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New Blog: DisAbled People Against The BNP

June 18, 2009

The British National Party are not just racist- they are every ‘ist’ under the sun. Unfortunately, they’ve recently been given the opportunity to share their unbelievably terrible views with the European Parliament.

A couple of DisAbled people, who wish to be known only as Harry Thomas and Cerebral Person, were horrified, terrified and disgusted when they discovered that, in response to the death of Ivan Cameron, son of David Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party, senior BNP member Jeffery Marshall claimed in an internet forum discussion: “We live in a country today which is unhealthily dominated by an excess of sentimentality towards the weak and unproductive. No good will come of it.”

Later, in response to comments made by others on the site, Marshall is alleged to have written: “There is not a great deal of point in keeping these people alive after all.”

He said that the comments were taken out of context. However, we choose not to believe him. We feel we have good reasons to be against the BNP.

So, we have set up a brand new blog called DisAbled People Against The BNP.

This blog was born out of frustration. We hope to use it to prove to a certain politician that we are not at all unproductive!

We have big plans for this blog, so watch this space! Whether you are DisAbled, like both of us, or you simply agree that attitudes like Jeffery Marshall’s are unacceptable, we welcome your support and are both very grateful for it.

Cerebral Person can be reached on

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  1. June 18, 2009 12:23 pm

    OK, so there’s little point from a government perspective of expending effort and wealth to keep the aged and the crippled alive. That’s mostly a true statement when it comes from someone who lives in a nation that is close to being welfare state such as the UK.

    It’s also a cruel statement.

    Also, the BNP is just more honest about their opinions than most others. Your government already quietly and stealthily limits the funds spent on keeping the the aged and crippled alive.

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