The People chose green
pastures in a prosperous Land.
British National Party will declare the cessation of Britain’s European Union
membership on the very day BNP enters government. This will come about in
virtue of electoral mandate with no need for a referendum.
Consequently, no more payments will be made to EU institutions. Trade
will be with individual countries as between sovereign nations, and Britain
will not be bound to any EU laws or regulations.
Unrestricted trade and unrestricted freedom of movement between Britain
and European countries will come to an end. All vehicles entering Britain will
need to undergo customs control, because we want to know what goods are being
imported and make sure that all heavy goods vehicles, vans, cars and buses have
undergone an appropriate control.
Holiday visas from countries in Europe could be granted in an
unproblematic manner, such as at major ports and airports, or at a British
consulate, providing the applicant has sufficient funds to finance their stay
and their passport has been checked and compared with appropriate security
data. We want to know who is visiting our Country and to be sure they can
financially provide for themselves.
The British National Party would like to encourage the exchange of
culture between our Country and other nations in Europe. Promoting events such
as folk music, theatrical displays, cuisine and art is a way forward to
establishing relationships between differing cultures, and this alone would
probably go far beyond anything the EU has ever actually offered us.
Our Party is contrary to brother wars, and so we will never seek to
promote discord or war between European nations or within European countries.
Wherever a problem should arise in Europe, we would offer friendly mediation
within the spirit of Christian understanding, but never promote a war of one
side against another.
Agreements: Fair Trade
The flow of goods between Britain and European countries will be
regulated as according to the principles of fair trade. This will require that
the laws of Parliament ensure that the interests of British workers are never
subdued to cheap labour production from other countries in Europe.
Local production will be favoured and prioritised, as this guarantees the
right of people to access employment in their own area and diminishes the
carbon footprint. Transporting just about everything from one end of Europe to
the other and then in to Britain accounts for intense and constant pollution of
the air we breathe and rapidly depletes the oil reserves, but it does not
account for sane economic principles.
Such policy may at some point enable oil companies to start drilling for
shale oil in order to satisfy the demand for fuel, thus assuring corporate
profits and big bonuses for chief executives, but it certainly does nothing to
help nature. Furthermore, it destroys the local economy, and it has a heavy
impact on the traffic flow on our roads.
The electorate in the Dover and Deal Constituency will have the chance
to vote on our common destiny come the next General Election in May 2015.
People may vote for continued bankruptcy and spin-doctors’ politics,
where the downward spiralling economy is falsely depicted as being in
“fantastic shape”. But the possibility is also given to vote for the Party whose
only concern is our common prosperity.
No society can prosper when the economy has been deprived of its
manufacturing base. Precisely this has happened to Britain on a progressive
scale since the 1970s. A large proportion of our manufacturing sector has been
dismantled and outsourced to cheap-labour economies, mostly in the Far East of
Asia. In return, Britain became the world’s banking nation, relying largely on
banking services, loans and interest, and on dubious speculative policies in
the realm of paper investments.
The British National Party will assign special authority to local
councils at county and district level to lay out plans for small-scale industry
within their area, and to submit these plans to central Government.
Parliamentary consent will then be given to the plans that have been approved,
assuring a fair and equal distribution of industrial plant all over Britain.
This distribution will be based on the numbers of inhabitants of each area and
the local needs to create employment.
For this reason, local Government (the Councils) will need to determine
the number of people in search of employment and assess which sector of
production or services could be introduced or enhanced in their area.
The local council will then set about establishing training facilities
corresponding to the kinds of employment that either already exist, or have been
approved for their area. Training should be made available for all relevant
sectors that are to be introduced or enhanced in the local economy, whether factory
work, agriculture, care-related, cleaning, catering in restaurants, building or
Rather than interfere with already existing training facilities, the aim
will be to introduce or upgrade skills training wherever and whenever necessary.
As a result, centres already offering training will be given precedence and may
also receive financial incentives.
The BNP, once in government, would like to offer not only free training to those who cannot
afford it from their own purse, but pay people who attend a training course
with the intention of preparing for employment. Rather than spend £13 billion a
year on foreign aid and give every day £57 million to the European Union, we
would pay our own people to learn a trade and invest money in the necessary
The central Treasury will allocate funds to finance skills training and
also the production centres that will be set up in each county, assuring an
even distribution in all the districts. While private finance is welcome,
central funding from the Treasury will be essential for the simple reason that
so many firms in Britain have closed down their local production centres and
transferred abroad, mostly to Asia.
Among the sectors of economic output that BNP wishes to bring back to
Britain will be the textile industry, electronics, ship building, and really
just about anything that we can produce in our own Country.
Britain’s current trade deficit is unsustainable, as too is the high
level of unemployment we have, so we need to restructure our productive economy
in order to balance the books as well as to offer employment and a decent
salary to our own people.
Considering the amount of money that needs to be spent on importing
natural resources from abroad, such as fuel and metals, we cannot afford to
import just about everything else, from clothes to footwear to bars of soap and
every electronic gadget. Somewhere we need to draw a line and assure that
British citizens actually have the chance and the right to participate in
economic output, earn a decent wage and consequently partake in the joys of
After all, why should a chief executive of a share company earn £350.000
a year and take a £1 million annual bonus, as well as claiming expenses for
hotel bills, while someone else must make do with £73 a week job-seekers
Finally, British National Party will guarantee that local jobs go to
local people, and more in general, British jobs to British people. We say it,
we mean it. Anyone coming to work in Britain and who is not a British national
will need a work visa. Work visas will not be given for employment that we
ourselves can carry out.
While well motivated, cheap-labour workers from abroad may be willing to
work 25 hours a day and eight days a week for a minimum wage, employers will
simply have to get used to British workers who speak English, are British, and
work for a decent salary. If the employer does not like it, he can emigrate
The British National Party will stand in the Dover and Deal Constituency
in the 2015 General Election.
BNP Policy for
2015: Two Fundamental Facts
The local electorate need to know the first two policies Britain will
follow with immediate effect once a BNP government is in Parliament.
The first measure to be taken will be the immediate cessation of
Britain’s membership of the European Union. This will come about without a
referendum. In fact, voting BNP would give our Party the electoral mandate to
quit all EU treaties, none of which have ever been object of a national
referendum in the first place.
Secondly, the Government would end forthwith indiscriminate immigration
to Britain. Entry to the UK for non-British nationals would be subject to a
visa, whether for short term visiting or for a longer stay.
As a result, any foreign national coming to work would need a work visa.
In general, work visas will not be issued for factory and farm work, or for
care workers, nurses, domestic workers or any other sector of work which
usually comes under the minimum wage.
These types of employment, as they become available, will be converted into
decent wage jobs and offered to British nationals together with adequate
training courses. These training courses will be financed by the State.
These two measures as presented above are a fundamental promise and, as
stated, will be implemented with immediate effect.
Fracking in Dover
BNP categorically opposes fracking for shale gas and shale oil. No
drilling for this kind of energy shall take place anywhere in Britain if our
Party forms the government. No deal whatsoever shall be reached with energy
companies on this matter, and all licences that have been issued to carry out
fracking in any form will be revoked.
The idea of building around 15,000 new homes in Dover District by the
year 2026 to cater for large-scale migration to our area, and then destroying our
soil forever in order to supply an overcrowded district with energy that
otherwise is not available, is a sheer contradiction of common sense.
If our local territory is unable to find sufficient energy resources for
our current population, then planning such a large number of new homes – that
would effectively double Dover District’s population within 10 years – cannot
possibly be a sane policy even just from the point of view of providing energy.
To assume that we would simply agree to energy firms terminally
destroying our soil and our environment so as to create a quick-fix solution on
how to give 15,000 new migrating families a few years’ energy supply in gas, is
proof that the mainstream parties do not hold our interests in account.
Voting BNP into government will put an end to any wishful thinking on
the part of energy corporations looking for a way to make the quick buck
beneath our feet. We live on this soil, our forefathers have worked on it and
handed it down to us. We will not hand it over to the big-time capitalist
corporations to destroy.
Within one month of being appointed chairman of the UKIP Dover and Deal
branch, Chris Price has resigned and gone on to leave the party in disgust. He
stated that he was being called a racist and a fascist by people in his
hometown of Deal, and that he did not want to associate with UKIP anymore.
Former UKIP Chairman
for Dover and Deal Denounces UKIP
A former chairman of UKIP’s Dover and Deal branch has also spoken up
against the party. Ian Waddilove, who had become chairman two years ago, claimed
that UKIP is now a hotbed of extremism running a nasty campaign for the 2015 general
election. He has now joined the Conservative party and gone over to the
team campaigning for Tory MP Charlie Elphicke, who will be standing again in
the coming parliamentary elections.
Ian Waddilove noted that the current outrage stirred up in UKIP Dover
and Deal is just the tip of the iceberg of what the leading local party members
Bongo Bongo Land Revisited
The UKIP candidate for MP in the Dover and Deal constituency
caused local outcry in October 2014 with a Bongo-Bongo-land map of the world.
In this map, Africa is described with the derogatory term, and heavy-handed
terms are used against the Scots and all the inhabitants of London.
The shocking revelation has been causing offence among the local
population. It would appear the UKIP branch has effectively been paralysed, as
such high ranking defections among present and former committee members must
surely reflect a general discontent among the party’s broader support base.
BNP Policy on
The British National Party upholds the right of every nation upon Earth
to exist with dignity. People should not be despised on account of their ethnic
origin, and for this very same reason, nations should not go to war with each
The British National Party believes in mutual respect and cooperation
between different countries all over the world. Perhaps it is our opposition to
Brother wars and to globalist exploitation of the world’s mineral resources
that has determined the blacklisting of our Party by the media.
The mainstream media does not give us space, because we would not be
making jibes at other people’s ethnic origins, but talking about the injustice
that prevails in our economy, and moreover in the world’s economy in general.
Basically, the chief executives of the giant share companies, including
the banks, and the owners and leaders of globalist corporations of whatever type
or formation, would be packing their brief-cases and searching for a new job if
they were to allow BNP to speak up on BBC or in the newspapers. We would be
exposing the social injustice that these people have created and proposing a
future of peace and prosperity based on social responsibility and fairness.
While BNP campaigns for an end to indiscriminate immigration to our
Country, we do not spread a message of exploitation and domination of some over
others, or of war to achieve goals, or of hate against human beings owing to
The British National Party believes that many UKIP supporters would
welcome our Party’s policies and identify our aims as being akin to their own
aspirations for a prosperous future.
Part 6 Jesus challenged the
bankers, he turned over their banks and proclaimed: “the House of my Father is not
a den of robbers”.
A Report on UK
A Sky News article published on 26 November 2014 reports on a study
carried out by the Cass Business School and the New City Agenda onbanking attitudes in the UK.
The study found that banks had to pay £38.5 billion in fines and
compensation owing to retail bank failures. Almost 21 million complaints were
made in relation to banking since the 2008 financial crisis.
It concluded that “given the current rate of change, a radical overhaul
will take a generation”.
Sky article: bank culture reforms "will take a generation".
A British National Party government will ensure that banking in Britain
will change rapidly, and not within a generation.
Banks manage the money of their customers, so their handling of deposits
and investments must be made accountable to the public. And as banks are usually
share-holding companies, the executives who manage them are not the private
For these two reasons, bank executives cannot be allowed to establish
their own salaries and attribute themselves bonuses. The self-serving attitude of
banking executives will no longer be available.
With the advent of BNP in the British Parliament, banks will become a
service within the economy and cease to be the masters of destiny that they
have currently evolved into.
Banks should be run with the same clarity as a bus company that operates
for passengers, and not like a den of highway robbers lurking in the shade for
unsuspecting people passing by.
Banks will no longer be allowed to create credit and then loan this
credit out to borrowers at unreasonable interest. They will be allowed to loan
money only when they really have that money to lend out, but they may not apply
usury to make financial gains.
As a result, there will be no space for employed executives of banks to
establish a top salary for themselves, or to further reach out their hand for a
fist full of millions as their annual bonus.
BNP will change the banking culture in Britain for the good of the many,
and economics will be run as according to real financial policies.
In the days leading up to the November 2014 by-election in Rochester and
Strood, UKIP suddenly revealed a complete lack of policy concerning the status of
citizens of European countries residing in Britain.
The UKIP candidate who later returned to Parliament as MP for the United
Kingdom Independence Party had made statements utterly opposed to those voiced
by UKIP’s leader Nigel Farage.
In the event of Britain’s exit from the European Union following a referendum,
it is not clear whether, under a UKIP government, almost 3 million people with
passports of EU member states would be required to leave our Country. Mention
was made of a transitional period after which repatriation would become
compulsory. Consequently, there is sheer uncertainty in Britain as to UKIP’s
intentions on repatriation should the party ever form Britain’s future government.
Within this context, references to the BNP were made by various political factions, even though British National Party was not involved in the dispute.
BNP and European
Contrary to UKIP, which believes in a civic society, BNP promotes the
ideals of the Nation State, sovereign and independent, and mindful of its
positive traditions. BNP is also an innovative party, for which reason it does
not come under the umbrella of the Establishment parties.
We believe that every nation has the right to exist with dignity, and
that good relations between brethren nations is the way forward for a future of
peace and prosperity. We absolutely do not glorify brother wars, and therefore
we do not incite discord between nations or disrespect towards other people on
account of their ethnic origins.
We believe in fact in the Christian values of our Union Jack.
Should British National Party be voted into Government, we will not have
an EU referendum, for Britain would leave the EU the very same day.
Nationals from European countries residing in Britain at that time will
not be sought out and issued with repatriation orders on account of their
nationality. But we will put an end to further mass immigration.
BNP and Temporary
Workers from the EU
A large proportion of European citizens living in Britain do not intend
remaining here permanently, while others do wish to stay. In particular among
Eastern Europeans, many working here intend using their savings to purchase a
house in their own country of origin, as many have already done. Their stay in
the UK usually lasts several years.
But does anyone really believe that those people from Europe who have
already settled here and who enjoy living among us as working or retired people,
will be issued with deportation warrants? Well it won’t happen.
Any attempt by other parties to transfer to BNP the UKIP policy-disaster
of systematic European repatriation, is a cheap and nasty attack from political
commissars who hate BNP for very different reasons, namely on account of our
desire to reorganise the class-dominion of the few over the many.
As for any European citizen who is working here temporarily in honest
work, we will assure that, when they do eventually go back to their country of
origin, they will have received a fair financial compensation from their
employer. They cannot be sent away penniless owing to a zero-hour contract on a
minimum wage with no further work guarantee.
Should the employer be unable to satisfy this requirement, the State
will compensate the worker from Europe on a fair basis as according to the time
they spent working here.
As for nationals of European countries who currently are in
unemployment, but wish to return to Europe, the British State will award them
out of generosity a fair sum of money so that they may remember our Country
with affection when they return to their homeland.
We do not want people leaving our shores in misery,
Indeed this may be one reason why many among the elites do not want to
allow BNP to stand a chance, because we believe in a fair society, a
compassionate society, and one where people are treated with dignity, and not
exploited. It is something which minimum-wage and zero-hour employers will need to come to terms with.
UKIP’s popularity in Dover and Deal Constituency has dived within days,
being reduced by two thirds, from 48% to 16%.
While a Dover Express online poll recently claimed UKIP in Dover and
Deal had received 48% of popularity, it now emerges that an Electoral Calculus
poll puts the Conservative party at 38.5%, and Labour at 37.6%, with UKIP at
16%, and the Liberal Democrats at 2.5%.
What happened to UKIP’s staggering poll lead of almost 50%? Well, it
probably was simply the result of a Dover Express online poll of dubious
BNP for Dover and
The British National Party will be standing in the Dover and Deal
Constituency at the coming 2015 General Election. Our aim is to present
credible policies, not inflated online polls.
We will take equally into account Dover, Deal, and each village, presenting
to the electorate viable policies that will offer work for local people in
their own area. BNP shall offer not a minimum wage, but a decent wage, and set
about establishing long lost industry in our Country.
The days of cheap-labour imported products will be coming to an end, as
too the habit of importing cheap-labour workers to be employed on our farms and
in our factories. Our aim is to employ our own people in our own economy, and
this shall be done by setting up training courses with tutors who will be there
to help our people learn a trade, including working on farms and in factories.
And we will wave good-bye to the minimum wage and the zero-hour
contracts, replacing these with proper salaries.
And yes, Dover and Deal Constituency will be able to vote for this new
era, in which we strive to introduce economic prosperity.
Once in Parliament, a BNP Government will ensure that local county and
district councils are able to dedicate their attention to local economic
prosperity within the national economy. They will be obliged to guarantee an
infrastructure of free training and to lay out plans for the introduction of
economic facilities such as small factories and farms.
Should there be a lack of private investment, State funding will
guarantee new production centres once the plans have been approved. Public
consultation will provide a strong bond between local government and the
people of the area, whereas Parliament will bring into being the laws that will
make this possible.
Voting BNP will mean giving a vote for local and national prosperity. We
are dedicated to a fair society, and we will not sacrifice the interests of the
British People to the self-serving interests of the few.