Monday, November 24, 2008

Anti Nazis are more dangerous than the BNP

Bernard Dineen: Thuggish BNP is helped by its enemies

Published Date: 24 November 2008
By Bernard Dineen

The witchunt against them is intolerable: a policeman suspended, a radio DJ sacked, an academic fearing dismissal. There have been threatening phone calls as well.It is not hard to see the influence of the Trotskyite Socialist Workers Party, which poses as our "protector" against the Nazi hordes – hence the Anti-Nazi League, which was an SWP front. The BNP and the SWP are equally detestable, but the SWP is more dangerous because of its sabotage of the Labour Party.

More:
http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/columnists/Bernard-Dineen-Thuggish-BNP-is.4723402.jp

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

We've always known this. The Labour Party used to be anti immigration and its reason for existence was to fight for the British worker. Now it fights for the right for every country to come here.

Anonymous said...

We've always known this. The Labour Party used to be anti immigration and its reason for existence was to fight for the British worker. Now it fights for the right for every country to come here.

24 November 2008 09:56

Britain experienced a torrent of ethnic immigration from the Commonwealth during the 1950s. Labour in opposition was highly opposed to this and vocal about it in parliament, but the Tory government wouldn't take it seriously and pushed it to the back burner. When Hugh Gaitskell took over as Labour leader then Labour became pro-immigration.

Anonymous said...

Isn't one of the colleagues of this YEP writer a leader in the SWP ?

I cannot remember his name but he is one ugly,hairy, scumbag.

Anonymous said...

One question

Where will the antis get the publics email addresses from, the Labour Party?



"ANTI-FASCIST campaigners in Merseyside have already begun preparing for next year’s European Parliament elections, after it emerged that BNP leader Nick Griffin was likely to stand in the North West.

Alec McFadden, president of the Merseyside Coalition against Racism and Fascism, said his group was hoping to use American President-elect Barack Obama’s campaigning style, using the internet and emails to ensure the BNP did not gain a seat in the region.

The European elections will be held on Thursday, June 4 next year and due to European Union expansion, the North West will have eight seats instead of the current nine after the poll.

The timing of the election will be crucial to whether the BNP manages to get a seat, as the mainstream parties believe that a low turnout would benefit the far-right party."

http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2008/11/24/anti-fascist-campaign-starts-push-to-reduce-bnp-vote-64375-22324003/

Anonymous said...

Do they want to put us in ghettos?

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"In a statement, LMHR said those exposed as members who worked within a public service should be “viewed as infiltrators, there to promote racism and fascism”.

It also called for immediate action to be taken against the individuals and said any member not previously "outed” should be “shunned and argued with, isolated from public life.”
http://www.gigwise.com/news/47632/LMHR-Exposed-BNP-Members-Should-Be-Isolated-From-Public-Life

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