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GUEST,ifor BS: BNP: What would you do? (773* d) RE: BS: BNP: What would you do? 11 Jul 09


If there is any doubt as to the fascist ,racist and violent nature of the BNP go to google images and type in "John Tyndall".
Tyndall was the first leader of the BNP and Griffin's immediate predeccessor.

Tyndall,an open Hitler lover all his life and a proud nazi, can be seen on google images posing in his nazi uniform in front of a large swastika and underneath a framed photograph of his hero,Hitler.It is quite sickening.The man was steeped in hatred and violence and had a string of serious criminal convictions.

His successor Griffin, is also a convicted race hater and has been involved in racist and fascist politics since his teenage years.

He is an anti semite and a denier of the holocaust.His alsation dogs were /are called Anne and Frank.He can also be seen on google images in a white power T shirt leading a National Front march. He is a former leader of the violent National Front.

But the fascism is not just confined to the top leadership.The core of the BNP is nazi through and through and many of its lower ranking and regional leaders have serious criminal records for race hate and violence.Just a few days ago a fomer BNP activist and white supremacist Simon Shepherd was jailed for four years for threatening and scurrilous anti semitic activities in the north of England.
The BNP should always be identified for what it is ..a violent,fascist and racist organisation with neo nazis in its core leadership .
On saturday the 15th August anti fascists are going to demonstrate against a revolting BNP hate festival in Derbyshire.
ifor




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