February 19, 2011

Are The BNP Masochists?

Honestly; there are times when even the most vociferous and steadfast opponent of the BNP must feel the tiniest twinge of heartfelt pity for the poor, benighted, embattled “patriots” of Britain's Fastest Shrinking Party.

Like some unfortunate soul with an addiction to self-harm, they just don't know when to stop hurting themselves.

There was Griffin's splendid brainwave of appointing Mr & Mrs Kitchen to a major position within the Party. Unusual in that it was actually one of the few positions not yet recorded on DVD and available to aficionados of esoteric entertainment.

Or the curious decision, at a time when even their most faithful supporters are leaving the fold in droves, to alienate (and, apparently, to “proscribe”) the site of one of their few remaining disciples; the entertainingly disturbed Paul Morris.

They're even bleating about wanting to appear on “Question Time” again, despite the fact that the 2009 audience hadn't been treated to the sight of a man being so conclusively beaten up since Joe Pesci in “Casino”, and mounting evidence that the main people who'd love to see Griffin (or Brons, or Darby – it makes no odds) thrown to the wolves once again are their opponents.

This is a “party” whose leader, at a time when even the few remaining faithful are saying “enough with the begging letters!” outdoes himself with the slimiest, most craven, nakedly grasping and cynical missive yet. (“Monday was Valentine's Day. It got me thinking about love, in different forms”. Which, quite frankly, Nick, is not the language to use at a time when you're trying to make people forget about the Kitchens...)

And now, in an effort to demonstrate that they “aren't just a single-issue party”, they publish a hard-hitting piece on their Site about a scandalous misuse of public money during a time of swingeing cuts (Screen Capture below):



Very impressive journalism, chaps!

Except you don't know what “Pro Rata” means.

(Many thanks to “Wes” for the tip!)

15 comments:

Wes said...

Welcome! :-)

bnp ex said...

Thick as pig-shit comes to mind. Oh God, I sometimes find it hard to believe I was once a member of this pathetic excuse for a crap-cult.

NewsHound said...

EXCELLENT NEWS: THWARTED GERMAN NEO-NAZIS FLEE DRESDEN: -

http://www.romea.cz/english/index.php?id=detail&detail=2007_2172

(PLEASE PUT ON BLOG, KETLAN!)

NewsHound said...

STORY ABOUT A NAZI BNP POSTMAN: -

http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2011/02/474390.html?c=on#c264932

Landale said...

It is mindblowing that they are unable to understand the advert -

It's not £37.50 per hour but 37.5 hours per week for a payment of £19000 if the job was full time - but it's not it's 10 hours per week. So 'pro rata' for 10 hours a week would be £5066.67 per year! - I would have said 'per annum' but that like 'pro rata' is Latin ;-)

I only spell this out so the Master Race can understand it - after all they've coughed up for Boudica, the Truth Truck and now Alfred!

Can't quite work out whether the membership is thicker than the BNP's News Team - also it becomes clear that BNP News Team can never have had or applied for a job if they don't understand 'pro rata' - may be they should use their benefits to buy some soap and have a bath then may be they could get a job ;-)

ex-fascist said...

What an absolute ****ing scream! No wonder they can't get their books to balance.

Go on, admit it - you have made this up. Nobody is that shit thick...are they?

Barbara said...

OK, now the BNP website maestro has a dilemma. If he deletes the article it shows he reads Lancaster Unity. If he leaves it he is a laughing stock - again.
What to do?
It's the wretchedly exploited and abused members that I ALMOST feel sorry for. How much more of this can they take?

anarchist said...

They haven't made a mistake.

They've simply taken the 9-10 pounds an hour the worker will officially be paid, and based on BNP best practice assumed that they'll skim off another 28 pounds an hour or so.

John P said...

ex-fascist said...

What an absolute ****ing scream! No wonder they can't get their books to balance.

Go on, admit it - you have made this up. Nobody is that shit thick...are they?

10:27 PM, February 19, 2011

It's still up on their website at the time of writing.

anarchist said...

They haven't made a mistake.

They've simply taken the 9-10 pounds an hour the worker will officially be paid, and based on BNP best practice assumed that they'll skim off another 28 pounds an hour or so.

6:39 AM, February 20, 2011

Sounds about right.

anarchist said...

Either that, or the same person prepared this who prepares their accounts.

AndyMinion said...

All gone now.

Like it never happened.

You ain't seen me, right?

Landale said...

@Andy & Barbara - yep it's gone!

That means they're watching us.......

;-)

Anonymous said...

It could mean that someone told them...

Landale said...

Its back but still wrong!!!!!!! see http://bnp.org.uk/news/budget-cuts-what-budget-cuts-%E2%80%9Chate-crime-workers%E2%80%9D-paid-%C2%A319500-year-hartlepool

The £37.50 per hour has gone but it now say £19,000 per year for a 10 hour fixed contract.

The final proof that BNP News Team don't even know how to use a dictionary - or what one is!

They are seriously thick! probably I'm beginning to think thicker than the membership?

John P said...

Landale said...

Its back but still wrong!!!!!!! see http://bnp.org.uk/news/budget-cuts-what-budget-cuts-%E2%80%9Chate-crime-workers%E2%80%9D-paid-%C2%A319500-year-hartlepool

The £37.50 per hour has gone but it now say £19,000 per year for a 10 hour fixed contract.

The final proof that BNP News Team don't even know how to use a dictionary - or what one is!

They are seriously thick! probably I'm beginning to think thicker than the membership?

10:03 PM, February 21, 2011

When the original went up on their Facebook page, one of their very active members pointed out the cock up and had to explain it in great detail until they understood what the cock up was. One of the admins said it had been passed onto the web team and it disappeared so seeing the story back again with "“10 hour per week fixed term contract” for £19,500 per annum." makes my mind boggle.
It has to be deliberate.