October 16, 2010

Conspiracy-Think And The Far-Right (an obviously State-Sanctioned article)


It's all true. Just look at the eye...

I'm not a great believer in Conspiracy Theories, no matter how widely they may be believed. I'm perfectly content, for example, that the World Trade Centre was destroyed by murderous Islamist terrorists, and not by a secret cabal of oil producers in control of their uncomplicated puppet, George W Bush. Furthermore, I'm willing to accept that Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the moon, and that he didn't just wander (very slowly) around a tv set in Area 51. I even subscribe, after a few glasses of wine, to the bizarre notion that Leonardo da Vinci was just a Very, Very Clever Bloke – but he wasn't the head of a secret society dedicated to protecting the sacred identity of Jesus' Great, Great, Great, Great (etc...) Grandchild.

And call me na├»ve, but I get genuinely confused by the accusations that various people on the Left or the Far-Right are “State”, or “Plants”, or “Working For The Man” or whatever.

Take Weyman Bennett. I don't know the fellow, and may well be entirely wrong, but I'm guessing that the ultra-Left Wing, Socialist Worker Party-linked UAF Joint Secretary probably isn't actually in the pay of old Etonian, ideological Tory David Cameron. No matter how many Tesco vouchers he's offered.

It's a guiding principle of BNP-Think, however, that Bennett is protected by the State, and sent out at the behest of his Masters in Whitehall to harry the poor Nazis freely, while the massed police services of the Nation turn a blind eye to his shenanigans.

Even the inconvenient fact that he's recently been arrested doesn't quell their outrage – “it's evidently just a ploy to throw us off the scent”, they'll darkly mutter.

In fact, by the tenets of Conspiracy Think, the legal System is damned if it does and damned if it doesn't: If Bennett gets acquitted, it's clear proof of his working for MI5. He's found guilty, and the brutal Stalinist state has sacrificed another one of their own.

Anyway: For what my opinion's worth (which really isn't much, as such an obvious State Agent), I'm perfectly happy to believe that Mr Bennett is neither a State Operative, in the pay of Cameron or even a potential replacement for James Bond. Even if they were looking for a particularly shouty replacement with a whiff of the pie shop about him.

State Plant or employee of Searchlight?

Oh yes. Searchlight.

To listen to the paranoid blether of the Far-Right, one would imagine that the anti fascist magazine was, at the very least, based deep within the heart of an extinct volcano in Ilford, that Publisher Gerry Gable wears Mao jackets and strokes a Persian cat in moments of stress and that Editor Nick Lowles is a seven foot tall henchman with razor-sharp steel teeth.

Then, of course, there are the ever-growing list of those who've left or (as is more common) been thrown out of the BNP over the last few months.

Richard Barnbrook: One day he's celebrated as a hardworking, valued member of the Party's higher echelons, the next he's an incompetent wastrel with an unhealthy penchant for fine wines, whose career highlight was an iffy attempt at arthouse cinema. It was a matter of hours before posts were appearing on certain talkboards whispering of dark pacts with everyone from MI5 and Searchlight to the Freemasons and (while we're at it) possibly Mossad, the Knights Templar and Slytherin House.

Michael Barnbrook: Just a few weeks ago he's a “Super Activist” and “The BNP's Sleazebuster”. Now there's open chatter of State Involvement. I may deplore the man's politics, but I'm guessing that the sum extent of his State Involvement is drawing his Police Pension.

As with the Barnbrooks, so with Butler, Collett, Bennett, Rose, etc, etc: There's a pattern here. So long as someone stays in Griffin's good books, they can do no wrong. The moment they step out of line, it's time for a terse letter from Clive Jefferson's Speak n' Spell, and the rumours begin of brown envelopes stuffed with Vouchers handed over on park benches by an elderly gentleman who possibly should have rethought his moustache in about 1976.

And then, of course, there's Griffin himself. To his shrinking band of Loyalists he's the chosen one – the One-Eyed King of the Land of the Blind. A White (sorry: “Civic”) Nationalist Moses destined to lead his people out of bondage (once they've got over the current, pesky, Forty Years In The Wilderness bit).

To the expelled, the “Reformers” and those even further to the Right, he's a Long-Term State Plant, dedicated to the destruction from within of a once-great patriotic party. There are sites devoted to conspiracies around his supposed recruitment at Cambridge (Burgess, Philby, McLean, Blunt and Griffin? No smoke without fire, etc...), his familial connections to Freemasonry (an outfit who, it must be said, have brought all their endless starring roles in conspiracy theories upon themselves. If you deliberately set out to be as mad, elitist and secretive as the Masons you're kind of begging for it...) and his past record of having buggered up the NF.

The thought that he may be just a cheap, chiselling, fraudster and conman who preys mercilessly on his gullible (and often elderly) followers and has a uniquely vile outlook on just about everything, and whose current motivation is most likely a mortal terror of having his collar felt when the real accounts are examined, thus losing a healthy EU pension and spending the rest of his days in disgrace and penury, seems, at times, to be the very last thing that occurs to the Conspiracy Crew.

Of course; by writing this, I'm merely shoring up his position as an obvious State Plant.

What clearer evidence could you possibly have that the Marxist, EUSSR-Controlled, New World Order-sanctioned, Freemason-infiltrated, Zionist, Xenu-brainwashed lackeys of Lancaster Unity are afraid of the Truth being uncovered, than to post an article so openly trying to throw people off the scent.

I'll pick up my vouchers this afternoon. Usual drill – behind the cistern in the first cubicle of the Gents, Belper Town Football Club, thanks.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Brilliant article. You have no idea the paranoia and conspiracy's are rooted in the BNP. Thank god I god out

Anonymous said...

Its very strange that Griffin has been alleged to have committed fraud for yrs by ex treasurers, anti fascists, even labour Mps,complaints have been made, yet the Police dont investigate.

Then theres his sidekick simon darby, 99 out 100 conspiracy theories may be false, that does not mean 1 may not be true, especially if we look at the states workings in NI, and against political extemists including labour Mps in Britain.

Anonymous said...

Believe me. the state are very choosy on who they use, and there is no way Weyman Bennett is in their employ, they do at least require a modicum of intelligence.

As for the pyramid on Griffins eye I believe that is usually used to identify those guilty of being Pyramid salesman, or as is more up to date Ponzi's. Quite apt description of Griffin really.


tulip

Echelon_g26 said...

OK Andy, there are no state agents in any political movement. Is that what you are saying. What of Andy Carmichael?
http://www.hopenothate.org.uk/the-real-bnp/A-Z-of-the-BNP.php

I accept that the now ex-BNP crowd who are denounced as "MI5" are not likely to be state, but that does not explain what has happened in the recent and not-so-recent past.

Why for example would a fugitive Italian fascist (Roberto Fiore) join up with Griffin? How did he know where to find him?

Why has the English mistress of Fiore's comrade in arms, Luciano Petrone, been purged from English language websites ( Searchlight included) and is only visible on Italian web sites? (Google "Imogen Lucas-Box"

Echelon_g26 said...

Oh, forgot to add....while not doubting the... " chiselling, fraudster and conman who preys mercilessly on his gullible (and often elderly) followers " remarks I am puzzelled as to why these matters are kept out of the mainstream media.

Am I the only one?

Landale said...

Andy, I hate to pull you up over what is another marvellous article. However, in your penultimate paragraph you forgot to mention the 'Body Thetans' who of course are behind it all; being associated with another nasty cult ;-)

donk said...

The more I see pictures of that fat c***, the more disgusted and repulsed I feel. I mean, he is truly gross. I never thought that looking at a picture could make me feel that I need a shower. Great article.

Anonymous said...

"What clearer evidence could you possibly have that the Marxist, EUSSR-Controlled, New World Order-sanctioned, Freemason-infiltrated, Zionist, Xenu-brainwashed lackeys of Lancaster Unity are afraid of the Truth being uncovered, than to post an article so openly trying to throw people off the scent."

You forgot Common Purpose and the Bilderbergers.

I do wonder at people who post on the mail website as living in France, EUSSR.

Bit odd that they didn't emigrate further away really.

Anonymous said...

The whole state-links stuff is overblown.

It's obvious that both the far-right and far-left are quite capable of fucking everything up themselves without MI5 involvement (the recent going-on's in the BNP and Respect in 2007 for instance). However, that doesn't preclude the fact that it has been proven that state-operatives have been involved at certain times in the past (Andy Carmichael of the NF was an admitted asset) and in ex-MI5 officer Annie Machon's book 'Whistleblowers' she details state interference in the SWP in the 1980's. However, all this needs to be kept in perspective as there is a danger of sounding like a certain (supposed) "anti-fascist" researcher who sees conspiracy everywhere and accuses just about everyone on very thin evidence.

People like Griffin will often blame State interference to cover up for his own failings.

P.S. No, I'm not Special Branch !

Anonymous said...

yes but lets not forgoet the NF bloke Carmichael who WAS "state".

Anonymous said...

Believe me. the state are very choosy on who they use, and there is no way Weyman Bennett is in their employ, they do at least require a modicum of intelligence.

LOL!

More seriously however I believe people get confused as to who actually is state. There are many examples of infiltration but naturally the individuals are not normally idientified and it remains conjecture but there will be numerous 'low level' i.e. info gatherers and 'high level' agents who seek to 'influence' or ala agent provocatuer a groups direction.

I think a greater proportion are informers i.e. those who joined with 'good intentions' but were turned/blackmailed into supplying info.

Of course its not all one way. A infamous Austrian house painter was once sent as an agent into an extremist party and ended up being 'turned' himself!

Anonymous said...

It is definite that whenever the BNP look like making a breakthrough they invariably shoot themselves in the foot, which MIGHT be deliberate. Or it might just be that everyone Gri££in employs is an idiot, for whatever reason. What's that old saying, "Never put down to comspiracy that which can be explained by cock-up" or something like that?

Having said that, is there any of us who would be surprised if someone like Darby or Collett was proved in a few years time, once the BNP have gone the way of all the other short-lived racist parties, to be State?

Anonymous said...

Having said that, is there any of us who would be surprised if someone like Darby or Collett was proved in a few years time, once the BNP have gone the way of all the other short-lived racist parties, to be State?

I think you could be right (especially regarding Darby), although I think the State's activities are probably just low-level monitoring and they are on the look out for potential 'David Copelands'.

Even if there was no state involvement the BNP would have gone down the toilet anyway with Griffin and Dowson in charge.

Anonymous said...

"Even if there was no state involvement the BNP would have gone down the toilet anyway with Griffin and Dowson in charge. "

^yep.

To be honest I'm just disappointed I didn't think of infiltrating the BNP myself. I mean, how hard could it have been? A sharp suit, some ambiguous utterances and just generally taking gullible desperate people who need to believe they're being opressed for every penny I could have got out of them...I could have made a nice little profit on that job. :-)