My feelings of patriotism have been etched long and hard within me, but my recent association with a Nationalist organisation, The BNP, has stirred these feelings up and out into the open. Last night at a secret location in Gotham City, I attended a disco to celebrate Saint George's day. I purposefully didn't take my camera with me as this was a family event. My ever suffering Wife, my children and grandchild all accompanied me.
We drank, ate, danced and sang alongside other families. Families as different as chalk and cheese. But all patriots. Some of the people were too young or too drunk to appreciate the full meaning of the flag and banner waving or the songs, "Land of Hope and Glory", "Rule Britannia" and the omnipresent "Jerusalem". Some of those present didn't see the irony of the bar staff winning nearly all of the raffle prizes either.
- As patriots we share the belief that our country is being invaded and plundered by Islam. Every facet of our lives is being drawn into that goal by successive treacherous governments.
- As patriots, we can see that the only bloodless way to keep our British and English identity is in the ballot box.
Our country's last fight to remain British and English is epitomised Churchill's speech of June 4th 1940, the most famous excerpt from which being:
"...we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender"
One of the most irreverent reminders of this speech is in Supertramp's chilling masterpiece, "Fools Overture" from their 1977 album "Even in the Quietest Moments..."
Our next fight, will be led by Nick Griffin and Simon Darby on June 4th 2009.
BE THERE AT THE BEGINNING.
VOTE BNP AT THE EURO ELECTIONS ON JUNE 4TH 2009