Late last night when our bin was put out the air was clear and so were our car windscreens. This morning however when I went out to work there was an USDAW anti-BNP leaflet on my windscreen. I am used to the fact that Labour people think it is a laugh to put their leaflets through my letterbox. I saw Jayne Innes, prospective parliamentary candidate for the Liebour party do it a while ago with a Labour leaflet. Bit of fun, no harm done!
On another level entirely some Kaposi's disease (xeroderma pigmentosum) sufferer, commonly known as vampires disease, has been along in the dead of night and secreted this filth upon my windscreen.
Never let it be said that I am not sensitive to the needs of all members of the community folks. Some links for vampires: -
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the ‘people’ who distribute this material within the community. Both for doing so at night so as not to frighten the children and for showing the electorate just how desperate and pointless they really are.
The electorate is easily intelligent enough to see through this drivel. No-one believes this crap any more. No-one believes it and I for one can hardly be said to be running scared. My excellent record at meetings and within the community that I serve speaks for itself.
I pray that any USDAW members in the area upon receipt of this will immediately shred their membership and join Solidarity. The only nationalist trades union and furthermore the only trades union which cares about the rights of British workers.
During the election period last year when I was the candidate for the British National Party of course in the Barpool ward of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council I was told of a ‘Hope not Hate’ concert and demonstration being held in the town centre. I could not get there fast enough. The Labour general election candidate was there handing out searchlight leaflets as were the assembled demonstrators. They were accompanied by pulsating music and dancers from the Black and Minority Ethnic community (though not from around here). I remember saying both to Debbie and my organiser Alwyn Deacon that I was praying that there would be an anti-BNP leaflet distributed through all of the doors on Barpool ward. Next day – Bingo – prayer answered. Whilst leafleting I saw ‘Hope not Hate’ leaflets through every letterbox. Distributed at night as well…..Hmmm.
If you are reading this and know of anyone who has any influence in such matters I would like to make the following request.
Could you please target the Stockingford and Arbury district of Warwickshire County Council for as much anti-BNP propaganda as you can possibly arrange.
Leaflets, demonstration, ‘Hope not Hate’ concert, celebrity walk through or, icing on the cake, a visit from another high profile so called politician.
Bring it on!