National Action - Thank God, We've Been Saved!

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Even thought these people are unpleasant, they are not in the same league as, say, the IRA or Al queada (however it's spelt).
 
#10
Just a thought. Did that Thomas Mair have any connection with this NA outfit? It would make sense.

He could have fire-bombed a kiddies nursery and it would have gone virtually unmarked, but target one of the Westminster establishment and just see what happens next.
 
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What was that political party that was created to sound a bit like UKIP in order to dupe people on the ballot papers?
Gen question..cannot remember but lots of votes went to them presumably on the thought they were UKIP.
 

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#19
These folks are neo-Nazis in everything but name. From their “manifesto”:
Our ultimate aim of a white Britain can only ever be achieved through state power and the complicity of state institutions; Police force, Army, Intelligence Services, etc.
How do they hope to achieve that, then? There’s only one “race” – the human race. Some are short, some are tall, some have blue eyes or brown eyes, some have blonde, brown, black or ginger hair. Also, some have dark skin and some have light skin. Some even have the incredible luck to be Irish.

Just how is this group going to “get rid” of all those of different ethnicities who’re now in the third or fourth generation in the UK? They want a “white Britain”, but those aforementioned folks have far more claim to the UK than me, for instance, or Dutch, German or Scandinavian “whiteys” living here. It’s just an excuse to persecute those they feel should “know their place”. As I said, neo-Nazis and it’s good that they’re banned. They should have no platform for their perverted ideology.

MsG
 

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#20
What was that political party that was created to sound a bit like UKIP in order to dupe people on the ballot papers?
Gen question..cannot remember but lots of votes went to them presumably on the thought they were UKIP.
From the Telegraph. It doesn't paint your average Ukip voter in a particularly flattering light if I'm honest.

The party - “An Independence from Europe” - was “masquerading” as Ukip in a bid to confuse voters and was already taking some of their postal votes.

The party's slogan “UK Independence Now” and its logo depicting a European Union flag with a line through it meant it was winning support from confused Ukip voters.
 

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