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The BNPâ€™s ongoing assertions about â€œEnglish indigenousnessâ€ have some interesting ramifications, particularly in the context of claims of primacy, dominance and territorial â€œownershipâ€ based on the notion of â€œwe were here firstâ€. The first inhabitants of the British Isles were the group now termed â€œCeltsâ€ as per the accepted definition in mainstream British discourse, and as a result, Celts and people exclusively descended from them are actually the only genuinely â€œindigenousâ€ inhabitants of the British Isles.
Therefore, as a Devilâ€™s Advocate exercise in the interests of extrapolating the type of logic that the BNP themselves use in their assertions about non-white British citizens and the BNPâ€™s rationale for wishing to â€œrepatriateâ€ the latter, Iâ€™m going to use the BNPâ€™s own terminology to demonstrate how the same line of thinking can be applied to them, as follows :
Celts have had most of their ancestral homelands in the region now called â€œEnglandâ€ stolen from them by Angles, Saxons, Jutes, Danes (Norse Vikings), Normans, and people descended from these groups, who have committed genocide towards the Celts via a combination of miscegenation, warfare, displacement, and territorial annexation.
Furthermore, the BNPâ€™s expectation that people exclusively descended from Celts should continue to tolerate this situation and indeed actively participate in it is an unjustifiable assumption that Celts on the British Isles should commit autogenocide; even the very act of miscegenation with Celts by members of the aforementioned groups results in the destruction of a Celtic family line that stretches back into deep prehistory.
Consequently, people exclusively descended from Celts would be justified in wishing to halt and indeed reverse any further genocide of them as a distinct people, involving both miscegenation and the colonisation & occupation of their ancestral homelands; as a result, they have the full right to demand that British citizens possessing Angle, Saxon, Jute, Norse Viking and/or Norman ancestry are repatriated back to their geographical regions of origin on mainland Europe, if necessary via the use of multiple independent DNA testing to identify and confirm non-Celtic ancestry.
At the very least, people of exclusively Celtic ancestry have the right to demand that BNP members with non-Celtic ancestry should be subject to this course of actionâ€¦â€¦and as a current resident of Wales and therefore an active participant in the â€œbloodless genocideâ€ of the indigenous Welsh, the BNPâ€™s present chairman Nick Griffin should be at the front of the queue for DNA testing, with Celtic Welsh people having the right to subsequently remove his presence not just from Wales but from the British Isles as a whole.
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