February 22, 2010

Asian TV millionaire set to join the BNP

A tycoon who starred on TV's Secret Millionaire is joining the British National Party to RILE them - because he is Asian. Mo Chaudry, 49, will formally apply today - days after the BNP had to change its whites-only constitution because it breached equality laws.

The Pakistan-born businessman, who is worth £60million, admitted last night: "I will not be welcomed with open arms."

Despite blasting the party as racist, he vowed: "I want to stand up and be counted - and expose the BNP for what they are. I want to antagonise them and attend their meetings, find out what makes them tick."

Muslim Mo, who made his fortune from water parks, appeared on Channel 4's Secret Millionaire in December. He handed out cash to worthy causes in the Asian community of Leeds.

The dad of three, from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs, said: "I live near Stoke, which is becoming a BNP stronghold - and don't want it being known as a racist city."

Sun

7 comments:

Shahid Bhai UK said...

Like Mr Chaudry, i'm also planning on joining the BNP so that the Nutzis feel so disgusted (by having 'inferior' ethnic members) that they abandon ship. Remember Arthur Kemp,Gri££in's commander, recently said that if the BNP has too many ethnic members, then the likes of him will leave and set up another party. Of course there is the issue of paying the BNP to join them, but this is a small price to pay for ending Cyclops' political career...there is no way Gri££in will become leader of another Neo-Nazi party.

Anonymous said...

it wont work as anyone who does not agree with party policies will be refused membership ,

Anonymous said...

If all the white supremacists leave the BNP as a protest against non-white members and set up a whites-only party, won't that new party at some point become subject to the same laws that have forced the BNP to widen its membership credentials? Can't these idiots see another such crisis coming a few years from now? They really are that thick, aren't they?

Joe Chapman said...

I not so sure that helping to fund The BNP through memberships fees is such a good idea.

Marianne said...

This is a typical dumb-arse Sun story.

1. No one can join yet. The membership freeze continues until the BNP's next court appearance on 9 March and then is lifted only if the court agrees the new constitution is not discriminatory.

2. Anyone applying to join has to pledge to accept the whole of the party's new statement of principles, complete with all the "indigenous" nonsense.

3. Griffin has a personal veto on any membership application without having to give reasons. That would enable him to exclude anyone who wants to join just to antagonise the party, without even being accused of discriminating against an Asian.

Anonymous said...

The Sun is letting the BNP play the victim bad idea

Anonymous said...

"followed by another meeting this time with an old friend and ex Deputy chairman of the BNP Scott McLean. I am happy to say that Mr. McLean will be back working for BNP Scotland in the near future."

BNP Scotland webshite