Discussion of other UK political parties
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By oboogie
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So that's them and the EDL's political hopes gone this week and with the BNP still wallowing in the mire..........I wonder where all those racists have gone?
I expect they've found another party full of racist bigots who'll make them feel at home. Does anybody know of such a party with racist views which has had a recent boost to it's support?
 
By Kreuzberger
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oboogie wrote:So that's them and the EDL's political hopes gone this week and with the BNP still wallowing in the mire..........I wonder where all those racists have gone?
I expect they've found another party full of racist bigots who'll make them feel at home. Does anybody know of such a party with racist views which has had a recent boost to it's support?
Yep - trebles all round down the Dog & Duck,
 
By Bones McCoy
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oboogie wrote:So that's them and the EDL's political hopes gone this week and with the BNP still wallowing in the mire..........I wonder where all those racists have gone?
I expect they've found another party full of racist bigots who'll make them feel at home. Does anybody know of such a party with racist views which has had a recent boost to it's support?
A few clues:

4 letters.
Like a drink (and a smoke).
Rattle on about Europe a lot to anybody unfortunate enough to be within earshot.
 
By oboogie
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A FB friend from EDL News has just bumped into the BFP's leader Paul Weston in a supermarket. Apparently he is launching a new party, titled Liberty GB at the end of this month.
According to Paul Weston, tying BF in with Kevin Carroll/Tommy Robinson/EDL "was a mistake". Weston said he tried to talk them (BF) out of it because all the extremist views/rants would drive people away but got "we're the working class, we're not interested in the middle class and working class people won't mind ".
So, his new 'Liberty U.K. something like that" (his words, not mine) will have a heavily monitored website/Facebook/online presence where EDL type extremist comments will not be tolerated.

I was playing at being a moderate supporter of his, and definitely got the impression he was 'politicking' me, tailoring his chat to what he thought I'd like to hear.
So that's the end of the BFP then. :D :D
 
By davidjay
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oboogie wrote:A FB friend from EDL News has just bumped into the BFP's leader Paul Weston in a supermarket. Apparently he is launching a new party, titled Liberty GB at the end of this month.
According to Paul Weston, tying BF in with Kevin Carroll/Tommy Robinson/EDL "was a mistake". Weston said he tried to talk them (BF) out of it because all the extremist views/rants would drive people away but got "we're the working class, we're not interested in the middle class and working class people won't mind ".
So, his new 'Liberty U.K. something like that" (his words, not mine) will have a heavily monitored website/Facebook/online presence where EDL type extremist comments will not be tolerated.

I was playing at being a moderate supporter of his, and definitely got the impression he was 'politicking' me, tailoring his chat to what he thought I'd like to hear.
So that's the end of the BFP then. :D :D
Which ones were they - the ones with the Pepsi logo? I get confused, there so many.
 
By oboogie
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davidjay wrote:Which ones were they - the ones with the Pepsi logo?
Yep, that's them. They were mostly ex-BNP (Weston himself was ex-UKIP) and they joined forces with the EDL because they were so low on numbers.
It's the same leadership (minus Tommy Throbbincock, for obvious reasons) so nothing will change except, by barring the EDL, they won't have any members.
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