Coventry British National Party is proud to be standing possibly our oldest candidate to date. Tomorrow, Betty Booton is standing in the city’s Foleshill ward, a ward in which whites, according to the 2001 census, are officially an ethnic minority.
The area is considered by the politically correct elite as the “ethnic centre” of Coventry.
Betty, a keen supporter of the British National Party, has lived through the Blitz and remembers a bygone united Britain that most of us can only dream about.
When the bombs of the Luftwaffe rained down on Coventry, the citizens dug in and fought. No running away to foreign lands, seeking sanctuary, for them. In her lifetime Betty has witnessed firsthand the decline of the country that started soon after World War II.
“It is a real honour that Betty has come forth to stand for the only patriotic party Britain has to offer,” said Coventry Organiser Tom Gower.
“It is almost symbolic that Betty experienced one foreign force trying to colonise our lands, and now she is standing in a colonised area where the British are officially a minority.
“Undeterred by the sheer damage the political elite have caused in the ward of Foleshill, we have always contested this ward and will continue to, if only to give the last remaining British there a voice.
“It is no wonder a courageous and honourable woman like Betty has chosen to nail her colours to the mast of the British National Party, and we wish her well on the day.”