Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Fear the Light

The problem for the ruling political class with the BNP is not their policies, but the fact that the BNP lays bare their moral and philosophical poverty, and indeed criminal levels of corruption and anti-democratic impulses.

And apparently, I'm not the only one to have noted this.

Dr. Sean Gabb is a writer, academic, broadcaster and Director of the Libertarian Alliance in England.

The party believes in the expulsion of illegal immigrants, an in some voluntary repatriation of non-whites who are legally here, and in dismantling the Equal Opportunities police state from which people like Mr Wadham benefit. Other than this, a BNP Government might easily show more respect for the forms of a liberal constitution than have the Labour governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown—after all, this would not be difficult.

If I can have no longing for a BNP breakthrough at the next but one general election, neither can I regard the legal proceedings against it as other than a classic illustration of how to run a post-modern tyranny.

The British State has no Gestapo, no KGB. But why would it need one when it has the Equality and Human Rights Commission?

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