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The British National Party has been condemned for using a photograph of the bombed Number 30 bus on a leaflet for an upcoming by-election.
The picture is on the cover of a leaflet printed for Thursday's council by-election in Barking, east London.
The leaflet also features the slogan: "Maybe now it's time to start listening to the BNP."
The leader of the Conservatives in London, Bob Neill, called it "disgraceful and sick".
LONDON EMERGENCY : BNP response
As the death toll in the Islamic terror attack on London continues to rise, BNP writers and spokesmen on this website have repeatedly called for calm, but also for more than the shallow soundbites and liberal wishful thinking that passes for political debate and policy proposals among the old parties.
The London Massacre has tragically brought home to the entire country the terrible price ordinary people are now having to pay for the combination of the failed multi-cultural experiment, doubled up with Tony Blair's decision to involve Britain in a war that had nothing to do with us. The first step in finding a solution to any problem is to get the the roots of that problem.
While the politicians of all the other parties repeat the empty soundbites of the Government's BBC lie machine, the British National Party explains the truth about Islamic terrorism, lays out the things that must be done to beat it, and continues to cover other important issues that might otherwise pass unnoticed as New Labour once again makes use of tragedy to "bury bad news."
Originally posted by UK Wizard
The BNP make me sick nuff said
Originally posted by Rhiannon1968
Sick? Oh yeah. No different here, hey Bush used 9/11 pictures in his campaign comercials.
They are all sick
The British National Party, which used images of the bombed London bus on a leaflet, has failed to gain a council seat at a by-election.
Labour held the Becontree seat in the east London borough of Barking and Dagenham with a majority of nearly 800.
The BNP used a photograph of the bus with the caption, "maybe it's time to start listening to the BNP" .
In another by-election in the borough last month the BNP lost its only council representation in London.
The winning candidate, Alok Agrawal, said after the result: "It was very sad using a national tragedy in order to try and gain votes."
"They thought people were fools. They thought people would fall into a trap.
"But the voters have massively rejected them. They have told the BNP 'We don't want you in Barking and Dagenham'."