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!