I saw a thread posted on here the other day in respect of the BNP having to allow non white members join or face some sort of discrimination charge. To be fair, I doubt they probably expected too many new members to want to join, apart from those who would try to infiltrate and had ulterior motives.
So, I was rather surprised this morning on my way to work to read about Rajinder Singh, a Hindu Migrant who came to the UK in 1967 and is now aged 78 and whose father was killed during the partition wars, wanting to join. Ive read his comments on why he wants to join, though this isnt part of the debate in general.
This isnt a Daily mail thread (the story has been widely published. And google is your friend), so please focus on the question below rather than the usual crap.
I do not condone the BNP (even if I dont disagree with some of their views) and would spoil my vote rather than use it in support of their party.
However, I do recall comments on here a short while ago that this ruling about its membership would be its undoing.
Is Rajinder Singh just the tip of the iceberg and end up with the party actually growing?
Please pass your views on the question and dont make it the usual name calling squabble. I hope Ive made it perfectly clear above my views on the BNP and my own thoughts are that there are enough stupid people about to mean the party will grow as a result of this ruling not decline.
Views? Please respect other members and focus on the question and KEEP IT CIVIL.