BNP still too racist

by Rumbold
12th March, 2010 at 9:31 pm    

In an amusing judgement today, a court ruled that the BNP was still discriminating against ethnic minorities who wish to join the BNP after their new rules were rejected:

[The BNP] said members had to sign up to maintaining the “integrity of the indigenous British” and be interviewed for up to two hours by BNP officials.

So to join the BNP you have to agree to have two party members (perhaps Lee John Barnes and a mystery guest) come round and grill you. I can imagine it now:

White bigot 1: “Are you a racist?”

Non-white bigot: “Yes I’m a racist.”

White bigot 2: “Are you sure you are a racist?”

Non-white bigot: “Bugger off whitey.”

White bigot 2 (turns to white bigot 1) “Does that mean we can let him join?”

And so on.

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  1. Leon — on 12th March, 2010 at 9:39 pm  

    LOL! Nice satire.:)

  2. Raven — on 12th March, 2010 at 10:12 pm  

    Today’s developments have been bizarre. Following the court injunction today on further recruitment to the BNP, Griffin later said he had now made further changes to the constitution – “What this means is that people can apply to join the BNP without having to endorse and support the principles of the party.” What then is the point of joining the party!! Am I missing something here?

  3. MiriamBinder — on 12th March, 2010 at 10:14 pm  

    I wonder what will happen once the membership realise that Griffin can change the constitution at will without referring it to them first.

    He apparently has done so already

    “Mr Griffin claimed he had used his authority to alter the wording of the constitution to remove the obligation on applicants to adhere to the principles of the party. He said: “Section 4, which deals with the requirements for membership and includes the demand that members support all the principles of the party, is not protected.

    “I have, therefore, with immediate effect changed the section 4 requirements, as I am entitled to do, to comply with the court order. What this means is that people can apply to join the BNP without having to endorse and support the principles of the party.” He said the amended version would be published online within 30 days.” from

  4. Jai — on 12th March, 2010 at 10:43 pm  

    Very funny, Rumbold.

    In the same spirit…..


    A potential BNP applicant has a screening interview with a BNP spokesman over some ironically non-indigenous tea and samosas.

    Applicant: “So, how long have you guys been here ?”

    BNP spokesman: “‘Guys’ is a foreign American term representing an alien culture and we’d appreciate it if you wouldn’t pollute Britain’s traditional culture and values by using such genocidal words. But to answer your question, we’ve been here since the end of the last Ice Age.”

    Applicant: “When was that ?”

    BNP: “17,000 years ago.”

    Applicant: “The Ice Age actually ended 12-13,000 years ago.”

    BNP: “That’s what I said.”

    Applicant: “No you didn’t.”

    BNP: “Yes I did. You’re quoting me out of context.”

    Applicant: “I’ve recorded it on my iPhone. Listen, I’ll play it back to you.”

    BNP: “I misspoke. We’ve actually been here for 65 million years, since the end of the Cretaceous Era.”

    Applicant: “What ?”

    BNP: “Yes. We’re Britain’s indigenous aboriginal population.”

    Applicant: “What about the original inhabitants ?”

    BNP: “Which inhabitants ?”

    Applicant: “The dinosaurs.”

    BNP: “Ah. Well, we ‘voluntarily repatriated’ them.”

    Applicant: “How ?”

    BNP: “That’s not important. Britain was swamped with unassimilable aliens, they were undermining our genetic integrity and cultural homogeneity, we repatriated them, it was voluntary, and that was that.”

    Applicant: “All of them ?”

    BNP: “Yes.”

    Applicant: “How did you convince them to accept ‘voluntary repatriation’ ?”

    BNP: “We gave them a firm incentive.”

    Applicant: “What kind of firm incentive ?”

    BNP: “We said ‘Get out or we’ll kill you’.”

    Applicant: “Seriously ?”

    BNP: “No. We asked Jesus to intervene.”

    Applicant: “Er…..Christianity didn’t exist 65 million years ago.”

    BNP: “Yes it did. It’s one of Britain’s indigenous religions.”

    Applicant: “No it’s not. Tell me how you got rid of the dinosaurs.”


    Applicant: “That’s not on the BNP’s website.”

    BNP: “Most of our real views aren’t.”

  5. MiriamBinder — on 12th March, 2010 at 10:51 pm  


  6. persephone — on 13th March, 2010 at 12:00 am  

    he he


    its creepy to think that the BNP wanted to make home visits

  7. soru — on 13th March, 2010 at 12:51 am  

    Jai does the best BNP comedy.

  8. Shatterface — on 13th March, 2010 at 1:05 am  

    How many black or Asian members will want to join the BNP knowing that they’ll then face campaigns to ban them from teaching, etc?

    I mean, there’s a contradiction here between wanting to marginalise them as obvious racists and bringing them into the mainstream by forcing them to open up membership to token members of ethnic minorities.

  9. Mani — on 13th March, 2010 at 2:50 am  

    Alot more asians and blacks will want to join the BNP but not really for the reasons the BNP stand for.

    I think alot will join simply to undermine the credibility and the power of the bnp holds. How many racists will be willing to join a party that allows all? and how many further will be willing to actively participate in a party that has the very element they dont want?

    as a member of a party you have rights within that party and if a large enough vote comes along about certain changes then what enticement will they hold amongst its supporters?

    one possible side effect from all this is that the core BNP members will desert the party and join some of the more right-wing less political wing such as the c18 or even the EDL which has no interest in politics, just stirring the honeypot.

  10. yusuf — on 13th March, 2010 at 5:09 am  


    And that is a good thing?

  11. MiriamBinder — on 13th March, 2010 at 8:44 am  

    That would all depend on whether you indeed want to ‘clean up’ the BNP from its more … shall we say ‘hands on’ members who will then join groups such as the c18 where ‘hands on’ has a more fundamental meaning …

  12. Rumbold — on 13th March, 2010 at 9:40 am  

    Hahaha Jai.

  13. Leon — on 13th March, 2010 at 10:29 am  

    Jai you’re a comedic genius!:D

  14. Leo Shine — on 13th March, 2010 at 10:44 am  

    you may laugh but this is horrific the government should have no control at all over what political parties advocate. this is part of a descent into tyranny

  15. MiriamBinder — on 13th March, 2010 at 10:58 am  

    @ Leo Shine # 14 – If you read what the Judgement actually said you will see that it does not seek to impose what the BNP may or may not believe. It merely addresses the issue of access to membership. A political party may not pre-vet its potential members and it certainly should not differentiate between members on the basis of ethnicity.

    Other then that, they are welcome to be as obnoxious as they want ;)

  16. Jai — on 13th March, 2010 at 5:08 pm  

    Thanks, everyone. The comedic material tends to write itself where the BNP are concerned.

  17. Dalbir — on 14th March, 2010 at 4:23 pm  

    Non-white bigot: “Bugger off whitey.”

    Whose this guy? I like the cut of his jib!!

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