The BNP and bridging the gulf of disbelief By William Bowles

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By William Bowles
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Dandelion Salad
18 November 2009

By now it must surely be obvious to everyone that a vast gulf exists between the rulers and the ruled, so much so that the ruled have all but given up listening. The ruling elite are now so desperate that hardly a day goes by without some political dinosaur telling us that ‘we have to reestablish the trust of the people, a trust that has completely broken down’. But it ain’t ain’t working and with good reason.

Enter the British National Party (BNP).

You have to ask yourself the question, why now? Why did the BBC suddenly decide that it’s on the side of ‘free speech’? Their reason, that large numbers of people voted for the BNP hence the BBC had to give them a voice, simply doesn’t wash. If it were so then why haven’t we seen the BNP on ‘Question Time’ before? Moreover, why do we hear no voice from the left on Question Time if the BBC is so concerned with presenting ‘alternative’ views on its ‘flagship’ programme?

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