First of all, let me refer back to a point I raised in my previous submission. I said that this site should ideally be run by a full-time salaried editor. The Green Arrow replied that he would not accept a salary for the work he does. That is his choice, and an admirable one. The trouble is that the present editor and the people who assist him are not going to live forever. When they are taken away to become patriotic citizens of the hereafter, who will take their place? Is this site going to be run perpetually by pensioners with time on their hands? Maybe, maybe not.
In the past couple of years I have given a lot of money to the British National Party, but now I prefer to donate money to this site. If you have not given any money as yet, or if you have not given any money recently, then please do so. Some of you may not be able to afford to donate very much, but that is no reason not to donate. Consider what Jesus said about the poor widow in Mark’s Gospel chapter twelve:
Multiracialism is a dangerous thing. We find that in The Bible. God allowed His chosen people to enter the promised land, where their neighbours were pagans. They worshipped a god known as Baal and a goddess known as Asherah. Before long, many of the Jews were getting into bad habits and worshipping with the pagans.
If anything it is worse nowadays. When I was a child, I never heard of a teenage girl being machine-gunned to death, possibly because no such thing ever happened. It happened in April 2010 however, and multiracialism is to blame.
Then again, a lot of the comments are negative. The young woman, Wanda Matthews, is just twenty years old, and has lived for three years in a three-bedroom council house. One comment reads: “Lucky girl to have got a 3 bedroom house at the age of 17......I'm 28 and still in a pokey (mortgaged) flat.” Other comments accuse her of being in receipt of excessive amounts of state benefits, although this may not be the case.
A woman who lives in my home town had an abortion last year. While I deplore abortion, I am prepared to accept in her case that the decision was not taken lightly. The woman in question was raised in a Roman Catholic home, and already has five children. Her case is a far cry from that of the young female high-flyer for whom abortion is a smart career move.
Many visitors to this site are now questioning whether or not the future of nationalism is best served by continued allegiance to the British National Party. Some have already decided that it is not, and some have even helped to establish the rival British Freedom Party.
For those who are still wavering, I think it has to be said that something has to change if the BNP is to survive as the major nationalist party in this country. The question is whether or not change can come from within.