Monday, March 13, 2006

Look Who's Joining the BNP

Yet another sign of the meltdown of the British electorate. A councilor of Keighley, West York, has resigned her post as mayoress and joined the British National Party.

What makes this such a damning indictment of the situation is Britian is the identity of the mayor. She is Rose Thompson, a 49 year-old grandmother who takes care of her grand-daughter full-time. She is the second local female politician to join the BNP.

Why would such a person join a political party condemned by the British establishment as "far-right extremists"? One word: immigration.
"I feel angry that immigration gets largely ignored and wish I had done this earlier," she said. "I do not want to see anybody chucked out, but I believe in stopping immigration, whether it be white, black or brown, until we sort out the problem.
"I imagine there will be a lot of people appalled at my decision but there will be a lot who will be quite happy that somebody is standing up."
When grandmothers start joining the BNP something is very wrong with the system.

2 Comments:

Blogger Revolution Radio said...

Could it be a sign that not only is the immigration situation totally out of control, but perhaps there is a chance that the BNP is breaking free from it's troubled past?

3:47 PM  
Blogger Wiccan said...

Sounds like the winds of change. I wonder who else is joining BNP?

1:32 PM  

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