As per usual, the British National Party has shown their incompetence and hypocrisy. In an attempt to highlight their “patriotic” beliefs, the BNP used a picture of a Supermarine Spitfire, as the back-drop to many of their 2009 anti-immigration posters. How utterly useless they are not to have researched the topic somewhat: had they done so, the British Nationalist’s would have worked out that the Spitfire (pictured)was part of a Polish squadron, made up of exiled Poles from a Nazi occupied homeland. So much for their hate inducing slogan: “Britain for the British.” Moreover, the squadron in question, the RAF 303 Kosciuszko Polish Squadron, and other Polish aircraft, accounted for over 12% of Luftwaffe losses during the WW2. Many died defending Britain against a fascist onslaught: what hypocrisy on the part of the new fascists then who argue tooth and nail against European immigration to Britain, but use Polish bravery to support the argument?