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.


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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