STRAW POLL

Readers may be interested that a poll will be published in the Daily Telegraph tommorrow with respect to the London Mayoral and Assembly elections due to be held next Thursday.

The poll was conducted by Survation, a member of the British Polling Council.

The most interesting feature of this poll are the findings with respect to voting intentions for the London Assembly top-up list vote. This is a proportional representation election where any party that gets over 5% will get one of their candidates elected.

The poll showed the following result:

Labour 32.6%
Conservative 28.4%
Liberal Democrats 9.6%
Green 8.1%
UKIP 7%
English Democrats 3.6%
BNP 3.2%
Others 7.5%

As we can see the English Democrats are out polling the BNP - albeit by a narrow margin. On this showing neither would get any candidates elected although with these figures UKIP would get two. I would be surprised if UKIP polled so strongly. I would also be surprised frankly if the combined BNP-ED vote was as high as 6.8%.

It is however interesting (and indeed amusing) to see that even though the English Democrats have spent a miniscule amount of money and channelled very little in terms of resources into the London elections, the EDs are above the BNP in the opinion polls even though the BNP has been bragging about how much it has spent (or wasted). Their 'truth truck' spends much of its time outside London, travelling around areas in Hertfordshire where the English Democrats are strong - no doubt as part of what they imagine is a campaign of one up-manship! When not in Hertfordshire it is parked up on the hard shoulder on the North Circular.  What a joke!

(N.B. Senior  BNP Adam Walker has just a text out calling fror activists to help in their campaign - again asking them to contact Mike Jones. Steve Squire-Mendoza has definately been frozen out and will be expelled from the BNP once they have lost and the election is out of the way.)

Of course this is just an opinion poll. The real votes will be counted next week. Nevertheless this opinion poll is yet another straw in the wind that indicates that once the English Democrats really start motoring ahead it can make great strides forward.

64 comments:

  1. Not looking too good for Squire according to the latest Evening Standard YouGov poll either.

    "Ukip candidate Steven Woolfe is on course to pick up a London-wide seat, and the BNP nothing."

    http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/politics/tories-vow-to-fight-on-as-labour-tipped-for-major-london-assembly-gains-7684807.html?origin=internalSearch

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  2. According to the UKIP Mayoral candidate Lawrence Webb 30% of the postal ballots in Goresbrook ward were rejected because the signatures didn't match up. I should imagine they were all Labour votes?

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  3. According to the latest Comres poll conducted between 23rd to 25th April, Carlos is bottom of the poll with just 1%
    (page 7), Griffin made a very serious error of judgement putting this man up for election, he is unpopular with the core White working-class voters.

    http://www.comres.co.uk/polls/Evening_Standard_London_Mayoral_VI_Apr25th.pdf

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  4. So that's 3 separate opinion polls showing the BNP doing very badly in London, very interesting indeed.

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  5. Turkish half Greek English Democrats.

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    1. I think you have problems with geography.

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    2. It turkish half mongolian English Democrats, Eddy tell this idiot!

      L Rustem

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    3. I would like to point out that Anonymous who posted at 01.36 is a wind up. I am Lawrence Rustem, and I would not post such a fu*ktard comment.

      Lawrence Rustem
      Dagenham.

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  6. Griffin and his Northern chums have a problem with their London geography, latest blunder on the BNP website, ha, ha, ha! The will have to buy a A to Z map

    "South West London – There will be a stall out in the morning and activities in the afternoon from 14.00. Meet at Ruislip Station for the afternoon activity."

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    1. Not only that but the contact for the Ruislip RV is MIke Jones,hard work for Mike because he is also the contact for the SE London activity in the morning.Also surprising that number 2 on the top up list and Ealing-Hillingdon organiser is not the contact for the Ruislip activity as he lives in Northolt which is just a 10 minute drive to Ruislip.This is what happens when the permanent chairman removes almost all the officers in a region,there just are not the replacements and this charade of a campaign,compared with the massive effort and mobilisation of 4 years ago, is like watching pygmies trying on the clothes of a dead giant.
      Key Player in the 2008 campaign

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    1. Going to write a blog all about you on this one are we Chris?

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  8. I'm surprised Squire never appeared in the political broadcast on telly last Monday.

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    1. I'm surprised they were so stupid as to have Adam Walker(not a Londoner) on at the end of the broadcast.After all ,he is banned from teaching and awaits his trial in July,a trial that may well see him behind bars.
      On the other hand , what was the alternative,there are so few members left in London,but they could have shown the comedy double act of Steve no Kneck Curry and Burt dirty old raincoat Clark.
      EX BNP OFFICER,LONDON

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    2. Even the discredited and disgraced remnant of London BNP found the vile truth about Squire too much to stomach,either he was out of the picture or they would not have continued with their inconsequential and pointless endeavours.
      Ex BNP Platform Speaker

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    3. Just for the record, Bert Clark actually has two raincoats, a dirty one and a really dirty one.

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  9. Still out stalking are we Eddy?

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  10. Enjoy the Star on Sunday Ed.

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  11. I shall be astonished if the Eng Dems do anywhere near so well as this poll is predicting, while I suspect that the BNP vote will fall to 3% or even below, after which (with any luck) it's all over for Gri££in

    My own guess is that UKIP will most certainly take one and quite possibly two seats on the GLA, while neither the BNP nor the Eng Dems will get close. UKIP are getting a fair amount of media coverage, and clearly have money to spend on posters. They'll be the main repository of the anti-establishment rightist protest vote in the capital.

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    1. Adrian, I think you may have got it about right, UKIP is seen as an alternative to EU-Conservatism, Money in the end is what really matters (ask Griffin) we cannot go on as we are borrowing billions to give away, even the most politically naive know our ruling class including the media are rotten to the core, not just rotten apples the whole orchard is rotten, we as a people aren't given to revolution but it cannot be far off.

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  12. the english democrats aren't 'strong' anywhere,what disciplinary measures have they taken out against you for fighting in the street ?.
    you're on thin ice,butler.wafer thin.
    personally i joined a REAL nationalist party,the national front,and not some silly bunch of civic nationalists in nice suits.
    the english democrats are nothing more than the personality cult of tilbrook just as the bnp is now nothing more than the church of nick.

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  13. I would like to point out that Anonymous who posted at 03.26pm that I am the real Lawrence Rustem, the other idiot is a fake.

    Lawrence Rustem
    Dagenham Organiser
    Eastern Mongolian Turkistian English Democrats

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    1. I know Lawrence, you are an ugly little sod, But I like you..

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    2. These petty racist remarks just expose the remaining Grifinite BNPers are the scum that they are. I am glad to publish them

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    3. They go on about Tommy Robinson because he is of Irish decent. It's like a parody of everything the left says about nationalists. Glad I am not pinning my hopes on such buffoons and wierdos anymore.

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  14. If you did your research properly Butler you'd know that Survation is the UKIP's front in the poll stakes. Their CEO is Damian Lyons Lowe who constantly tweets all things UKIP and persistently puts out favourable polls for the same.
    Link http://www.kentnews.co.uk/news/tories_warned_to_take_note_of_by_election_swing_1_1103407?ot=archant.PrintFriendlyPageLayout.ot
    Link: https://twitter.com/#!/DamianSurvation/status/189738162053070849

    Now why would they do that. Is it because the British National Party trounced UKIP in the last GLA?

    If you are relying on Survation for your results you are on a non starter. And to think you were once a BNP researcher? Fucks sake!

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    1. Graham Wakefield28 April 2012 at 13:26

      When did we start to take notice of these politically biased and corrupt polls?I detest Griffin but a BNP without him and his cohorts are the only real alternative.People have always been reluctant to admit that they are considering voting BNP and for that reason this poll needs to be taken with a great big "pinch of salt".

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    2. sometimes polls are 'accurate' by chance sometimes not it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings, end of !

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    3. Ian, you you read carefully, three seperate polls are mentioned, there must be some truth in their results.

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  15. Survation are notoriously bad at predictions so i wouldnt put too much importance on to their poll.All the polls put the BNP on 1 or 2% and the ED's dont even get a showing at all.To be honest most nationalist supporters dont like to tell pollsters who they are voting for. I expect the BNP to get about 4% at the most, but you never know, they were predicted to fail at the last GLA election also but got 1 seat. If anyone is under the delusion that Nick Griffin will step down if they fail is living in false hope

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  16. Dalai Lama warns Tibetan culture 'dying,' meets privately with Harper. April 27th


    OTTAWA — Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, said during a visit to Ottawa Friday that his people remain hopeful in the face of increasing oppression by Chinese authorities.


    "Don't feel hopeless or feel discouraged," he said. "The more suppression, the stronger the Tibetan spirit."


    Addressing a group of MPs and senators from around the world at the 6th World Parliamentarians' Convention on Tibet, he said Tibetan culture is at risk of cultural extinction at the hands of the Chinese.


    "In our own area, there are tremendous difficulties," he said. "The situation locally is one ancient nation, with very rich ancient cultural heritage, is actually dying."


    Nearly three dozen Tibetans have set themselves on fire in the last year as an act of protest against China, which has ruled Tibet for 60 years.


    The Dalai Lama's comments come at a time when Canada is striving to forge stronger economic ties with China, which has demonized the Dalai Lama as a separatist rebel — even comparing him to the Nazis.


    No official word was given as to whether Prime Minister Stephen Harper would meet the 76-year-old Buddhist monk until Friday morning. After his speech to the convention, the Dalai Lama was brought to the Prime Minister's Office for a "private courtesy meeting" with Harper.


    In 2006, the federal Conservative government angered the Communist regime by awarding the exiled spiritual leader honorary Canadian citizenship.


    When Harper and the Dalai Lama met in 2007, the Chinese Embassy warned Canada to "stop interfering with China's internal affairs."


    Two years later, Harper chose not to meet with the Nobel Peace Prize winner while he was visiting Canada. Later in 2009, the prime minister received an invitation to Beijing.


    Immigration Minister Jason Kenney, speaking at the convention, said Canada continues to encourage Chinese authorities to resume direct talks with the Dalai Lama, who lives in exile in Dharamsala, India.


    "Kundun, we are delighted to have you back," Kenney said, using the name Tibetans often call him by, which means The Presence.


    He said the government has responded to the Dalai Lama's request to allow 1,000 Tibetans to immigrate to Canada.


    Senior members of Tibet's government in exile also visited, and said China should take heed of Canada's federalist model that allows Quebec and Nunavut a degree of autonomy.

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  17. Tibet continued....

    "There are many lessons to be learned from Canada by China about multiculturalism, trusting each other and living peacefully," said Tibet's parliamentary speaker, Penpa Tsering.


    The Dalai Lama said China is sowing the seeds of dissent by oppressing ethnic minorities, evidenced by the increasing ethnic unrest in the Chinese province of Xinjiang and the Chinese autonomous region of Inner Mongolia.


    "This sends a clear signal to the Chinese authorities that their system . . . is unrealistic and will not bring unity or stability," he said.


    The Dalai Lama held a private audience with members of the Parliamentary Friends of Tibet, a cross-partisan group of Canada's politicians.


    "There was a good all-party representation," said Liberal MP Irwin Cotler. "That's important because it reflects the fact that the Dalai Lama represents one of the great just causes of our time."


    NDP leader Thomas Mulcair said the Dalai Lama had nothing but good things to say about Canada.


    "He was quite complimentary about Canada's democratic and human rights record and he wanted us to continue to be a model for the world," he said.


    Hollywood star Richard Gere, a longtime activist on Tibet, said he noticed Canada's support for Tibet has weakened in recent years.


    "I see there is a slight pulling back, shall I call it that maybe, of the kind of support Tibetans have felt (from) Canada, and I would hate to see that happen," he said.


    Gere criticized Harper for holding his meeting with the Dalai Lama behind closed doors.


    "The positive thing is he met him," said Gere. "The less positive thing is that it wasn't public."


    Tory MP Rob Anders also chastised Harper for not receiving the Dalai Lama publicly, and making a more fulsome display of solidarity.


    "Do I wish it were in a public format? Yes," he said. "Do I think we need to aid our allies more than we do? Yes."


    Anders said he doubted Harper would receive the Dalai Lama at all, given the intensity of Chinese diplomatic pressure to distance himself from the Tibetan.


    "Early on, we didn't think there was going to be a meeting at all," he said. "I think the PM wants to put a good face forward to China with regards to a potential pipeline for selling them oil."


    Gere also warned the Harper government not to abandon its commitment to the Dalai Lama in pursuit of China's growing wealth.


    "Change will come to China; the only question is when," he said. "If you want to sell the food, machines, even oil and gas — this isn't an issue, but they don't own your thoughts, your moral backbone."

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  18. Migration into Tibet (From 'Free Tibet' website.




    “It is clear to all the Tibetans that there has been a huge increase in the number of Chinese, especially after the completion of railway. In the early years, during the winter there it was common for the number of Chinese in Tibet to be reduced, but the winter of 2006, it was the opposite. The number of Chinese actually increased.”



    Before the Chinese occupation of Tibet in 1950 only a few Chinese lived in what now constitutes the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR), and only a small amount lived in Tibet’s eastern regions. This has now changed completely, with Chinese migrants outnumbering Tibetans in certain areas. The exact amount of Chinese presence is Tibet is unknown as there is no credible data available. The fact that lot of the Chinese migrants reside in Tibet only temporarily and without a legal registration makes it hard to estimate their real numbers.

    The immigration of Han Chinese into Tibet falls into two categories: involuntary and economic. Most of the Chinese who have been sent to Tibet by the government are officials and technical experts. The economic migrants are predominantly the retail and service traders, construction workers and miners.

    Economic migration into Tibet results from a combination of massive economic reforms in China - which have created a large floating population of surplus labour - and economic incentives and opportunities in Tibet such as higher wages, tax incentives, allowances and better housing.

    The increased exploitation of Tibet's rich mineral resources made possible after the opening of the railway is also accelerating worker migration, both authorised and unauthorised.

    There is no doubt that the rapid development taking place in Tibet is benefiting the migrant population far more than Tibetans, who are sidelined in the work place. Chinese migrants are in favour of job opportunities, and most road constructions or mining jobs go to the Chinese resulting in high unemployment rates among Tibetans.

    Most restaurant and shops are Chinese-owned now, and even jobs held traditionally by Tibetans such as the antique business are now increasingly in Chinese hands. The ever increasing influx of Chinese also threatens the survival of Tibetan language and culture. Currently there are 200,000 Chinese and 100,000 Tibetans living in Lhasa, Tibet’s capital. Tourists expecting a mysterious and unique town are shocked to find a Chinese-looking city with karaoke bars and Chinese-style buildings.

    The Han influx could result in Tibetans becoming a minority in their own land and is seen by Tibetans as the greatest threat to the survival of Tibetan culture and identity. The Dalai Lama says this policy of ‘demographic aggression’ has led to ‘cultural genocide’ in Tibet. The population of Lhasa, Tibet’s capital, has grown six fold since the Chinese occupation and currently two thirds of its citizens are Chinese. The new railway line facilities an ever growing number of tourists as well as Chinese settlers into Tibet. China encourages Han settlement by offering various favourable conditions for migrants such as tax incentives. As more and more Han Chinese migrate to Tibet the imbalance will continue to exist and be exacerbated. The Chinese authorities have imposed their one-child policy on all Tibetan government workers. For city-dwelling Tibetans who do not hold government jobs, there is a strict limit of two children. (Nomads are currently allowed to have three children.)"

    Why do the left champion Tibetan nationalism but depise English nationalism?

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    1. Its simple really,great propaganda, Tibetans are over there, we can do nothing for the Tibetans, English Nationalism is a bulwark against the unholy alliance of Corporate Fascism and Common Purpose,, both are on the "to be" devoured Islamic menu when ready.

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  19. These polling figures do not surprise me. The EDs have had some reasonable publicity on TV and the idea may be forming that the EDs is the right kind of party for those concerned to vote for an alternative-right-nationalist party. UKIP is, again, winning by default and by having Farage. He's their ace in the hole and does UKIP all sorts of good. The rest of the party is a complete joke (personal experience) and does very little if any local activist work. (There are patches of activity in the strangest of places - rura Cornwall, Cambridgeshire etc).

    The poll suggests massive potential for the EDs because it is a detoxified and moderate alternative that people would vote for whereas they'd turn their back on the joke that the BNP has become.

    Despite the talk of the supposed good old days of 2004-2008 for the BNP it peaked at 1 million votes whereas the FN under Marine le Pen, with an emphasis on detoxification and a moderate attitude, has over 6 million votes - with no chance of winning! We could do the same and the constituency is there for the taking.

    So we need to forget the BNP completely and totally, adopt a Year Zero approach and get the EDs moving. I can say that many former BNP and UKIP people are interested in the EDs as are several Christian type activists, anti-Islamists, people who've realised that the EDL is a busted flush and others.

    After this round of elections I predict another 500-1000 members within the next year.....

    Ann C

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    1. Carry on taking the meds Ann C, by God you need em.

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  20. Lawrence Rustem
    Dagenham Organiser
    Eastern Mongolian Turkistian English Democrats

    You are a fake and a coward. I am the real Rustem and Eddy Knows it.

    Lawrence Rustem
    Dagenham
    Ex BNP Cllr, now proud English Democrat member and activist.

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  21. If UKIP are to have what could be described as a "Breakthrough" then I think that will finally put the BNP out of the election business and most probably out of business all together.

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    1. UKIP prevent all nationalist parties from progressing, including the ED's. They are a state safety valve. If the UKIP disappeared then who would their supporters vote for, some would vote Tory but many would vote BNP, ED's and the like

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  22. Who is the BNP Fucktard pretending to me I bet you haven't got the balls to give your real name, I will get my big hairy mongolian mama to hit you on the head with her pitta breads.

    Lawrence Rustem

    Proud the be YMCA Mongolian turk afganistianian English Democrats

    Please delete the other fake thank you Eddy.

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    1. You Griff-turds are really going beyond the pale now. I ain't a 'Mongolian turk afganistianian English Democrat.' I am half Turkish,English and proud of it you fu%kturd.
      Eddy please keep the fu%kturds comments up so that people can see just what these Griff-turds are all about.

      Lawrence Rustem.
      Proud Turkish,English member of the English Democrats.

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    2. You really are sad - I suppose you think you are showing Lawrence up or being amusing and sending this blog up. You are just making your failed and sordid organisation look like what it is.

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    3. Eddy Butler - arrested for brawling in the street! You really are sad.

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  23. Like the song said '' You can go you're own way.'' Haha!

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  24. I am going to tell my big brother Gonzo Rustum, what you Gri££loyalists are saying to me......boooohoooo

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  25. Eddy, PLEASE don't let this blog become like the one run by the GA from Wales (who is now money begging in the best Gri££n style BTW).

    I appreciate NOT having to read and sift through foul language (however disguised), rants of idiots and yet another conspiracy theory with links to all the 'facts' supporting it. Jokes of course are another matter...

    Your blog is the only one I've found with even a modicum of common sense and decency. Please keep it this way.

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    1. I'll second that! British Resistance is like something from 'One Flew Over the Cookoo's Nest'. It's also quite amusing that now they have given up on politics, Britain First, Jim Dowson/ Green Arrow are retreating further into a world of fantasy, conspiracy theory and language which would make the NF blush.

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  26. The main reason they wanted stamps was there are hardly any activists left in the party and this is the only way of getting out election material, what fools they are!

    'Clive Jefferson, National Elections Officer, told BNP news:'

    “The stamp appeal this year has been a huge success story, one of many such innovations we have implemented this year. "

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  27. I must admit Eddie, being one of your supporters I do like how you let things through onto this page, however, It really is proving what a bunch of muppets you really are.

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  28. Is it true you have split from CD?

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  29. Anyone who believes that the BNP campaign has been worthy is deluding themselves.True, the material in the election booklets for London and Liverpool was pretty good but such agitprop needs to be supported by activism of the most effective kind; and it isn't. Note that the same few, the handful of people are listed as leading "canvassing" when, in fact, it's actually desperate last-minute leafletting.

    Problem is, everywhere anypne looks all they can see of the BNP (and NF) is either/or weirdos, losers, thugs, criminals, fantasists and ego-trippers.

    All the best people have left the BNP sick of the lies, the manipulation, the incompetence and inability to see a charlatan when HE is on the make.

    I also find that many former BNP activists were uncomfortable with the BNP's origins in neo-fascism and have, happily, joined the EDs.

    I predict some great ED results next week!!!!

    Ann - former BNP organiser

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    1. Keep taking the meds Ann C.

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  30. Anne C –I was very interested in your post which makes some very good points :
    Obviously adopting a ‘year zero’ approach for the Eds is the way forward, and completely forgetting the BNP.
    There has to be a fundamental goal for the Eds, and that is getting as many votes as possible.
    You are quite right in suggesting that the potential votes for the Eds lie far outside the traditional Nationalists, yet people here seem stuck in a little pool of nabbing voters from an incestuous group of pre-convinced Nationalists. Why ?
    Marine Le Pen’s success is surely down to convincing ordinary people, who would never have voted for her Father, to vote for her.
    Of course it’s partly to do with personality and image (I note her refreshing non-political correctness in laughing off Jean-Marie’s potentially damaging joke about NS -Nicholas Sarkozy- and National Socialism and Nuremburg rallies. Marine Le Pen comes over as someone down to earth and not artificial).
    To the person that suggested that the Eds were a ‘personality cult’ built on Robin Tilbrook. Well, yes. He is a strength, as well as the Manifesto. And that’s what the Eds should be selling. They shouldn’t rely on a bunch of shaven heads sticking leaflets through doors. It is ‘scary’ to ordinary people.
    They should get ordinary looking people to network and doorstep. That means training people –( in the same way as you would do simulated interviews for people looking for jobs, or knowing every in and out of an historical monument in order to answer any potential question, as a guide). You need to hand people confidence, and put confidence in them, to get over a message to convince voters.
    That message needs to be ‘positive’ and the BNP never mentioned, nor the UKIP. People like Donna Treanor or Claudia Dalgleish et al should be kept 1,000,000 years away from it all. I don’t look down on ordinary people, and they are not that stupid –they have seen enough alternative comedians to see through two-bit spin on corruption and sleazey people. Bury that crap and move forward. Positivism is the way onwards.
    I think that not only the ‘brand name’ of the BNP + the physical image are toxic, but even the word ‘Nationalist’ (thanks to the BNP) is toxic now. ‘Patriot’ is very good – in the year of the Jubilee and the Olympics ‘Patriotism’ is a good word to appeal to voters.
    If you are serious about the Eds, then forget BNP morons…

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    1. Excuse me, but my husband spent years putting leaflets through doors, even when he wasn't bald. There were a great many people putting leaflets through doors who were the very epitomy of respectability, some of whom just happened to be follicly challenged. It was Nick Griffin's stupidity & greed that ruined all that. We had 'positivism', bucketloads of it.
      It won't matter what name you give anything, all you need is one egomaniac who can undo all the good work put in by thousands of people, whether middle class or working class.

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    2. I agree we need activists once elected to office trained on the duties they will preform at council level . If you have local candidates standing in the area they live they should have enough local knowledge of what's happening locally to canvass confidently. Its difficult to train candidates for door knocking , It either comes naturally or your not cut out for it . Best to always separate your canvassing and leafleting teams .
      Hopefully our candidates are addressing the every day concerns of there voters in the forth coming elections and fingers crossed we get some of our people elected .

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    3. You are on the right path, but I must correct you,, your so called ordinary people are that stupid or even worse,if they were not we would be out of Europe not have millions of immigrants with mini-states within the state, we do not have a common bonds now, British tolerance has been a disaster, Blair should have been sent to the Hague and his Cabinet prosecuted for Treason, we cant dump a terrorist out of Britain but send Cris Tapping to the US. You do not cry out for Justice for the English, just endless platitudes and by the way how many leaflets has dear Robin put through letter boxes, being savaged by a dead sheep comes to mind.

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  31. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=p4YxrmStB8E#! ;)

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  32. Breaking News: Tottenham Court Road bomber siege man Michael Green was a BNP Parliamentary candidate in 2010 in Sevenage.

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  33. Mo -I was not talking about people who are 'follicaly challanged' -I am perfectly certain that they are as potentially attractive as the rest of the population.

    I mean't that Mrs Bloggs looking out of her window and seeing a skinhead will make pre-judgements before reading literature.

    People might not open doors because they are afraid of stereotypes.

    Image counts. Why preach only to the already converted ?

    Steve :
    It is not difficult to train people for door knocking. OK for people for whom it comes naturally...the others need simulated situations with random questions fired from a friendly group. When people are confident that they can deal with answering all sorts of questions on concrete issues, in a 'safe' situation, then they are just as confident at going out to talk to strangers -in '2's at first, if need be.
    Just everybody is 'cut out for it' with help. It needs to be stressed. Extroverts are not always the most effective people -Mrs Bloggs might feel more comfortable talking with a quiet Introvert in her home.

    MO again -'Positivism' is an over-used word because it's a good word. What would you suggest in its place ? The words need to be put into practise.

    Forget NG..He's very old boring news...

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  34. I've just done a non stop 8 hour leafleting sesion for the English Democrats. The leaflet was great with 'English And Proud' across the front along with the flag. Good policies chosen to highlight inside the leaflet (crime, immigration, EU etc) by our local candidate. Its great to be active again for the first time in 2 years with a party I can have confidence in.

    Manxman

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  35. Butlet you self serving traitours swine you even had the gaull to run down Clive Jefferson who has mor gut in his l;ittle toe than you could ever have in your bald head


    How obout showing some guts and getting out on the streeta and doing somthing No 1 exposing Muslim perverts. How many votes did you get 64, Butker you are a polirical clown/

    Walter Barfoot

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  36. ENGLISH dEMS GEROUT ON THR STREETS AND HELP SAVE BRITAIN
    AS THE BNP

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