Sunday, March 30, 2008

The BNP have moved Big Ben

One of my colleagues on Gateshead Council got his hands on a copy today of a glossy mailing posted out by the BNP to people who, it can only be summised, were regarded by the BNP as supporters. Complete with begging letter was a magazine, issue 1 of "Hope and Glory".

When I looked at it, something did not appear to be quite right on the front page which was filled by a hugh picture of the Houses of Parliament. And then it struck me, Big Ben had been moved and airbrushed into a different place. For some reason it is now where the St Stephen's entrance is.

Quite why the BNP should wish to redesign one of our great British buildings in this way is not clear.

Thumbing through the pages reveals no surprises. The usual BNP rants about foreigners, asylum seekers and immigrants. And an awful lot about Nick Griffin, the BNP chairman. The sheer weight of promotion of the chairman would almost suggest that he had been having difficulties within his party recently!

The back page is devoted to BNP must-have mercandise from "Excalibur". Indeed, Chairman Nick in one of his articles writes, "A big restocking is now under way at Excalibur, which aims to provide a much bigger selection of attractive gifts showcasing our wonderful Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Norse heritage..."

Mmmmm, now let me just consider this a moment...... I seem to recall from my study of history that the Anglo-Saxons and Norsemen (better known as the Vikings) were all immigrants who forcibly made their way into Britannia. Interesting to know that BNP are exhibiting a significant degree of inconsistency on immigration!

Or perhaps this is all a bluff to make the great British public think the BNP actually like immigration and that the nation can benefit from the movement of people to our shores who can bring skills and new cultures. Or perhaps the BNP has a secret policy to remove all immigrants and their descendents. Quite where all the Anglo-Saxons and Norsemen (and women) will go is not clear!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll be sending £100 tomorrow,good luck to the BNP,i've had a gut full of the one party LabLibCon artists, greedy pigs the lot of ya.Non of you listen as well as you hear,you just don't get it do you,you are all so far out of touch with millions of people and hope that smears will save the day,its not skinheads voting BNP its everyday people,people who used to vote mainstream,that wont stop now,you lot are miles away,many many people are in total dismay at British politics and you come out with;The BNP have moved Big Ben.By the way great move on the referendum,not.Mr Headsand.

Anonymous said...

Your giro doesn't come till Thursday, Keith, so hold your horses on that one.

Instead of mailing the taxpayers handouts to the Cult of Griffin you might prefer to send your beer tokens to those ex-bnp members who are being dragged through the courts by Griffin for "bringing the BNP into disrepute." Lol.

Anonymous said...

Your giro doesn't come till Thursday, Keith, so hold your horses on that one.
My name is Iain not Keith,i have my own small business,a five bedroom house,no mortgage 2 cars and 4 children,i'm 37.

Anonymous said...

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/tim_hames/article3648815.ece

Anonymous said...

My 9.34PM namesake is one of those knuckle-dragging illiterate BNP crackers. PWT...

And no, decent white people are not falling for the BNP trickery, lies, criminal antics and outright terrorist activities... We the people know better than to sink into Nazi darkness. Vote anyone but the BNP - British Nazi Party or Bloody Nasty People - take your pick!

Anonymous said...

8.55pm you are as mad as o box of frogs,a screaming lefty.I haven't done too bad for myself for a knuckle-dragging illiterate BNP cracker,but you would know that,wouldn't you? seems you know me,my family and friends so well. you pathetic cretin.

kevin scott said...

Interesting that one of your "colleagues" managed to get his hands on one of those.

I wonder who works for the Royal Mail on Gateshead Council?

As for immigrants "forcibly" entering "Britannia" (what was that then? Please explain?): you mean the natives actually put up some kind of resistance?

Well, fancy that!

No doubt there was a few people around then saying: but think of the economic benefits they will bring, the 'culture', the 'diversity', the 'vibrancy' of it all?

I expect those sort of people join Lib/Lab/Con now, while the rest of us take heart from some rare common sense from the centre of the establishment (regardless of the position of Big Ben!!)and get involved with the BNP!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7322825.stm

Incidentally, 'Hope and Glory' is better than that idiotic glossy you produced for the Sedgefield election last year, Jonathan.

'Snap', I think it was called and thoroughly awful it was, in both content and tone.

Who thought the candidate would look good posing with a whippet?