Sunday, 17 August 2008

Vote Green to keep out the BNP in Eastern

There are of course many vital positive reasons to vote Green next June, which you can find detailed in my blog, below [including in the post immediately below]. But there is also an important 'negative' reason, which I haven't yet discussed, and that I want to share with you here...:
Next year's Euro-elections are by proportional representation. Now, the Green Party is Britain's fourth political Party. But it is not only the Green Party that has a real chance at picking up the last seat or so in several of the nation's regions, next June. It cannot be ruled out that the far-right racist Party (the BNP) might also do so in one or two places. Which (us, or the far-right) gets more votes will determine which gets elected. It is as simple as that. The Green Party has at present two seats and is aiming to pick up at least 2 or 3 more, thus at least doubling our numbers in the Euro-Parl. The far right at present has no seats, and is aiming to win its first seats at Brussels, which would be an important advance for it. It must not be allowed to achieve that. A vote for the Green Party next year, in the Euro-elections, will in many parts of the country be the single most effective way of stopping the far right from breaking through into the Euro-Parl. In regions such as here in Eastern Region, to be confident of stopping the racists and neo-fascists, your best bet is to vote Green. If we get 125,000 votes, and the BNP gets 124,999 (it isn't likely that they will get so many -- but it is not by any means beyond the realms of possibility), then you'll see what I mean...
 
...It's your choice...

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There are of course many vital positive reasons to vote Green next June, which you can find detailed in my blog, below [including in the post immediately below]. But there is also an important 'negative' reason, which I haven't yet discussed, and that I want to share with you here...:
Next year's Euro-elections are by proportional representation. Now, the Green Party is Britain's fourth political Party. But it is not only the Green Party that has a real chance at picking up the last seat or so in several of the nation's regions, next June. It cannot be ruled out that the far-right racist Party (the BNP) might also do so in one or two places. Which (us, or the far-right) gets more votes will determine which gets elected. It is as simple as that. The Green Party has at present two seats and is aiming to pick up at least 2 or 3 more, thus at least doubling our numbers in the Euro-Parl. The far right at present has no seats, and is aiming to win its first seats at Brussels, which would be an important advance for it. It must not be allowed to achieve that. A vote for the Green Party next year, in the Euro-elections, will in many parts of the country be the single most effective way of stopping the far right from breaking through into the Euro-Parl. In regions such as here in Eastern Region, to be confident of stopping the racists and neo-fascists, your best bet is to vote Green. If we get 125,000 votes, and the BNP gets 124,999 (it isn't likely that they will get so many -- but it is not by any means beyond the realms of possibility), then you'll see what I mean...
 
...It's your choice...
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