Sunday, 13 March 2011

Tory lies: AV & the BNP

"Mr Cameron...wants to highlight the potential boost to minority parties such as the British National Party."
Read more:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1364373/Tory-crisis-talks-threat-AV-defeat-amid-warnings-apathy-gift-Yes-vote-victory.html#ixzz1GT9cpLUL
 
PM Cameron is apparently preparing to outright-lie in his increasing desperation over potential defeat in the May 5 referendum. For the truth is the very opposite of his big lie. As I've shown in detail (See http://liberalconspiracy.org/2011/02/18/two-reasons-why-libdems-might-not-benefit-from-av/ & http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/why-vote-no2av-to-spite-nick-clegg-meme.html & http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/correspondence-with-guidofawkes-on-av.html & http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/veres-latest-smear-ugly-no2av-rhetoric.html), AV is the worst of all possible systems for the BNP. Which is presumably why the BNP are vigorously and paranoidly opposing it...
William Hague has already pioneered the big lie that AV will help the BNP: See http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/hagues-rubbish-arguments-against-av.html . Hague's position in British politics is increasingly vulnerable: one of the reasons why he may have to go as Foreign Secretary is because of his bizarre lie a fortnight ago that Gaddafi was flying to Venezuala, which was clearly calculated simply to smear Chavez. Does Cameron really want to start looking as bad and frequent a liar as Hague?
 
Cameron would be well-advised not to try to use the BNP card against AV. It will haunt him, if he does. For, once more: the truth is that AV, being a system in which voters can gang up on unpopular Parties, will help ensure that the BNP never gets elected to Westminster - and moreover, if introduced in local government elections, would lead to the defeat of virtually all their Councillors.

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"Mr Cameron...wants to highlight the potential boost to minority parties such as the British National Party."
Read more:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1364373/Tory-crisis-talks-threat-AV-defeat-amid-warnings-apathy-gift-Yes-vote-victory.html#ixzz1GT9cpLUL
 
PM Cameron is apparently preparing to outright-lie in his increasing desperation over potential defeat in the May 5 referendum. For the truth is the very opposite of his big lie. As I've shown in detail (See http://liberalconspiracy.org/2011/02/18/two-reasons-why-libdems-might-not-benefit-from-av/ & http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/why-vote-no2av-to-spite-nick-clegg-meme.html & http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/correspondence-with-guidofawkes-on-av.html & http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/veres-latest-smear-ugly-no2av-rhetoric.html), AV is the worst of all possible systems for the BNP. Which is presumably why the BNP are vigorously and paranoidly opposing it...
William Hague has already pioneered the big lie that AV will help the BNP: See http://rupertsread.blogspot.com/2011/02/hagues-rubbish-arguments-against-av.html . Hague's position in British politics is increasingly vulnerable: one of the reasons why he may have to go as Foreign Secretary is because of his bizarre lie a fortnight ago that Gaddafi was flying to Venezuala, which was clearly calculated simply to smear Chavez. Does Cameron really want to start looking as bad and frequent a liar as Hague?
 
Cameron would be well-advised not to try to use the BNP card against AV. It will haunt him, if he does. For, once more: the truth is that AV, being a system in which voters can gang up on unpopular Parties, will help ensure that the BNP never gets elected to Westminster - and moreover, if introduced in local government elections, would lead to the defeat of virtually all their Councillors.
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