That BNP List

A no of things come to mind reading this.

1) As stomach-churning as it is, the BNP is a legitimate political party and the police should therefore investigate how that list came out in the open. However...

2) Apparently there are many on the list, soldiers, teachers, policemen, whose peers would not want to work with them if they were identified, neither would those whose care and protection depend on them.

3) Membership of the BNP, at least in the police force, is incompatible with the Race Relations Amendment Act, I don't know what similar laws exist with regards to the other services mentioned, but I think there are similar guidelines, so is it legitimate for the police to inform those concerned?

4) As for the Vicar concerned, what Bible does he, or she, read?

Comments

transfattyacid said…
4) it's probably render unto ceasar.....
Angela Cox said…
The same one many priests who supported Franco , those who supported Pinochet , the many who didn't give their lives to oppose Hitler . It wouldn't be any edition I'd want .
Anonymous said…
The BNP clearly isn't in line with what the Bible teaches and is certainly not of God but despite there being nothing wrong with immigration (within limits) there is clearly a threat to what's left of the Christian culture once integral to this country.

There is, of course, not threat to the Christian church and it is a fantastic opportunity for immigrants to come to faith in Christ.

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