Monday, November 13, 2006

Free Speech victory in Britain

The leader of the far-right British National Party walked free from court overnight after being cleared on race hate charges in a re-trial.

Nick Griffin, who was acquitted of using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred, emerged from the courthouse making the victory sign as supporters greeted him waving flags, wielding bottles of champagne and chanting "Freedom".
Nick Griffin commented:
This party is now an icon of resistance to the forcibly imposed multi-cultural experiment which has failed.
And that is right. Multiculturalism is a failure. To point this out however is thought crime.

The British Labour Party is waking up to their core constituency flocking to the BNP:
Mr Cruddas, a former Downing Street aide and MP for Dagenham where the BNP won 11 council seats in May’s local elections, said the party was thriving in poor communities where people had given up on the Government.
However the political cartel already has and answer to the conundrum it is now facing:
Any preaching of religious or racial hatred will offend mainstream opinion in this country and I think we have got to do whatever we can to root it out, from whatever quarter it comes
said Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Totalitarian dictatorship anyone? The wonderful fruits of Multiculturalism and mass-immigration.

Those who wax so eloquently about "diversity" really hate "diversity of thought".

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