AFTER being routed in the English local elections, the hard-right British National Party has told its members to breed more in an effort to bolster the number of its supporters.
The BNP's policies largely orbit around trying to halt what it describes as an "Islamification" of Britain and policies encouraging immigrants to be sent to their former home countries.
The Guardian reported the BNP did not win a seat despite fielding 99 candidates.
It also lost one seat, leaving the party with just two councillors.In a statement on the BNP website it warned the UK was at risk of ending up "like America - 51% non-white.
So we must look at ways of building up the white population in Britain".
"I would suggest that BNP members and nationalists across the schools of nationalism engage in making babies."
It suggested between three or four children "if not more" per household, rather than the average 1.8 children.
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