Thursday, May 01, 2008

NWN Responds to the 'New Statesman'

We couldn't possibly pass this opportunity up. Just who is this moron at the 'New Statesman'? We have answered in one word at the end of this stupid, stupid paragraph on the BNP.

"The party's vote has grown exponentially at general elections, too. In 1992, it won 7,005 votes; in 1997 it won 35,832; in 2001 it won 47,129; in 2005 it won 192,746. What is behind the growth of the BNP? How has it managed to gain a toehold in local politics?"



NorthWestNationalists said...

Rather a lot of journalists come from another planet.

Anonymous said...

"Rather a lot of journalists come from another planet."

You ain't kidding, that journalist is just plain dumb!

The more immigrants we get, the higher the nationalist vote.

Anonymous said...

As the indigenous white communities of the British Isles react to mass immigration and its effects - and hence start voting BNP as a mater of course rather than a protest vote - so the numbers of white working-class votes for the Labour Party decline.

Thus Labour have to import more immigrants and naturalise them straight away so that they can use them as voting fodder to prop up their increasingly anti-white racist agenda.

More immigrants = more Labour voters = more BNP voters.

Mr Potter

Anonymous said...

Given that immigration has increased by 1000% and the nationalist vote by only 3%, that theory would appear to be flawed.

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