Wednesday, April 06, 2005


Ever-expanding Nazis set to burst, Scientists warn

News today of the latest arrest of John Tyndall and Nick Griffin has inspired me to check up on the progress of the two organisations Tyndall founded (which have long since split), the National Front and the British National Party.

Fans of low-IQ neo-nazis will be pleased to hear that both organisations are the UK's 'fastest growing political party':

The National Front (see first line on their Google link)

The British National Party (see first line on their website).

If my memory serves me, both have been growing fast for some considerable time. Rather like the Church of Scientology, which has been the world's fastest growing religion for about 40 years. (Yeah right. You can hardly move for Operating Thetans locked in mortal combat with Xenu on my street).

The National Front and the BNP are no longer associated with each other. Many of us find it difficult to grasp all of the subtle variations amongst the massed legions of the far right. The NF's FAQ section rescues us from our ignorance. Including this tricky distinction:

A. No. While there are certain similarities there are many substantial differences. Most importantly the NF is a British political movement. "

It is often reported that the BNP (not the NF, those slow-readers describe themselves as a 'party of racial nationalism') has 'changed its image' and ceased to be a racist party. For example, here:

"His party (the BNP) has tried to moderate its policies and rhetoric in an effort to shake off its racist image and become more electable."

In 2001, BBC's 'Panorama' carried out a hidden camera sting to disprove this. However, it was hardly needed. I took a quick glance at their website's policy statements back then. They were overtly racist. Nothing's changed. Here's the official statement from the site, written by the BNP's dim-witted & prolix Uberfuhrer, Nick Griffin. Sample quotes:

"..while the BNP is not racist, it must not become multi-racist either. Our fundamental determination to secure a future for white children is restated, and an area of uncertainty is addressed and a position which is both principled and politically realistic is firmly established. We don’t hate anyone, especially the mixed race children who are the most tragic victims of enforced multi-racism, but that does not mean that we accept miscegenation as moral or normal."

Erm.. no. That is racist.

Note to BNP's image consultants: People who are 'not racist' do not have a policy on 'miscegenation'. They're not either for it or against it. They are unlikely to even use the word. They probably don't know what it means. OK?

I hear that the final straw between the NF and the BNP was a conversation that began, "Now, I'm no multi-racist, but..."
i actually dont know tha truth of this.. was it perhaps intended to be along the lines of Sinn Fein and the IRA.. organisations with secret links? Dont know. The NF disassociate themselves from the BNP in their laughable FAQ section.

BTW - Griffin's tortuous language (as though it were translated from the German..) reminds me of some of the deranged communist spiel you used to dig up for my amusement. unsatirisable, if that's a word.
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