The BNP is always happy to steal a good idea when it sees one. The immensely successful and largely-online Obama election campaign in the US was certainly a good idea and, from the constant stream of online communications (or, in the BNP's case, cheap and nasty begging letters) to the appearance of the Obama campaign website itself, the BNP has nabbed the lot, not even bothering to alter it much beyond adding a Churchill here and a porky nazi pretending to be a statesman over there.
ad nauseum, the most patriotic party in the known universe. Why then, is it unable to tell when our country's flag is upside-down? The picture below is taken from the BNP's cringeworthy tat-selling arm, Excalibur, now run by and for the appalling Arthur Kemp, white supremacist and former South African spook. The BNP's faux-patriotism is, of course, well-known, and is useful only while some voters are still being taken in by it - but the flag has been on the Excalibur site for months and we're starting to wonder if anybody at the BNP even looks at the Excalibur site, let alone buys the crap that's sold on it.