On the face of it it's hilarious. Britain's main Equality Industry quango the Equality and Human Rights Commission has taken the BNP to task for not being sufficiently diverse. They wag a finger and say "The Commission thinks that the BNP's constitution and membership criteria may discriminate on the grounds of race and colour."
Now even for a fantasy-based publicly financed arm of the Equality Industry, that's going a bit over the top. The raison d'etre of the BNP is to stop all black and Muslim immigration immediately, deport all illegal immigrants and 'encourage' those legally in Britain to return 'home'.
Now maybe I'm wrong here, but it seems to me rather unlikely that the membership of such a party would reflect the diversity ratios which has been decided for us by our betters. I've thought deeply on it, but I can't see that large numbers of illegal black immigrants would be irresistibly drawn to it.
Just another deluded fantasy from the Equality Industry then?
Well, maybe, but maybe not.
You see, there's a potential, and quite significant, sting in the tail. The Equality Industry has a battery of legal powers at its disposal to enforce the sort of diversity it sees lacking in the BNP. What if they decided to take legal action against it until it conforms? It'd be the end of the BNP, that's what. It would either be financially ruined or else would have a membership structure totally at odds with its stated objectives.
It would be destroyed either way.
And maybe that's what this is all about. Whether or not it is, it shows the extent to which real democratic representation and freedoms are being steadily undermined by way of equality and related legislation.