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The allegations of apparently corrupt acts (especially in regard to Thomson Travel) mentioned above MUST be thoroughly investigated by the Police - this goes right to the heart of our democracy and the British public have a right to the truth. If it is swept under the carpet, we may rightly assume that Britain is no different to any of the tin-pot countries elsewhere in the world where corruption is rife and ordinary people are treated with contempt by the ruling political elite.
Despite this, there's no chance of the UAF dropping their hostility towards the BNP as their supporters are largely of the rent-a-mob variety, uninterested in or incapable of reasoned political debate and bent only on violence and disorder - of which this incident is the latest of many. Even the police seem to have had enough.
Surely time for Cameron and other high-profile UAF supporters to recognise this seedy and subversive outfit for what it is by publicly disassociating themselves from it.
Tunbridge Wells, traditionally a Tory stronghold, is a good choice for your campaign. Many, if not most, Conservative voters privately support BNP policies and desperately wish Cameron would grow a pair and espouse some of them at least - those on immigration, the EU, and grammar schools would do for a start - but must know there is a fat chance of that happening.
Last year, the incumbent Tory MP where I live came canvassing and claimed to support tough policies on immigration, getting Britain out of the EU and bringing back grammar schools. However, when confronted with the fact that Cameron and the Conservative Party didn't actually endorse these policies he fell back on the feeble excuse that these 'aims' were what he personally hoped to see 'in the fullness of time'! I told him that if this was really the case he was in the wrong party!
When the time comes, I sincerely hope true Conservatives in Tunbridge Wells think long and hard about where their loyalties really lie and have the moral courage to act out of conviction rather than mindless habit, by casting their votes for you and the BNP.
On the plus side, the action by the EHCR and the court's decision will be widely seen, even by those who do not support us, as state-sponsored persecution of a legitimate political party and as a warning to everyone who cherishes our hard-won democratic rights.
We are of course inured to these sort of double standards and underhand tactics by now (we are currently being given the silent treatment) but it still rankles that in a supposedly democratic country no British editor or journalist seems willing exercise ordinary fair play with stories concerning the BNP by simply reporting the unvarnished truth. Countering the lies, smears and slurs and coping with the silent treatment has been difficult but more and more people are aware of what is happening - 'you can fool some of the people etc.etc.'
Formerly an avid reader of the D/Mail and D/Express, like many other contributors to this website, I have given up buying these papers in disgust, as they totally disregard the views of the overwhelming majority of their readers.
For all the sham enthusiasm and standing ovation, Cameron's performance yesterday was uninspiring and totally lacking in substance, and his insulting reference to Nick Griffin, an elected MEP and moreover, an honest and courageous politician, was despicable. No one should be at all surprised, as Cameron was simply doing things the UAF way, which is to avoid challenging BNP policies with rational argument and to resort to violence, intimidation and insults instead.
The BNP membership voted overwhelmingly for the constitutional changes which have removed issues which may have prevented some Tories from giving us their support. Many (maybe even most) Tories now find they have more in common with us than with today's Conservative Party - time to reconsider their options?
Good pic of Nick above with the nice looking lady - who is she? More like this can only reinforce the Party message that the BNP has absolutely no problem with legally settled minorities who have bought into the British way of life.