Tuesday, 13 May 2008

ILL MANNERED AND ANTI DEMOCRATIC

The spectacle of the ill mannered walk off by the Tory, Labour and Lib Dem candidates in the London elections when Richard Barnbrook was about to speak speaks volumes for the contempt for democracy of those candidates. This was compounded a few days later by the segregating of Richard Barnbrook from the other councillors in the chamber with plants and furniture.
Is Richard not allowed to have an opinion? Are the 120,000 people who voted for him to be denied a voice? If these actions had been perpetrated on a person from an ethnic minority there would have been outrage from these same members of the anti British Leftist Mafia.
What was Richard's crime to justify this shunning? He represented the view that our country is being taken over by foreigners, our industry sold off, wages slashed in the interests of big business and native people being treated like second class citizens in an increasingly crime ridden society. These facts should be obvious to even the most stupid voter.
Even if others do not agree, Richard and we who think like him have just as much right to articulate our opinions as anybody else.
Boris Johnson (he of an "amnesty for illegal immigrants" and "don't try to out ethnic me"fame) brags that his family is "more diverse than a United Nations peace keeping force" should understand that others think differently and understand our point of view and our fears. We don't want to be part of a multicultural experiment and we have a right to say so and not have it imposed on us. Just because his family has benefitted by our society, tolerant of immigrants does not mean we all have.
Of course the major parties seek to benefit from the "ethnic vote"in their power hungry struggle, even when this is to the detriment of the country. Their support of measures such as "operation black vote" (surely this is racist?) shows this.
The above shows that the major parties only see their own point of view and react to other opinions which are held by millions of law abiding people in OUR country.
Keep going Richard! The hopes and futures of the majority of British people rest on you.

6 comments:

Anti-gag said...

On first reading the title of this article, I thought it must be about the Griffin/Collett gang.

After the leaked email from Lee Barnes, and yesterdays totally undemocratic email from Eddy Butler containing both a crude attack on Cllr Auty, and a veiled threats against members trying to use their democratic right to stand against the Griffin/Collett gang, maybe we also need to look closer to home first.

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Leigh, Lancashire Nationalist said...

Yawn! Getting a little tedious now Chris!

Anti-gag said...

Dear Leigh Lancashire Nationalist.

What is it you find tedious exactly, democracy or the Griffin/Collett gang's attack on it. The current situation, within the BNP, is quite simply disgraceful. The threats coming down from Griffin and his cronies should mobilise every member into action to save the party from this mad dictator.

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Anti-gag said...

Just a quick follow-on to my last email.

I was assuming that everyone had seen Eddy Butler's latest email, which makes totally unveiled threats to members who use their democratic right to support a leadership challenge. Anyone who doubts the need for leadership change, should read Butler's email and ask themselves: 'is this the type of party I want the BNP to become', ie. A total dictatorship.

Butler's email can be viewed at:

http://challengeforleadership.blogspot.com/

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Leigh, Lancashire Nationalist said...

Chris, we have had a good and honest unit here in the Leigh and Wigan area in the past, and who are additionally are not afraid of a good and honest open debate! Your aggresive nature in wanting to disrupt my/our local branch is getting rather tedious, or should I say, it's pissing me right off and I/we are getting a little aggrieved?

Or Is that your intention??

Anti-gag said...

My intention is a free and open debate, followed by a free, open, and democratic leadership contest. Unfortunately this is clearly something the Griffin/Collett gang want to suppress in the first instance, and prevent in the second.

You may find democracy tedious, hopefully the rest of Wigan people do not agree.

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

yaz