The leader of the far-right British National Party, Nick Griffin, has been arrested after being secretly filmed stating that Islam is "a wicked,
vicious faith". This is the 12th arrest over 5 months in what the police believe to be the BNP's plan to incite racial hatred.
The police probe was triggered by a BBC documentary, broadcast in July, which included footage of Griffin giving a speech in the northern town of
Keighley in which he railed against the Koran and Islam.
"This wicked, vicious faith has expanded through a handful of cranky lunatics about 1,300 years ago until it's now sweeping country after country,"
Other footage in "The Secret Agent" documentary -- watched by some 4 million viewers -- shows another BNP member expressing a wish to blow up
mosques with a rocket launcher and machine-gun worshippers with "about a million bullets."
Another member told how he put dog faeces through an Asian shop's letterbox, while a third described how he beat up a Muslim man. "I'm kicking away
... it was fantastic," he said.
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BNP members believe this is nothing more than a ploy by the Labour party to win back the Islamic vote, as a result of losing much favour over the war
Having heard many people lately say they're coming around to the BNP's "way of thinking", believing that they're not the racists they were once
portrayed to be anymore I can only see this as a good thing.
They can try to hide their hatred as much as possible, but people should see them for what they really are.
Because these arrests have been made without any charges coming to light so far, do you believe they should've been made?
[edit on 12-14-2004 by Zion Mainframe]