British National Party
Created: 1982
Political Ideaology: Fascism[1][2][3] White Supremacy[4][5][6]
Leader Nick Griffin
HQ Waltham Cross, Herts

The British National Party (BNP) is a far-right racist white supremacist group in the United Kingdom. It hasn't ever gained more then 1 per cent of the vote nationwide. One of their "triumphs" is gaining 5 per cent in the race for London Mayor. It has been anti-Jew but in modern times it has re-focused its hate on Muslims as they are the hated group of the current times; the BNP simply follows stupid bigoted trends.

Political Beliefs Edit

The BNP is known in Britain as a hate party against ethnic minority in Britain . They believe that one-skin-coloured humans are better then another skin colour of human[7].

Anti-Semitism in present amoung the leader Nick Griffin as well as historically. [8] The BNP has since tried to drop this in a attempted to gain Jewish votes to further a new anti-Islamic agenda. Many BNP members where present at a rally singing Nazi and racist songs [9].

They may have come up with the most fucked-up plan to fix the North Ireland problem, by suggesting that the Republic of Ireland rejoin the UK[10].

"In the long run, we wish to end the conflict in Ireland by welcoming Eire as well as Ulster as equal partners in a federation of the nations of the British Isles."

It is opposed to mix race relationships. [11]

The British National Party also confuses Marxism with Islam, indicating that some high-ranking members of the BNP may be insane or suffering from a mental illness, or perhaps be completely ignorant of politics and the religion and most likely have never opened any books during the course of their lifetime. They see Islam as a barbaric religion, rather ironically. [12]. They also wish to ban Muslims from flying on planes. Many BNP members are Islamopobics[13]

The BNP wishes for homosexual acts to be re-criminalized. [14].

Electoral Edit

The BNP has made steady growth, gaining .7 per cent of the vote in 2005. The BNP mostly has it's victories at the local level although it often exaggerates its success. The BNP won over one hundred seats throughout the United Kingdom in the May 2008 local elections, which is less than 1% of the total number of seats available. This corresponds with their membership numbers.

Internet Leaks Edit

The website wikileaks has leaked a membership list recent as of November 2008[15].

But the membership list was full of names of people who were NOT members ... so where did that come from ?

With this an in-depth map of BNP member locations has been created, showing the density of BNP members in districts in England. [16]. Leeds ranked highest with 263.

Nick Griffin sent BNP members an email concerning the leak. Ironically this was leaked as well. [17]

More Reading Edit

Wikipedia Article

Hate Group's Website

| Semi-Serious Article Lambasting the BNP

Anti BNP Site