Fascist Public Servants Exposed as BNP Chickens
Come Home to Roost -
BNP members in the public services should be viewed as infiltrators, there to promote racism and fascism. Their views are utterly incompatible with their duty to serve all equally regardless of race, gender or sexuality. Trade unions have been successful in kicking out BNP members. The police and prison service already ban BNP membership, and this should be extended to every other public service. Membership of the BNP should be a special case resulting in the sack. They are not a normal political party. Their aim is race war and the destruction of democracy, and they are more than happy to promote their right to freedom of speech as a smokescreen allowing them to operate and grow until it is too late to stop them.
For many years BNP members have colluded in a disgusting website called RedWatch which incites violence against anyone opposing them, publishing their opponents names, addresses, photographs and phone numbers. Several of the people named on Red Watch have been violently attacked by Nazi thugs. For the BNP to now bleat about a disgraceful act of treachery and intimidation against them is rich. This is the chickens coming home to roost.
Immediate action is required against those public servants exposed by this episode even if, despite BNP attempts to spin to the contrary, such respectable types clearly form a tiny minority of their membership. Those others named in the list not previously outed as fascists will also doubtless find life harder as a result they should be shunned and argued with, isolated from public life. Unlike the Nazis, we do not seek to physically attack those BNP members published yesterday. The key task for the vast majority in our society opposed to the politics that led to the Holocaust is to continue to form a mass movement that isolates and defeats the BNP politically. Love Music Hate Racism will play our part in that. The presence on the BNP list of a couple of music teachers and a small number of (mostly classical) musicians will particularly anger LMHR supporters and musicians. Music brings people together and at its best creates something new from the synthesis of many cultures. Music has long been a focus of resistance to racism and bigotry and LMHR is proud to continue that tradition. More comments from LMHR-supporting musicians will be published on our website shortly.