Surely Nick Griffin is the man

21 11 2009

The Express suggests that Britain needs a strong leader to oppose the European Council’s idea of Nationhood.  Well, that is Brown, Cameron and Clegg out of the running.  Afterall, they’ve had plenty of time to stop the behemoth long before the Lisbon Treaty even became part of the political landscape yet have only accelerated the process.


WHEN Margaret Thatcher made her famous Bruges Speech opposing those wishing to create a United States of Europe she spoke for millions.

“We have not successfully rolled back the frontiers of the state in Britain, only to see them re-imposed at a European level with a European superstate exercising a new dominance from Brussels, ” she declared. “Europe will be stronger precisely because it has France as France, Spain as Spain and Britain as Britain, each with its own customs, traditions and identity. It would be folly to try to fit them into some sort of identikit European personality.”

But more than 20 years later that is exactly what the unelected Brussels bureaucracy is up to. Political leaders from across Europe have decided to surrender national sovereignty rather than defend it. As the European Union appoints its first president and foreign minister, nowhere is the sense of betrayal greater than in Britain. None of the so-called “mainstream” parties has emerged with credit from this process.

Each, in turn, has buckled in the face of Brussels pressure and abandoned the very notion of democracy.

Oh for a leader prepared to say, as Thatcher once did, what the British people really think: No, no, no.

With the mention of Mrs Thatcher, I have to add, we all remember the knives drawn out for her.  Sometimes a strong leader isn’t enough.  She may have tamed the EU machine for a while but the stooges soon got the European Project back on track by getting rid of the Iron Lady.  No, it isn’t just a strong leader but a strong party that is needed for our salvation.

And if the Big Three are incapable of defending British Sovereignty, they should stand aside and let the BNP, the only Patriotic Party left on these British Isles, to have a go.  Of course the Multi-Culture promoting NUJ doesn’t agree with BNP policy so vilify the Party and its supporters as racists and fascists, when really, the only bone the NUJ has with the BNP is that they’re Nationalistic and that just doesn’t do for the Globalist Cartels that control the planet.

Either we are a free and independent Nation or we are nothing more than a dictated European Vassal.  You decide.




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23 11 2009

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