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Saturday, 1 May 2010

CAUGHT OUT NU LABOURS ALLIES USING LIES & DIRTY TRICKS TO SMEAR OPPONENTS

CAUGHT IN THE ACT NU LABOURS ALLIES USING LIES & DIRTY TRICKS TO SMEAR  IT OPPONENTS





In the video, the cameraman confronts an agent from Hope not Hate interfering in the democratic process by distributing anti-BNP literature during a general election.

Now I greatly admire the cameraman for confronting the Hope not Hate agent, because these people when approached usually resort to violence as a way of punching home their Marxist views.  It would have been better if he had been a bit calmer in his questioning but in fairness, most British People are not used to being in a confrontational situation and so he done well in my opinion.

But the captions in the video are not quite correct.  The creator of the video failed to mention that Hope not Hate are an umbrella organisation for the communist organisation Searchlight, that is run by the convicted criminal Gerry "Unstable" Gable.

Now Searchlight is a registered Third Party that does not stand in elections.  That is not its purpose.  The people would never vote for their mad marxist policies.  Their role, that is funded by the government, is to campaign against those who are opposed to The Establishment and in this case their target is the BNP.

And the amount of money - your money - that they have to spend is not inconsiderable.  Consider this information that is taken from the Electoral Commission from the 2005 elections and written about in this article here and repeated below.

"Third Party" campaigns are a way for The Establishment to exceed the legal campaign allowance for advertising leaflets. And who do we see included in the list. None other than;
  • Searchlight Information Services Ltd £65,275.00
  • Unite Against Fascism £43,045.13
  • Muslim Friends of Labour £44,810.00
The British National Party is committed to outlawing this undemocratic practise of allowing Third Parties such as Searchlight, the SWP/UAF and trade unions and letting only those who are prepared to be part of the electoral process campaign.
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