Wednesday, 20 August 2008


I had an interesting little encounter today, near the town centre.

I was making my way to the post office from the bus station; this route goes past our M.P. Neil Turner's office. Outside the office I saw a council traffic warden ticketing a parked car. I have no idea who's car it was, but as I was passing I said

"I hope that's our M.P. Neil Turner's car"

"It's always possible" said the warden "but very unlikely. They have private parking behind those big gates"

Why is that interesting?

It's interesting because it's a perfect illustration of how our politicians, national and local, make the rules for policing us in matters large and small, and send out their cash collecters to collect all the fines they can impose. Kerrr ...ching!

Then they set in place arrangements that exempt them from those rules. One law for us, another law for them.

This reminds me of the Labour governments plan to set in place an ID register for all the nation's children ... except that the children of politicians and other prominent people will not be included.

Tired of this sort of thing?

Vote BNP.


Anti-gag said...

Now during these quiet periods is the time to be a bit adventurous with this blog, try videos and stories from other local members. ID your best writers among the local membership, and get them started. Make a few short videos of the regular candidates, if there not that good so what, you learn from your mistakes. Look at this blog as a free glossy colour election brochure with videos.

Local stories win votes. Well done Wigan BNP.

Chris Hill

Anti-gag said...

over 70% of homes now have broadband access, if we say another 10% are still on dial up, that's an 80% of homes that you can reach free!

OK you have to leaflet in-order to get the message out that Wigan BNP does have its own web site, but you leaflet during elections anyway.

Blogs win votes.

Anti-gag said...

I should have said:local blogs win local votes.