Monday, 2 March 2009


We in the BNP already know from our local election results nationwide that UKIP is collapsing. Their vote anywhere they stand a candidate is derisory. They have recently lost one of their leading figures, Robin Page.

The mainstream media doesn’t seem to be discussing properly the implications of the collapse of UKIP – they don’t like the thoughts it brings into their heads, and they definitely don’t want ordinary voters to pick up on it. Once voters start getting the idea that “hey, the BNP could get winners out of this” then they are more likely to turn out and vote for us. However, there are highly respected people who are looking at these implications.

”The Tories have been quick to pick up Pages' resignation statement and, no doubt, some are hoping that they will be the beneficiaries of the collapse of UKIP – and that it is. (There is a piece this morning on Tory Diary, which has some interesting, if predictable, comments.)

It is unlikely, however, that the Tories gain any benefit whatsoever. As we pointed out earlier, the inheritors of the UKIP vote – and many more – will almost certainly be the BNP. That seems to be what Labour's private polling is telling it.

We are thus looking a situation where the BNP will for the first time gain a number of MEPs. On the other hand, there is a very real prospect of a total wipe-out for UKIP. It could well lose all its MEPs, including its original three gained in 1999. That, if it happens – and it looks increasingly certain – will effectively mean the end of UKIP and the end of euroscepticism organised on a party basis. For that too, we will have to thank Farage.

But, as we also indicated earlier, that does not mean that euroscepticism will disappear. On the contrary, it will acquire a harder edge, carried along by parallel agendas which the establishment will not like. In the past, they have had great sport from UKIP, mocking and denigrating its members. Now the hard men are going to take over. They will not be mocked so easily – or at all.”

Go read it all:

Do read that article, and do take particular note of the second half of it regarding the “expected” riots this coming summer. Again, very interesting.

The army on the streets? Always possible I suppose given that it isn’t the usual Leftard suspects that are expected to be rioting – it is the ordinary working (or increasingly not working) lower and middle-classes that are expected to take to the streets. This is quite disturbing news given that they wont deploy the army against Muslim rioters – ♪♫ run rabbit run rabbit run run run ♪♪♪ police will do quite nicely for them (we’ve all seen “that film”).

Now, it’s hardly credible that even our current lot of dismal political leaders would expect a soldier in a London-based regiment would open fire on fellow Londoners (recent-years recruited police might be a different matter – “I’m only doing my job ma’am“ CRACK!), or that one from a Yorkshire based regiment (most regiments recruit the majority of their soldiers from particular geographical areas – not all, but a majority) would open up on the people of Leeds. However, it is conceivable that a Yorkshire soldier would do a Londoner and vice-versa.

So, a sign to watch out for between now and this coming Summer … watch out for Northern regiments being moved South, Southern regiments moved North to take over each others’ barracks. Watch for Welsh and Scottish soldiers moving to England while English soldiers move to Scotland and Wales.

They made these sorts of moves with the police during the miners’ strike. Brought in outsiders to do the dirty stuff.

If anyone picks up any news of military (or police) movements resembling these scenarios, please email what you know. I can be contacted via my ‘Contributor’ button at the bottom of this page.


"In a stunning conversation with a friend, who is a serving member of the Armed Forces, over the weekend, it was revealed that transfers to regiments and other units in the UK on home duties are being undertaken by the MOD based upon whether an individual was prepared to 'open fire' on UK citizens during civil disturbances.

I found this long and extracted conversation to be both bizarre and frightening. I will state at this point that he is someone that I have known for years, and trust implicitly. The fact that service personnel are actually being asked in special briefing sessions whether they would fire on their own nationals indicates that the rumours about the Army being put on standby are indeed very true."


I happen to know independently that the immediately-above blogger is a former serviceman. Like me, he enlisted at the age of 15.


1 comment:

Andrew said...

We know who will turn ape when around 5+ new MEP's will be BNP. there will be riots and mass car burnings.

Or will the BNP find themselves banned. Illegally of course... For those who the Gods wish to destroy. First they make mad.