Zionist Neocons offered Nick Griffin’s BNP much-needed funding in 2007, but in return he was asked to focus on the evils of Islam and never criticize the banking system.
Where they couldn’t buy off established parties, they created their own, hence giving rise to pro-Israel groups like the EDL, Britain First and Pegida.
When Tommy Robinson created the EDL, it was started with its own Jewish section run by Jewish extremist Roberta Moore, who now runs the Jewish Defence League.
This is why there were always Israeli flags flying at EDL rallies.
This is why all ‘new right’ parties are ardent supporters of Israel.
This is why it’s highly doubtful that anything will change for the better with them in power.
Assuming the gist of his claim in the above video is accurate, what does this say for the other ‘new right’ parties across the Western world who have enjoyed meteoric rises in recent years?
Griffin has since been kicked out by his own party, and has tried restarting with another, the British Unity Party. At a time when it’s fashionable to pillory Muslims as terrorists, Griffin is – like his fellow ‘Nazi’ leading the Labour Party – showing his support for Hezbollah…
Which one is ‘nationalist’, and which one is ‘socialist’?
Also, compare and contrast:
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