Money Week, the UK's best-selling financial magazine recently produced an article that should offer mixed emotions to the average British National Party member.
When predicting problems, the BNP have taken no joy from explaining the troubled times ahead, however when the following article is read it will make every patriot think, "Our time will come!"
The British National Party have the solutions to fix the mess Britain is in but unfortunately ordinary people will have to suffer before they realise they have to take some pretty potent medicine.
Read Money Week's article here and see what is just around the corner for our nation.
You can read a very simplified summary of the BNP's policies on the economy here but for a better understanding of how the British National Party will deal with the root cause of the financial crisis, namely the banking system, readers should download the 2010 General Election manifesto which can be accessed here and you can also read how BNP policy is different to UKIP's in banking and otherwise here.
As Money Week says:
The Coalition has spent the last two years desperately and very publicly trying to get our finances in order. We’ve had an “austerity” budget. We’ve had tax hikes. We’ve had “the cuts”.
But for all that, our national debt is still growing at an incredible rate.
Despite David Cameron’s talk of “austerity”, he’s going to add an estimated £700 billion to the national debt in just five years. That’s more than Tony Blair and Gordon Brown added to the national debt in eleven years. It’s more than every British government of the past 100 years