Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Why does the BBC target the BNP?

This is the truth that the BBC and people like Margaret Hodge - and others - don't want you to think about. The graphic perfectly illustrates the exponential growth of the British National Party since 1983 and the fact that 2010 marked a historical record in terms of votes for the British National Party.

This might also be the reason why certain segments within Nationalism are extremely concerned about the rise of the British National Party and now seem to be working together with the BBC to try and destroy the British National Party.

In 2010, the Labour vote practically collapsed while the vote of the BNP was three times higher than in 2005 and in 2010 represented more than 88% of the so called Nationalist vote. I don't think that Margaret Hodge and others want you to think about it.

Reading some of the blogs and waiting for the next attack from the BBC, it is easy to understand why they are so concerned. They want you to see the picture of what happened in Barking and Dagenham and in other local elections. They don't want you to see the whole picture.

If the General Election was run having Proportional Representation, the British National Party, according to figures of 2010 would have had not less than 13 Members of Parliament, when in 2005 also using Proportional Representation would have had only 5.

The stakes are high and both the BBC and segments of the Nationalist movement know it and they will do whatever they can to stop the British National Party.

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