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    Post The BNP's membership dilemma

    It seems the BNP is experiencing increased internal strife. At the moment, the main issue seems to be the general shift towards the centre, and, more specifically, a dilemma regarding membership. The BNP fears legal prosecution if it continues its policy of denying non-Whites membership and Nick Griffin wants to adjust the party's constitution. Tyndall and other hard-core nationalists are strongly opposed to Griffin's propositions however, and maintain that the BNP should remain a party strictly for Whites, by Whites.


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    BNP Leadership Ponders Changes, Reorganization
    Non-White Membership in the BNP?
    BNP to admit non-white members!


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    Post Re: The BNP's membership dilemma

    Quote Originally Posted by Siegfried Augustus
    It seems the BNP is experiencing increased internal strife. At the moment, the main issue seems to be the general shift towards the centre, and, more specifically, a dilemma regarding membership. The BNP fears legal prosecution if it continues its policy of denying non-Whites membership and Nick Griffin wants to adjust the party's constitution. Tyndall and other hard-core nationalists are strongly opposed to Griffin's propositions however, and maintain that the BNP should remain a party strictly for Whites, by Whites.


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    BNP Leadership Ponders Changes, Reorganization
    Non-White Membership in the BNP?
    BNP to admit non-white members!


    Tactics or treason? Justified or stupid? Voice your opinion
    That's all very well, but when you enter the death system of Democracy and vote-chasing, then you have already compromised.
    For example, how do you stop non-Whites voting for you in elections?
    Would you rather that non-Whites didn't vote for you?
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    Post Re: The BNP's membership dilemma

    Quote Originally Posted by Moody Lawless
    For example, how do you stop non-Whites voting for you in elections?
    Heck, why should I?

    Quote Originally Posted by Moody Lawless
    Would you rather that non-Whites didn't vote for you?
    If you want to achieve anything politically you have to get as many votes as possible. I do not care where they come from. My political programme is not dependant on who actually votes for me. The programme is fixed and people can vote for it or leave it. It's that simple. It is not my job to find out which psychological condition makes non-whites vote for me. It suffices that they do.
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    Post Re: The BNP's membership dilemma

    They are becoming part of the system.
    The Phora

    "There are no principles; there are only events. There is no good and bad, there are only circumstances. The superior man espouses events and circumstances in order to guide them. If there were principles and fixed laws, nations would not change them as we change our shirts and a man can not be expected to be wiser than an entire nation."
    —Honoré de Balzac

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    Post Re: The BNP's membership dilemma

    Griffin's explanation is a joke of course. At this stage it's all vague assumptions of what may happen. And of course if such important core policies are concerned one can still sue in the European Human Rights Court in Strasbourg.
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