The title of this short piece is quite self descriptive I feel so with no further time wasting:
Monday, 31 January 2011
Sunday, 30 January 2011
While I cannot argue with the idea I recoil with horror at the proposed solution. They are honestly suggesting that an extension from two to six in the number of weeks work experience that an unemployed person can do without losing benefit entitlement will be positive for young people. If this suggestion came from a politics or economics student I might show some understanding because it is good practice for them to look at all the options. For the government to bring this about however is a different matter entirely.
Any employer who is using the current scheme has an employee for two weeks at no cost. The ‘employee’ works full time in return for their normal benefit entitlement plus sometimes travel expenses can be claimed. If they are genuine two weeks is long enough to know whether or not the new person is suitable. To extend the scheme to eight weeks brings no advantages to the employee at all that I can see, though as always I am open to suggestions.
It would surely make more sense for the government of the day to make every effort to increase the size of the manufacturing economy which will stimulate job growth within primary, secondary and tertiary industries as well as the public sector. College leavers and graduates would be much better able to find opportunities than they are today. Our current economic model is ridiculous depending as it does upon the financial sector for seventy five percent of its size and inflation for the vast majority of its growth. Not too long ago there were not many nations that could compete on the financial services stage with us but times change. Other nations are fulfilling their own and each others needs and our dominance in this sector will gradually reduce. This is a natural consequence of being a small island in the North Atlantic populated by a few million people out of a global population of billions.
It would be nice if our politicians would accept facts and actually try to look after their people instead of their vested interest groups.
Vote Nationalist – A British National Party government would take the steps required to restore our manufacturing economy to its rightful place in the economic model. We will never again be the workshop of the world. Those days are long gone. Everyone else can make their own products now. This is no reason however to allow them to make ours.
Saturday, 29 January 2011
Who would have thought it? Apart that is from members of the British National Party who have tried to attend one of our summer family festivals but been blocked and heard the vicious rants, vulgarity and abuse aimed at families and small children (age no object) by the ‘Left’.
Take a look if you will at the article in The Mail and bear witness to the brainless intimidation of the president of the Students Union no less. His crime: Not sure which the Left sees as being worse really, he is Jewish and, so they claim, a Conservative. Scandalous, or so it would seem to the Left.
Union banners thanking Egyptian rioters for the inspiration and others demanding revolution whilst protesting thugs march around brandishing lit flares. Makes you wonder when they find the time to polish their Jackboots and brush down their trench coats doesn’t it? This lot really are a throw back to the communist revolutionaries who, disappointed at the lack of a violent revolutionary movement in Western Europe, set up The Frankfurt School which came up with Social Marxism to replace its revolutionary predecessor, or to use its more popularly known short form name: Socialism.
The peoples of Tunisia and Egypt have real problems in their own respective countries which they are taking action to correct. Look at our own history and there have been times when the British people have needed to take action to secure the same freedoms that these people are seeking now. Whether they will be successful at this attempt or not remains to be seen.
There is no way on gods earth that the loss of EMA or the rise in tuition fees can be seen as even remotely equal to the plight of the Egyptians or Tunisians. What we are witnessing here is the outpouring of the frustrations of militant Socialists now that their beloved Labour party is no longer in government.
Thursday, 27 January 2011
The Clip below is of British National Party Activist, Councillor, European Researcher and editor of Radio RWB, John Walker giving a speech in Burnley.
Take it away John:
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
Simon Darby on a hostile live interview on the BBC earlier today. The British National Party spokesmen do not get enough media coverage, if they did Simon would be a household name.
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
‘At least they can’t blame it on global warming’, was my first thought when I read that the Yellowstone National Park in America is a super volcano and due to erupt again with sufficient force to with out a significant portion of the USA. It will happen one day and the outcome of such an eruption will affect us all. Hopefully not in my lifetime but hoping is all that we can do. Whoever is around at the time will just have to deal with it.
I have no doubt that even the most Liberally inflamed will not argue that this is a benefit of cultural enrichment but I am seeing more reports on foreign cultural clashes taking place on the streets of Britain. If the press reports are increasing in number then god only knows how many incidents are really taking place. When will our government take action to stop it? When your friends vote for Nationalists in sufficient numbers to either scare the living daylights out of them, or preferably, give power to a Nationalist government.
The economy is performing worse than expected with a dip in growth of half a percent in quarter four between October and December. Most of this is due to the financial sector in London which accounts for 75% of the economy now. Talk of a double dip recession is exaggerated for news value. People will spend money because they have to on the increases in the price of essentials. The only humorous side to lighten the news is that the CON-DEMned coalition is blaming the shrinkage on the weather. I can think of something liable to shrink in the cold but it is not financial services. How can a government be so out of touch already? Nothing substantial has changed in parliament. The fools in the madhouse have simply changed the seating plan.
The bin police are back with a vengeance and if this becomes widespread then fly tipping will become an evening entertainment for families across the country. ‘Just popping out to fly tip babe. see you later’.
Read this and be disgusted, not surprised mind, just disgusted. I shall comment no further.
Monday, 24 January 2011
Being a committed Nationalist and member of the British National Party I do take pleasure from hearing and sharing positive ideas for taking the party forward. This has never been more the case than at the West Midlands Regional Meeting held yesterday.
There is no doubt in my mind that the West Midlands Region has found a new level of professionalism and esprit de corp in response to those who seek to diminish the party from without. Without giving anything away I can report that at yesterday's very well attended meeting extensive discussion examined critical areas necessary for the furtherance of the party. Critical decisions were taken regarding campaigning and elections strategies.
The assembled officers of the party all took part and it was clear to me well before the end that the focus in the room was clearly attuned to the achievement of future goals through teamwork and development both of individual skill bases and team initiatives.
The future, it has to be said, is looking distinctly brighter for the British National Party in the West Midlands.
This will no doubt send a chill through the establishment as further progress is made.
The British National Party has to be the political party that has had to endure the most sustained pressure from a both political and establishment opposition using fair means and foul in British political history. Makes you wonder what they will throw at us next does it not?
Bring it on!
Saturday, 22 January 2011
It would be a non job of course but there seems to be a vacancy in media circles for a Racism Consultant. In the paper copy of today’s Sun newspaper Lorraine Kelly seems to express the belief that you have to be white to be British when dealing with the story about the two young mums who were recently told that they could not attend a playgroup because they were British and its funding was only for foreign mothers. I am certain that her bosses at a mainstream media outlet would find that her language required some correction. Sadly I cannot find the column online else I would link to it.
Back in two thousand and two the nation was shocked that a girl of twelve had become the nations youngest mother. Journalists did not seem to make a racial connection, or even seem to find it worth reporting, that the girl in question had been gang raped by Muslims who just passed her around. Had the races been reversed and the victim been Pakistani and the gang of five men white British then I am certain that the journalists would not have missed the racism angle.
Journalists do seem to need a little clarity. Any takers for the job of clearing the mists for poor confused journalists?
Wednesday, 19 January 2011
Christianity takes a public beating quite regularly and no one bats an eyelid and I read that the Christian hotel owners have been prosecuted by the EHRC or Inequalities Commission as I prefer to call them.
Now to be clear for the confused amongst you or the odd visiting Labour councillor who is looking for an excuse to take me to standards I do not care a jot what colour, religion or sexuality an individual has I simply care that their designation is not forced upon others. The Christian couple who run the hotel should have the open choice of who stays in their hotel. Exactly the same as the licensee of a pub can ask you to leave without stating a reason.
Unemployment is up again I see and especially amongst the young. One in five of whom are unemployed. What they fail to say is what percentage of this age group have only managed to find part time or temporary work. There are many. The youth unemployment situation cannot be being helped by the fact that two out of three jobs were taken by foreign nationals last year.
If you voted for either the CON-DEMned or Labour parties in the General Election then you deserve what you see. If you are a Nationalist then you will understand my dismay at the state of our nations.
Tuesday, 18 January 2011
In case anyone was under the illusion that the coalition government has brought the national deficit under control it is reported today that the National Debt has gone through the £1,000,000,000,000 barrier. One Trillion pounds is massive and I wrote it out in an attempt to wake a few of you up.
One trillion is the official figure but it conveniently leaves out a lot of debt such as PFI agreements and government pension deficits. The taxpayers alliance estimates that the real figure is eight trillion pounds and rising. This is equivalent to three hundred thousand pounds per household.
The national debt is still rising and the CON-DEMned coalition has no inkling of a solution. Their much vaunted and massively publicised bonfire of the quango’s went out with a whimper after all they achieved was merging a few with either each other or government departments and ‘getting rid of’ the empty husks of the quangos that they were no longer using.
If you voted for either the CON-DEMned or Labour then I hope you are still happy with your choice. A Nationalist government would have started tackling the problem immediately.
I have to thank Graham Partner for the clip below because I saw it on his blog first.
If you have wondered about the origins of political correctness and the thinking behind it the answer is that it originates in the Frankfurt School and the ideals behind it are the promotion of Socialism which is just a milder word to mask the true horrors of Communism.
Wednesday, 12 January 2011
Derek Adams has probably been the busiest man in the British National Party of late. I wish him all the best for tomorrow. I wish that I could be in Oldham tomorrow as anyone who has worked through an election day will know they are special. I have had the privilege of viewing the day from the point of both activist and candidate so I can say that I know how it feels.
My thoughts will be with the elections team tomorrow as they fine tune the day to obtain the best possible result.
The clip below is lifted from Simon Darby’s blog and is of Derek, being interviewed by Simon, and speaking about recent developments.
This is undoubtedly my favourite picture of David Cameron and I find myself in the unusual position of being grateful to the Conservatives.
Steady on – you can be forgiven for thinking but please bear with me.
Tory eurosceptics win battle over UK ‘sovereignty clause’ reads the headline. Now I do not believe that there is any such beast as a eurosceptic Conservative. This is merely a voter friendly myth. If they were eurosceptic they would be in a party that reflected their scepticism which the Conservative party clearly is not.
I am grateful however for the following piece:
Europe minister David Lidington yesterday agreed to rewrite part of a Bill amid fears from Tory Right-wingers that the Government’s plans would actually undermine the sovereignty of Parliament.
He stepped in as two dozen Tory MPs were set to rebel last night in a Commons vote on the plans to hold a referendum if there is a future Brussels move to grab powers.
The legislation contains a ‘sovereignty clause’.
This says European law only takes precedence over British law because Parliament has decided to allow it – making clear that MPs could one day vote to reverse the situation.
The Europe minister has admitted by his actions that European Law only takes precedence over British Law because Parliament has decided to allow it.
For that and for that alone I am grateful.
This is valuable for British Nationalists as it is confirmation from the Europe minister firstly that European Law does take precedence over our own and vindication of the British National Party position that this can be overturned should the British people wish it simply by selecting an appropriate Nationalist government.
Leafleting material thinks I.
For anyone unaware he is the student protester who, after invading the building, emptied the contents of a fire extinguisher over police below and then threw the fire extinguisher over the edge of the seventh floor towards the police below as they battled to hold back student protesters.
I do not believe that this sentence is enough and would be interested to read in the comments section what you think.
In the wake of many foreign disasters there are charity campaigns launched immediately with shops and banks displaying collection boxes. Australia is having a terrible time with flooding lately as has large parts of America in the recent past. The response from charities is deafening silence.
This hypocritical turning a blind eye is based purely upon race. Pakistan, India and China are all nuclear powers with space programs and research institutes and yet they still collect funds for them in times of natural disaster. Australia is arguably in greater need.
I have never put money into a charity box appealing for donations to foreign causes because I believe that charity begins at home. International assistance was not forthcoming in Cumbria for example and people up there have still to be sorted out properly.
My sympathy is with the Australian people and I am sure that once the floods subside they will rebuild and recover.
The hypocrisy of the charities will continue unabated I have no doubt.
The climate change debate is always good for a giggle and I must profess bemusement when I read that this is predicted to be on average the coldest winter for one thousand years. Me thinks maybe not so looking elsewhere I found this which seems to come from people who know a lot more about the weather. It would seem that this is a journalistic hoax originally eminating from a Polish interview with a scientist who says himself that his quotes have been misused.
No surprise there then!
This year is undoubtedly a cold one with forty nine of the fifty United States of America having snow coverage and China being gripped by a big freeze which may lead to food shortages there.
The myth of carbon emissions warming the planet up is well and truly busted now and, as usual I will stand correction, there were no engines around one thousand years ago so maybe, just maybe, more people will realise that planetary cycles continue no matter what we do. The human race after all comprises a small fraction of the immense bulk of the planet.
Sixty thousand asylum seekers will be lost without trace by the UKBA as they clear their backlog of four hundred and fifty thousand unresolved cases dating back for up to a decade. Was that a gasp of surprise that I heard then? I too am surprised that the figure is as low as this. It will be interesting to see what the final tally is.
Nick Clegg is in a tizzy about bank bonuses and the coalition could be in trouble again. It is not of course. This is the Lib Dems first and last slice of power and they will not release it no matter what ‘principles’ they have to compromise.
Clegg could not even manage a Conservative compromise in the case of RBS in which we happen to own over eighty percent.
I expect to see much more of this during this parliament as the Conservatives walk the Lib Dem dog and the Liberals destroy their own party in the process.
With top detectives blasting the culture of silence that allow muslim sex gangs to groom young white girls because police and social services fear being branded as racist I find myself wishing that those who have such powers would find the spine to use their powers. Nationalists would have no hesitation at all. Apparently they could not speak out for fear of appearing institutionally racist. Maybe this is one of the reasons that British National Party members are not allowed to join the police service, we might put a bit of en-force-ment back into it!
Jack Straw tried to reveal this issue lately. Concerns him apparently. Not nearly as much as it concerned Nick Griffin five years ago when he faced a seven year jail sentence for highlighting the issue. For anyone who may think that this is an isolated incident being blown out of proportion it is now recognised by the police as being a national problem and the information on the latest nine arrests was released yesterday.
Derek Adams is currently standing in the Oldham by election to represent the people in parliament and his interview on the politics show was cut very short when he brought this up. Strangely enough this episode of the politics show has not been released on the i-player. I wonder why not? Could it be because the BBC does not want the public to know that it is the British National Party who has been championing this issue for the best part of a decade, faced jail sentences and who continue to be the only party brave enough to campaign on the issue? I think so. The i-player may not have the show but someone must have recorded the relevent piece because it has appeared on YouTube. Take it away Derek:
Worth noting that the candidate from the false flag UKIP refused, as they always do, to debate with the British National Party candidate.
Meanwhile on BBC radio one it would appear that Pakistani women are better than ours because they cover up and the young white girls are slutty because they wear short skirts. It is a point of view and one that I have heard in the flesh before but I would suggest to any leftists or liberals that have made it this far through the piece that members of the community who hold such opinions are doing nothing at all for community cohesion. A few prosecutions perhaps to set an example. I shall not hold my breath.
Tuesday, 11 January 2011
This was the view that I was faced with for far too long this morning. A trip to Oldham that should be just over two hours and I had only completed five miles before this happened.
With this queue a long way behind me I arrived in Oldham an hour late and met up with British National Party candidate and local man Derek Adams. Derek greeted and put me to work. In short order I found myself leafleting the steep streets of Oldham alongside activists from Liverpool, Widnes, St Helens, Ashworth and of course Oldham itself.
There are ten candidates and on some of the doorsteps where the post has not been cleared for a few days there was an avalanche of colour on show. I cannot help feeling that there could be leaflet fatigue creeping in with the electorate. Never mind it is polling day this Thursday.
Leafleters from other parties were in evidence. I literally nearly tripped over a Socialist.
The UKIP candidate was around wearing his rosette, saw us and said, “Ah opposition”.
“Yes, British National Party” I replied with a smile.
“UKIP” he replied looking down and indicating his rosette.
“Nice of them to provide a rosette to remind you” I said.
“Aaah, Yees, quite” was his cutting admonishment.
Suitably chastised we continued leafleting.
The Oldham constituency is geographically diverse. Empty if not derelict mill sites in central locations which, no offence to locals, desperately needs to attract investment give way to tightly packed housing which in turn becomes suburbia further out. The edge of town is a different world to the centre. This shot was taken from the edge of the moors before I went into the higher rural areas.
I had a thoroughly enjoyable time with Derek and his team today and thank them for the friendly welcome. I shall definitely be watching for the result on Thursday. A decent result for the British National Party in this by election will show the other parties that we have gone nowhere, and more importantly, that the issues of the indigenous population cannot be ignored.
All the best Derek.
Monday, 10 January 2011
I have commented on the saga of Derek Adams being forcibly removed from a publicly advertised hustings debate in the Oldham by election already today but I really do think that this adds some value.
Simon Darby speaks to Derek Adams this afternoon about the incident.
If you know anyone who still believes that democracy is fairly represented by the electoral process in this nation please enlighten them to the contrary.
The British National Party is standing a candidate, Derek Adams, in the Oldham parliamentary By Election.
It is quite normal in the case of parliamentary elections for there to be hustings events organised at venues within the constituency. It is good manners if nothing else to allow all of the candidates to speak.
The hustings event in this election was clearly advertised as your chance to hear from the candidates. The British National Party candidate turned up as you would expect and took his seat on the stage. He was more than surprised when he was approached by the police and forcibly removed from the event because his invitation had been withdrawn.
The clip below is a radio interview between Radio Red White and Blue and Adam Walker who was with Derek at the event.
The footage below is was taken inside the hustings and clearly shows a distressed Derek Adams being removed from the event by the police to the cheers from the Fascists who doubtlessly applied the pressure to the organisers of the event. This is not the first time that such things have occurred to British National Party candidates but it is the first footage that we have to prove it.
If you still have any doubts that democracy is dying in this country then watch this and weep. We in the British National Party would not consider denying the freedom of speech of any candidate taking part in the democratic process. Not even if they were as extreme as the unified Lib/Lab/Con party who work together so much that they are now to all intents and purposes indistinguishable.
If you are a member or supporter of the British National Party please do what you can to get to Oldham and support Derek Adams in his bid to send a shockwave through the establishment.
Thursday, 6 January 2011
It has been a little while since I have used this picture but once again the prices at the pump are reaching record levels.
Global demand is rising as are extraction costs and hey presto so is tax, in this country at any rate.
If you are expecting the price to go down again anytime soon I recommend that you do not hold your breath. Your survival would be in grave doubt. No pun intended.
It is totally justified to say that if this nation had been blessed with leaders with forethought that went beyond the next General Election we might actually have an energy policy that was more than a good laugh. Energy policy by its very nature has to be long term.
Probably a good reason to entrust it to Nationalists I suggest.
If you have read the local newspapers this week you may have caught a piece in which the Labour leader of the council asks that you all shop locally to support the local economy.
It is very easy in my position as an opposition councillor to say, cynically and truthfully, that what he really means is: Come into the town centre and pay the extra twenty pence that Labour has added to the price of car parking, but the message in this piece is much more important than that.
Think for a moment and you will see that the majority of the money that is spent in town centres throughout the land goes into businesses that either are, or are themselves owned by businesses which are, quoted on the stock market.
Those shops are not there to take any pride in the community, they exist solely for the benefit of shareholders. Whilst benefitting largely from economies of scale they can still often be beaten on price by shops in the community. At first read this may seem a little topsy turvey and so it should. Those smaller family businesses however have a great personal interest in serving the community. We probably spend more in local shops than most and I ask that you join us in supporting local small businesses. Not only will you be supporting the community in which you live you will be doing your little bit towards reducing the power of big business in parliament.
If the representative bodies of small businesses had the collective clout of the supermarkets for example then all sorts of agricultural, taxation and planning legislation would be radically different and better for it, of that I am certain.
The above is clearly a Nationalist sentiment but hopefully
one with which you can agree.
Saturday, 1 January 2011
I have enjoyed a few days away from the hurly burly with family and feel mentally recharged for the challenges that lay ahead.
Happy New Year!