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BNP
The British National Party, who's presence in politics in our country makes me proud to be British. Contrary the misconceptions of the bulk of the population, the BNP are not racist - they in fact are tolerant to people of all religion and ethnicity. All they wish to do is put an end to Islamic extremism and tighten immigration laws.

The BNP is just as respectable a political party as Labour, Conservatives and Lib Dems. When member Stuart Williams said his dream was to "Shoot Pakis, that's all I want to do is shoot Pakis. I'm waiting for war. My dream is to have a transit van with a machine gun in the back, with about a million bullets to fire on people coming out of the mosque on Friday." he was simply addressing the issue of religious extremism. Sure it could sound racist taken out of context.

When member Steve Barkham told of stamping on an Asian man's head until blood began to pour out of his mouth and eyes, he was only displaying his passion for the traditions of our great white-skinned nation - didn't we used to have colonies across Asia? No it's a lie.

Vote BNP.
Tommy awoke early to vote BNP, then returned home, beat up his wife, molested the kids then decided to go drive around looking for a Paki to beat up. He put on his police uniform and set off to work.
by Chris Tomkinson July 13, 2005
 
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BNP
A nationalist party with about 10,000 members.Took more than 800,000 votes in last Euro Election and has more than 20 councillors.This has been achieved in the face of a hostile government and a hostile press.In fact the more hate and hostility shown towards nationalists only encourages them to take back Britain from the traitors who are trying to destroy it.
It is possible to advance Nationalism in the BNP and stay within the law.Do right and fear no.one.
by Norse September 28, 2005
 
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BNP
A political party who should be running the UK. They are often only judged on their anti immigration legislations and other "racist" policies including deportation of illegal immigrants in this country. They do however ideas such as bringing back capitol punishment for minor offences such as theft (which will reduce the crime rates by 80%). They are often only given bad publicity by the BBC.

Quite often on their website they will tell about anti-white crimes which often do not make it into the paper or in extreme circumstances under the personal section on page 15 of the sun. Who has heard of the murder of Sean Whyte? he was a white 17 year old boy killed by a bunch of Asian youth thugs outside his home on a family birthday in September 2003. News of the murder never made it to the pages of the national newspapers or prime time viewing on BBC and other news channels. As far as the country’s media editors were concerned it was treated as a local incident.

How often do you hear about racial incidents on black "victims". They make headline news and front pages, take for example the Stephen Lawrence murder which according to the BNP website receives 190 pages after a search on the bbc website.
heritage, not hatred.

WPWW.
by AndyrWN May 18, 2005
 
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BNP
A political party that is not racist but is fighting for white right in England and that is also campaigning for a Better Britian - In Other Words, Tony and the Labour Party Out, Nick Griffin and the BNP Party In.
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by Jooooooooeeeeee!!!! July 23, 2006
 
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BNP
A British political party:
The BNP are often rightly accused of being racist, fascist, etc. their aim as a party is to deport all "non-british" (have a grandparent from outsde of britain) british citizens. and create a "pure race". remind you of someone?

*COUGH* hitler *COUGH*
Don't really know what i could do for an example?:/
BNP
by iwillrapeurchildren April 25, 2011
 
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BNP
The British National Party (BNP) are a Far-Right political party that claim not to be racist in there views but quite clearly are.

They beleve that anyone that is not white and was born in the United Kingdom does not have the right to stay in the UK.They beleve that when they get in power (which they never will) that they are going to remove all of the "pakis" and "niggers" and put them "back from where they came" exept they are from the UK DUH!!

They are also known to share views similar to those of the nazi party.The BNP also have the view that The Holocaust never happend despite the FACT that 11-17 million peole where murdered by the Nazis

In conclusion they are Racist with only one thing in mind and that is getting rid of everyone who is not white (sounds just like the nazis)

Did i mension that they are homophobic
Liam Birch, a sociology student standing as a BNP council candidate for Southway was dismissed as assistant warden at Plymouth University, when he posted in a blog that "The Jews declared war on Germany, not the other way round"

The party's deputy leader Richard Edmonds said, "We are 100 per cent racist
by Well-Well-Well April 13, 2011
 
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BNP
The British National Party is a far-right political party in the UK, founded in 1982 as a splinter group of the National Front. Historically an openly racist party, nowadays there is an odd situation whereby BNP members claim not to be racist and try to avoid making overtly-racist statements, while still trying to appeal to the racist sentiments of working class Britons.
Until February 2010 non-whites could not be members of the BNP; the rules were changed due to anti-discrimination laws. The key motivation for the BNP is to protect what they perceive as "indigenous British culture", which they believe is being "eroded" by immigrants and their descendants. BNP are not a one-issue party, with right-wing views on a range of issues other than immigration and multiculturalism: they also oppose gay rights, freedom of religion, socialism and European integration; on top of this they want to "get tougher" on crime and criminals and believe that climate change is a myth. During their campaign for the 2010 general election, the BNP focused specifically on their idea that Muslims pose a threat to Britain.
Many non-academics brand the BNP a Nazi or neo-Nazi party, but this is not accurate. Political scientists generally consider the party to be fascist, although leader Nick Griffin has rejected this label.
"The BNP will repeal the Race Relations Act and all other far leftist social engineering projects, such as the Equalities and Human Rights Commission"
- The BNP Manifesto
by rational_person February 01, 2011
 
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BNP
A group of people who fail to realize that if they can trace their lineage back to the first people who inhabited Britain they will most likely have had French, German, Scandinavian, Italian, Celtic and/or German again descendants. This misguided view of the world leads them to demand that all non-white-christian-english (quote-en-quote)-straight people should be kicked out of Britain for doing jobs we are too lazy to do, for less pay. Thankfully their bumbling baffoon of a leader, Nick Griffin, has so far only attracted a minority of the vote in the UK although their support, as can be seen by the definitions (heavy air quotes here) on this page.
I am a member of the BNP and I firmly believe that gay people are from a different ethnic group to straight people. Hooray for me.
by VoodooHoover April 07, 2010