Sayeeda Warsi, the Conservative party chair who recently warned that the alternative vote could lead to politicians “pandering to extremism,” appears to have appealed to BNP voters herself when she was standing for parliament back in 2005.
This is not the first time controversy has been raised about Baroness Warsi’s campaigning techniques during the 2005 election. After the campaign it emerged that she had also produced campaign literature condemning Labour’s record on homosexuality.
Below is the full text of Baroness Warsi’s campaign documents:
“Labour has scrapped Section 28, which was introduced by the Conservatives to stop schools promoting alternative sexual lifestyles such as homosexuality to children as young as seven years old. Labour reduced the age of consent for homosexuality from 18 to 16, allowing schoolchildren to be propositioned for homosexual relationships.”
“ARE YOU THINKING OF VOTING BNP? THINK AGAIN…
The BNP polled 1632 votes at the last general election. They CANNOT win this Parliamentary seat.
The BNP therefore CANNOT deliver.
If you vote BNP you are allowing Labour to CREEP IN with more political correctness and uncontrolled immigration and asylum.
If you want an end to political correctness, an end to yob culture, a tough stance on crime, a stop to Europe dictating to Britain and controlled immigration, VOTE CONSERVATIVE, the only party that can DELIVER and put you FIRST.”
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