Since the elections, it seems we have a steady stream of people from the establishment flicking through the British National Party gripe list. Already, to name but a few things, we have seen ID cards scrapped, BSF dropped, (an albeit fake) clamp down on immigration via this alleged wonder-cap, speed cameras dropped in some areas, noises about some kind of voluntary 'national service'.......
......and not so surprisingly, just a few months after the General Election, we seem to be having a whole raft of "revelations" - (I put it in quotation marks, because the only people any of it is a revelation to is liberals and non-nationalists) - ranging from crime figures, immigration figures, racial birthrates, effects of immigration on jobs, the "merging" of Oldham schools....and the list continued on this week with figures and revelations about the immigrant crime wave, the issue of not being able to control Europe's borders, PFI schemes and Asian grooming of young white teenagers.
All of these issues, and more, are what the British National Party have been banging on about for decades - and totally ignored or branded liars, xenophobes, racists, "fear mongers", ignorant, economically incompetent, blah blah blah.
Boy, what a difference a few months make. I am sure it is no coincidence that these racial statistics, immigration crime figures, Asian grooming (and conversely, the Tories pushing hard for Turkey to join the EU etc) are only just coming out now. Why not before the election? Or am I just being too cynical?.