And they are definitely not racist either...
With the recent election of two members of the British National Party
to the European Parliament, the evil liberal-communist media have predictably responded with a slew of outrageous and unfounded accusations regarding their politics, and unsurprisingly the 'N' word has surfaced yet again. But are the BNP really Nazis? Well, after literally ten minutes of internet research I can exclusively confirm that no, they are not. Just ask BNP founder, John Tyndall
(He's the one on left, dressed in the Nazi uniform and stood in from of the giant swastika and Hitler portrait)
Actually you can't ask him because he's dead. Shame. Anyway, as I was saying the politics of the BNP have absolutely nothing in common with that of the Nazis. Ideologically the BNP offer a rather unique blend of Nationalism and Socialism, or National Socialism if you like. Incidentally the picture above was taken whilst Tyndall was in the British National Socialist Movement
, together with recently elected MEPs Andrew Brons
and Nick Griffin
, the current BNP chairman. It was during this time that these crazy not-at-all-Nazi-like guys would march around proclaiming that Hitler was right,
and popularised the slogan Vote Labour, if you want a nigger for a neighbour
(which incidentally I've heard from the mouths of BNP supporters as recently as last year) but I'm sure this was all just for the lulz.
After deciding that the Hitler worship thing was getting a bit old-hat, this rag-tag trio went on to lead the National Front
, which has remained an openly racist and homophobic neo-nazi organisation to this day, as evidenced by their website
Deciding that the NF were still a little bit too Nazi for the mainstream, Tyndall and Griffin split off to form the new respectable and not-at-all racist BNP. Well, there was that period from the 1980s to the late 1990s when Tyndall kept ranting on about the Jews controlling everything but that wasn't winning them any votes, so Griffin ousted him as leader and switched the parties targets to primarily focus on sand-niggers. With this new winning formula electoral success beckoned.
So there you have it. The BNP are not racists, even though they want to pay non-whites to leave the country
, and they are certainly not Nazis. I mean come on, it's not like Nick Griffin ever publicly denied the