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The BNP’s Constitution Is Written In Latin, Greek And Hebrew

by | 17th, December 2010

BNP’s monocular leaders Nick Griffin, his deputy Simon Darby and party officer Tanya Lumby have been successful at the High Court in defeating a bid by The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to have Griffin declared guilty of contempt of court in a row over the party’s constitution.

Yep, it has one. There are no clauses on British tea for British teapots, British pets for British pet shops and the capital being moved to its ancient homeland in Hanover. But there was a bit about whites.

Earlier, the county court had ruled that the BNP constitutional ban on non-white members flouted discrimination laws. As a result, the “whites only” clause was dropped. But the new constitution still included the line that Party applicants should oppose “any form of integration or assimilation of … the indigenous British”.

The indigenous British. Who are they, then? The EHRC wanted it changed. And it was.

Another part said new members should undergo a two-hour assessment at their home by visiting BNP officials. The EHRC wanted it removed. It has been.

So. Griffin celebrates a victory that is more of non-loss. In not losing the BNP does not have to pay costs. He waves his ‘V’s in the air and looks delighted. All those practiced election victory weaves finally pay off. He says:

“We have won a spectacular David and Goliath victory for freedom.”

Tsk! We demand British fights for British victories. That constitution needs amending. It must be written in the indigenous language and contain no words rooted and corrupted by foreign idioms. Furthermore, the national sport will be rune tossing.

Griffin will be in the news again when he stands in the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election on 13 January. And loses…

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BNP leader Nick Griffin leaves the High Court in London, after he fought off a bid to have him declared guilty of contempt of court today.



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