Das Neue 'Britain First' Manifesto


Not long after their co-leaders came out of jail, and fresh from kicking out co-leader Jayda Fransen (for fraud, dishonesty and disloyalty, Britain First - yes, they still exist - a have come up with a new Manifesto.

In other words, three guys had some lagers (imported), reached for a handy beer mat and wrote Islam in large letters.

As reported by The Round - who we mightily recommend - 'das neue' Manifesto is translated from the original German 1936 document as used by the, er, Party in power in that nation at that time, but with every occurrence of the word 'jews' replaced by 'muslims'.

Of note is their Policy of barring Muslims - all of them, any of them - from holding any form of public office – such as Home Secretary Sajid Javid and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

And then they expand this to ... a total ban on Islam in the UK.

Seems they want "Freedom of Speech", but not "Freedom of Religeon". Two stances which of course directly contradict each other.
Jayda - Kicked Out

And then they’d ban the word ‘racism’. And the teaching of Islam at any levels of state education.

Yes, that's right. Britain First, who want "Freedom of Speech" ... would ban an actual word, and teaching of a world faith.

They'd also introduce a “Treason & Sedition Bill” that prohibits British citizens from entering into any agreement that infringes upon the sovereignty of the United Kingdom, such as the transfer of sovereignty to any foreign institutions.

So that would mean arresting every soldier who is a member, or has even been a member, of any peacekeeping force under the UN or NATO. Well, good luck with that, guys.

The rest of their beer mat is the usual mixture of dog whistles and neo-fascism, with a spattering of actual Labour policies thrown in for a veneer of respectability and relevance.

We see through it. And we're happy to report it, as it ensures Britain First's inevitable slow demise to eventually shouting on a street corner.

Britain First's Jayda Fransen, supporting, and supported by, Ukip