The threat of invasion against which our forefathers fought has now happened and even the things which were propaganda during World Wars One and Two — the raping of British women by the enemy — has come true.
This was said by British National Party leader Nick Griffin in a video interview today in Oldham during the day’s campaigning for the parliamentary by-election to be held on 13 January.
After visiting a war memorial in the town, still bedecked in poppy wreaths, Mr Griffin was asked what those soldiers who had fought and died to protect Britain from invasion would have said had they seen the extent of the colonisation of Britain today.
“I know what a lot of older fellows and ladies who were in the war have said, that that if they and their mates had known what was going to happen, they would not have fought or they would have come home and turned their guns on the politicians,” Mr Griffin said.
“When you see what has happened to large parts of Oldham, how whole chunks of Oldham are literally part of a foreign country, they may as well have been invaded,” he said.
Mr Griffin said that one of the propaganda issues put out during the First and Second World Wars was that if the Germans came, they would “rape your sisters and so on in the street” and that British men would have to fight to prevent that happening.
“That was the wartime propaganda, but it is the modern reality in towns like Oldham and scores of towns up and down this country,” Mr Griffin said.
“We are dealing with these gangs of paedophile rapists and I have no doubt if the men and the boys who fought and died in the First and Second World Wars were to come back now, they would be disgusted, they would be angry, and they would be with us.”