Once again proving that they are all one and the same, candidates from LibLabCon and Plaid Cymru have “united” against the only true opposition party standing in Wales, or anywhere else in the UK, the British National Party.
It was reported yesterday that Welsh Assembly candidates in Alyn and Deeside have “joined forces” to condemn the British National Party.
A joint statement was issued on Tuesday by Lib Dem Pete Williams, Conservative John Bell, Labour’s Carl Sargeant and Plaid Cymru’s Shane Brennan, which stated: “We recognise the right of the BNP to stand in democratic elections, however we all utterly condemn the division they bring.”
But British National Party candidate Mike Whitby has hit back at the comments, saying: “These four parties have identical policies when it comes to the future existence of the Welsh and British people.
“That is why they unite against the British National Party, which is the only party that supports the right of the Welsh people to remain Welsh and the British people to remain British.”
Clive Jefferson, National Elections Officer, was today delighted with the news of the "joint statement" by the usual suspects. Clive told British National Party News: "Thinking a joint statement of condemnation by the four traitor parties is anything less than an endorsement in the eyes of everyday people shows how out of touch these people really are!
“This story will be front-page news on Thursday in the Flintshire Chronicle, a local paper in North Wales that has traditionally given us fair coverage, and, true to form, has given our Assembly candidate and North West Regional Organiser Mike Whitby the right to reply.”