Tuesday, 30 October 2007

BNP's consistency will appeal to voters

The Times this morning in its lead article informs us that books calling for the beheading of lapsed Muslims, ordering women to remain indoors and forbidding interfaith marriage are being sold inside some of Britain’s leading mosques.

Some of the fundamentalist works were found at the bookshop in the London Central mosque in Regent’s Park, which is funded by the Saudi regime and is regularly visited by government ministers. Its director, Ahmad al-Dubayan, is also a Saudi diplomat and was among those greeting King Abdullah when he arrived in Britain last night for his official state visit.

Extremist literature, including passages supporting the stoning of adulterers and waging violent jihad, was also found on sale at many other mosques regarded as mainstream institutions.
More than 80 books and pamphlets were collected during a year-long project in which researchers visited 100 mosques across Britain.

Today's Daily Telegraph reports that the Government has been forced to apologise after admitting that false information about the number of immigrant workers in Britain was given to the Commons. Peter Hain admitted that 300,000 foreign workers were left out of official statistics.

The Guardian, on its front page, tells us that the Labour Government will close the door to Bulgarians and Romanians hoping to live and work in Britain in the hope of deflecting criticism that it has lost control of the immigration system. The move, which maintains the tight controls introduced last year, means they are still being refused the rights given to migrants from six other eastern European accession countries.

And all this follows on from the Tories playing the immigration card just 24 hours earlier.

The fact that the issues of immigration and radical Islam just won't go away however much the establishment tries to stifle the debate, only goes to show that these are the issues that the British people are concerned about the most. While Labour and the Tories chop and change their policies and turn somersaults in their efforts to sound as though they intend to do something to keep Briton's happy (of course, dressing up their statements so as not to alienate the immigrant and Muslim vote) - the British National Party stays resolute, promoting the same policies it has advocated since 1999.

And it is this consistency that will set us head and shoulders above the old gang parties in the minds of voters, with Gordon Brown and David Cameron appearing more and more disingenuous with their meaningless slogans in the desperate scramble to win votes.

On Sunday I reported on the drama unfolding in the West Cumbrian town of Maryport, where the local Labour Party rehabilitated a disgraced councillor in order to keep the BNP's Steve Harris off the town council. Initially the story was only reported in the local West Cumberland Times and Star newspaper, so many people in Maryport might have been unaware of what was taking place . . . but not anymore!

Last night the first of 10,000 Maryport Patriot leaflets were delivered in the town to make sure that Labour's disgraceful manoeuvring is well and truly exposed. Such instant response on important issues like this is what local politics is all about and Cumbrian Press Officer Clive Jefferson, must be mentioned in dispatches for his swift and sterling work in this department.

News from the Sutton-in-Ashfield West Ward by-election is that Labour was out in force over the weekend delivering Trade Union leaflets attacking the BNP. Many of those leafleting were the same thugs that tried to prevent the public attending a British National Party meeting in Kimberley in Nottinghamshire a couple of weeks ago.

And finally congratulations to Derek Dawson, a British National Party councillor from Burnley who has been cleared by the Standards Board after a complaint by Shahid Malik

Derek filmed Colin Auty singing the song Where's it all gone? outside Malik's office in Dewsbury. But the MP, who is Britain's first Muslim minister, had claimed that filming had taken place inside his offices. There followed an investigation by the Standards Board which has now cleared both Derek and Colin, a member of Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council, of bringing their authority or office into disrepute.

A Freedom of Information request over the cost of the six-month investigation has now been made by the two councillors.

Derek told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph:
"I had no doubt about the outcome of the inquiry. Anyone with any common sense could see that there was no malice intended. It was all harmless.
"All of the words in the song are true - it is the reality of what is happening."
"The video was just a publicity exercise which came about because Shahid Malik had reported Colin to the Standard's Board after reading the words of the song in the BNP's newspaper, Freedom."

In its official ruling the Standards Board of England adjudicated:
"The ethical standards officer concluded that councillor Dawson was not acting in his official capacity or performing his functions as a councillor when he filmed outside Mr Malik's office for BNPtv.
"Consequently, the ethical standards officer could not examine councillor Dawson's conduct any further in relation to this incident, and so could only find that there was no evidence of a breach of the code of conduct."

The inquiry also ruled that there had been no attempt to film inside the premises. Similar findings were made in respect of the separate complaint against Colin Auty.
Police did attend the filming, following a complaint, but no statements were taken and no further action taken, according to the Standards Board.


Red and White said...

So let me get this straight: the way the Labour government will help is by closing the door on two countries that have a high number of immigrants and do nothing about every other country that has high levels of migrators! Anyone would think we didn't have a monolithic amount of immigrants already.

alanorei said...

Re: the Kimberley demo. and the complaint by Malik etc.

The enemy are lashing out in all directions and resorting to ever more blatant lying.

They are likely to become even more vicious as the British Resistance grows.

I forgot another group in my list of 6 organisations committed to the British Resistance.

The 7th that I can think of is of course Land and People.