In the name of God, go!

brian-mahoney2National Steering Group member Brian Mahoney made an astute observation during his recent speech at the Midlands Conference in relation to Oliver Cromwell and his dissolution of the Long Parliament.

Brian correctly inferred that the parliament of 2013 is just as corrupt as that of 1653. He made the point that some 360 years had elapsed between the two dates, and with 360 degrees in a circle, it could truly be said that the wheel has come full circle!

Few would dispute that Cromwell’s words, spoken on the occasion of his forceful dissolution of the Long Parliament on April 20th, 1653, could just as easily be applied to the bunch of self-serving, globalist, tax-eaters to be found in that EU-subservient cesspit by the Thames today.

History records Cromwell as declaring: “It is high time for me to put an end to your sitting in this place, which you have dishonoured by your contempt of all virtue, and defiled by your practice of every vice; ye are a factious crew, and enemies to all good government; ye are a pack of mercenary wretches, and would like Esau sell your country for a mess of pottage, and like Judas betray your God for a few pieces of money.

Is there a single virtue now remaining amongst you? Is there one vice you do not possess? Ye have no more religion than my horse; gold is your God; which of you have not barter’d your conscience for bribes? Is there a man amongst you that has the least care for the good of the Commonwealth?

Ye sordid prostitutes have you not defil’d this sacred place, and turn’d the Lord’s temple into a den of thieves, by your immoral principles and wicked practices? Ye are grown intolerably odious to the whole nation; you were deputed here by the people to get grievances redress’d, are yourselves gone! So! Take away that shining bauble there, and lock up the doors. In the name of God, go!”

In 2013, as in 1653, in the name of God, go!

13 thoughts on “In the name of God, go!

  1. That speech is surely all you would need to put on a leaflet at election time. It sums up the state of parliament & our poor benighted country beautifully. Who could possibly disagree?

    1. A good idea but I think the policy statement would be a better leaflet, as a recruiting tool at the very least. It says what the party is all about and in vests more in the reader than an average leaflet, I think that is worth something.

  2. As they say the last man to enter parliament with honest intent was Guy Faulkes. I see that Cameron is sticking up for his bankster bosses on their bonuses again today in that House of ill-repute.

  3. I had forgotten what wonderful words that our Lord Protector spoke on the eventful day in 1653. The 360o comparison is a good one. Do Cromwell’s words ring true today ? The answer I would suggest is YES. Most of those in the Commons and House of Lords are self serving opportunists to whom the word Patriot is a dirty word. Money and influence are the most important things in their lives while our beloved country has been used and abused by these selfish people.
    The list of betrayal of our people is endless, a crime that has been committed for decades.
    Only a radical Nationalist Party with balanced and sound policies will have any chance of righting so many wrongs.
    We must try.
    God Bless our Motherland.

  4. Off topic but in my opinion serious enough to put on the site. One of our own is in dire need of our help. The following sorry tale is a reflection of the states utter contempt for indigenous folk and especially Nationalists, for want of not wishing to embarrass this comrade I will call him B.he lives here in West Yorkshire and has been involved in our cause for quite a few years he was a candidate in the last General election standing for the BNP. B lives at home and was until recently caring for his elderly Father who sadly passed away approx twelve months ago, since then he has been trying to find work having previously applied to join the Prison service,passing all the qualifying criteria except one, yes you’ve guessed it he was a BNP member and so he was flatly refused a position he then tried agency work on the premise low pay is better than no pay he secured a position labouring in a food warehouse only to find he was the only Englishman amongst almost one hundred Poles who for the “fun of it” made his life hell until the management cancelled his agency work.Since then life has got steadily worse if fact on speaking to me today I have been given an up to date,B is now visiting soup kitchens (his meager benefits cancelled on a technicality partly due to him being unmarried with no dependents) on his las visit he was told to act like” a spaced out druggie) to secure a meal! When he cooks he only has potato and carrot he cannot afford meat and depressingly he is turning his electricity power off at five o’clock each afternoon and sitting with a candle. I share this story because we hear so much about benefit scroungers and alike but here is a Briton and a Nationalist to boot who is being treated abysmally. I was B’s election agent and the man never once let me down, he is a comrade and a brother and I intend to do everything in my power to help him but isn’t it sickening how Great Britain treats its own.

    1. What a terrible and outrageous story. Can you arrange to start a fund for this man I will email Brent Group Members. We must look after our own. Further how can we make public this state of affairs in a supposed democratic country.

      1. I agree Roger “outrageous”sums it up .one omission when telling this sorry tale is that the gentleman concerned actually saved his deposit at the last General election and as is the rule the elections dept returned to me his £500 deposit along may I add with two others we had contested ..I turned these cheques over to our then treasurer and she promptly paid the m into the BNP Branch account ,within two days of the cheques clearing Griffins had EMPTIED THE ACCOUNT ! boy oh boy could this chap do with that cash now.What a bunch of thieving crooks the BNP leadership are.
        Your offer of help will I am sure make B,s life a little easier until this mess is sorted out for my part my wife and myself are going to fill a shopping trolley full of good, wholesome food for him I do not want to embarrass the guy but we all need a little help sometimes.As for starting a fund I would be more than happy to pass onto him any help offered be it financial or even a letter of support,unlike Griffins lets show the public the BDP exist for the right reasons i.e supporting our people in there hour of need.
        my e-mail is gtghardy@googlemail.com
        regards
        Graham

  5. (Party Member) With a re-write in modern language this speech sure sums up the current situation with the Pact of Shame that is the LibLabCon!

  6. (Party Member) The soaring cost of energy is in the news a lot recently. I was dismayed to read that Miliband and Clegg have both claimed for gas and electricity for their ‘second homes’ under the infamous ‘expenses’ system. Apart from showing total contempt for the British people, doesn’t it show how totally inept they are at politics? No wonder the Liberal and Labour parties are always wrong about everything! As our steering committee member, Brian Mahoney, says (above) about the LibLabCon, “IN THE NAME OF GOD, GO!

  7. (Party Member) Since our Brian Mahoney’s wonderful speech at our Midland conference early last year, things have moved on apace and his great quotation is even more apt today.

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