Council homes to be built for first time in 30 years - thanks to the BNP Watch

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Council homes to be built for first time in 30 years - thanks to the BNP

After only a couple of weeks as the official opposition in Barking and Dagenham, the BNP have scored a fantastic victory for the long suffering local people and families of the area.

A press release dated 19th May 2006 on the Council website reveals that a radical plan to fund new council homes in the area has got Government backing after the BNP election victory, giving the Council the green light to build its own social homes for the first time in 30 years.

Thousands of new homes could be built under the scheme, which will see the Council set up a series of joint venture companies with the help of private investors. Unlike previous partnerships between the public and private sector, this time the Council will keep control of important decisions, including the type of homes built and the location of new developments.

This means the BNP as the official opposition in the council will also be in position to ensure that the houses are made available to local people and not outsiders.

The election of a BNP councillor in any area guarantees that government regeneration money is awarded to the council and that local people benefit.

Historic decision

Group Leader of the official BNP opposition Cllr. Richard Barnbrook told the website, “We welcome this great new for local people, it is an historic decision by the Council and it just goes to show the BNP in power creates real changes for local people.”

Whilst the indigenous people of this nation are usually ignored and their interests minimised and forgotten, the election of a BNP councillor ensures that our council taxes are used for our community and not just for asylum seekers or immigrants.

The BNP Group on the council treats all the residents of Barking and Dagenham equally regardless of race and religion, but members of the local indigenous white community have been racially discriminated against in the past by the council and it is our intention to prevent any such racial discrimination occurring again in the future.

A vote for the BNP is a vote for local people power.

Congratulations are due to the BNP team in Dagenham for their great work in ensuring that the interests of the silent majority are once again the priority in the local communities.

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Erm except Labour not the BNP are in control of the council

Nice try
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You do not get it do you? :rolleyes: With the BNP being the official opposition, the 2nd biggest party in Barking & Dagenham. They are putting pressure on labour and it's coming off as you can see here. Being the 2nd biggest party, the official opposition in the council, they are in a "position to ensure that the houses are made available to local people and not outsiders."

They're making a change to people's lives already. They will only get bigger for the good of the country.



"The British National party (BNP) has warned it is a rising force in politics after more than doubling its number of council seats in yesterday's local elections.

Leader Nick Griffin said he expected to have up to 50 seats across England after all the votes were counted, and insisted the far-right party would "in due course" have enough support to form a government.

The BNP's main gains have been in Barking and Dagenham, where they won 11 seats to become the second biggest party, but they have also won seats in Sandwell, Stoke on Trent, Epping Foreign, Pendle, Broxbourne, and Redditch and Solihull. "
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I can't tell if you are being ironic or not. Being the second largest party in the council does not give them the power to "ensure that the houses are made available to local people and not outsiders". Labour have a large enough majority to outvote everyone else if there ever was a consultation on such measures

More council housing in an overcrowded area already filled with it and experiencing the disadvantages it brings... yeah rock on.
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(Original post by World Cup Fever)
Leader Nick Griffin said he expected to have up to 50 seats across England after all the votes were counted, and insisted the far-right party would "in due course" have enough support to form a government.
On a related note, how would one go about emigrating to Australia?
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Leader Nick Griffin
He should go back to making gay porn!
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The BNP now have something like 46 seats (if I remember correctly) out of about 22,000 or so.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/4974870.stm

Seemingly they have no parliamentary seats.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4968406.stm
http://www.parliament.uk/directories...ateparties.cfm

"rising force in politics"? I don't think so.

Group Leader of the official BNP opposition Cllr. Richard Barnbrook told the website, “We welcome this great new for local people, it is an historic decision by the Council and it just goes to show the BNP in power creates real changes for local people.”
No, they're in opposition, Labour is in power; this conclusion is a little tendentious...

They're in opposition in an area where a majority of people voted FOR Labour, as Labour form the council, and AGAINST the BNP. Therefore the BNP cannot be said to represent the voice and feelings of the majority of Barking and Dagenham- only the minority who voted for them.

Oooh, real discussion... I like this.
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I dont like the BNP much, they seem a bit myopic when it comes to policy.

Id rather a much stronger green party, although you certainly wouldnt want them in power, heh.
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'Indigenous people'? This is always part of the BNP's argument I fail to get (along with the whole white supremacy part). I doubt anybody could prove that they are indigenous to this country beyond a certain decade/century. Basically everybody has been an immigrant at some point (I'm a Hugenot refugee by descent) and this country is not built on the success of white people alone. I just can't understand how somebody could believe in an ideology so malicious; one which would bring significant harm to other people just like them, except they can't see through their colour.
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He should go back to making gay porn!
His eyes are still recovering from his last gay porno:p:
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Oh bless their generous hearts.
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Did Hitler not have a grandson named Nick?
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The BNP now have something like 46 seats (if I remember correctly) out of about 22,000 or so.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/4974870.stm

Seemingly they have no parliamentary seats.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/4968406.stm
http://www.parliament.uk/directories...ateparties.cfm

"rising force in politics"? I don't think so.



No, they're in opposition, Labour is in power; this conclusion is a little tendentious...

They're in opposition in an area where a majority of people voted FOR Labour, as Labour form the council, and AGAINST the BNP. Therefore the BNP cannot be said to represent the voice and feelings of the majority of Barking and Dagenham- only the minority who voted for them.

Oooh, real discussion... I like this.

How wrong you are mate. The BNP are Britain's fourth largest vote catcher and rising. They're the fastest growing political party in the UK. They won 11 out of 13 seats in Barking & Dagenham.

" BNP take a goose-step forward - highest ever BNP result - 33 gains and many second places
Broxbourne keep council seat, Epping Forest gain three, Sandwell win 3 new seats, Redditch win one seat, Stoke win 3 new seats, Pendle win a seat, Dagenham and Barking win 12 seats, Burnley 2 seats, Kirklees 2 seats"

The BNP increased their over a double of what they had before the elections. Please, do underestimate them. Don't vote They're no threat to you....

About the houses you only really need to read the article to know what it's about. The BNP came up with an idea for the good of the people and it was supported by the majority, whereas normally that money being spent on building council houses would have been spent on Asylum seekers and immigrants.
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The BNP are Britain's fourth largest vote catcher and rising.
Fourth in a two-party system? That is quite something. :p:
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^ Straw Man.

(Sorry, I have Critical Thinking tomorrow.)
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So the money that could have been spenton people fleeing from war-striken counties or people who want to come here and work hard to improve their lives will instead be spent on (for lack of a better word) chavs who never have and never will work a day of their lives

I am so happy

And seriously, other than B&D you are not a serious force anywhere else in the country. The fact you are calling on people not to vote just to give yourself a decent chance shows that you know that yourself.

Oh and once again can you show how being the second largest party in he council gives you and not Labour the power to make decisions such as building council homes and who gets them.
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So the money that could have been spenton people fleeing from war-striken counties or people who want to come here and work hard to improve their lives will instead be spent on (for lack of a better word) chavs who never have and never will work a day of their lives

I am so happy

And seriously, other than B&D you are not a serious force anywhere else in the country. The fact you are calling on people not to vote just to give yourself a decent chance shows that you know that yourself.

Oh and once again can you show how being the second largest party in he council gives you and not Labour the power to make decisions such as building council homes and who gets them.
This country is full. It shouldn't have ANYMORE immigrants coming in whatsoever. We have enough. The Polish are taking over British peoples' jobs as employers are looking for cheap labour, muslims and other immigrants/asylum seekers are scrounging off benefits from taxpayers.

This is Britain, very small yet overcrowded. Britons struggle to get a house because asylum seekers are put 1st, they struggle to get jobs because immigrants are put 1st for cheap labour, we pay high taxes. It should only be tolerated so much, now it's gone over the top.

Can you spot the little British Isle of which I am referring to?

http://go.hrw.com/atlas/span_map/world.gif

That's where everyone seems to want to go. Not to Poland, not to Germany, not to Holland, not to Denmark but BRITAIN, scroungers.
The BNP are the solution to the problems. The way things are going there could quite easily be a civil war in this country in the next 10 years or so.
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, muslims and other immigrants/asylum seekers are scrounging off benefits from taxpayers.
I have to say in my job I come across way more 'bristish' people on benefits then any others!
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I have to say in my job I come across way more 'bristish' people on benefits then any others!

Duh? It is Britain. Population of 59million people, 57million or so being British..... :rolleyes:
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They're talking about the rise of the BNP on BBC right now.
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