Monday, May 29, 2006

Blog of the month

The blog of the month for this month is the Adam Smith Institute.

The blog gets 8 out of 10.

Sunday, May 28, 2006

Free mobiles for failed asylum seekers

FAILED asylum seekers are being given FREE mobile phones in the latest scandal to rock the Home Office.

The detainees at most of Britain's 10 immigration removal centres are also handed £5 talk-time vouchers before they are deported. And they get to keep the phones when they leave... even though many spend just a few weeks here before they are sent home.

Previously, they had been given pagers.

Officials said last night the detainees were given mobiles because they complained they had to wait too long to use landlines at detention centres.

Well if they don’t like waiting a long time to use landlines they can always pack up their things and leave and head to a different country. We have no obligation to these people and if they think we have to provide them with anything they are taking us for a ride.

The most these asylum seekers should be given is a one way ticket home. If they are caught here again they should be given a bullet in the head.

If they want asylum maybe they should head to the first safe country instead of travelling over 15 other safe countries to get here. Whats more these guys aren’t even successful in their applications and they are still given freebies. What does a law abiding have to do to get freebies around here?

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Great news from France

According to a survey in the news magazine Le Point last week, 22 per cent of the French population has a "favourable opinion" of Mr Le Pen - up five per cent from the previous month.

The rating is far higher than the 16 per cent popularity which Mr Le Pen scored in polls four years ago, just before the presidential elections in which he shocked France by beating the socialist prime minister, Lionel Jospin, in the first round. He lost to Jacques Chirac in the second round and political commentators insisted his success was a blip that would never happen again.

This is fantastic news. There is an election next year in France. I just hope they win.

If the French have a nationalist government then it will only be a matter of time before we are able to tell the traitors where to go and give the BNP our support.

When Le Pen is elected it will do wonders for British nationalism if Le Pen comes over here, snubs Blair and visits Nick Griffin.

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Barking already benefitting from BNP councillors

After two week the people of Barking are already benefiting from having BNP councillors.

A new scheme has been set up to build houses. Not very interesting is it? Well continue to read. It says that local people will receive council homes first which means that immigrants and asylum seekers won’t have a chance.

This would have never happened if it wasn’t for the people of Barking overwhelmingly giving the BNP their support. The old parties are running scared and they are only doing this to stop the spread of the BNP in Barking. This just shows that the BNP deliver.

Saturday, May 06, 2006

BNP make breakthrough

The BNP revolution has finally began with the BNP doubling the councillors they had. As I suspected the BNP did not get 70 councillors but they still got enough to leave Labour, Billy Bragg, Searchlight and the other assorted freaks quaking in their boots.

It also left the BNP as the only patriotic party that has any chance. After fighting for 320 seats UKIP managed to get just one councillor and lose another. Veritas only managed to field a sum total of 4 candidates and didn’t get one councillor elected

In an effort to get the media coverage away from the BNP victory our Tony Blair completed a reshuffle just as the results had been announced which meant the media coverage focused mainly on the reshuffle and not the BNP.

No doubt this happened on purpose just at the time when the BNP doubled its councillors. Why do I think this happened? Well they already said 8 out of 10 voters would vote BNP and you can’t tell me he made those reshuffle decisions in just a couple of hours? It would take days to decide where people will go so he can make the right decision and have backups just in case the ones he picked didn’t want the job.