Freedom, Security, Identity and Democracy are the four cornerstones of Nationalism.
We all have a personal identity that goes beyond name and National Insurance number. You know who you are, where you are coming from (I am not talking in geographical terms) when you speak and what you mean when you say things even if others may take what you say the wrong way.
There are local and regional identities as well. Mention Newcastle, Liverpool, Glasgow, Cardiff, Belfast, Birmingham or London in cultural or identity terms and people think about accents, food, sports teams and language amongst others.
Think for a moment about the British national identity…..
Not the same now as it was fifty years ago and in fifty years from now it will be different again. With the speed of information technology this is inevitable and not necessarily a bad thing. Some think of the British National Party as a party of little Englanders who live with their hearts in the past. Nothing could be further from the truth.
The British National Party wants this nation to develop to the positive benefit of all of its citizens. What really differentiates us from the other parties on this is that we really value our national identity and do not want to merge it into a common European, Eurabian or Global identity. We want people to get off a plane in fifty years time and be able to tell the difference between Great Britain and anywhere else.
The video below is of Nick Griffin appealing for funds for our euro-election campaign. You may well find it interesting even if you would not consider donating.