Recently, both myself and UKIP have been subject to on line attacks from my former party, The English Democrats.
The leadership of the ED seem to fail to grasp the fact that the biggest obstacle to England achieving the equality that they claim to want for our country is the existing triumvirate of the Lib-Lab-Con, who they rarely vent their spleen upon. Instead, they constantly attack parties outside the tired old establishment, in my opinion to prop up the egos of their main creditors and to try and establish themselves as the vanguard of the opposition more for personal hubris than our country’s best interests.
When he is not being beaten in to second place in a parish council election in a two horse race by an independent, here is the ED Leeds Chairman Chris Beverley (Paid assistant to BNP MEP Andrew Brons) having a dig at those who have a better chance of making a difference than himself (With commentary from yours truly in bold italics)
Party news update and some personal thoughts
|Pic of me taken at last year’s Annual Conference|
Don’t feed the trolls! (Steve Uncles is fat enough already)
See here to book your tickets if you haven’t already. Let’s make this the best annual conference yet! (That means that maybe half will still be awake after Tilbrook’s Chairmans speech – With the rapidly diminishing numbers year on year, this may just be the one achievement that the ED manage this century!)
Link to Chris Beverley blog the original article
Chris Beverley on the BBC Beverley – On Hitler and the Holocaust
A party that lost it’s soul
The English Democrats were the first political party I ever joined – I was impressed by the idea that the manifesto promoted English patriotism without any discrimination against my fellow countrymen of different skin colour or religion. That tied in with my idea of ‘civic’ nationalism – The small c in civic representing country,community and culture, rather than the race and religion based doctrines of the likes of the BNP and the National Front.
Eddy Butler (Above) – Former BNP elections specialist who was behind their ‘rights for whites’ campaign and stood for election in Essex recently on an English Democrats ticket
The manifesto also promoted the idea of an English parliament within a federal UK, bringing equality for the English whilst keeping together the most successful partnership of countries that the world has ever seen – Whilst this is still official ED policy (English independence as a policy has been voted down at conference before), the rogue element that is Steven Uncles is constantly blogging on independence from the Union to the extent that those few who have heard of them believe that this is one of their ideals.
Unfortunately, words on a page are only as good as the people who enact them and whilst many of my colleagues shared my views there were those in positions of seniority who were prepared to prostitute these ideals for the idea of a quick boost at the ballot box. My opposition to the approach to Richard Barnbrook of the BNP to join in London is well documented on the internet, with Steve Uncles first trying to bully me and then trying to bribe me in to accepting him in to a position of influence for the GLA elections earlier this year. I wrote about my reasons for leaving on this site in a blog post on 24th September 2011 entitled ‘ As one chapter ends, another begins’
Above,left of the picture – Simon Deacon has stood in council elections for The English Democrats, and is a former National Front parish councillor who has spoken at national conference.
I have since only mentioned them once on here, the new year’s honours list posting that was done as a bit of fun at the turn of the year – There are many pressing issues in our society that need to be addressed and confronted, and getting involved in undignified slanging matches with high ranking members of a party that is going nowhere is not a good use of an activists time. Unfortunately, as seen by the ranting of Mr Beverley in his post that I have lampooned at the top of this article, that is all that the English Democrats movers and shakers are now good for.
Above – Robin Tilbrook sends a letter to the owner of an internet forum demanding details of a poster, asking said owner to breach The Data Protection Act. A strange position for somebody whose party calls for ‘free speech’
What was once a principled party and a possible vehicle for decent patriots has become the plaything of it’s main creditors, lurching from one pathetic election result to another and polluting the political scene with it’s schoolboy antics.
To those decent patriots remaining within the English Democrats – You have fought hard, but you can’t do any good for your country and community whilst the party is shackled by Robin Tilbrook, Steven Uncles and their new ex-BNP friends
Come and join some of your former colleagues in UKIP to make a REAL difference and get our country back!