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BNP non white members

Discussion in 'Time Out' started by -, Nov 14, 2009.

  1. Guest

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    the bnp are thinking of allowing non whites to join there happy bunch of loons , first i though why would anyone join? then i thought we should get a mass join up of non white members how funny if there were more people called kahn than smith :D
  2. Beachcomber

    Beachcomber UKBF Contributor Free Member

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    Do we want to run the risk of there being a hardcore splinter group?

    Maybe we should get Mike Tyson to sign up - imagine him sat in the middle of the meeting!
  3. Scott-Copywriter

    Scott-Copywriter UKBF Regular Full Member - Verified Business

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  4. Dawg

    Dawg UKBF Regular Free Member

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    Would people have to be blackmailed into joining the BNP, (Brit Numpty Party)? :)
  5. vvaannmmaann

    vvaannmmaann UKBF Regular Free Member

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    Can we still say blackmailed?
  6. evilonion

    evilonion UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    What would be more interesting would be to see some of these parties have clear policies and stick to them.
    If you want to be racist, sexist, any other ist... then fine... just stick to it.

    They all keep changing so often i'm getting confused.

    Is the raving loony party still going?
  7. Comspec

    Comspec UKBF Regular Full Member - Verified Business

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    yep, but I think the tories will oust them at the next election ;)
  8. dingbat

    dingbat UKBF Regular Free Member

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    They are only considering it because of pressure that they're breaking the race relations act. And the last thing they want is to lose all the millions of pounds funding they're now getting from Europe.

    They can open up membership but they will still be a white supremacist party. Plus, I'm sure they'll be happy to get as much money as they can from membership fees.