Thursday, 4 February 2010

Why I am tempted to vote for the BNP

It is not because I like or feel drawn to them - far from it; after reading their website, I have the gravest reservation about voting for them - but because I am so utterly sick of all 3 mainstream parties, not just, but especially in respect to them having imposed the MADNESS of mass immigration on our already, natively and unsustainably, overpopulated country, along with a multi-ethnic society which undermines the whole notion of us being a PEOPLE and a NATION* (I certainly do not FEEL it anymore!).
I am not angry with, and certainly do not hate, the immigrants themselves, who one can hardly blame for coming here, given the opportunity, in search of a much higher standard of living and far greater opportunities than they had in their countries of origin, but I am extremely angry with the politicians and other members of our ruling elites (in the civil service, the media and academia) who have imposed this madness on us by accusing of "racism" anyone who dared raise any objections.
The British government and authorities usually describe immigrant minorities by their ethnic origins: Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Caribbean, African, Chinese, etc. while the indigenous population are reduced to being called "white British" or "white Irish". Why not "native" or "indigenous" British or European. . ?!
Because that is not supposed to matter, is it?! The fact that one is a native or indigenous. Just as race and ethnic origins aren't supposed to matter (except for ethnic minorities wanting to maintain their identity). Yet no one would dare say that to a native American or Australian, or to any other indigenous people anywhere. ONLY to their own PEOPLE, whom they condemn as "racist" if they dare express any sense of identity as members of the indigenous, ethnic European, population.
The BNP, for all its faults (which are many and make it difficult to vote for), is the only party that even acknowledges the existence an indigenous population. For all the other political parties, we natives are just "white British". Why is there no respectable, mainstream party which recognizes the existence of an indigenous population and its overwhelming interest in facing up to the MADNESS of mass immigration and the undermining of national identity which multi-ethnic society has brought about . . ?
* The Oxford English Dictionary's definition of NATION:
A large aggregate of people so closely associated with each other by factors such as COMMON DESCENT, language, CULTURE, HISTORY, and occupation of the same territory as to be identified as a DISTINCT PEOPLE [my capitals].

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