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THE BRITISH NATIONAL PARTY SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO STAND FOR PUBLIC ELECTION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM The are many arguments debating whether or not the British National Party should be permitted to stand for public election in the United Kingdom. I am going to analyse and discuss this litigious topic in order to appraise what I think after exploring and considering both sides of the argument. To begin with, many people argue that they should not be allowed to stand for election because they are repulsively racist and practice fascism. On the other hand, supporters argue they have as much right as any other party to stand for election. So is the British National Party a brutal, callous and xenophobic political group or are they a group of people trying to preserve British culture? Firstly, many people argue that the British National Party would like to return all members of ethnic minorities to their motherland if they came into power. The British National Party believes that people from other countries have come and settled in their land, in their territory, in their homes and that they have rights over who should and should not be in their country. ...read more.


Whereas, numerous groups argue that the British National Party is a group of fugitives that need to be locked away because they are a danger to the public. They have been known to have vile, vindictive and volatile villains in their parties. Amongst their party there are gang rapists, murderers, drug dealers and thieves which have carried out and even been charged for some of the most unthinkable, abhorrent crimes. I have seen the injuries and trauma in the eyes of victims of these racist thugs posing as politicians. After the riots of June 2001 in Oldham Searchlight decided to target Oldham. Searchlight had people in British National Party meetings recording and photographing what they were saying. Amongst the many attending the meetings; there were countless football hooligans; the football gang Fine Young Casuals; Gangs of Rapists; perpetrators of organised crime but not people that you would expect to find in a political meeting. During this expos´┐Ż of the British National Party, a well-known British National Party activist was found to have a five-year sentence for gang rape and carried convictions of armed robbery. However, it is a shared opinion that the antagonism of the London Bombers' enmity arose from bad leadership plus the activities and wars the current government involved itself in. ...read more.


Also there would be no youth services, which could increase the juvenile delinquency rates. Therefore we need the income tax to support our welfare state to keep our country stale and under control. Do you not think that our country needs the public services to ensure public well being? Our well being? The well being of our young? The well being of our elders? The well being of the United Kingdom? Finally, to conclude this essay, after carefully analysing and studying both sides of the argument thoroughly, I evaluated the debate. I have determined that I endorse that the British National Party should not be permitted to stand for public election in the United Kingdom. This is because they are racist, fascist, malicious and injudicious group of people, they should not be classed as politicians because the are not involved in politics they are involved in bigoted bloodshed and slaughter. They are hooligans. Although there may be some worthwhile opinions in that group they would not be heard when associated with the British National Party, by respectful citizens of the United Kingdom. These opinions should be demonstrated in another way or new political party. In my opinion, they have no place to rule our diverse and congenial societies, because they would ruthlessly eliminate them. 1 1 Anjumjahan Hakim 26-06-2006 ...read more.

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