Thursday, September 03, 2009

BNP to change membership policy?

Afraid of being 'bled white' by the courts, Nick Griffin seems to be plotting changes to the membership rules of the BNP. Why he should be quite so scared of being bled white, when that's his plan for the future of our country isn't quite clear.

I for one look forward to the hordes of Afro-Caribbeans and Pakistani members flocking to the BNP to demand an end to immigration and repatriation of all non-native 'aliens' in the UK.

Unsurprisingly, this has kicked off a debate with the two-fingered nutjobs on Stormfront, most of whom seem to think that this heralds the death of the BNP, but a few who are dreaming up ways to allow 'ethnics' to join and bore them to death or victimise them and expel them if they look at anyone a bit funny.

He's definitely gone soft, old Nick. Only a few weeks ago, he was railing against illegal immigration into the EU and posing a suitable Solution.
But the only measure... which is going to stop immigration and stop large numbers of sub-Saharan Africans dying on the way to get over here is to get very tough... Frankly, they need to sink several of those boats. Anyone coming up with measures like that we'll support...

Meanwhile, a BNP candidate in this year's European elections has been convicted of failing to provide a breath specimen after he was stopped by the police in East London at 11:15pm for driving without lights. Robert Bailey claimed in court that this was all part of
conspiracy against me, my party and the indigenous people of this country
His brief had to resort to claiming that his client may suffer from a personality disorder leading to paranoia. Well, I'm surprised.

3 comments:

Rayatcov said...

Would you please be so kind as to answer a question I have asked on several sites, without an answer being forthcoming.
Just why is it OK to accept Sinn Fein MEPs and MPs, who after all have murdered thousands, shot people in the knee caps, tried to kill a Prime Minister and members of the Royal Family and not BNP MEPs.
The BNP Party from what I have read, have harmed no one and only expressed an opinion. An opinion many do not like but only an opinion after all.
Is this your idea of democracy. People can believe what they like as long as you agree with it.
I would like an answer but I won't hold my breath.

Robert Brown said...

You have read wrongly then, the BNP have harmed people, and they quite like their death threats as well. I would provide a link or two, but I don't know how. They just have a good PR team, and a respectable image.

We do accept BNP MEP's we do not seek to get rid of democracy. We do campaign against all opposition parties.

PoliticalHack said...

Sinn Fein, of course, are now part of the government of Northern Ireland and have professed a commitment to peace.

I respect the choice of those constituencies that elect a representative of a different political hue, but that doesn't mean that I think that their choice is healthy or good for politics.

Unlike the Tories, the Lib Dems or Labour, the BNP promote racial division. My idea of democracy is one based upon equality - something that the BNP's racist stance does not permit.