So the BNP and Sinn Fein have between them won a total of three European Parliamentary seats in British home constituencies. The BNP wins are greeted with almost universal opprobrium. Sinn Fein/IRA won one seat and it is almost unremarked upon. Sinn Fein/IRA are responsible for the deaths of c3,000 people in Britain in the last 40 years, including over 1,100 army, police and prison officers. The BNP as far as I am aware have collectively been responsible for nil murders. The BNP, Andrew Bron & Nick Griffin's past has been subject to intense scrutiny. The '000's of Sinn Fein/IRA murders go virtually unmentioned. Why is this? Have we somehow become conditioned to express thoughts and opinions that are considered acceptable by a political and journalistic class? Has this conditioning defined boundaries to our opinions beyond which we cannot express an opinion at odds with that supported by the political and journalistic class? Where will this end up?