This from a Brit
BNP... where their voters really come from...
Yet it is also, fundamentally, Old Labour. It would take the railways back
into public ownership. It rejects globalisation. It believes in strong trade
unions and that as much of industry as possible should be owned by those who
work in it. In these respects it reminds you that Oswald Mosley left the Labour
Party in 1931 to form the party that ultimately became the British Union of
Fascists because Labour had rejected his plan to defeat mass unemployment with a
programme of public investment. It is no coincidence that campaign leaflets in
white working-class areas describe the BNP as "the Labour Party your
grandfathers voted for".
From this piece in the Telegraph. The UK best hope that the "protest" vote goes to UKIP and not the neo-Nazi BNP.
Rod Liddle makes a valid point about the BNP, but ruins it with an ignorant attack on Lynyrd Skynrd that borders on libel. He seems to think that because Griffin has it as a ring-tone that means all LS listeners are racists and so is the band. He spouts off some bollocks about the song "Sweet Home Alabama" because of a reference to then governor of the state. He, and obviously Griffen, completely miss the point of the song. I posted a comment in disgust let's hope its published.