The BNP Made A Shocking Error In Their Remembrance Day Tweet
The British National Party, who claim to stand for British values, fell foul to some remarkable irony after tweeting about the two minute silence for remembrance day, a day late.
The silence traditionally takes place on the eleventh hour, of the eleventh day. of the eleventh month. However, somebody in control of the BNP Twitter account seems to be a tad confused, tweeting this on the morning of the twelfth.
The party then tweeted this at 11:15am, using a disobedient phone as an excuse.
The BNP are never far away from controversy. Earlier in the year they received large amounts of criticism for the below video in which the BNP Youth appealed for others to fight back.