Dear Jayda

BF Jayda Dudley speeches 3We’re really grateful to this follower who also happens to be something of an expert in ancestry research. There has been much speculation about Jayda “Dutchy” Fransen’s roots over the last year or so. There has been much speculation about her heritage – her degree of ‘Britishness’, if you like. There has been much speculation about the possibility that she may be an immigrant or hail from a family of recent immigrants to our fine, welcoming, multicultural society. Now we can all stop speculating and start ‘knowing’, thanks to the painstaking research of one of EBF’s dedicated followers.

So, without further ado we invite you to boil the kettle, make a nice hot cup of tea, put your feet up and read this wonderful open letter to Miss Jayda Fransen, a British citizen of distinctly foreign heritage…

Dear Jayda

You don’t deserve this. You don’t deserve my time, my energy or this gift. But I am going to give this to you anyway because as the adage goes; you don’t always get what you deserve.

I am a family history enthusiast. I am an amateur but after 10 years enjoying this hobby, I’m pretty good at it. I started following Exposing Britain First about a year ago and something struck me. Your surname. I’ve been studying family history now for long enough to suspect that you aren’t completely British. Fransen is not a British name. So I decided to have a little dig around. All the records I researched are in the public domain. You can look for yourself if you like.

Your family history is rich and I have to confess I am jealous. So far in my ancestry I have found no-one (and my “tree” is over one thousand people strong) who isn’t English. I am the product of an endless stream of Agricultural Labourers. I remember finding a shop-keeper once – and dancing round the room in delight. I am unremittingly English, through ten generations. Your family history on the other hand is exciting and shows tremendous courage and vibrancy. It is rooted in the East End of London. As now, the East End has always been a melting pot of cultures, religions and immigrants. It’s where people new to this country often start their lives.

Let’s start with your paternal grandparents; John Joseph Fransen, or rather Jan Jozef Wynand Fransen. Born in the Netherlands in 1927, Jan came to England with the Dutch Naval fleet. 26710 Leading writer Fransen was in the Royal Netherlands Navy and based in London during the Second World War, fighting the Nazis when most of the Netherlands was occupied or destroyed. The name Jan Jozef would have been a difficult one to live with during and after the Second World War; anything the least bit Germanic sounding was not something to be flaunted or advertised. So he changed it to John Joseph, the name you probably knew him by when he died in 1999.

BF compassion EBFWhilst here, he met and married your grandmother, Elizabeth Mary Cotter. They married in the Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady in Lisson Grove. I can find no record of Elizabeth being born in the UK. Most likely, both she and her father, John William Cotter were born in Ireland.

John William Cotter joined the Royal Leinster Regiment in 1913, intending perhaps to have a career in the Army. He was discharged before the beginning of the First World War for misconduct. From the records it appears that he was incessantly drunk and insubordinate. I can’t find out how he made it to London but there are records that appear to show him in the Fulham Road Workhouse in 1922. The workhouse was the somewhat barbaric “benefits” system of the day; where those too sick or without work were forced to go in order to survive. Your ancestor was not alone; throughout your family history there are frequent examples of your family receiving support in this most degrading and undiginified fashion.

On your maternal grandparent’s side of the family, the history is equally fascinating. Your great-grandfather is recorded in prison in the 1901 census. His crime isn’t mentioned and the records are currently sealed but wait a few years and you’ll be able to find out. And then there’s his surname; Silver. The Silver family were highly skilled workers, polishers and cabinet-makers. Why would they marry “beneath” their skill or financial status continually throughout the 19th Century. Speculating, the Silver’s had Jewish ancestry and even in the 19th Century, even though they were surrounded by other immigrants and those struggling with poverty, being Jewish or of Jewish ancestry wasn’t considered to be an asset. Silver is an extremely common anglicised surname, usually from Silber. I’ll keep searching, not for your benefit but for mine. You have no idea how exciting and interesting from an intellectual perspective it is to research such a diverse family history.

Immigrant ancestry Jayda BF EBFI imagine you would rather this was not your family history. I would give my “eye-teeth” to swap your ancestry for mine; endless farm workers get a little boring after a while. I am very, very English. You, on the other hand, are not. You are a melting pot of Dutch, Irish and Jewish roots. So I wonder, not “Who do you think you are?” but “What on earth do you think you are doing?” Your grandfather John (Jan Jozef) came to this country to fight for freedom and settled here. Your great-grandfather, an Irish immigrant was supported by the English “benefits” system, harsh though it was despite being an immigrant. And the Silvers? The highly skilled workers who married beneath them, integrated into English society so that their children and their children’s children, leading right to you could be part of this country and its culture, what would they say to you if they could. Probably much the same as the good, decent people of Exposing Britain First do now.

I’m sorry if this has upset you and I am sure you will want to deny it. But stop. It’s time to grow up and start representing your incredible family, your diverse, culturally rich ancestry like most British people do. With pride. This is who you are.

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  1. “What sort of human being could revile anyone because of their ancestors?”

    The answer is Britain First. The person who wrote this can only dream to one day be as bigoted, egotistical, fascist and hypocritical as Golding, Fransen & Co. are.

    😉

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    • If you can call the article above is “vilifying” then you either haven’t read it in full, or can’t really understand the English language, or worse still you have an attention span that only lasts for one paragraph. Please read it again, you Peacock

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      • See, this is what happens when the comment I replied to is mysteriously deleted … by its author no doubt!

        To Mookie:

        The comment was made as a sarcastic response (hence the emoticon) to the original comment that was on this page at the time of me posting, at 8:00. As the poster has since removed this, and I only quoted a portion of his remarks. Therefore,I I was not calling this article “vilifying” rather the attitude of its subject (Ms. Fransen) when she comments or make a statement in the name of “what the people of Britain want”.

        I can assure you my grasp of the English language is more than satisfactory. I have an excellent attention span and, in future, I would prefer you to list reasons that you disagree with my viewpoint, instead of going straight for the jugular, and launching attacks upon my intellect and character.

        To clarify, if I ever met the writer of this open letter, I would be glad to have the opportunity of standing them a pint/drink of their choice sometime.

        Thank you for your comment, however. It was nie to be able to clarify and elaborate, although I am amazed I needed to do so! 🙂

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        • Our apologies Sonia. We removed the comment you replied to because the poster has been trolling the EBF blog for a couple of days. He’s been abusive and repetitive but above all persistently taking threads off topic to suit his own agenda.

          Consequently (although reluctantly) we designated him as a spammer. This means his future posts don’t appear.

          We’re sorry for any confusion and for the position we unwittingly left you in replying to a comment that no longer exists.

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    • As I see it he is asking the question of jayda how can she be so vilifying, and sarcastically saying they can only hope to be as bigoted (hence the wink smile)

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    • I am a professional genealogist (as opposed to an amateur researcher) and I take the view that nobody can be held responsible for who their ancestors were or what they did! Equally, people are not duty-bound to assume their political views because of who their ancestors were. I too have looked a little into this woman’s family background and I can assure readers that she is not an immigrant because her birth at Lambeth in 1986 is easily found, also that of a sister born in 1984, in the births, marriages and deaths records of the General Register Office for England and Wales,which are online at a number of genealogy websites. Her father was born at Lambeth in 1956 and her mother at Camberwell in 1961. The parents were married at Camberwell in 1983. Her maternal grandparents too were Londoners, one from Southwark and the other from Bethnal Green.

      So she had a Dutch grandfather, so what? One grandparent out of four who was born outside the UK doesn’t make her unBritish or of “distinctly foreign heritage”! I do not count her Irish great grandfather as an immigrant because at the time he would have been born Ireland was still very much a part of Britain. The amateur family historian is correct when he/she (and it isn’t stated who this person is) says that FRANSEN is a surname of Dutch origins; however, the Mormon website FamilySearch, which has millions of genealogical records, has 105 people of the name who were born in Britain, some in the 18th and 19th centuries and a couple called Martin and Maria Barbara Fransen who baptised a son in 1662 and a daughter in 1668 at Greystoke, Cumberland. I don’t know how far back the writer has taken his/her research but how can he/she be sure that the Dutch grandfather wasn’t descended from someone who was originally born in Britain and migrated to Holland? It’s not very far, after all. So she may have some Jewish ancestry too? So do several million people in the UK!

      Ms Fransen’s political views are irrelevant to me, I just wanted to set the record straight that to claim that she is of “distinctly foreign heritage” because of one immigrant grandfather is a distortion

      Roy Stockdill
      Professional genealogist, Dorset

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      • Odd that she acknowledged her Dutch immigrant ancestry on the BBC shortly after this was published though, isn’t it? It’s the hypocrisy that is at issue here really though. As a Catholic of immigrant stock she has a heritage of discrimination and yet continues to justify her divisive hatred by invoking the memories of our collective ancestors.

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      • While no right thinking person would hold a persons grandparents against them, the point is Jayden (to quote Al Murray “beautiful British name”) is the sort of person who does- a policy in Britain First‘s manifesto states: “Offer generous grants to those of foreign descent resident here who wish to leave permanently.”

        If you are the granddaughter of immigrants, perhaps trying to whip up hatred against immigrants looks just a little hypocritical.

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    • Actually, it’s not fabulous, it is misleading. One Dutch grandparent out of four makes her ancestry only 25 per cent foreign and to state she is of “distinctly foreign heritage” is distinctly inaccurate. Jayda Fransen was born in South London, as was her sister and both their parents. The maternal grandparents too were Londoners. Nor does having Irish and Jewish ancestry make her foreign, since Ireland was a part of Britain until 1922 and her Jewish ancestors (if indeed they were Jewish) appear to have been British also. Ms Fransen’s politics are of little interest to me, but genealogical accuracy is! I’m a professional genealogist and do not care to see the discipline distorted to make some fatuous political point. See my longer post above.

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        • I cannot see why having an immigrant grandfather from Holland should somehow affect her political views. No-one can be held responsible for their ancestors, nor does it follow that the origins of their ancestors should direct or reflect their opinions. I am quite sure she is not the only person with some immigrant ancestry who may well share her views or have similar ones about other immigrants! I am not aware that she has tried to deny she has some immigrant ancestry, therefore I cannot see where the hypocrisy lies.

          The Duke of Wellington, sniped at in parliament for having been born in Ireland, is said to have commented “Just because you’re born in a stable it doesn’t make you a horse!” My own mother was born in Dublin but she didn’t have a drop of Irish blood in her because her parents, my grandparents, happened to be living there at the time (1913) because my grandfather was a musician in a theatre orchestra. My mother didn’t come to England until she was 14 when her parents returned home to Bradford, but throughout her life she always considered herself a Yorkshire woman and not Irish. In any case when she was born Ireland was still a full part of Britain as much as was London, Birmingham or Manchester. Too much can be made of such accidents of birth.

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  2. Well Done no doubt in our minds this Evil poor excuse for a human being will deny all the facts layed out here

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    • As far as I am aware, she has not done so; however as I have been at some pains to point out having one grandparent out of four who was a Dutch immigrant is no reason why she should not hold the views she does – which I have no interest in, BTW, I am merely pointing out facts as a genealogist. She and a sister were both born in London, as were both her parents who also married in South London. I had a great great grandmother who was born in Edinburgh, but does that mean I should be in favour of Scottish independence? As I’ve tried to explain above, no-one can be responsible for their ancestors, and equally there is no reason why an accident of birth should control or colour someone’s views. In my view, it’s the old debate about nature v nurture, and in my experience people’s and opinions are usually formed by their upbringing the views of those around them, rather than who their ancestors were.

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    • David, you’re a bit of an arse aren’t you? I expect that you voted for UKIP last week too…. “this twat” as you so rudely refer to the author is obviously an intelligent individual who enjoys his hobby and wants to share his findings with others, how he spends his time is entirely up to him, he isn’t causing offence to anyone and he has discovered some interesting facts, if he offered to take over the research of my family’s past I would be more than happy for him to do so….to quote Bill Richardson “Ignorance has always been the weapon of tyrants; enlightenment the salvation of the free.” Jayda and her ilk would keep you in ignorance…. happily I am free!

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      • He is not using his hobby as an hobby, but more to defame someone..That in itself is counter to being nothing short of sensationalist…Agatha Christie he will never be..But then again…

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        • “He is not using his hobby as an hobby” its “as a hobby” not “an hobby” lol id go learn English before spouting such utter nonsense, farage is typical champagne drinking rich moron with racist tendancies who decided to pretend to be a pub going beer drinking fag smoking “one of the lads” and only fools fell for it.

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          • ( farage is typical champagne drinking rich moron with racist tendencies who decided to pretend to be a pub going beer drinking fag smoking “one of the lads” and only fools fell for it.)
            Love this ….

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      • I don’t think defamation means what you think it does. It has to be untrue to be classed as a defamatory comment.

        Also saying someone’s ancestry is one from immigrants is easily proven. *shrug* So one of your almighty leaders, is descended from immigrants.

        Fransen is a VERY common Dutch name, which means literally “Son of Frans”. IF you do a quick google, its fairly easy to find.

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  3. Where is what i have said nonsense..We are all able to comment and you as yet have said nothing constructive to this post, merely criticising me in the hope of attaining some feeble limp brained Browwnie-Points!

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    • Where? Starting from your first post where you say it is of no importance. I see it as quite the opposite, it is a perfect example of how blinkered and small minded this person is, if they are capable of spouting so much hatred and bile towards others based on nothing more than their religion or heritage, yet at the same time being a muggle themselves!
      The next example would be me coming back in a century, alas I am yet to master either time travel or resurrection.
      And the final piece of nonsense would definitely be your over reliance on exclamation marks, other types of punctuation are available, you probably just need to punch your phone or keyboard a bit harder to get them to appear.

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      • Moron!
        The term racist is an absolute misnomer, in that it is totally illogical, insensible and irrational!
        Nothing is racist if it is not intended to be racist. Everything is racist if it is intended to be racist. Hate is not in words, its in intention.
        Maybe you are a leftist Muzzie lover that has no clue…

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    • Where is what you have said NOT nonsense. Apart from being THE most conceited poster on EBF you are an appalling misogynist, dreadfully rude to the women on here,opinionated and just utterly tiresome all round.With a surname like yours you should be especially careful of what you say on here.

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      • I know thousands of Muslims, and mostly they are tolerable. I grew up in an area densely populated with them, had them for school friends, and friends outside school, and am fully conversant with the Qur’an, so know all about Taqqiya..Look the word up you may be surprised or shocked, but you will not look it up simply because i have suggested it…You as several others that have joined the flock courtesy of mobiles mostly who see only a portion of this thread are the ones wearing blinkers!!!

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        • david

          I doubt you known thousands of Muslims but that statement is in keeping with the nonsense you spout.

          Your expertise on Islam is pretty limited to blogging a few grotesque Islamo-phobic websites. Let’s start with taqqiya – most Muslims have no idea what it means so it’s a pity you didn’t check this basic fact with your “thousands” of Muslim friend. Taqqiya is a concept that allows Muslims to conceal their religion if faced with death or injury. It is not a blanket allowance to lie about anything and everything. Secondly most Sunni Muslims are not aware of the concept because they rarely faced the type of persecution that Shia Muslims did, who used taqqiya to stay safe. Of course this perversion of the meaning of taqqiya is common amongst anti Muslims bigots such as you.

          Amazing that you have thousands of Muslims friends yet you remain so ignorant about the religion.

          When you read the Quran did you also study the tafsir to get the appropriate context and meaning of the passages in the quaran or did your expertise in Arabic and Islamic history allow you to understand everything you read?

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    • The term racist is an absolute misnomer, in that it is totally illogical, insensible and irrational!

      I absolutely refute the word racist at every turn by any one, of any nation, so i suggest you have a go at someone with less grey matter..There are a few of those reprobates on this thread!

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      • No, David. Its a perfectly valid word, whether you like it or not. You can take it up with Oxford Dictionary if you so wish.

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  4. Yeah, that explains a lot.

    I bet you think that its YOUR choice, when I can guarantee, that you are such a vile, horrible, bullying human being, that people can’t stand to be around you.

    Until you stop with the hatred and the bigotry, anyone with a shred of decency will never want to stick around for more than five minutes.

    My husband is a smart, intelligent, successful and decent man, with lots of people around him who love him.
    Who REALLY wins between you and him, eh?

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  5. Your insults mean nothing to me David.

    I have a masters degree (therefore your cheap jab at my IQ means nothing), have good job, a wonderful family, wonderful friends from an array of cultures, who have taught me so much.

    I’m happy. I don’t NEED to deflect my unhappiness to a minority group to make myself feel bigger and better.

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    • They are not insults at all, but merely observations, and being as i am expert in physiognomy it takes me two shakes to realise who or what type of people to avoid in life..You sadly have crept into that sphere of people!

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      • Considering everyone that uses this blog would be in such a category as that which you have just described David, what and why are you still here? After all should you not now be avoiding all of us, as you have said?

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      • So you base your choice of who to hang around with on their physical appearance which you claim to be an expert in? Or are you just throwing around a big word you heard on tv?

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  6. And I am pretty sure I shall sleep soundly that I don’t have to associate with people like you. 😉

    They aren’t observations. Any decent observation is based in evidence. Calling someone “slapper” or “stupid” with no evidence is throwing your toys out the pram because you can’t come up with a logical or valid case for your rationale.

    Its a defence mechanism you use, because eventually people realise that you are a jackass, and they get exasperated and walk away because they don’t want to waste anymore time on you and you think, in your own twisted way, that its a “win”. Well, really its not.

    My own recommendation is that you start to respect people (women, people of various religions/races or whatever) and maybe, JUST MAYBE, you’ll get a bit of respect back and people will actually quite enjoy your company and wish to speak with you on a logical level about your beliefs.

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    • David the definition of Slapper according to the cambridge dictionary: A woman who has sex with a lot of men…

      So I take it by your calling me a slapper that you have evidence of me sleeping with lots of men do you David?

      No I shouldn’t think you do… And why don’t you have that evidence? Because I have not had a partner since 2008 that’s why, so you see I am more of a Nun than a Slapper these days.

      And why no partner for so long, because the last guy I dated was a twat and an abuser not so much unlike yourself… It put me off, and I have become terrible fussy since!

      So David where is your so called expertise in physiognomy now in regards to your calling me a slapper?

      Maybe you’re not such the expert you like to think you are after all, what a shame.

      So could the reason behind you being so abusive to women be that if there is a woman you know that you can’t have, for whatever reason, or if say she turned you down… It must be very difficult to cope with those feelings of not being wanted David, so you deal with it by becoming more abusive and treating the person who has either turned you down or you know won’t have you like shit… It helps you to feel better about yourself and feel like a big man again?

      I’m not a psychologist and am no expert in such an area, but I would suggest you ask one and get their opinion.

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    • its “ofcourse” not “of course” again, you seem to truly miss that you are a moron and it shows, your simple inability to spell and yet keep defending you intelligence (or lack thereof) is astounding

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    • So… you claimed earlier that you were “frowns worth muslims” yet now you claim “they never integrate”. At which point are you talking absolute rubbish??

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    • Mr Boldock, I just have to say that I thoroughly resent most of what you say due to your overweening puffed up pride in yourself and dismissal of anyone and everyone who dares to disagree with you.Fortunately there are not too many Muslims in the UK who refuse to integrate,the problem is much greater in countries like Belgium, Holland and,particularly France where the problem of”banlieues” or ghettos is severe.

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    • Muslims don’t integrate? Really? Someone better tell the following then:
      Rita Ora
      Shaquille O Neal
      Kayvan Novak ..fonejacker
      Zayn Malik…1Direction
      Amir Khan
      Naseem Hamed
      Mo Farah
      Zeeshan Rehman…footballer
      to name but a few

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      • Jayne, all the umbelievingly irritating Mr Boldock had to do was to google the List of British Muslims to see 100s of them, many highly educated and distinguished and listed by very many categories. Sport,business and medicine would be bereft without their presence,particularly cricket and boxing, Nasser Hussain, Moeen Ali, and Amir Khan all household names.

        Isn’t Boldock now a troll?!

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    • they dont refuse to integrate, most of them have, you just refuse to see that based on the very small percentage of them that are either spouting hate based on religion (like many christians do) or those acting like a typical teenage chav, which is in of itself integrating.

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  7. The difference is that her ancestors became part of the British culture and the new immigrants are remaining seperated from it. The seperation from the countries they immigrate to is what’s causing problems all over the world not just the UK.

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  8. Family trees are great, I have been compiling mine for the past 14 years. It is a fantastic way to see how diverse we all are and not just our ethnicity either. For me the fascinating bits were things like occupations, some of which I had never heard of, so spending time to research that was great. I have myself only just scratched the service in looking further back and am looking at manorial records these days. This is much more difficult as the writing is often very elaborate and spidery.

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    • Kathleen,good afternoon. I did post a comment for you but I think it was posted before I was allowed back on EBF. Here it is as I remember it. ” I do hope that you will not think me condescending, patronising or sexist but from your photo you are a most attractive lady, possibly the calendar girl of the EBF!

      I should like to take this opportunity to apologise for my extremely intemperate and rude remarks about you and I will very much look forward to reading more of your excellent posts.

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  9. People who feel the compulsion to needlessly insult or cast aspersions shouldn’t be given the time of day. They probably don’t even care about the original post, just bored with no real life motivation despite protestations and fantasies. Funny little trolls

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  10. Why is ANYONE bothering to feed the quite obvious troll on this thread? Ignore the idiot. If the orginal article is true, it wouldn’t surprise me in the least, Britain First don’t have the brains they were born with, and the intellect of anyone who actually believes the twaddle they spout is clearly below that of things which spend their lives with their mouths open at the bottom of ponds.

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  11. I know it’s a bit late in the day but i have just read the comments after reading this article and watching the documentary Britain first.Great article,and the doc just showed how ignorant these people are.Talking of ignorance..David.B is a prime example of what’s actually wrong with this country,well done to those who answered him back,i can’t believe his reply included calling you “shallow”..laughable. How he describes himself as an expert on Physiognomy and uses that expertise via text i don’t know,again laughable.Stay off our streets and get back under your bridge David.B

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  12. She’ll say she’s not against diversity per se, only against Islam, so having the mixed family background doesn’t disqualify her from having her views. She has previously stated (and did on the recent TV programme) that she doesn’t object to immigrants as long as they love and embrace Britain, or words to that effects

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  13. The Nazis wanted to exterminate all Jews,I doubt she wants to exterminate anyone.

    The whole tone of the article appears to me laced with racism,the Irish ( I’m Irish ) part is used as a put down.

    The intolerance and viciousness of the replies are frightening.
    An Independant working class girl seems to have frightened a lot of people.

    Argue your point but don’t attack her background or appearance.

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  14. I just looked up the meaning of the word biffer and am surprised you would use it.

    It kind of makes my point about the vicious nature of the responses.

    Britain First wouldn’t like me and I don’t want to find myself as their defender but where do they state they want to exterminate Muslims and surely that would be against the law.

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    • Oh dear. Have a look around this blog especially the PDFs in the resources section. Perhaps then you might understand why we oppose them so vehemently. These people are neo-nazis, many of whose tactics are straight out of Mein Kampf and Der Sturmer.

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  15. Oppose them vehemently away but using words like biffer isint doing that.

    You are trying to demean this woman for daring to have an opinion.

    Argue with her with logic and reason don’t bring her looks or gender into it.

    We have no working class women in politics and its a shame,a genuine one crops up and her gender is questioned,she is vilified called a ” biffer ” all this will do is put off other young women.

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  16. Fransen reminds me of an Irish TD Clare Daly,both are brave and articulate.

    If you want a laugh listen to Clare Daly on Obamas visit to Ireland.

    Its on Youtube under Clare Daly Obama,its around 5 minutes long and brilliant.

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  17. Are you not doing the exact same thing as Britain First, in highlighting her ancestry as an issue.
    As for her Irish ancestors, they came here at a time when all of Ireland was considered a part of Britain.
    Also, you mention her Jewish ancestors, but being Jewish highlights only their religious affiliation. There have been Jews in the UK since the days of the Vikings landing on these shores, and possibly even before that.
    I’m a little puzzled as to the point of the article, unless it was to illustrate that you were as racist as her?

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    • They’re not highlighting as an issue. You’ll find folks around here do not care for such things. They’re highlighting it because she and her ilk screech anti-immigration propaganda, which is ironic because she’s only here in England because her grandparents immigrated here.

      In fact, the same could be said to all of us far back in history. Way to cheapen the meaning of the word “racist” by the way.

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  18. What is she doing? Trying to protect Britain from a supremicist, homophobic, theofascist cult which has already created shariah no go zones in working class parts of Britain. The real question is why you are defending scum like Anjem Choudery (confronted by Ms. Fransen) and why you are doing do. I guess Saudi money buys a lot of traitors.

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    • By the way, I did not choose the avatar beside my name – it was assigned by this site. If that doesn’t show the site’s attempt to paint opposers of islamofascism as Nazis, nothing will.

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    • How on earth is facilitating marches in places where they’re not wanted protecting Britain from extremists? I doubt the extremists are cowering in fear of the 100 or so vacuous mob that march in the streets from time to time, chanting and holding banners stating their disapproval of mosques being built.

      Hasn’t the no go zones already been debunked? Tell me a place that you believe to be a no go zone. The rest of your comment is just presumptuous nonsense.

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    • That’s quite the leaps and bounds logic you’ve used there. If you’re going to provide numbers that show what an unpleasant place London is (of all the cities i’ve traveled to, I’d certainly rank it as one of the worst too, but not because there are ostensibly Mohammeds lurking about committing crimes), then you should also provide numbers that Mohammeds are responsible for those dreadful statistics, otherwise one is to assume you’re just making it up to confirm your own bias.

      Evidence, mate. Evidence. I know it’s protocol for BF and their band of merry men to forgo evidence, but without it, the rest of us will call bullshit. The burden of proof is upon you.

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    • I’d just like to add something else: it’s ironic that you persecute a minority of peoples in the UK, when you yourself would be target of such persecution too. I don’t know if you’re familiar with Nigel Farage (BF supporters tend to revere him too) and UKIP, but his disdain for Romanian people is on record, something he and his supporters are very vocal about. You yourself would be blamed for high crime rate just because of your place of birth. That’s, unfortunately, generalisation for you, something UKIP and BF all know too well.

      Sometimes, victims of bullies become a bully themselves, perhaps to feel the superiority that their tormentors felt, or maybe because they’re not strong enough to tackle problems head on and divert the blame elsewhere. I wonder if that rings true for prejudice too?

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  19. You should treat David Boldock like the pimple that he is. Just resist the urge to squeeze that ugly little thing, if you can ignore it it’ll fade away in a day or two. Keep picking at it and you’ll never get rid of the thing.

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  20. I do not get this, I have been once watched a footage with Jayda and she mentioned by herself that what they’re looking for in Britain first is not some sort of a “long bloodline of a true Brits” but they demand unremittingly a full integration and respect from Islamic community which Britain not always accept. She mentioned by herself that she’s a granddaughter of an immigrant and what’s turning her family to a British family is their process of integration. Instead of speaking about her as a fascist why won’t you interrogate anjem chudary, the most nutritious preacher of hate of Islamic extremism in Britain? You are the hypocritic not Jayda fransen.

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    • Yet, they’ve also said they would implement a ban on islam in the UK.Seems her own policies contradict her.

      You’re a bit behind, Anjem Choudary is on trial. Contrary to right wing belief, the police do do their job and arrest anyone who breaks the law. I don’t understand why you biffers infer that because we oppose BF, therefore we support Anjem Choudary/Islamic extremism or don’t question it (we do)? I’ve asked many a biffer why they spout this illogical nonsense, but none have ever answered. Perhaps you can be the one to shed light?

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