The BBC is reporting on its ticker service that Judge Paul Collins, sitting in the Central London County Court, has ruled that the BNP’s new membership rules are “likely to discriminate”. The basis for this ruling appears to be that prospective members sign up to principles including a duty to oppose the promotion of any form of “integration or assimilation” that impacted on the “indigenous British”, and to support the “maintenance and existence of the unity and integrity of the indigenous British”.
If this is the case, we have indeed arrived at the existential moment I described in my last blog on the party‘s legal travails:
We have reached a defining moment in the long process of racial destruction which began with the Atlee government turning its back on the people’s rights and instincts in 1948. The BNP has stripped away everything but the one essential principle that it must fight, and fight, and fight. The Establishment has, in attempting to force the discourse of the BNP to match its own, stripped away everything but the one essential principle that the native British must die as native Britons. This is no longer about “fascism” or “the hard right” or even “hate”. It is existential …
We need more information to come out before a proper assessment of the scale of the damage can be made. But it looks like the BNP will now have to lodge an appeal against the ruling in order to be able to contest the forthcoming General Election.
Downstream from this ruling is the prospect that anti-discrimination law will be clarified and, possible then, hate speech law will be extended to make the expression of nationalist sentiment illegal too. This, in my view, is the logical end-game. The British government has already “affirmed” at the UN and in the EU that there is no such thing as an indigenous Briton. These people really do mean to destroy us.
The consequences of such a legal trajectory would be that thousands of good men and women will be imprisoned and have their lives destroyed because they love their people and they love justice and freedom too much to remain silent, and unknown numbers of others will quickly come to see violence as the only path to our survival still open.
The BNP, the EHRC, and revealing a historical moment
The judge also accepted ‘powerful submissions’ from the Commission that the BNP’s proposed new constitution is likely to remain unlawful. We will be back in court in March where we hope to conclude this matter by ensuring that whatever constitution the BNP adopts does not break discrimination laws.
John Wadham, EHRC, quoted in a Commission press release following the BNP’s return to the county court today.
The two parts of this statement contain the entire purpose of the EHRC in its action against the BNP. The first part is to make the party non-racial in its politics. The second is to render it financially incapable of campaigning in the (May 6th) General Election.
It is part one – the exclusion of all reference to the native British in the party constitution – that is of significance, and more for what it reveals about the historical moment than any political or legal aspects. In fact, I would go further and say that unless the EHRC pushes its luck to the point of taking out a prosecution against one of the BNP’s leaders for publicly speaking of Britain’s native peoples, none of the legal or political consequences of today’s ruling will do any real, lasting damage. Instead, the party will simply hold the two AGMs required of it and the voting membership will come to the view that, to quote Lee Barnes:
The sole aim of us participating in the political process is to take power.
Amen to that. Everything is now clarified. We have reached a defining moment in the long process of racial destruction which began with the Atlee government turning its back on the people’s rights and instincts in 1948. The BNP has stripped away everything but the one essential principle that it must fight, and fight, and fight. The Establishment has, in attempting to force the discourse of the BNP to match its own, stripped away everything but the one essential principle that the native British must die as native Britons. This is no longer about “fascism” or “the hard right” or even “hate”. It is existential, and well enough put by a commenter to the BNP’s website named Rijker:
This is no longer your country.
You cannot have a culture of your own.
You can not represent yourselves in Parliament.
You are to be persecuted until you no longer exist.
Out of this moment will quickly emerge a new clarity and urgency in racialist discourse, and not the death of racialist discourse the EHRC would wish. What would have been seen by the public as the most extreme and contentious interpretation of “immigration” – that of a designed genocide by population transfer – will slowly but surely become the accepted version of events. And when that happens, a general awakening is close.
Inevitablism has just been given a huge shot in the arm.