According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election:

British soldiers’ lives are one of the most valuable assets this nation has, and should only be risked in conflicts in which British interests are directly affected.

This simple and logical core belief is paramount to the British National Party’s defence policy, which demands self-sufficiency for our island nation in all aspects.

As such, the BNP is committed to withdrawing from the illegal and immoral wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the prosecution for war crimes of all Westminster officials who deliberately tricked this nation into those conflicts which have cost billions and at least 300 British lives.

The people to be prosecuted for war crimes will include the leaders of the parliamentary political parties who supported the war – Labour’s Blair and Brown, the Tory’s Hague, Duncan Smith, Howard and Cameron – and all officials who conspired to prepare the pack of lies which provided the “justification” for the invasion of Iraq.

A BNP government will never commit British troops to any conflict which does not directly affect British interests – ever.

Britain can only be safe if it is able to defend itself without being dependent on any other country. Britain therefore needs to have a credible and independent defence against all threats – and the ability to use this wisely.

Successive cuts in defence spending have left Britain’s armed forces perilously weak. We will boost Britain’s armed forces to ensure that they are able to deal with any emergency, and defend our homeland and our independence.

The BNP’s defence policy is to:

– Strengthen our conventional forces;

– Retain a genuinely independent nuclear deterrent and produce all our weaponry in Britain;

– Only commit British forces when British national interests are at stake;

– Preserve and restore our historic County Regiments;

– Bring our troops back from Germany and withdraw from NATO, since political developments make both commitments obsolete;

– Close all foreign military bases on British soil;

– Refuse to risk British lives in meddling ‘peacekeeping’ missions in parts of the world where no British interests are at stake;

– Restore national service for our young with the option of civil or military service.

The time has come for change.

British National Party Defence Policy :

I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on BNP’s Defence policies in the comments below?