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#30871 - 10/27/09 09:43 PM BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time
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Originally aired on BBC on Thursday 22 October 2009.
Since this has been confirmed to be viewable outside the UK (for now, until the BBC get it pulled), I've decided to embed this controversial debate (you may need to close some ads):








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#30920 - 10/28/09 10:32 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Meq]
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Cheers for posting that Meq. I've been meaning to watch it in full on iPlayer, and kept forgetting.

And it seems my work friend was right; they really did rip into Griffin. Highly amusing, as I despise the BNP.

If my Socialist friend is correct, I wonder how long it really will be until race-hate crimes start elevating because of this episode of Question Time...
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#30927 - 10/29/09 01:37 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: DistroyA]
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Wow...I almost wish I were British now so I could mercilessly make fun of the BNP to people that would actually know who I was talking about. Social conservatives just don't seem quite as entertaining to make fun of anymore...
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#30955 - 10/29/09 09:00 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: CJB]
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I just prefer to laugh at all the idiots who tag the BNP as far-right.. they probably see an element of potential racism and the aspect of nationalism, and then see red and scream Fascism. The BNP's main policies include economic control, protectionism and a focus upon big industry, all of which are at least in Britain, left wing policies.

In fact their whole ideology as portrayed on their website is quite similar to National Socialism, Socialism with an element of Nationalism.. however even the nature of their Nationalism could be argued, since no seemingly Imperialistic views are present, the desire for independence from the EU and continual emphasis on self sufficiency both economically and culturally would suggest Left wing Nationalism, similar to that seen in Zimbabwe. The anti-capitalist propaganda that regularly gets plastered on their website is also a good clue to their disposition on the political spectrum :P.

Point being, I would call the BNP far left rather than far right.
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#30957 - 10/29/09 09:11 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Damis]
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People have always seen fascism and attributed it to the far right. Fascism has meant different things, but the originial fascism was Mussolini's party, which he also liked calling corporatism. While the racist/ultranationalist aspects of fascism aren't to be ignored, their economic theory is quite similar to liberalism. Way Far Right to me would more logically point to paleoconservatism (re: Ron Paul) than fascism, but then maybe that's just me.

The really awkward moments are when you're looking at someone that holds ideals that you completely despise, and you find similar interests. I certainly can't speak for a British citizen, since I'm not one, but wanting to be completely politically independent of the EU wouldn't seem like a bad idea to me, nor would economic self-sufficiency. However, I would know better than to vote for someone who touted those as goals out of one side of his mouth and then spout the rest of his rhetoric out of the other.
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#30958 - 10/29/09 09:36 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Damis]
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I think it was Nietzsche who once said that socialism was Christianity for those who don't believe in God. The reason the BNP is so despised by the left, just as the Nazis were, is not because they are "rightists", but because they are heretical "leftists". We all know how Christians treat their heretics.

Nick Griffin is nothing more than Britain's politically correct Emmanuel Goldstein and this show is just a Two Minutes Hate programme.

The programmes of the Two Minutes Hate varied from day to day, but there was none in which Goldstein was not the principal figure. He was the primal traitor, the earliest defiler of the Party's purity. All subsequent crimes against the Party, all treacheries, acts of sabotage, heresies, deviations, sprang directly out of his teaching.

So it's not surprising that the really gullibly stupid will attribute race attacks to Griffin's appearance.

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#31033 - 10/31/09 11:51 AM BNP On Question Time.
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As anyone in the UK is already well aware the BNP where on the BBC TV show Question Time. For those that are unsure I'll give a quick crash course.

The UK political system is based around over 300 MP seats each elected for by a small constituency, normally the size of the average town (meaning cities often have more than one MP). These MP's make up parliament, the party with the most MP's forms the government, and their leader becomes the Prime Minister.

There are three main parties, Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrats. There are also a few minor parties that get between 8-2% of the popular vote, enough that they occasionally win a few seats. These include Green, Sinn Fein, Plaid Cymru, Scotish National Party, UKIP, UK Libertarians and The BNP (British National Party).

The BNP are often referred to as the British Nazi Party in the media as they are frequently racist and many of there policies are strictly white supremacist. Unfortunately they are gaining support in UK at present, they gained 2 out of the 72 seats that the UK is granted for the European Parliament, making them at least a small influence. It is currently believed that the BNP are the 4th most popular party in the UK having, according to polls conducted by the Guardian and the BBC, aprox. 10% of the popular vote, which is the most the BNP has ever had.

With the BNP becoming so popular, they became the second minor party (after UKIP) to be allowed to speak on Question Time (they normally have a representative of the three main parties and two 'academics', ie. Doctors, Lawyers, Historians, Police Chiefs. It's always a panel of five speakers). A parliamentary discussion program on the government funded BBC. The only criteria one must have to be invited on Question Time is to meet a minimum requirement of votes in the last general or European election. The leader of the party Nick Griffin was invited to speak as their representative.

This cause a controversy, there where people blaming the BBC saying that the licence payers shouldn't be forced into giving the BNP a pulpit. Protests started and violence broke out. With Nick Griffin being a UK representative of the European Parliament he's granted government protection but even with that he is forced to hire private bodyguards. This protest got out of hand injuring 6 police officers and putting 2 in intensive care. (I've not heard any more of this, so those numbers could be higher).

After having heard the parliamentary discussion I feel Nick Griffin did a mixed job. He couldn't dodge some of the questions and was made to look quite the racist however he made some good points and may have got some decent exposure. Now, I do not support the BNP and never will. They are irrationally racist and despite a few good policies on the Middle East, political correctness and the odd good point about immigration. They still seem abhorrent to me, however I could understand if someone sympathised with the party.

So what I'd like to ask is, do people here think the BNP should have been allowed to speak? Do you feel the BBC as a public service should have banned them as many private TV channels already have? Should the BBC be forced to remain neutral? Did Nick Griffin make good use of his time on the show? Has his appearance hurt his party or helped it? Is there place for the BNP in modern politics? Was the protest justified? Was the protest a foolish reaction that makes the BNP look like the good guys?

I'd love to hear the opinions of you guys.

For those who haven't seen it I'll link to the show on YouTube, it's in 6 parts, each 10 minutes and Nick Griffin dominates the show.

Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iKfrY9l2kY
Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNVB43xfBRY
Part 3 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlQFvKgPSC0
Part 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQE0QPFoLfs
Part 5 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX2h1A6rk6Y
Part 6 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slya8UVaQjk
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#31034 - 10/31/09 11:54 AM Re: BNP On Question Time. [Re: TornadoCreator]
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Sorry for the double post. I did search through the forums before posting this, and saw nothing on this subject. I've since found that there's already a discussion on this topic at...

http://www.the600club.com/topic30958-1.html

If a mod would like to close or merge these threads, sorry for the mix-up.
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#31038 - 10/31/09 12:34 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: School Bully]
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Hmm...I was just thinking...
One of the BNP's goals is to get out of the EU...so correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't the only elected BNP officials actually in the delegates (or whatever...not too terribly familiar with European politics) actually delegates to the EU? How do they work that one out?
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#31083 - 11/01/09 12:10 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: CJB]
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In the same respect the are 14 MEP's from UKIP in the European Parliament and their primary policy is for UK to leave the EU. There is actually quite a large group, I believe about 12% of the European Parliament made up of many different parties from different countries who are unified as the Eurosceptics who believe each country would be better off retaining it's independence. If they gained power, they would dissolve the EU.
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#31107 - 11/02/09 02:50 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: TornadoCreator]
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Thank you (edit: TornadoCreator) for capturing a topic of my curiosity in a way I understood.

Edited by Perdidot (11/02/09 02:56 AM)

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#31109 - 11/02/09 04:45 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: TornadoCreator]
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Here is a clip of Mr Griffin which was referenced on the Question Time episode, regarding his meeting the KKK leader and giving a speech about selling their ideals:



 Originally Posted By: Nick Griffin
There’s a difference between selling out your ideas and selling your ideas. The British National Party isn’t about selling out its ideas, which are your [i.e. the KKK's] ideas too, but we are determined now to sell them. And that means basically to use the saleable words... ‘Freedom”, ’security’, ‘identity’, ‘democracy’. Nobody can criticise them. Nobody can come at you and attack you on those ideas – they are saleable.

Perhaps one day, once by being rather more subtle, we've got ourselves in a position where we control the British broadcasting media, then perhaps one day the British people might change their minds and say 'yes, every last one must go ' [that is, non-whites]... perhaps they will one day. But if you hold that up as your sole aim to start with you’re going to get absolutely nowhere. So instead of talking about ‘racial purity’, we talk about ‘identity’...


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Edited by Meq (11/03/09 04:31 AM)
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#31114 - 11/02/09 12:50 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Meq]
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That was an interesting watch. It seemed like Griffin was merely on the show as a punching bag rather than an actual participant. But he did hold his own somewhat in the debate and kept his composure rather well.

I don't know that Churchill would be a BNP member if he were alive today but he did also have a certain disdain for Muslims and nother non-white Europeans. Churchill was vehemently opposed to granting sovereignty to India and, by proxy, Pakistan because he felt they were incapable of ruling themselves and because he did not want to oversee Britian downsizing its empire.

When Churchill became PM in 1940, WWII (or at least what would become WWII) had already started. I don't think it made a difference to him that the British empire was under attack by fascist only that it was under attack at all. So it seems rather funny to me that Churchill is viewed by (these)people as a figurehead representing tolerance, equality and anti-fascism.

I was in agreement with Griffin when he was talking of Islam being "vile and wicked" but he shot himself in the foot as soon as he mentioned he wanted England to remain a Christian country. One of his more vocal disputes with Islam was its treatment of women; Christianity doesn't have the best track-record when it comes to that either.

He also shot himself in the foot with that video where he basically said the best course of action is to cover your intentions with euphamisms and misdirection. To his credit that is an application LM but he fails in having his "game plan" recorded on video. Also to his credit, when asked why the people should trust him his response was "Why should the people trust any politicians?" At least that was honest. \:D
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#32302 - 11/27/09 03:02 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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There is was one problem that I had with the appearance of Nick Griffin on Question Time, and that was how he managed to 'normalize' himself with his time on air.

I'm not sure whether he should have been given the time on Question Time, maybe democracy should mean that we should give every party, no matter of their policies a chance to promote themselves. Or maybe we shouldn't have allowed a party to promote itself that many UK citizens would feel does not equally represent them.

However, as I was saying, I feel Nick Griffin did manage to 'normalize' himself. If you noticed, throughout the show he had a habit of nodding and smiling. No doubt all the newspapers the next few days had pictures of him smiling. So, to the person who isn't too familiar with Nick and BNP, what do they see? They see, what looks to be, a nice guy.

Now, I am not saying that's enough to dramatically increase their vote and public support, but it does help them.

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#32312 - 11/27/09 10:28 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Gutfood]
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The guy is an ass. No other term for it...ass suits the bill.

Oxymoronic statements regarding race and equality seem to generate a great deal of passion amongst the proletarian, but with the mildly educated, only a sense of hatred is inspired.

This man and his so called party appeal to the lowest common denominator, idiocy seems to rule the day. Stupidity seeming to be the benefactor in the racist little cunts project plan.

FUCK the BNP, small minded idiosyncratic fools. Enjoy your 15 minutes of fame, I fear that the reality of you insanity may have already become apparent to the voting masses. Inspiring another generation of half wits to avoid the vote. Your social
intolarence will be the marker that defines your existence.

Fucking nigers, you detract from the working, and imply the negative baggage relivant in every context. You truly are societyse buggest mistake, perpetuation of the moronic, being your only legacy.

FUCK you Griffin, heres hoping your stupidity out lives the viagra you took to screw you own cousin, you racist piece of shit.
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#32729 - 12/09/09 08:37 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Room 101]
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At some level you all must realize that the UK is slowly becoming a Muslim nation. Right?

Within a generation (25 years) most of Europe will be predominantly Muslim. Ethnic Europeans are experiencing negative population growth. Meanwhile, Muslims are out breeding Europeans 5:1. And of course, the European Welfare State is subsidizing this ethnic suicide.

Good luck with that!
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#32750 - 12/10/09 11:35 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
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Now don’t get me wrong, I’m a firm nationalist, but I am NOT a member of the national front nor the BNP.

As I’m sure most resident in Britain are aware, we are fast becoming a “Mecca” (if you pardon the pun) for the
disenfranchised masses.

I agree that while our current “open border” policies continue, we will be inundated with those that seek to better their lot in life (all be it some of those may wish to do so through the
abuse of our own systems of government).

There are a few idealisms amongst the dross that the BNP calls its mandate that I agree with, a reduction in the number unskilled workers coming here for example being one of them. But there many many more I disagree with (their views and opinions regarding homosexuality being one amongst many).........

First off, they want to deport all the immigrants, so say goodbye to your doctors, nurses, surgeons, teachers, engineers... as well as the hundreds of thousands who do all the jobs that British people won't touch like street sweeping, porters and so on.

Their definition of 'immigrant' is also racist, it basically referrers to anyone who is none white so even none white British citizens would be deported. Quote from Bob Bailey, BNP Council leader "They can be civically British, with a passport, but they're not ethnically British. Let's face it, it's the look-test,".

Next on the hit list would be free speech, freedom of religion and freedom of expression. Christianity would also be forced on everyone, even though most people in the UK are none Christian/none practicing... the UK would be Saudi Arabia MK3.

Thirdly, they would cut ties with the EU. Smart move...I think not. That would cripple what little of the economy is left since most of the UK trade partners are from the EU. And besides, most of the world would probably put trade embargoes in place as they did with SA.

Oh, and all this tosh about Churchill, well FYI Mr Griffin, Mr Churchill recognized one of the key facts about the UK, our strength comes from our diversity and he supported immigration....albeit the scales may be tipping on this point in the argument.

The thing is, extremists always make the most noise, the majority of thinking citizens recognise the BNP for what it is, a bunch of right wing loonies who should have done the world a favour and fallen down the stairs a long time ago.

Their policies remind be of the Nazi party; find a scapegoat for your problems and persecute them like there’s no tomorrow. In fact, they are a lot like the Brown shirts in many ways. You know that their membership rules bared none whites until recently? Until of course, they were forced to accept non white member under the race relations act xD.
http://www.truthtube.tv/play.php?vid=3115

All in all, some food for thought for us thinking British people, we must let our thoughts show at the ballot, not that I like any of the other parties much either...but that’s not important.

My point is, I dislike the BNP. I think they are nothing more than hate mongering parasites feeding off the devastation that war in Iraq has conquered up. The solution to the “immigration issue” still eludes us, but they are NOT the answer.

I'll leave you with some nice BBC articles:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8319635.stm
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/8316271.stm


Edited by Room 101 (12/10/09 12:03 PM)
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#44191 - 11/18/10 08:27 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Room 101]
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Nick Griffin and the BNP can eat my shorts.

I helped put out thousands of leaflets against the BNP as part of the Hope not Hate campaign last weekend,that struck all the BNP political strongholds throughout the UK.

In a few months the BNP will be bankrupted as will be Nick Griffin.

Bankrupted MEP's lose their political office, so kiss goodbye to Mr Griffin soon.
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#44205 - 11/18/10 07:55 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: mabon2010]
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Yeah! No more BNP!

With any luck his seats will go to one of the protected ethnic groups who beat their head against the ground 5 times a day.

You really enjoy Sharia Law.

Anyway....

The smart money is moving toward the English Defense League. They have the energy and momentum right now. They are also a single issue group. While there may be NS/NF guys in the group, they are smart to promote the single issue of Resistance to the Islamification of the UK and Europe.
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#44206 - 11/18/10 09:05 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: Fist]
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This piece is from today's "Telegraph", which is a conservative British paper. It acknowledges that the Muslim population in the UK is growing but denies any evidence of rising radicalism.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnew...-continent.html

Approximately 6% of the current UK population identifies as Muslim. They are by no means all immigrants and many are white converts. Among these are a number of my friends - from a variety of ethnic backgrounds. Four are gay men, two are lesbian and three are transgender men. All are broad-minded, University educated people who are "out" to their equally liberal families. None of them gives a damn about anyone else's beliefs. Six out of the nine drink alcohol. One woman sometimes wears a hijab if she doesn't want to do her hair. The other doesn't. One of the men is Civilly Partnered to another man (white). One of the transgender men is married to a Muslim woman.
I won't be expecting any of the above to call for Sharia law any time soon.
There's a lot spoken on this site about Muslims by Americans. Do any of you actually have any Muslim friends? Or buy groceries at a Muslim-run store? Or even have any friends or relatives who aren't white? Please excuse me if I missed anyone non-white - I don't know what all of you look like, obviously.

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#44228 - 11/19/10 03:24 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: felixgarnet]
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@ Fist

Britain is a democracy and the seat will go to the one with the most votes. BNP gained because of a huge protest vote, they won't make it next time into Europe, the Hope not Hate campaign will be ready to obliterate them next time.

Sharia Law has its place in financial and family disputes between parties, a type of legal mediation. Saves on huge legal costs and is quite effective. Britain now has provision for this type of law, but we won't be extending Sharia Law any further.

The English Defence League are a bunch of crazies, nazis and thugs. You think that Britain is going to be ruled by those scum you have another thing coming. The authorities will clamp down hard and with maximum prejudice against the EDL.
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#44235 - 11/19/10 09:28 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: mabon2010]
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I'm iffy on the idea of extremism, (imagine my poster: "MAYBE to this sort of thing, PERHAPS!") especially as regards policy that affects more than one person. Now, before anyone gets their knickers in a twist over this, I'd like to point out that I'm fully aware that legislation by its very nature affects a whole bunch of people.

I don't like a massive legislative body, or a massive legislation in general. Governments should fear their people, not the other way around. If the people hold extreme opinions, the government needs to respect that. If those opinions are the result of dissemination of wilful ignorance, that should probably be rectified with education. The problem arises when some people want to tell other people how they should live their lives. What's the matter with staying the hell out of other people's business? If I want to dance around the house naked, I'm doing so in the privacy of my own home. Somehow, you can bet your ass that people will eventually start to wonder why my curtains are drawn, and they'll work up the nerve to spy on me. Eventually, they'll call for a vote to make it illegal to dance around your own home naked.

People are curious busybodies who can't leave well enough alone. They will appoint themselves to positions of supreme advisory capacity over the lives of all and sundry, effectively rendering the right to privacy and free thought immaterial.

If people want to support nationalist policies, or fundamentalist ones, or even utterly reproachable racist, sexist or sectarian ones, that is their prerogative. However, it will be my prerogative to oppose them, question them, or even if I'm so inclined, to ridicule them for their laughable points of view. The policies, that is. A good/bad idea stands and falls on its own merits. The people who utter good or bad ideas can only benefit from a wider, more profound understanding of the plethora of opinions that exists.

I'm opposed to any law that will restrict my freedom. I support legislation that will defend or safeguard that freedom. If the BNP's, or the EDL's sole contributions to politics is an extended fart of hate speech with a firm foundation of xenophobia and nothing else, they are probably entrenched in the notion that they are right and can never be proven wrong. A sad thought if ever there was one.

I propose that moral perspectivism is the best way to deal with reality. For the time being, I consider myself to be prejudiced against idiocy and herd behaviour, although I am cognizant of the evolutionary benefits afforded such traits through the group dynamic and the decrease in intellectual investment.

I think nationalist parties are probably of the conviction that they are doing what's in their nation's best interest. It makes them feel righteous. Another manifestation of Will to Power. The problem resides in their agreement on a lowest common denominator policy, which appeals to their guts not their minds. I doubt very much that any political party founded on sense and reason could tally up any decent number of votes in today's ochlocracy.

I don't hate any group of people for their skin colour, gender, sexual orientation or creed, but I most definitely discriminate against people for their blatant idiocy, self-righteous intransigence and blatant lack of discipline, class and capacity for free thought.

If any law should be made universal, it should be the U.S. Constitution. It provides freedom for everyone and holds the individual as sacred. My opinion. Feel free to rip me a new one.
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#44240 - 11/19/10 12:05 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
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Dear Skeffan,
Please will you be our new Prime Minister.
KTHXBY
Felix and (most of) the rest of the UK. ;\)
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#44241 - 11/19/10 01:23 PM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: felixgarnet]
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I'd love to take you up on that, and thanks for the vote of confidence, but I strongly suspect I'd only gain office for such a political platform in the case of an established post-scarcity economical model.

But hey, at least it's a plan. In the meantime, a neocon Tory government is what you get. Go Thatcherites!

Er.

Or something. I feel nobody votes for the Lib Dems anymore on the grounds that all the racy exposes reside with the Whigs.
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#44269 - 11/20/10 09:48 AM Re: BNP Nick Griffin on BBC Question Time [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
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Government does not restrict freedom; it merely defines the price attached. People tend to restrict themselves, often blaming government for it, but essentially saying; I like to do all I desire, at a no-cost risk. It's utopian. No matter what system of control there is, no matter how freedom is defined by them, all acts come at a cost. Those that are most free are those that are willing to pay any price attached. They define their freedom themselves.

BNP isn't an isolated case in Europe. You see similar parties; more or less extreme, rise in many countries. Germany declared their multicultural police to be a failure. France is deporting even when the EU opposes. Nationalism is on the rise and there is no stopping it. Europe is in a crisis; Greece is bankrupt, Ireland is next followed by Spain and Portugal. The strong countries will have to start supporting all those weak ones to avoid a total collapse of the EU. At the same time we see the bankruptcy of the social system. The carebears have been in control so long and squandered so many resources on the weak that the whole system is being depleted. And the working population is finally opening their eyes and seeing the total drain of their tax dollars. People are getting fed up being overrun by gold-diggers from undeveloped nations or wasting resources on those not willing to adapt. Everywhere I go I hear the same sentiments, ranging from quitting to sustain weak to deporting immigrants. Of course the media might try to depict a different image but the media here is traditionally Leftist, still, reality is different and this reality has its evidence in the rise of the new Right. The Right can only rise when it is supported by the populace and it is supported more and more.

During the next decade we'll make a huge move to the right.

It's about time.

D.

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