Adolf Hitler used the freedom of the press in his attempt to destroy mankind. The BBC and commercial broadcasters must be reminded to act accordingly.
BBC1 and BBC2 are set to transmit the first party political broadcast by the BNP in the general election campaign on Thursday 21st April. The BBC is not obliged under the law to transmit the broadcast. There are precedents for restrictions being put on the fascist and racist BNP - its previous broadcasts were either stopped entirely or subject to severe restriction due to their offensive content. Wherever the BNP have a presence, racist attacks increase. Prominent members of the BNP including its leader Nick Griffin have recently been charged under the section 18 of the Public Order Act which outlaws incitement to racial hatred.
A letter will be handed in, calling on the BBC to not to broadcast the BNP's message of race hate.
You can make a complaint...
By phoning the BBC: 08700 100 222
or Textphone: 08700 100 212
or by email: Go to the BBC website complaints page http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/ and click on 'email: send your complaint'
You can also write to the BBC:
BBC Complaints, PO Box 1922, Glasgow G2 3WT
You can complain to OFCOM on the content of the broadcast by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also call on the other broadcasters not to broadcast the BNP's election material:
Please let us know the details of your complaint by cc'ing email@example.com
For more information: www.uaf.org.uk 020 7388 4916