"Too often today, people are ready to tell us,
'this is not possible; that is not possible'.
I say, whatever the true interest of our country calls for, is always possible!"

- Enoch Powell.

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

On The Eve Of Battle

The Battle For Woodside is set to commence within hours as our brave candidate Phil Spencer takes on the Tories and Labour in a ward where local councillors are, according to numerous reports by locals, "Never seen".

Should our British National Party candidate be elected, you can be sure he will be busy helping residents week in, week out in Woodside.

In the area governed by Shropshire County Council the polls will be open for the AV Referendum, where BNP supporers are urged to vote 'NO' to AV:

Nick Griffin and the British National Party have a clear, strong message for you: "Turn out and vote in large numbers to bury AV on May 5."

Under AV, voters would be able to rank candidates in order of preference. If a candidate receives a majority of first-preference votes, then they are elected.

If no candidate gains a majority on first-preference votes, then the second-preference votes of the candidate who finished last in the first count are redistributed.

This process is repeated until someone gets over half the votes.

AV will not benefit the British National Party or any other anti-establishment groups. The only people who will benefit are the Liberal Democrats. If they get AV, they will have no reason to support a move to Proportional Representation.

Remember - how often does our Establishment offer us a Referendum on something that might actually HELP ordinary Brits?


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