The BNP Defence ‘policy’

June 5th, 2009 § 6 comments

The BNP Defence Policy…

British soldiers’ lives are one of the most valuable assets this nation has, and should only be risked in conflicts in which British interests are directly affected.

This simple and logical core belief is paramount to the British National Party’s defence policy, which demands self-sufficiency for our island nation in all aspects.

‘Self-sufficiency’ in all aspects? How do you propose to go about that then? No country can be self sufficient in everything. In their ‘How the BNP will Rebuild Britains Economy’ they say…

the BNP calls for the selective exclusion of foreign-made goods from British markets and the reduction of foreign imports. We will ensure that our manufactured goods are, wherever possible, produced in British factories, employing British workers.

That’s not quite the same as being self sufficient in all respects, is it? Again, back to the defence policy..

Britain can only be safe if it is able to defend itself without being dependent on any other country. Britain therefore needs to have a credible and independent defence against all threats – and the ability to use this wisely.

How safe do these guys really think we will be if we told other countries ‘Y’know what? We’ll be fine on our own now, thank you very much.’ No more being chumly with the US and their proper big nukes. No more sharing information, having to work it all out for ourselves.
I know that at the moment and every now and again the Americans shoot us down or screw us with or for intel, and that does need to be sorted out I don’t disagree, but wouldn’t it be better to have a flow of information about what ‘the enemy’ is doing and sharing of the burden of flying the aircraft and moving tanks about than to take it all on by yourself? The problem we have at the moment isn’t the sharing and co-operation between countries, it is what those countries are doing and why they are doing it that sticks in the throat.

The policy is…
-Strengthen our conventional forces;
More soldiers. Well, that sorts out the unemployment figures then.

– Retain a genuinely independent nuclear deterrent and produce all our weaponry in Britain;
We haven’t had a genuinely independent nuclear weapon since the sixties. That is going to cost a shit load of money and put us outside a few treaties concerning nuclear weapons which would help us on our way truly self-sufficient. Trident would have to go. All that money we would have to spend developing a nuke that could be spent on hospitals or education…

– Only commit British forces when British national interests are at stake;
What is our interests? Was Iraq in our interest? It could be argued tat it was.

– Preserve and restore our historic County Regiments;
Why? Would it be purely for tradition? Sometimes, with operational requirements traditions have to be given a lower priority. It would be silly, especially when lives are at stake, to just keep doing something the same way just because it’s always been done that way.

– Bring our troops back from Germany and withdraw from NATO, since political developments make both commitments obsolete;
Becoming a pariah state by persuing our own nukes will help with that one.

– Close all foreign military bases on British soil;
Again, that will probably happen anyway when the BNP government stop co-operating and helping all our ex-international buddies.

– Refuse to risk British lives in meddling ‘peacekeeping’ missions in parts of the world where no British interests are at stake;
Again, what constitutes a British interest? Isn’t that attitude a bit, well, shouldn’t we go and help civilians that genuinely need our help?

– Restore national service for our young with the option of civil or military service.
Along with a compulsory citizenship organisation for young people?

And lastly. Independent or not, would you like these people to have their finger on the big red button?

Bloggerheads has a collection of links to the rest of the policies

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§ 6 Responses to The BNP Defence ‘policy’"

  • Akela says:

    I’m interested to know how we get an independent nuclear deterent without bases elsewhere. The balistic misile warning station at RAF Fylingdales is just one part of the chain of NATO bases that provide full coverage. For the UK to get full coverage all on our own we would have to build bases in Greenland/Iceland/Alaska/Cannada who are obviously going to let us do that after we’d just told them to fuck off aren’t they?

  • Sim-O says:

    Once again, it all sounds good, ‘Yeah, we’ll be independent, no need for any body else’, but when it comes to details, they seem to be a bit scarce.

  • Martin Woodhead says:

    Seems they have binned there plan to hand out assault rifles
    like the Swiss. in fact they were using the Swiss model.
    a we are not Swiss we like war
    b we live on an island not a bank vault made of mountain

  • […] clue in the name? What do these Nationalists care about other countries? Don’t they have an isolationist twang to their policies? All of a sudden, the go-it-aloners are worried about other nations […]

  • james says:

    As a BNP nationlist it is vital that we can operate with out having to crawl up the arse ,of america, have people forgotten the times when america wasnt their for us ,though out most of the 1-2 world wars we were dealing with islam ,the usa will crawl up the shit hole of the arabs,because we brits have blood in our veins ,they have OIL.Independance dosnt mean that we always act alone, just that we have the power to do so if required. this is common sense.

    • Sim-O says:

      Yeah, we were all on our lonesome during those wars. Don’t the other countries that chipped in count? What’s up, they’re not British so their contribution is worthless?

      In dealing with Islam, I suppose you’ve conveniently forgotten whose shit hole we’ve crawled up in the middle east. I’ll give you a clue, it contains the words Arabia and Saudi. Oh, and you’ll probably find ‘they’ (whoever you are refering to, Arabs or Americans, I not entirely sure) bleed blood as well.

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