14 Mar 2009
'Hitler was right party' to win Euro seats on UKIP collapse?
The BNP have done a good job disguising themselves as a right wing populist party and with economic crisis are exploiting fears over the future to win votes.
However their core members have some distinctly anti-semitic and national socialist views.
National Socialism was the best solution for the German people in the 1930s.
I honestly can’t understand how a man who’s seen the inner city hell of Britain today can’t look back on that era [Hitler's Germany] with a certain nostalgia and think yeah, those people marching through the streets and all those happy people out in the streets, you know, saluting and everything, was a bad thing.
Honestly now, would you prefer your kid growing up in Oldham and Burnley or 1930s Germany? It would be better for your child to grow up there.
I’m going to level with you. I’d never say this on camera, yeah, and you can say this to whoever you want, ‘cos it’s true. The Jews have been thrown out of every country, including England. There’s not a single European country the Jews have not been thrown out of. And let’s face it, David, when it happens so many times it’s not just persecution. There’s no smoke without fire.
This statement from a Ch 4 documentary comes from Mark Collet, effectively number 2 in the party.
There is a real fear that the BNP could pick up European Election seats in June.
UKIP the more acceptable face of the far right, look to lose nearly all of their MEPs in June.
They have split recently and the UK first party will be fighting them with former UKIP chair Petrina Holdsworth standing against South East UKIP MEP and party leader Nigel Farage.
They have also been dogged by scandal, their second South East MEP left the party and joined a neo-Fascist bloc in the European Scandal after being found guilty of benefit fraud.
Ashley Mote 'An MEP for South East England has been jailed for nine months for falsely claiming benefits of more than £65,000.
Former UKIP MEP Ashley Mote, 71, was sentenced at Portsmouth Crown Court after being found guilty of 21 offences following a four-week trial.
Mote will retain his seat in Europe because he would only have been disqualified if he had received a term of imprisonment of more than 12 months.'
Former permatan hero Robert Kilroy Silk, left the Party, founded a new party and then dropped out of politics but still takes a Euro salary.
The UKIP collapse could lead to the BNP winning seats, which is a worry, although the fact that one UKIP MEP committed fraud, spent time in jail and joined a group of fascists in the European Parliament is pretty worrying as well.
Mote's group 'Identity, Tradition, Sovereignity' contains the following
'French National Front
Austrian Freedom Party
Vlaams Belang (Flemish nationalists)
Greater Romania Party
National Union Attack (Bulgaria)
Alternativa Sociale, Fiamma Tricolore (Italy)
Ashley Mote (Independent)'.
So may be we could say that 'The Mussolini was right' party already have an MEP for Crawley, Southampton, Oxford, Tonbridge and Reading.
You will be glad to know that the Italians of Social Action fell out with the Greater Romania Party, after Italian Fascists campaigned against Romania migration...Social Action were headed by Mussolini's grand daughter and Passolini made by a film about their origins in the Salo Republic (this is a post for another day)....any way the ITS bloc has fallen apart.
Ashley Mote is still taking a wage from European tax payers....wonder whether UKIP voters knew that they would elect a man who would cuddle up to Mussonlinl's fan club.
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