BF: The next generation of British Nazis

EBF report August 2015 BF Nazi PDFYesterday we showed how the Biffers’ Deputy leader and ‘Press officer’, Jayda “Dutchy” Fransen has taken her inspiration from the work of Julius Streicher, the infamous, anti-Semitic Nazi propagandist.. Using a series of quotes from Streicher himself or his propagandist newspaper, ‘Der Sturmer’ we collated a short PDF to illustrate the point. That PDF can be downloaded here.

Today we’ve given the Britain First policy statement the same treatment. This time we relied chiefly upon policy pronouncements from Adolf Hitler himself with a few additional comments from the likes of Herman Goerring and other high ranking Nazi leaders. It was a real eye-opener, even for us.

Download our report and see for yourself.

We think it’s really important that as many British people as possible understand just what Britain First stands for and why it’s so important to stop them and others like them before it’s too late. As one German who lived through the second world war said (quoted in the PDF)…

“Suddenly it all comes down, all at once. You see what you are, what you have done, or, more accurately, what you haven’t done, (for that was all that was required of most of us: that we do nothing). You remember the occasions in which maybe if you had stood others would have stood too. You remember everything now, and your heart breaks. Too late. You are compromised beyond repair.”

Yesterday we were a little flippant (or so we thought) in suggesting that Dutchy Fransen had studied Nazi arguments and simply copied them. In truth we suspected that it was just a predictable similarity, both parties being ideologically the same. Having found the same pattern of plagiarising Nazi ideas in BF’s policy documents we’re beginning to think that they actually have deliberately lifted the Fuhrer’s ideas from Mein Kampf! It’s that much of a coincidence. It’d be incredible to think of the fidelity between BF and Nazi Germany’s policies as mere chance.

If you could share it (either this blog post or the pdf itself) we’d really appreciate that too.

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