Monday, 5 September 2011

Toxic waste: the erosion of political opposition in Great Britain

By John Salvage – With the news that the 'Scottish Tories' are possibly to be dismantled, and, in the Express On Sunday, Former Conservative MP Neil Hamilton telling his readers that UKIP is the only real chance we have of getting out of the European Union, it is now painfully obvious that all opposition to the destruction of our nation is essentially non-existent in the 'mainstream' world of politics and media.


The British National Party's campaigns have, by and large, been ignored by the two institutions, who on one hand pretend they care about the future of Britain, and thus, when it suits them, rally shoulder to shoulder to scream about the 'racist BNP'. This time, though, the once credible, if not slightly toothless group, 'Scottish Conservatives', have by their own hand, sliced a gaping whole in the voice box of their own last chance to actually do something to save this nation, and create opposition to the regionalisation/Balkanisation of our ancient union. A union going back thousands of years, not simply since the formation of the 'post-Romano socio-political' union called England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland under the modern United Kingdom.


A certain Murdo Fraser, who is the favourite candidate to become leader of the 'Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party', will announce he himself has plans to 'wind up the party if he wins a ballot of members next month'. After this treachery, he would apparently launch a new right-of-centre party. The new party would contest all Scottish elections, including council, Scottish Parliament and Westminster elections. Mr Fraser is a member of the Scottish Parliament and believes the Conservatives have become a ‘toxic brand’ in Scotland, especially since losing all 11 Commons seats in the 1997 Labour landslide victory.

Now where have we heard that sort of leftist thinking recently? Ah, yes, we've heard the term 'toxic' by those moaning about the current, and re-elected leader, Mr Nick Griffin MEP. By using the term 'toxic', both Mr Fraser and our own former members-turned-critics have left themselves open to accusations that their intentions were never honourable, nor were they working for the best interests of this nation.

If the Scottish Conservatives and Unionist Party, and the British National Party, are somehow only now ‘toxic’... then what is to replace these two parties? Yes, Neil Hamilton has, without realising it, let a hefty, red-coloured cat out of the bag. The term toxic perfectly describes how both the leftists, and the weaklings once allied to both our party and the Conservatives have no more battle in them. Indeed, did they ever really expect to win every single seat? Did these handwringers ever really expect to romp home like some well-trained nag in the Grand National, winning every battle until the race was won? If yes, then they were never really thinking about things, were they?

If we can, we should now be writing to the many genuine Conservatives and explaining that the word toxic has been used to scare people and create a further nail in the coffin of our mutual aims for an independent, free and autonomous Britain. If political parties are continuously undermined, split and fragmented, both in nationalist circles and the so-called mainstream arena, then surely someone, somewhere, and sometime very soon, should create a system whereby we can all unite in some manner.

In November 2007, Mr Hamilton actually copied what the British National Party had been saying for a decade or more: 'Enoch Powell was right'. Here's what Mr Hamilton wrote:

'Halesowen Tories should revolt at the sacking of their candidate, Nigel Hastilow, for saying, “Enoch was right”. He was. And nearly everybody thinks so, especially in places most affected by immigration, such as the West Midlands. None of the main parties will tell the truth. No wonder the BNP is picking up votes.’

We all know that he was correct, but the sad fact is the British National Party, so bereft of unity of late, has, and did have, all the right arguments, but such articles as Mr Hamilton wrote then, and continues to write, and such forthright and morally righteous ones we write, are worlds apart. We should be reaping the benefits of the feeling of anger on the streets, but once again, as with ALL political parties, we seem to have fallen for the same old trap. Whatever idiosyncrasies may be found in leaders both past and present, both 'mainstream' and Nationalist party members and supporters seem always to use them for personal attacks, ultimately leading to factionalism and bitter fights that need never have got so out of hand. Only four years ago, at one of the largest Red, White and Blue festivals, the current leader made his closing speech, and declared that we were now lined up for attack from outsiders and, potentially, from within. His closing speech rang so true, but were his words actually understood, or even remembered?

He continued saying in so many words that, if any of us had small, personal dislikes, or did not like this or that person, keep them quiet enough not to disrupt our political activities and, no matter what, do not allow them to turn into raging hateful disputes. He could have easily been addressing the Conservatives, Labour, or Lib/Dems. Sadly, his words now crash into our minds like lightning bolts. Thankfully, now the Conservatives have seen real treachery, whatever claims and counter claims are made about our current leadership, and our chances of political victory, we can at least see the value of Mr Griffin’s words, and also we can see that literally no other British political party is immune to troublesome, divisive and antagonistic schemes. Ultimately, even with all the battles we have faced, and continue to face, we will all come to realise, Tory, Labour, Liberals and Nationalists, that there is only one real choice... the British National Party.

Those wishing to create yet another political party, movement, or some such noisy internet irrelevance, can do so. Well-known people like Neil Hamilton are only too aware that UKIP is simply a safety valve, and that the apparent 'TOXIC BRAND' that is the Conservative Party in Scotland is only going to be replaced with another safety valve, or worse, a cuddly, pink version of the former outspoken Conservatives brave enough to voice the opinions of millions.

In Nationalist circles, we of course have much more to concern ourselves with. We have our next generation, our ancestors and our literal land to worry about. No amount of moaning and groaning about Mr Griffin 'letting us down' or the party becoming a 'TOXIC BRAND' can take away the hard fact that, until only last year, those now bemoaning all this 'horror' were right up there reaping the benefits of being part of this political minnow punching way about its weight. We need complete solidarity as a nation; after all, that's what Nationalism is all about.

If those who have not heeded the words of Mr Griffin at that Red, White and Blue festival, of around four or five years ago, are looking for another political or alternative outlet, then they were never really going to take the strain and stresses of the long haul. All one has to do is to look at the failings of political parties of the past to see the broken minds and bodies lying three deep. This includes the various cult Communist outfits who never got elected even in the era of social unrest and mass strikes. Splits, antagonists, state agents, and the mentally unstable, or those with hurt feelings for one reason or another, all fell by the wayside.

We are no different. Many of us, including those at the top of this party, have said in the past, they wish they'd never got into this game, and wondered what the hell they had let themselves and their loved ones in for. Without such fortitude, and without the hardheaded mentality required to see it through, we may never have even got this far. We are only as strong as each individual component, so please, let us remember the past, and let us take control of our current situation. The grip we have must be by many hands; too many letting go will see us in the same situation as The Scottish Conservatives, the Communist Party of Great Britain and all those other failed, worn-out and demoralised 'also rans'. We've already got the infrastructure, and we have proven we can win, let's keep it that way.

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