According to the BNP, vote for them.
“The poster quotes from John 15:20 “If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you” and asks the question “What would Jesus do?”
A spokesman for the BNP said: “We are putting them up there in response to the way the Church has attacked us. We believe we are being persecuted and turned into martyrs.”
Jonathan Bartley, co-director of the Christian think tank Ekklesia, said: “Jesus was completely opposed to bigotry.
“He is recorded in the Gospels as challenging those who didn’t welcome foreigners – not as working for their exclusion.”
In response, Bob Pitt of Islamophobia Watch said*:
“Jesus was a Jew and so of course he’d be a member of the BNP. The only way to defeat the BNP is to form an alliance with Islamist fascist groups, and then put on pop concerts featuring heroin addicts.”
Remember everybody, Hope not Hate
(* He didn’t really, but he did say this)