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BNP Appears On Question Time (Sort Of) !
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Chris X
2005-09-23 14:02:14 UTC
Permalink
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.

http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533

The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.

The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood up in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
he was from the BNP and asked the panel in Blackpool the question:

"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the feet of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"

There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to provide an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.

Precedent

Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.

This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping hole in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.

Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.

Consistent opposition

The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which secures the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.

The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.

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Dr. Sunil
2005-09-23 14:03:56 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood up in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the feet of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to provide an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping hole in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which secures the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Chris X
2005-09-23 14:09:55 UTC
Permalink
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood up in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the feet of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to provide an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping hole in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected
representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which secures the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political
establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David Joines,
British National Party."

HTH :))
Diversity Isn't A Codeword
2005-09-23 16:18:43 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected
representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political
establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David Joines,
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Chris X
2005-09-23 16:24:07 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
Ian Bailey
2005-09-23 16:25:48 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
I don't need to. If this is the best news the BNP can crow about then
its got a loooong way to go before it starts doing anything serious
like perhaps winning elections?

Stripping all the propoganda away, good for you for saying what needs
to be said about Iraq.

Ian
Chris X
2005-09-23 16:30:27 UTC
Permalink
Post by Ian Bailey
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of
wasted
hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing
the
very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time
we
pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of
applause
when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts,
the
Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet
member
without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its
representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response
to
those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
I don't need to. If this is the best news the BNP can crow about then
its got a loooong way to go before it starts doing anything serious
like perhaps winning elections?
Stripping all the propoganda away, good for you for saying what needs
to be said about Iraq.
If only certain people in NuLabCur had the same courage ....
Jones
2005-09-23 16:28:25 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing
the
very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of
applause
when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts,
the
Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its
representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response
to
those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
How can you "play it down" Chris, he asked a question on question time, how
can you play that either up or down, it's what the programme is about.

The BNPs response in actually crowing about it, is interesting though, is
this really that much of a breakthrough for them, one guy in the audience
for question time?
Diversity Isn't A Codeword
2005-09-23 17:33:54 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of
wasted
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing
the
very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time
we
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of
applause
when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts,
the
Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet
member
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its
representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response
to
those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
How can you "play it down" Chris, he asked a question on question time, how
can you play that either up or down, it's what the programme is about.
The BNPs response in actually crowing about it, is interesting though, is
this really that much of a breakthrough for them, one guy in the audience
for question time?
considering all the prejudice and propaganda rallied against the BNP by the
NuLabcur supporting BBC, it IS a break through.
Ian Bailey
2005-09-23 18:20:49 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
in
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of
wasted
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing
the
very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser
stood
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million,
announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time
we
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is
always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing
that
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of
applause
when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture
Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts,
the
Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie
Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet
member
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts
of
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP
panellist
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected
representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response
to
those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained
have
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning
declaring
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly
demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political
establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are
absolutely
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
How can you "play it down" Chris, he asked a question on question time,
how
Post by Jones
can you play that either up or down, it's what the programme is about.
The BNPs response in actually crowing about it, is interesting though, is
this really that much of a breakthrough for them, one guy in the audience
for question time?
considering all the prejudice and propaganda rallied against the BNP by the
NuLabcur supporting BBC, it IS a break through.
Future historians, when writing the history of Britain's thousand year
reich will point to that edition of Question Time as the point in which
the BNP's path to power finally became unstoppable.

Ian
Frank Booth Snr
2005-09-23 22:53:15 UTC
Permalink
Post by Ian Bailey
Post by Chris X
in
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of
wasted
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing
the
very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser
stood
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time
we
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing
that
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of
applause
when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts,
the
Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet
member
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts
of
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its
representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP
panellist
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response
to
those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained
have
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning
declaring
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are
absolutely
Post by Jones
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
Yes, they'll try and play it down for all they're "worth" ! ;)
How can you "play it down" Chris, he asked a question on question time,
how
Post by Jones
can you play that either up or down, it's what the programme is about.
The BNPs response in actually crowing about it, is interesting though, is
this really that much of a breakthrough for them, one guy in the audience
for question time?
considering all the prejudice and propaganda rallied against the BNP by the
NuLabcur supporting BBC, it IS a break through.
Future historians, when writing the history of Britain's thousand year
reich will point to that edition of Question Time as the point in which
the BNP's path to power finally became unstoppable.
Lol!!!
Jones
2005-09-23 16:25:21 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that
the
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and
Local
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist
in
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have
paid
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring
that
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the
Question
Post by Chris X
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
HTH :))
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
The power that they have is such; that, they crow about getting one guy onto
a question time audience to ask a question, we don't know if the BBC knew he
was going to announce his party or not of course.

I myself would like to see a BNP representative on the panel, say once a
month, so that we the UK public would get to hear their views on all sorts
of subjects.
Ariadne
2005-09-23 23:39:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
You are posting like Bailey one more time...
Chris X
2005-09-24 04:10:52 UTC
Permalink
Post by Ariadne
Post by Diversity Isn't A Codeword
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
You are posting like Bailey one more time...
Feeling the pressure, AridAsshole ? (Snigger !)
Paul Hyett
2005-09-24 06:34:18 UTC
Permalink
In uk.politics.misc on Fri, 23 Sep 2005 at 16:18:43, Diversity Isn't A
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
What, and he wasn't immediately lynched? :)
Post by Chris X
Bailey, Ariadne and all the other zionazis and people who are absolutely
terrified of the power of the BNP(mostly because they support NuLabcur) will
not be happy with this great news.
I cannot imagine anyone in Britain being terrified by the BNP - in
national terms they are completely irrelevant.
--
Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
Chris X
2005-09-24 16:40:38 UTC
Permalink
Post by Paul Hyett
In uk.politics.misc on Fri, 23 Sep 2005 at 16:18:43, Diversity Isn't A
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
What, and he wasn't immediately lynched? :)
Despite the smiley, I've no doubt you'd be happy to see that happen.
Paul Hyett
2005-09-25 06:30:05 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Paul Hyett
Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Well, he did. The clue was when he started speaking and said "David
Joines,
Post by Chris X
British National Party."
What, and he wasn't immediately lynched? :)
Despite the smiley, I've no doubt you'd be happy to see that happen.
Don't be absurd - you know perfectly well that, despite my personal
feelings about the BNP, I've always stood up for their right to express
their views.
--
Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
Jones
2005-09-23 14:14:28 UTC
Permalink
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood up in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the feet of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to provide an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping hole in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected
representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which secures the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political
establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Yep he stated his name and party !
Welsh Witch
2005-09-23 15:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Post by Jones
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood up in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the feet of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to provide an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping hole in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected
representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which secures the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political
establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Yep he stated his name and party !
********************************
Is this evidence the BBC has washed the cloth out of its ears?
********************************
Jones
2005-09-23 16:15:42 UTC
Permalink
Post by Chris X
Post by Jones
Post by Dr. Sunil
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood
up
in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the
feet
of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to
provide
an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping
hole
in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected
representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which
secures
the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political
establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
I remember him asking the question, didn't catch if he was from the BNP
or not!
Yep he stated his name and party !
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Is this evidence the BBC has washed the cloth out of its ears?
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Well first we'd have to know if the BBC new how he was going to introduce
himself ?

It was a question that needed asking, and the BBC , if indeed they did know
this guy was BNP, may have thought, " well lets let him ask the question,
then they can't accuse us of shutting out the BNP ".

More interesting is the fact that the BNP feel the need to crow about one of
its supporters getting onto a question time audience, and asking a pretty
mundane question.
Ivan
2005-09-23 16:57:25 UTC
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Post by Chris X
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
Tell me Chris, David Miliband 'is' Mr Bean, isn't he?
Petronius
2005-09-23 17:06:26 UTC
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Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture
Secretary,
Post by Chris X
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the
Harry
Post by Chris X
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
Tell me Chris, David Miliband 'is' Mr Bean, isn't he?
Jewboy, y'know!


"It is fear that first brought gods into the world."
Chris X
2005-09-23 17:08:44 UTC
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Post by Chris X
Post by Chris X
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture
Secretary,
Post by Chris X
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the
Harry
Post by Chris X
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
Tell me Chris, David Miliband 'is' Mr Bean, isn't he?
Yes ! ;)
Christopher
2005-09-23 19:37:39 UTC
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On Fri, 23 Sep 2005 15:02:14 +0100, "Chris X"
<***@postmaster.co.uk> wrote:

I hope to see Nick Griffin on the panel at a future date in the near
future.
Post by Chris X
This probably did more for the Party than all the thousands of wasted hours
of anti-Moslem whining ever could.
http://www.bnp.org.uk/news_detail.php?newsId=533
The BNP made television history last night with Dave Joines posing the very
first question of a new series of the popular BBC Question Time.
The party's perfectly presentable North West Regional Organiser stood up in
front of the cameras and a television audience of about 8million, announced
"Prior to the Iraq war, Saddam Hussein warned that the soles of the feet of
his enemies would burn. Given the spectacle on Monday, is it time we pulled
our troops out?"
There was not a single negative response from the audience which is always
carefully chosen by the BBC to reflect the "diversity" of the area from
where the broadcast is made and not a single panellist refused to provide an
answer. All the panellists gave replies with the LibDem agreeing that the
troops should be withdrawn. The audience gave a good round of applause when
Dave Joines stated that the troops should be withdrawn immediately.
Precedent
Yesterday's panel consisted of David Miliband, the Communities and Local
Government Minister, Theresa May, the Conservative Shadow Culture Secretary,
David Laws the Lib Dem Work and Pensions Spokesman, Quentin Letts, the Harry
Potter look-alike Daily Mail Parliamentary Sketch-writer and Bonnie Greer,
the Afro-American playwright and critic.
This establishes a precedent that a BNP spokesman can engage with a
government minister, a Black spokeswoman and a Shadow Cabinet member without
protests from the far-left, riots from angry left mobs and shouts of
condemnation from an angry audience. It also blows a massive gaping hole in
the "No Platform" policy of the Labour Party where its representatives
refuse to debate with their BNP counterparts.
Hundreds of messages of complaint have been submitted over the past two
years by BNP supporters to the BBC, about the lack of a BNP panellist in
those programmes broadcast from areas where we have elected representatives
or strong electoral support. It seems that this is the BBC response to those
complaints and that the effort of all those who have complained have paid
off.
Consistent opposition
The question posed by David Joines was one on which the BNP has strong
views. We have opposed the war in Iraq since the beginning declaring that
not a drop of British blood should have been shed in a war which secures the
oil reserves of that country for corporate America. It clearly demonstrates
that the BNP is being taken seriously even by the political establishment.
The programme is available for viewing on the BBC website on the Question
Time page, then click on the link marked Video on top right.
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"There is only one start you can make, and that is a start toward being
England. A refusal to be a province of Israel, or an outpost of
Yankee-Judaea."
-Ezra Pound
http://www.bnp.org.uk
http://www.bnp.org.uk/policies/policies.htm
http://www.nowarforisrael.com
http://www.no2id.org
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Christopher
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