Thursday, 28 July 2011

How the BNP should deal with Breivik-BNP stories by the media - Pt I

"While we share and understand Breivik's concerns, the BNP is not Sinn Fein and we would never ever advocate violence of any kind. We however welcome this opportunity of debating immigration, the causes of immigration and the way our political system operates that makes the liberal political establishment feel that the only way to deal with the issue of immigration is to suppress debate and demonise those who express their concerns. It was this that drove Breivik to feel he had no choice but to do what he did, to attract the attention he felt was necessary to shake the government out of their complacency and denial.  Let us hope they will change their spots this time."​orld/article/0,8599,208489​5,00.html#ixzz1T8KYj9PE

"Around 2000, I realized that the democratic struggle against the Islamization of Europe, and European multiculturalism, was lost. It is simply not possible to compete with democratic regimes that import millions of voters. 40 years of dialogue with the cultural Marxists / multiculturalists had ended up as a disaster. It would now only take 50-70 years before we, Europeans, were the minority. So I decided to explore alternative forms of opposition. But the biggest problem then was that there were no options for me at all."

Blame it on the LibLabCon oligarchy.

Look what Labour did to Gillian Duffy and Maurice Glasman. Look at what the Tories did to Enoch Powell and Nigel Hastilow. They are completely up their own arses and fanatically ruthless in their policy of "head in the sand-ism".

No one may express any concern about immigration without being accused of being accused of being an Evil, Racist, Nazi, Fascist Bigot.  Sadly, British men emasculated by over half a century of  feminism are only too
easily intimidated now. 

Very interestingly, the views Breivik (or should I call him Anders as I have discovered that he was at one time my Facebook friend?) has about feminism are so similar to mine found at that he may have been reading my Facebook walls, even if he did not write on them often enough for me to remember him.

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