Taking a stand on gay marriage is the only thing the fourth and fifth parties of British politics have done, but it is far too little and far too late.
The BNP now have no intention of repealing the Equality Act 2010 in its entirety, which consolidates all the major Acts of totalitarian anti-discrimination legislation in one Act.
The primary purpose of the Act is to codify the complicated and numerous array of Acts and Regulations, which formed the basis of anti-discrimination law in Great Britain. This was, primarily, the Equal Pay Act 1970, the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, the Race Relations Act 1976, the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and three major statutory instruments protecting discrimination in employment on grounds of religion or belief, sexual orientation and age.
The most they are prepared to do is
... repeal the Race Relations Act and all other far leftist social engineering projects, such as the Equalities and Human Rights Commission aimed at enforcing multiculturalism.
as stated in their 2010 manifesto at http://www.bnp.org.uk/manifesto
It is the manifesto at http://www.reportingthebnp.org/wp-content/uploads/Mini-Manifesto.pdf which represents my favourite BNP manifesto. This one proposes the repeal all anti-discrimination laws.
Social conservatism now only survives fitfully in the Eurosceptic nationalist parties, and is constantly being eroded, as we have seen, even in the BNP.
This, together with the pariahs status of nationalist parties, will further marginalise social conservatism.
It was not that long ago that the Jews were told that their religion is sexist and racist.
Clearly, the fact that the BNP are associated with racism discredits the entire package of social conservatism. They are associated with racism because ethno-nationalism is by definition racially exclusive.
While they are attached to this ideology, it has done them no good at all. Nothing is to be gained by keeping it and everything to be gained by dumping it.
They don't have to listen to me, only look across the Channel to see the success of Front Nationale.
Why won't they do it then?
Is it because Nick Griffin actually wants to party to stay small so he can retain control over it, or is it perhaps because he is too lazy or fearful to grasp the nettle of ethno-nationalism and uproot it from the BNP once and for all?
In a way I understand why he would not wish to. The idiocy of those who insist that they must be ethno-nationalist so they can propose
(a) the forcible repatriation of non-white British citizens
(c) laws that would turn non-white British citizens into second class citizens
is both bemusing as well as tragic, and tragic not only for nationalism, but for social conservatism too.
It is therefore time non-racist, non-antisemitic and non-Islamophobic social conservatives who want a smaller state and fewer laws snatched nationalism out of the hands of these antediluvian dinosaurs before they discredit the cause of social conservatism even more with their imbecilic mulishness.
They do not see reason because Nick Griffin either has not the energy or the will to make them see it.
The long-term national interest is clearly too important a matter to be left in the hands of British nationalists.