Monday, 15 March 2010

Surprise surprise ! The BNP's new anti racists views are still racist

From Norfolk Blogger:

I suppose we all ought to be surprised and shocked to find out that the BNPs new non racists non discriminatory rules are actually still racist.

It doesn't matter how many times the BNP deny it, the very point of the BNP is that they are a racist party, that is the reason for their being and the reason for their support. Trying to deny it is like claiming that Manchester United are not a football team.

Norfolk Blogger is the blog of Nich Starling

A teacher, former councillor for Fakenham North, and Norwich City season ticket holder. Nich lives in Thorpe Marriott and is a candidate in the local council by-election in 18th March in Taverham North.
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From There's Nothing British About the BNP:

That BNP constitution in full – the BNP hasn’t changed at all

Nothing British just got a full copy of the draft “12.1″ constitution tabled by Nick Griffin to the Courts at lunchtime on Tuesday 9th March that aggravated the EHRC and the courts.

In a note to the court, the EHRC calls this new draft “cosmetic or a bluff”, and draws attention to the creation of a number of “parallel organisation[s]” which are organised on the same basis as the previously-submitted “11th” constitution. They are:-
The Founders’ Association;
The British Shieldwall Foundation;
the Indigenous Forum.

The constitution says, without explanation, that “our Party is a member of the association known as The British Shieldwall Foundation along with the Founders’ Association and the Indigenous Forum”. This naturally raises concerns of some kind of two-tier structure and hidden legal restraints on the control and membership of the party. In their note to the court, the EHRC raise its suspicions of these organisations, writing “they operate in tandem with Document 12.1 in some way to prevent access to the BNP for persons who are not white”. The judge in his summary also points out that the Founders’ Assocation has an essential role in electing the Chairman and a veto over changes to protected parts of the Constitution. He speculates that this is insurance against an attempt by non-Indigenous British to join the BNP to vote its principles out of existence.

After getting pushed back at Friday’s court appearance, Griffin wrote that evening to supporters to say that he’d subsequently and unilaterally made further changes to the constitution which he said met the Court’s requirement. As a result he had decided to open the membership list.

The elements of the constitution Griffin deleted include the annual home-visit by two local BNP organisers and commitments to restoring an all-white Britain. A list of the amendments can be found on the BNP website. That notorious clause 3.2.2. reads in full:-
We are pledged to stemming and reversing the immigration and migration of peoples into our British Homeland thathas, without the express consent of the Indigenous British, taken place since 1948, and to restoring and maintaining, by legal changes, negotiation and consent, the Indigenous British as the overwhelming majority in the make up of the population of and expression of culture in each part of our British Homeland,
We are pledged to stemming and reversing the immigration and migration of peoples into our British Homeland that has, without the express consent of the Indigenous British, taken place since 1948, and to restoring and maintaining, by legal changes,
negotiation and consent, the Indigenous British as the overwhelming majority in the make up of the population of and expression of culture in each part of our British Homeland.
Nothing British comments: From our conversations with the EHRC and the Courts it is not clear whether Griffin’s membership list decision is legal or whether he will face a contempt-of-court sanction from the Courts, as warned by the judge. We wait to hear.

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