Q: The politicians and the media call the BNP "racist"? Is this true?
A: No. "Racism" is when you ‘hate’ another ethnic group. We don't 'hate' black people, we don't 'hate' Asians, we don't oppose any ethnic group for what God made them, they have a right to their own identity as much as we do, all we want to do is to preserve the ethnic and cultural identity of the British people. We want the same human rights as everyone else, a right to a homeland, security, identity, democracy and freedom. We are not against immigrants as individuals. We are against a system which imports cheap labour regardless of the wishes of the host population. The British people were never asked if they wanted a multi-cultural society, immigration was forced on us undemocratically and against the clear wishes of the majority.
Q: What solutions does the BNP offer to the immigration problem?
A: The first thing a BNP government would do is to stop all further mass immigration into Britain. Then we would put in place a system of voluntary resettlement whereby those foreigners resident in Britain would be encouraged to return to their lands of origin. We would offer them the proper cash provisions to do this. This would stop, reduce and then reverse the headlong rush to a majority ethnic Britain. This scenario would benefit not only the native British people, who would secure themselves a homeland, but those of foreign origin who would take invaluable benefits to their own countries by using the skills and money they acquired in Britain to help their lands of native origins develop. It is the only answer to the present problem, the alternative is that the British people become a minority and face an uncertain future as second class citizens in our own land.
Q: Where do you stand on racial attacks?
A: Racist attacks are wrong, plain and simple. The majority of racist attacks in this country are committed against white British people, contrary to the image that the anti-British mass media portray. If a race-attack takes place, and the victim is black or Asian, the result is an endless media circus, howls of condemnation against the perpetrators, and more calls for repressive crusades against supposed ‘racism’. If a race-attack takes place, and the victim is white, the result is usually total silence. No condemnation, no media fanfare, total silence. By contrast, the BNP condemns all racial attacks, including those on non-whites. It is not the fault of individuals that they are in our country, and the answer to the problems caused by mass immigration must be solved by democratic political change, not by violence.
Q: When you talk about being "British" what do you mean?
A: We mean the bonds of culture, race, identity and roots of the native British peoples of the British Isles. We have lived in these islands near on 40,000 years! We were made by these islands, and these islands are our home. When we in the BNP talk about being British, we talk about the native peoples who have lived in these islands since before the Stone Age, and the relatively small numbers of peoples of almost identical stock, such as the Saxons, Vikings and Normans, and the Irish, who have come here and assimilated.
Q: Do you promote violence?
A: No. What possible advantage could we gain from it? The BNP feels that this country can, and will, only be changed by legal, democratic means. This is why we contest elections at all levels, from local parish council seats, to the General Election. There simply isn't any evidence whatsoever of any promotion of violence by the British National Party, it is all lies, lies and lies from a left-liberal media who know that our views and policies are shared by millions of people and so resort to unfounded smears rather than dealing with our arguments.
Q: Are you against democracy?
A: No. We are for more democracy. If the British people had their views represented in government and public affairs, many of the bad things that have happened to this country would never have happened! Mass immigration to the point where the native British people will become outnumbered in their own country would never have happened, capital punishment would never have been abolished, the sell-off of our freedom and independence to Brussels bureaucrats would never have taken place, and whole areas of our country wouldn't have been turned into a foreign country. It is the lack of democracy, and the emergence of a ruling political class in which a minority of self-serving career politicians impose their views which is the problem. A completely democratic government system will be the cornerstone of Britain's future under a BNP government. We are against the present sham of 'democracy' in which whatever way people vote they get the same. We offer an alternative - as democracy is supposed to do - and for that the self-serving left-liberal elite accuse us of being undemocratic! Yet, in reality, by seeking to deny voters a