Paul Weston: British Freedom’s 20 Point Plan

In the video below, Paul Weston, the Chairman of British Freedom, discusses his party’s twenty-point platform for setting Britain back on the path to fiscal and social sanity.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this clip:

Previous posts by Paul Weston:

2007   Jan   22   The Week Britain Died
        26   Britain’s Dystopian School Children
    Feb   2   Questioning the Sanity of Liberals
    Mar   1   Multiculturalism — Merits and Debits
        31   Is European Civil War Inevitable by 2025?
    Jun   26   The Big Story That Isn’t
    Aug   10   An Open Letter to Fellow Europeans
        24   A Brussels Perspective
    Sep   12   Democratic Europe R.I.P.
    Nov   2   The Coming Third World War
        21   Cool War — Warm War — Hot War: Part 1
        29   Cool War — Warm War — Hot War: Part 2
2008   Mar   27   The Face of Moderate Islam in Britain
2009   Feb   9   Wilders in Wonderland
        13   Who is Lord Ahmed?
        25   Temporary Peace Trumps Freedom of Speech
    Jul   1   Muslims, Mosques and Mosquitoes
        2   Islam, the BBC, and Young Children
        8   Review of “A Bridge Too Far”
        17   Socialist Propaganda in British Education
    Oct   15   Multiculturalism Has Destroyed the British Police
2010   Mar   16   Ethnically Cleansing the English
    Oct   7   Banana Republic Britain
        30   “We Will Hold You to Account”
    Dec   5   The Metaphorical Front Line of Islam
        5   The West Needs to Wake Up
        7   Land for Peace — Or Land for a Terror State?
2011   May   20   Why Is This Not Treason?
    Jun   1   One Week in the Death of Britain
    Jul   11   The Multi-Layered Betrayal of Britain
        29   The BBC, Breivik, the EDL and Islam
    Aug   7   Down’s Syndrome Babies, Sarah Palin and the BBC
    Sep   5   Clone These Men!
    Nov   27   The Totalitarian EU Tightens Its Grip
    Dec   6   One Rule for Them, One Rule for Us
        7   Muslim Misogyny, Feminist Indifference
        13   Interview with Paul Weston
2012   Jan   10   Racism and Media Double Standards in Britain
        13   How To Destroy A Country — Part 1
        14   How To Destroy A Country — Part 2
        15   How To Destroy A Country — Part 3
    Feb   20   “We Ran Out of Other People’s Money”
    Mar   1   NER Interview with Paul Weston
        1   Unite Against Freedom!
        2   Form Letter to MPs Who Endorse Unite Against Fascism
        2   Transforming Britain Into Lebanon
        12   Paul Weston: The CAN Interview
        13   Representing the Ideology and Law of Sharia
        15   Does Moderate Islam Really Exist?
        28   Muslim Paedophiles, Feminists and Future Civil War
        30   George Galloway, Islam and Britain’s Future
    Apr   12   Paul Weston at the British Freedom Party Meeting
        23   On Being English
    May   2   Celebrating Multicultural Madness
        12   Muslim Rape, Liberal/Left Complicity
        28   Saudi Arabia Buys Oxford
        30   Raceless Rape Exposes BBC Deceit
    Jun   8   The White Diamond Jubilee

12 thoughts on “Paul Weston: British Freedom’s 20 Point Plan

  1. I can’t disagree with any of the 20 points.

    If the BFP ever wish to form government though they will need solid policies, not just 20 points, and covering other areas especially including economic and social policies.

    Paul, you need to practice your autoscript reading and not be afraid to re-shoot all the little stumbles. They became annoying after a while. Keep at it, practice makes perfect!!!

  2. Where have we heard this before?
    Britain already has a Nationalist party – the BNP.
    I agree with every point Mr. West has stated.
    However, the BFP is fallowing the set dialogue by the very “Far Left” he proclaims to appose.
    It seems to be a modus operandi that a Nationalist party becomes popular and gets good numbers. Then, it’s attacked, attacked, attacked with name calling such as “racist”, “xenophobic”, “antisemitic”, bla bla, bs. bs.
    Then, a new “non-racist” party pops up and proclaims the former Nationalist party (the BNP in this case) to be “truly racist”.
    This pattern defeats the ultimate goal – Nationalism.

    The BFP will only split the already paltry nationalist vote.

    Also, by using such terms as “racist” and “Nazi” only strengthens the anti-White psychopathic agenda.

    I’d like to think Mr. West is a very bright man. But, considering I am of mediocre intelligence and can see the destructive nature of this party why is the BFP doing exactly what will defeat what they claim to stand for?

  3. Well, Having watched Mr Weston’s broadcast, what’s to object to. Concise and eminently sensible. Of course the socialists/communists/greens/marxists/progressives, whatever they might call themselves, know this as well as I do. But they have ulterior motives. The objective of such a party is not to convince these socialists of the error of their ways. It is to reach to the majority of normal people in our nation and show them that they are not alone, when they privately sense that their world is being changed for the worse by forces on the left. Mr Weston and the British Freedom party can bring a renewed hope to our nation, that we can free ourselves of this wickedness, if only we work together to do so. Long may Mr Weston and his friends continue the struggle.

  4. @Anonymous 4:03am – you took the words right out of my mouth. This 20-point plan is great, but it takes more than a great idea to start a political party that could potentially run the country.

    And yes, Mr Weston should really have edited this video a little better to cut out his errors and pauses.

    Otherwise this is was brilliant, and I want to see more from the BFP!

  5. Overall I think he’s made some great points and I’d agree with him on most if not all of them.

    Still this is the kind of party that Britain desperately needs right now to save itself from the destructiveness of the left.

    And although Mr Weston is clearly a Christian with some ideas as an atheist I’d disagree with, I think he’d make for an excellent PM. He could become Britain’s Geert Wilders or Churchill.

  6. The bit on centrism is surly the way to go. Stick to this verbiage, repeat ad infinitum. You are hitting the sweet spot, Paul Weston, you are a beam of intelligence in contrast to the political animalism and treason. I thank you.

    The deal is only this: The left wants power and will do what they need to get it.

    This message took YEARS for even GOV listeners to comprehend, so we need to patiently continue the presentation while more and more people join in.

    Repeat, what few still understand:

    Leftists are feigning to help, all the while taking power! Wake up people!

    ALSO, as you, Paul, have clearly noted, the purposes of the centrists ARE benevolent. And that centrists are not right wingers! Let’s take down this lie.

  7. Unfortunately the BNP have people high up like Griffin who in the 1980s were worried about Jews, afro caribbeans etc and denied the holocaust and so have a tainted history. That is why the BNP have not and never will get far hence the need for the BFP. The BFP are not against any background joining them. They also don’t deny the holocaust which Griffin did. The BNP should disband and turn over its resources to the BFP.

  8. You guys are a step, a step, in the right direction.

    Just some criticisms:

    It’s not a “US” style first amendment, it’s an American style first amendment. If you’re committed to ending political correctness, you may want to stop using the nonsensical gentilic “U.S.”, which is nothing more than an attempt to deculture me as an American.

    You also still seem committed to a redistributionist welfare state, but just for the British. You’re still a bunch of socialists.

  9. Anon at 11.37, to us out here in Not-America, and speaking for myself, ‘US’ and ‘American’ are pretty much interchangeable and not intended to cause any offence.

    As for deculturing you as an ‘American’, you don’t need to worry about us – you’ve got your own Commie-in-Chief doing just fine.

  10. I hope the fact that you can’t see the distinction between the two illustrates just how much you need to overcome.

  11. Isn’t it a little hypocritical to want to disassociate Britain from Europe, but to also refuse to disassociate Britain from the parts of the world we’ve claimed for our own that are still worth something to us? Surely if we leave Europe, we should also leave India, Canada, Australia, Africa, the Antarctic, and hand the seas around the Falkland Islands to South America?

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