The BNP on the Decline!

Tonight the BNP leader will be on BBC Question Time and as a result there is growing unrest and disquiet of the BBC decision to have him on the panel and also for such a party to exist today in this day and age.

As one demonstrator puts it his father almost got his butt blown off for fighting far right fascist political systems during the 1st and 2nd world war. Why in today they are being legitimise in 21st Century Britain? this is actually a good question.  Should the BBC reimburse licence holders since there is scant regards for public opinion? Or is it appropriate for the BNP voice to be heard and scrutinize and challenged?

At the end of the day I would like to hear what Nick Griffin has to say and it is important for members of the BAME community and all Britain to do tune in and understand what they are about. I am of the view that we will see a clear decline of the movement the more people are aware of their policies and motives.

There will be a decline of the BNP as people become   sensitise to what they are about and be ready to ensure that they do not receive votes at the next Local and General Elections.

21st Century Britain will stop the rise of the British National Party, the far right racist party!

  1. #1 by Kokumo on October 22, 2009 - 9:15 pm

    I’m glad you’re very optimistic about the BNP on a decline, when they gain such a foot hold in the last elections?
    I don’t fear the BNP, I’m happy that they’re at least outspoken.
    The entire British system practices institutionalized racism, so The BNP is hardly a problem, for saying outright that they don’t like blacks. Enoch Powell did the same thing in the sixties, what has changed?

    Fight on brother, this is not my fight! Europe is unifying, let’s fight for a piece of Afrika, stabilize it and defend it, or better yet, let’s build Jamaica!

    Jah guide

  2. #2 by NArnie on October 22, 2009 - 9:20 pm

    we are now in the 21st century and people should have the chance to say and express themselves.

    you have to remember what the BMP stands for now is most probably different to what it used to be. So lets not judge them untill they have had their chance to speak and share what they have to.

  3. #3 by Ronald Dexter on October 22, 2009 - 9:41 pm

    I am pleased the the BNP was given the opportunity totake and answer question tonight. It gave the viewing public the chance to understand the ideology of the BNP. While some may argue against the decision of the BBC to host this event and the avoidance of the PM to make a decision on the validity of the party. I think this was a necessary evil. The public had a right to know what the BNP is all about. Keep in mind that despite our best efforts and with the passage of time there individuals in Britain who think the country is theres and they have an inherent rigth to keep it that way. Like any true developed country its status in the world has been established by the efforts of immigrants. One only has to study the history of Britain. I would only hope that the veiwing public would truly examine themselves, honestly and, decide if they truly want a Britain governed by the BNP. For the intellectually astute it can only be one answer. For the rest of us the answer is clear, the BNP is bad for Britain and would render us isolated in the intl comunity. I really hope the party never takes root.

  4. #4 by sylbourne on October 23, 2009 - 1:14 pm

    Well after all of that what next! I guess NG is now exposed for what he really is.

    However something is concerning…there were over 8million viewers and i understand the viewership is normally around 3million. Now taking away the million or so that did not watch out of disgust there was arise of over 6million…did this group comprise of secret admirers of the BNP?

    • #5 by Ripstmomyc on October 23, 2009 - 2:09 pm

      That is the million dollar question. We will never really never know, I sincerely hope not. Racism in Britain is overt, while some have become tolerant of ethnic minorities, they may not be so tolerant of other groups from the EC, and Latin America. So of the 6m viewers, the platform of the BNP/NG may resonate with them.
      I am inclined to believe that the British people truly won’t support the extreme marginalized ideologies of the BNP. The British wouldn’t like to be known internationally as a racist nation.

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