Calling yourself the British Fascist Party is probably not going to look good on the ballot papers so when deciding their name, they opted for the British Freedom Party, which sounds a lot better. Freedom now seems to be the new fluffy buzzword for fascism.
There is was no disguising the party's love for fascism when BFP joint deputy leader and second in command of the English Defence League, Kevin Carroll, called for the execution of a democratically elected MP at the EDL's Luton demonstration this weekend.
Stood in front of a baying mob of drunken shaven-headed football hooligans, Carroll called for Bradford West MP George Galloway, to be dragged to Traitors Gate and hung for treason.
We at EDL News would like to ask Mr Carroll who else would be hung under a future BDP ruling party (If the British public were ever to embrace fascism as an acceptable ideology).
Fascists like the BFP do not only want to execute people for opposing their racist ideologies; many would be attacked and imprisoned for their views. People with long hair, people with glasses, people who are not pasty white enough, people with an education, people who dress differently. History shows the long, long list of the perceived enemies of fascism.
With a party like the BFP in power, this website would not exist, the writers of our articles would probably no longer exist and there would be no freedom of expression.
The executions of political opponents would render the UK somewhere between China and Iran; with crimes punished with the ferocity of the Taliban.
The British Freedom Party were told a firm 'no' by the electorate in the recent local elections. The party fielded seven candidates, all of whom lost their deposits. Their highest polling candidate received 87 votes and their lowest, just a paltry 17.
Robinson and Carroll's appointments were no secret as documents were leaked to us by a British Freedom Party insider which outlined their policies, which almost entirely consist of targetting Muslims.
Their hastily arranged press conference was no secret either as the details were leaked to us a few days before the demonstration. This caused the Icon Hotel in Luton, the venue for the press conference, to cancel their booking at short notice, forcing them to reconvene in the Parrot pub in Luton, a seedy back street boozer favoured by the EDL inner circle. Their press release was sent out via Twitter and Facebook and a photo op was called with strategically placed microphones in front of them.
In more documents leaked to us, part of their manisfesto was found to contain the following:
Focus on "non-Islamic" population, not "white/black" population
Any pretence of only being against Mudlim extremists was blown wide open when they declared that they would like to force a further wedge between the Muslim community and the rest of Britain. Such policies were fashionalble in the 1930's when Jews were the target. The BFP and the EDL spend forever claiming Muslims do not want to integrate yet it is clear that the leadership of both organisations would never allow them to integrate.
In fact , new deputy leaders Tommy Robinson and Kevin Carroll have openly flirted with Nazism in recent times when they travelled to France to join French neo Nazi group Bloc Identitaire who run soup kitchens for the homelesss but ensure there is pork in the soup so Muslims and Jews cannot eat it.
These may be the newest, but they are not the only far right extremists in the party. Founding member, Micheal Wood, took to Twitter last week to applaud they mass murder of children and young people by killer Anders Behring Breivik.
We have asked the British Freedom Party a number of times about the comments made by Wood and if the comments aligned closely with the party line but to no avail. We have also asked them what action will be taken against Wood for appluding the mass murder of children and young people for their political views, but still the party has refused to get back to us.
Now that the EDL and the BFP have officially announced their ties to each other, EDL News will put the focus on both organisations and make sure that wherever they stand candidates, that the local electorate will be fully informed of the party's desire for a fascist Britain.