Monday, 18 November 2013

Daniel Hannan attacks the BNP but stands for what the BNP believes

Daniel Hannan, elected Conservative Member of the European Parliament, born in Peru, attacks the British National Party, but then reaffirms the arguments presented by the British National Party regarding Immigration.

In an article published on the Daily Telegraph he states that immigration accounts for 43% of demographic increases. He says that the Labour Party was happy with mass immigration because it increased the number of Labour voters and Employers were happy because they could get cheap workers. By the way, this is exactly what the British National Party has been saying all along.

Mr Hanna keeps attacking the British National Party but stating British National Party ideas at the same time. He goes on to say that unless we leave the European Union we will not be able to control immigration which, incidentally, it is exactly what the  British National Party has been saying all along.

The time is long overdue for Mr. Daniel Hanna to read what he has been writing, read what we have been writing, and see that he should be applying for British National Party membership.

In terms of economics, Mr. Hanna says that the European Union is making its constituent nations poorer, less democratic and less free. By the way, this is exactly what the British National Party has been saying from the very beginning.

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