posted on May, 18 2008 @ 10:49 AM
1) In a television interview Nick Griffin said that his 'ideal' Britain was during the Elizabethan age (as in Elizabeth 1st 1533 - 1603).
Is this still the kind of ideal the BNP advocate for our country?
2) Given the many many generations of mixing (both within and far beyond the British Isles, particularly with wars and recently international travel
being commonplace) how can the BNP actually claim to define Britishness?
3) Surely it is also the case that if there is ever a lesson to be taken from science as we now know it it is that 'specialisation' and a lack of
diversity is a potentially dangerous path for any population to take or desire.
4) Equally the same must surely apply to notions of 'British culture' if it is to remain a living dynamic and above all interesting phenomenon?
5) How would the BNP in power work with a British workforce and nation experienced with and supportive of the whole idea of 'equal
6) How can a more closed parochial outlook ever offer benefits to 'our people' in an ever smaller and more connected world?
7) How can easy simplistic slogans such as 'British business 1st' have any serious meaning in an ever-more inter-connected world with much of
Britain's large businesses no longer solely British at all?
In the era of the trans-national partnership and multi-national corporation how can a 'nationalistic economic outlook' have any genuine credibility
or serious application at all?
8) Is the restriction of the free movement of capital a BNP economic policy?
9) Given the very hostile international reaction to Austria having nationalists in coalition with their Gov in 2000 - 2002 why would the BNP think
their achieving any kind of real Governmental power in the UK could have a positive effect with the UK's major economic, political and military
10) What effect does the BNP seriously think they would have on the unity or otherwise of the UK itself?
11) How does the BNP intend to demonstrate it is not like other recent European nationalist partys and could be trusted with power?
12) Why is the BNP invariably completely silent when it comes to the illegal, anti-social and outrageous behaviour of some of its membership?
It always seems to attract and tolerate as members the sort of people regularly caught out by undercover reporters as admirers, apolgists and deniers
of the German nazi period and what happened then, why?
[edit on 18-5-2008 by sminkeypinkey]