Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Telegraph call to exile all BNP supporters to the Hebrides

A witless idiot at the Telegraph thinks all BNP supporters should be exiled to an island in the Outer Hebrides.

Behold Michael Deacon...

Deacon: Needs a shave

He wrote...
I have something in common with hard-core BNP supporters: we both long for a section of society to leave Britain. They wish that immigrants weren't here; I wish that hard-core BNP supporters weren't here. It sounds unlikely, on the face of it, that the two positions can be reconciled.

I think, however, that I have a solution. Off the British coast are more than 1,000 islands, a good many of which are uninhabited. To give two examples, Hirta, to the west of the Outer Hebrides, is 670 hectares (nearly twice the size of Hyde Park); meanwhile Samson, among the Isles of Scilly, is a perfectly serviceable 38 hectares (52 times the size of the pitch at Wembley Stadium). My question is: why not donate all these uninhabited islands to the BNP so it can set up its own independent nations there? (Link)

Given than several million people are expected to vote for the BNP in the forthcoming general election 670 hectares doesn't really seem sufficient. However any of the mentioned islands could accommodate one Michael Deacon which would achieve the same effect.

As for us BNP supporters, we already have a nice, adequately-sized island, 9th biggest island in the world I believe, to live on. However it won't remain nice or adequately-sized if we continue to allow mass immigration.


Anonymous said...

How about we get rid of all those trogladytes in Wales and give that to the BNP. Not only would it stop the burning of cottages, but you could fix all that politically correct T.V. like Doctor Who, Merlin etc. etc. which is delivered from that sheep shagging shithole at the same time :-)

Nationalist said...

Er, Anonymous, you do know the chairman of the BNP, Nick Griffin, lives in Wales, don't you? ;)