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      As most people have said, the BNP is dead and irellivent, they put the nails in their own coffin many years ago. This change of leadership will do nothing to alter the current party state.

      What the UK needs is a highly militant right wing movement, not a suit and boots mimic of the upper class political game with dull speeches, vague manifestos, question time appearances and poorly designed campaign posters. But a grass-roots force to take control and stamp out the issues mercilessly.
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      (Original post by Zen Baphomet)
      As most people have said, the BNP is dead and irellivent, they put the nails in their own coffin many years ago. This change of leadership will do nothing to alter the current party state.

      What the UK needs is a highly militant right wing movement, not a suit and boots mimic of the upper class political game with dull speeches, vague manifestos, question time appearances and poorly designed campaign posters. But a grass-roots force to take control and stamp out the issues mercilessly.
      That's not going to happen. Today people are in a zombie trance with their mass media, beliefs in the most ridiculous propaganda,celebrities and consumerism. If someone says a nasty word or makes a nasty tweet they go running to the police and newspapers. What are the chances of getting people who march through London?

      The BNP has to cater for the reality as it is today. UKIP has shown that politics is not completely fixed.
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        That's not going to happen. Today people are in a zombie trance with their mass media, beliefs in the most ridiculous propaganda,celebrities and consumerism. If someone says a nasty word or makes a nasty tweet they go running to the police and newspapers. What are the chances of getting people who march through London?

        The BNP has to cater for the reality as it is today. UKIP has shown that politics is not completely fixed.
        It probably won't happen I agree.

        Can't stop a man from dreaming though.
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        (Original post by SpikeyTeeth)
        Will Adam Walker be more successful than Nick Griffin in reversing the brainwashing of the British people, and convincing the British people to abandon cultural Marxism and ideas such as its good to be proud to be black but terrible to be proud to be white, gay marriage is good for Christianity but terrible for Islam, its great to have Africa run by Africans but to have Europe run by Europeans is racist, non-diverse, and that it's better to have women British work than have children because typing numbers into a computer matters but carrying on your own people does not, you need to pay other people benefits to have 10 children in your country paid for by benefits? And the fact that facts don't matter and you need to take your advice from a cultural Marxist belief system that creates an illusory belief that if the Daily Mail, BNP, migration watch, Traditional Britain Group says something, it must be false and its best to refrain from any objective analysis because it's not "useful". Not "useful" for the cultural subversion idea to topple the west, and you must concentrate on the 5% where this works like Oxford University not the 95% of ghettos, hellholes, depravity, AIDS, death by national debt, crime.
        this man would have gotten a lot of votes in Britain today

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7C-OytbIuy4
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        The BNP is dead, most of their members have left to join either UKIP or Britain First.

        He is the captain of a sinking U-boat
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        https://en-gb.facebook.com/Kyokushin.Spennymoor/

        He runs his own Karate school.
       
       
       
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