BNP: Turkey Lies

Simon ' Eyebrow' Darby is adamant.

  • The demand by the Muslim country of Turkey for the withdrawal of British National Party leaflets objecting to that nation’s inclusion into the European Union is proof that the BNP’s position on the matter is correct, Nick Griffin has said.
If ever you needed proof of the ignorance and bigotry of the BNP, then here it is.

Apparently, the BNP site is having hiccups. Pity. I'm all in favour of them showing themselves to be the racists they are. That is why BNP command told the lowly fascists and candidates to ditch their accounts.

20 comments:

Nick Kiddle said...

So if you talk shit about someone, and it winds them up, that proves the shit you were talking is true? Must remember that one the next time the BNP get annoyed at being called fascists...

Anonymous said...

This is a very silly blog site.

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eric the fish said...

The Anon arsehole from Brighton has been deleted. He posted 47 Holocaust denial bits on ONE piece from 22nd Jan 2008!

The authorities have been informed (as BNP would say) so Mr Brighton should be ever so careful.

Homovulgaris said...

A stack of old wire spectacles 1000ft high with broken mobile phones mixed in, crowned with 10 tons of empty Budwieser cans and George Galloway in his Big Brother leotard perched on the top with a microphone, does not a holocaust make. Feel free to inform who ever turns you on, you ghoul.

Homovulgaris said...

http://www.namastepublishing.co.uk/Tribute%20to%20Elisabeth%20Beckett.htm

eric the fish said...

Elizabeth sounds like the kind of loon old Lee Barnes would be interested in.
BNP scum: always lying; always denying.

Homovulgaris said...

Give evidence for your argument instead of acting like Judge Jeffereys accusing and denouncing everyone of being a heritic. You drunken old turd twister, because people dare disagree with your hollywood version of events.

My legal team Ginsberg, Goldberg, Silverberg and O'Reilly can be contacted at The Arcade, 12 The Promenade, Brighton, Sussex. (Up The Seagulls)

Homovulgaris said...

Ukraine accuses Moscow of genocide over 1932 famine that killed millions

Date: 27 May 2009
By Matthew Day
BITTER enmity between Ukraine and Russia could be rekindled after the Kiev authorities launched a criminal investigation into a devastating famine that claimed millions of lives, stating it was an act of genocide orchestrated by Moscow.

More than 70 years since the famine struck Ukraine, which was then part of the Soviet Union, the country's prosecution service believes it has enough evidence to begin criminal proceedings.

A statement issued by Ukraine's security service, said that through murder, the forcible collectivisation of agriculture, dispossession, deportation and confiscation, the Soviet authorities had "aimed at organising hunger to kill the Ukrainian people as an ethnic group".

It went on: "The Stalinist regime wanted to create living conditions that would result in the total physical elimination of ethnic Ukrainians."

Although estimates of how many people died in what Ukrainians call the Holodomor, which ravaged the nation in 1932 and 1933, conservative estimates have put the death toll at more than seven million.

Ukraine has long maintained that Stalin wanted to wipe out the Ukrainian people, because of their questionable loyalty to the Soviet Union and their stubborn adherence to age-old farming practices that stood in his way of the plan to destroy private agriculture.

In the early 1930s, Stalin launched a brutal campaign of collectivisation and requisition across Ukraine that few historians dispute turned a natural famine into a human tragedy of massive proportions. Eye-witness accounts from the time speak of whole villages being obliterated by starvation and disease, and people resorting to cannibalism to stay alive. Often, the authorities prevented survivors fleeing the famine-stricken regions in fear that if news got out, it would damage the credibility of Stalin's regime and policies.

The Ukrainian government has waged a long campaign in the international arena to have the famine classified as genocide, while some Ukrainian nationalists argue that Russia, as the successor to the Soviet Union, should now be held responsible.

However, the Russian government disputes the genocide claim, pointing out that famine and starvation struck other regions of the Soviet Union at the same time. It also argues that so far no evidence, such as a paper trail, clearly stating that the Kremlin wished to starve Ukraine has ever come to light.

With Ukraine and Russia at odds over links to the West and energy, Kiev's genocide claims have assumed a political dimension. Some in Russia consider Ukraine's willingness to open old wounds as evidence of its determination to antagonise Moscow and seek sympathy in the West.

Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian president, has charged Ukraine's pro-western president, Viktor Yushchenko with exploiting the famine for "instantaneous political goals", while General Vasily Khristoforov, head of the registration and archives department at Russia's federal security service, dismissed the Holodomor as a "Ukrainian invention".

Ukraine's decision to push ahead with a criminal investigation could fall under the scrutiny of a new Russian commission, appointed by Mr Medvedev last week and charged with guarding against "the falsification of history at the expense of Russian interests".

But opposition to the inquiry also comes from within Ukraine, with some politicians questioning the sense of investigating events of 70-plus years ago.

"From the legal point of view, what the security service is doing is absurd," said Gennady Moskal, a member of parliament. "Who will criminal charges be brought against? Maybe against a cemetery? Who can be brought to justice? If a person was 18 years old in 1933, then how old are they now when criminal proceedings are beginning?"

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eric the fish said...

Merely providing links to websites without comment or explanation is contrary to good netiquette so they have been zapped. For anyone interested, one was about Germans denying the Holocaust.

If you want to spout shit, gey your own blog. 47 comments on one post(merely cut and paste jobs) makes you look like a complete fanatic.

Is this the best the BNP can muster?

Homovulgaris said...

Eric The Fish said...
Merely providing links to websites without comment or explanation is
contrary to good netiquette..........

Does this mean you have never bothered to read them(wink) you naughty old duffer. An interesting observation is that you have not once condemed the thieving Swine of LabLibCon. Thats ok I can take a hint I shall not provide any more input to this blog. By the way who sets your script Tariq Ali another failed socialist and closet hetrosexual I am realible informed by an ageing slut I used to play pool with and go on the occassional demo with in Hornsey.

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Homovulgaris said...

Spoilt for choice, loads more Goulish holocausts deeds but the difference being these are for real unlike your hollywood propaganda. There are lots more holocausts, I know you love them. Lets not forget the Turkish involvement in the Armenian holocuast (we know who the Young Turks were dont we) wink wink. I see your version of events is the Hollywood propaganda, of course this is rapidly falling apart as propaganda always does. Will you be denying these other monstrous acts of mass murder in order to promote your tinsel town propaganda. Thats the reason you and your little group dare not debate. Just look at yourself eating and sleeping lies. Now thats what I call a zealot or masochist in your case. I suggest you start being honest with youself and stop being selective when it comes to holocausts.

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eric the fish said...

As I've said before, merely using Ctrl C+ Ctrl V does not a debate make. This is not a forum for you to spam with Holocaust stories. We can find enough conspiracy theories out there already.
Why not post them on your own blog?
You do the same on the Merseyside BNP site. It shows you have too much time on your hands.