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    http://bnp.org.uk/2010/01/bnp-team-o...hs-in-salford/

    “Not only were we digging out cars and removing snow from paths, we also went shopping to buy essential provisions such as bread and milk.”

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    The BNP-loving comments are pretty disturbing :yikes:

    "Charity begins at home, it is great to see what the BNP do, ulike the other parties who just look after themselves, The BNP really do help the community." :erm:

    I hope that's just BNP members bigging themselves up rather than others being taken in by it.
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    What do you want to discuss? :curious:
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    they went and bought bread and milk?
    im not overly critical of the bnp, but if you are against them this is going to make as much difference as ... i cant think of anything funny, but point stands!
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    Good on them I guess :dontknow:

    Sure it's a publicity stunt... But at least they aren't completely dry.

    I still find them anti-people though (if that's even a word) and anti-science so I'd never vote for them. Also I'm brown. That's also a pretty big reason for not giving them my support.
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    (Original post by xmarilynx)
    The BNP-loving comments are pretty disturbing

    "Charity begins at home, it is great to see what the BNP do, ulike the other parties who just look after themselves, The BNP really do help the community."

    I hope that's just BNP members bigging themselves up rather than others being taken in by it.
    To be fair it's the BNP website, moderated by BNP admin; if they can't get positive comments there, they'll get them nowhere! Islam4UK, before the website closed down yesterday, had a similar level of approval in its comments.

    As this article shows, they're not all that bad at PR, and it'd be a schoolboy mistake to allow loads of negative comments to flood their own website. Indeed, there's also the issue of BNP members/supporters being more likely to view the BNP website than anyone else.
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    (Original post by fr3shmang0)
    Good on them I guess

    Sure it's a publicity stunt... But at least they aren't completely dry.

    I still find them anti-people though (if that's even a word) and anti-science so I'd never vote for them. Also I'm brown. That's also a pretty big reason for not giving them my support.
    If it works, it's a word! The big word for that is misanthropic though. :cool:
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    Although it is clearly a publicity stunt I say good on them for helping. There are plenty of people who won't, that includes Old People charaties.
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    (Original post by S_123)
    What do you want to discuss?
    The recent inflation in haddock pricing.
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    It'd be the first time they wanted to remove something white, wouldn't it? :p:
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    Good on them?
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    (Original post by jismith1989)
    If it works, it's a word! The big word for that is misanthropic though. :cool:
    That's the one!

    Lol thanks
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    They offered to paint my grandmother's fence once. Strangely enough, the offer didn't extend to her Asian neighbours.
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    (Original post by MarinaM)
    It'd be the first time they wanted to remove something white, wouldn't it? :p:
    You legend.
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    Well the BNP's main objective is looking after the interests of the British people.

    Much of their work (not that it ever gets reported,) is in helping OAP's and war veterans get their groceries, walking them across roads, cleaning up statues that honour the war dead, etc, because they realize these are the people that built this country in to what it is today.

    They are not a "far-right" party, a lot of their policies are very left-leaning or socialist...Can't see why this surprises people.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a BNP member, havn't voted for them (yet!) but thinking about doing so at the next election.
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    Creepy.

    It's nice of them but to me personally, not being continuously aware of their hateful policies would count as selling out my non-white friends. Not to mention respect for my gender, liberalism, science, sexual freedom and gays :p:

    Like someone said.. don't suppose they'd be so "nice" to everyone.

    Yeah, my conclusion is basically that they still suck.
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    People are being blind sighted buy these small deads.
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    (Original post by MaceyThe)
    Well the BNP's main objective is looking after the interests of the British people.

    Much of their work (not that it ever gets reported,) is in helping OAP's and war veterans get their groceries, walking them across roads, cleaning up statues that honour the war dead, etc, because they realize these are the people that built this country in to what it is today.

    They are not a "far-right" party, a lot of their policies are very left-leaning or socialist...Can't see why this surprises people.

    Disclaimer: I'm not a BNP member, havn't voted for them (yet!) but thinking about doing so at the next election.
    My job involves wiping arses, having tough discussions, helping people get dressed, get home..and i don't expect that to make me electable. Whats the bet that they don't do these things to the 'non-white, british' members of a COMMUNITY
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    (Original post by jismith1989)
    http://bnp.org.uk/2010/01/bnp-team-o...hs-in-salford/

    “Not only were we digging out cars and removing snow from paths, we also went shopping to buy essential provisions such as bread and milk.”

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    I would of expected Labour to resort to such a tactic. At the end of the day everybody knows conservative are going to win, just like everybody knew obama was going to win.

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    On a separate note, do you think supporting any other party apart from labour is disloyal seeing as they helped me arrive in this country and now that I have lived here for over 10 year I feel I am more socially aware and do not agree with labour party polices, but believe they did bring me here?
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