I could use many terms to describe the British National Party, but "right wing" is not one of them. In Pajamas Media today I argue that the BNP is a party of the Left, a position that is not incompatible with Holocaust denial:
The socialist component of national socialism is often overlooked; national socialism differs in scope but not in kind from the international socialism of Stalin ...
Is Griffin really the best we've got? Shouldn't the Tories and UKIP (I despair of Labour) be speaking out against Islamisation?
What Britain needs, what all Western countries need, is a Wilders.