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Freedom – and that cartoon

by Nick Griffin Chairman of the British National Party
16th February 2006

We all know that the British National Party is committed to freedom of speech, but there is still some confusion as to what the phrase actually means. So, for the avoidance of any doubt, I will explain our stance in a little more detail:

When we say we support freedom of speech we mean it in terms of the old English common law sense, under which your freedom to swing your fist ends where my nose begins. We mean that people have the right to say what they like, about whatsoever or whomsoever they like, provided only that such speech does not incite illegal acts against others.

Thus, to take a few bogymen as examples. Sick freaks or their arguably even sicker sympathisers have the right to say that paedophilia should be legalised, but they do not have the right to take or distribute images of children being sexually abused. We in turn have the right to call them sick freaks, and to jail them for using such images, but not for saying paedophilia should be legalised.

Nick goes on:

Our grandfathers
’ pals and brothers didn’t die for the sovereignty of gallant little Belgium or Poland. They died to keep this country free from foreign invasion, to maintain its traditions, and to prevent any government – whether foreign socialist dictatorship, alien religion or home-grown tyranny – having the right to have its security forces ask freeborn Britons for their Identity Cards in times of peace, or tell us what we can and cannot say, or what cartoons we can look at.

In the hands of the neo-cons pushing for the obliteration of Iran, the ‘Clash of Civilisations’ is a propaganda label, a way to justify to Middle America the fact that more and more of her sons are going to come home in boxes. But on the streets of London over the Saturdays of February, the Clash of Civilisations is precisely that – an argument over which culture’s highest value is to prevail. More here: Freedom – and that cartoon.


Star of Dhimmi
Soon to be worn by  Kafir?

Balder: Desværre er også mange danske politikere også langt mere villig til at anvende magtmidler overfor fjerne lande hvor massepsykoser, løgn, uforstand og utaknemmelighed går hånd i hånd, end overfor den umiddelbare trussel mod danskerne fra herboende fanatikere, og deres desværre meget store bagland hvorfra nye jihadkandidater udklækkes i en stadig accelererende strøm.

England er et meget særligt tilfælde, hvor vi har en Tony B. Liar en Ken Livingstone, en Jack Straw og et Labourparti, der på samme tid har gjort det til deres officielle politik at diskriminere den oprindelige britiske befolkning med snærende love og begrænsninger i ytringsfriheden, og behandler de derboende muhamedanere med fløjlshandsker, mens de lader deres soldater 'sprede demokratiet' i deres hjemlande.

I virkeligheden gør denne regering muhamedanerne en dobbel tjeneste, da de nu har fået omskabt det før ret så sekulære Irak til en rugeplads for fundamentalister. Ikke noget under, at imamerne både i Danmark og i England opfører sig så storskryende.

Bare sæt korstoget i gang!


Men når det nu ikke kan være anderledes, så lad os bare give muhamedanerne en lektie, ved at gøre Iran til begyndelsen på et korstog mod islams vigtigste arnesteder. Når de vestlige tropper først står i Mekka og Medina og Israelerne denne gang uden alt for meget protest fra Europæerne indtager Jerusalem, og genopretter deres tempel på funderingerne af Al Aksa moskeen, får muhamedanerne noget andet at brokke sig over end bare nogle tegninger fra Jyllands Posten. Overfor muhamedanerne bliver man efterhånden nemt fristet til at se bort fra små moralske dilemmaer der kunne har plaget en. Det er der nok mange Europæere der vil være enige med mig i efter vi har set muhamedanernes sande ansigt så klart, at man skal hedde Seidenfaden eller Bræk Simonsen for ikke at forså at det gælder livet for alle der har deres land og levemåde kær.


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Dagens citat
»The customs of that most criminal nation have gained such strength that they have now been received in all lands. The conquered have given laws to the conquerors« (Seneca 4 BC – 65 AD)