Monday, 19 October 2009

The Nasty Party

Some say they are a spiteful party hell-bent on creating hate and division throughout the country ... I say, let Labour speak (boom, boom). Because when they do, by their words and actions are they damned.

BNP debate 'illegal', warns Hain

Mr Hain wrote: "If you do not review the decision you may run the very serious risk of legal challenge in addition to the moral objections that I make.

In my view, your approach is unreasonable, irrational and unlawful."

It must have come as a surprise to Labour, a party for whom bullying and demonisation are everyday tools of the trade, that Comrade Beeb haven't been taking the hints on this issue. So, out come the veiled threats.

This morally corrupt administration have ruled by lies and deceit, scaremongery and fear, marginalisation and exclusion - this is merely a another shining example of their censorious style of governance ... and even more publicity for the BNP, Labour's nearest ideological rivals and the stealer of many of Labour's voters.

Just as standing up to a bully exposes a cowardly underbelly, so standing up to Labour sends the toys flying as their reasoning deteriorates into shrill invective, and their true hideous, anti-democratic face is revealed.

Labour should be very careful about slinging the 'Nasty Party' tag around at the Tories in the upcoming pre-election months ... their glass house might not withstand the assault.


Anonymous said...

Isn't Hain's outburst extraordinary - or it should be, and if Labour hadn't alienated well, everyone really, the BNP wouldn't have got the toehold it has.

QT on Thursday will be the most interesting it's been in years. Wonder if Labour will run the risk of appearing.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Hain. You are making Griffin look like a decent human being.

Brian, follower of Deornoth

Dick the Prick said...

Isn't Jack Straw his gaffer and also err.. the gaffer of all lawyers in the land?? What a tool.