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BNP manifesto

#81
benjaminw1 said:
No the BNP are British Nationalists, cuddly English nationalists (a la SNP) are the EDP
As I said in my last paragraph, how many non-English people voted for the BNP? Let's see, in May 2003 2,344 Glaswegians voted for them during the Scottish Assembly elections, and....that's it. Unless you count the 73 people who voted for them in Auchinleck. How many people are standing in Scotland? Two. So, given the lack of interest on my compatriots' part, I'd say the BNP has no appeal to Scots.
As for Wales, I could barely find any records that they contest that place at all. 278 out of 35,000 voters in Newport West? Is that they best they can do?
Let's see, in the European elections they polled 3% in Wales and 1.7% in Scotland.

Hey, I'm the new president of Britain, people. Who cares if anyone voted for me, right? I can call myself any shyte I want.
 
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#82
cheesypoptart said:
benjaminw1 said:
No the BNP are British Nationalists, cuddly English nationalists (a la SNP) are the EDP
As I said in my last paragraph, how many non-English people voted for the BNP? Let's see, in May 2003 2,344 Glaswegians voted for them during the Scottish Assembly elections, and....that's it. Unless you count the 73 people who voted for them in Auchinleck. How many people are standing in Scotland? Two. So, given the lack of interest on my compatriots' part, I'd say the BNP has no appeal to Scots.
As for Wales, I could barely find any records that they contest that place at all. 278 out of 35,000 voters in Newport West? Is that they best they can do?
Let's see, in the European elections they polled 3% in Wales and 1.7% in Scotland.

Hey, I'm the new president of Britain, people. Who cares if anyone voted for me, right? I can call myself any shyte I want.
Are you sure you're not talking about the Tories?
 
#83
PartTimePongo said:
I saw the Griffin on the box yesterday , at his "Manifesto" launch.

My, what stary eyes you have Mr. Griffin, and when allied to some of the utter garbage you were uttering, you really did look a few air miles short of Heathrow.

Let's hope they don't get someone with some charisma as Leader.
Is Nick Griffin the new Pope ? - I thought it was Uncle Fester.
 
#85
Biscuits_AB said:
All my wisdom?........aw shucks. I believe that people in the UK are afraid to speak thier minds. If they speak out against any anti social conduct by a percieved racial minority, take the Gypsies for example who are riddled with criminals who benefit from the proceeds of crime (speak to any Cambridgeshire copper), then they are pilloried for being racist by the PC Brigade. There were many complaints against the Met Police that they were racist as they frequently stopped and searched young black males. I'm sure that if the description given was that of a young black male then there would be little point stopping a young white or asian male. Didn't anyone recognise this?

I do believe that the truth is based upon fact as that is the very basis of our judicial system. If the truth is that an ethnic group is responsible for crime, then why should this be dumbed down by politics and politicians?

Not sure what you are fishing for WB, perhaps you may enlighten us?

Not fishing for anything but informative opinion, Biscuits. I can't ask that you recall all of my posts here and elsewhere, but your sentiment in line one and beyond above is one I've expressed a couple of times in threads where democracy, freedom of thought and speech, UK/NI politics usw are concerned.
For some unknown reason I think you mistook what I wrote for a "dig" at you. It wasn't, but then you don't care what I think. That's hardly the way to conduct a debate on a subject like this; it makes you look just a bit like the subject of the debate.
 
#88
76mill said:
£12 a head Xmas do ? Classy............................
I'd want horses d'ovres and some nibbles for £12 classy or not.
 
#89
Cutaway said:
crabtastic said:
Whilst at some level I feel I should address your fetish for firearms that evidently extends well beyond what might be called a more healthy appreciation for a tool of the trade, I will instead venture so far as to say that we, as a country, might better spend our time and effort focusing on emulating the widespread distribution of Scandanavian pornography.
I regard firearms neither with adoration, awe nor any sense of eroticism.

Possibly a grave error in your upbringing or perhaps media/political disinformation has brought on your hoplophobia, but it will be exceedingly difficult to have a sensible discussion on firearms until this condition is cured.

Regardless, the topic was the BNP manifesto and I think we should keep generally within the subject although I am quite happy to continue this side issue elsewhere.

I see that by bringing in humour to the question you have sidestepped my question...... Are you presently in, or have you considered a career in politics ? :wink:
Cutaway,
I've just been on the threads inhabited by Walts. I wish at this time to withdraw any dispariging remark I may have made towards your views. Listening to the Walts has put things into a completely different perspective for me. (Although the thought of them having access to real weapons is rather disturbing as they are evidently walking on a very narrow ledge.)

Many apologies.
 

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