BNP’s Nigel Christopher wows the crowd at Speakers’ Corner

Nigel Christopher of the British National Party recently spoke at Speakers’ Corner in London’s Hyde Park.

Nigel spoke about the Quran, immigration, foreign policy, and other BNP policies.

He also mentioned the housing crisis we have in this country.

It’s madness to allow millions of immigrants into the UK, knowing that we have a housing shortage.

The BNP believes in protecting the Green Belt.

Furthermore, the BNP’s manifesto states that a BNP government will make it a priority to stop building on green land. New housing should, wherever possible, be built on derelict ‘brown land’.

Here are more BNP Policies on the environment.

Nigel Christopher also spoke about the BNP’s policy on freezing all immigration.

Despite intense heckling from some of the biased crowd, Nigel did very well to get his points across.

Nigel Christopher wowed the crowd at Speakers' Corner
Nigel Christopher at Speakers’ Corner

Eventually, he won the crowd over.

In the end, an onlooker praised Nigel for his excellent performance and said:

“You handled it just right. You came across as sincere. These hecklers can get you off track and wind you up.”

Comment

Speakers’ Corner has been a traditional site for public speeches and debates since the mid-1800s.  

George Orwell (author of  ‘Animal Farm’ and the dystopian novel ‘Nineteen Eight-Four’) often visited Speakers’ Corner describing it as “one of the minor wonders of the world”.

Also, in the early 20th century, the suffragettes held weekly meetings here as they fought for the right for women to vote.

In 2003, well over one million people attended a rally against military action in Iraq.

Therefore, it’s refreshing to see the long-awaited appearance of the British National Party represented by an excellent speaker, Nigel Christopher.

The British National Party believes that criticism and dissent are essential in a democracy. 

Furthermore, we also believe that no belief system should be above criticism.

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