Finally the true anti-democratic nature of the media is being made apparent by the media maggots themselves that infest the media.
Here the usual suspects have announced their intention to undermine the BNP vote in the forthcoming general elections - note who these people are ;
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, columnist and broadcaster ;
Mehdi Hasan, political senior editor for the New Statesman ;
Sunny Hundal, editor of the Liberal Conspiracy blog ;
Peter Hain, secretary of state for Wales, terrorism supporter
Weyman Bennet, leader of the UAF.
Can you see the connection between them all ?
Yep, they are all immigrants or the descendants of immigrants. It seems they are motivated solely by their own perceptions of being immigrants with naturalised citizenship status or being descended from former immigrants given naturalised status.
They therefore seek to attack the BNP for daring to give a voice to the indigenous British people in the democratic political process, which in itself is racist - as the indigenous British people have the same rights as all other communities to participate in democratic politics and organise political representation within the multi-cultural process.
Then we have James Mcintyre of the Zionist rag The New Statesman who Ian Dale revealed to be full of Zionist bullshit a while ago ;
And as usual we have a collection of sad, useless wankers from the Trade Union movement popping up out of their overpaid offices to attack the BNP whilst being paid by their unions to supposedly represent the interests of British workers, whilst they promote the interests of internationalism and communism in reality.
Why dont these collection of sad media retards organise their own political party if they want to participate in elections instead of using the media to undermine the democratic process ?
What with the NUJ attacking the BNP, the Media Barons like Murdoch and The Sun attacking the BNP - then why the hell do the morons in the left still persist in their asinine attacks on the BNP as 'lackeys of the capitalists' ?
The ONLY lackeys of the capitalists are those media maggots that work for the corporate media and the Trades Unions who attack the BNP and British workers as being 'racists' for putting the rights and interests of British people first.
There are few things as thick as a leftist and a liberal that cannot see that they themselves are the tools of the capitalist and corporate elite.
Journalists launch campaign to challenge BNP in run-up to election
Posted: 09/02/10 By: Judith Townend
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Campaigning journalists and media workers are to launch EXPOSE, a campaign aimed at "revealing the undemocratic and racist nature" of the British National Party.
The new campaign will tackle the BNP's "attempts to construct a respectable public image" and support media workers who refuse to work on uncritical programmes or material, the group announced today.
EXPOSE aims to brief reporters and news editors to help them challenge the BNP's statements and spokespersons in the run-up to the UK election, the campaigners said.
A launch rally at the Amnesty UK headquarters in London on 23 February will feature Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, columnist and broadcaster; Mehdi Hasan, political senior editor for the New Statesman; Sunny Hundal, editor of the Liberal Conspiracy blog; and Peter Hain, secretary of state for Wales.
"The political and media consensus appears to be that the way to tackle the BNP is to meet it halfway, by talking up tough anti-immigration measures (...) this conventional wisdom must urgently be challenged," said one its founding supporters, James Macintyre, political correspondent for the New Statesman.
"The BNP is not an 'ordinary' political party (...) So why does the media, including the BBC, give them so much time, space and opportunity to spread their bile?" added his New Statesman colleague Mehdi Hasan.
The campaign is also backed by the unions, with speakers at the launch event including Michelle Stanistreet, deputy general secretary of the National Union of Journalists; Pat Styles, national official for BECTU, the media and entertainment union, and Weyman Bennett of joint secretary, Unite Against Fascism.
"Journalists have a duty to hold up to the closest scrutiny the claims and activities of those who would foment racial tension and violence. The BNP's inflammatory rhetoric about immigration cannot be taken at face value," said Stanistreet.