Paul Weston lays out the case for the British Freedom Party in an article posted today on theÂ BF website.
“Rubbing the noses of the right in diversity”, an unprecedented act of treason by the British Labour party, resulted in the import of millions of third world savages to the UK. Â While Britain crumbles under the weight of this undesirable ‘diversity’, the phoney conservatives under David Cameron are continuing the failed policies of the socialists.Â Paul Weston, chairman of the British Freedom Party, knows what to do about it.
Why British Freedom?Â Â by Paul Weston thanks to the Gates of Vienna
David Blunkett (ex-Labour Home Secretary) wrote an interestingÂ articleÂ last week entitledÂ “British politicians have rarely been so ridiculed and despised, and that should worry us all”. He went on to quote Labour strategist Philip Gould who stated modern politicians wereÂ like footballers playing at empty grounds: the crowds have lost interest and left.
Blunkett’s article was published shortly after a pollÂ suggestedÂ a large section of the electorate would back a party that confronted the problems of mass immigration and Islamic within Britain. It is no coincidence therefore that the three main parties are playing to empty grounds â€” they simply no longer reflect the concerns of their core vote.
The Labour Party:Â The tragic irony of Labour is their almost total betrayal of the working men and women of Britain. Between 1997 and 2010 theyÂ exportedÂ our skilled industrial base andÂ importedÂ the unskilled Third World â€” along with Eastern Europeans happy to work for wages too low to support the indigenous working man, let alone his family.
The cheerleaders in the liberal media were all for this. Middle class BBC types andGuardianÂ readers found they could employ cheap nannies, gardeners and builders to support their affluent lifestyles even as they sipped caffÃ¨ latte in the fair-trade coffee shops of Islington and Hampstead where they gathered to discuss working class oppression by the forces of Conservatism.
Run by a clique of Oxbridge-educated social inadequates, the Labour Party proudly proclaimed their desire to import the Third World in order toÂ “rub the noses of the right in diversity”, but the only noses rubbed in diversity were those of the working class. Never has Joe Sobran’s critique of middle-class intellectuals been so apt:Â “The purpose of a college education is to give you the correct view of minorities, and the means to live as far away from them as possible”.
Over the three terms of the Labour government the population of Britain (principally within England) grew from 58 million to almost 63 million. The indigenous population was in decline during this period, and there are no reliable statistics to tell us how many native Brits emigrated as well, so these figures are far worse than they sound. This is population replacement, and amounts to a complete betrayal not just of the working class but of the country itself.