Far-left, anti-English, racist pressure group ‘Hope Not Hate’ (also known as ‘Hate Not Hope’) suggests that the English Democrats may be stupid.
How stupid is Hope Not Hate (aka Hate Not Hope)?
In an article appearing on their website, the ironically named far-left, anti-English, racist pressure group accuses the English Democrats of stupidity for forming an alliance with other patriotic organisations.
Towards the end of the article the writer, Nick Lowles, tries to distance himself from his own views and has the cheek to say, “I have always said that the English Democrats is not a traditional far right party and it is nothing like the BNP.” This is certainly not the impression that anyone would have got from visiting his site, which still wrongly lists the English Democrats as a ‘hate group’. Absurdly he chooses to group them with a banned Islamist organisation with links to terrorism ‘Al-Muhajiroun’ and of course any other political party or organisation that represents the English or British people, because after all he has always consistently campaigned against the best interests of the English and British people.
Perhaps, what Nick Lowles really fears is that those on what is sometimes referred to as ‘the right’ are beginning to unify for the sake of saving the country from far-left extremist organisations like his own and are putting their minor differences to one side and that he may one day be held to account for his traitorous behaviour, should a party come to power that puts the interests of the British people first in their own country.
‘Hope Not Hate’ creates Hate Not Hope
Despite its deceptive name, the organisation actually creates hatred and despair for the British people. It campaigns against just about any political party that stands for the British people, leaving them without a voice. Leaving them with no one to stand up for their best interests.
It is given credibility by hoodwinking mainstream media outlets, such as the Daily Mirror, into believing that they are a respectable organisation. They are not. They are far-left, anti-British extremists and racists. They are closely linked to a whole range of far-left communist and socialist groups.
It claims to campaign against ‘racism’ and ‘racist’ organisations, when in fact it is itself the most racist organisation of all. It hates British culture; it doesn’t want the British people to have the right to their own country. Its policies of attacking any pro-British organisation, which is against mass immigration, help to ensure the gradual genocide of British people in their own country. They are already a minority in their own capital city, thanks in part to the success of Hope Not Hate’s reign of hatred towards the native population.
HNH is also now targeting the ‘counter-Jihad’ movement. Does it not realise that this means it is effectively aiding the Jihadists?
The only people that they create hope for are foreign colonisers, child grooming gangs, criminals and terrorists such as Abu Qatada, by constantly attacking any group that will protest against them. Indirectly Hope Not Hate is helping such undesirable groups.
The Sunday Times wrong to label English Democrats ‘extreme’Digital Journal recently reported that The Sunday Times had to backtrack after wrongly labelling the English Democrats as an ‘extreme’ party, possibly after believing the anti-English propaganda of the far-left ‘Hope Not Hate’ organisation. Surely a massive backtrack is on the cards for Hope Not Hate when they are finally found out for what they really are?
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