The following letter has just been published in a leading Church of England newspaper:
As a member of the British National
Party and as their lead candidate for the European Community elections
for the East Midlands, due to take place on 4th June this year, I feel
that I can endorse — from a Christian viewpoint — the BNP’s stance on
race, immigration, ethnicity and voluntary repatriation.
Whilst the BNP is a secular and not a
religious party, its views generally agree with the Bible’s own
teaching that we are to live as nations, in our nations, and not to
submit to a “resurrection” of the Babel thesis of one undifferentiated
mass under some form of, probably dictatorial and very unstable, world
The BNP undoubtedly accept that all
mankind are equally human and, therefore, equally imperfect; so the
worst traits of Darwinism are rejected by the party.
The BNP would also have no truck with
any form of national or racial hegemony of any group over another. As
far as the BNP is concerned supremacism — whether white, black, or
multi-racial — is out of the question. One of their key principles is,
in fact, national independence for all, including our own people. They
would not, however, see racial differences as superficial, or as simply
a matter of physical appearance: rather, every racial or ethnic group
does have a collective and distinctive character, which is to be both
valued and critiqued, making up the rich diversity of humankind.*
*Regardless of the nation or region, ethnic diversity results in NO diversity. Always has, always will. -- Ed.