Friday, 6 February 2009

I don't believe in conspiracy theories but . . .

FRIDAY has always been the best day of the working week, but over the last few months waking up to a string of excellent BNP election results, has given the day an extra shine.

Make no mistake, that was a massive result in Tameside last night. The Old Gang Parties had a specific agenda for this election campaign and that was to reduce the vote share of the British National Party. While both Labour and the Tories were of course "in it to win it", all the anti-BNP campaigning that went on was specifically orchestrated with only the one goal in mind - to reduce the BNP vote so that they could all claim, whoever won the seat, that support for the BNP was in decline.

Now I know this is the case because I was tipped off by a disgruntled Tory that an all-party meeting had taken place and that this strategy has been put into place.

As I said on this blog earlier in the week, our experienced elections manager for Tameside, Mike Lester, said that he had never witnessed an anti-BNP campaign of such intensity before and that he was worried that our vote might indeed suffer under the constant barrage of anti-BNP publicity.

But thankfully the British people of Hyde Newton weren't about to be bullied and our vote not only held firm, but actually rose by 2% and that is something that we should be shouting from the rooftops about. We withstood all that the Old Gang parties and their agents in the establishment and media could throw at us and came through not just unscathed but even stronger.

Years ago I would have felt uneasy writing something like this. I hate conspiracy theories and talk of secret meetings and hidden agendas. Back in the seventies and eighties, the Nationalist movement seemed to attract the conspiracy theorist by the busload and to coin a phrase, it used to do my head in. I'm afraid I used give them short shrift and made a number of enemies because of my lack of tolerance in listening as they expounded on their convoluted theories.

But something now is going on behind the scenes - the whole of the political establishment organising against the British National Party.

I don't think this is wishful thinking and an exaggeration our importance just to make us feel we are something that we are not. I seriously believe that there is an OFFICIAL hidden agenda against the BNP.

On this very subject there's a little snippet in The Guardian this morning with Martin Kettle writing in support of a Government of National Unity to tackle the economic crisis. But there's another reason why he is advocating a coalition Government . . . "for the BNP to be resisted"! You can read the full article here.

And finally the Church is bragging that its intervention in the Hyde Newton by-election stopped the BNP from winning the seat - talk about turkeys voting for an early Christmas. You can read that story here.

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alanorei said...

Excellent election result, Martin. Though nulab must still have a lot of turkeys in the woodwork.

Re: conspiracy etc. The Chatham House Director of Studies in the 1930s was Arnold Toynbee, ancestor of Polly, whom I once heard described as a pc Commie bitch.

I would not attempt to disabuse anyone from holding that opinion.

Arnold Toynbee was committed to abolishing the nation states and setting up a one-world government. He said this in 1932, long before Common Purpose was actually called that.

“We are at present working discreetly but with all our might, to wrest…sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of our world [“our” means him and his crowd of one-worlders, who had set up The League of Nations after WW1]. And all the time we are denying with our lips what we are doing with our hands [like Prescott professing to devolve power via regional assemblies], because to impugn the sovereignty of the nation states of this world is still a heresy for which a statesman or a publicist [journalist] can be ostracized and discredited.”

The above is taken from Britain Held Hostage, by Lindsay Jenkins, Orange Free Press, 1998, p 50ff.

Folk were more patriotic in 1932 than now. But WW2 broke out in 1939. A world war is the best way to weaken nations, as a first step to a one-world government. The UN was created after WW2. It is the next step towards global tyranny.

Everything the old gangsters do is aimed at weakening Britain so that she will eventually fall in lock-step with the rest of Europe as a gaggle of EU regions, represented by Brussels at the UN. Since most of the rest of the UN are anti-Brit (and anti-the US) anyway, they would perceive this devlopment as a major step forward.

The BNP is about all that stands in the way of this Toynbee-style objective. That is why the Party is attacked 24/7 by the rest of the 5th Column establishment, which is now most if not all of the establishment as such.

defender said...

Somebody mention Toynbee, Chatham House, Commie and common purpose in one post here. .
There is your link to the Fabian Society all there. Also LSE
Conspircy? you betcha.
We are deeper in the poo than most people can imagine, most think its just the usual boom and bust.
They have a long headstart.
Political solution? We have to try for our own concious I suppose but the threat of suspended democracy is there, all signed up and ready to go

alanorei said...

The cancer is indeed well established and malignant. A BNP Government will have a lot of 5th Column cleansing to do.

Which will mean treason trials.

No point in calling a spade a shovel.