I have been studying the BNP manifesto in last 6 months. I am struggling to understand what the party is made off and why should any body vote for them. They are a legitimate party of course that is making its mark in these difficult economic times on Polls… My investigation led me to speak to their South East office.
At the start they refuse to talk to me and finally I had 30 minutes to ask the questions I wanted for my own clarity of mind.
The gentleman I was talking to was 23 years old who had no clue of why he was actually in the Party admin team. He never got out of the UK, and has a limited knowledge of the world and actually shocked me with his hatred words. He looks dysfunctional, angry and lost and needed big help.
One thing I learned after the time spent there was Anger and Ignorance can make people do and say crazy things. This young man knows nothing, absolutely nothing; he was just a follower of ideologies and principles that was imposed to him, when I think I thought deeply. He was not acting by his own will. He is just a desperate young man that finds himself in this Party. His job constitute of giving leaflet and welcoming people at Events.
The BNP is a messed up party, they may have ideas for the country but their ideas are not good for the Society as a whole. They are bullies!
The Society has suffered from Hitler… to George Bush, and we don’t need crazy people leading us anymore! Their strong ideas will be damaging for our society and the generation to come.
Indeed the more attention we give to the BNP the more visibility they will get. Less attention should be given to this party, the main front runners UK parties needs to reach out to the people of this country by being honest, transparent and open. They need to give power to the people of Britain. I always think that what make a country work is to have sustainable plan, recruit the young people that have fantastic ideas and listen to them.
The BNP policies on immigration are designed to eliminate people that want to work and live in this country. Together as a One world we can do more for our society. I agree that people that comes in this Country and expect the system to care of them needs to be monitored but one of the reasons of having immigrants in this country is simply the fact that they are looking for a better life.
When a country economy is not strong, when there is a war, genocide, ethic tribal cleansing, corruption, and unstable government the victims will run and find a better life. We all had migrants in our families. Migration always existent and will continue to exist.
Which ever party you will vote for on the 4th of June, think very carefully about your children, friends, families, next generation to come, the society you want to see.
“We are the world we want to see and our lives is our hands”
Source: BNP website article: Winston Churchill vs David Cameron: A Struggle for the Soul of the Conservative Party
Winston Churchill on Immigration
“I am considering blocking all immigration to Britain because I fear a growing coloured population will pose a threat to Britain’s social stability. We do not want a parti-coloured UK.” — Winston Churchill, Cabinet Memorandum, dated February 1953.
“Problems will arise if many coloured people settle here. Are we to saddle ourselves with colour problems in UK? Immigrants are attracted here by the welfare state. Public opinion in UK won’t tolerate it once it gets beyond certain limits.” — Winston Churchill, Cabinet memorandum, February 1954.
David Cameron on Immigration
“Immigration is a good thing. Immigrants actually create more employment. As we write off our fellow citizens from participating in the workforce, other countries’ citizens take their place.
“The gaps in the labour market are, very naturally, being filled by migrant workers. That, in itself, is a good thing, not a bad thing.
“We should not try to unlock the potential of our own citizens by locking out the citizens of other countries. When willing, able and energetic people come to this country to work, they don’t crowd out other people from the labour market.
“As the Fresh Talent initiative by the Scottish Executive recognises, skilled foreign workers expand our economy and make us more competitive. Ultimately they create more employment.” — David Cameron, speech to Disability Scotland, 15 November 2006.