...anyone who's good at graphic design is likely to be a thoughtful, inquisitive sort by nature. And thoughtful, inquisitive sorts tend to think fascism is a bit shit, to be honest.
The utterly bizarre nature of the European Union has been revealed yet again as Polish people have been begged to vote in Britain by the Labour Party. News of the astonishing plea was broadcast in Poland by Polish Radio yesterday.
The vile nest of traitors, snakes and crooks which has turned the Houses of Parliament into a pigsty of greed, corruption and treason, is rapidly unravelling for the world to see.
In the latest developments, two disgusting Members of Parliament from the twin-headed-but-one-body Tory and Labour Party have quit after being exposed as out and out cheats in the latest expenses scandal development.
Rule #10: The BNP is not ‘anti-Europe.’ We are ‘anti-EU’ or ‘anti-European Union’ or ‘anti-Brussels.’ Europe, being a geographical fact, is not something anything can be done about. Furthermore, Britain is a part of European civilisation and the European peoples are our cultural cousins. It is the EU superstate, which is an engine of the destruction of Europe, that we oppose.
Rule #1: The BNP is not a ‘racist’ or ‘racial’ or ‘racialist’ or ‘race-conscious’ or ‘white’ or ‘whitepeople’s’
party. It should never be referred to as such by BNP activists, and anyone else who does so must be
politely but firmly corrected. The precisely correct description of what we are, in the standard terminology
of international comparative politics, is an ‘ethno-nationalist’ party. That is, we espouse, like many political
parties all over the world, the interests of the particular ethnic groups to which we belong. There is nothing
fascistic or unusual about this, and we don’t have to apologise for it. If we must describe our attitude
towards race, it is ‘racial realism,’ as no-one can admit being against realism.
Rule #15. BNP activists and writers should never refer to ‘black Britons’ or ‘Asian Britons’ etc, for the
simple reason that such persons do not exist. These people are ‘black residents’ of the UK etc, and are no
more British than an Englishman living in Hong Kong is Chinese. Collectively, foreign residents of other
races should be referred to as ‘racial foreigners’, a non-pejorative term that makes clear the distinction
needing to be drawn.
Rule #17. Britain does not have ‘immigrants,’ a term proper for use in settler societies like Canada,
Argentina, and the USA. It has ‘guest workers,’ ‘foreign workers,’ or ‘descendants of foreign workers.’
They are, depending on who they are, ‘racial foreigners,’ ‘religious foreigners’ or ‘persons of foreign
religion,’ or ‘ethnic foreigners.’ The last term is meant to apply to persons racially similar to Britons, but
ethnically dissimilar, like Dutchmen.
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