BNP Launch Another Attack Against The Gurkhas

Matthew Collins - 25 10 13
Lynne Mozar

Lynne Mozar

It wouldn’t be the first time but the BNP have launched another stinging attack against The Gurkhas.

Much loved in the UK, The Gurkhas have been part of the British Army for almost 200 years.

Following the partition of India in 1947, an agreement between Nepal, India and Britain meant four Gurkha regiments from the Indian army were transferred to the British Army.

Since then, the Gurkhas have loyally fought for the British all over the world, receiving 13 Victoria Crosses between them.

More than 200,000 fought in the two world wars, and in the past 50 years they have served in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Borneo, Cyprus, the Falklands, Kosovo and now in Iraq and Afghanistan.

But unlike the British public, the BNP hate anyone who isn’t white, Anglo Saxons and into that category falls The Gurkhas.

In 2009, BNP leader Nick Griffin labelled them as “mercenaries” and ex deputy leader Simon Darby claimed there was no room in the UK for them.

Yet, despite condemnation by The British Legion, the BNP have continued with their slurs against The Gurkhas.

Today, on the BNP’s hate filled podcast, “The World At 8” the presenter, failed European candidate Lynne Mozar has launched a disgusting attack against these brave soldiers.

Once again calling them mercenaries, Mozar claims that The Gurkhas aren’t interested in fighting for The UK but are really only interested in fighting for the money.

She describes them as pretty average soldiers and “very foreign” reiterating the call to block them from settling in the UK.

Mozar even goes on to attack the British attitude towards The Gurkhas as “namby pamby” claiming that The Gurkhas are taking over the NHS in the areas that they live and monopolising the schools that their children attend.

She goes on to complain that The Gurkhas and their families refuse to integrate, claiming that live like they are in a hut on a mountainside in Nepal with their front door open, allowing their kids to play outside all day.

Mozar claims their houses stink of “greasy curry” and if you had to move into a house where a Nepali family onced lived you would have to leave the windows open for a year to get rid of the smell of their food.

If she wasn’t content with all of this poisonous bile, Mozar describes The Gurkhas and their families as ” ugly flat faced little people” who interbreed and the Gurkhas who come to the UK as “another influx of idiots and retards”

Given the choice between a Gurkha or Lynne Mozar I know who I would rather have as my next door neighbour.



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