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BNP need a laxative to get their constitution working

The BNP appear to be fluffing their “last chance” to make the party constitution non-discriminatory, after the Equality and Human Rights Commission took the far right outfit to court over the ban on Black people becoming members.

The EHRC took action over the BNP’s constitution because its’ insistence that members are “indigenous Caucasian” broke race relations laws. In fact the constitution says the BNP only represent “the racial and folkish interests of the indigenous Caucasian, Anglo-Saxon, Celtic and Norse folk of Britain.”

Although it is unclear whether their definition of Caucasian includes people from the Caucuses in Azerbaijan.

BNP deputy leader Simon Darby (mug, pictured above) asked recently if he would be happy about people joining his party who the party really wanted to deport, said that that any new text would “make very clear to ethnic minority people that there are still far too many ethnic minority people in this country.”

The BNP appear to be doing just that with their proposed new constitution, which refers to the “indigenous British… as a distinct people or the distinctiveness of their cultural values or of their ethnic or national identities or characteristics.”

Given that the BNP are on record as equating indigenous British as only being white people, their new text is clearly not good enough. I’m afraid, it’s back to the drawing board, Mr Darby.

At this rate they need a strong laxative to get their constitution working.

LH

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