"Our position is that 'good fences make good neighbours' … we want to defuse the 'Clash of Civilisations'." This is the core message that comes across in an interview that Nick Griffin has just supplied to a Turkish news agency. The interview in full is an important and carefully considered statement of the British National Party's attitude to Islam and the Muslim world.
By Stephen Palmer – Dhimmi David Cameron has taken another step in his suicidal journey to hasten the accession of Asian Islamic country Turkey into the European Union with a meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan.
Leaked American diplomatic cables, published online by Wikileaks, have revealed the full extent of the danger of letting Turkey join the European Union and have described that nation’s government as “permeated by Islamists” and having “neo-Ottoman [empire] visions.”
The European Police Office (Europol) has warned that Turkey is the “most important transit” for hard drugs into Europe and is responsible for 75 percent of all detections of illegal border-crossings into the European Union, yet the ConDem regime and its Labour Party predecessors are determined to bring that nation into full EU membership.
Turkish membership of the European Union as espoused by political traitor David Cameron will avenge the defeated centuries-old Muslim attempt to seize all of Europe and will finally extinguish western civilisation on the Continent, the British National Party has warned.
Tory Foreign Secretary William Hague has announced his commitment to betray Britain’s interests at every possible opportunity through a policy of actively seeking Turkey’s EU membership, subjecting foreign policy to America’s interests and by increasing foreign aid to nations which he admitted will soon have economies larger than ours.
An insight into the insistent anti-British nature of the Labour Party has been provided with the contradictory assertion by Ed Balls that his party was “wrong” to allow mass Eastern European immigration but that he is in favour of Turkish ascension to the EU.