The new BNP poster


by Sunny
25th May, 2009 at 10:22 am    

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  1. billaricaydickey — on 25th May, 2009 at 12:26 pm  

    This is brilliant but what effect it will have on potential BNP voters is another matter. On egood thing is that the News of The World, Mirror and Mail have all slagged the BNP off sos the message is getting out to potential BNP voters. The feedback from around the country is that they are being held but we will have to wait and see.

  2. billaricaydickey — on 25th May, 2009 at 12:34 pm  

    Check out the latest posting on http://www.hopenothate.org.uk. It is a photo of a Sikh soldier hold up a captured Nazi flag. hould be all over the internet.

  3. Sunny — on 25th May, 2009 at 1:26 pm  

    Am I supposed to worry about the BNP voter every time I slag off the BNP?

    Funny you keep talking about how we should worry about the potential BNP voters bill, and how multiculturalism is making them bigger – but the latest polls show their support dropping off substantially.

  4. Hantsboy — on 25th May, 2009 at 1:51 pm  

    The real reason the whole of the media is against BNP is because they are the only anti globalist anti capitalist movement with a growing following.

    If you don’t want a world in which everyone earns $100 per month vote BNP.

    If you do proceed with the lies of Gordon Brown Murdoch and Cameron and their hellbent push for a one world economy and one miserable pay level.

    Racism has nothing to do with this incidentally.

    Who invades foreign countries and butchers their innocent populations ?

    Not the BNP.

  5. Vladimir — on 25th May, 2009 at 2:39 pm  

    Hantsboy, you have convinced me to vote for the BNP! hehe

  6. Angela — on 25th May, 2009 at 2:43 pm  

    Sick of hearing of the brain-dead, gormless thickos who comprise the nonsensical BNP. Those who went to school for one day before having a 100 kids and therefore would not have the skills to do the jobs the immigrants do and yes that includes sandwich making as well as Medicine. If any of these idiots could see beyond the end of their own noses then they would see that immigrants have little to do with the problems that this country currently has. Have you seen many black or asian MPs recently? Or bankers? Think people, think!!!! I implore you!!!

  7. Random Guy — on 25th May, 2009 at 3:06 pm  

    I would join in this discussion if I though they were actually worth wasting more than 10 brain cells over. And I am not making some sort of ironic point by posting this, but seriously, the BNP are not worthy of any discussion.

    LOL @ the poster btw, would like to see them being handed out in the same place the ‘originals’ were.

  8. chairwoman — on 25th May, 2009 at 3:38 pm  

    “Am I supposed to worry about the BNP voter every time I slag off the BNP?”

    I read the comment differently, Sunny. I think billaricaydickey was wondering what effect the cod poster would have on potential BNP voters.

  9. Rumbold — on 25th May, 2009 at 4:09 pm  

    I think the poster is great. And it deal with what the BNP says, rather than just the usual “don’t vote for them”. Humour is one the most powerful ways to combat them.

  10. MaidMarian — on 25th May, 2009 at 4:18 pm  

    ‘If you don’t want a world in which everyone earns $100 per month vote BNP.’

    Will the BNP also remember my birthday whilst they create this land of milk and honey?

  11. MaidMarian — on 25th May, 2009 at 4:19 pm  

    Oh, but the poster is a bit childish though.

  12. sonia — on 25th May, 2009 at 6:06 pm  

    i feel left out of all the fun because we didn’t get any BNP leaflets through our front door. Mind you, its the National Front in our area that won a shocking no. of votes (more than the Green party, would you believe) so perhaps that’s why…

    There are a few lines on the poster that are funny, but its not that good really, could’ve been much better methinks. What happened to the good old english irony?

    isn’t this what american political parties normally do anyway? spend their energy on ‘why you shouldn’t vote for them’ rather than ‘why you should vote for us’? Usually when they are worried about people actually voting for party x..so i’d say the BNP probably feel they have ‘arrived’ now!

    I have a feeling the BNP will be doing particularly well given that they are going to be feeling like an unwanted community, and we know how that manages to produce community cohesion – most voters won’t be bothered to turn out, BNP supporters will feel they ‘owe it to their community’ and make a much bigger effort.

  13. sonia — on 25th May, 2009 at 6:12 pm  

    Anyway, perhaps we should set up a collection to send all BNP voters off to Lanzarote or somewhere, isn’t that where they all go on holiday anyway? :-) I’m sure they’d love it really. Who wants to stay in britain anyway? they’re only making a fuss because they’re stuck here (apart from the odd 2 weeks here and there) and can’t get out like the rest of the jet-set.

  14. Vikrant — on 26th May, 2009 at 7:46 am  

    Who wants to stay in britain anyway?

    you don’t really miss it, until you move away Sonia!

  15. billericaydicky — on 26th May, 2009 at 8:17 am  

    Sunny,

    One of the reasons they are being held around the country is because of the kind of activities that you were involved in a couple of weekends ago. The trouble is that the movement is up against thirty years of political correctness and discrimination against white people.

    One of the reaons that I am praying for a general election is so that the latest bit of white hating, Harman’s new so called Equalities Bill, will fall by the wayside.

    It was largely written by Operation Black Vote which is like having a similar piece of legislation written by the BNP. Both are racist organisations dedicated to
    I sometimes feel that the anti fascist movement is banging its head against a brick wall. One good things is that Livingstone and Jasper have gone, they and their bug mouths would have guaranteed the BNP seats.

  16. damon — on 26th May, 2009 at 10:41 am  

    I thought those posters by the Christian Alliance were hilarious. The ones that say ‘The Conservatives can’t do it … we can. Put your cross by the cross, not the swastika” And they actually have a swastika and then the BNP logo with a red line through it.
    I was driving about yesterday and saw they had done similar posters mentioning Labour and the Liberals too, but the swastika had been covered up by a white square of (pasted on) paper. I think the company who put up the posters were worried about getting sued, so they sent people out to cover it up.

    The BNP had gone nuts about these posters apparently.
    http://endtimespropheticwords.wordpress.com/2009/05/25/bnp-go-berserk-over-swastika-election-billboard-campaign/

  17. Jai — on 26th May, 2009 at 4:31 pm  

    If you don’t want a world in which everyone earns $100 per month vote BNP.

    Considering the economic collapse due to mass emigration, severing of global business ties, sanctions and trade embargoes that will result if the BNP gain real governmental power and start to put their racist policies into practice, any remaining Brits will be lucky to subsequently be earning “$100 per month”.

    And that’s without even taking into consideration the military repercussions. A Neo-Nazi goverment at the helm of a Western country possessing nuclear weapons will not go unchallenged; not to mention the fact that Britain will find that the United States will rapidly turn from its staunchest ally into its most powerful and most heavily-armed enemy and with a President in the Oval Office who (for very obvious reasons) will have a very, very personal grudge indeed against Herr Griffin.

    But hey, if you don’t care about this country potentially being destroyed literally as well as economically, and ultimately being viewed alongside Nazi Germany as one of the most hated societies in history, with people in the rest of the world generations from now scratching their heads and wondering exactly what kind of collective insanity and stupidity resulted in the populace democratically electing a “Griffin Government” despite being well aware of the BNP’s racist ideology & policies, in the same way that people in 2009 still wonder exactly what the hell went wrong in people’s minds in 1930s Germany, go right ahead and vote BNP.

  18. Jai — on 26th May, 2009 at 4:38 pm  

    Considering the economic collapse

    In Britain, specifically.

  19. Adnan Rashid — on 26th May, 2009 at 6:05 pm  

    “The trouble is that the movement is up against thirty years of political correctness and discrimination against white people.”

    Typical, blame everybody else, closely related to the poor old White male being discriminated against, as I heard from an extremely senior (White male) manager where I work.

  20. Rafael — on 1st June, 2009 at 10:48 am  

    Lots of people like to victimise Britain by claiming immigrants are colonising the whole country… but everyone forgets that Britain is one of the largest colonisers of countries below the equator and that only let go of them post-WW2.

    All I want to say is: we cannot be against something we did ourselves – and even worse – through violence and natural resource/labour exploitation.

    I am not here to say we’re barbarians. I’m here to say that tradition and separatism sometimes makes us frown upon things we ourselves did. This is part of human nature. We cannot let the BNP shatter the European Union just because we think Britain should be better off alone because it won’t.

    Britain for me is an amazing country, but it is also a tiny island reliant on a lot of importation come from countries all around the world who are happy to service us…

    We cannot close our borders, we cannot become an oyster, we will crumble from within. It does look sometimes wrong when we see other cultures around us which we don’t really agree with but that is the whole point of living in a society.

    It’s worth highlighting the BNP supports the idea that the Holocaust did not happen or “wasn’t that bad”. I think anyone that believes in this should never be taken seriously…

  21. Jonah — on 7th March, 2010 at 4:38 pm  

    The BNP are nothing but a bunch of racist, high tax, socialists. Their anti capitalist policies will bring Britain on a par with North Korea, let’s face it their core vote are inbred, benefit scroungers. I think Britain needs it’s equivalent of the GOP, as that is the only real alternative to the current Lab/Con blancmange. Capitalism is the only system that has worked!

  22. Thomas Crane — on 3rd May, 2010 at 4:08 pm  

    You have had your time now we want Briton to be Briton Liverpool And publish what you want.

  23. Dan — on 5th May, 2010 at 2:07 pm  

    The Bnp are raceist thugs they should be removed from elections

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