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Bigots And The BNP.

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I was going to cover the BNP and how people shouldn’t be fooled by the new membership criteria forced upon them by the Equality and Human Rights Commission, but Nick Lowes does it far better and Phil has a good post on it too.

The Times journalist Dominic Kennedy and the BNP.

Their profile of Richard Barnbrook.

Searchlight is a great article on who really owns the BNP.

More at Lancaster Unity and Kirklees Unity.

Written by modernityblog

16/02/2010 at 00:02

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  1. The BNP has no MP’s, and so, if it was led by Adolf Hitler in person, we would be in no manner of danger from it.

    What IS frightening is that an unelected body, this EHRC, should presume to say that only parties holding certain policies can come before the electorate. This piece of evil undermines the whole principle of democracy.

    I don’t care on what basis people associate. Let them put themselves to the people. It is not for the establishment to say “only parties we like may be voted for.”

    It astonishes me that the political left has forgotten its heritage so badly as to endorse this.

    Roger Pearse

    16/02/2010 at 20:42

  2. “I don’t care on what basis people associate”

    I’m sure if you are happy with a political party which bans membership to certain ethnicities, then you can’t be too choosy overall 🙂


    16/02/2010 at 21:44

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