Monday, 10 May 2010

BNP vote is up!

I am sick and tired of left-wing loonies saying the BNP is dead and buried when in fact the opposite is true.

Here are a few facts for you:

- In 1983, the BNP fought 54 seats and polled 14,000 votes.

- In 1987, the BNP fought 2 seats and polled 563 votes.

- In 1992, the BNP fought 13 seats and polled 7,000 votes.

- In 1997, the BNP fought 54 seats and polled 35,000 votes.

- In 2001, the BNP fought 33 seats and polled 47,000 votes.

- In 2005, the BNP fought 117 seats and polled 192,746 votes.

- In 2010, the BNP fought 339 seats and polled 563,743 votes.

As you can see from the General Election results the BNP vote is up 1.2% which was no mean feat seeing as most people wanted Labour out meaning they chose to vote Conservative.

Did you vote for your party or did you choose to vote tactically?

I can tell you one thing. Last year, when there was no BNP candidate in our local election, I didn't spoil my vote. I voted Conservative. It was a tactical vote which worked, just as this years tactical votes worked.

Sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.

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