Edward Miliband and other Labour MPs are keen to tell us that the now old New Labour Party (prior to 2010) "became too disconnected from the concerns of working people". Ed's New New Labour Party, instead, is offering us lots of vague and mushy alternatives to the previous bigoted dismissals of millions of British people.
Have you ever wondered what type of place you would ideally like to work in? I have. It is not hard to find yourself really pissed off with the world outside. This is especially so when getting off the bus at West Croydon station having passed the dreary halal establishments that bring nothing positive at all to our cultural character.
The population replacement of the native English continues in a relentless and remorseless fashion. Our ruling elites may or may not be happy about this, but rather than do anything about it they engage instead in the political art of catastrophe management. "No trouble on my watch!" seems to be their cowardly mantra, as they offload the ongoing racial disaster onto the shoulders of the young and yet to be born.
Do you like the odd flutter? I don't, but in this case I'm prepared to make an exception.
I bet that at least one leader of the three mainstream parties will lose his job before the next election. What odds will you give me?
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Thanks to you, and all of our fantastic supporters, we have officially secured our Â£5,000 deposit for the European elections. This means that our chairman Paul Weston can stand in the South East on 22nd May, accompanied by Press Officer Enza Ferreri and Outreach Officer Jack Buckby.