@AC - 11:36 GMT
> Anyone from stop the bnp be willing to help me organise stop the snp and stop clyde cymru?
> Nope? Just another step in new labour's positive discrimination on the way to positive
I assume you meant "Plaid Cymru" - the party of Wales.
The SNP's manifestos are here http://www.snp.org/taxonomy/term/85/all
and PC's here http://www.plaidcymru.org/content.php?nID=44;catID=7;lID=1
(PC's site seems have a few navigation problems just now).
The BNP's website is struggling just now, I couldn't find their manifestos.
The SNP's raison de entre is independence for Scotland, however, they are committed to remaining in the EU.
Plaid Cymru want more powers for the Welsh assembly - the UK is one of the most centralised countries in the EU.
SNP's Westminster 2005 manifesto http://www.snp.org/system/files/SNP_manifesto_2005.pdf
4. Our Values
... No one country and no one human being is worth more or less than any other. ...
... The SNP is committed to the principle of equality of opportunity. That means the prohibition of discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, age, sexuality, faith, belief, ability, stats or social background ....
... The people of Scotland should be empowered to take control of their lives and communities....
Plaid Cymru's Westminster 2005 manifesto http://www.plaidcymru.org/uploads/publications/59.pdf
... We will fight racism in all its forms, and support the outlawing of employment discrimination on the basis of religious belief. We will press for action to increase the representation of ethnic minority communities at all levels of politics and public life....
Now, do the SNP or Plaid Cymru sound like the BNP?