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Thursday, 20 November 2008

image for Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Mickey Mouse on 'reliable' BNP membership list
Casper "the not so friendly white" ghost has also been outed as a BNP member.

U.S African-American activist, Jesse Jackson was shocked and disgusted to find he was actually an American member of the BNP. He is also in the French Girl Guides, and vomited, when he was outed, as being a fully paid-up member of the Albanian Mime Artiste Society.

While scrowling down the 'reliable as WIKIPEDIA' internet list Rev Jackson, saw his own name and address listed as a U.S BNP member. Jesse, alongside his pal the Rev Al Sharpton ( who was also on the list), decided the only way to demonstrate against such blatant racism, was to organise a march against himself and Rev Sharpton for being "Racist Honky members of the BNP".

The march against the two Rev's started peacefully, but turned ugly when the Rev Jackson found out where he lived and threw a brick through his own window. The eight pound house-brick, narrowly missed Rev Jackson's head as he sat in his arm-chair, blissfully unaware of himself outside.

The Rev Al Sharpton fared worse, when he incited a group of black activists to burn down his own home. Rev Sharpton later said " We simply cannot have racist, American BNP members living in my neighborhood, in my street and in my house. I will do my best to drive me out of my neighborhood".

Other American members of the BNP are thought to include Grand wizzard Oprah Winfrey, Lucy Lui, Jackie Chan, Louis Farakhan and Arnold from Diffrent Strokes.

Mickey Mouse denied he was in the BNP and said "people simply like to use my name as an alias. They think it's funny, but I am pissing sick of it. I am changing my name to Hong Kong Fooey, no-one uses that 'tired' old animation dog for anything now !

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