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517 weeks ago @ YourBNP - Finding Our Feet: Link... · 1 reply · +2 points

Interesting stuff.

Your paragraph about singer/songwriter Morrissey states that: "... immigration was one of the reasons he would not move back to Britain from America".

At the time Morrissey was living in Italy, not America. He would hardly be criticising immigration to the UK whilst living in the USA - a land almost entirely populated by non-indigenous people.

Here is the link to The Telegraph's article about Morrissey's views on the subject.

531 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Resilient · 0 replies · +1 points

Sorry to take the wind out of your sails, Alan, but - like any politician talking about his party's chances - Richard was just being optimistic. If Hodge and Cruddas managed to win in the General Election it stands to reason that Labour would win at local council level too.

531 weeks ago @ Simon Darby - Resilient · 0 replies · +1 points

I agree entirely. In some constituencies the Labour share of the vote actually increased. In Liverpool Walton Labour got 72% of the vote while the BNP candidate lost his deposit. This is lemming behaviour.

Given all the Labour lies and expenses cheating I cannot being to comprehend how anyone could vote Labour. For example, how could anyone vote for Hazel Blears, given her capital gains tax cheating? And how could anyone in Rochdale vote Labour after one of their Labour supporting stalwarts was branded a bigot simply for raising the issue of immigration with Brown?

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Third Party Campaignin... · 0 replies · +13 points

Oh dear. I do feel sorry for Ms Hodge. Still, all those millions in the bank will cushion the blow for this ardent champagne socialist.

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Colonisation: One Mill... · 0 replies · +6 points

Based on these statistics, in the 16 constituencies listed below whites are a minority. The percentage shown is the BME proportion of the electorate. As you can see, Birmingham Ladywood is almost three quarters BME.

BIRMINGHAM LADYWOOD 73.02%
BRENT NORTH 71.76%
EAST HAM 70.55%
EALING SOUTHALL 69.95%
BRENT CENTRAL 67.19%
WEST HAM 63.40%
BIRMINGHAM HALL GREEN 60.26%
TOTTENHAM 58.09%
ILFORD SOUTH 57.55%
BRADFORD WEST 55.66%
LEICESTER EAST 54.67%
BETHNAL GREEN & BOW 53.66%
BIRMINGHAM PERRY BARR 53.52%
HACKNEY NORTH & STOKE NEWINGTON 52.05%
BIRMINGHAM HODGE HILL 51.83%
CAMBERWELL & PECKHAM 50.67%

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Labour Rag Pays Liar t... · 1 reply · +3 points

Never fear. The Press Complaints Commission will come down like a ton of bricks on the Mirror for this. In fact, I fully expect the PCC to get the Mirror closed down for printing this pig's number twos.

That reminds me - the piglets we keep in our back yard are ready for their first flying lesson. Must go.

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Labour Rag Pays Liar t... · 0 replies · +1 points

Indeed. Serial liar and former Labour propaganda meister Alastair Campbell was on more than that per month when he worked at the Mirror. £6K is peanuts.

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Did Gordon Brown Lie o... · 0 replies · +1 points

Labour have to lie to get votes.

If they told the truth only immigrants and the mentally ill would vote for them.

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Did Gordon Brown Lie o... · 0 replies · +5 points

Presumably those alleged million Brits didn't all move to the same country. They spread themselves around. Some to France, some to Spain, some to Scandinavia, some to Germany, etc. I would expect that very few moved to the Eastern European countries. I would guess that the most popular destination is France, which is more than twice the size of the UK.

So each destination country has only had a hundred or so thousand Brit migrants to assimilate and, as you point out, they are financially secure and not looking for state handouts.

532 weeks ago @ The British National P... - The Daily Mirror: Wins... · 0 replies · +8 points

The Mirror doesn't have principles. In common with all the national dailies it just wants to sell as many newspapers as possible. It currently pitches itself at working class trade union supporting types and has done so for many years.

Several newspapers have switched allegiance recently to attract a larger readership.

The Sun - which switched from Tory to Labour back in 1996/7 following a meeting between Blair and Murdoch - has now flipped back to Tory.

The Guardian has switched from Labour to LibDem, with its sister paper The Observer following suit. The Times now officially backs the Tories and the ironically named Independent is now apparently a LibDem zone.

Meanwhile the Daily Star backs anything nubile with nice breasts.