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Shame For Britain As BNP Win European Parliament Seats

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posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:00 PM
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Are the general public as stupid and pathetic as the Rothschilds and their ilk think we are??

Dam Right. The British people are so stupid. They think calling an early election and voting Cameron in, will bring change. In fact, what it will do is squander an amazing oppourtunity to modernise our parliament. Its very sad to see. a typically British knee jerk reaction.




posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:00 PM
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Wow Now I did not expect that!!! That must ruffled quiet a few feathers.

I can imagine the double takes after reading the list.

White supremisist number 1
White supremisist number 2
Sharif Abdel Gawad
White supremisist number 4

Hahah.

Now on a more serious note, this is exactly how power is stolen, by default the BNP won a victory which could and probably will lead to future votes for the party.

Voter apathy is a real danger as it presents an opputiuniity for this type of occurance.

Let us hope that this will spur a greater turnout next time.




An EU estimate suggests only 43 percent of the 375 million eligible voters cast ballots in European parliament elections, a historical low.


Source



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:01 PM
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A man from my town was among those who went to Normandy for the D-Day ceremony (he was a paratrooper) and was among those who boycotted Obama's appearance. The sad thing is that the French honored these men, make a fuss over them and even created a medal for the liberators but the US military ignores them. Same response in Australia where the biggest plane crash in WW2 occured near Port Moresby killing American GIs, the US doesn't admit that it happened until the late 1990s but the Australians have observed a yearly memorial for about 60 years now. The monument their families raised money to create is sitting in the Australian embassy in DC because Arlington won't allow it to be erected there.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:02 PM
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The party was always going to do well in the industrial north. You don't get industrial deline with laods of locals losing their jobs combined with a massive wave of new immigrants at the same time and get no consequences. Locals are peeved in these post industrial zones that have yet to find a purpose and a reason for being, throw in the new immigrants and you have a political storm.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:02 PM
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Shame on Britain? I don't think so! I am proud that I voted for BNP, and so happy that they won 2 seats



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:03 PM
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posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:08 PM
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I voted BNP.

They were the only party that contacted me to tell me why i should vote for them. Ok, so they only put a leaflet through my door but it's more than any other party did.

As with all political parties in Briton, I don't agree with their views on all subjects (the whole racist thing is a bit of a problem) but they do make a lot of sense about a lot of things. If you read their manifesto and other literature, from an English perspective, it is refreshingly honest about the problems we face and potential solutions.

BNP Policies webpage: bnp.org.uk...

In my experience, there are some cultures that I prefer to others. To give you an example, I have no particulatr problem with Islam (or rather, no more than with any other man made belief system) but I really don't like the way traditional Muslim men dress. The whole beard and bed-sheet look just doesn't do anything for me. Does that make me racist?

[edit on 8-6-2009 by SkinandBone]



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:10 PM
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You voted for them? What policy of theirs did you fing suited you? Seriously I would like to understand the BNP attraction.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by ufoorbhunter
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You voted for them? What policy of theirs did you fing suited you? Seriously I would like to understand the BNP attraction.



here take alook for your self
bnp.org.uk...
tv.bnp.org.uk...
i think you will find most is spot on and not rasist at all



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posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:23 PM
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It's highly unlikely that all the 1000's of Brits would get approval to become Spanish citizens, if Britain leaves the EU. It's not just my family and it's not just Spain - there are 1000's of us expats that would have to return to Britain.

It would also be a lengthy process dealing with all the applications and what would we do in the meantime? We wouldn't be able to continue working here whilst out applications were processed so we'd either be forced into the black market or have to return to Britain temporarily. Again, not just my family - 1000's of expats from all over Europe.

How can it be OK for you to say you will 'Up with this we will not put any more' but think other EU countries should still approve us 'foreigners' for citizenship. It can't be one rule for Brits, wherever they want to live, and one rule for other EU citizens.

I just hope you're right and my family would be able to easily take Spanish citizenship and stay here. I already have Irish citizenship as well as British (my grandfather married an English woman). My daughter also has Irish and British citizenship plus American because her father is American (they don't recognise her dual nationality but she has a birth certificate from the US Embassy - she was born in Britain). So I'm citizen of 2 countries, my daughter of 3 - so becoming citizen of another country won't be a problem, if we're allowed. I already consider myself a citizen of the world and I've lived in many countries. Just settled here in Spain whilst my children grow.

If 1000's of expats are forced to return to Britain then it will probably cost a whole lot more than the "£280,000,000 Per Week for the 'priviledge' of belonging to the Brussels' Gravy Train." I just hope that someone back there in the UK has thought all that through cause otherwise it could open an even bigger can o worms!



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:23 PM
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We're sick of being told we cannot wear England shirts, when its the world cup, because it may offend other nationalities.

We're sick of being told St Georges Day is racist.

We're sick of being hearing about war veterans getting appalling accomodation and then some immigrant who plans on sitting on the doll gets some lovely place.

We're sick of this govermnent allowing islamic extremists to sit in this country, bad mouth everythng about it and encourage muslims to kill our civilians.

We're sick of this government favouring immigrants over our own citizens.

That's the attraction of the BNP. Just to point out by the way i didn't vote for te BNP.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:28 PM
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Mankind is doomed due to political correctness.

Here in the USA the majority of our youth thinks because of MSM is cool to speak thug, act thug and worship thugness. Let this trend continue for a few more generations and we will end up like the movie Idiocracy.

A society that thinks reading or speaking correctly is "not cool" so they become more and more stupid as time marches on.

How do we fix any problems if its "PC" to just look the other way and let it fester. We are in for a world of hurt one day.


Deny Ignorance



Deny Idiocracy




posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:29 PM
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Thousands of Brits come back in exchange for millions of Poles (I'm not even exaggerating that) alone. I don't have a thing about Polish people, I love their women especially (god they're so hot!) but if you want to talk numbers here...



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:34 PM
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To everyone screaming that this is a sad day for politics obviously hasn't suffered at the hands of our controlling government.

When your family is homeless and you are told by the local council office that they will not help your family have such a basic need as a roof over your head and then as I scour the streets noting empty properties to challenge the council with, I am told by the helpful lettings officer that they have to keep a certain amount of housing stock for asylum seekers then something is inherently wrong with the setup here. On top of that social services were notified and we were threatened that our kids will be taken into care because of our sad homeless situation.

And we wonder why so many families are pushed to breaking point to buy into a housing market forcing them into perpetuating poverty.

If people think this vote is just an protest vote then they really need to blow the dust from their spectacles and take a fresh look at what is happening here in the UK.

A great day for freedom.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:35 PM
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I have brought this subject up before here. More and more people are becoming disillusioned with politics. Most of these are protest votes. The same thing is bound to happen here in America because the politicians on both sides do not listen to what the people want, especially concerning immigration. There is a faction in California that wants to take advantage of people's frustration, and mimic the BNP with the ANP (American National Party).


www.americannationalparty.com



All these dang politicians have to do is listen to the people. If not, they turn to extremism.



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:42 PM
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who's to say that the voters who abstained wouldn't have voted for the bnp, maybe they could not bring themselves to do it.

besides all that, who do you vote for when you hate them all?, why cant we have genuine choices, which would you choose, arms cut off or legs cut off or none of the above?



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by Loonix
To everyone screaming that this is a sad day for politics obviously hasn't suffered at the hands of our controlling government.

When your family is homeless and you are told by the local council office that they will not help your family have such a basic need as a roof over your head and then as I scour the streets noting empty properties to challenge the council with, I am told by the helpful lettings officer that they have to keep a certain amount of housing stock for asylum seekers then something is inherently wrong with the setup here. On top of that social services were notified and we were threatened that our kids will be taken into care because of our sad homeless situation.

And we wonder why so many families are pushed to breaking point to buy into a housing market forcing them into perpetuating poverty.

If people think this vote is just an protest vote then they really need to blow the dust from their spectacles and take a fresh look at what is happening here in the UK.

A great day for freedom.


i have also had a similar experience with housing 2 years wait and still counting, only to find out from a polish friend that she and her partner was given a three bedroom semi in less than 3 months of applying. i like the polish but this is just wrong and even worse is people seeking asylum get better treatment still

positive racism is just as bad as any theres something wrong with the system and i think the bnp can fix it



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:47 PM
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go and buy a house, its the same as renting but at the end you own your property, its like a savings plan, in the last 13 years i have made a cool 200k from buying,

but i do understand your plight and agree with you 100%, and it sucks, but you gotta learn to play the system



posted on Jun, 8 2009 @ 12:47 PM
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Wooman, I wasn't aware that some Vets had chosen to boycott President Obama. Why was this? There was no coverage of this in the UK.



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