OK, perhaps I was a bit unfair to some of you readers when I said that I had nothing but contempt for those of you who could not be bothered to tune in to listen to the discussion on the Nature of Islam that took place in the Britain First Paltalk room the other evening, but I can tell you it is damn frustrating when you work hard to try and get an informative message out and very few bother to listen to it. It discourages those who produce the work and makes them wonder if they should even bother in future.
Having suffered such set backs in the past, I myself have cried wolf and threatened to walk away on at least five occasions and will no doubt again in the future. I mean, why should I and the Corsham Crusader work unpaid 24/7, when many of you cannot even be bothered to listen to a debate?
Some of you communicated to the site that it was because you had no confidence or trust in Britain First, especially Jim Dowson, others said they had more important things to do, like cut your toe nails but regardless of WHO gave the talk or how long your toe nails, it was the message that was important and NOT the messenger or the holes in your socks you might have got if you had listened to the debate. OK now onto the video.
Well I said we would bring it to you once we had received it and so here it is below. I must confess though, to being a little bit disappointed in it. The video itself is very well made with lots of good images that are shown whilst Paul Golding, the chairman of Britain Firstgives the opening speech but it is not the full conference.
No doubt about it, it is an excellent summary on the Nature of Islam and the deadly threat it poses to Our Country and will be a superb reference tool to use in the future. My problem with it however, is that it does not contain any of the debate that followed after the talk, which is a great pity, as many people asked some very serious questions, so perhaps it should have been released in two separate versions. One with just the talk and the second being the talk and the debate.