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City Hall protesters vow to force out new BNP


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http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard-may...cian/article.do

linked-image United: a banner-waving protest organised by Love Music Hate Racism and Unite Against Facism at City Hall to mark disgust at the election of Richard Barnbrook, who all four parties look set to shun

Richard Barnbrook became the far-Right party's highest profile politician when 130,000 people voted for him last week. But musicians, including members of Babyshambles, university representatives and passers-by waved placards branding him a fascist whose policies encourage hatred and division. The demonstrators marched around City Hall early yesterday evening banging drums.

A spokesman for organisers Love Music Hate Racism and Unite Against Fascism said it was the start of a campaign to force Mr Barnbrook from office that would draw on the revulsion felt by the vast majority of Londoners. Mayor Boris Johnson has refused to speak to Mr Barnbrook and all four parties look set to shun him. He gained just over the five per cent threshold needed to win one of the 11 non-geographical seats.

Like it or not, this bloke was elected in accordance with the 'democratic' process we are told our grandparents fought the fascists to preserve.

Now we have fascists insisting that certain voters votes shouldn't count because they don't like the result, and they call themselves anti-fascist!

Oh and Babyshambles are part of the protest. Yes, let's have a bunch of smackheads dictating who can and can't be elected

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http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard-may...cian/article.do

linked-image United: a banner-waving protest organised by Love Music Hate Racism and Unite Against Facism at City Hall to mark disgust at the election of Richard Barnbrook, who all four parties look set to shun

Richard Barnbrook became the far-Right party's highest profile politician when 130,000 people voted for him last week. But musicians, including members of Babyshambles, university representatives and passers-by waved placards branding him a fascist whose policies encourage hatred and division. The demonstrators marched around City Hall early yesterday evening banging drums.

A spokesman for organisers Love Music Hate Racism and Unite Against Fascism said it was the start of a campaign to force Mr Barnbrook from office that would draw on the revulsion felt by the vast majority of Londoners. Mayor Boris Johnson has refused to speak to Mr Barnbrook and all four parties look set to shun him. He gained just over the five per cent threshold needed to win one of the 11 non-geographical seats.

He is far right, which is a problem but who the hell do these people think that they are besides a bunch of crybaby losers. This could be the start of something very dreadful ... dont like who got elected, throw fits and childish temper tantrums and force the elected official out of office. If the vast majority of Londeners did not want him in office they should have not voted for him. Were getting closer to the spark that sets the globe on fire .... extremist BS on both sides is just making me sick to breathe.

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The irony of the anti-fascist movement never ceases to amaze me.

So what if a BNP guy is elected. The people elected him for a reason... mmmh probably due the multicultural crime in that area.

The crime everyone knows happens but the mainstream politicians ignore.

Even Blair admitted it just before he left power... "yeah it's happening, don't ask me to do anything about it.. I'm off!"

Anyway.. It's only one guy.... let him act as a 'release valve' it doesn't mean we're going to be a fascist state...

Although... the mind-control of the politically correct reminds me of brain-washed Nazis.

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The irony of the anti-fascist movement never ceases to amaze me.

So what if a BNP guy is elected. The people elected him for a reason... mmmh probably due the multicultural crime in that area.

The crime everyone knows happens but the mainstream politicians ignore.

Even Blair admitted it just before he left power... "yeah it's happening, don't ask me to do anything about it.. I'm off!"

Anyway.. It's only one guy.... let him act as a 'release valve' it doesn't mean we're going to be a fascist state...

Although... the mind-control of the politically correct reminds me of brain-washed Nazis.

The mind control of the politically correct reminds me of brain washed Nazis ... anyway doesnt fascist in a way mean any political thought process that you do not agree with or ideology in opposition to socialism, liberalism, democracy or individualism?

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If the left and near right weren't complete wusses about Islam the UK wouldn't have this problem. Sure, BNP will take power, kick everyone with brown skin out then you'll be stuck with them. Instead of holding rallies against the BNP hold one against radical Islam maybe?

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Richard Barnbrook was voted in. Gordon Brown wasn't.

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Boris Johnson has no business stating that he will ignore 5% of the London electorate! These politicians need to understand, that what is just 5% this year, may become 10% during the next elections..... and so on...

Modern politics needs to stop burying its head in the sand and address the growing concerns on the British public, the views of that 5% BNP vote, are probably shared by a much larger share of the population, who, through media belittlement, feel shamed, or even backward thinking, to vote BNP, or to ensure their local "legitimate" politicians represent the views of the people.....

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Boris Johnson's reaction proves voting conservative isn't a compromise, voting BNP is the only alternative.

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Ummm... HAS Boris Johnson stated that he won't talk to Richard Barndance ? I can't find that on Google anywhere.

Interesting to do the sums. The Love Music Hate Thinking/Unite Against Aubergines coallition managed to get 100,000 people to their free rock concert... but many of these where bused in from around the country.

Add to that the 400 or so on the protest above...

And then compare that to the 130,000 Londoners who voted for Barndoor.

Meow Purr :)

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Ummm... HAS Boris Johnson stated that he won't talk to Richard Barndance ? I can't find that on Google anywhere.

Interesting to do the sums. The Love Music Hate Thinking/Unite Against Aubergines coallition managed to get 100,000 people to their free rock concert... but many of these where bused in from around the country.

Add to that the 400 or so on the protest above...

And then compare that to the 130,000 Londoners who voted for Barndoor.

Meow Purr :)

London and the uk has issues concerning immigration and multiculturism that are not being addressed.The BNP will gain votes untill these problems are resolved.

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