Don’t Let Ukip con U
We should at least thank Ukip for making it fashionable to at last discuss the problems of mass immigration. Although British Democrat candidates in the local elections will find that at the moment it is UKIP who is going to reap the electoral harvest it has raised.
The more politically alert have already rumbled UKIP. It is not so much a political party as a safety valve for the LibLabCon. It’s not in business to stop immigration or to get Britain out of the EU, but to stop others from doing so. By ‘others’ I mean the British Democratic Party when its full potential is realised by the electorate.
In the 14 years that Nigel Farage and his chums first appeared in Brussels they have achieved nothing – not counting excellent lunches and Farage himself admitting he had gained £2 million in EU expenses in that period (part paid by British taxpayers).
I say ‘nothing’ because under his rule Ukip has never actually campaigned in Brussels for Britain to leave the EU. As Marta Andreasen (a Ukip MEP who fell foul of Nigel) has revealed: “Ukip/Nigel has not campaigned for a referendum. The Party is only saying we want out, but does not show how. There was never a plan and there is no plan today either.”
Just before our 2010 Parliamentary election Ukip (then minus two MEPs who had been jailed for fiddling their expenses) needed a boost to their falling support. It started to suggest they would do something about immigration. They even called for a five year ban. But in reality this was all a sham.
On the Daily Politics Show 4th May 2010 Farage said: “We would need a minimum of a quarter of a million work permits annually”.
Then on Question Time 25th November 2010 he said: “I am not opposed to immigration. Much of the immigration to this country has been good”.
On Good Friday 2010 on Radio 4’s Any Questions Farage was asked what achievement was he most proud of. Interestingly, he said: “stopping the BNP from ever becoming a large political party”.
Today, with Ukip now flavour of the month, voters are again being deluded that it can offer a full policy. It will almost certainly go the same way as the 2010 election policy. According to Nikki Sinclaire, another Ukip MEP who Farage has driven out, it was torn up by Farage who told his election workers that the people know what we stand for.
Since his secret dinner with Rupert Murdoch, the global capitalist newspaper owner who is said to be supportive of Farage’s views towards Europe, if he expects backing from Murdoch’s The Sun and the Times he will have to curtail some of his hot air on immigration
Why All Further Immigration Must be Stopped
Whether you are talking about housing – and social housing in particular, destruction of the green belt, the strain on the NHS, the undercutting of workers’ wages, worsening education for our children in state schools, congested roads and motorways, plus most other problems facing Britain today, the affect of immigration can no longer be avoided. Just take three issues which made the news in March.
1. Although the coalition Government, with Labour approval, has talked the talk of curbing migrants’ access to council housing and made play with the 2011-12 statistic that immigrants only occupy 9 per cent of social housing stock ( surely it must be at least 10 per cent now?), as there are 3.8 million social housing rentals today (Independent 21 February 2013) this means 380,000 immigrant families. Probably a higher percentage take private rentals, which are 3.84 million, and the immigrant demand is known to force up rents.
2. Further aggravation of the issue will occur in nine months when the Romanians and Bulgarians are allowed to come here without let or hindrance. It will only be 15,000 to 20,000, the Government unofficially suggests. The more reliable figures coming from MigrationWatch are that it will be around 50,000 people a year for the next five years!
3. We recommend an investigation report by the Sunday Telegraph (24 March 2013)
“The Surge in foreign students who come to Britain then disappear”. Considerable evidence is given to show that abuse of the system applies to most of the more than 100,000 foreign students who came here last year, 20 times the figure of two years ago.
We have well wishers of the Brit Dems who suggest that we would get more support if we were not so rigid on immigration. We must face it. With one person in five in Britain now being an immigrant, or born here of recent immigrant stock, and Afro-Asians having a higher birth rate than the indigenous people, there is no alternative. All further immigration must be stopped and those who are here illegally should be deported. Otherwise our children and grandchildren will be the ethnic minority in these islands by 2050.
You can be Gay and a Brit Dem
If you are ‘straight’ then it is natural to feel some revulsion if contemplating the sexual practices of homosexuals. However, it is high time that nationalists accept the fact that a considerable number of gays are fellow believers in our socio-political struggle to maintain these islands as the homeland of the British.
What they do in private is their own affair. It should remain as being private. All we ask is that they do not join with those gays who seem intent in proselytising our youth to become ‘converts’. If that is accepted, then they can be welcomed as supporters of the British Democratic Party.
Many gays who have wanted to bond with a partner with some form of marriage are quite content with a Civil Partnership. My personal view (which is a majority view among the public) is that this should not be extended to a church marriage, which is against the very principles of the Christian Church since its foundation. Therefore, why is this Government pushing the gay marriage concept? Under the legislation they are passing they now have plans to make the chapel of St.Mary Undercroft, which has been the main place of Christian worship in the Palace of Westminster for 700 years, a multi-faith prayer room – so that it can be used to conduct same-sex weddings. The scheme was proposed by Labour front bencher Chris Bryant, who is openly gay.
Gross exaggeration of sufferings that some gays have had to put up with does not help their case. Such as when the BBC, in an Easter message, likens the treatment of gays in Britain to the crucifixion of Christ. Benjamin Cohen, the founder of the gay publisher Pink News, tells Radio 4 listeners that just like homosexual people, Jesus was punished “for something he couldn’t help’.
Classical Music is ‘Racist’
If you wondered what us old nationalists mean when we talk about ‘cultural Marxists’, here’s a ‘classical’ example.
The politically-inspired Marxists (i.e. followers of Communism and its off-shoots) who run Unite Against Fascism and Hope not Hate have long established the view that if you believe in halting immigration then any attempt to speak publically on this should be halted by violence – particularly by UAF.
The attack on European culture has long been part of the Marxist’s long-term campaign in order to make us more acceptable to their concept of a one-world, multi-cultural state. The above organisations have now issued an edict to target Classic FM and Radio 3 as elitist and racially offensive to minorities. This is what they say:
“Classical music is dead and should be seen for what it is, the decadent leftovers from a dying white imperialist culture that has no relevance to anybody in the younger generation. It is an anachronism that this exclusionist crap should still be tolerated, when we have such a harvest of black and global cultural music to hear and enjoy. Nobody wants to hear about dead German composers or the Nazi Wagner! It is time this stuff was treated like smoking and global warming deniers and its supporters driven to the fringes of society. The Far Right closely identify with so called classical music and that should be enough to eradicate it from our lives in the global village.”
My musical tastes are catholic, in that I am quite happy to listen to tuneful popular music. Many of the nationalists I have mixed with in the past enjoyed music as played by Eric Clapton, Paul Weller and The Jam, and some Beatles songs. We also enjoyed trad jazz, of which the New Orleans black artists were the tops. If you have an old recording of Otis Redding singing “I’m Sitting on the Dock of the Bay” then compare it with the criminality of much of today’s crap, sorry rap, noise – hardly ‘music’.
I also enjoy much classical music, particularly Sibelius, Richard Straus, such as his Four Last Songs, and even some Wagner – Tristan and Isolde in particular. I find some string quartet’s heavy going. And I tend to agree with an old friend of mine who dubbed medieval church music as “I’v e-caught-my-knackers-in-the-mangle music”.
Another view of the Budget
“The budget should be balanced, the treasury should be refilled, public debts should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest we become bankrupt, the mobs should be forced to work and not depend on government for subsistence.”
This come from Marcus T Cicero 55BC.
Obviously, we’ve not learnt a lot in the last 2,068 years.