. David Hannam - Musings, Thoughts and an Ethno-Nationalist Perspective

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

As Britons Face Mass Unemployment and Redundancies Figures Reveal that Foreigners take Two out of Three New Jobs

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published figures which reveal that foreigners take two out of three new jobs reducing the employment opportunities for the native British people.

As Britons Face Mass Unemployment and Redundancies, Figures Reveal that Foreigners Take Two Out of Three New Jobs

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have published figures which reveal that foreigners take two out of three new jobs, reducing the employment opportunities for the native British people.

The figures show that of the 297,000 workers who started new job posts between July and September 2010 only 100,000 of them were indigenous Britons.

This means that only a third of all new jobs created during 2010 went to native British workers.

The news comes as the ONS also recently published figures which showed that youth unemployment has risen to a new record high of close to 1 million as unemployment figures increased by 49,000 to 2.5 million.

There are now fears that with youth unemployment so high and high numbers of new jobs going to foreign workers, we are facing the prospect of a ‘lost generation’ of young British people who will never find work. This will ultimately result in an increasingly fragmented society.

The ONS also revealed that since 2004, the number of native British people in active employment has decreased by 334,000 but almost 1.3 million foreigners have successfully found work in Britain.

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development recently announced that unemployment could soar by a figure of 200,000 to soon reach 2.7 million. In other words this would equate to 9% of the population.

The British National Party believes that Britain will face increasing economic decline until measures are taken to protect British jobs, cease preferential employment of minority groups and stop the influx of foreign workers into Britain.

Britain is facing economic collapse because the economy is credit-based and has a decimated manufacturing sector.

The British National Party recognises that real national wealth is governed by its ability to produce, and not from its ability to create soft service sector jobs which are easily exported abroad in order for big business to benefit from cheap overseas labour.

Friday, 14 January 2011

Oldham Election Result - Lessons to be Learned

The Oldham result was disappointing but not without merit. Lessons needed to be learned for future reference.

A pre-election understanding of the area is paramount, otherwise we are essentially playing a hit and miss game.

This involves understanding both the ethnic make-up of the area in question but notably also the additional socio-economic constitution of the area.

There are major lessons that have been learned.

In truth we needed to experience this bad result in order to convince both ourselves and the general activist base of the need for improvement and introduction of more sophisticated electioneering strategies.

The next few months will be interesting indeed.

Friday, 17 December 2010

European Union Helps Everyone Except the UK

As British National Party MEP’s voted this week in the European Parliament, the BNP renewed its call for withdrawal from the European Union (EU) as more UK money is being used to fund poor, developing and third world countries whilst UK industry suffers terminal decline and massive redundancies.

The European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) is an EU body which administers a budget of €500m and its purpose is to help people suffering from being made unemployed and help them to reintegrate into the labour market.

According to the EU, the EGF was “created in order to provide additional assistance to workers suffering from the consequences of major structural changes in world trade patterns.”

In other words, due to the failed policies of globalisation many European countries face massive outsourcing of European jobs to third world countries as European workers could not compete with the low wage standard in the third world.

Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Poland, Belgium, Austria, and even the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) as recognised by the EU have all benefited from the EGF.

Recently, EU MEP’s voted on The Banana Accompanying Measures (BAM) in a motion whereby it was proposed that European and inevitably UK money will be used to prop up third world economies by investing €200 million to 10 third world ACP countries for four years.

In contrast, Britain has not received one penny from the EGF, though substantial portions of the EGF is funded from British taxpayers’ money.

As of this week, MEP’s, including our own BNP MEP’s voted on the following proposals to help other states who are suffering from redundancies forced by the failings of globalisation.

These include:

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in ICT wholesale trade in the Netherlands

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in diesel engine manufacturing in Poland

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in the automotive sector in Spain

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in the automotive industry in Poland

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in retail trade in Spain

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in the textile sector in Spain

• Mobilisation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: redundancies in the manufacture of natural stone products in Spain

If passed, these states will all benefit from financial help.

Britain is also facing a massive decline in industry and has suffered a high number of redundancies. The BNP believes that British taxpayers’ money should be used to help alleviate the hardships our own industries instead of being used to help others.

As an example:

• The UK wholesale energy industry is facing criticism of its pricing policies. Three companies – British Gas, ScottishPower and Scottish & Southern have all increased prices, hitting our elderly at a time we are facing one of the harshest winters in decades. We believe that any portion of UK money currently sat in EU coffers should be reinvested back into helping our own wholesale trade industry, perhaps the energy industry in particular in order to lower energy prices.

• Manufacturing industry. Considering the recent depreciation of sterling, which helps to promote UK exports, we feel it would be wiser to reinvest UK funds back into the UK manufacturing industry. According to Confederation of British Industry (CBI) monthly Industrial Trends survey for December, a balance of 4 per cent more employers reported export orders being above normal rather than below it. With sterling currently weakening, we should reinvest UK funds currently sat in EU coffers back into our recovering export manufacturing industry.

• Automotive industry. In 2008 the automotive manufacturing sector employed more than 163,000 people but two years later it was down to 116,000 - that's a 28 per cent cut according Prof. Garel Rhys, chairman of Welsh Automotive Forum. We believe that UK funds should be reinvested back into the UK automotive industry.

• Retail trade industry. According to a recent report by The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) the recession has claimed over 6,000 insolvencies in the UK. We recommend that any UK portion of EU funds should be reinvested into helping those affected by insolvency.

• Textile industry. According to Co-operatives UK, a national trade body, textile jobs in Britain are lost at rate of one per hour. We say invest our portion of UK money residing in the EU back into helping our own textile industry

Naturally, none of these UK industries will receive any help whatsoever from the EGF.

It is important to make the point that the BNP does not oppose help being given to fellow Europeans hit by the failed policies of economic globalisation and the inevitable outsourcing of jobs to the third world, we only oppose UK taxpayers’ money being used for any other use than its reinvestment back into Britain.

The BNP believes that Britain should withdraw completely from the EU to ensure that all British taxpayers’ money is used solely for the benefit of British interests.

David Hannam is a political adviser to Nick Griffin MEP.

Thursday, 16 December 2010

Great Strides Forward

Quick post, apologies to those who asked why the lack of posts.

Over the last four days I have been working with a team dedicated to improving our campaigning techniques.

Some very positive and groundbreaking structure has been put into place.

Thursday, 9 December 2010

U.S. On Course to Become Minority White as New Immigration Amnesty Bill is Passed

The House of Representatives has passed an immigration reform bill which, if approved by that country's senate, will legitimise vast numbers of illegal immigrants in America and will open that country to a general "back door amnesty" for millions more.

The law, dubbed the ‘Dream Act,’ aims to provide amnesty to the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of young illegal immigrants — if they attend college or join the military.

Incredibly, it has been revealed that even if illegal immigrants have committed serious crimes such as assault, sexual abuse, reckless driving, fraud and domestic violence, they would still qualify for legal status under the reform bill.

Support for the reform bill is widely considered to be a cynical attempt from Democrats and some Republicans to appeal to the growing Hispanic and non-white vote in the U.S.

U.S. white citizens would now face more competition from newly legalised immigrants in college admissions, federal loans, work-study programs and the workforce.

All of this would result in whites failing to take educational seats, loan rejections to pay for education, reduce their chances of participating in work-study programs and cause unemployment amongst whites as immigrants are pushed into employment.

Many employers are now faced to take part in the ‘quota hire’ system, which is essentially anti-white discrimination designed to push ethnics and immigrants onto employers.

2007 U.S. census studies revealed that the majority of white Americans aged 40 and under were non-white.

Nowhere better illustrates the perils of mass immigration than California, where an estimated 13.1 million of its inhabitants are Hispanic.

According to a 2006 Administration for Children and Families report, California had 449,200 families in California registered as receiving welfare. The figures revealed that 50.9 percent were Hispanic. A further 20.7 percent were black, 0.4 percent Native American, 4.6 percent Asian, 0.6 percent Hawaiian, and 0.4 percent “multiracial.”

This means that 78 percent of all welfare recipients in California were of non-white origin.

In 2008, the US Census Bureau released records which revealed that by 2042 whites in America would officially be a minority.

This mirrors the situation here in Britain, where figures from the Office of National Statistics indicate that whites would be a minority by 2066.

White people in Britain and America literally face extinction. The only hope of survival is that decent patriotic people stand up and elect good men and women to office to stop this colonisation process.

In Britain, we are lucky to have the British National Party fighting for the interests of the British people. Please do your part in the fight and support us.

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Employers Now Forced To Choose Minorities Over Whites

The Equality Act, effective from April 2011 will push anti-white “positive action” guidelines and is to punish employers who do not discriminate in favour of choosing ethnic minorities, transgender and homosexuals for employment.

The Equalities Minister, Lynne Featherstone announced last week the implementation of the anti-white legislation and it was revealed that employers who do not discriminate sufficiently against whites in favour of minorities and homosexuals would be ‘named and shamed’.

Positive action, which is in effect positive discrimination means that an employer who, when faced with two applicants for a job who are equally qualified, would be expected to award that job to the ethnic over the white applicant.

The positive action guideline is part of the Lib-Con coalition Equality Strategy designed to increase numbers of ethnic minorities and homosexuals at work, schools, the public service and the health service.

The strategy includes:

• Guidelines to help companies make workplaces "gay friendly". These will be based on forthcoming research showing why companies find it difficult to create a culture where homosexuals are made to feel welcome and valued.

• Broader efforts to promote equal rights for homosexuals, including plans to allow same-sex couples to register their civil partnerships in churches. Ministers will also champion the rights of same-sex couples abroad, and work to tackle antagonism towards homosexuals in sport and in school playgrounds. Efforts will be made to recruit more homosexuals to stand for Parliament.

Speaking about the Equalities Act, Lynne Featherstone said ‘It is about giving employers the choice to make their workforce more diverse.’

The notion of giving employers ‘choice’ was shown to be a sham when Featherstone, speaking at London Docklands, revealed that if the ‘named and shamed’ policy doesn’t force employers to enforce the anti-white guidelines in favouring minority groups, ministers would consider tougher action “including a mandatory approach”.

Under the Equalities Act employers’ decisions on choosing applicants could subject them to increasing legal action for unfair discrimination by rejected minority and homosexual candidates.

The British National Party would repeal all politically correct laws that serve to discriminate against whites. The Equality Act and Race Relations Act are two pieces of anti-white legislation that the BNP would repeal immediately. The BNP believes that employers should have the absolute free choice when choosing job applicants without the interfering of politically correct politicians and government.

Monday, 6 December 2010

Anti 'Racist' Groups Threaten Election Process

The leader of the French Front National Mr Jean Marie Le Pen has been acquitted of ‘racism’ charges after far-left anti-racism group SOS Racism had accused Le Pen of inciting racial hatred.

Their aim was to imprison the 82 year old leader, illustrating the fact that unelected third party groups like SOS Racism and Searchlight are threatening the democratic process by bullying, intimidation and threats of violence.

The French case was heard earlier this week and related to the FN election campaign "No to Islamism" which featured a woman in a black face-covering Muslim veil next to a map of France covered in the Algerian flag.

SOS Racism did not like campaign material issued by the FN and they attempted to have its leader imprisoned.

This closely parallels the undemocratic attempts to imprison our own Chairman Nick Griffin on many occasions.

SOS Racism has spearheaded a campaign to deliberately force employers into accepting more minorities into their workforces. The SOS Racism campaign involves sending two identical work applications to a prospective employer. One application with a name of French origin and the other an immigrant name. This bullying strategy has led to many law suits for racial discrimination against employers in France.

SOS Racism is in many ways a parallel to the anti-democratic third party group Searchlight in the UK. Like Searchlight, SOS interferes with the electoral democratic process by deliberately swamping the electorate with publications that spew outright lies about candidates.

The SOS group also has major ties to the PS Socialist Party, again mirroring Searchlights close relationship with the Labour Party in the UK.
Searchlight is a far left, Zionist funded organisation that interferes in the democratic election process.

Political parties are bound by tight spending regulations on what a political party can and cannot spend during an election. Searchlight is not bound by these rules and they swamp wards and constituencies with outright lies against British National Party (BNP) candidates with no accountability or spending cap.

To this day the funding of Searchlight remains unknown. Political parties are regulated by law and have to publish the details of any significant funding/donor income. Searchlight can interfere in the election process, spend what they desire with no cap, and still not have to account for their income even though they directly interfere in the election process.

United Against Fascism (UAF) who have extremely close ties with Searchlight have been involved in organised violence against BNP members, including attacks on a BNP members property and a claw hammer attack. Many of its activists have been arrested by the Police.

The BNP would like to ask the Electoral Commission why third party groups like Searchlight are tolerated with no accountability whatsoever, but are allowed to campaign in election contests without a cap on spending, the need to explain their funding sources or justify the outright falsehoods they spread.