National Front : 2010 British election results

    Update : Oh. And not only did the BNP fail to gain any Parliamentary seats, BNP loses all 12 seats in Barking and Dagenham council. (Overall, the BNP lost 22 councillors.) This is a very poor result for the BNP, but one which will presumably have to be measured against the fact that, overall, the party gained almost 600,000 votes in the general election.

The neo-Nazi National Front fielded 17 candidates in the British general election. Their best result was in Rochdale, where Chris Jackson got 4.9%.

The howwible multi-culturalists @ the HOPE not hate blog are happy that “the BNP has been humiliated in Barking & Dagenham and Stoke-on-Trent“. In Barking & Dagenham, Nick Gri££in received 6,620 votes, or just 14.6%, a loss of 1.7% on 2005. In Stoke-on-Trent Central, Simon Darby received 2,502 votes, or 7.7%, a gain of 0.1% on 2005. As an added Bonus!, “The party’s website was closed down this week and replaced with a posting from Simon Bennett, the party’s website manager, accusing Gri££in and James Dowson, the BNP election fundraiser, of being “pathetic, desperate and incompetent”.”


See also : BNP’s night of disaster / Boots and fists: farcical BNP campaign ends in violence / Angry Bennett blows lid on “Laurel and Hardy” BNP leadership (Norfolk Unity).

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6 Responses to National Front : 2010 British election results

  1. Willy Lloyde [Jr] says:

    This is just great!

    White people voting for themselves to become 2nd class citizens in there ancestral homelands. WTF!

    If we do not help ourselves, then who will?

  2. @ndy says:

    I suggest you help yourself to an English-language dictionary. There you’ll discover the difference between “there”, “their” and “they’re”. FTW!

  3. We said NO to the BNP says:

    The election result has been fantastic for the antifascists. The majority of the fascist candidates lost their ‘deposits’. Considering each deposit is £500, and the BNP fielded 300 PPCs that adds up to a tidy sum. If we have a failure of the proposed Tory-LibDem coalition government, I very much doubt the BNP could afford to field even a quarter of the PPCs they did yesterday. No Pasaran!

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