Local BNP Blog is read widely
It would appear this blog is a favourite not only for local BNP supporters but also our opposition in Nottingham.
Regular readers of this site may remember back in December I noted the contrast between Heanor at Christmas with Nottingham, a place missing the joy of Christmas lights at that time of year (except for the shopping centre). I described the lack of festive lighting as a “ring of darkness”, probably a bit dramatic, but I’m no film writer. I also recently criticised the laziness of Church of England teachings of the Bible in which they have distorted (twisted) the message to forward a political agenda! Thus I described Church of England interpretations of the Bible as normally twisted and evil! These statements have not gone down well with our Nottingham readers and a local Minister. Although these statements are more dramatic than I’d prefer, I stand by my original words.
Too often people mince their words in order to appease a fascist, politically correct doctrine. To quote George Orwell “In certain kinds of writing, particularly in art criticism and literary criticism, it is normal to come across long passages which are almost completely lacking in meaning.” I hope that in my articles the meaning is not lost and you have seen my articles don’t attack anyone because of their racial background or beliefs but rather my attacks are directed at people and organisations intent on destroying Britain’s values and identity. Ironically the people usually criticised by me for spearheading the movement to bring Britain down are mostly white!
This article goes up ahead of a report I have not seen, which will appear in the ‘Ripley and Heanor News’ on Thursday. It seems our Nottingham opposition have pressured a local Church of England Minister into getting in-touch with the paper. To all involved thank you for the extra publicity ahead of the local elections. I will keep the dramatic statements coming, to quote George Orwell again;
“In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.”