Oh dear oh dear oh dear. The BNP’s racial Tourette’s syndrome has been playing up again…
The BNP are a bit upset because UKIP have taken the step of producing an Election leaflet for the Ealing Southall By-Election in Hindi. Now there is a fair argument to be made that this is to some extent kowtowing to those who have come to this country and not learnt English. However that pesky inner racist won’t let them stop at making that perfectly valid argument…
"The United Kashmir & India Party has been busily distributing leaflets in Hindi to garner votes in the Ealing & Southall by-election.
Never heard of this party? Maybe that’s because it is more generally known – outside of Ealing & Southall, as the United Kingdom Independence Party!
But then, you should know by now that they will go to any lengths to curry favour (’scuse the pun) with their multi-cultural friends in the media.
No doubt they will gain a few more brownie points to spend on media sofas as a result of this, their most blatant avocation of multi-culturalism so far."
‘Curry’ favour? ‘Brownie’ points? Oh the rapier wit. Friends in the media? UKIP has ‘friends’ in the media? Must have missed that one…
Its not so much the stabs at UKIP that really show the racist thrust of this article up, but the one at the English Democrats…
"Further to the main thrust of the communication it should be noted that in addition to the “new force” party in question, that the miniscule “English” Democrats Party are also contesting the Southall by-election – with a candidate having the suspiciously un-English name of Sati Chaggar! What should we make of that we wonder?"
And for all that certain people accused Nigel Farage of ducking the ‘big’ question during his ATW interview, his answer on the topic of the BNP certainly seems particularly apposite in light of remarks like this. As far as they are concerned just because the English Democrats’ candidate is of Asian extraction this automatically disqualifies him or her from ‘Englishness’, just as UKIP’s candidate Dr Rajan is a Tamil and therefore also disqualified. He’s only lived and worked here for forty-seven years after all.
The penultimate statement in the BNP’s communique is also quite compelling, and an indication of something I have observed before.
"I don’t know about you, but don’t you think it’s just about time that we were told just what sort of United Kingdom UKIP is campaigning for? For judging by the favouritism shown towards immigrants from Africa and Asia by them, added to now by the embracing of the multi-culti answer to the refusal of many immigrants to learn English – the multi language information leaflet – it would seem that the official UKIP vision of an Independent Britain is not quite the same as the vision visualised by the majority of its members!"
On the contrary guys. Having been a member of UKIP I can say with all honesty that your preconceptions of the ‘vision visualised’ by its membership are 100% wrong. People who want a racially (as opposed to culturally) homogenous Britain don’t join UKIP. They join the BNP, or the NF, or the BPP.
This wishful thinking is manifest by studies of the London Mayoral Elections, which with their second preferences vote give a small insight into how the supporters of each Party think. Half of the people who voted BNP as first preference voted UKIP as their second preference, but only a tiny fraction of UKIP first preference voters voted BNP as a second choice. The BNP would really like it if everyone shared their ‘visualised vision’ of a future Britain – unfortunately they just dont, hence the lack of Mr Griffin in Number 10.
And to round off, the happy chaps of the BNP prove that they can behave every bit as hypocritically as the next Party.
"UKIP’s candidate in the Southall by-election is Dr. Kunnathur Rajan, who migrated to Britain from India in the 1960’s and who now lives – in Wales – we understand."
Hmmm, I wonder if UKIP *have* brought in a candidate from outside the constituency? Might be true. How terrible those UKIP people are…but hey, I wonder if anybody can think of another politician who definitely lives in Wales and yet fights elections a hundred-plus miles away in places like Oldham…hmmm, whoever could that be?