Sudden concern over taxpayer funds

Daily Mail - A large-scale operation to police the BNP's annual Red, White and Blue Festival operation cost taxpayers £500,000 it emerged today, as 1,500 anti-fascist demonstrators protested at the event. A total of 19 people were arrested following clashes with police at the controversial event on Saturday, with four of them charged today. Three of them are accused of public order offences and one for obstructing the highway.

......Protestor James McCord, 19 , from, Glasgow, said : 'We're here to tell the BNP that their policies are unacceptable and to make our opposition to them loud and clear. 'As far as we are concerned they are neo-Nazis who are committed to stirring up hatred and division.' ......This year is not the first time the festival has attracted opposition. Last year about 30 anti-BNP protesters were arrested after clashes with police.

I'd like to offer the following to those violent protesters screaming and carrying on against the BNP, something I'm sure they enjoy throwing in our faces on other matters. I wouldn't attend such a festival myself, but I wouldn't want to impose my political beliefs on others. No one is for fomenting racism. But how will criminalizing and muzzling BNP supporters making difficult decisions to speak their minds in public be an effective means of achieving the goal of reducing perceived fascism and hatred?

I say, if you don't believe in or like the BNP, then don't vote for them or attend their festivals.

As for those moaning about the taxpayer funds being used to police this event I offer the following two choices. One, you should put pressure on these so-called anti-fascist protesters to not attend the BNP's various festivals and turn violent, that way there will be no need for the police to attend in such large numbers to keep the peace.

Two, you can always push for you and your fellow countrymen to have the right to bear arms and then advise the BNP members that you won't be protecting their racist (is that smearing enough for the haters?) asses anywhere and let the various rabbles at each other. Oh and if they want emergency room care after wards, they (as in everyone) will have to pay for it themselves.

If neither is acceptable, then I suggest you head on over to the local green grocer, tesco etc and buy yourself some fresh lemons and make yourselves a nice tall one, sit back and suck in the government you deserve.

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