Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Why the BNP are not standing in the election....the inside REAL story.

The two pages shown here date from 8th February 1999. Read them and inwardly digest. What they tell us is that the security service was instructed to smash a legitimate political party, the BNP. They were to investigate the members, their friends, their work mates, EVERYBODY who had contact with them.

At the same time a close associate of BNP Chairman Nick Griffin, Mr Roberto Fiore, was 'outed' as an MI6 asset by both the European Parliament and the Italian Parliament.
This is just a small part of the evidence that there was a hidden campaign against the BNP waged by assets of the state.

Why was Fiore allowed to stay in the UK in the face of repeated extradition attempts? Why did various journalists show interest in these stories for a day or two then suddenly lose interest and drop them like a hot potato? When Roger Cook did an expose of Nick Griffin, how exactly did Nick learn about the 'sting'  before it happened and thus wait for Roger Cook with a placard. The only time he was ever sussed by his subject. And why did his career fade afterwards?

So there we are. Just a short synopsis of this writers view of how the BNP collapsed. Any questions will be welcomed.



All this organised destruction of 'unacceptable' political organisations by the establishment, whilst they simultaneously protected high ranking paedophiles.
The whole corrupt edifice needs total demolition.

Pass the ammunition said...

Apparently 40% of voters are still undecided about how to vote in next Thursday's general election.
Let's hope they wake up to the reality of what is being done to our country and vote for the one party prepared to stand up for the rights of the British people, UKIP.
The rest are simply Internationalists and traitors.

Vote Labour Get Immigrants said...

I find it quite ironic that the 70th anniversary of VE Day will be on the 8th May, the day the election results come in. This marks the day in 1945 that we celebrated victory in Europe, after the whole country fought tooth and nail to prevent a European power from invading us and destroying our freedom and culture. Many thousands fought to the death to achieve this. Yet look at us now, with around a third of the electorate ready to vote Labour. In effect, this is a pro-invasion (through immigration) vote and a vote for the eventual destruction of our culture, albeit without guns, tanks, aeroplanes and soldiers. I really wonder if the current generation would have put up much of a fight in 1939.

As much as I despise the man, Winston Churchill was right when he said "The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter."

Labour: The Immigrant Party said...

Labour voters are either: cretins; lunatics; traitors; or members of certain immigrant groups.
Any British person who cares about patriotism, economic competence, decent traditional values and the very survival of Britain as a recognisable entity would NEVER vote for such a party.

stoppitnow said...

I see Councillor John Taylor is gloating on his website there are no BNP candidates in the local elections this year.
Very true as I have been too busy.
Don't gloat for too long with your accusations of fascists as I'll be back in 2016.
Did I get him worried in 2014 by coming second?
Enough people did like the BNP policies to vote me into second place, get worried.

Tick, Tick, Tick... said...

Tory traitors win overall majority.
In reality, marginally less s***e than Labour traitors winning.
In the whole campaign and in all the post election endless yammering in the media, immigration - unquestionably one of the voters key concerns - has been almost totally ignored. It's the one issue that every party (barring UKIP) is utterly petrified of even talking about let alone taking meaningful action on.
It remains to be seen if the Tories, now they're unshackled from the LibDems, will do something about it. With Cameron in charge and his appalling and gutless record on immigration, I won't be holding my breath.

SerpentSlayer said...

UKIP got a bloody good national vote and fuck all to show for it bar one half of the mps they won in by elections. If we are going to pretend that democracy is the best way to run a country, could we at least have a system designed for national elections where 40,000,000 people vote, rather than one designed for designers dozen or so gentry to put one of their mates into an advisory council for a medieval king?