Friday, 5 August 2011

BNP activist and The Sun

I'm sure that by now everyone is aware of the story in The Sun newspaper about London BNP activist Chris Hirst.

This gutter rag was trying to link Nationalist singer Saga to the Norweigan murderer Anders Breivik and, as Chris Hirst was at one of her concerts, both him and the BNP to Breivik.

This is the newspaper owned by the Zionist Rupert Murdoch who's other newspaper, the News of the World, hacked into the phone of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler and the mother of the murdered 8 year old Sarah Payne so they can hardly claim the moral high ground.

What disturbs me the most about incident is the reaction of the BNP. Instead of defending one of their regional officials, in the same way as they did with Ian Kitchin and his granny porn wife, they have thrown Chris to the wolves and expelled him.

Given the choice I would much rather associate with Chris than Ian or his wife.

Is it any surprise that the BNP is falling apart when it's leadership does not have the backbone to stand up for one of it's own against that hate filled object of oppression known as News International.

That newspaper will be a chip wrapper by now and the story long forgotten. Let's face it people only buy The Sun for the breasts and lurid sex stories.

Certainly Chris should have been disciplined but not expelled.

The BNP leadership needs to get it's act together and work out who the real enemies of Nationalism are and people like Chris Hirst are most definitely not the enemy.

Sunday, 20 March 2011

New bank holiday

The UK government is considering moving the May Day bank holiday to either Trafalgar Day in October or St Georges Day in April.

There have been lots of calls in England for a bank holiday to celebrate our national saint’s day, 23 April.

The battle of Trafalgar, 21st October 1805, was one of the UK’s greatest military victories. Nelson's crushing defeat of the French and Spanish Navies, established Britain as the dominant world naval power for a century.

I completely agree with moving the holiday but why does it have to be one or the other?

Countries across the EU have the following numbers of public holidays:

Slovakia 18, Cyprus 16, Malta 14, Portugal 12-14, Spain 12-14, Austria 13, Hungary 13, Slovenia 13, Finland 12, Italy 12, Lithuania 12, Czech Republic 12, Greece 10-12, Germany 9-12, France 11, Sweden 11, Latvia 11, Belgium 10, Luxembourg 10, Northern Ireland 10, Poland 10, Denmark 9.5, Ireland 9, Estonia 9, Netherlands 8, Britain 8.

Britain is right at the bottom of the list so instead of choosing between the two why can we not have them both?

Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Floods in Australia

The state of Queensland in Australia has been hit with massive flooding.

Officials say half of Queensland's 1 852 642km² is affected by the relentless flooding, which began after days of pounding rain caused swollen rivers to overflow. The flood zone covers an area larger than France and Germany combined and bigger than the state of Texas.

The floods have affected about 200,000 people and an estimated 22 towns have been left isolated or inundated by the rising waters, with fears that the damage could cost billions of Australian dollars to repair. So far 10 people have died.

The governments of New Zealand and the USA have offered aid. The silence from the British government is deafening.

When there was flooding in Pakistan there were endless appeals for money. £144 million was provided by the British government alone; more by UK based aid agencies. Where are the appeals to help people, who are mainly of British descent, in Australia?

The entire population of two towns has already been forced to evacuate as water swamped their communities, cutting off roads and devastating crops.

People are facing food shortages and serious public health risks as a result of the floods.
The muddy water inundating thousands of homes and businesses has led to a shortage of drinking water and raised fears of mosquito-borne disease.

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