Why does it matter Chris?? Or can't we look view this thread from both angles?
Well, if you mean "Is there a case that some arab governments are repressive and undemocratic and that some Islamic fundamentalists are as intolerant and bigoted as their Christian, Hindu or Jewish counterparts?", I'd say yes but that still doesn't excuse racism. And if you mean "Can we look at it from the BNP angle?", my answer would be that they are a racist party whose views I find morally unacceptable and whose propoganda is based on such a perverse distortion of the facts that Blair or Bush would be embarrassed by it. So that's probably a "No" then.
"If the race industry Gestapo can go after such a prominent media figure as Robert Kilroy-Silk what chance do the rest of us have against the all powerful politically correct lobby?"
"Most Britons will share Mr. Kilroy-Silk's views about the wholesale murder of innocents on September 11th 2001 and will share his concerns about the contribution to our society from the adherents of a very demanding creed which praises those of its kind who secrete explosives around their own waists, wander into packed buildings; whether discotheques in Bali, military checkpoints in Iraq and blow themselves and the whole place to smithereens."
"Shamefully we, the majority, have allowed a tiny minority of Marxists to dominate the political landscape in Britain"
"While we cannot possibly condone illegal activity, some people in the industry have suggested that because the BBC is financed by the goodwill of licence payers that if enough people refuse to pay the TV licence (albeit an illegal act) the BBC, which acts as the mouthpiece of the New Labour regime would be hamstrung! Such action might not get Robert Kilroy-Silk his job back but if enough TV owners did break the law it might be very difficult for the BBC to continue to peddle its very anti-British propaganda. "
A few quotes from the BNP. Am I not right in thinking that the BBC (which acts as a mouthpiece of the New Labour regieme) were deeply critical over the war in Iraq, and are the main reason behing the Hutton inquiry? Just shows the BNP don't let facts get in the way of a misdirected poorely written racist rant.
Glad you found it so funny Rob ;D Heres something even funnier ;D ;D ;D http:www.bnp.org.uk/news/2004_jan/news_jan10.htm Funny isnt it where racism pops up?? Anyway see you soon in the league i believe the game has been put back again. regards Bob
I only found it funny, because they are quite clearly not a mainstream party. they have been secretly filmed holding anti-Jewish rants, supporting Nazism.
If one was to argue that they were mainstream. i'd have to say yeah mainstream nazis. I don't neccesarily mean the people who are loking for an alternative and dont understand the undertones of the BNP. I mean the people who run the party, who stand for council elections etc. They are the nazis, and the government, whomever it is has every right to treat the BNP with such contempt. I for one would move abroad if the BNP actually became a significant dimension in British politics.
"Far be it from us to gloat, but with the absurd ranting of David Blunkett and the rest of the New Labour cabal of Marxist bigots in recent months, faced with the news of the revelations of New Labour innate racism we must admit we had good reason to smile."
Pot, kettle and black.
Their election mnifesto could almost be,
"we're not a racist party, we just don't like darkies".
they are a party on the up scale though, this last year or so it cant be denied that they have become much more of a force, and its purly because people vote for them? does this mean the thousands of folk who vote for them are just right wing nazis? or do they see them as a voice that speaks on their behalf?
As I said, I doubt everyone who votes for them a right wing nazis. They are hardley on the up. they won a few council seats last year in "interesting areas". They did worse than was expected, and a few council seats does not represent a party on the up. If I set up a Political party and set the manifesto as to abolist the state church and put in place a new religion that was compulsery, that of worshiping SAm Aiston. Then I too would have the same chances as the BNP of even getting a seat in Parliament. NILL.
The fact they won a few council seats can easily be put down to people hoping that if they vote for someone like the BNP, it will force the local MPS into doing something. A council seat here and there represents nothing.
The council seat is fast becoming Lib dems bread and butter, whilst Parliamntory seasts remain Labour and the Concervatives bread and butter.
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