His hankering after old fashioned values led Allsebrook to lament the passing of the A-road Christmas tree in a poignant post that I must admit brought a tear to my eye. "I challenge anyone travelling to Nottingham for Christmas shopping to count the Christmas tree's between the M1 (J25 or J26) and the city along the main routes" he writes, filled with righteous anger. "My last count was Zero. Alot less people must be celebrating Christmas this year around Nottingham." Probably the Church of England's sick, perverted PC appeasement, Lewis. "Labour would call the ring of darkness around Nottingham "Diversity". I and others in the BNP would call this ring of darkness a zone where British Culture has been destroyed." Beautiful! A career in thinly veiled racist B-movie script writing awaits.
He's clearly a man who likes an old-fashioned night out. Enthusing wildly about a recent party fundraiser, he knows how to get the kids interested: "a great night out featuring speeches from the party chairman Nick Griffin and light and sound effects plus cinema-graphics." Light and sound effects! And... really... cinema-graphics! Imagine the punters' disappointment when they realised that this was what ordinary people call a film. Maybe Allsebrook was hyperventilating because Griffin cut him one of his dodgy deals on the takings? Just in case you didn't realise what kind of classy fundraising event the BNP put on, the main (and only course) was fish and chips. The fundraiser was part of the "Battle of Britain" series of events, clearly modelled on the Battle of Britain (i.e. with the Nazis getting their arses kicked).
For someone who is so keen that we all speak English, Allsebrook is candid about his own difficulties with the language. In a post entitled "It’s all White on the night!" he admits "[w]hilst I’ve always been strongly opinionated I’ve sometimes found it difficult to articulate my views orally... I still to some extent let my words come out in the wrong order." But don't panic, because Allsebrook has recently worked up to his "clearest and easiest to understand speech to date in the council chamber". Look, enough of this PC appeasing rubbish - if he can't speak English properly can't we send him back where he came from?
It would be an amusing joke if it weren't for the fact that this guy actually gets to sit and make decisions about how people in Heanor West live, opposing "politically correct" measures such as translations of council documents into foreign languages with the phrase "When in England, Speak English!" (Presumably when he visits Wales he will converse in Welsh, showing off how in touch with the "indigenous" whites he is?) Lewis Allsebrook is a local official for a fascist party and, whilst he doesn't have a hope in hell of getting elected to the European Parliament, he should be opposed wherever he stands. It is not going to be "all White on the night", thankfully, and he is going to have to get used to it.