Saturday, 24 October 2009

A rant that turns to love!

It has been quite an historic week. The BNP actually got on live national television at first I thought let them work away they’ll make idiots out of themselves but the more I have been thinking about it I now reckon it was a pretty bad decision by the BBC.

There are several reasons for this and the fact they are fucking filthy minded bastards is not one of them (but it sounds good!)

Now I am still of the opinion that politics is all just a big charade anyway so I reckon many people will be saying if it’s all a game why worry about it? Well for one the game can easily be hijacked and allowing Nick Griffin to have a public platform in this manner was somewhat of a coup for the BNP it has legitimised them in the eyes of their supporters and maybe turned the heads of many not so bright sparks who really don’t understand the whole process but like hearing how our collective mess could be sorted out (even if that is fantasy because the only thing that will sort us out is extinction.)

I am going at this one from two angles from an historical point of view and from the way we see and absorb the world around us and thus turn to politicians for answers to questions which, frankly, none of us can really answer.

The first point is very obvious but must be stated adequately for full effect and a further historical example must be used to strengthen my case. Hitler took power of a little known political party he took over and in time built a stronger nation. He used propaganda to assume his position as Germany was in a desperate position after WWI and he gave the people false hope along with jobs and immediate wealth.

Recently I was having a conversation with my cousins and they were asking about the meaning behind some of my more intense pieces of poetry and more importantly what could people actually do about the situation we all find ourselves in. I gave a quite extreme example of people empowerment which is the storming of the Bastille without going into too much detail the French people rose up in large numbers and in effect over turned the feudalist system of government under which they’d be governed. I said this as a simple example of how people power can actually work but then someone asked how long ago was it and when I said it happened in the 1700’s there was of course a lot of tutting. The reason for this seems fairly obvious to me people look at history like it’s some kind of movie or fairy story we are very detached from the actualities of the world and I mean all the world everything that has ever been. If something does not relate directly to the day to day that people experience, ‘erm daily (☺) it is dismissed and seen as irrelevant and this is the reason why we cannot learn from the past. We appear doomed to just repeat because we refuse to open our eyes to learn we must look back recognise mistakes and break the loop by amending them but what we’re doing is gossiping about how wrong everyone else is and not actually looking at our own misgivings we do this on both collective and individual levels. This just leaves everyone part of a system where by eventually the finger will be pointed at you because if you look hard enough for something to go wrong it eventually will.

The BNP are doing a similar thing they’re saying that multiculturalism is the reason why the countries are in the state they’re in, Why? How? People have been emigrating around this world from the very beginning of humanity this is not your country you’re not important enough to say you own anything none of us are it’s all on loan. When people move from place to place the settled natives get restless and jealous of the new comers it’s a very childish race we have inherited and I liken the whole thing to a great example of coveting I witnessed while working in a warehouse. A workmate would always get up while he was eating his dinner and actually look up the tables to see how much food the other workers were getting and he would make a big thing of someone else getting a sausage more than him I laughed at the time but it’s quite serious when put in another context ie they have more oil than us! We are truly very, very childish and the main problem is that we are not seeing that the past is repeating itself we know war is wrong but our little primitive emotions get the better of us and we throw a metaphorical dummy of the pram but in this case the pram is a battleship and the dummy is a cruise missile.

So back to the BNP they’re cunts I’d personally cave a few skulls with my own hands (so long as they were tied up and couldn’t hit me back.) and go Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah, Nah to them. This has all happened before guys and the main thing I am trying to say is Asian and African people are not any different to us and different religions and sexual preferences are no different to us we’re all in this almighty fuck up together lets help each other out of it please rather than kicking each other further down. Much love. Life’s too short.


  1. I have a worry that if we cut off their exposure that they will appoint themselves as victims and provoke interest. I think we should continue to expose them as vile and let them continue to alienate right thinking people

  2. That would be fine ordinarily Susan but if the social and economic patterns keep changing the way they are they will get more support and that's what I am more worried about, the future.