Winston McKenzie and the Big Brother House "stitch-up"
As announced shortly before Christmas, we in the National Council of the English Democrats were pleased to be approached by the former UKIP candidate and high profile spokesman, Winston McKenzie, who wished to be our London Mayoral candidate. I was pleased to announce the National Council’s decision after our selection of him.
At that time we did know that Winston McKenzie was going to go into the Big Brother House and obviously hoped he would boost his candidacy and also the name recognition of the English Democrats.
It was also a useful milestone in showing the progress of the English nationalist Cause that a member of the “ethnic minorities” now identifies himself as having English national identity and as being a Black Englishman. If English nationalism is going to prosper and England is going to have a future then we do need people who are not “ethnically” English, but are culturally so, to identify as being of English National Identity.
It is instructive by contrast to consider the Right Honorable David Donald Cameron MP, who: despite benefitting from the best that England can give; despite being partly English by heredity; despite being born in England; despite being brought up in England; despite going to one of the most famous and historic English Public Schools; despite going to the most famous English university, Oxford; despite working in England and also despite representing an English Parliamentary seat, nevertheless when asked by Andrew Marr whether he was going to look after the interests of his English constituents by getting rid of the Barnett Formula (the unfair additional spending on every man, woman and child in Scotland over and above what is spent in England at English taxpayers expense (which last year topped over £1,900 each), nevertheless when asked that question Dave Cameron said:- “No! Because I’m a Cameron and there is quite a lot of Scottish blood flowing through these veins!”
I suspect that the Big Brother management and production team, who, in multi-culturalist quota terms, are disproportionately homosexual, had decided to make an example of Winston for his reported remarks of several years ago, when he was a UKIP spokesman, when he purportedly suggested that, as an evangelical Christian, he thought that the best way to bring up children was in a traditional married family of mother and father. As part of also saying that he was opposed to “gay marriage”, he said that he thought that fostering children into such a “family” was almost child abuse.
Whilst quite a lot of people would either not necessarily agree with this remark or would not have gone so far as to put it that way (we know all too well that leaving children in the hands of the State is the most likely way in which a child is going to wind up being abused, as demonstrated all too clearly in Rotherham), nevertheless, if we did actually live in a free country (as we used to say) then he would have been within his rights to say such a thing.
In the event Big Brother’s management went about their self-appointed task of vilifying Winston McKenzie. First of all by editing down an interview of an hour or so to less than 5 minutes in which they took out of context a rather ordinary old fashioned joke about keeping his “back to the wall” if he was put in a bedroom with gays. The media then blew that up as being the main thing that he was saying.
Big Brother’s in-house commentator, whose, so far as I can see, sole claim to fame is that he is gay, announced from the start that Winston was going to be removed at the earliest opportunity.
It then came out that Big Brother had changed the rules to have the first eviction on the first Friday. They then started taking about building a wall that Winston could be up against when he was interviewed after being evicted.
Then as part of the eviction they took the votes of the public. As someone who has never previously watched Big Brother and has certainly no interest in ever watching it again, I am led to believe that they take payment for people voting. I suspect because the vote did not go the way they wanted they then got the other contestants to vote.
Interestingly for the thesis that the whole voting charade was as the comedian, Jim Davidson, tweeted “a stitch up”; the information given to the other contestants in the Big Brother vote about the other candidates was not prejudicial, but in the case of Winston they told the story about gay marriage and child abuse. Given the disproportionate numbers of gays in the house and the general quality of the other individuals that made it inevitable that he would be thrown out. He was then subjected to a tirade by one of the Big Brother so called “personalities” and ejected from the programme.
Winston’s comments and attitudes, which were focus of this hate campaign, do not represent English Democrats Party policy, they are personal to him. However we do oppose political correctness and we do strongly support the English traditional liberty of free speech. Whereas what was amply demonstrated here was that the Gay Lobby and their Leftist supporters in the British Establishment media are totally against free speech for anyone except themselves. In other words they are only in favour of Leftist propaganda and do not deserve to be given any credibility as either professionals or as journalists.
Steve Uncles, our Campaign Director was invited onto a BBC radio show and the recording of that interview is below. I think it would be hard to find a better demonstration of the New Establishment/British Political Media class' attitude to free speech and to prejudice than this interview.
Here is a link to the interview >>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zj77785Nc4
What do you think?
As the great Roman Historian Gaius Cornelius Tacitus once wrote:- “If you would know who controls you then you should look for whom you may not criticise.” An observation which, if pondered, still yields useful insights about the world today and our society!