Friday, 2 April 2010

A Special Easter Message from Nick Griffin

"Dear Fellow Patriot,
A special event that happened recently has changed my outlook on our struggle and the situation facing our sacred country. That event was the peaceful, sensible, mature debate with the Christian Party leader George Hargreaves and a large number of Christian Party members. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire debate which was noticeably absent of the usual hysterical fanaticism of the liberal-left.

It made me think long and hard about a new dimension of our struggle: our Christian religion, culture and traditions. In the past too much emphasis has been placed on the ethnic aspect of our present national dilemma, whilst the longest running feature of our identity has been overlooked: the fact that our country has been held together and guided for millennia by our common, ancient religion: Christianity.

And before you misunderstand me, I do not mean the gut-wrenching politically correct quasi-Marxist nonsense spewing forth from the treacherous leaders of the modern Anglican Church. I mean the traditional, upright, decent and honest Christianity that defended Europe from Islamic conquest, the Christianity of the Crusades and the Christianity of our forefathers.

There is nothing in traditional Christianity about world government, abolishing the nations, enslaving the world to finance capitalism and big business, eradicating traditional unique cultures and national identities, the promotion of sexual perversion, the glorification of treason, letting criminals run rampant and political correctness.

No, the Christianity of our forefathers was about honesty, family, patriotism, sacrifice, loyalty, king and country. For over 1,000 years Christianity held our people together and guided us through the centuries. If Christianity had not existed Europe would have been conquered by Islam centuries ago.

I made the irrefutable point during the debate with the Christian Party that the British National Party is the only political organisation in Britain that wants to keep this country fundamentally Christian, with Christian values, traditions and culture. Every other political party would happily allow Islam to engulf our Christian homeland.

After the General Election, all BNP leaflets will carry a Christian Cross to demonstrate our commitment to maintaining and preserving our Christian heritage as a nation. Politically correct scoundrels like Rowan Williams will cry foul but we have nothing to be ashamed of as we are the defenders of Britain's Christian heritage, just like our Crusader ancestors in the Middle Ages.

So this weekend enjoy the Christian festival of Easter with pride and remember the War Heroes that fell in the many wars to defend our homeland. Be proud of your British, Christian identity and reject the false guilt and self-loathing of the liberal-left political class.

The darkest hour is just before the dawn, but be of good cheer for Christ Our Lord is risen!

Yours sincerely,

Nick Griffin, MEP"

3 comments:

Jane said...

Does Nick realise that the BNP cannot be generic Christians? So immediately when he decides to go back to some medieval superstitious nonsense, he will also have to pick what sect to belong to, and that is divisive. Religion should be kept out of politics.

Keats said...

Don't worry Jane, we have representatives of most Christian denominations in the BNP, as well as Pagans and atheists and we all get along just fine.
It doesn't impinge on our politics, but we respect our shared Christian heritage, as Nick explains. And we respect our members' beliefs; it is divisive to dismiss them as nonsense, don't you think?

I wish you a happy and peaceful Easter.

Leicester Boy said...

I have to say that I agree with Jane.

With the exception of Christmas postcards I will refuse to deliver any BNP leaflets with religious symbols on.

I chose to join a political party not a religious group.

If Christianity could win an election then the Christian Party would have seats in parliament.

We should stick to promoting our traditional British values which were defined uniquely out of our capacities, our history and our choices within the Christian value system, but the promotion of the religion itself, and putting a religious symbol on leaflets is promoting it, is not something I wish to be involved with and should be left to the Christian Council of Britain.

And I know a lot of members who feel the same.