BNP Policies

By News Team February 28, 2008


On current demographic trends, we, the native British people, will be an ethnic minority in our own country within sixty years. To ensure that this does not happen, and that the British people retain their homeland and identity, we call for an immediate halt to all further immigration, the immediate deportation of criminal and illegal immigrants, and the introduction of a system of voluntary resettlement whereby those immigrants who are legally here will be afforded the opportunity to return to their lands of ethnic origin assisted by a generous financial incentives both for individuals and for the countries in question. We will abolish the .positive discrimination' schemes that have made white Britons second-class citizens. We will also clamp down on the flood of .asylum seekers', all of whom are either bogus or can find refuge much nearer their home countries.

EUROPE - back to British independence!

We are opposed to the Single European Currency, and support the overwhelming majority of the British people in their desire to keep the Pound and our traditional weights and measures. At the same time, we are for the best possible relationship with our European neighbours and believe that the nations of Europe should be free to trade and cooperate whenever it is mutually beneficial, though without being forced into a political and economic straitjacket - political unification. Accordingly, we stand for British withdrawal from the European Union. In place of the EU, we intend to aim towards greater national self-sufficiency, and to work to restore Britain's family and trading ties with Australia, Canada and New Zealand, and to trade with the rest of the world as it suits us. Following our withdrawal from the EU, the BNP will use the £43 million per day net contribution Britain at present makes to the European Union to fund many far more useful projects at home.

LAW AND ORDER - crack down on crime!

The BNP will crack down on crime and restore public safety and confidence. We will free the police and courts from the politically correct straitjacket that is stopping them from doing their job properly. The liberal fixation with the .rights' of criminals must be replaced by concern for the rights of victims, and the right of innocent people not to become victims. We support the re-introduction of corporal punishment for petty criminals and vandals, and the restoration of capital punishment for paedophiles, terrorists and murderers as an option for judges in cases where their guilt is proven beyond dispute, as by DNA evidence or being caught red-handed.

ECONOMY - British workers first!

Globalisation, with its export of jobs to the Third World, is bringing ruin and unemployment to British industries and the communities that depend on them. Accordingly, the BNP calls for the selective exclusion of foreign-made goods from British markets and the reduction of foreign imports. We will ensure that our manufactured goods are, wherever possible, produced in British factories, employing British workers. When this is done, unemployment in this country will be brought to an end, and secure, well-paid employment will flourish, at last getting our people back to work and ending the waste and injustice of having more than 4 million people in a hidden army of the unemployed concealed by Labour's statistical fiddles. We further believe that British industry, commerce, land and other economic and natural assets belong in the final analysis to the British nation and people. To that end we will restore our economy and land to British ownership. We also call for preference in the job market to be given to native Britons. We will take active steps to break up the socially, economically and politically damaging monopolies now being established by the supermarket giants. Finally we will seek to give British workers a stake in the success and prosperity of the enterprises whose profits their labour creates by encouraging worker shareholder and co-operative schemes

EDUCATION - discipline, standards, achievement!

We are against the .trendy' teaching methods that have made Britain one of the most poorly educated nations in Europe. We will end the practice of politically correct indoctrination in all its guises and we will restore discipline in the classroom, give authority back to teachers and put far greater emphasis on training young people in the industrial and technological skills necessary in the modern world. We will also seek to instill in our young people knowledge of and pride in the history, cultures and heritage of the native peoples of Britain.

AGRICULTURE - quality before quantity!

We see a strong, healthy agriculture sector as vital to the country. Britain's farming industry will be encouraged to produce a much greater part of the nation's need in food products. Priority will be switched from quantity to quality, as we move from competing in a global economy to maximum self-sufficiency for Britain. We will ensure a major shift to healthier and more sustainable organic farming. We are pledged to ensure the restoration of Britain's once great fishing industry with the reimposition of the former exclusion zones around our coast.

HEALTH - first-class healthcare for all!

We are wholly committed to a free, fully funded National Health Service for all British citizens. We will revitalise the Health Service by boosting staff and bed numbers, slashing unnecessary bureaucracy and by addressing the root cause of low recruitment and retention - low pay. We will see to it that no money is given in foreign aid while our own hospitals are short of beds and the staff to run them. More emphasis must be placed on healthy living with greater understanding of sickness prevention through physical exercise, a healthier environment and improved diets.

TRANSPORT - time to invest!

Increased investment is needed in Britain's public transport system to bring it up to the highest standards in the world. The fiasco of rail privatisation with different companies running services and track leading to higher fares and lower safety also needs to be resolved. Congestion of our towns and cities must be eased by the provision of greater incentives to use rail and bus transport instead of private cars. The first step is to end the crime and squalor that puts so many people off public transport. Motorists must not be made the scapegoats for government failure. Fuel tax should be cut, motorway speed limits raised, and hidden speed cameras should be banned. Far more must be done to encourage the development and use of cleaner fuels.

ENVIRONMENT - a cleaner, greener future!

Our ideal for Britain is that of a clean, beautiful country, free of pollution in all its forms. We will enforce standards to curb those practices, whether by business or the individual, which cause environmental damage. 'The polluter pays to clean up the mess' must become a fact of life, not an electioneering slogan. In towns we would work to replace the brutalist modernism of 1960s-style-architecture with a blend of traditional local styles and materials and ensure that developments take place on a more human scale.

FOREIGN AID - time to spend our money on our own people!

We reject the idea that Britain must forever be obliged to subsidise the incompetence and corruption of Third World states by supplying them with financial aid. We will link foreign aid with our voluntary resettlement policy, whereby those nations taking significant numbers of people back to their homelands will need cash to help absorb those returning. The billions of pounds saved every year by this policy will also be reallocated to vital services in Britain.

PENSIONERS - pensioners before asylum seekers!

The conditions in which many of Britain's old people are forced to live are a national disgrace. We are pledged to ensure that all our old folk are able to live in comfortable homes, and will restore the earnings link with pensions. Elderly people who have paid a lifetime of taxes and reared families should not have to sell their homes to pay for care.

NORTHERN IRELAND - an end to sectarianism!

Britain has shamefully allowed the terrorists in N.I. to come close to winning when the IRA could have been destroyed years ago. Government weakness has led to hundreds of deaths and given those same terrorists a share in government. We would end all attempts to force the people of Northern Ireland to accept foreign interference in their affairs and deal with terrorism - from whatever side - once and for all. No one with links to a terrorist organisation that refuses to lay down its arms should be allowed to enter government. We would abolish state-supported segregation in education. In the long run, we wish to end the conflict in Ireland by welcoming Eire as well as Ulster as equal partners in a federation of the nations of the British Isles.

DEFENCE - no more cuts!

Successive cuts in defence spending have left Britain's armed forces perilously weak. We will boost Britain's armed forces to ensure that they are able to deal with any emergency, and defend our homeland and our independence. We will bring our troops back from Germany and withdraw from NATO, since recent political developments make both commitments obsolete. We will close all foreign military bases on British soil, and refuse to risk British lives in meddling .peace-keeping' missions in parts of the world where no British interests are at stake - a position of armed neutrality. We will also restore national service for our young with the option of civil or military service.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS - Britain's interests first!

Britain's foreign relations should be determined by the protection of our own national interest and not by our like or dislike of other nations' internal politics. We would have no quarrel with any nation that does not threaten British interests. We will maintain an independent foreign policy of our own, and not a spineless subservience to the USA, the .international community', or any other country.

DEMOCRACY - letting the people decide!

The British people invented modern Parliamentary democracy. Yet in recent years the British people have been denied their democratic rights. On issue after issue, the views of the majority of British people have been ignored and overridden by a Politically Correct .elite' which thinks it knows best. On immigration, on Capital Punishment, on the surrender of British sovereignty to the EU and in numerous other areas, democracy has been absent as Labour, Tories and Lib-Dems conspire in election after election to offer the British people no real choice on such vital issues. The BNP exists to give the British people, that choice, and thus to restore and defend the basic democratic rights we have all been denied. We favour more democracy, not less, not just at national but at regional and local level.

Power should be devolved to the lowest level possible so that local communities can make decisions which affect them. We will remove legal curbs on freedom of speech imposed by successive Governments over the last 40 years. We will implement a Bill of Rights guaranteeing fundamental freedoms to the British people. We will ensure that ordinary British people have real democratic power over their own lives and that Government, local and national, is truly accountable to the people who elect it.


48 comments for “BNP Policies”

  1. In addition to ethnic replacement by immigrants, perhaps there also needs to be some mention of what the sheer weight of numbers of immigrants, who are responsible for the major proportion of population growth in Britain, are doing to our environment and health and education services.

    Also, the weight of numbers synergises ethnic cleansing by driving up private property prices and causing a shortage of council housing, so British couples don't have children due to the need for both partners to work to pay extortionate mortgages.

    In contrast, immigrants are happy to live in crowded squalor, where they breed enormous families and then get preferential council housing.

    Posted by Artorius | February 28, 2008, 12:47 pm
  2. Sinbad Sailor-Boy, me ol' Salty Laddie, I have to ask, what do YOU do for a living, and how much would YOU be prepared to work for? Do you have rent? A mortgage? Council Tax, electricity, telephone and gas bills? Do you have to pay for travel? Do you have to feed yourself and buy clothes from time to time? No? OK, you're excused because you're living in one of HM Prisons right now.

    Not ALL British employers are on the same gravy-train. My company pays well over minimum wage. I am a Brit with morals, not like so many of our current political elite whom you obviously hold in such high reverence. You really are not too bright, are you? It makes perfect sense that there are unscrupulous employers for whom profit and greed is the be-all. They will pay those rock-bottom wages, which an average Brit. cannot afford to work for, because in many cases, you have fourteen immigrants who WILL take these wages in their place…with virtually no overheads, who are happy to live in unsanitary, often unheated and overcrowded conditions, and are happy to work for £4.50 an hour because it is still four times as much as they would get back home. Successive British governments have been determined to turn Britain into a third world country (we've been a second world country for years). Making the British people work for just a few quid an hour is a bloody insult, and would have severe consequences They would be dispossessed them of their homes, roots and families.. and they would be forced to become reliant on state hand-outs. Well, that sounds like Commie-ism to me.

    Posted by Shropshire Lass | March 1, 2008, 1:33 am
  3. I agree with Shropshire Lass. Annoying though that my own comment aimed towards Mr. Sinbad wasn't put up but hey! That's life.

    Posted by Jake | March 1, 2008, 2:26 pm
  4. I don't know how we combat this serious problem of us indigenous having too few babies. My wife and I are guilty of it ourselves. I think three or even four should be the norm but how many of us end up with four children? I honestly (and now ashamedly) used to think that couples were missing out on life by having that number of children - not being able to go out, being short of money, sleepless nights etc. If we had our time again we would have at least three but realised too late that life is not a rehearsal. I wouldn't suggest for a moment that a woman's place is in the home but we have to realise that there is a very serious downside to a woman having a career - either for career's sake or for a better standard of living. Nature can be incredibly cruel and indifferent to lifestyles, careers and putting off having babies. Every month that passes for a woman without conceiving, is one less opportunity to add to the population - and most immigrant races know this only too well. There's the benefits and housing side of things that they also know only too well about but we have to take this ‘too few children' problem of ours dead seriously - or we are in dead trouble. I think any couple that has avoided having children and they are approaching their thirties is asking for such trouble. The golden opportunity, the early twenties years have been and gone - forever. Of course getting pregnant will still be very likely, but it will also be much luckier and the luck factor starts to drop off rapidly - just as Mother Nature intended. The older a woman gets, the more likely she is to have a less than perfect baby, it is sad (but true) to have to say. I think this immigrant/Muslim births debate and indigenous births have (sometime) to be considered and discussed together. In non-pc times, we would have a harmless laugh and a joke about Catholic families having no end of children but never ever saw it as a threat - we were all Christians after all. What's happening now is no joke that's for sure and no one is laughing except the Muslims and immigrants.

    Posted by Winston | March 1, 2008, 11:11 pm
  5. This is a useful quote from a distinguished researcher and author which gives the lie to all the rubbish about “nation of immigrants”:

    “The genetic evidence shows that three quarters of our ancestors came to this corner of Europe as hunter-gatherers, between 15,000 and 7,500 years ago, after the melting of the ice caps but before the land broke away from the mainland and divided into islands.”


    Posted by neversurrender | March 2, 2008, 11:02 am
  6. Winston, the strategy of encouraging members of one's own religion to breed faster than members of competing religions, in order to take over a country, is known as FECUNDISM, and Muslims are experts at it. See http://kwelos.tripod.com/memes.htm

    Posted by Artorius | March 2, 2008, 11:30 am
  7. Regarding Education, as well as instilling a pride in British history and achievements, I believe there is also a need for children to understand the superiority of Western Civilisation in general, especially as compared with Islam.

    From http://ibloga.blogspot.com/2008/03/superior-civilisation.html

    “The great ideas of the West-rationalism, self-criticism, the disinterested search for truth, the separation of church and state, the rule of law and equality under the law, freedom of thought and expression, human rights, and liberal democracy-are superior to any others devised by humankind…

    A culture that gave the world the novel; the music of Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert; and the paintings of Michelangelo, da Vinci, and Rembrandt does not need lessons from societies whose idea of heaven, peopled with female virgins, resembles a cosmic brothel. Nor does the West need lectures on the superior virtue of societies in which women are kept in subjection under sharia, endure genital mutilation, are stoned to death for alleged adultery, and are married off against their will at the age of nine; societies that deny the rights of supposedly lower castes; societies that execute homosexuals and apostates.

    The West has no use for sanctimonious homilies from societies that cannot provide clean drinking water or sewage systems, that make no provisions for the handicapped, and that leave 40 to 50 percent of their citizens illiterate.”

    Posted by Artorius | March 4, 2008, 10:54 am
  8. I personally find all health issues fascinating, as I am an ex-nurse (RGN) of many years standing, who also has a degree in human biochemistry; but I believe that all “treatments” should be researched for effectiveness before being “applied”.

    There is a huge body of evidence available that shows the ineffectiveness of many conventional drugs that can instead cause dreadful side effects and long-term mental and physical damage in themselves.

    We have to look seriously at issues such as the effect of diet, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol and recreational drug abuse, and the effect of toxins such as lead, aluminium and copper on neurological functioning. Many years ago I worked with a Dr Carl Pfeiffer of the Brain Bio Centre in New Jersey, and was knocked out at the astonishing success of his treatment of the schizophrenias through mainly “natural” methods. I would personally hope that the BNP would start to move away from the wholesale (and extremely expensive) drug-directed lines of treatments, and start to look at research that rectifies the real underlying cause: disordered brain chemistry.

    Posted by Shropshire Lass | March 5, 2008, 12:48 am
  9. I would venture to suggest that re-building a sense of national identity and restoring a productive economy will do infinitely more for the nation's mental and physical health than any amount of drugs can. Currently we have the grotesque farce whereby vastly overpaid GPs on £100,000 per annum are pushing pills to depressed people which are very largely ineffective. Just the usual Old Gang racket really.

    This nation is in such a dreadful mess: a bleeding, almost dying condition, that there is something wrong with anyone who isn't depressed about it in my estimation.

    Only the BNP offers hope.

    Posted by neversurrender | March 5, 2008, 11:46 am
  10. The BNP are ignorant.First i would like to say that i am white and that not all whites want to deport all immagrants.Secondly if you managed to convince a non racist society that deporation of all those who are not able to trace their ancestory to Anglo Saxons their would be very few people left in this country. And i can guarantee that over 50% of your members would be deported to places of which they have never been. But as we live in a deomcracyIf you trace your ancestroy back far enough back then you will realise that most of the worlds homo sapiens population was reduced to 1000 BLACK people and all humans have evolved from these and this has been proved which is why there is a lack of genetic diversity. i doubt this will be published seeing as how you dont want to burst the racist bubble around most of your neanderthal members but maybe its something to think about…

    Thanks for your comments - Ed

    Posted by BNP ARE RACIST ******* NO ONE LIKES U | March 8, 2008, 1:33 pm
  11. You missed one, Ed

    “their(sic) would be very few people left in this country.”

    Inability to express oneself with clarity inevitability carries with it the penalty of a mushy, ill focused and illogical thought process. “BNP ARE RACIST…” has kindly given us the perfect example of this with the barely comprehensible pap of his/her penultimate sentence. This is all of a piece with the crass ignorance that a shallow and shoddy multi-culti “education” naturally entails.

    I make it a rule never to address the remarks of know-nothing semi-literates, and I take it for a good rule.


    Well spotted ;-) - Ed

    Posted by neversurrender | March 9, 2008, 9:00 am
  12. What about ethnic people who work hard and contribute to this society? I agree with most of the BNP's policies and views. However, what about immigrants who have lived in this country for over 20 years?

    If they are here legally and are not criminals, they have nothing to fear from a BNP government.–Ed.

    Posted by hannah | March 10, 2008, 8:18 pm
  13. I sat and watched Enoch Powell's famous ‘Rivers of Blood speech, as delivered in Birmingham on 20 April, and I can't believe what I was seeing. It was a window into today–there was nothing racist about that speech–he was speaking out of concern for our country. I, like many others in this country, are sick to death of the situation we face today. I am sick and tired of people who stick up for our country being branded racist by the politically correct do-gooders who are scared to hear the truth.

    I will say this to the BNP, if you can deliver what you promise then I promise you, you will get mine and my family's votes–I cant say fairer than that….

    Posted by Lesco | March 12, 2008, 11:31 am
  14. There is one thing in the policies which I cannot find, and that is anything about carers. Carers in this country do a huge job which saves the country millions each year. I am a carer for my son who is severely disabled. He needs two people to look after him though only one of us is able to claim carers allowance. What I would love to see is what policies the BNP have with regards to people like us. I love what I am reading on this site so far and these things would be a great help as well.

    Posted by redfang55 | March 14, 2008, 8:37 pm
  15. Hi Redfang, One of the most disastrous moves of recent years has been the out-sourcing of public services by successive governments. This has moved our “care” institutions further and further into the corporate sector where the be-all and end-all is corporate profitability.

    I ask you to look at the work of the BNP's mayoral candidate for London to gain a little insight into how the BNP would operate:

    “British National Party Budget, Barking and Dagenham Council 2008/9, Compiled and Presented by Richard Barnbrook, Leader of the British National Party Barking and Dagenham


    This can be found in the news archive section of the website.

    What becomes perfectly clear is that the huge savings of 10.2 million pounds that is a result of proposals by BNP councillors concentrate very heavily on removing services from the private sector, and moving them “in house”. There is absolutely no reason why tax-payers' money shouldn't be used as efficiently, if not MORE efficiently, in the public than the private sector. If we translate that to a BNP national government, then that has huge implications for a real move to keep essential services in the public sector.

    One of the gals who works for me (a good mate, too), had to care for her mother for the last 25 years of her life. For the last 12 months before she died (of a chronic degenerative nerve disease), her mum could do absolutely nothing for herself. My friend, who has severe rheumatoid herself, had to fight tooth and nail just to get a carer to help for 1/2 hour in the morning and 1/2 hour in the evening. Services were provided by a private company. The end result was that she had NO assistance at weekends. This was despite the fact that a Macmillan nurse had assessed her mum as requiring THREE people to move her.

    Around 20 years ago, care services were available 7 days a week for people with FAR less dependency. I know, because I used to do it–as well as hospice work.

    A BNP government would also look seriously at the terrible situation facing 175,000 CHILDREN in the UK who currently care for disabled, chronically ill, or dying parents in the UK. Only around 7,000 of these children receive proper assistance in their day-to-day lives, and all lose out on what should be a joyous childhood. It is absolutely heart-rending to read about.


    Posted by Shropshire Lass | March 15, 2008, 2:05 pm
  16. Brilliant! EVERYTHING in this article seems exactly how it should be. Cant wait until im old enough to vote! Keep it up.

    Posted by kieran142 | March 19, 2008, 8:45 am
  17. I believe that all nationalists know full well how very weak is our economic position, that our industries have largely gone or being taken into foreign ownership and that we float on a sea of debt. Nationalists know that the much vaunted “services” economy is just candyfloss, that it runs on frenzied financial speculation and reckless money-lending. We know that it is so ordered for the benefit of spivs, speculators, parasites, wide-boys and chancers for their financial enrichment. Unfortunately, untreated, this presages utter disaster for our people and our country. Up to now the wider public has been very largely seduced by this get rich quick, never had it so good, “vibrant”, con-trick. They have been deceived by fine practictioners of the art of spin and smoke and mirrors like Brown and Blair. But the reckoning is now due, what is the credit crunch but lying parasites distrusting other lying parasites? And the scales are starting to fall from the people's eyes. Truly the Emperor has no clothes. Will Hutton of the Observer, an extremely astute commentator, sees this and says that: “Today's lack of political criticism cannot last much longer - there is too much popular and even business demand for change. For the party capable of breaking the deadlock, the payback will be huge.”


    The corrupt Old Gang cannot change their spots, only the BNP can seize the initiative here on what will be the central issue of the coming years, with which immigration is inextricably tied-up. BNP economic policies hit the spot here :”We further believe that British industry, commerce, land and other economic and natural assets belong in the final analysis to the British nation and people. To that end we will restore our economy and land to British ownership.” I hope these policies will be made more prominent and refined. Above all what we need is to tame the insolence of the City of London and bring them to heel, to make them serve the nation, not to rip us off and ruin us as they have been doing these many decades. I do not see how anybody with a shred of patriotism in them can have viewed what has happened to us and be anything other than appalled. It's going to be a hard old road back, a journey which conventional politics doesn't know where to start, even if it wished to.

    Posted by neversurrender | March 24, 2008, 8:53 am
  18. Why is the Dalai Lama seen as “good” by the media but Nick Griffin - virtually identical arguments - is “bad” ?

    Posted by cigpapers | March 30, 2008, 9:55 pm
  19. BNP policies are absolutely spot-on, they are clear and fair. How anyone can see these policies as being unfair and racist is beyond me. Let's overthrow the current government and put the BNP to work and make Britain Great again as it once was. I want my children to grow up in a BRITISH society, speaking ENGLISH and being PROUD of their heritage. I can't praise the BNP enough for such excellent policy. Roll on June.

    Want to overthrow the current government? Get out the BNP Vote!–Ed.

    Posted by nick.p@zoom.co.uk | April 9, 2008, 11:54 am
  20. Immigration is NOT the reason for Britain's problems today! I am sick and tired of hearing priveliged, white people cynically condemn those who come to our country seeking refuge as money grabbing spongers. IT IS NOT ILLEGAL TO BE AN ASYLUM SEEKER! It is a human right. Britain is NOT overpopulated, resources are just mismanaged. Despite being saddened by such (let's be honest) racist prejudice and ignorance, I am confident that the BNP will continue as it has been, a marginalised extremist party of Daily Mail readers.

    —– You're quite right, JennieB: immigration is not the reason for all our problems. Mass uncontrolled immigration is a different proposition entirely. Crime has DOUBLED over the last ten years, and much of this crime is of a nature that was previously extremely rare in this country. To say this country is not ovecrowded, is just plain wrong: we're bursting at the seams, to the extent that public services are breaking down and the government plans to erase our greenbelt in order to give free homes to foreigners. We have a generation of lost and wayward youth hanging around on street corners, poorly educated, emasculated and with no sense of purpose or self-respect. I could go on, and on and on; please read the articles on this site. It is not ‘extremist' to defend the integrity of your country. Most of us despise the DM, as it presents a lot of unpalatable truths then leaves the readers in a political cul-de-sac, where they are encouraged to support more of the same! - Ed.

    Posted by JennieB | April 14, 2008, 12:12 pm
  21. I support the BNP's policies … obviously, this is why I looked at your page and signed up and why I am going to vote BNP. I do not believe in deportation of all Non whites, as I believe even white immigrants should go home too. Also, if a foreigner joins our army and lays down their life, then I have no problem with them being here …. well they would be dead … but their families anyway. You have excellent policies, not just on immigration. I look forward to any more you may add. Especially when you become our government.


    Hello, and welcome to the BNP family, MrK - Ed

    Posted by Mr.k | April 15, 2008, 1:11 pm
  22. I have another idea, I see many young people nowadays with no future prospects, drinking on street corners and being absoloute…so and so's. Many of these people will end up dead, in prison, or living in a bedsit with next to nothing. The government does nothing to help or educate these people properly, they just throw them in prison at very young ages, where they either go insane from…god knows what people have done to them in there, are murdered, or just have an enjoyable ride. I think these people need something that will actually teach them a lesson! National service is an excellent way to do this, look at the tv show ”bad lads army” most of the men coming out of there at the end of the series turn out to be fine gentleman. Or perhaps they should get masses of community service and build schools, roads, hospitals etc. They will learn new skills, learn to respect and help the community all round.

    Posted by Mr.k | April 16, 2008, 2:07 pm
  23. mr.k I haven't seen any BNP policies that say deport all non-white immigrants. Deport all ILLEGALS of whatever race, yes.

    Posted by bertie bert | April 21, 2008, 1:35 pm
  24. These policies would turn this country around. However, I do belive people that contribute to our country have a right to be here. I think our immigration policies should be similar to Australia's.

    Posted by Henry Bland | April 26, 2008, 5:25 pm
  25. Today is my political awakening. Having served the government for years without question as a soldier, I am now questioning where this government is taking us. I've read the BNP policies and agree in principle to all except Northern Ireland. The UK is an Island .The seas that surround us define us as a nation, set apart from all others. We are paying the price retrospectively for our former empire building.

    Time to pull up the drawbridge and deal with our own issues.

    —- Well said, soldier. - Ed.

    Posted by zap0086 | April 30, 2008, 10:54 am
  26. JennieB, you haven't followed the debates on asylum seekers. The law is complicated, mainly because it involves different countries. But as I understand it asylum can be claimed only in a neighbouring country to one at war or in chaos. People arriving in the UK CANNOT be genuine asylum seekers because of this. However lawyers make a great deal of money from this scam and are unlikely to change. (If you think I'm being harsh on lawyers, ask anyone who's been involved with ‘no win no fee' scams, hospital and health negligence, etc etc).

    The other issue is people coming here 'seeking refuge'. They are almost always ‘economic migrants' - from Malawi nurses to Nigerians in Dublin to Pakistanis. The problem is the populations of these countries are enormous, completely impossible to assimilate or absorb. You probably think in terms of a sprinkling of black students, or junior Princes from India, or colourful-looking Arabs. With modern travel, for the first time in human history HUGE population movements are possible. The BNP is the only party facing this issue. It's simply impossible to offer housing to hundreds of millions of people; quite apart from the unfairness on the locals. I don't suppose you've been made homeless, or seen an area you've lived in most of your life become converted without any vote from you into an alien zone.

    As I say, only the BNP discuss these things.

    Posted by RW | April 30, 2008, 11:12 am
  27. I feel like I have been brainwashed by the media, after actually reading the BNP policies and other articles on the website I have a very different view of the BNP than a few years ago. Seems like you are one of the few political parties that makes any sense, you have my support in tomorrow's local elections for sure.

    The BNP is rather different in reality than in the establishment/media fantasy land, isn't it? Well done. - Ed.

    Posted by SuperMario | April 30, 2008, 11:15 am
  28. I am also a new recruit to the BNP.

    We live in a part of the country where asylum seekers are forced upon us, mainly East European. The crime rate has increased until it is almost out of control, but the sanitized press refuse to acknowledge the problems.

    We have even had shops opening, which have proclaimed, “No English People,”.

    Enough is enough. International asylum laws have to be enforced rigouroulsy, Europe has to be kept at arms length, and being British has to be something to be proud of again.

    Posted by pumbles | May 3, 2008, 9:54 pm
  29. I agree with many of the BNP's policies and voted for the party during the recent elections, but I am wondering if the party have thought about the backlash if/when they go into power? Would Britain become the number one target for terrorism crimes from Islam countries?

    Posted by cdery85 | May 4, 2008, 2:32 am
  30. I have a few questions I would like to ask.

    I am not a BNP supporter, but I believe you can't decide not to like something if you don't know anything about it. Hence why I am here, to read up on the party's policies etc.

    I understand where a lot of these ideas come from. And I believe a lot of them are good ideas, greener living, British industry etc. - but I'm curious to know HOW they would be implemented? It's ok sitting there saying we are going to do this and we're going to do that. But at the end of the day that's what every politician says.

    Where is the money going to come from to set British industry back up? What happens to the small British high street businesses that buy stock from abroad? (I work for one of them) It's ok saying we can produce things here, but the whole reason businesses took trade away was because products could be made cheaper. Yes it exploits poor people abroad, and yes I don't think it's right. But bringing British industry back is not going to be easy. People in this country have become far too used to throwaway culture. We start producing here again then the price of products will go up because we have to pay workers a decent wage. There will be no more t-shirts for 99p and Primark won't exist!!!!

    Also, what about cotton production. How much of our clothing is made from cotton. We don't grow it here in England, we don't have the right conditions. Most of it is grown in the USA, China and India. We'd have to import it, then that pushes the prices up.

    I understand that your policies sound perfect to a lot of people. Hey, some of them sound ok to me. But when it comes down to it, they're just words.

    So far you want more money for the workers, more money for the health service, more money for the troops. But where is this money coming from?

    How are you going to encourage those people who don't want to work to get jobs? There's plenty of them around! Jobs and workers to fill them. It's ok saying you'll get rid of unemployment, but if you saw the prog a few weeks ago about migrant workers in the UK: when the interviewer stood outside a job centre trying to tell white males where they could get work. They didn't want to know. The wage was higher then minimum but because the work was manual, working on a farm they'd rather sit at home on benefits1!!!! How are you going to solve that?

    Posted by sparklyb | May 5, 2008, 10:56 am
  31. I am a university student, and was just wondering what sort of policies the BNP has on this subject as there doesn't seem to be anything written about it. It annoys me that while we have to pay at least 17/18 grand for our education, offenders in prisons get a free degree as part of their ‘rehabilitation' this seems scandalous!!

    Posted by Hols | May 6, 2008, 2:35 pm
  32. I'm doing a pollitics course at the moment and it made me realise that I really know nothing about any of the choices we have so i decided to look it up.

    I'm only just voting age so I haven't had a chance yet, but unless I change my mind drastically beforehand, then when the opportunity comes around, I'm pretty sure I will be voting BNP. It's not really comforting to see how much the truth is twisted for the general public.

    I was expecting to come on here and see a huge great slogan against the ‘Blacks/Jews/Polish/Chinese/Anyone who isn't us' at the top of the page.

    Posted by thisisthenewshit | May 7, 2008, 7:33 pm
  33. sparklyb, For a start coming out of the EU would free up some £7billion a year and getting our troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan would free up a few more billion. Not giving billions to other countries like India–Brown just gave £880,000,000 to enable them to build more schools and train teachers, whilst ignoring the fact that countries like India have nuclear weapons and a space program! Not bailing out businesses like Northen Rock, but instead, as it is relying on taxpayers money, turn the bank into a bank that serves the people. See this video.


    The monies saved would be invested in Britain for the British people.

    Posted by bertie bert | May 18, 2008, 1:23 pm
  34. It is with great sadness that I watch the English-derived nations of the world (US, CA, NZ & Aus), as well as the UK, hell bent on self-destruction. The Africans and Asians threw out the British based on the rights of indigenous people. Well, aren't the English, Welsh, Scots and Irish the indigenous people of the British Isles? And shouldn't the indigenous people have the right to decide who does and does not live in their country? The British Isles are quite small compared to Asia and Africa. Why should the British give up their homeland to people who runined their native lands? It is not racist to want to survive as a people. Good luck to you, the US is done but hopefully your Kingdom will survive another 1,000 years.

    Posted by NewJerseyFriend | May 19, 2008, 4:44 am
  35. With the recent abortion laws being reviewed I was wondering what the party's view is on this matter?


    There are a variety of views within the party on this issue, ron7055, just as there are among the public. It is not yet a policy issue, though I'm sure it will be raised at some point and a sensible approach adopted. Its a tricky one though, and we will have to see how it pans out after the parliamentary vote.

    http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-23485937-details/Fathers+aren%27t+needed+say+MPs%3A+Commons+decides+IVF+babies+can+do+without+a+male+role+model/article.do - Ed

    Posted by ron7055 | May 21, 2008, 12:33 pm
  36. Thanks Ed for the prompt reply and the link.I know it's a very sensitive issue.

    Posted by ron7055 | May 21, 2008, 4:09 pm
  37. Hi im new, just created this account quickly to put a comment on here as I ended up on this page (believe it or not) by looking up military combat engineer >.< but just would like to comment that BNP would have my vote and my familys vote and the friends of my family etc etc . . if they were standing in my area :( but to my disapointment I cant vote for them as they are not standing in my area anymore :( but would also agree about the whole throwing the immigrants out of britain how about giving them a choice?? i.e. how about they serve 4 years in the british military (under the same conditions as the other soldiers) and whilst they are serving and showing they really want to come and live in the UK their application will/would be accepted after the 4 year service . . cant get fairer than that . . . and how about taking a wage cut to show the (common people) you are on their side? I myself being a low paid over worked britishman just thought I would give you somthing to think about but good luck with getting the votes

    Posted by G.Reaper | May 25, 2008, 1:46 am
  38. If we are to restore democracy in this country the first thing we have to do is ban the “whip” system. It is the antithesis of democracy.

    Posted by cliffhassall | June 10, 2008, 11:32 am
  39. I would say to cdery85 that we are already high up on the list for being a terrorist crime target from Moslem countries & organizations. It makes little difference if we p*** them off completely, but at least they won't be living here! Start worrying if al-Qaeda gets an airplane again!

    Posted by stevegray2008 | June 10, 2008, 3:05 pm
  40. Great Britain: dustin. The BNP, et al, has no chance of stemming this tide of immigration. The UK-through successive governments- has been destroyeds. The UK is finished; leave now, the US is the best.

    we will never surrender Ed

    Posted by thisplace | July 2, 2008, 10:36 pm
  41. I am new to this discussion, and support the BNP to a great extent. It is after all with great speed that we approach an era in which the ‘black man has the whip hand over the white man' to quote Enoch Powell. The loss of what was GREAT Britishness is disappearing at such an alarming rate that I cannot understand why so many fail to see the negative effect that foreign imigrants have had on our country. this is not only so economically, but on our values and traditions which have been invaded as a result of the idiocy of previous governments. As previous comments have noted, the views of the BNP are not racist, but support the idea of a traditional Britain. It may not currently be illegal to be an assylum seeker, and it may currently be a right of immigrants legally ON PAPER, but morally we should stand by the beliefs which we are scared to highlight. The BNP would ensure that we return to a greater, better funtioning nation, without the desperately negative effects of multiculturalism. The reason that this country struggles is as a direct reslut of an overpopulated nation which has been caused by foreign immigrants living in and reproducing in this country. It is my worry that we will soon lose the values that we once had altogether, and become a minority in a Tiny Britain that is rightfully ours.

    The BNP have my vote for certain


    Its always good to see new people commenting here, and to get different viewpoints. Thanks for your comment, htgv, and welcome aboard. - Ed

    Posted by htgv | July 11, 2008, 6:51 pm
  42. Would a BNP government dismantle the benefit system completely that so many rely on?

    - No, the benefit system would not be completely dismantled. However, the system is far too bureaucratic and top-heavy. Time and time again, the people who are most deserving of support from the system are the ones left in poverty with little or or help. Advocates for these folk are few are few. On the other hand there are many who know how to “work” the system to their advantage at the expense of genuinely needy folk. It has always seemed crazy that we are taxed so heavily in this country,and in the past 10 years, have seen tax thresholds drop by 1/3 in real terms, so that people often accept that they are better off on benefits -Ed

    Posted by Fairygirl | July 14, 2008, 10:35 pm
  43. I am only 15, yet I believe that Enoch was right. In some parts of Britain it's like walking in a foreign country. Also in Dudley there is a mosque, yet they wish to build an 18million pound mosque. There was a petition against it with about 4000 thousand people, so they stopped it but now it's being built anyway, this is just stupid. Even the white British people no longer have a say with the current government any more. This money could go to much more efficient projects. - Hear, hear! Jones01, the petition against the mosque was signed by 23,500 people.. and was totally disregarded by the inspectors from Bristol who trounced the local decision-making process. Welcome aboard, joneso1. - Ed

    Posted by joneso1 | July 21, 2008, 5:49 pm
  44. I read through all of the comments the good and the bad.

    The only comment I have to say is,

    Where do I sign up?

    - Welcome aboard Kris! Full details about BNP Membership can be found at:


    - Ed

    Posted by Kris | July 22, 2008, 7:51 am
  45. I am astounded that such a petition against the contruction of a mosque was ignored - do we have any say in our country anymore?

    - Yes, absolutely. Be sure to VOTE BNP at the next and every opportunity, or alternatively, write BNP across your ballot paper where a BNP Candidate is not standing - Ed

    Posted by htgv | July 22, 2008, 11:38 am
  46. We have a similar situation here in Oxford (legendary of course for our many spires, etc) and now they are okaying the construction of multicultural places of worship, mosques, etc for however many different religions, I wouldn't mind, but a fair few of the muslims here are abusive, disrespectful idiots. they do not deserve leniency like this. I hate the spoon feeding mentality.

    Maybe you should mind, do you want to end up like Bradford? - Ed

    Posted by Riothamus | July 30, 2008, 7:51 pm
  47. I was very annoyed off after seeing one of these settlers with a T shirt stating

    “The Queen is yours, the land is ours.”

    The second most popular name for boys in this country is Muhammed! If we don't start doing something we will eventually be voted out of our own country. They are having bigger families than British families and social services (the British Public) is subsidising them. (How dumb ARE we?)

    Posted by Smartalec | August 5, 2008, 9:43 pm
  48. i completely aree with Smartalec. in 2007 there was an increase of 20,000 births compared with 2006 figures. two thirds of these 20,000 were babies born to women from overseas. a large part of this reason is the tendancy for, in particular, indian mothers to have large families. and we, and the NHS, many other services and housing have to support this. the average number of children for women from Bangladesh is 3.9, and almost five from Pakistani women. The number of births to foreign-born women now stands at 23 percent. it has been predicted that the population will reach 71 million by 2031, with migrants and their Britain-born children accounting for 69 percent of that growth. these statistcis are shocking. yes - we ARE being dumb!

    Posted by htgv | August 11, 2008, 9:02 pm