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From today's Western Mail - the Welsh National newspaper:

THE British National Party's propaganda campaign for next month's European Parliament election is being run from a Mid Wales warehouse.

And among the activists preparing the leaflets for distribution is an author whose book praises the Nazis.

The anti-fascist organisation Searchlight has obtained photographs taken inside a warehouse in Welshpool, showing South African Arthur Kemp with other senior BNP figures and part of a consignment of 29 million leaflets for distribution across Britain.

Searchlight has also passed to the Western Mail the text of an e-mail written to BNP members seeking 50 volunteers a day to prepare the leaflets for transfer to the Royal Mail. Under electoral law, the BNP and other parties are entitled to have leaflets delivered free to every home in Britain, so long as they are properly labelled.

Mr Kemp, whose book March of the Titans: A History of the White Race is published in its entirety on the internet, has been associated with the BNP for several years.

Born in Rhodesia (which now is Zim-babwe), he studied in South Africa and became a journalist aligned to the pro-apartheid South African Conservative Party.

Mr Kemp moved to Britain in 1996 and later became involved with the BNP.

by In Wales (inwales aaat eurotrib.com) on Thu May 7th, 2009 at 08:16:29 AM EST

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