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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

The British National Party – Is A Centrist Christian Party



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The BNP – A Centrist Party

Imagine if you will that it is a hundred years ago today. It is a very different Britain from the one we know. There are virtually no buildings higher than a church steeple or a factory chimney to be seen. There is more space, more countryside, more public houses – which are all filled on an evening by men indulging in panel games. There is a sense of community – not in the sense that Gordon Brown talks about it: ‘the Bangladeshi community’ this, ‘the Muslim community’ that – but real social cohesion that in not artificially forced and monitored, but which comes from real deep-binding ancestral affiliations and a shared common culture.

The law is different too. One can be hanged for treason or murder or rape. Theft and violent disorder are punished by long sentences involving hard labour. Perhaps not so coincidentally, there is little crime, and children play out in the streets free from even knowing such vocabulary as ‘paedophile’ or ‘nonce’.

Imagine if you will that in 1910 a new political party is formed by a group of people concerned about the corruption in politics. They call the party the British National Party, as they wish to display their patriotism. The Conservatives of the time approve of their love of country and the indigenous British people, and are in favour of their support for British businesses, but do not like their policies about nationalising public services, nor are they in favour of national pensions and welfare for the elderly and disabled. These sound like Liberal policies, but at least they don’t go anywhere near as far as the recently-formed Labour Party’s Clause Four that proposes to put the means of industry into the hands of the workers. That has a whiff of Marxism to it.

The Liberals meanwhile see the BNP as quite a progressive party. They are a little more to the left economically and just as far to the right as the Conservatives in terms of preserving Britain’s traditions, heritage and culture. As for law and order, the BNP are happy as things stand. It is the policy of governmental investment for the future that is the real eye-opener for the other parties. The Conservatives have long had the idea of aristocratic patronage to further Britain’s technological and scientific development, whereas Labour and the Liberals do not seem to consider such development at all.

In all, then, circa 1910, the BNP would be considered a rather centrist party – unlike how they are portrayed today as ‘the extreme right’. This just goes to show how far left society has swung, or rather been dragged, and how near to the extreme left mainstream society now rests. Certainly, if one looks back to even fifty years ago, the practice of homosexuality was technically a crime (though tolerated); now even if a Baptist preacher dares suggest that homosexuality is a sin in the eyes of the Lord, he will be carted off to a dark cell. Just like Dale McAlpine was the other day.

Treason is now the norm and rewarded with peerages, whereas patriotism is punishable by law. Again, ask 74 year-old Roy Newman, who was visited by police after putting up the political sign ‘Get the lot out’ in red, white and blue in his window. Evil is the new good and good is the new evil, as all the Bible’s teachings have been subverted in accordance with neo-Marxist doctrine and Christianity all-but criminalised. In a stream of illogic, the Frankfurt School’s Theodor Adorno in his Minima Moralia negated church and the very notion of spirituality thus:
The power of occultism [his term for Christian worship], as of fascism, to which it is connected by thought patterns of the ilk of anti-Semitism, is not only pathic… Only in the metaphor of the body can the concept of pure spirit be grasped at all, and is at the same time cancelled. In their reification, the spirits are already negated… No spirit exists.
Note the attempt at linking Christianity with fascism and anti-Semitism. This is again to make centrist social norms seem as though they come from the extreme right, when in fact this doctrine, the doctrine of the Labour Party is that of the extreme left.

The problem is that the other two parties, the Liberals and Tories have been dragged over to the left as Labour has moved ever towards the extreme left. The great tragedy of the two world wars, aside from the loss of life, was that extreme leftist ideas became ever more acceptable, as anything that was deemed diametrically opposite to Nazism was considered moral, instead of as another form of extremism.

The leftists gained ever higher positions in our institutions, especially in educational ones, where they could brainwash our young into becoming clones of themselves: the great unwashed. They promoted within their ranks; ideological sycophants were preferred to those of high ability. In any case, ability is anathema to the leftist – rather like soap! Incidentally, why do leftists insist on looking like tramps? I’ve begun to consider launching a counter-leftist lobby group called ‘Soap not Hate’!

And when one looks, it was not those of the extreme left in Britain or Germany who fought against Hitler. Michael Foot was excused after producing a sick note from his mother; the Frankfurt School relocated to America to spread their poison there. It was left to the centrist average Joe Bloggs in the street, who believed in the centrist ideas of patriotism, tradition and loyalty to one’s people and culture to fight the tyranny of fascism, while the leftists plotted their overthrow of the West.

Remember this when you go to the ballot box: the BNP is a centrist party.

Imagine if you will that it is a hundred years ago today. It is a very different Britain from the one we know. There are virtually no buildings higher than a church steeple or a factory chimney to be seen. There is more space, more countryside, more public houses – which are all filled on an evening by men indulging in panel games. There is a sense of community – not in the sense that Gordon Brown talks about it: ‘the Bangladeshi community’ this, ‘the Muslim community’ that – but real social cohesion that in not artificially forced and monitored, but which comes from real deep-binding ancestral affiliations and a shared common culture.

The law is different too. One can be hanged for treason or murder or rape. Theft and violent disorder are punished by long sentences involving hard labour. Perhaps not so coincidentally, there is little crime, and children play out in the streets free from even knowing such vocabulary as ‘paedophile’ or ‘nonce’.

Imagine if you will that in 1910 a new political party is formed by a group of people concerned about the corruption in politics. They call the party the British National Party, as they wish to display their patriotism. The Conservatives of the time approve of their love of country and the indigenous British people, and are in favour of their support for British businesses, but do not like their policies about nationalising public services, nor are they in favour of national pensions and welfare for the elderly and disabled. These sound like Liberal policies, but at least they don’t go anywhere near as far as the recently-formed Labour Party’s Clause Four that proposes to put the means of industry into the hands of the workers. That has a whiff of Marxism to it.

The Liberals meanwhile see the BNP as quite a progressive party. They are a little more to the left economically and just as far to the right as the Conservatives in terms of preserving Britain’s traditions, heritage and culture. As for law and order, the BNP are happy as things stand. It is the policy of governmental investment for the future that is the real eye-opener for the other parties. The Conservatives have long had the idea of aristocratic patronage to further Britain’s technological and scientific development, whereas Labour and the Liberals do not seem to consider such development at all.

In all, then, circa 1910, the BNP would be considered a rather centrist party – unlike how they are portrayed today as ‘the extreme right’. This just goes to show how far left society has swung, or rather been dragged, and how near to the extreme left mainstream society now rests. Certainly, if one looks back to even fifty years ago, the practice of homosexuality was technically a crime (though tolerated); now even if a Baptist preacher dares suggest that homosexuality is a sin in the eyes of the Lord, he will be carted off to a dark cell. Just like Dale McAlpine was the other day.

Treason is now the norm and rewarded with peerages, whereas patriotism is punishable by law. Again, ask 74 year-old Roy Newman, who was visited by police after putting up the political sign ‘Get the lot out’ in red, white and blue in his window. Evil is the new good and good is the new evil, as all the Bible’s teachings have been subverted in accordance with neo-Marxist doctrine and Christianity all-but criminalised. In a stream of illogic, the Frankfurt School’s Theodor Adorno in his Minima Moralia negated church and the very notion of spirituality thus:
The power of occultism [his term for Christian worship], as of fascism, to which it is connected by thought patterns of the ilk of anti-Semitism, is not only pathic… Only in the metaphor of the body can the concept of pure spirit be grasped at all, and is at the same time cancelled. In their reification, the spirits are already negated… No spirit exists.
Note the attempt at linking Christianity with fascism and anti-Semitism. This is again to make centrist social norms seem as though they come from the extreme right, when in fact this doctrine, the doctrine of the Labour Party is that of the extreme left.

The problem is that the other two parties, the Liberals and Tories have been dragged over to the left as Labour has moved ever towards the extreme left. The great tragedy of the two world wars, aside from the loss of life, was that extreme leftist ideas became ever more acceptable, as anything that was deemed diametrically opposite to Nazism was considered moral, instead of as another form of extremism.

The leftists gained ever higher positions in our institutions, especially in educational ones, where they could brainwash our young into becoming clones of themselves: the great unwashed. They promoted within their ranks; ideological sycophants were preferred to those of high ability. In any case, ability is anathema to the leftist – rather like soap! Incidentally, why do leftists insist on looking like tramps? I’ve begun to consider launching a counter-leftist lobby group called ‘Soap not Hate’!

And when one looks, it was not those of the extreme left in Britain or Germany who fought against Hitler. Michael Foot was excused after producing a sick note from his mother; the Frankfurt School relocated to America to spread their poison there. It was left to the centrist average Joe Bloggs in the street, who believed in the centrist ideas of patriotism, tradition and loyalty to one’s people and culture to fight the tyranny of fascism, while the leftists plotted their overthrow of the West.

Remember this when you go to the ballot box: the BNP is a centrist party.