The jury acknowledged that the BNP had chosen their words very carefully and although many people would find it offensive, nothing they had said had broken the law. They hadn?t incited racial hatred, which was the charge, although Griffin admited that he had been critial of religions, most natably Islam, but that wasn?t what they were in court for.
There was plenty of talks of ?we? and ?us? with reference to ?whites?, but if they are only going against Muslims, then why did I see no blacks or asians in their support, the majority of whom are British born and bred? Quite simply I believe they are racist purely against people who they not deem as non-white, and for all their talk of controlled immigration and keeping Britain British, I can?t see them making speeches against white-Europeans who reside here.
They do not like blacks and asians [sorry to be pigeonholing here] and are too ignorant to understand that being British isn?t about being a certain colour.
The scary thing is that they are finding increased support from a public who see answers in some of their policies, and also I?m sure from racists who are looking for a legal way to express their hate.