Friday, May 12, 2006

BNP Support

Is support for the BNP understated if people who publicly support it are ostracized?

When I told them I was going over to the BNP no one believed me, now I've done it and everyone hates me. The Mayor says he's disgusted and my sister won't speak to me. - Rose Thompson, BNP candidate for the Keighley East ward of Bradford Metropolitan District Council.

Courtesy of Laban Tall.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

IN A FREE COUNTRY YOU CAN VOTE
FOR WHO YOU LIKE.SOD'EM GOODLUCK.

HOME RULE FOR ENGLAND

Edwin Greenwood said...

I expect more people support and vote for the BNP than are prepared to admit to it in polite company. The BNP's real problem will be in getting good-quality activists and candidates, when being outed as a BNP activist means you're likely to lose your job or be otherwise victimized.

A date with KHAN said...

By supporting BNP you have not contributed for the asylum issue to be tackled but contributed for this country to be more racist. Anyone who takes little time out from their busy schedule to research their policies including their history, you will be appalled, that such people run for elections. The solution for housing is in the BNP party but in uniting together around the country and demonstrating to show our concern. Lets assume BNP do have a solution for asylum seekers taking up the housing but may but may not contribute to other values which makes this country so strong, they would no doubt destroy other values which this country is proud of.