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#1 9 years ago

The British National Party (BNP) recieved 2 Seats today for entering into the European Parliament.

Here is a short blurb about the party

Students, businesses and other groups have no desire to see them enter the parliament or recieve any funding. Racism and hate mongering has no place in the current multicultural world.

If you are British Please support this action against the BNP with the NOT IN MY NAME campaign

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#2 9 years ago

Its only 2 seats, no biggy. Besides, Fascism/Nazism is almost dead anyway

Have Your Say (from the source) FANTASTIC.......A MAJOR CHANGE IS COMING geoff, LONDON, UK God bless the BNP. Maybe the rot will finally stop. Britain will not get many more chances to turn its civilization around. Perhaps this is the beginning of that process. It needs to start somewhere and the UK is as good a place as any. Xenophon, Atlanta, USA

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#3 9 years ago

If you believe in democracy then you believe that, because people voted for them, they should have those seats. If you don't then you're just a hypocrite prancing around in the clothes of more righteous men while handing out your own brand of hate; and if that's the case I see little to choose between a member of the BNP and yourself.

The issue is finding out why they have the seats, why people voted for them, what the problems people have with multiculturalism are and from where they spring. This is a sign of a social problem, and stamping on the external signs of it by attacking the BNP as a political party is just reactionary garbage.




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#4 9 years ago

Gods the BNB in itself isn't a problem. Unless I'm mistaken - Austria, Hungary and uh the Netherlands? Have also got far right candidates. But the important thing is, they don't have enough power, let enough people to make an official fraction.




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#5 9 years ago

Well, aren't Big Brother SMS votes more popular than real elections in Britain? Populism bites there. Anyway, right-wingers are in fashion elsewhere as well now, although no "fascist" parties were elected elsewhere.




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#6 9 years ago

I'd expect that 90% of the people signing the petition did not actually bother to vote in the election assuming that 'this could never happen' or that 'it is someone else's problem'. This is a democracy. The popular vote went to the candidate who appealed to the most people, or at least to the people who were most prepared to take a trip down to the polling station to cast their vote.

I would not vote BNP, but I can understand who people rationalise their choice. Britain is becoming an immigrants playground. It's unlimited immigration of the scum who wish to rape our country of everything she has which caused the BNP to come into power. Unless the lab-lib-con parties come along with a solution to this, expect this issue to get bigger and support for the BNP to grow larger.

Should we be worried? There is a General Election around the corner. Perhaps this will serve as a wake up call to the major parties that we're not prepared to accept their appeasement of Brussels and allow our nation and people to be taken for idiots. British borders need to be back in British hands, and those who do not belong here need to be shipped out.

The short sighted will see that as racist. It's not. Born here, you're British. Come here with skills we need, welcome. There is black, brown and yellow in the Union Jack. What I despise more than the immigrants who come here with nothing to offer us but another mouth to feed are the Government of this country which allows this to go on. It disgusts me.

But my disgust would never cause me to vote BNP.




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#7 9 years ago

AzH;4910458I'd expect that 90% of the people signing the petition did not actually bother to vote in the election assuming that 'this could never happen' or that 'it is someone else's problem'. This is a democracy. The popular vote went to the candidate who appealed to the most people, or at least to the people who were most prepared to take a trip down to the polling station to cast their vote.

I would not vote BNP, but I can understand who people rationalise their choice. Britain is becoming an immigrants playground. It's unlimited immigration of the scum who wish to rape our country of everything she has which caused the BNP to come into power. Unless the lab-lib-con parties come along with a solution to this, expect this issue to get bigger and support for the BNP to grow larger.

Should we be worried? There is a General Election around the corner. Perhaps this will serve as a wake up call to the major parties that we're not prepared to accept their appeasement of Brussels and allow our nation and people to be taken for idiots. British borders need to be back in British hands, and those who do not belong here need to be shipped out.

The short sighted will see that as racist. It's not. Born here, you're British. Come here with skills we need, welcome. There is black, brown and yellow in the Union Jack. What I despise more than the immigrants who come here with nothing to offer us but another mouth to feed are the Government of this country which allows this to go on. It disgusts me.

But my disgust would never cause me to vote BNP.

You share my viewpoints pretty much exactly. :/


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#8 9 years ago

Right-wing parties, particularly extreme ones, have this habit of gaining more popularity during difficult economic times. There seems to be a certain segment of the population who, upon being refused for a credit card or mortgage, immediately seem to assume that the immigrants are behind it all. Heck, the Nazis managed to blame the Jews for the economic stagnation of Germany back in the day, so it's hardly surprising that the racists and fascists are at it again in this day and age too. For all the bluster about being a 'more advanced, tolerant civilisation' that you hear these days, human beings, when bunched together in large groups, aren't much different now than they were thousands of years ago. As soon as credit card applications start being accepted at their pre-recession pace again, those two seats will disappear just as quickly as they appeared.




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#9 9 years ago
Mr. Matt;4910532 As soon as credit card applications start being accepted at their pre-recession pace again, those two seats will disappear just as quickly as they appeared.

The BNP actually polled lower then they did in 2004. I think their "strong showing" here is less to do with their popularity, and more to do with Labour losing their grip on things as a result of the expenses row. The BNP got ( I think I recall this right ) 2% less votes than last time, but Labour polled 12% less. It's not necessarily support for the BNP, but rather a fuck you to Gordon Brown.

The UKIP are the ones to watch, polling second ahead of Labour. Check them out. I'm seriously considering voting (for the first time) at the next election and putting that vote behind the UKIP.




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#10 9 years ago
AzH;4910535The BNP actually polled lower then they did in 2004. I think their "strong showing" here is less to do with their popularity, and more to do with Labour losing their grip on things as a result of the expenses row. The BNP got ( I think I recall this right ) 2% less votes than last time, but Labour polled 12% less. It's not necessarily support for the BNP, but rather a fuck you to Gordon Brown.

Voter turn-out was also significantly lower in this last bout of pointless 'X' scrawlings than it was in 2004 - a 2% drop in votes isn't exactly a failure for the BNP. But whatever the reasons, once wallets are topped up and new plasma TVs grace homes across the country, sentiments will shift back again.

The UKIP are the ones to watch, polling second ahead of Labour. Check them out. I'm seriously considering voting (for the first time) at the next election and putting that vote behind the UKIP.

UKIP were the only other party who stood for election in my constituency besides Labour and the Conservatives in the last general election, and I almost voted for them out of spite for the other two. But I have this policy against voting for one-policy parties, particularly right-winged ones who plan on wrecking the economy even more than it already is. Seriously, as much as I dislike the state of the European Union at the moment (or the idea in general for that matter), simply withdrawing isn't so simple anymore.