Thursday, 4 August 2011

Should there be a worldwide campaign to give young men like Chris Hurst the right to raise their right arm?

How strange and sad that Chris Hurst had to go all the way to Hungary to be able to raise his right arm.  He thought he was safe when he was finally in Hungary in a crowded room with other young people who wanted to raise their right arm too, but he was not, for a Sun journalist at the music festival photographed and filmed him doing this terrible thing!   

Other races in other nations will wonder what on earth the fuss was all about, but they do not understand the taboos and restrictions of 21st century Totalitarian Liberal Matriarchal Britain, where doing such things are simply not allowed and will result in severe punishment.  

I am sorry this happened to Chris Hurst - the now expelled BNP West London Organiser - with whom I have always got along and quite like. To be honest I am not surprised that he should want to attend such an event and am not particularly shocked. My right arm rises slightly from my keyboard in commiseration.

I was once described satirically as a "BNP chief" - which is the mark of Cain, apparently. This means the media are going to target you and the party is going to expel you when you are targeted. Mind you, the party never stand up for any of their activists and treat them as disposable as soiled toilet paper the moment there is a hint of trouble.  

You would have thought that a party like the BNP would court a bit of controversy or be seen to defend the privacy, free speech and free association of their top activists, but it seems that the incumbent Chairman is intent on behaving exactly like David Cameron or Ted Heath, who will dump anyone in the party that gets a bad press no matter how longstanding or how hardworking, without any attempt to be fair or defend them.   

It is enough that enough people are offended and are squealing loudly enough.   

I once found myself doing a Mexican wave in a Madonna concert just because everyone else was doing the same thing. Maybe the Roman salute has the same effect when everyone else around you is doing the same thing.

However, if I were, I think I might just be impelled to do whatever the crowd is doing, just to fit in.  

Chris went all the way to Hungary so he could let his hair down and raise his right arm at a music festival in the company of young people who wanted to do the same naughty thing.

I feel it is a great shame that one has to go all the way to Hungary to raise one's right arm with like-minded people these days.  And even then you have your face all over the FRONT PAGE of the Sun ...

Apparently, in this country you could ge arrested on public order offences just for sieg heiling. 

I could hardly believe it, but that is what the law says.,_alarm_or_distress

A person is guilty of an offence if, with intent to cause a person harassment, alarm or distress, he:(a) uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, or(b) displays any writing, sign or other visible representation which is threatening, abusive or insulting
thereby causing that or another person harassment, alarm or distress.

So, if you cause your girlfriend or your wife distress in public, you are arguably guilty of an imprisonable offence in easily offended Britain, it would appear.  

Perhaps next time David Cameron wants to lecture the Chinese on their human rights, it will be pointed out to him that in Liberal Britain it can be a crime to raise your right arm.

I am thinking of starting a campaign for the right of the British to raise their right arm but imagine most people will be too afraid. 

Perhaps it is time for China to lecture the British Prime Minister on its human rights record.

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