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The British National Party has given British patriotism a terrible name with the bastardisation of the Union Flag.

The British National Party, also known as the BNP (or known to most normal sane people "British Nazi Party, Broken Nazi Plonkers or Bastard Nazi Pricks") for short, was the most popular conservative extreme right wing political party in Britain. they are losing popularity and it looks like they are fragmenting today. [1] It's membership consists of not very nice people living in Britain today.

FoundationEdit

The BNP was first founded in 1982 as a combination of members from the National Front and the British Movement - older extreme right wing political parties. It's current leader is tub-o'-lard fat twat engaging politician Nick Griffin, former member of the National Front and who became party leader in 1999.

Preying on fearsEdit

The BNP saw increased popularity during the first few years of the 21st Century, due mainly to their preying on people's worst emotions and fear, combined with the exploitation of tragedies. For example, following the July 7, 2005 London Bombings, the BNP exploited the deaths of the 52 people and injuries of 700 more by printing leaflets of the carnage with the slogan; "Maybe now it's time to start listening to the BNP."

Policies and IdeologyEdit

Also see: Nazism

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BNP leader Nick Griffin in 1983, marching with the National Front - another far-right party which included members who went on to form the BNP.

From it's founding in 1982 right up until Griffin's leadership began in 1999, the BNP was openly racist. One party official even went as far as to call Hitler's book Mein Kampf his "bible."[2]

When Nick Griffin took over in 1999, he turned the focus away from racism and to what he calls "ethno-nationalism" which is basically the same thing. This is all just a cover to get more votes, as Griffin is just as much an intolerant extremist as the rest of them, having been involved with white power marches in the early 1980s as well as being the editor of anti-Semitic magazine The Rune. [3]

In short, the BNP's policies include:

Reintroduction of capital punishment for paedos, terrorists and murderers,
Ban mixed race marriages,
Make homosexuality punishable by law, putting it "back in the closet where it belongs",
Put a reversal on all non-white immigration into the United Kingdom,
Allow British citizens guns in their homes, which is literally the most stupid thing ever, as it basically means their plan for ending street crime is to legalise guns and get rid of black kids. Allowing guns legally is not working in the United States.

The BNP's ideologies include:

Fascism
Racism
anti-Semitism
White Supremacy
Nazism
Homophobia

Although the BNP downplays their extremes in the public eye, most people are well aware that the BNP leadership are neo-Nazi's, as any political group where you have to be white to be a member is a VERY BAD GROUP! Consequently, members of the British National Party are not allowed to serve in the British Armed Forces, as police officers, probation officers, or prison officers. Teachers also face losing their jobs if they are revealed to belong to the BNP. In a hilarious twist, the membership list to the BNP was actually leaked on the Internet in November 2008, revealing nearly 13'000 people to be members.

Holocaust denial and anti-SemitismEdit

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If the holocaust didn't happen, I wonder what's the origin of photos like this one?

Apart from all their other moronic policies, the BNP has caused controversy in the past due to their stance on Jews and denying the Holocaust.

Party leader Nick Griffin has said on the Holocaust;

"I am well aware that the orthodox opinion is that six million Jews were gassed and cremated and turned into lampshades. Orthodox opinion also once held that the world is flat ... I have reached the conclusion that the 'extermination' tale is a mixture of Allied wartime propaganda, extremely profitable lie, and latter witch-hysteria."

However, the BNP has claimed in recent years they have "cast off the iron leg of anti-Semitism" and that "Dredging up quotes from 10, 15, 20 years ago is really pathetic and, in a sense, rather fascist." However, the reason we drag up these quotes is because it shows how dangerous these people really are. They can have as many Jewish counselors as they want, but it doesn't hide the fact that;

Griffin was editor of anti-Semitic magazine The Rune,[1]
The now deceased founder of the BNP John Tyndall claimed "Mein Kampf is my bible,"[2]
BNP Youth Leader Mark Collett taking a "no smoke without fire" stance on the Jews being thrown out of every country,[3]

HypocrisyEdit

As with all right wing political parties, the BNP has its share of hypocrisy.

The BNP is not openly anti-Semitic, although leader Nick Griffin enjoys playing the game Holocaust denial, as well as members of the BNP having been recorded praising Adolf Hitler's book Mein Kampf. Several members of the BNP are of Jewish ancestry.[citation needed]


The BNP is firmly set against homosexuality, yet Richard Barnbrook, the BNP representative in the London Assembly made some homoerotic porn in 1989![4]
Richard Barnbrook's fiancé was in a former relationship with some Asian guy, with whom she had a daughter. Barnbrook, previously saying that mixed-race children were "washing out the identity of this country's indigenous people" NOW says that if he and his girlfriend get married "her child will be my child."

London Mayoral election, 2008Edit

In the race for the London Mayoral election of 2008, the British National Party put forward Richard Barnbrook for election.

Campaign fliers included showing the number 30 bus from the 2005 July 7th London bombings after being blown to smithereens with the slogan "Maybe it's time to start listening to the BNP." Another popular flier had two pictures on the front, one of Britain in 1950-something with an all-white population, and another underneath with three Muslims swearing at the camera, with the slogan along the lines of "Is this what you really want?"

Unfortunately, some Londoners were stupid enough to buy into this right-wing horseshit Propaganda and rather worryingly, BNP candidate Barnbrook got 5.23% second preference votes, exceeding the 5% required for a candidate to sit on the London Assembly. This means that Barnbrook holds 1 of 25 seats in the London Assembly, which allows him and other members of the Assembly to scrutinise the actions of the Mayor.

It's not all bad however; when Barnbrook stood up to speak after the results announcement, all the other candidates walked offstage, leaving him there by himself looking like a jackass.

Garden Party Comtroversy 2009Edit

In 2009, a BNP party member, Richard Barnbrook was invited to the queen's ceremonial garden party as a matter of course, through merit of being a London Congress member. He designated Nick Griffin, BNP party leader, as his +1. The BNP made a huge deal out of this until it was revealed that better people by far than either of them had advised Barnbrook to 'revisit' his choice of guest. Griffin later backed out, BAWW-ing greatly about the lack of 'democracy' involved in the selection of guests for a private function. Apart from this, it has been remarked that for the BNP, who wish to "put homosexuality back in the closet where it belongs", two men going to the queen's garden party together is incredibly camp.

Internet Leaks Edit

In November 2008, the membership list of the BNP was leaked on wikileaks[5].

With this an in-depth map of BNP member locations has been created, showing the density of BNP members in districts in England. [6]. Leeds ranked highest with 263.

Nick Griffin sent BNP members an email concerning the leak. Ironically (and somewhat hilariously) this was leaked as well. [7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. BNP divisions exposed as Andrew Brons resigns
  2. Expelled BNP founder plans court battle
  3. BNP under the skin

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