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A White By Another Other Color Is Still A White

The British National Party is committed to create a United Kingdom that is united around the principle that whites are simply not only the best people to lead a nation, but the only ones. Its leader, Nick Griffin, decided to warm things up a bit by announcing a change in the party’s Constitution that would allow those of less than white color to join in the festivities of anti-black rallies. The new amendment to the Constitution says, “we are happy to accept anyone as a member providing they agree with us that this country should remain British.” Griffin does not expect an avalanche of black and Asian recruits, but would be happy to see a “trickle.”

If we adhere to the basic principle of the BNP that whites should be the ones on top, how does that connect with the DNA connection to Africa. Sorry, Nick, we are all black brothers under the skin.

Let’s Get More Fascist Says British Fascists!

These days it is getting harder to be a good little Nazi because some Fascists want you to be Fascist at higher and higher levels of hate. Nick Griffin, head of the British National Party thought he was doing a good job blasting away at the Muslims and the other “low life” who inhabit his beautiful and wonderful land of Great Britain. Much to his surprise, Lee Barnes, the BNP legal officer, told his boss there is need to ramp up the hate quotient if Fascism is to get ahead. He told BNP followers of his disappointment that Griffin “should have stood up to these whining middle class hypocrites that sue the race card for self-enrichment and thrown the truth right back into their fat, sanctimonious, hypocritical, self-serving, faces.” I assume his anger is not directed at thin sanctimonious hypocrites.

Barnes went on to suggest that “perhaps there needs to be a few white riots around the country a la the Brixton riots of the 1980s.” Many chat rooms also expressed disdain for their great leader with comments about being naive when in the lair of those who want equal rights for people who should not have equal rights. “It was almost like Nick went on expecting a normal episode of Question Times, it was always going to be a hatchet job.” On the bright side for Fascism, a reported 9,000 new little bigoted budding Fascists signed up with the BNP. After all, one can never have enough of light weight brained people to rant on and on about “those people” as the source of their problems

Should Political Beliefs Impact Being Able To Teach?

The disclosure of over 12,000 names of people who are members of the right wing, British National Party(BNP) raised questions as to wether teachers belonging to the organization should be allowed to teach. The list included names of 15 teachers, four nurses and members of the armed forces. Chris Keates, general secretary of the NASWUT teacher’s union, bluntly stated: “those who declare their affiliation to the BNP should not be allowed to work in the teaching profession or in public services.” The Department for Children, Schools and Families said thee was no ban on BNP supporters working in schools, but they could be disciplined or fired if their expressed racist views in the classroom.

During the 1950s, anti-Communist hysteria resulted in many teachers who had been members of the Communist Party in America to be fired. Once members of any legal political party are fired for membership, one is on the slippery slope of giving government the right to decide who can or can not teach because of personal political views. The only criteria if whether or not an individual expresses racist views in class or makes derogatory statements about children. They have a right to be a nudist, Communist, atheist or Nazi in their personal lives. People should be judged on actions, not beliefs.

Immigration Wars In England

British politics is being impacted by arguments concerning immigration. On one end of the political spectrum, the right wing racist British National Party is urging restrictive laws on immigration while the Conservative Party is attempting to determine how to appeal to the electorate. David Cameron, head of the Conservative Party, is siding with those in his party urging a swing toward anti-immigration in order to siphon votes away from the BNP. Many critics argue such an appeal might gain votes but runs the risk of turning away moderates who are not satisfied with the Labor Party.

There are now 200,000,000 migrants living in countries throughout the world. This world wide phenomenon is creating serious political issues as demagogues vie for votes by appealing to the baser instincts in people.