BNP Party leader Nick Griffin has rebuked claims that he is a fascist.
Sunday July 12,2009
BNP leader Nick Griffin has denied as "smears" claims he was a fascist and defended his call to sink boats carrying migrants from Africa to Europe.
Mr Griffin, one of two members of the extreme-right party elected to the European Parliament last month, said he actually "detested" fascism.
He branded the EU "essentially fascist" and said he feared what he called Islamofascism which was spreading across Europe and Britain.
He told BBC1's Andrew Marr Show "I am not a fascist - that is a smear that comes from the far left."
Asked if he still wanted to see an all-white Britain he said: "No, it is simply not do-able. Nobody out there wants it or would pay for it."
Britain could not be changed back to how it was before 1948 when the "liberal elite" started to allow immigration and the "multicultural experiment".
"What is done is done," he said.
Mr Griffin denied he "enthusiastically" read Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf and branded claims his two rottweilers were called Anne and Frank - after one of the most renowned Jewish victims of Nazi Germany - as a "wicked, wicked lie".
Asked about his call to sink boats containing African migrants he said: "What I said was that what needs to be done as an example is to sink a couple of boats near the shores of Libya.
"Throw them lifebelts so they can paddle back so they understand they will never get to Europe."
NWN: We want an all white Britain !
If Griffin is not up to the job, then let him resign. The BNP was set-up for this very reason, as was the National Front before it.