The publication of the BNP members list is a severe blow to Griffin’s strategy of recruiting swathes of UKIP members who may now well be frightened off joining.However the demands from the left/anarchists for BNP members to be sacked from their teaching jobs are ill conceived. The BNP needs to be defeated politically by mass action – this does not include using the state to do the job for us. Our demands for the local state to attack our enemies masks only our own political marginalisation and impotence. Attempts to sack workers for their political views would inevitably rebound on the Left. Does anyone seriously believe that sacking a BNP teacher in Dagenham at present would be a blow against fascism? Will the predictable parachuting in of chanting SWP ‘ANTI-NAZI’ lollipops outside the local school to get a teacher sacked do anything to advance the cause of anti-fascism? Perhaps while we’re at it we could sack BNP working classs supporters from the working class? That’d fuck ’em. The much harder task is to defeat the BNP politically – which will not be aided by supporting a politicaly correct elite – often highly paid quangocrats – using the state to sack its enemies. If we support the sacking of workers under the farrago of politically correct laws we’ll be the first to regret it. In 1966 Roy Jenkins was bought in the Race Relations Act – the first man to be prosecuted was a black man – Michael X. People on indymedia and elsewhere are now callig for the sacking of BNP supporting nurses, doctors,librarians – remind you of anything?