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  • Unite Against Fascism – UAF
    almost 1 million people voted for the BNP in the 2009 European Election being stopped from exercising their democratic rights to speak to the press by a non elected group of left wing thugs You can not defend democracy from fascism by using fascist tactics against fascists If you try to does that not make you a fascist Demonstrate peacefully by all means but do not act in a non democratic way you are supposed to be defending British democracy not trampling on it because the ends justify the means David 6 responses to Unite Against Fascism UAF Previous 1 2 3 robbo Comment on Unite Against Fascism UAF Why do the UAF feel the need to protest every tim the BNP or EDL have a say in the media Are they scared that the real truth will come out on just what is happening in this country I am not a supporter of the UAF but when they hold a meeting I don t go to it and protest My grandfather and millions of men and women fought and died in world wars so that I could have freedom of speech in my country but it seems if its not what UAF want then they protest Reply to Comment Unite Against Fascism UAF True Brit Comment on Unite Against Fascism UAF Could it be the BNP and EDL are racists fascists Nazis who hate ethnic minorities immigrants Muslims and homosexuals and the UAF are concerned about the violence towards ethnic minorities gays ect whenever the BNP and EDL make headway in an area Just throwing this out as an idea Reply to Comment robbo Comment on Unite Against Fascism UAF True Brit I am a fully paid up member of the BNP and very proud of the fact and I am even more proud of my country I can honestly say that I do not hate anybody but how can you call the BNP racist when it has seikhs who are also fully paid up memebers Over 70 UAF members were arrested at the recent marches in Bolton but the EDL are described as thugs by the media and press the truth is out there Reply to Comment Unite Against Fascism UAF Marcus Comment on Unite Against Fascism UAF That last line about using fascist policies to fight fascism making them a little bit fascist themselves is a point I ve made numerous times before It s nice to see someone else finding the same internal contradiction in the UAF s tactics It s also quite funny you mention the BNP being able to claim their freedom of speech is being removed by left wing thugs and what s Robbo doing Precisely that Hit the nail on the head Reply to Comment Unite Against Fascism UAF Jon Comment on Unite Against Fascism UAF We have heard from a good source that 70 Africans have been welcomed in to Rotherham 10 of them have full blown AIDS and the rest

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  • BNP Immigration Policy
    things damaging British football wouldn t be the end of the world but lets expand this to look at the field of science Again we have some of the best scientists in the world but there are just as many great scientists born in other countries and it would be a travesty if our Universities and research institutes etc couldn t hire a great scientist just because he she wasn t born in Britain To Potential British National Party Voters We need a well thought out immigration policy NOT stop immigration completely and forever Looking through the political parties immigration policies and I m sure some will disagree with this assessment I view them as follows BNP Immigration Policy Way over the top as my eldest son put it The BNP way is the equivalent of using the A bomb to take out a fly Sure you got the fly but you also destroyed everything else and irradiated the land UKIP Immigration Policy Stopping immigration for 5 years except for important workers Still a bit on the harsh side but at least it s a realistic concept We need skilled workers and at least UKIP understand this Labour Conservative Liberal Democrats Immigration Policy The BNP supporters are going to like I m combining them There s not great deal between them IMO as public opinion is moving towards stronger controls on immigration the main three parties are adapting their immigration policies slowly I still see all three parties immigration policies as on the weak side which is why the British public are not happy and the BNP are benefiting from that unhappiness Yes immigration is important but lets not destroy one of our nations favourite sports that is the beautiful game of football David Law 3 responses to BNP Immigration Previous 1 2 3 michael1938 Comment on BNP Immigration Policy Would Damage the Game of Football I am a lover of football and once had the opportunity to be a pro player However I am now 72 and I am totally bemused by FIFA regulations We continually are belittled in the world and European cups and is it any wonder I watch as much foorball as possible on TV but sometimes I am hard pressed to find the English players It is my considered ipinion that there should be a minimum of 7 English players in and English team Reply to Comment BNP Immigration Maria Davis Comment on evidence i have i did nt lie evidence i have i did nt lie I have solid evidence that i day d not lie the way mr anjam alam khan banned me public serviced Reply to Comment Maria Davis Comment on solid evidence mr anjam alam khan lied to british people amp to local MP mr kevin brennon who backed mr khan solid evidence mr anjam alam khan lied to british people amp to local MP mr kevin brennon who backed mr khan Mr kevin Brennon Local MP backed the wrong horse

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  • BNP Policies : BNP Crime and Justice Policy
    six months with compulsory work and training in return for decent payment The socialist building block housing concrete monstrosities which blight our urban areas and which are the breeding ground for delinquency and crime will be torn down and replaced with decent housing which encourages the stable family unit Non indigenous crime rapidly becoming a serious problem as the knife and gun crime epidemic spreading throughout our major cities will be dealt with in terms of BNP immigration and identity policy Overcrowding in prisons will be solved by the deportation of the tens of thousands of foreign criminals to serve their sentences abroad in their home countries This act alone will free up to 70 percent of jail space in many prisons The BNP will also Make prisons more austere and make criminals serve their full sentences Offenders will be made to understand that they are being punished and not rewarded with a state subsidised holiday for their crimes Use electronically tagged chain gangs to provide labour for projects such as coastal defences Introduce automatic prison sentences for all repeat offenders Put police back on the streets and remove their current political correctness shackles Allow victims of crime full freedom to defend themselves and their property Make joint custody of children the norm in divorce cases Grant anonymity to those accused of crimes until they are convicted Make police concentrate on real criminals and serve the public not the government s political aspirations The British National Party alone recognises that crime must be tackled on two levels firstly by effective policing and secondly by addressing the root social causes of crime both indigenous and non indigenous in origin Addressing these two issues will solve the crime problem The time has come for change British National Party Crime and Justice Policy http bnp org uk policies law and order I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on BNP s Crime and Justice policies in the comments below 4 responses to BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy Previous 1 2 3 john stapleford Comment on BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy Use a map of uk with county boundries and use rutland for the british and see if there are enough county s for all the other nationalitis that are here Reply to Comment INTERESTED OBSERVER Comment on BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy Agree with corporal punishment but got to be careful about capital punisment even DNA evidence can be faked and any undue pressure on the courts could be detrimental to the interests of justice Reply to Comment White Guy Comment on All wrong All wrong The law should protect us from criminals Nothing else matters Most criminals can t be rehabilitated and punishing them just makes them more vicious They should be permanently exiled to single sex prison settlements on remote and otherwise uninhabited islands like South Georgia In a TV interview at the last election Nick Griffin said prisoners should be

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  • BNP Policies Debate
    I created the general BNP Policies BNP Housing and Welfare Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election Originally benefits were meant as the state s obligation to support those who genuinely are not in a position to support themselves This guiding principle must always remain the guiding BNP Policies BNP Immigration Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election Given current demographic trends we the indigenous British people will become an ethnic minority in our own country well within sixty years and most likely sooner All the BNP Policies BNP Defence Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election British soldiers lives are one of the most valuable assets this nation has and should only be risked in conflicts in which British interests are directly affected This simple BNP Policies BNP Foreign Aid Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election We reject the idea that Britain must forever be obliged to subsidise the incompetence and corruption of Third World states by supplying them with financial aid We will link BNP Policies BNP Transport Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try

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  • Coalition Government Plans
    David Cameron has launched that plan and he s serious It gives more power to the people lets them have more control over their community and control the funding for projects and it sounds great on paper When I look NHS Sets Aside 1 7bn For Reorganisation and Reform Posted by Caleb in Coalition Government Plans UK Politics Should GP s Take Over the NHS Budget The NHS has set aside 1 7bn for reform and reorganisation more than seven times the amount it aims to save This money will help pave the way for GP s to take over of the budget from managers in hospitals NHS Boss Sir David Nicholas said it was to PM David Cameron Turns His Back on Free Over 60 s Bus Pass Election Promise Posted by Caleb in Coalition Government Plans During the Election Campaign David Cameron said he would keep free bus passes for over 60 s but it seems like he made a major U turn on his old promise and ramped the age up to 65 Prime Minister David Cameron made changes to the 1bn concession scheme that allows 60 year old citizens take buses Vince s World Business Secretary Vince Cable s Launches Graduate Tax Posted by Caleb in Coalition Government Plans UK Politicians Vince Cable has returned from his big TV disappearance And the Elephant In the Room Has Got BIG News Vince Is back and he s got more attitude than ever slapping down policies left right and centre he s jumped from behind the parliamentary sofa and onto TV Vince Cable has placed a graduate tax this Chancellor George Osborne s Axe Dangles Over Incapacity Benefit But will It Be Cut Posted by Caleb in Coalition Government Plans Nothing is Safe From the Chancellor Not Even

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  • Conservative Party Politicians
    Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality Posted by David in Conservative Party Politicians Theresa May is the new Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality in David Cameron s new Conservative and Liberal Democrats coalition government Theresa May has been the Member of Parliament for Maidenhead since 1997 and replaces Labour s Alan Johnson as Home Secretary Theresa May studied at St Hugh s College Oxford obtaining a BA in Election 2010 Chris Huhne Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Posted by David in Conservative Party Politicians Chris Huhne is the new Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in David Cameron s Conservative and Liberal Democrats coalition government Chris Huhne has been the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Eastleigh since 2005 and replaces Ed Miliband as Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Chris Huhne has a first class Election 2010 Ken Clarke Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor Posted by David in Conservative Party Politicians Conservative MP for Rushcliffe Ken Clarke is the new Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor Taking the role of Labour s Secretary of State for Justice Jack Straw Ken Clarke served in government ministerial positions through out the entire 18 years of Conservative government under Margaret Thatcher and John Major so brings a lot Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Posted by David in Conservative Party Politicians George Osborne at 38 is the youngest Chancellor of the Exchequer for 125 years Not bad for a graduate who wanted to be a journalist but having failed to secure a job with a national newspaper found a job at Conservative Central Office and the rest is history George Gideon Oliver Osborne has been the Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron Posted by

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  • Conservative Policies Debate
    a comment at the Conservative Blue blog specifically in response to this blog post http blog conservatives com index php 2010 02 02 ask me your questions on the economy I think you ll agree a blog post titled Ask me your questions on the economy by George Osborne Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and Conservative General Election Is the National Minimum Wage Safe Under a Conservative Government Poll Posted by David in Conservative Policies Debate Political Polls UK Politics The National Minimum Wage was legislated for by the Labour government 10 years ago At the time the Conservative party argued against the national minimum wage on the grounds it would cost the country jobs businesses would stop investing in Britain because labor costs would be so high To date we ve not seen great job Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Posted by David in Conservative Policies Debate Election 2010 Why Vote The Conservative and Unionist Party more commonly known as the Conservatives the Conservative Party or Tory Party is a centre right political party in the United Kingdom Founded in its present form during the early 19th century it has since been the principal party of the political right in Britain and it is the oldest political Conservative Policies Conservative New Businesses National Insurance Contributions Policy Posted by David in Conservative Policies Debate According to the Conservative Party conference the Conservative Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election George Osborne has announced that as part of our plan to Get Britain Working we will abolish tax on the jobs created by new businesses in the first two years of Conservative Policies Conservative Foreign Affairs Policy Posted by David in Conservative Policies Debate According to the Conservative Party website

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  • Election 2010 Why Vote?
    Debate The Liberal Democrats often shortened to Lib Dems are a centrist political party in the United Kingdom formed in 1988 by a merger of the Liberal Party and the Social Democratic Party The two parties had formed the electoral SDP Liberal Alliance for seven years before then The party s leader is Nick Clegg The Lib Dems Reasons to Vote Labour at the Next General Election Posted by David in Election 2010 Why Vote Labour Policies Debate The Labour Party is a centre left political party in the United Kingdom Founded at the start of the 20th century it has been seen since 1920 as the principal party of the Left in England Scotland and Wales but not Northern Ireland where it has only recently begun to organise again Labour first surpassed the Reasons to Vote Green 2010 General Election Posted by David in Election 2010 Why Vote Green Policies Debate The Green Party was a Green political party in the United Kingdom It has been succeeded by three political parties the Green Party of England and Wales the Green Party in Northern Ireland the Scottish Green Party The Green Party was originally formed as PEOPLE or the Ecology Party in Coventry in Reasons to Vote Conservative 2010 General Election Posted by David in Conservative Policies Debate Election 2010 Why Vote The Conservative and Unionist Party more commonly known as the Conservatives the Conservative Party or Tory Party is a centre right political party in the United Kingdom Founded in its present form during the early 19th century it has since been the principal party of the political right in Britain and it is the oldest political Reasons to Vote British National Party BNP 2010 General Election Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate Election 2010 Why Vote Also

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