So why specifically post now? Well since The BNP is continually vilified in the state run press, I think it’s appropriate to fanaticise about the future.
Our dream... Their nightmares!
“On a warm Friday morning in late autumn 2013
It’s an unprecedented landslide general election victory, as from only 3 MPs in the last Parliament, and gaining 339 seats, The BNP amasses a new total of 342 seats. New PM Nick Griffin and stalwart Deputy PM Simon Darby, victoriously and famously resign their recently re-elected MEP seats to take over from the crumbling Tory administration and the struggling David Cameron who had been in office for less than four years, when the wheels came off the wagon. Blaming completely unrestricted mass immigration, The closure of Cadburys in Birmingham with all production transferred to new owners Nestlé’s production plants in Bangladesh and Western Samoa, The sell out of Alliance Boots to Shoppers Drug Mart, The complete shutdown of Vauxhall production in Merseyside and Luton with production transferred to Opel in Belgium and Germany and of course the continuing recession that Cameron states were all an insurmountable legacy from New Labour.
This would be mitigation, except that following the 20 millionth house repossession by The Mega-bank Lloyds-TSB-HBOS-Santander which was resold to The Tandoori Housing Association for a mere £10,000 (5% of its market value) for the re-housing of asylum seeking immigrants, there was uncontrollable civil unrest that followed in the shanty towns and campsites nationwide in City parks where the un-housed indigenous population were living, many since the early summer of 2009 when previous PM Gordon Brown (now Lord Brown of Staines aka Sir Skid-Marks) had allowed several erections in St James’ Park just to annoy Her Majesty the Queen and divert attention from the poor showing in County Council and Euro elections.
Possible candidates for Chancellor of The Exchequer, Mr Gordon Howells MP, and Mr Alwyn Deacon MP were both unavailable for comment. Possible Minister for Sport, Ex Tranny er I mean Tranmere Rovers youth player, Mr Michael Bell MP was quoted as saying “now then, now then, eh? eh?”
"The Impossible Dream"
from MAN OF LA MANCHA (1972)
©by Mitch Leigh & Joe Darion
To dream the impossible dream
To fight the unbeatable foe
To bear with unbearable sorrow
To run where the brave dare not go
To right the unrightable wrong
To love pure and chaste from afar
To try when your arms are too weary
To reach the unreachable star
This is my quest
To follow that star
No matter how hopeless
No matter how far
To fight for the right
Without question or pause
To be willing to march into Hell
For a heavenly cause
And I know if I'll only be true
To this glorious quest
That my heart will lie peaceful and calm
When I'm laid to my rest
And the world will be better for this
That one man, scorned and covered with scars
Still strove with his last ounce of courage
To reach the unreachable star
ADDENDUM (at 9:00AM on 6/6/9): Nothing is Impossible. It may be a dream. But this particular dream IS achievable, with more sacrifice on our time and energies.
God Bless You for reading this. Good luck to all our people for tomorrow in the count, especially our local man Simon and Manchester's local man Nick.
STOP PRESS... STOP PRESS... STOP PRESS... (at 1:00PM on 6/6/9):
The British National Party has taken its third County Council seat in South Oxhey, Hertfordshire.
BNP candidate Deirdre Gates, standing in a seat which had never been contested on County Council level before, took 783 votes, beating the Tories, Labour and Liberal-Democrats to take the former Labour seat.
The Labour vote dropped by 18.8 percent, the Liberal Democrat vote by 8.8 percent while the Tory vote rose by 3.4 percent.
Other BNP results in the Hertfordshire County Council election included several second and third places. With a few seats still outstanding, this brings the total number of votes cast for the BNP in the Hertfordshire County Council elections to just under 10,000.
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