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Sadly, whilst they say the right things and have improved their public image a bit/lot?, they are still the same underneath.

UKIP say the right things as well, but are they likely to challenge the Triplets who all have the same policies? :?

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There is actually quite a few of their policies that would have popular appeal, but the general appeal to folk tends to be their appearance of putting Britain and the British interest FIRST and exiting the EU. :shock: NuLab are absolutely panicked by their increased support in core Labour areas, hence this latest leak. :roll: The irony is, that the policy that raises shouts of racism, is one they share with the main three Parties; IE. Cultural diversity or seperate development; thus leading to the compartmentilsation of society into ethnic or religious groupings - this I can't support, as it's the quickest route to social anarchy - the policy we should have is - ONE Nation, ONE Culture, ONE Society; whether your pink, blue, green, black, white, Muslim, Christian or Jew. :shock::wink:

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One of the names on the list definitely can't make his mind up:- Ex Conservative councillor, Ex Lib-Dem councillor, Ex Chairman local Green party & UKIP member.

 

He also gets divine inspiration....he is a vicar. :roll:

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Suggest you need folk with ideas, but also the conviction to pursue them against "the flow"; rather than just keep in the club and feather one's own nest - trouble is; the voters can't see it. :roll: BNP support is a cry of desperation, in a pit of liberal corruption. :shock::wink:

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Just wondering if BNP activists use the NHS, and if they do, do they decline to be treated by staff who they think have no place in the UK. My guess is that they accept the treatment. :wink:

 

Interesting to note that it was Enoch Powell, who as a Health Minister, recruited medical staff for the NHS from the West Indies. :wink::wink:

 

I understand that now the majority of people deemed to be of an ethnic minority origin, were actually born in the UK and therefore British. So I would ask the question of those political parties and people who advocate kicking them out of the UK, where would you send them to. :?

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Hazel Blears has written a good article for today's Guardian, a section of which I have cut and pasted below:

 

Blears writes: "We must recognise that where the BNP wins votes, it is often a result of local political failure." She adds: "Estates that have been ignored for decades; voters taken for granted; local services that have failed; white working-class voters who feel politicians live on a different planet. In such a political vacuum, the BNP steps in with offers of grass-cutting, a listening ear and easy answers to complex problems."

 

Blears acknowledges that the BNP, under Nick Griffin, has a "cunning strategy", and that it has "started a process of detoxification". Using websites, blogs, newsletters and petitions, it has reached thousands and "played on people's apprehensions". It has peddled, she says, "pernicious but plausible lies".

 

She points out that support for the far right remains small, but says a revival of mainstream politics is paramount in those areas where the BNP is now known to be at its strongest. Her comments echo what some Labour backbenchers and rank-and-file party members have been saying about the BNP's strategy for several years.

 

There have been warnings that BNP activists have targeted neighbourhoods where few people vote in local or general elections, and introduced themselves on doorsteps as representatives of "a party that's like Labour in your parents' days".

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Blears may be spot on; BUT, they (NuLab) arn't doing a thing about it: they have overseen a widening wealth gap, gotten us deeper into the EU mire; courted the city and celebs for donations; taken us illegally into two expensive wars; turned the UK into an international joke with "anything goes" immigration non-policies; wasted 10 years of parliamentary time on irritating life style trivia; wasted ?billions on the consequences of privatisations (rail and NHS); saddled future generations with the biggest debt ever known in the UK (PFIs) since lend lease; corrupted our education system in order to promote the theory of equality over merit; undermined family values and parental authority with neo-liberal concepts of child rearing and promotion of child dumping; created social fear and chaos on our streets and Town Centres by liberalising licensing hours and undermining police authority and time on the beat; and finally - encouraged 10 years of easy credit and a culture of personal debt, that has now exploded in their faces. :shock: So yes, I suppose working class folk are a bit miffed! :roll::wink:

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Blears may be spot on; BUT, they (NuLab) arn't doing a thing about it: they have overseen a widening wealth gap, gotten us deeper into the EU mire; courted the city and celebs for donations; taken us illegally into two expensive wars; turned the UK into an international joke with "anything goes" immigration non-policies; wasted 10 years of parliamentary time on irritating life style trivia; wasted ?billions on the consequences of privatisations (rail and NHS); saddled future generations with the biggest debt ever known in the UK (PFIs) since lend lease; corrupted our education system in order to promote the theory of equality over merit; undermined family values and parental authority with neo-liberal concepts of child rearing and promotion of child dumping; created social fear and chaos on our streets and Town Centres by liberalising licensing hours and undermining police authority and time on the beat; and finally - encouraged 10 years of easy credit and a culture of personal debt, that has now exploded in their faces. :shock: So yes, I suppose working class folk are a bit miffed! :roll::wink:

 

Do I take it that you support the smoking ban then Obs :wink:

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So the bottom line is (if you take wht Paul has quoted as fact) that people don't actually join or vote for the BNP because they are racist. They don't vote for the BNP if they want to get out of Europe. They don't even vote BNP to kick out all the foreigners...... No, people vote for the BNP to get their grass cut and to have a chat over a cup of tea and help with a crossword!!!

 

......"In such a political vacuum, the BNP steps in with offers of grass-cutting, a listening ear and easy answers to complex problems"

 

It must be true because Hazel Bliars says so and she is in the government!

 

No wonder this government haven't got a clue folks!

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