Friday, 24 January 2014

Why do people read Mein Kampf? = Why do people read Das Kapital?

There are certain questions that people should not even be asking. Reading is one of man's most noble activities. We read to learn. We read to have a first hand experience of what other people think, about how things were, are or will be. If I want to know about the theory of Marxism, I read Das Kapital and any other works related to Marxism. In the same manner, if I want to know what Hitler wrote or what Hitler thought or what Hitler planned to do, I read Mein Kampf.

When talking about religion, what kind of critic of Islam would I be if I didn't read the Quran? The same goes for Judaism, Budhism or any other religious creed. We need to know to be able to understand. Mein Kampf was in fact the testament of a political religion.

I reckon that if people had bothered to read Mein Kampf before the developments that are now history they would have had second thoughts about signing the M√ľnchen Pakt for the partition of Czechoslovakia.

If Western Powers had spent some time analysing National Socialist Ideology, they would have been less prone to think that World War One was going to be the war to end all wars and they would have been much more willing to prepare for what was coming.

Things happen when people are less prepared to cope with a chain of events and the speed of change is such that it becomes some kind of political blitzkrieg. World War Two did not happen overnight but it was a chain reaction, like pieces of a puzzle that fell into place to create one of the biggest tragedies in Human History.

When the mass media are constantly talking about a widespread rise of the so called Far Right and they link what they call Far Right to what started in Continental Europe in the first half of the Twentieth Century, inadvertently they generate huge demand. Thanks to the mass media, more and more people want to read Mein Kampf.

Thursday, 23 January 2014

President Obama and guests do the Quenelle

President Barak Obama and a group of celebrities do the Quenelle that got Nicolas Anelka, the French Footballer, into trouble with the Football Association.
Political correctness going mad? It is fine for the American President to do the so called Quenelle without anybody telling him that he is making some anti-Semite gesture. So, does anybody think that President Barak Obama would appear on a picture together, standing with celebrities that do exactly the same?

Councillor Ansuya Sodha: Labour is no longer the party for equality and justice

Councillor Ansuya Sodha, representing West Hendon, defected to the Conservative Party saying that "Labour is no longer the party for equality and justice".

Coucillor Ansuya Sodha stated: " I had been a loyal, active and devoted member of the Labour Party for more than twenty years, and a Councillor for the past sixteen years. The party is not the same party I joined all those years ago. I am absolutely clear that I have not changed - it is the Labour Party that has changed. It is no longer the party for equality and justice, especially when it comes to the Asian Community."

Councillor Ansuya Sodha added: "They are short of ideas, inspiration and judgment. Their selection process is flawed and when they say they give equal opportunity to all, that is just lip service. The few people who could uplift and reinvigorate the party have been side lined and treated with scant respect"

The final part of her allocution was even more lethal for the Labour Party. Councillor Ansuya Sodha said: "Labour only wants to blame others for all the problems rather than looking at these issues in a realistic manner, professional manner. Playing the blame game is not in the best interest of the people. The Tory values of helping hard-working people, businesses and families are what is going to help people. I feel our children will have better futures under the Tories."

I wonder if the Labour Party will accuse Councillor Sodha of being Racist, Nazi, Fascist, Xenophobe, Homophobe which are the words used against the British National Party when we stand to criticize the policies of the Labour Party that are damaging all communities across Britain.

Monday, 20 January 2014

If a man and a woman do exactly the same job, they should get the same salary

Nigel Farage's explanation that women are less likely to do better than men when women have career breaks that keeps them away from the workplace still does not justify the fact that some women get less pay for doing exactly the same job. People who do the same job with the same level of responsibility should be paid the same regardless of gender.

They do the same job. They have the same obligations. They have the same level of expertise and still women are put at the end of the queue when it comes to income and the right to move to higher levels within the organisation.

As a man, I say that such injustice is absolutely intolerable and this is something that Lib Lab Con have done very little about. Lib Lab Con are still riddled with the macho mentality that has characterized Britain for a very long time.

You only have to look at what is happening right now not only when it comes to pay but also when it comes to attitudes towards women. None other than a Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords believes that it is his prerogative to go around pestering women of his own political party and very little is done about him.

Sunday, 19 January 2014

UKIP: Of floods caused by homosexuality

When a UKIP politician stands up and says that flooding in the United Kingdom is being caused by actions of homosexuals, in a first instance you might be inclined to say that we are dealing with lunatics taking over the asylum.

Now, when you think again and think about the amount of money being invested by advertisers in the United States of America to support religious programmed conducted by priests that become mass media stars, when you think about the many churches across America and the many people who reject Charles Darwin's ideas about Evolution, you know that UKIP might be trying to take advantage of a multi-million industry for its own political purposes.

As the BBC reports, UKIP is also trying to attract Asian communities that themselves have issues about homosexuality and suddenly the whole thing becomes a mix of religion, foreign policy and of the need to gather as much support as possible to make a real breakthrough in British politics because, as we know, money talks and it is money what has given and will give UKIP the tools to use the mass media effectively to persuade the British public that UKIP is not just a phase and that is has real chances of replacing the official Conservative Party.

Lunatics? Maybe. If well implemented, this could be a master's move to attract funding American funding while using other issues to create a very wide support base.

Friday, 10 January 2014

The extraordinary resilience of a persecuted and demonised political party

Despite all the venom that for many decades has been used against the British National Party by all kind of organizations including Governments, Parliament, Trade Unions, Political Parties and education centres, the mass media - and the list goes on - today, more than twenty year later, the organization is not just standing.

The British National Party has been setting the trends of the national debate on many issues and subjects that were treated as taboo subjects are now been talked about nationally and internationally.

Compared to the so called giants of British politics, British National Party membership has always represented a handful of people that without major financial support have dedicated themselves to keep alive an idea.

Let us remember that the British National Party has never had any representation in the Houses of Parliament, has never had any control of any local or regional authority, has never won a major election and has never had the support of the mass media.

Despite all this and against all odds, the brand British National Party is a national institution that is now recognized internationally and is talked about internationally.

I don't think for a minute that its founders could ever imagine that without having any major electoral success such a little organisation that grew up in and around local taverns, very often having meetings in dilapidated rooms with very bad lighting and in very poor conditions could have such a strength and such an influence in British politics.

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Nigel Farage: What is UKIP's Policy on Immigration?

The fundamental question that must be raised is: what is really UKIP's Policy on Immigration?

Some in the mass classified UKIP as a Far Right political party something that really puzzles me.

In less than two weeks, we have been assaulted by serious doubts about what is UKIP's real approach on Immigration.

We have heard all kinds of versions:

1) We need to get out of Europe to control our borders.

2) We need a balanced approach to equal the numbers of those coming in and those going out because Britain is full.

3) We need to take in Syrian refugees because it is the humane thing to do. (Something that without proper controls would allow thousands of people closely related to AQaeda to settle down in Britain.

4) I never said that Britain was full.

5) I prefer to have less immigrants even if we are poorer because of it.

6) UKIP does not have a Policy on Immigration.

So, if UKIP does not have a Policy on Immigration, does UKIP have a policy regarding being or not being in the European Union.

If feels a bit like a train that has hit the buffers and has nowhere else to go but backwards.

These are some of the bullet points mentioned on their official website:

  • Only by leaving the EU can we fully regain control of our borders and control migration.
  • Those wishing to permanently settle in the UK must financially support themselves and their dependents for 5 years. This means private health insurance (except emergency medical care), private education and housing.  You pay into the pot before you take out of the pot.
  • Bring in a points based visa system and time limited work permits.
  • Tourists and new migrants to the UK must provide proof of private health insurance cover as a condition of entry to the UK.
  • Monday, 6 January 2014

    Successful Mark Carey, Head of the Bank of England, is a former executive of bankrupt Goldman Sachs

    What many people in England fail to appreciated is that bankruptcy is a golden opportunity and this is the way bankruptcy is seen in America a country that has surpassed Britain many times over. Many of you might not even be aware that the present Head of the Bank of England is Mark Carey, a former executive of a company called Goldman Sachs that went bankrupt and was bombarded with lawsuits.

    In America, as Donald Trump and many other successful businessmen know, going bankrupt is not much a sign of failure but a sign that those involved are ready and willing to take risks to succeed and become what many ordinary people who are constantly criticizing others and are afraid of taking risks will never achieve.

    The story of Around the World in 80 Days, the famous novel of French writer Jules Verne, has been immortalised and is the account of the life of a man called Phileas Fogg (immortalised on the big and small screens by actor David Niven) who risked everything to prove his point that he could circumnavigate the globe in 80 days.
    A few years ago, Nick Griffin was an obscure political leader of an obscure political party. Now, Nick Griffin is a personality talked about across the world and none other than the Financial Times dedicates his pages to talk about Nick Griffin. As they say in America, no publicity is bad publicity and once again the point has been proven by a Leader who is not afraid to take risks. If all those who criticize Nick Griffin read the poem IF written by Rudyard Kipling they would be able to understand what the world is about. At the end of the day, life is not meant to last forever. You might as well enjoy it.


    IF you can keep your head when all about you
    Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
    If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
    But make allowance for their doubting too;
    If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
    Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,
    Or being hated, don't give way to hating,
    And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:

    If you can dream - and not make dreams your master;
    If you can think - and not make thoughts your aim;
    If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
    And treat those two impostors just the same;
    If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
    Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
    Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
    And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools:

    If you can make one heap of all your winnings
    And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
    And lose, and start again at your beginnings
    And never breathe a word about your loss;
    If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
    To serve your turn long after they are gone,
    And so hold on when there is nothing in you
    Except the Will which says to them: 'Hold on!'

    If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
    Or walk with Kings - nor lose the common touch,
    If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
    If all men count with you, but none too much;
    If you can fill the unforgiving minute
    With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
    Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
    And - which is more - you'll be a Man, my son!

    Sunday, 5 January 2014

    Nigel Farage now says that Enoch Powell was right

    Nigel Farage: 'the basic principle of Enoch Powell's speech is right. Some passage from the 1968 River of Blood Speech describing the problems of immigration are now true for much of England.

    Of course Enoch Powell was right and now we are starting to see what he predicted and things keep going the way they are going we are going to have Rivers of Blood.

    Only feeble minded and ideologically brainwashed individuals can refuse to accept what is happening right now not only in Britain but also across Europe.

    Anders Breivik was just the tip of the iceberg. Wait until the middle-class are engulfed by the mess created by Globalists and Marxist ideologists. David Blunkett warned about riots. Riots are the least of our concerns. It could get a lot worse than that. The word War has to be mentioned. There are too many contradictions and far too many people living in desperate conditions.


    David Blunkett talks about riots, Ed Miliband... will it be war?

    It is highly irresponsible to flood Britain with millions of desperate people who have very little in common and not even speak the same language. Ethnic differences will be the St Andreas fault of Britain in a no so distant future. Firstly, we had David Blunkett talking about riots between the Roma gypsy communities and the Asian communities. Now, we have Ed Miliband talking about desperate measures to protect those who cannot help themselves and are fighting for their lives with no skills and facing increasing competition from low skilled workers coming from abroad. They have no allegiance to Britain. They don't speak English and have different sets of beliefs. All they have is their desperation to survive and in order to survive things are going to get dirty. This is going to become like the Roman Circus where gladiators were told that in order to survive they had to kill each other in a bloody battle. We had anticipated this kind of scenario. When we thought that the so-called sheds with beds was the worst that we could get, we are going to have people living in tents and on the streets, unable to find a job and still having children of their own. I reckon this is not the kind of touristic attraction we expected to have when people are sleeping rough a few blocks away from Buckingham Palace. Labour and their acolytes have created a Dickensian Reality in the Twenty-First Century.

    Friday, 3 January 2014

    Cameron told by House of Lords that they will not allow a Referendum on Europe

    David Cameron MP  was told by members of the House of Lords that they will not allow a Referendum on Europe. So even if the Conservative Party were to win the next General Election the British Prime Minister would not be able to deliver what is evidently a smoke curtain to delay, delay, and delay even more something that David Cameron and others really don't want to offer.
    The British Prime Minister that very willingly offered a Referendum on Scottish Independence has been quite reluctant to offer a Referendum on Europe and a few months ago, when UKIP and the British National Party campaigned for a Referendum on Europe and had the matter debated in the House of Commons, David Cameron threatened his own Members of Parliament telling them not to support a Referendum on Europe.
    In the end, either because the Conservative Party loses in the next General Election or because the House of Lords opposes a Referendum on Europe, the British people will not have a Referendum on Europe.
    If you want a Referendum on Europe, stop supporting the Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party and vote for parties that will truly offer you a Referendum on Europe. The one thing you can be certain is that the one political party that having the power to do so will implement a Referendum on Europe is the British National Party.

    Thursday, 2 January 2014

    New Year Celebrations: Only England and Scotland?

    I must say that I had no expectations about New Year celebrations. I wasn't fooled by all the hype about fireworks and the vision of vast numbers of people jumping around on the streets. It looked as if only London in England and Edinburgh in Scotland had any celebrations at all or so I felt.

    I heard television presenters talking about an additional gimmick - people were going to be able to smell different fruity aromas or even taste fruity flavours. Since I wasn't in the crowd, and for all those who were not in the crowd, it was merely something that I and many people would not be able to experience.

    Having said that, the one shocking detail was the fact that, apart from London and Edinburgh, the rest of the country - and there might have been something to report - was left very much in the dark. There was no real sense of elation or celebration, no mention of any hopes or aspirations.

    I have become very cynical about New Year celebrations and about Christmas celebrations. I guess the combination of commercialization and financial statistics is more than enough to kill any festive spirit.

    With regards to Christmas celebrations, and this happened before the 24th and 25th of December, I very much enjoyed the Christmas celebrations organized by a local school that took place at the local Church. There were no commercials tempting people to buy things that people don't actually need and no reports about how well or how bad Christmas shopping had been.

    I had a very emotive and very beautiful time filled up with the true meaning of Christmas. At my age, I felt like the little child I was when Christmas was Christmas.