Sunday, 10 May 2009

Keep the BNP out of Ipswich

Keep the BNP out of Ipswich – It was a sad day for the town this week when the BNP announced that they would stand in Bridge and Chantry. I have always been proud of the fact that Ipswich has been a town of many cultures and one that was not blighted by the race riots of the 80;s or the rise of the National Front in the 1970’s.
One of my old school friends has contacted me since I have been in Afghanistan and we both remember the great times we had at Toweramparts, but the best thing about the school was how everyone got on – white, West Indian, Sikh, Indian, Ukrainian- it was a school of many different cultures but the fact that we all stuck together- what ever the provocation was part of my education and upbringing that I am proud of.

Now we have fascists standing in this town that is not what is Ipswich is about – recently we have had Mayor’s born in the West Indies, but if you go to the Racecourse estate and just off Felixstowe Road is a street named after the first Asian Mayor in Ipswich – and that was in the 1920’s.

It seems funny and slightly perverse that I am sitting in Afghanistan, trying to bring democracy and freedom to all in a troubled country, when back in Ipswich we have two people standing who would like to take away the right to live in a democracy from thousands who now see Britain as there home.

Please make sure in June we show them at the ballot box that they are not wanted in this town and that they go back under the stone they crawled out from.


Anonymous said...

Fascists? have fun fighting for corporate elites for a bit of oil.. like they did in Iraq:

--"Iraq's massive oil reserves, the third-largest in the world, are about to be thrown open for large-scale exploitation by Western oil companies under a controversial law which is expected to come before the Iraqi parliament within days.

The US government has been involved in drawing up the law, a draft of which has been seen by The Independent on Sunday. It would give big oil companies such as BP, Shell and Exxon 30-year contracts to extract Iraqi crude and allow the first large-scale operation of foreign oil interests in the country since the industry was nationalised in 1972."

BNP woulden't let the industrial society corrupt us any longer. You would be in your own country, and vice versa with the immigrants (who may be good people, but in a bad situtation)

The only reason we have open borders is because the government wanted more assets for 'growth' (population growth to increase the economic growth) indigenous brits were not having enough kids for this, the government does not give a shit about the so called 'beauty of multiculture', it's colonisation, which is what the west are trying to do in the middle east, it's fucking stupid..

The BNP would not have your guys being used for some plutocrats profiteering deception, our country is more important than the New World Order gordon brown keeps blabbering on about.

Multiculture destroyed the roman empire, and will destroy the modern empire too, be realistic about things.

New Deal Scandal said...


We live in a society that allows free speech and the right to think how you want. All native British people are white - something to do with the weather but whether British Citizens or not we are a great multi-cultural society of many faiths and the majority of people directly or indirectly celebrates that fact.

I don't agree with the BNP but you can't ringfence what is acceptable to vote for, otherwise there will just be Labour.

Labour is the reason why the BNP has grown to how strong it is and the other parties too collectively with Labour are the reasons for their success as revenge for the expenses scandal etc.

People don't vote BNP specifically because of their policies or what they are about, but because they have seen the best that both Conservatives and Labour has to offer from past experience and decided they need to vote... but for someone else... the probability of the matter is instead of just independents and lib dems etc. some votes are going to go with the BNP.