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Submitted by Terry (European Union), Feb 22, 2007 at 18:47

That I'm afraid is what your post amounts to. You vilify and dismisss the BNP as racist Xenophobes. I hold no torch for the BNP, but have you considered that a great many of the immigrants that have been allowed in overt he last ten years are themselves racist Xenophobes. Oh yes, Taking the African influx first. Tribalism holds sway, and having lived and worked in a number of African countries for twelve years, that statement is beyond an argument. Most tribes hate members of other tribes (racist and xenophobe) allowing all and sundry in to the country is simpy a recipe for eventual disaster, when they start fighting each other.

You cannot impose British values, and there are innumerable examples of this already. They have brought their own values and customs in, and continue with them regardless of the laws in the host country. The prisons are stuffed with an out of proportion poulation of Africans to prove the point.

The Muslim population is already way out of line with their demands. As a brit (second generation or not) you must see this. Our very way of life is under attack. They already have a Muslim council, and even a Muslim parliament. The demands grow daily for more 'understanding' Can you deny that?

I could go on and on, about gun crime (mostly among the black population) yet Blair and cronies say it 's under control, and going down. It patently is not. Drugs, (Yardies from Jamaica) organised people smuggling (from several places) Systematic milking of the benefits system (all of them) to no point. Then you come to the final cop out. Yes something must be done but what? you apparently have no idea. At least the BNP do have a solution. It may not be the full, or even right answer, but you must agree that the illegals must be eradicated. Our present system cannot even be called a shambles. Certainly a radical shake up is long overdue. Before very long it will be too late, we are alreadfy a third world country, rapidly descending to fourth place. Our present MP's are far too interested in their own self advancement as to have lost the plot. Blair is living in a world of his own (making) At the very least the BNP if they ever get into a position of putting their policies into action, might wake up the presently apathetic voting populace into positive action, to finally elect a government for the people. by the people, with the people. Free from the diktats from Brussels. It is called democracy, Something we do not have now. Much has been made in the last few days of the third in line to the throne going to a war zone. How many members of the (mainly Scottish) cabinet, indeed any British politicians children are serving?

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