Go here and read this story about the folks appearing the BNP leaflets up and down the country. At first glance it would appear that these are the ordinary folk who are voting BNP because they're fed up about stuff like immigration. But wait a minute... they're not at all! They're just stock images!
This 'doctor', for example, who claims that he's upset by immigration and what it's done to the health service (as Mike Power points out, filling in vacancies and treating British patients) isn't a BNP voter at all. He's a model who is easily found in iStock's photo library. Not only that, but he's almost certainly American - you know, a foreigner! The BNP can't even be bothered to use British models when they're pretending that people are saying stuff.
So, not only are BNP voters cowards - I don't mind if my doctor is a BNP voter and proud of it, so long as he's a good doctor (although if he were a BNP voter he'd clearly have to be as thick as shit, so therefore I would have some concerns about his professional abilities) - but their party can't even be bothered to give some money to hardworking white British models to represent them - they'd rather pay money to an American company using American models! Not only that, but look at this image of the good doctor! Shaking the hand of a black man! Nooooo! He's got the Black Lurgy now!
Relatedly, here's a story that makes me proud to live in Bristol, of posties sticking two fingers up to the BNP and refusing to deliver their election leaflets. Which, as it turns out, are not just hateful, but also rather misleading. Where does it say that the people in the pictures aren't the people giving the testimonials? Do those giving the testimonials really exist, do we think? Who knows. What I do know is that each and every BNP fail is a marvellous thing.