The BNP, who lest we forget are a legal party in Britain, hate everyone that is not them equally. In their mini-manifesto of 2007, they pledged to:
Implement a regressive taxation system that will re-establish women as dependents of their husbands.
Repeal protection of witnesses in rape cases and reform family law to benefit men.
Remove the right to choose to have an abortion.
Leader Nick Griffin has said that he doesn’t recognise womens rights, describing the notion as "feminist poison”. In August 2005 Nick Eriksen, a former BNP candidate for the London Assembly, claimed rape was a "myth" and added "some women are like gongs they need to be struck regularly".
There's more in one his blog:
"Rape is simply sex. Women enjoy sex, so rape cannot be such a terrible physical ordeal".
"To suggest that rape, when conducted without violence, is a serious crime is like suggesting force-feeding a woman chocolate cake is a heinous offence".
"A woman would be more inconvenienced by having her handbag snatched”.
Lee Barnes, the party’s Legal Director , writing in August 2009, said that modern” women are “self loathing”, “sexless” and “androgynous” monstrosities:
“She is a monster, a sexless polymorphous perversion of nature.”
They are the monsters.