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Much gloating over BNP leak
The papers are full of the news that relatively recent contact details of the membership of the BNP has been placed on the internet, possibly by a disgruntled former employee, or a mole.
The site containing the list, which I found very easily last night on a comment blog, is now down. A nasty former neighbour I expected to find on it was not there but he is probably too lazy or too tight with his dosh to join. Either that or he prefers (and he is nasty enough for them) the National Front.
Regular readers will know that I have no time for the racism in the BNP, however cunningly they disguise it. But they are the only party to understand the threat that is dhimmitude and to give voice to the fears of millions. Hence their recent electoral successes, among people I would not personally condemn as racist.
Left wing groups are crowing about the “shame” of membership revealed and predicting that this will prevent people joining. The fact that membership of a legal political party can give rise to dismissal from national service jobs, or fears of threats and violence for the member or their family, as postulated on the Islamic blog where I found the link, may well increase public support for the BNP.
The membership lists may be in the public domain; the ballot box is still secret, for now.