Mission Statement

By News Team February 28, 2008

The British National Party exists to secure a future for the indigenous peoples of these islands in the North Atlantic which have been our homeland for millennia. We use the term indigenous to describe the people whose ancestors were the earliest settlers here after the last great Ice Age and which have been complemented by the historic migrations from mainland Europe.The migrations of the Celts, Anglo-Saxons, Danes, Norse and closely related kindred peoples have been, over the past few thousands years, instrumental in defining the character of our family of nations.

While we recognise the United Kingdom as a political entity, the BNP does not arrogantly seek to impose one set of Westminster dominated decisions across these nations. We embrace and cherish the native cultural diversity within the British Isles and wish to extend the concept of democracy to the lowest possible level, where those that are affected by a decision are the ones who influence and make the decision.

Political battle

The struggle to secure our future is being waged on many fronts. The need for political power is crucial to bring about our goals. Without effective political representation the majority of Britons, who are deeply concerned about the future, have no voice in the chambers where decisions are made. Increasingly numbers of voters are expressing apathy and discontent with the endless incompetence, lies,false promises and sleaze coming from the three parties that make up the Old Gang. The BNP will contest and win elections at council, parliamentary, Assembly or European level in order to achieve political power to bring about the changes needed.

Torch bearers of culture

The rich legacy of tradition, legend, myth and very real wealth of landscape and man-made structures is one of our island's richest treasures. The men and women of the British National Party are motivated by love and admiration of the outpouring of culture, art, literature and the pattern of living through the ages that has left its mark on our very landscape. We value the folkways and customs which have been passed down through countless generations. We enthuse with pride at the marvels of architecture and engineering that have been completed on these islands since the construction of the great megaliths 7,000 years ago.


Above and beyond our activities in the political world, we daily work with our people in their homes and communities addressing the fundamental issues of civil liberties and reverse discrimination. Increasingly our people are facing denial of service provision, failure to secure business contracts as well as poor job prospects as both reverse discrimination excludes our people from the school room, workplace and boardroom. A key role of the British National Party is to provide legal advice and support to victims of repression and those denied their fundamental civil rights.


3 comments for “Mission Statement”

  1. The Mission Statement needs to clearly address the fact that many/most British people (like me) will have some kind of a foreign element in their family these days, an elderly uncle marryied to a Thai woman, young people marrying an person from an ethnic background or, due to inter-racial re-marriage, have half or step siblings who they love, or the adoption of mixed race children, or babies from abroad by infertile British couples, etc. Then there are those who have a foreign element in their own family tree and would like to support the BNP and its policies but worry that it is anti people like themselves. The most important factor being that the British way of life - of manners, fair play and decency based on our Christian heritage is embraced, upheld and respected. I am thinking of British people represented by celebrities such as Dame Kelly Holmes, Craig David and Lewis Hamilton. The BNP needs to be clear in its policy towards young British people like these.


    You say that MOST British people will have some kind of of a foreign element in their family these days. Firstly, this is demonstrably not true. Secondly, in those instances where this is true, the BNP accepts those as fact and has no policy of discrimination toward them. Our concern is with mass immigration, the rise of Islam, crime, the EU, disposession and a host of other problems besetting our country, not petty or vindictive focussing on the issues you raise, and which are anyway being carried out against the native population by the current regime. Start supporting the BNP, otherwise you are part of the problem, and your concerns will be as nothing compared to what the eu/liblabcon have in store for us all. - Ed

    Posted by vecta | May 19, 2008, 6:34 am
  2. Excuse me? I already do support the BNP and have done for some time. I have a right to an opinion don't I? I know that the BNP has no policy of discimination towards such people but I am concerned that many of the general public who we are trying to reach are not, and I believe it might be helpful if they did.


    You do have a right to your opinion, and I accept your reason for stating it. The problem however is the antics of the liblabcon, media and the so-called “antifascists” who spread lies about us. If you have suggestions concerning how we might deal with that, aside from what we are doing, please let us know. If you are are doing something about it yourself which is effective, please let us know about that too, so we can incorporate into our already flat out efforts to inform the public of our true stance. Thanks. - Ed

    Posted by vecta | May 19, 2008, 1:54 pm
  3. Having read that and knowing that propaganda has been spread about BNP I think I will go for membership, I work at a certain car factory in Cowley in Oxford, I am a temp, but have worked my guts out since early 2004, it looks like the company are now offing temps from the factory and bringing in Portuguese and German workers by the end of the year, which leaves people like me obsolete, I am single and childless, but others I know aren't. I believe only the BNP can sort situations like this out. Count me in.


    What was Brown saying about “British jobs for British workers”? Welcome aboard, Riothamus - Web Team

    Posted by Riothamus | July 30, 2008, 8:02 pm