This is really much too good to be true.
The party\’s 2009 European Elections poster shows a nostalgic picture of a Second World War fighter plane under the slogan "Battle for Britain".
But RAF history experts have identified the iconic Romeo Foxtrot Delta Plane as belonging not to Britons but to a group of Polish pilots instead
That\’s the BNP there, using one of those Polish Spitfires as the centrepiece of their poster campaign for the upcoming elections.
Simon Darby, spokesperson for the British National Party, said that the plane was a symbol of the Battle of Britain and represented the economic struggle the country is facing at the moment.
He said: "It\’s not like the BNP are against Polish people as a nation. We are against Polish people coming over here and undercutting British workers.
Have to say Simon, glad you weren\’t around back in 1940. Those Polish people came over here and took jobs off patriotic Brits and….well, they accounted for 12% of German losses.
Sorry, but I\’m just laughing like a drain here…..