Saturday, 4 July 2009

21 comments:

Close But No Cigar said...

Very nice, I’m tempted, but how do these guy’s differ from the BNP and what are they going to do to reverse the present immigration infestation we have? Relatively new to OH blog, what am I missing here?

caesars wife said...

I would have preferred beethovens 4th , is OH now a sat night pre club venue .sham bo

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Holy fuck. The music is soooo the wrong choice.

Anonymous said...

Uplifting. Time to tell the establishment NO and about time to.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope LPUK have some better promotional stuff than this amateurish shite

banned said...

Too late, it's already a done deal as is the Regionalisatiopn ( = Balkanisation ) of England, see where the money goes.
The EU no longer comprises a group of Nations but rather 300 " Regions " each lobbying in Brussels, weakly, like ferrets in a sack.

Taranis said...

Not HUGELY inspiring ... but grist to the mill, I suppose.

Ron said...

NO to crappy adverts!

That was pretty amateurish.

microdave said...

I managed 30 seconds before I hit the mute button.....

Outside the box said...

Ok, bit of feedback on this. (I support you, this is not a troll.)

Firstly the Star Wars scrolling text doesn't work very well, although it is not as bad as the flashing text around 1'30, which looks very bad indeed.

Secondly I think your big selling point is abolition of income tax. Everybody wants to pay less tax. If you can convince people that it will work - that they don't really need the things that their tax pays for - then you've got a winner. It's a truly revolutionary idea, and one that every working person can understand.

The other things, such as the EU and the other loony Labour projects, are not so easy to understand. People who follow politics do understand why these things should be scrapped, but that's only a small percentage of the population. You want the vote of the remaining percentage - don't confuse them!

Anonymous said...

O/T but in a similar vein - a group of people have come up with a way to abolish Council Tax. Will see if there's a website address available.

Anonymous said...

All the anti EU and anti immigration parties need to join forces. The stakes are far too high to worry about any differences. Under the liblabcon the EU will remove all of your money and freedoms or islam will kill convert or enslave you.
Urban11

subrosa said...

Obviously their Britain means England when it says 60 million.

Not to worry, Scotland will soon be independent ;)

Anonymous said...

Just seen in the DT that that cunt Brown is back pedalling on Postman Pat's recent announcement about ID cards not being compulsory. His cuntish EU masters must have jerked his chain. Fucking cunt!

'Mr Brown has always insisted he backs moves towards compulsory cards – despite protests from Labour MPs and a pledge by the Tories they would abandon them if elected, saving an estimated £2 billion.'

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/labour/5742745/Alan-Johnson-opens-damaging-new-rift-with-Prime-Minister-Gordon-Brown.html

mendalec said...

Off topic:

I've just been reading an article about the resignation of Sarah Palin suggesting she may have been forced out in part through specious complaints against her. None of the complaints have been upheld but both she and the Alaskan Government have been put to some expense defending her.

Palin, Cloward, Piven and Kafka

It's the same concept as OH's plan to overwhelm the bureaucracy.

Man in the Street said...

This video stuff is all well and good, clever and the rest but who actually watches them?

People interested in political stuff, do their own research, have a brain and who have probably made up their minds who to vote for may. They don't need to watch it for more than curiosities sake at most however.

The opponent wonks certainly will.

The MSM certainly won't unless their lunch hour or three is rained off.

The people who created it certainly will.

What about the rest of the 65+ million people out there? I know millions are connected to the net but apart from sex, chatting, e-mail and gambling what else do they use their net connection for?

I speak from experience. I have helped many a friend, then a friend of a friend etc. to get their 'internet working' in SE16. A poor part of London where the herd instinct to vote Labour still reigns supreme. It's all sex, gambling and football results.

I don't wish to sound negative but I feel very negative. Why, how and when will the uneducated in politics I meet on a daily basis living here view these?

Man in the Street said...

I should have included (above) that they watch YouTube etc but only if some dim numpty has sent them a crappy link to someone falling off a bloody log. Click, watch, finish.

Anonymous said...

Obviously their Britain means England when it says 60 million.

Not to worry, Scotland will soon be independent ;)

I don't think so. The SNP et al intends to be in bed with Europe and Islam.

Thats as independent as you get

Ivor Bigot said...

What possible use is this to the LPUK? Aside from being completely shit (that music, Jesus...), people do not spend their days surfing Youtube in the hope of receiving political enlightenment.

If you want to get the sheeples attention, how about a full page ad in the Sun?

Anonymous said...

@mendalec - thanks for an interesting link.

Yes, basically it's what OH has suggested. However, if I understand him correctly, he's only suggesting it's used where there is actual wrongdoing - which should keep us all busy for the next couple of years.

JD said...

It's very easy to find fault, but I am impressed that something like this has come along at all! Brilliant if this is just the beginning and I hope it just keeps getting better. Can anyone remember a time when any political party was putting out a message anything like this?
It's certainly something to build upon. JD.

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