Wednesday, 29 April 2009

The Nasty Party

Rarely am I truly shocked by what I read in the press but yesterday was an exception when I read David Williams's column in April's edition of Searchlight. The article refers to the sad and untimely death of Ivan Cameron, the six year old son of David and Samantha Cameron who suffered from cerebral palsy and epilepsy.

What is shocking about David Williams's article is the quotes he attributes to Jeff Marshall the BNP London organiser and candidate who states:
We live in a country today which is unhealthily dominated by an excess of sentimentality towards the weak and unproductive. No good will come of it.

Marshall goes on to say that it would be a kindness to kill children with disabilities;
There is actually not a great deal of point in keeping these sort of people alive

Marshall is not the first senior BNP official to support a Nazi style programme of racist eugenics; Tony Lecomber who was until recently Nick Griffin's right hand man has been quoted as advocating, the sterilisation of the poor, the sick and the disabled.

Sick and repellant are the only way to describe these abhorrent comments...and these are the people who may win a seat in the European elections...they must be stopped.

1 comment:

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

Both me an Adam Price have a blog called the Nasty Party and the New Nasty Party...purely coincidental, honestly. My nasty party is the BNP, his new nasty party...the Lib Dems...even I feel sorry for the Lib Dems being inadvertently compared with the really nasty BNP.