Sunday, 28 February 2010

NUT's Hate Campaign Against The BNP

The National Union of Teachers has launched a campaign against the BNP, despite it's General Secretary, Christine Blower, avowing that the NUT is not affiliated to any political party. She admits however that the union has a political fund that will be directed at the BNP, using such doubtful entities as the odious Unite Against Fascism (we have seen the work of their violent thugs many times recently) and Love Music Hate Racism (Bread and Circuses)


NUT-friendly UAF thugs putting the boot in outside Parliament, 2009


A disgusted member of the teaching profession has given us their copy of the NUT magazine for March. Disgusted because they object to their Union engaging in biased politics. Disgusted at their Union using members' money to campaign and promote hate against a particular legal Party, and producing a 4 page pull-out in their magazine to brag about it. Disgusted at NUT affiliating themselves with known violent extremists such as UAF.
NUT members come from a wide spectrum of politics, and the Union is disgracing itself by not respecting that fact.

Weyman Bennett wades in with his contribution, a mish-mash of supposed hate crime in Eastbury and Chelmsley Wood, lifted from the Left-loving, Guardian, conveniently missing out the fact that BNP members do not indulge in that kind of behaviour, and that, as the Guardian article stated: "Indeed, the trend is far from clear cut. Race crime does not always rise when the BNP takes power. The Metropolitan police believes increases could be down to the growing confidence of victims and witnesses to come forward."
Bennett brings up such wastrels as Robert Cottage, Terence Gavan and David Copeland in his quest to prove the BNP are violent. No-one is going to excuse criminals. Of course, no mention is made of Muslim terrorists, who have caused far more damage; nor does he quote any criminals from other Parties, like these Liars, Buggers and Thieves
Are other Parties to be judged and condemned because of a few wrongdoers? If not Mr. Bennett, why not?


Front page of NUT magazine, showing their contempt for democracy


Lee Billingham, national organiser of Love Music Hate Racism then bumbles in with his article, asserting that the BNP vote in the North-West, and Yorkshire and Humberside elections last year had fallen. Mr. Billingham, votes for all the Parties fell, less people are voting! Surely you've read the concerns about voter apathy?

He goes on to boast that LMHR initiatives were warmly welcomed by students - who do tend to veer towards the left, by and large - and brags that 20,000 youngsters attended the LMHR festival in Stoke in 2009. Well, they would, young people have been brainwashed by trashy pop culture, so it's no surprise that they flock to a concert banging the stuff out! But that's what they go for, not the message.


Police attempt to hold back a far-left extremist UAF mob threatening violence against the BNP

Nick Lowles, national co-ordinator of Hate not Hope then warns about the possibility of the BNP running Barking and Dagenham Council, saying that it would be 'a nightmare for teachers'. Why would it, if the teachers were good ones doing their job properly? Which is to give children - all the children in the Borough - a good education. Does it frighten him, and the NUT, to know that the BNP will implement high standards, and that they will make a far better job of reversing illiteracy, innumeracy, and bringing back discipline, self-respect, and work ethic? Surely we owe our children, and our future, this.

It would appear (on the surface anyway) that the NUT are out of date. Panicking Labour politicians are scrabbling to climb on the BNP bandwagon as they see their seats sliding away from them in the coming General Election. Margaret Hodge has written to her Barking constituents in a grovelling letter saying that immigration can be 'unsettling for predominantly white and traditional East End families'. Ed Balls admits that 'there are concerns' in his area (Morley and Outwood, Yorkshire) over immigration and avers that there should be a probationary period for immigrants before they can claim benefits. Other Labour MP are doing the same thing (astonishing!).

They're being very racist, aren't they? But we do not wonder why NUT, UAF or LMHR is clamouring to decry them, because they know as well as everyone else that the deeply hypocritical and bigoted Labour members don't mean a word of it. After hugging themselves on 'rubbing the Right's nose in it' via deliberate mass immigration, and having been found out, they'll tell any lie to save their skins, even to pinching BNP policies.
So much for the "unaffiliated" NUT, and all their little hangers-on.

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