The BNP will create a pan-British parliament to oversee those policy areas currently determined by Westminster and invite the Irish Republic to join as an equal partner.Yes, good luck with that.For sure, pin him down on immigration and race and all the rest of it, and Griffin managed to make a fool of himself by telling a caller that he couldn't tell him if he was British without seeing him (src). That after telling the nation that 'British' wasn't to do with skin colour, you may recall.But do, please, also get them on this kind of thing. You really don't have to look hard to find insane proposals from the BNP. There's more reasons not to vote BNP than simply their odious immigration policies.
Friday, April 30, 2010
Barmy, Nutty, Potty
Ack, I forgot that the Führer-in-chief and Mosleyite extraordinaire was on Radio Four's Election Call today. I dearly wanted to check whether the BNP still had one of the barmiest policies I have yet seen a party attempting to be serious to put forward. They do.From page 39 of their manifesto (I'm off to wash my mouse and computer screen in a moment):