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Originally posted by AngelInterceptor
Sooo, how long before being a member of the BNP is considered terrorism?
Originally posted by and14263
reply to post by blueorder
I'd rather not spam someone else's post with my political views, I merely gave my opinion of where I believe the majority of BNP voters come from. Why the specifics of my political views need to be expressed here is beyond me but if you really are interested in what would influence me to vote against them u2u me and I'll furnish you with a few paragraphs... However if you only intend to entangle me in political debate please don't, I rarley indulge in such pursuits.
(Sorry for off topicness).
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
As much as i hate the BNP and all they stand for, this sounds a little suspect, like a set up?
The EHRC has written a letter before action to the British National Party (BNP) over possible breaches of anti-discrimination law in its constitution and membership criteria, which appear to be restricted to white people. There are also concerns over its employment practices and provision of services to the public. The letter, sent to party leader Nick Griffin, asks the BNP to make changes to comply with the Race Relations Act 1976 or face an application for an injunction. The BNP says its rules are legal and that it is an exempted organisation under Sections 25 and 26 of the act, which permit exclusive ethnic organisations with a membership of 50 or more.
Originally posted by sunny_2008nySource: Action threatened against facist BNP
If you want to be in the mainstream of British politics, as a party you would not want this.
Much like how the Us government used the OKC bombing to attack militias.
Police are said to have recovered a British National party membership card and other right-wing literature during a raid on the home of one suspect charged under the Terrorism Act.
Ok, since it was the suspects home i would guess that it was his membership card. Also i wouldn't think one would need to plant it there (and it would be rather hard to do so)
From the above i also gather that BNP membership cards must be rather verbose, what with being considered literature and all
It seems that BNP’s web strategists have been engaging in tactics that are not just unethical but could also put Labour doorstep campaigners’ safety at risk.
Recently, you might have received a Facebook message asking you to delete a guy called Jeff Payne from your friends’ list. Amazingly this guy is a fake profile concocted by the mad scientists at BNP HQ, purporting to be a Labour supporter. He’s joined all the right groups and they’ve gone to a fair amount of trouble to make this person seem real. He’s been making friends with lots of Labour supporters, especially in the key North West and East London battlegrounds, so that they can spy on our doorstep campaigning. It makes me wonder what they might want to do with this info. Will there be stand-offs in the street or at campaign meetings?
Amazingly this guy is a fake profile [snip] purporting to be a Labour supporter.