Earlier in the year, I asked, Does the South East have a Fascist MEP?
Well, one thing I wasn’t aware of at the time was that the grouping set up in January to represent the far right in the European Parliament is essentially made up of two groups. On the one hand there is ‘Euronat’, which is made up of parties like the French Front National and the Flemish Belgian Vlaams Blok. On the other hand is Ashley Mote and two others from Bulgaria and Romania as independents (although Mote was elected as a UKIP candidate).
Thing is, when I speculated that the ‘Identity, Sovereignty, Tradition’ group would be the natural home of the BNP, I didn’t know that indeed, the BNP are the British affiliates to the ‘Euronat’ group.
So yes, Mote is effectively allied with the BNP. I hope that any people in the South East who voted UKIP realise what they have done.
July 18, 2007 at 22:51
This magazine “Europe Action” must fit in there somewhere…
July 18, 2007 at 22:55
I seriously doubt it, Richard, having looked up the National Party of Europe, it has no presence outside it’s own website.
If there is more than 5 people involved in ‘Europe Action’ (other than just reading it), I’ll be surprised.
July 18, 2007 at 23:12
But it has a Hitleresque attraction which could catch on…Anti-American, Anti-Jewish, Anti-New Labour…but Pro-Europe and Pro-‘Socialist’…much like the National Socialist Party in Germany (aka Nazi Party).
I’m going to keep an eye on it…
July 19, 2007 at 00:38
It look like the BNP have plenty of sympathisers… just look at the comments on THIS
July 19, 2007 at 08:20
Richard, you do that, but quietly please. I think they are a distraction, and you have been deliberately targetted by them in order to make them look more than they are.
Ahh, Soames speaks, the unruly masses follow, eh?