Under the heading “Counter Jihad: Confronting the Islamic Colonisation of Britain”, the British National Party’s 2010 election manifesto features the following policies:
• The BNP is implacably opposed to the Labour/Tory regime’s mass immigration policies which, if left unchecked, will see Britain and most of Europe colonised by Islam within a few decades.
• The BNP believes that the historical record shows that Islam is by its very nature incompatible with modern secular western democracy.
• The BNP will ban the burka, ritual slaughter and the building of further mosques in Britain.
• The BNP believes that there should be absolutely no further immigration from any Muslim countries, as it presents one of the most deadly threats yet to the survival of our nation.
• We propose the immediate deportation of all radical Islamist preachers, those proven to have attended any of their inflammatory sermons, and any other members of their community who object to these reasonable security measures.
Update: The BNP’s manifesto does have an admirer, though – Sean Gabb of the Libertarian Alliance, who declares his support for the fascists’ policies on “climate change, Europe, guns, smoking, multiculturalism, taxation, and so forth”. Gabb writes: “I think the time has come to stop denouncing the BNP for what it used to be saying, or for its alleged hidden agenda, and to start looking at what it is saying now.”
Gabb, you may recall, was one of the featured speakers at the so-called March for Free Expression in 2006, along with Peter Tatchell and Maryam Namazie.