Thursday, 28 May 2009

Once a Socialist

In a complete scandal, the leader of a National political party handed himself a £5000 donation from a party member, channeled it through his private bank account and then donated it to a friendly trade union...

Once a National Socialist, always a National Socialist. Up the Unions!

Nick Griffin inspects his doorstep campaign team today
From the "Union" website
Third, we advocate the re-Nationalisation of essential public services such as the Railway system and Royal Mail. Privatisation has failed and has been simply a means to give multinational companies a means to profit at our expense. Alongside re-Nationalisation we would like to see the banking and financial sectors re-structured so that their enormous resources were deployed to benefit the people. Far greater industrial democracy and a wider spread of ownership through Workers trusts, co-operatives, family businesses and self-employment are something we would support.
Right wing communists. Haven't we been here before?

14 comments:

Archbishop Rowan said...

A very astute move by the one-eyed Hoon - it appears the donation was part of an attempt by Searchlight (Jewish Bolsheviks in the main) and the Sunday Times to stitch him and his band of numpties up.

For once, I applaud him - now if only he would stop his racist nonsense, and concentrate on getting the Muslim and Jewish influences out of British life, I might even vote for him.

Ampers said...

You know, I can't help feel that public anger isn't just about expenses. In the normal run of things, I think a lot of people would say, if they are doing a good job, then OK, I'll turn a blind eye to all but the illegal ones.

No, I think the real anger has been building up over the last two or three decades at the way politicians have treated the people with contempt. I think this is the real reason why people are so angry. Here is their chance to stitch up these arrogant bastards for all the contempt is the real mood of the people.

Tracey said...

Family businesses and self-employment = communism?

As the Archbishop points out this was an attempted stitch up which Griffin was completely aware of. Despite this the Times still tries to run a smear story in order to deceive any gullible fools who still believe the mainstream media (when it suits them).

Henry Crun said...

Sounds like Griffin and Bob Crowe are two peas from the same pod.

Oh and they are both cunts as well.

Anonymous said...

"Tracey said...

Family businesses and self-employment = communism?"

Tracey, please don't ask difficult questions !

What the hell are you doing ?!?!

Don't you know you are supposed to just shut up and swallow the spoonfed propoganda 'they' are trying to force-feed you....

Chalcedon said...

And still the MSM call them a far right party when they have socialist policies. Everyone loves a label, even when it is wrong!

Anonymous said...

I'm not a huge fan of all of their economic policies, (nor the membership criteria)BUT they are the only voice against the to mortal threats we face (besides your goodselves)i.e. islam & the EUSSR.
That is why they'll not only get my vote,my time and effort,and the odd donation. You can read the BNP version of events on their website published before the Times' " Griffin ate my hampster story"
Urban11

Anonymous said...

I don't care if the BNP are right or left. They are the only party openly against islamificaion so in effect they would be a liberal influence.

meteragn said...

Can anyone find a party they agree with 100%?

Lexander said...

BNP will get more more and more support over the coming years unless something is done to control immigration.

Anonymous said...

i´d rather have a two bob nationalist than a left-wing piece of shite?
and btw small fucking fry up to what the 646 did,love him than love the enemy(smear 09)innit

Close But No Cigar said...

I'll vote for Griffin every day of the week and twice on a Sunday if it helps get rid of all of those lying greedy snot gobbling fuck pig cunts from LibLabCon

Dark Lochnagar said...

I can see the attraction of voting BNP. You have no alternative to the usual big three in England. We are fortunate that we have the SNP in Scotland who as far as policies are concerned have the other three by the balls and are squeezing ever more tightly.

Anonymous said...

Surely we need radical change? Where is that to come from? I dont agree with all the BNP`s policys but at least their willing to tackle the difficult issue`s head on. Who else is?
In reality the BNP will never gain power but at least they`ll give a voice to hard working British people who are totally pissed off with the current situation. It might actually force whoever is in power to tackle these issues. That in itself surely makes them worth a vote?

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