Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Hope Not Hate and the BNP.

I've had another e-mail from Hope Not Hate:

If you thought Gordon Brown's gaffe was bad last week - just wait till you see Richard Edmonds'.

The former National Organiser for the BNP was spotted canvassing in Dagenham last week, flooding the street with filthy lies. When a woman told him she wouldn't vote BNP, he was caught on film spewing racist filth:

"Silly ******, aren't they? Maybe she's got a black kid, you see? That, I think, is always the explanation around here. Once they go with the blacks, they are part of the black tribe. Wicked, horrible, stupid. I've seen it many, many times."

You think that's bad? It's nothing compared to what will happen if Nick Griffin becomes an MP.

We can stop him - but we need your help. We've only got three days left but we are now completely out of leaflets.

We need you to make a £25 donation to help us produce 90,000 eve of poll letters and leaflets to go into our key wards around the country.


Richard Edmonds isn't the only one infiltrating our neighbourhoods with bigotry and hatred.

The same undercover reporter followed Nick Griffin canvassing in Barking. Here's what he had to say:

"It's something like leafleting central Nairobi isn't it, I'm afraid."

Well Nick, we're afraid too. Afraid of the threat the BNP poses to many of our communities.