Wednesday, 2 April 2008

British National Party Says Back Boris


The British National Party today told their supporters to Back Boris Johnson as their second preference in the London Mayoral elections.

In an extraordinary move Britain's foremost racist party told their supporters to 'hold their nose' and back Boris  as the 'lesser evil' of the candidates.

The announcement on the BNP website stressed that although Boris is a bit 'wet' he would still be an improvement on another Livingstone mayoralty.

Boris' Australian campaign manager Lynton Crosby has been known for running borderline racist campaigns. The most notable of which involved spreading a false story about refugees throwing their children off of a ship. 

However, Boris' campaign has steered clear of these issues and has instead focused on youth crime. Boris also recently apologised for the racist comments that he has made in the past.

However, it is vital for all Londoners that Boris responds quickly to this endorsement. The BNP came within a fraction of a percentage of getting a seat on the assembly at the last elections. It is now up to all candidates to prevent this from happening again.

7 comments:

Toneytony said...

I noticed the Standard covered this as a positive for johnson. I guess they're happy for anyone to vote Johnson (and buy their paper)

Anonymous said...

and what about the far left green fanatics supporting red ken. i don't see ken condemning them quite happy cosy up to his crony

angelneptunestar said...

Boris has come right out and said in the strongest possible terms, no way does he want the votes of any BNP voters. ABSOLUTELY NO WAY.

angelneptunestar said...

As for the Green Party, Sian Berry has shot herself in the foot. Her career and that of the Green Party are biodegrading as we speak.

Lean on Ken and you both fall over.

The Tory Troll said...

Yes I read the press release. Somehow though I think Ken will be a bit happier with his ally Sian Berry than Boris will be with his ally Nick Griffin. Just a thought.

Stop Boris said...

Wow, the Boris campaign just don't know where to stop, do they? Comparing Ken to Mugabe and now comparing Siân to the BNP! Amazing.

Anyway, Mr. Troll, just wanted to let you know that according to Reuters you (who broke this story) are apparently a representative of the Livingstone campaign! I bet you didn't even remember being interviewed for the position.

The Tory Troll said...

I can't believe it. I will have to contact them tomorow. I published the story first and then passed it on to another journalist and so it spread through the press. The only campaign i ascribe to is the anyone but boris campaign (isn't that what it's called?) ;)

The Tory Troll will write a stiff letter...