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Piers Lyr Add: BNP broadcast folk song (234* d) RE: Lyr Add: BNP broadcast folk song 20 May 05

"The BBC documentary Secret Agent has sent shock waves through the BNP. Undercover reporter, Jason Gwynne, infiltrated the BNP in Bradford.He revealed a group racked by what lawyers have described as criminal levels of racism, violence and anti Semitism. During the programme, The Secret Agent, one prospective council candidate repeatedly says he wants to kill "Pakis"; another admits he has spent three weeks pushing dog excrement through the letterbox of an Asian business; and a third is filmed plotting to torch a van the party believes is storing anti-BNP leaflets produced by the TUC. This underlines again their sham attempt to portray themselves as a normal democratic party. During the programme Mr Griffin, who has been convicted of incitement to racial hatred, tells cheering supporters that Islam is a "wicked, vicious faith" and that the Qur'an tells Muslims it is acceptable to rape white women and children. John Tyndall, the BNP's founder and former leader, is seen giving a speech in which he calls Michael Howard Michael Hecht - a reference to the Tory leader's Jewish background - after Mr Howard described the BNP as "thugs in suits". The BNP's former Bradford organiser Andy Sykes, turned anti racist mole when he was told to organise to attack TUC members or labour people or left wingers at a fun day organised by Bradford TUC. Hecontacted Bradford TUC, spoke to Searchlight and began to work as a "mole". Despite death threats he courageously insists he and his family will stay in their home in Bradford." From TUFS 13.

Attacking TUC members! - This is the party that purports to look after 'hard working normal people (unless they are perceptibly foreign)'.

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