Following the appearance of BNP leader Ron Nasty at a political rally outside Westminster, the UK's egg producers have threatened to go on all-out strike, halting the production of the country's eggs.
Their spokesman, Chuck Freerange, said that his members were utterly disgusted, ashamed and some even suicidal following the pelting of Mr Nasty with eggs. He said that the whole egg industry could be brought into disrepute and even to its knees from any association whatsoever with the BNP.
He claimed that this was no eggsageration, and that if Mr Nasty wanted to cause trouble, he really ought to think twice before taking on the might of Britain's egg producers.
Mr Freerange said that the fact Mr Nasty had expressed a wish that should anyone wish to throw eggs they should separate them so as only to throw the whites at him was, frankly, racist.
He added that further BNP 'eggist' policies were also evident in the BNP's education material for youngsters.
In their book for the under-5's "Mr Goeballs makes a Sunday picnic", a young boy asks "Where do eggs come from?", the reply being "a hen".
The boy then asks,"What's a hen do?" to be met by the reply "wears a turban and gets sent back to India", which he said while Mr Nasty might seem to find this educational and witty, it is very typical of the BNP as having a go at both the ethnic minority, and more importantly for his egg-producing members, having a go at hens and eggs.