Dropping the “National” bit was a good idea, but I was kind of enjoying the idea of embracing a faux-pas term like that, to detoxify it.
I guess it makes it easier in the end.]]>
This policy that they have about ex BNP (etc) members just confirms that they’re not to be trusted as it shows them as all too comfortable pandering to the PC crowd. At the end of the day it’s pointless because nobody on the left is going to give them an ounce of credit for it. Did their policy stop the Guardian from publishing the (erroneous) accusation that one of the UKIP candidates was former BNP? Of course not. Did it stop the “Conservatives” from calling them a bunch of racist clowns? Nope.]]>
You’re complaining that some people think their race is less superior to their own and that this is somehow not right, well, it’s normal. Deal with it and stop moralising and judging, especially when you complain others are unfair for moralising and judging you!]]>
Consider this constructive criticism.
When the BNP was doing well you were all about the BNP. Now, that UKIP is the new leader in the “protest vote” you have disavowed yourself from the BNP and are angry that UKIP won’t have you.
Perhaps you should have exited the BNP at a less opportune time and gave good reason that the leadership has become a self-destructive tyranny. And, later expressed desire to join UKIP; and, meanwhile poking at UKIP’s non-inclusive policies that are very much a leash on their ultimate success.
I really do like the concept of National Culturalism. It shows solidarity and support of all peoples the world over. But, you really need to be more tactful in your desires to be a political figure.
Good luck in your pursuits.]]>