OK now the furore has died down I believe that I can blog. I honestly believe that I lost a lot of support for my perceived support for the BNP which I regret. I don't regret the support of a minority, controversial party but I do regret that I obviously did not clarify my position.
I want to bin Europe (so do the BNP), I want to restrict immigration (so do the BNP) I want a decent education system for my granddaughters (so do the BNP), I want a fair deal for our council estate classes (so do the BNP). I also want a challenge to the Muslim threat which is real because they have an extremist faction which they are not challenging.
We have so many Muslims in our society and yet none of them seem to be able to confront the extremists. They all pretend that they are good 'British' subjects but never oppose the views of the extremists which of course feeds the cause of the BNP.
That brings me back to Question Time which the BBC contrived for viewer ratings and it has spectacularly backfired on them. Some of us have have revered 'Question Time'for years but when compere David Dimbleby clearly compromised his impartiality then the game was up and Nick Griffin had won.
Don't get me wrong I do not support Nick Griffin; I do however support many of the policies of the BNP. I personally believe that Nick Griffin harms the BNP. If they could elect a leader who did not have the controversial background that Nick Griffin exudes then just possibly they would attract further support.
Having said that who has the balls to lead an independent political party against the might of the controlled press, the might of the controlled televised media and the might of the corrupt politicians. I tell you what, considering the pressure on Nick Griffin, he did quite well. One supporter would have been an advantage!
Our controlled media rabbit on about what it means to be British but they demonstrated on Thursday evening what is not British and we all know it.