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Tuesday, 19 May 2009

British National Party has launched an anti-immigration campaign

The British National Party has launched an anti-immigration campaign harking back to the Battle of Britain, but it features a Polish Spitfire.

The poster, part of the European elections campaign, was unveiled last night, with a Spitfire and the words "Battle for Britain".

The party is campaigning against allowing Europeans into Britain

But historians noted that the fighter was acutally part of the RAF 303 squadron, which was made up of expatriate Poles.

In the Battle of Britain Poles shot down 203 Luftwaffe aircraft which stood for 12 per cent of total German losses in the battle.

A Royal Air Force museum spokesman said told the Daily Mail: "The Spitfire in the poster can be identified as belonging to 303 Squadron of the Polish Air Force by the code letters RF painted in front of the RAF roundel."

The BNP insisted they knew all along about the plane's background.

BNP spokesman Simon Darby said: "The 2009 election campaign poster features a spitfire plane and represents the Battle of Britain.

"It doesn't matter if it's a Polish squadron plane at all. It's a symbol of Britain's struggle at the moment.

"Using that plane doesn't go against our policies.

"It's not a question of disliking the Polish people – it's just a question of economics."


'The British National Party (BNP) is a far-right and whites-only political party in the United Kingdom. The party is not represented in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. In the 2005 UK general election, the BNP received 0.7% of the popular vote, giving it the eighth largest share of the vote, although it was fifth overall among English seats.

In the 2007 Welsh Assembly Election, it came fifth in terms of votes for the regional lists with 4.3% of the vote, winning no seats.

The BNP also finished fifth in the 2008 London mayoral election with 5.23% of the popular vote, as well as electing Mayoral candidate Richard Barnbrook to the London Assembly.
According to its constitution, the BNP is "committed to stemming and reversing the tide of non-white immigration and to restoring, by legal changes, negotiation and consent the overwhelmingly white makeup of the British population that existed in Britain prior to 1948."

The BNP also proposes "firm but voluntary incentives for immigrants and their descendants to return home."
It advocates the repeal of all anti-discrimination legislation, and restricts party membership to "indigenous British ethnic groups deriving from the class of ‘Indigenous Caucasian’". The BNP also accepts white immigrants that are assimilated into one of those ethnicities.'

Extracted from BBC
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