Monday 8 June 2009
This is how much it takes to keep us down.
In order to understand how much interference there has been in this election and how long it has been going on and how well organised it was then read the article linked below ;
" Their failure to exploit these unique circumstances was in no small part due the mass mobilisation of opposition to them on the ground; a new politics of "Hope not Hate" forged beyond the Westminster beltway with unions, churches, voluntary groups, students and sometimes local political parties. The volume of literature distributed outstripped that of the main parties. Local "Hope not Hate" groups distributed 3,400,000 newspapers and leaflets; 1.6 million being hand-delivered in the North West alone, 850,000 leaflets in Yorkshire and Humber. On one day, 48 hours before the election, we held 180 simultaneous activities and hand-delivered 500,000 leaflets.
Over 50,000 people volunteered for our online campaign and 1,500 people donated. We placed anti-BNP articles in the national newspapers on a daily basis and our eve-of-poll email was sent to 600,000 people, the biggest single email in British domestic political history. We estimate that 5,000 people took part in the on-the-ground campaigns around the country, many for the first time in their lives. "
At the same time as we had the organised Left undertaking mobilisations against the BNP in alliance with the Trades Unions, we also had the Capitalist owned Corporate Media attacking the BNP in every newspaper, magazine, trade periodical and news channel every single day.
Along with that we have had violence, attacks on BNP representatives and ballot boxes broken into and votes stolen.
Fake leaflets were printed up by the Far Left in association with Labour councillors and MP's and issued by trade unionists using our name to attack the Gurkhas to undermine our vote.
These leaflets were then printed in The Sun newspaper.
We also had every political party involved in the election attacking us.
We had Blue State Digital, the Obama internet support team, were also hired to organise an internet based campaign against us whilst Russian hackers launched massive DOS attacks against the site.
We were denied the right to go on hustings, enter into debates and defend ourselves in public meetings.
At every level the Establishment applied pressure to undermine our vote.
This is not a democracy, this is a Banana Republic.
It took the combined forces of the Corporate Media and the Far Left to undermine our vote, but even then we still managed to take two seats.
That is a historic triumph for people power, and the start of the National Revolution.