument with him here either. We may differ on the how and the why, but not the what.

The problem with all this is that it gives the impression that the BNP are more closely aligned to the thoughts and feeling of ‘ordinary Brits’ than the Guardian are. And it’s true. In provincial Britain, people are (in Grauniad terms) racist – or rather ‘groupish’ – it’s human nature, which only the metropolitan hot-houses such as London, Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester can overcome with any success, and even then with a payoff in terms of crime, disorder, social tension, ghettoisation & poverty.

Multiculturalism has been a social disaster – it has polarised and fragmented society, pointedly rejecting pragmatic ‘colour blindness’. It has been the British and European left’s gift to the BNP and other racist parties across Europe.

It is in-spite of all the anti-BNP witterings from the main 3 parties and the media, that they won’t get a protest vote from me.



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