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British National Party - Right to Reply

RIGHT TO REPLY IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO VOICE OPINIONS IN RESPONSE TO THE THEME OF EACH MONTH'S EDITORIAL.

Simon Darby is the Deputy Leader of the British National Party, the most prominent far-right political party in the United Kingdom. According to  its constitution, the BNP "stands for the preservation of the national and ethnic character of the British people and is wholly opposed to any form of racial integration between British and non-European peoples."

Although not taking any pleasure in being proved right about the inevitable failure of multiculturalism, the recent announcement by the high priestess of political correctness, Ruth Kelly, at least offers us all a chance to see how on earth we managed to get into this mess in the first place.

Labour at last have had to accept the stone cold reality that, try as they might, people prefer to be amongst their own kind. You can see this reflected demographically across the major cities of Britain and, after years of fantasy and denial, the reality is that all enforced diversity has done is contribute towards the Balkanisation of Britain.

From a white person's point of view, after years of being sold a dream about harmony and cohesion, the reality of having to pay for the destruction of our way of life whilst slowly being replaced in our own country seems to be rapidly sinking in. I often think if New Labour were to advocate a similar process of social engineering on the people of the West Indies or Pakistan, then what would be the reaction of this country's most dedicated of multiculturalists?
Hats off to Labour though and the Conservatives too, to trick a people into celebrating their own erradication is by no means a small feat, but the big question is, what do we do now?

In the real world, of course, those responsible for inflicting an ideology upon us that has been exposed as a sham would resign instantly. Long suffering tax payers, having been sold a pup, would be seeking a refund and generations of children indoctrinated with multicultural nonsense would be seeking corrective therapy. Unfortunately, however, we do not live in the real world; we live under a Labour Government and consequently, an almost fanatical regime of liberalism and social engineering.

Those thinking that the abolishment of the Commission for Racial Equality and the creation of the Commission on Integration and Cohesion heralds the arrival of a new way of thinking are thus sadly mistaken. In fact, it represents a ratchetting up of the whole process of enforced diversity albeit without the former social and ethical justification of the religion of multiculturalism. New Labour and its army of professional multiracialists have come too far to turn back now and will continue to genomander the population in a desperate and diabolical bid to stay in power. The very same party established to defend the rights of white working class people will now embark on the naked, genetic modification of their grandchildren under the cloak of the two new buzz words of integration and cohesion. However, it's not going to end there. You see New Labour's integration roadmap doesn't just lead to the inner cities; it leads to the shires and the soft underbelly of the middle classes too. It was reported that the best night's sleep Churchill ever experienced during WWII was after hearing of the attack on the US fleet at Pearl Harbour. He knew at once that the subsequent involvement of the United States into the theatre of war meant that in the long term Britain could not lose. With the unveiling of New Labour's new V weapon, in the form of Ruth Kelly's industrial strength, Commission on Integration and Cohesion, I am beginning to understand how the old boy felt.

Simon Darby
BNP Deputy Leader

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