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The British Establishment proves that you don’t need to be the Burmese Junta to attempt to close down a political party:
We don’t normally cover domestic mainstream politics here at Un:dhimmi – our interests lie in exposing the Islamisation of the developed world and its proponents. But we felt that we had to comment on the British Establishment’s show trial of the British National Party and its leader Nick Griffin this week, culminating in his appearance on a major British political debate show last night.
For those unfamiliar (particularly as a large proportion of this site’s readers are from overseas), the BNP is a party that supports the indigenous British people. It has a murky past and its former (and some current) members have been associated with some nasty, racist groups.
To be fair (we do not support the BNP here at Undhimmi), under Griffin’s leadership progress has been made in shifting the emphasis away from the racism and onto the protection of the interests of ‘native’ Brits – particularly the marginalised white working class, who have suffered most under the multicultural, immigration-led politics of the mainstream over the last four decades.
Whatever people may think of Griffin, that he is an effective and successful leader is unarguable. No skinhead thug, he is in fact a Cambridge Law graduate. He comes across as an affable and approachable figurehead who speaks well.
He has tackled the party’s financial problems, increased membership dramatically and brought in modern management techniques to his party; including an interactive and multimedia-driven website that is the most viewed political site in Britain; massively beating those of any of the mainstream parties.
A recent sample from, Alexa, widely viewed as the authoritative web traffic analysis source, showed in terms of the audience rankings, the BNP ranked at the 57,555th most popular site (if you click on the link you will see that this has improved significantly since that sample), with the mainstream parties languishing well into six-figure territory.
“I wonder whether we see a different programme from the one that’s being watched out in the country? The danger tonight was that the British people, famous for their fair-mindedness, saw one man being beaten up by five other people on the panel, including the presenter, and by an audience that was overwhelmingly hostile to him.”
- Political TV show host Andrew Neil
It also runs its own mail and distribution centres and uses the latest direct mail and telemarketing techniques to aid member recruitment, communications and fund raising. Make no mistake, this is a slick, professionalised organisation.
This year’s European Elections marked a major turning point for the BNP, with Griffin and a deputy winning two seats in large Northern English constituencies for the European Parliament – on the back of almost a million votes.
In the low-turnout world of European democracy, this was a massive feat and showed in sharp relief to the other parties just how popular the BNP were becoming.
It was this moment we believe, that galvanised the British establishment into action to try and destroy the BNP by whatever means were at its disposal.
In September The BBC announced that the party would be invited to appear on Question Time, a popular weekly current affairs panel show filmed before a live audience in various locations up and down the country.
Also in the news was the prosecution of the BNP by the race relations quango, the Equalities Commission. Instead of promoting racial harmony, this government funded NGO has been waging legal warfare against the BNP at the taxpayers’ expense – and has recently won a case that could financially cripple it. It has, since this ruling, had to close its membership list while it works out a response.
Effectively the British government is trying to asphyxiate a rival party, using a (barely) plausible deniability proxy and spurious litigation.
In the week running up to the Question Time debate, news of the upcoming show was given massive media airtime. Every pundit known to man was wheeled onto various news shows to denounce Griffin.
As the week progressed, details of his would-be inquisitors on the show’s panel were leaked. It was announced that Bonnie Greer, deputy Chair of the British Museum and a black activist, would be sitting beside him (the show always includes a non-politician, usually a celebrity, on the panel).
Senior political figures (more so than would appear on a regular edition) were lined up to face him: Jack Straw, the Justice Minister – whose constituency is a large heavily Islamised industrial town in Northern England, Sayeeda Warsi – ditto constituency-wise and the Conservative opposition’s ‘Minister for Community Cohesion and Social Action’ – whatever that means.
A prominent Muslim, she has been widely criticised by the gay community for homophobic remarks. The panel was completed by Chris Huhne, a member of the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet.
On the day of the show, large protests took place outside the BBC Television Centre in West London, the UAF (Unite Against Fascism, a thuggish, anti-Israel far-left protest group with strong links to the mainstream political parties), breached BBC security and had to be led of the premises by police. At least six members of the UAF were arrested and three police officers injured.
The show itself was little different. Instead of the usual cross-section (although even normally, it has a left-wing, public-sector bias), last night’s audience was noticeably metropolitan, young, middle class and massively hostile – they had clearly been carefully selected.
The moderator David Dimbleby, ostensibly a distinguished journalist and presenter – could barely disguise his hostility. Rather than controlling the debate, he himself harangued Griffin several times and constantly interrupted or talked over him; while allowing others to speak unchallenged.
Not one of the politicians was brought to heel for their failure to satisfactorily answer criticism – especially Jack Straw, who ducked questions about his role in the Iraq War and his shameless facilitation and promotion of massive (and particularly Muslim) immigration into Britain.
Griffin’s performance itself was poor – he lacked confidence (he’s not often invited on TV), was unprepared and nervous – but then again, who wouldn’t have been in the face of such a stage-managed onslaught?
It was little short of a lynching.
What we have witnessed this past week (and culminating with Question Time kangaroo court) has been nothing less than a stage-managed state show trial.
Watch the video – the entire show is at the top of this article.
From the BBC bias and open hostility of Dimbleby to the UAF made-to-order rabble and the carefully hand-picked age, class and politics-profiled audience, the show was a set-up.
He shouldn’t worry, though. We would say – any further legal dirty-tricks by the Establishment to shut the BNP down notwithstanding – that he has probably doubled his voter base this week.
Why? because the hand-picked, metropolitan multikulti audience was so clearly unrepresentative of Britain as a whole, because mainstream British politics truly has alienated a large section of native Brits, because Griffin was allowed to be cast as the underdog; and because the whole circus was just so in-your-face obvious.
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