Sunday, 29 March 2009

A SHARED BELIEF!

What have these images in common?
The people associated with them it has been said would all have supported the BNP






Winston Curchill expressed views which were identical to those of the BNP.
Keir Hardie, the founder of the Labour Party (the real one not the shower in power now) had similar views on the threat to our people as we do.
The cutting is from today's Sunday Times reviewing a book on his life.
The Spitfire needs no explanation. It protected us from certain defeat at the hands of the Nazis in the battle of Britain.
What is not generally known that we have as members, three of the brave former Spitfire pilots who risked their lives to defend us from invasion.
These elderly gentlemen who risked their all and saw their colleagues die can see the freedom they fought for is being thrown away by the "Trojan Horse" of massive immigration which is invasion by another name.
Although at opposite poles of the political spectrum Winston Churchill and Keir Hardie were both patriots unlike the commedians and traitors of their former parties.
That is why the two great men would have supported our party and the pilots do.
THEY ARE , AND WE ARE PATRIOTS, AND ALWAYS PUT THE
BRITISH PEOPLE FIRST!

2 comments:

Anti-gag said...

Nice picture of what appears to be a genuine Battle of Britain Spitfire (3 bladed prop and no wing cannons). Given that most of our fighter squadrons in the summer of 1940 consisted of Hurricanes, should we not be talking about the total number of members who took part in that air conflict? Statistically if we have 3 Spitfire pilots we must have at least 8 or 9 BofB pilots in our ranks.

As for your comments about Keir Hardie and Churchill, they did indeed have different views on how best to serve or nation, but what they both had in common (as you rightly suggest) was a wish to serve our nation and its people. Today's leaders seem only to have an interest in expense claims and porn films (also of course on expense!).

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Keir Hardie once said that he was against immigration as it tended to depress the wages of the working man.

yaz