Does the new ruling against the BNP lacks merit?

In keeping up with what is happening in the UK. It was brought to my attention there was a recent court ruling that forces the racist British National Party to revise its constitution. However as put by one writer,  it is certainly very funny that the BNP has been forced by court order to revise its constitution so that it doesn’t discriminate in its membership on grounds of race, gender or religious belief.  But it is it not the  held view that  discrimination is what the BNP does?

The question to be asked is did the court get it right?  Is it not the mischief / intention/ motive of the BNP is to have a one superior race…am I wrong?

  1. #1 by Ronald Dexter on October 16, 2009 - 9:37 pm

    The constitition as I know it is just the preamble laws and bylaws of the party. Changing the constitution by court order, is plain and simply that. I hasn’t addressed the inherent attitudes of the founders of the party. A leopard never changes its spots

  2. #2 by Ripstmomyc on October 16, 2009 - 10:03 pm

    The court order is not worth the paper that it is written on. The intention of the EC are well placed, however as indicated in an earlier post, a loepard never changes its spots.

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