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fluffybiscuits
17-10-2012, 12:33 PM
http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2012/oct/16/bnp-andrew-brons-resigns-mep

Guardian reporting on the fall of the BNP today. In its article, one of the MEP's Andrew Brons has quit over the accusation that Nick Griffin has left the party and the rumour mill is abound with rumours that he is going to form his own party. This will be interesting to see as this could have a positive effect and split the vote and thereby the two cancel each other out with neither winning a majority in any election or by election. Its alleged that 90% of the party have left in either what can be described as an awakening of sorts and people put aside their hatred or they are going to go down another avenue.

More about Andrew Brons here

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Brons

A strike against the far right, rejoice!

jmcc
17-10-2012, 01:27 PM
That's the funny thing about Lefties, Fluffy,
While they are busy concentrating on the Far Right, the Centre Right makes all the unquestioned and unseen moves. :)

Regards...jmcc

Captain Con O'Sullivan
17-10-2012, 01:40 PM
Jayze I hope Nick Griffin goes the full hog and declares for aryanist purity. Ever seen him up close? He looks like he was designed by Picasso.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_XCJ62cJhAPU/S-skBMlNrqI/AAAAAAAAHHA/o0hxD-qyrcY/s1600/a-message-from-nick-griffin.jpg


http://iitcareerplus.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/000bb63a1.jpeg

fluffybiscuits
17-10-2012, 02:57 PM
That's the funny thing about Lefties, Fluffy,
While they are busy concentrating on the Far Right, the Centre Right makes all the unquestioned and unseen moves. :)

Regards...jmcc

Or in the case of Ireland the left of centre nad right of centre all become fairly far right!

fluffybiscuits
17-10-2012, 03:37 PM
That's the funny thing about Lefties, Fluffy,
While they are busy concentrating on the Far Right, the Centre Right makes all the unquestioned and unseen moves. :)

Regards...jmcc


Jayze I hope Nick Griffin goes the full hog and declares for aryanist purity. Ever seen him up close? He looks like he was designed by Picasso.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_XCJ62cJhAPU/S-skBMlNrqI/AAAAAAAAHHA/o0hxD-qyrcY/s1600/a-message-from-nick-griffin.jpg


http://iitcareerplus.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/000bb63a1.jpeg


Your artwork is proving popular on twitter Capn ! :D

https://twitter.com/NemesisREPUBLIC

5intheface
17-10-2012, 05:35 PM
Jayze I hope Nick Griffin goes the full hog and declares for aryanist purity. Ever seen him up close? He looks like he was designed by Picasso.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_XCJ62cJhAPU/S-skBMlNrqI/AAAAAAAAHHA/o0hxD-qyrcY/s1600/a-message-from-nick-griffin.jpg

I think the medical term is 'Corneus Corruptus' in lay man's terms, 'Evil-eye Syndrome'.

fluffybiscuits
17-10-2012, 08:34 PM
I think the medical term is 'Corneus Corruptus' in lay man's terms, 'Evil-eye Syndrome'.

Lot of people coming to the defence on twitter, I had one tied up in knots this afternoon...oh what a way to spend an afternoon :D

Baron von Biffo
17-10-2012, 08:56 PM
PWs UKIP fan will be happy to see their rivals take a hit.

Captain Con O'Sullivan
18-10-2012, 08:34 AM
How did it end up on Twitter? I have never Twatted.

fluffybiscuits
18-10-2012, 10:58 PM
Seems Griffin has got himself into further trouble. In a recent ruling a gay couple who won a case against a B n B who had refused them a room to share as they were gay were given three and a half grand compensation. Nick Griffin released the details of the couple on to twitter. This might be the final nail in the coffin for the BNP and hopefully for Nick Griffin

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2012/oct/18/bnp-nick-griffin-address-gay-couple

Apjp
18-10-2012, 11:04 PM
I don't understand this obsession with Nick Griffin. We are a colony of an authoritarian empire which is increasingly encroaching our lives since the Maastricht treaty. In any case, he'd hardly be likely to invade southern Ireland even if he somehow replaced Davy C in a few years, given it was the only thing we ever bothered resisting. You don't need classical fascism when you have the EU.

Mind you the disturbing revelation from Donelly today from the troika that the Irish govt. and not the ECB was the one to insist on us paying ALL unsecured European bank debts was proof enough that our own elites are oppressing us without the ready assistance which can be called upon anytime from our three overlords.

fluffybiscuits
19-10-2012, 12:06 AM
I don't understand this obsession with Nick Griffin. We are a colony of an authoritarian empire which is increasingly encroaching our lives since the Maastricht treaty. In any case, he'd hardly be likely to invade southern Ireland even if he somehow replaced Davy C in a few years, given it was the only thing we ever bothered resisting. You don't need classical fascism when you have the EU.

Mind you the disturbing revelation from Donelly today from the troika that the Irish govt. and not the ECB was the one to insist on us paying ALL unsecured European bank debts was proof enough that our own elites are oppressing us without the ready assistance which can be called upon anytime from our three overlords.

The far right in Europe pose a threat to the stability of Europe . Imagine a scenario where Fn get into power in France, the True Finns, BNP and their cronies across Europe we would suffer a set back! Part of my insecurities are attached to the idea that there is going to be an resurgence of the far right and when they do I want to know who they are and how to bring them down!

Apjp
19-10-2012, 12:13 AM
The far right in Europe pose a threat to the stability of Europe . Imagine a scenario where Fn get into power in France, the True Finns, BNP and their cronies across Europe we would suffer a set back! Part of my insecurities are attached to the idea that there is going to be an resurgence of the far right and when they do I want to know who they are and how to bring them down!

Fluffy. Ireland is a colony. We are already a client state of a fascist empire. What part of that don't you get? Surely we have more pressing issues such as how to regain our sovereignty and our freedom from the current fascist regime? We can worry about the others after that. This is what has been pushing me more towards republicanism than international socialism for a while-the latter focuses too much on secondary issues like the far right and misses whats staring them in the face. The nonsensical view of the ULA that we stay in the EU or the euro for example when there is an increasing vaccuum for seccessionism within Ireland.

fluffybiscuits
19-10-2012, 12:16 AM
Fluffy. Ireland is a colony. We are already a client state of a fascist empire. What part of that don't you get? Surely we have more pressing issues such as how to regain our sovereignty and our freedom from the current fascist regime? We can worry about the others after that.

Im with you all the way Apjp on your issues but the far right are sneaky bastards. Perhaps again this is my own insecurities coming through, its become a bit of an obsessive hobby but we are all fighting on the same side a chara! Besides tis better to believe in something than nothing as those that believe in nothing will believe anything which is the majority of the Irish people!

Apjp
19-10-2012, 12:18 AM
Besides you point at the fascists threatening the stability of europe. Europe is run by fascists and it is anything but stable.

fluffybiscuits
19-10-2012, 12:22 AM
Besides you point at the fascists threatening the stability of europe. Europe is run by fascists and it is anything but stable.

The ULA recognises that and seeks to bring about change . There is a lot of hassle if we are to rip out the alternative structures and put in place a new currency and withdraw from the EU. Do we lose freedom of movement or become a member of the EEA? We use the current structure that is there and use the threat of crashing teh Euro to get our best deal. The bank debt should have been federalised anyways...apparently though it was found to be illegal...

Apjp
19-10-2012, 12:22 AM
Im with you all the way Apjp on your issues but the far right are sneaky bastards. Perhaps again this is my own insecurities coming through, its become a bit of an obsessive hobby but we are all fighting on the same side a chara! Besides tis better to believe in something than nothing as those that believe in nothing will believe anything which is the majority of the Irish people!

Be that as it may, 40% voted against the fiscalpakt. 40% of Irish people have consistently said in polls that they support SF or ULA/others. We need to go back to the original Irish way of looking at world affairs, one of the few positives from the Irish mentality. We need to think of everything in relevance to ourselves and how we might influence it. I would be confident that in 5-10 years, perhaps less, there will be an increasing demand for the taking back of sovereignty, even if a majority as you say remain gullible. When last I saw there was no Nick Griffin on our doorstep, and Declan Ganley despite all his pals promoting him, still has not been elected nor has anyone like him. Bringing down the current govt. and burying Labour in the next elections as well as stemming the cute hoorism that FF is trying to get away with in opposition should be the priority of all those who want to effect some sort of small change in the not too distant future.

Even if your worst nightmare came to pass, do you really think a sovereign Ireland would get involved in another European war to fight the fascists? A significant number of People here might be very gullible, but there is a growing minority of about 35-40% who seem to have woken up and it is this group and the diaspora on which change depends. A leftwing republican party which advocated seccession could fill this growing vaccuum. It should be in the interest of all leftwing and republican opponents of the status quo to work together, and not focus too much on things outside our control.

fluffybiscuits
19-10-2012, 12:24 AM
Be that as it may, 40% voted against the fiscalpakt. 40% of Irish people have consistently said in polls that they support SF or ULA/others. We need to go back to the original Irish way of looking at world affairs, one of the few positives from the Irish mentality. We need to think of everything in relevance to ourselves and how we might influence it. I would be confident that in 5-10 years, perhaps less, there will be an increasing demand for the taking back of sovereignty, even if a majority as you say remain gullible. When last I saw there was no Nick Griffin on our doorstep, and Declan Ganley despite all his pals promoting him, still has not been elected nor has anyone like him. Bringing down the current govt. and burying Labour in the next elections as well as stemming the cute hoorism that FF is trying to get away with in opposition should be the priority of all those who want to effect some sort of small change in the not too distant future.

That we agree on whole heartedly.

Still we need to keep a boot on the throat of the far right...(now Im becoming extreme leftie fluffy, look what you are bringing out in me ;) )

Apjp
19-10-2012, 12:30 AM
The ULA recognises that and seeks to bring about change . There is a lot of hassle if we are to rip out the alternative structures and put in place a new currency and withdraw from the EU. Do we lose freedom of movement or become a member of the EEA? We use the current structure that is there and use the threat of crashing teh Euro to get our best deal. The bank debt should have been federalised anyways...apparently though it was found to be illegal...

There is nothing to be gained from being a non sovereign country. If we stay in this union or this currency, no matter what concession we extract, we are giving in to an elitist agenda designed to make our historic ideals which we fought for centuries to obtain(albeit often influenced by returned rebellion leaders), sound like extremism and 'anti europeanism'. By staying in this union we are extinguishing our right to govern ourselves.

fluffybiscuits
19-10-2012, 02:38 PM
There is nothing to be gained from being a non sovereign country. If we stay in this union or this currency, no matter what concession we extract, we are giving in to an elitist agenda designed to make our historic ideals which we fought for centuries to obtain(albeit often influenced by returned rebellion leaders), sound like extremism and 'anti europeanism'. By staying in this union we are extinguishing our right to govern ourselves.

There is a lot to be gained though through European Intergration. We wont erode our culture or our values through further intergrating ourselves into Europe. A federal united state would have the ability to deal with a world wide economic crisis and become an antidote to the imperialism of America and Russia that is up and coming at the moment. We can govern ourselves but through an alliance with other countries too. Its people like you and me and others here on this site that move at ease within such a United States of Europe. What is there to be scared of? A united Europe ensures better economic and labour conditions and equal rights for all citizens.

Apjp
19-10-2012, 03:13 PM
Fluffy a united Europe controls our budgets. Google the act of union to see where this is headed long term.

fluffybiscuits
19-10-2012, 03:16 PM
Fluffy a united Europe controls our budgets. Google the act of union to see where this is headed long term.

Our budgets - Why not make it a European budget instead of an Irish one?

PaddyJoe
26-05-2013, 05:56 PM
Nick Griffin this afternoon:

Nick Griffin MEP ‏@nickgriffinmep (https://twitter.com/nickgriffinmep)6m (https://twitter.com/nickgriffinmep/status/338713426698317824)
#Sky (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23Sky&src=hash) lead story another stabbing in Woolwich. "No stabbing in Woolwich" would be news. Since being swamped with Africans it's - like Africa!

Dr. FIVE
26-05-2013, 06:04 PM
See this? Great stuff

http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/archive/duncan-robertson-dedicated-searchlight-intelligence-officer



Imagine a trusted activist, welcome in a wide range of far-right organisations, described by the British National Party as “a keen Party member and an active supporter over the last eight years … [who] would travel across London to support meetings in any area”. A man who “would never miss an opportunity to go out leafleting, despite having to use a walking-stick to get around … devoted to the Nationalist cause … a regular supporter of the Trafalgar Club fund raising dinners … [and] attender at the Red White and Blue gatherings, where his humour and love of life made him very popular”.

That was Duncan Robertson, who died aged 48 on 19 March 2013 and whose glowing obituary, by the BNP’s Croydon and Sutton branch, appeared on the BNP website on 29 April.

But unbeknown to them, for all this time Duncan was never a loyal “nationalist” but was serving bravely as part of the Searchlight intelligence group.

C. Flower
26-05-2013, 07:50 PM
See this? Great stuff

http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/archive/duncan-robertson-dedicated-searchlight-intelligence-officer


Interesting this, on two levels. Firstly, the British ex-service Intel. guy surely must be viewed as possibly a plant by the British Services, and secondly, any relation to "our" Iona ?

Jeremy “Jez” Bedford-Turner, the ex-serviceman who had turned up on the New Right scene in 2011 after serving in a specialist unit using his skills as a Pashto speaker, the main language spoken by the Afghan Taleban.
Bedford-Turner initially joined the exclusive New Right Group run by Troy Southgate, a man who since his teens in the NF has set up more Nazi, music and pagan groups than some extremists have had hot dinners. Bedford-Turner, who we discovered had contested a council by-election in Twickenham, southwest London, for the NF in 1992, soon broke with Southgate and formed his own rival intellectual discussion group which he called the Iona London Forum. The name Iona – Islands Of the North Atlantic – had first been used on the far right in the mid 1980s as the name of a group led by Richard Lawson, a young NF intellectual, which brought together more educated British hardliners with strong links to similar people abroad.

PaddyJoe
26-05-2013, 08:09 PM
See this? Great stuff

http://www.searchlightmagazine.com/archive/duncan-robertson-dedicated-searchlight-intelligence-officer
Brave man. RIP.

RahenyFG II
27-05-2013, 04:54 PM
That's the funny thing about Lefties, Fluffy,
While they are busy concentrating on the Far Right, the Centre Right makes all the unquestioned and unseen moves. :)


As has been the case with Fianna Fáil in this country and to an extent my own party.

Slim Buddha
27-05-2013, 07:24 PM
Jayze I hope Nick Griffin goes the full hog and declares for aryanist purity. Ever seen him up close? He looks like he was designed by Picasso.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_XCJ62cJhAPU/S-skBMlNrqI/AAAAAAAAHHA/o0hxD-qyrcY/s1600/a-message-from-nick-griffin.jpg


http://iitcareerplus.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/000bb63a1.jpeg

It reminds me of Clive Anderson´s remark on the appearance of the late Robin Cook MP. "He has a face like a House of Commons vote - eyes to the right and nose to the left".

morticia
27-05-2013, 08:44 PM
Robin Cook, however, deserves to be virtually canonised for his principled opposition to the Iraq war.

Buddha
27-05-2013, 09:28 PM
Been thinking, I know I know, but you know how we have all these religions, with all the crazyness that goes with being a religious lunatic and these religions have been going on since time began, creating poverty and despair for most, power and wealth for the few? Well, arn't we who are involved in politics the same? Okay, instead of an endless variety of punishments and awards for bowing to some fairy tale god, we instead offer an endless variety of the same to those who will carry our banner, wear our colours, shout our slogans. No job, no money, vote for us. We'll sort you out. Worried about the poor getting antsy with your riches, vote for us. We'll sort them out for you. Keep them in their place. Don't like dem foreigners arriving in their thousands, all of a sudden, out of nowhere, taking our jobs? Leave it to us! Despise the Racist fascists who blame the newcomers for our fall in the world's economy, doing our jobs for the pleasure of it and tuppence a week? Never mind, join us. We have the answer!

You see what I'm saying. We're as bad as the religious crowd. At least they have the nerve to admit that their pie is up in the sky, but us, we promise heaven on earth. Instant relief from whatever is bothering you like the well paid whóres we are.

Well, I have given up on the flags and the slogans. The shíte of it all. None of us can do anything. All we do is create ceremonies surrounding our particular creed, be it Left or Right, Liberalism or Fascism, and the creed is, like religious creeds, nuts. We are ruled, all of us, by a handful. The invisible Elite. We dance to their tune and don't even know it. And we always have done. The control of the masses by the few. The wars that are allowed to continue until the elite say no more. The millions who die of hunger because the elite see no reason to intervene. The joy we bring to the elite by our stupid, ridiculous demands for soveriegnty, when in fact we get what we perceive to be sovereignty when we are gettings the crumbs allowed to fall from the elitist tables. Yes, we progress. Yes, we move ever onwards and upwards in our natural curiousity for answers, but that is natural for us. We would have that without the elite. We just think we wouldn't. So we continue to bow the knee and occasionally knee the balls that rule us, but the real rulers are still there, lauging at us and there is sod all we can do about it. Unless they want us to.

Slim Buddha
28-05-2013, 08:09 AM
Robin Cook, however, deserves to be virtually canonised for his principled opposition to the Iraq war.

Indeed. He was a highly-principled man.

Binn Beal
28-05-2013, 08:42 AM
Sorry to see you in despair Buddha but resisting and organising are worthwhile.

We would not have a republic if it weren't for the brave people of the 'commonwealth' in Britain or the Jacobins in Paris and the Volunteers of Dublin. Had these accepted their lot we would still be serfs of a feudal monarchy.

In every generation people have resisted and have improved the condition of the people, sometimes in leaps and bounds but also in many, many baby steps. The right to join trade unions and political parties, equal pay, contraception, divorce, the dole and a thousand more were won by people organising and resisting an unjust situation.

If the elite can organise in political parties so can the common people. There are many obstacles, not least the unscrupulous self-serving charlatans but these can be overcome.

Herewith an inspiring quote from a Mr Satan, from John Milton's 'Paradise Lost':
What though the field be lost?
All is not lost; the unconquerable Will,
And study of revenge, immortal hate,
And courage never to submit or yield:
And what is else not to be overcome?
That Glory never shall his wrath or might
Extort from me. To bow and sue for grace
With suppliant knee, and deifie his power,
Who from the terrour of this Arm so late
Doubted his Empire, that were low indeed,
That were an ignominy and shame beneath
This downfall; since by Fate the strength of Gods
And this Empyreal substance cannot fail,
Since through experience of this great event
In Arms not worse, in foresight much advanc't,
We may with more successful hope resolve
To wage by force or guile eternal Warr
Irreconcileable, to our grand Foe,
Who now triumphs, and in th' excess of joy
Sole reigning holds the Tyranny of Heav'n.

Buddha
28-05-2013, 12:45 PM
[QUOTE=Binn Beal;338599]Sorry to see you in despair Buddha but resisting and organising are worthwhile.

We would not have a republic if it weren't for the brave people of the 'commonwealth' in Britain or the Jacobins in Paris and the Volunteers of Dublin. Had these accepted their lot we would still be serfs of a feudal monarchy.

In every generation people have resisted and have improved the condition of the people, sometimes in leaps and bounds but also in many, many baby steps. The right to join trade unions and political parties, equal pay, contraception, divorce, the dole and a thousand more were won by people organising and resisting an unjust situation.

If the elite can organise in political parties so can the common people. There are many obstacles, not least the unscrupulous self-serving charlatans but these can be overcome.]QUOTE

I was in the depts of despair binn beal, and am. Not because of my own situation per se even though as I told the surgeon yesterday he can shove his stethescope where the sun don't shine, knowing full well that had I been a private patient, I would have been seen to two years ago, at least.

No, it's the sheer blatent dishonesty of those who do rule us, and they do, the Money Markets, the masters of the universe, and what do we, the common people as you refer to us do when once again their greed overtakes them and we pay the price? Feck all. The lackeys, Fianna Fáil, are at 26% in the opinion polls. The blue-shirts the same. Labour have sold out. Sinn Féin, too close to the smell of cordite yet and too keen to cut the budget to their supporters when Westminster calls. The Workers' Party, that new party with democrat in it's name. That so-called ULA who are a bloody disgrace, involving themselves in petty squabbles instead of leading the charge. Endless Independents, each one basically feathering it's own nest because that is all an Independent can do, and the straw that broke the camel's back for me last night? That cretin, that moron, that war-mongering, military supplying git, Declan Ganley, comes out with saying "there is a gap in the market. No party leader is against abortion. I am Pro-Life". Jesus H. Christ. And everyone sits around the table on the Vinnie show and not one person got up and kicked his baldy bloody head in!

So, throughout history we do have the good, the brave and the honest, on occasion. Even the courage not to submit. So where is that in Ireland now? As we sit in this wet and windy island, and wait and watch to see what next the Politicians bring, and knowing that whatever it is, it is we, the people, the common people, who will pay the price. As always. And there will be no redress for those who do this to us. Only bowed heads, and endless rhetoric that means nothing. They know we will do nothing. They know us well.

Binn Beal
28-05-2013, 02:22 PM
There are many of us in the same boat but there are also many selfless, dedicated people in all the organisation of the Left that you mention and outside of them. We may disagree on tactics and policies but we are all part of the one great anti-theft movement.
This clip of the invasion of the Limerick City Council offices may give your heart a lift as it did mine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9Fdjeyo_9Y&feature=player_embedded
I trust the operation went well and I'll see you at the virtual barricades. To update that old saying, the laptop is mightier than the kalashnikov.

Buddha
28-05-2013, 08:06 PM
There are many of us in the same boat but there are also many selfless, dedicated people in all the organisation of the Left that you mention and outside of them. We may disagree on tactics and policies but we are all part of the one great anti-theft movement.
This clip of the invasion of the Limerick City Council offices may give your heart a lift as it did mine.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9Fdjeyo_9Y&feature=player_embedded
I trust the operation went well and I'll see you at the virtual barricades. To update that old saying, the laptop is mightier than the kalashnikov.

Thank you lamb. I refer to the W.W.W. as The Divine Trinity. You like poetry, don't you, she says apropos nothing? Reading the extract you posted , Paradise Lost, reminds me of the "after-election-days" in the Dáil, watching the differing reactions of those who lost their seats, and wondering did they cry when no one was around. But knowing that those who came to take their place, the new demons, would soon settle in and take on the cloak of all those gone before them

The amazing osmosis of Dáil Éireann. Paradise Regained.

fluffybiscuits
29-05-2013, 01:53 PM
Looking for links between EDL and some BNP members, the BNP are capitalising on the whole fiasco. Nick Griffin is not one to miss an opportunity..

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/edl-marches-on-newcastle-as-attacks-on-muslims-increase-tenfold-in-the-wake-of-woolwich-machete-attack-which-killed-drummer-lee-rigby-8631612.html


The British National Party leader, Nick Griffin, who visited Woolwich yesterday, provoked widespread disgust for tweeting that the alleged killers should be wrapped in “pig skin” and shot again. The English Defence League, which has said the killing shows Britain is “at war” with Islamic extremism, staged a march today in Newcastle, sparked by plans to open an Islamic school.

Saoirse go Deo
13-05-2014, 08:59 PM
BNP election video, a censored version (http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-27391712) aired on BBC one today. (I think thats the one) It's pretty disgusting.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmJiFSl-MuQ

fluffybiscuits
14-05-2014, 07:44 PM
Muslims should take offence at that, if I was a Muslim and saw that Id be lodging a complaint with the police for a hate crime.

C. Flower
14-05-2014, 07:48 PM
Sorry to see you in despair Buddha but resisting and organising are worthwhile.

We would not have a republic if it weren't for the brave people of the 'commonwealth' in Britain or the Jacobins in Paris and the Volunteers of Dublin. Had these accepted their lot we would still be serfs of a feudal monarchy.

In every generation people have resisted and have improved the condition of the people, sometimes in leaps and bounds but also in many, many baby steps. The right to join trade unions and political parties, equal pay, contraception, divorce, the dole and a thousand more were won by people organising and resisting an unjust situation.

If the elite can organise in political parties so can the common people. There are many obstacles, not least the unscrupulous self-serving charlatans but these can be overcome.

Herewith an inspiring quote from a Mr Satan, from John Milton's 'Paradise Lost':
What though the field be lost?
All is not lost; the unconquerable Will,
And study of revenge, immortal hate,
And courage never to submit or yield:
And what is else not to be overcome?
That Glory never shall his wrath or might
Extort from me. To bow and sue for grace
With suppliant knee, and deifie his power,
Who from the terrour of this Arm so late
Doubted his Empire, that were low indeed,
That were an ignominy and shame beneath
This downfall; since by Fate the strength of Gods
And this Empyreal substance cannot fail,
Since through experience of this great event
In Arms not worse, in foresight much advanc't,
We may with more successful hope resolve
To wage by force or guile eternal Warr
Irreconcileable, to our grand Foe,
Who now triumphs, and in th' excess of joy
Sole reigning holds the Tyranny of Heav'n.

Nice one, Satan.

Saoirse go Deo
22-07-2014, 06:22 PM
Nick Griffin has been replaced as leader of the British National party, the far-right group has announced.

The BNP's website said Adam Walker, a former teacher who this year was struck off the teaching register for life, had been appointed acting chairman after Griffin "stepped aside", two months after he lost the party's only seat at the European parliament in a disastrous set of election results.

Griffin, who was declared bankrupt in January, had "taken up the position of president", it said, adding that the national executive was "united in their support" for his replacement.
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jul/21/banned-teacher-adam-walker-british-national-party-leader-nick-griffin-vote-collapses

fluffybiscuits
29-07-2014, 09:52 PM
http://www.socialistworker.co.uk/art/38662/Anti-fascists+can+be+proud+of+getting+rid+of+Nick+Griff in

Haha love the work of the anti fascists in England. They ran a campaign to ensure that they did not get back in :D