The Guardian newspaper has revealed itself as the true enemy of Britain with a blatantly partisan and glowing article promoting the Real IRA and its desire to murder innocent people in this country.
Of all newspapers, the Guardian is probably the most visceral in its hatred towards the British National Party, and at last we know why — it is because that fishwrap is also the most overtly anti-British.
Whilst other papers are content with the usual headline grabbing, shallow, stereotypical insults towards British nationalists, the Guardian has a deeper, more sinister agenda.
In the past it has deliberately infiltrated the ranks of the BNP with its undercover journalists, pretending to be ordinary BNP members and then publishing confidential information, often with a desire to inconvenience individual members.
Certainly, the idea of objective, neutral reporting of BNP aims, objectives and policies would be quite out of the question.
Significantly though, similar attitudes are not to be found amongst the Guardian’s cadre of editors and journalists when it comes to discussing the activities of a small, anti British gang of murderers on the loose in a part of the UK (Northern Ireland), the Real IRA.
The Guardian’s Ireland correspondent, Henry McDonald, (Tuesday 14 September 2010) regales his readers with the news that the “Republican terror group vows to resume mainland attacks with banks and bankers now potential targets”.
Well that’s alright, isn’t it?
McDonald's readers are also told that "The one striking aspect of this encounter was that the person the Real IRA sent to talk to the Guardian was articulate, thoughtful and politically tuned-in."
Would a representative of the BNP being interviewed by the Guardian be afforded such flattery? Not likely.
In a Guardian “exclusive” interview, Real IRA ideas and policies are spelled out in detail: "Let's not forget that the bankers are the next-door neighbours of the politicians.
“Most people can see the picture: the bankers grease the politicians' palms, the politicians bail out the bankers with public funds, the bankers pay themselves fat bonuses and loan the money back to the public with interest.
“It's essentially a crime spree that benefits a social elite at the expense of many millions of victims,” the Guardian drools on.
That paper then informs its readers that the leaders of the Real IRA also threatened to intensify the group's terror campaign on all fronts:
"Realistically, it is important to acknowledge that we have regrouped and reorganised and emerged from a turbulent period in republican history,” an “anonymous” spokesperson is quoted as saying.
Giving comfort to our enemy, the Guardian quotes the Real IRA, who say their “support was building and they had turned away hundreds of young disaffected nationalists because they didn't have the capacity to absorb so many members” and allows a swipe at the British police force.
“From the point of view of republican communities, there is still a heavily armed British police force that casually uses plastic baton rounds, CS gas and Tasers, carry out house raids, stop and search operations and general harassment.
“There's still a 5,000-strong British army garrison, a new MI5 HQ in Belfast, and a British secretary of state. Republican communities are still subjected to sectarian parades and the right to protest is being met with intimidation and violence."
In giving the oxygen of publicity to terror groups who are likely to murder people in the UK, the Guardian has shown its true colours for all except the willingly blind to see.