The good news is that the Tories were well stuffed as usual. The incredibly bad news is that the British National Party received more than twice as many votes as those nice Green people. But then, I did warn them. If you don't let ordinary people voice their concerns in a mainstream environment then they are going to express them by voting for, or even fully supporting, the extremists. And, of course, this does not just apply to white people. If you ask a militant Islamist youth in England why he or she became an extremist, part of the answer you are given will always include a complaint about not being listened to and not being taken seriously. The Grand Tufti actually advised the political parties that they shouldn't allow immigration to be discussed in the run up to the elections. What he should be doing is taking a leaf out of Bishop Tutu's book and organising safe places where the worries of the people, whatever their ethnic or cultural background, can be expressed freely and without fear of censure by the left wing and liberal controlling elite.