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478 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Fracking Java · 0 replies · +2 points

Simon,

The 2011 election results were poor. Changes have to be made!

Geert Wilders founded the Dutch Party for Freedom in 2005.

In 2006 they took 5.9% of the vote and won 9 seats in their parliament.

In 2010 they increased their vote share to 15.5% and won 24 seats to become the 3rd. largest party in Holland.

Surely we must learn from this.

The main message from Geert Wilders and his party is their opposition to the spread of Islam and Sharia law.

THIS SHOULD BE OUR MESSAGE!

How could the media and the other political parties oppose this stance?

Formreader

566 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - From Under The Sea · 0 replies · +1 points

Hi Simon,

I joined the bnp because it is the only political party that is clearly opposed to the islamification of this Country.

All the other parties appear to actively promote islam.

If the bnp were to block all applications from muslims, then surely the argument that the bnp were racist would be defunct, as islam is not a race it is a faith.

Additionally full membership of the bnp could be confined to Christians with all other faiths becoming associate members. Associate members would pay a smaller annual subscription (half a loaf is always better than none).

Only full members of the party would be allowed to determine party policy.
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Formreader.

566 weeks ago @ The British National P... - The BNP Will Have to A... · 0 replies · +1 points

I joined the bnp because it is the only political party that is clearly opposed to the islamification of this Country.

All the other parties appear to actively promote islam.

If the bnp were to block all applications from muslims, then surely the argument that the bnp were racist would be defunct, as islam is not a race it is a faith.

Additionally full membership of the bnp could be confined to Christians with all other faiths becoming associate members. Associate members would pay a smaller annual subscription (half a loaf is always better than none).

Only full members of the party would be allowed to determine party policy.
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Formreader.

579 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - 07062009163 · 0 replies · +1 points

Pay Pay! Pay Pay!

Well done to all.

I'm off to bed now.

Formreader.

579 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Big Day · 0 replies · +3 points

Keep the faith Simon. I am sure all will be ok.

Just read the form!

We have many more members and activists than 4 years ago.

We now have a GLC member.

We now have three County Councillors.

We have run a much more professional and expensive campaign.

I still say it's a shoe in!

Formreader.

581 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - BNP Euro Broadcast Goe... · 0 replies · +6 points

Super broadcast, spot on, in every aspect. Well done to all involved.

Simon you can still get 1.5 on Betfair for the bnp to win one seat. Fill your boots.

Love the blog.

Formreader.

587 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Know Your Sharia Law -... · 0 replies · +4 points

These two videos placed next to each other on the main B.N.P. site would be, in my opinion, a very powerful recruiting tool for the party!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7BOyXZdJ_c

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=&s...

What do you think?

587 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Spanner in the Works · 0 replies · +1 points

Dear Simon,

These two videos placed next to each other on the main B.N.P. site would be, in my opinion, a very powerful recruiting tool for the party!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7BOyXZdJ_c

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=&s...

What do you think?

All the very best,

Formreader.

587 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Light at the end of th... · 0 replies · +1 points

Dear Simon,
These two videos placed next to each other on the main bnp site would be, in my opinion, a very powerful recruiting tool for the party!
What do you think?
Keep backing the winners,
All the best,
Formreader.

593 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Last Night's Radio · 0 replies · +1 points

Good stuff Simon. You are a star !
Arthur.