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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - British National Party
The British National Party (BNP) is a far-right political party formed as a splinter group from the National Front by John Tyndall in 1982. The BNP restricted membership to people it referred to as "Indigenous Caucasian", effectively excluding non-whites, until 2009 when its constitution was challenged in the courts on grounds of racial discrimination. After a vote by members in a February 2010 extraordinary general meeting the BNP dropped this policy, with chairman Nick Griffin saying that it will now "accept anyone as a member providing they agree with us that this country should remain fundamentally British". The High Court has found that the new constitution is still "likely to commit unlawful acts". - Source: Wikipedia
When the English Defense League sprang to life two years ago, it had fewer than 50 members _ a rough-and-tumble bunch of mostly white guys shouting from a street corner about what they viewed as uncontrolled Muslim immigration.
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