posted on Jun, 23 2009 @ 11:22 AM
I see no need for 'shame' either.
The people who voted BNP did so because they want a return to the 'old ways'. The BNP promises them that with a load of bollocks rhetoric and
impractical policy laced with tawdry Anglo-Saxon romanticism.
The BNP are a nonsense and a nothing, propagated by the Liblabcon establishment as a 'boogie man' that they can blame and use as slander against
people who simply want to take a stance on common-sense issues such as immigration and the EU. If it wasn't for 'anonymous donations' - and indeed
substantial donations from ex-KKKers, the BNP would be finished. I doubt they get £50 in donations from the delusional pensioners, hag faced crones,
slovenly harridans and brush-browed trolls that support them at home in Britain...
It's no surprise that Griffin was elected off the back of Tory vote-rigging. In Tory wards across the country, the ballot was ironed shut to conceal
the name of UKIP (who are likely to make a dent in the Tory vote); as a result, UKIP came a mere hundred-or-so votes short of the number needed to
take the final seat in the NW. This meant Griffin was elected.
Ultimately, his election was a shock even to him. It may even have buggered them over, as Griffin cannot now run for PM in the general. Without their
big Cambridge lawyer to front them, the BNP are exposed as the troglodytes and buffoons that they are.
If you ask me, it's far more depressing to read that Labour and the EU are trying to gerrymander BNP membership policy, and furthermore 'ban' them
from teaching in schools.
This New Labour government is the least British Govt. that ever was or that ever will be. They've dragged the unmatched traditions of British liberal
socialism, personal liberty and uncompromising democracy into the sodden earth.
Vote UKIP; if you don't, you're just #ing stupid.
[edit on 23-6-2009 by FMLuder]