Friday, 4 May 2012

Should candidates declare their faith?

I might as well put my cards on the table – and I’m thinking about candidates for any political position, from school gov. to PM, whom are muslim, although to comply with equality legislation I guess I would have to say all faiths.

But why do muslim candidates concern me most – well, in my experience muslim candidates want mosques, halal, sharia, burquas – this leads to more muslims moving into an area – and then you have occupation. (I will not even mention grooming gangs, attacks upon white brits, child abuse, honour killings, FMG and so on.

It is also important for me to say I would not vote for a muslim, even if he stood for the BNP, now this may change in the future – if there ever comes a point when I will cut off my nose to spite my face – but for now, this is my position.

But how am I to know who is a muslim – the names are a good indicator – but people change their names, in fact when muslims first moved to UK they anglicised their names, but I want to know, I need to know.

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

More political persecution in Liverpool

The National Front candidate for the Liverpool mayoral election has been charged with a public order offence.

Peter Tierney, 55, from Hale, Cheshire, was one of four people charged following a protest outside Liverpool Crown Court on Tuesday.

BBC report here

Political persecution

The press in this country talk a lot about political persecution in other countries – ‘look at how great we are’, they seem to say.

We are all aware of how the BNP are vilified in the press, and by other politicians – called far right and racists etc.. – rather than deal with the issues they raise. Now the politicians dont even have to stand on a platform with a BNP candidate – it seems they just say ‘dont want to’ and then they dont have to.

And the public seem to accept this.

And we have seen BNP members harrassed by the public and the police – most notably ol’ St. Nick taken to court – and found not guilty – but still they try.

Now in Liverpool BNP mayoral candidate cllr. Mike Whitby was arrested in his home, and ask yourself is this a democracy to be proud of?

Where are the BBC liberals crying ‘political persecution” – not here.

Where are the educated politicians – so sure of their beliefs that they will debate with any one? – not here.
Now I know the BNP are not right about everything, but they are about somethings – and we need to hear their side.

First they came for the women on the tram - and I did nothing.
Next they came for the footballer on the field - and I did nothing.
Then they came for the councillor in his house - and still I did nothing.

Then they came for me.