Friday, 14 November 2008

Boston by election victory

A fantastic result in the Boston Borough Council by election last night, British National Party candidate for the Fenside ward seat, David Owens, romped home taking more votes than Conservative, Labour, Lib Dem and UKIP combined.

BNP - 279
Independent - 141
Tories - 119
Labour - 64
UKIP - 24
Lib Dem - 23

Watch the result announcement here

The daily papers today reporting of a "Shock victory for the BNP" not so much of a shock to the people that really do listen to the word on the street, the British people have had as much as they can take, they have had enough of the lies, deceit and treachery and are looking to the BNP for a real alternative.

LibLabCon are no longer fit for purpose, with "extremist" far left policies which looks after the interests of anyone and everyone as long as they are not hard working, law abiding, taxpaying British people.

“The BNP campaign was fought on national issues, and on immigration in particular,” said Councillor Wayne McDermott, the BNP’s East Midlands election officer.

No longer will elections be fought and won on local issues, the British people have real concerns over theirs and their childrens future.

Congratulations to everyone involved, this is just the beginning, we are sure of that.


Anonymous said...

A brilliant result.
The shape of things to come.
Thank you to everyone who worked so hard for this result.
I will have sweet dreams tonight.

Anonymous said...

fantastic result and shows the east midlands has totally recovered from the problems in the past. hopefully we will go from strength to strength