Yes, yes, yes, it seems whitey may be waking up from a Methusalan sleep. The BNP has picked up two seats during the European elections. More importantly, many "hard right", "conservative" and "nationalistic" parties made progress. This indicates a groundswell movement is afoot, probably brought about by third world immigration. I wait and watch with anticipation.
The far right party's leader Nick Griffin picked up a seat in the North West region in the early hours of this morning, after candidate Andrew Brons won in Yorkshire and the Humber.
Mr Griffin said that the presence of his party in Brussels would "transform British politics", adding that the country had become a "bankrupt slum" under Labour.
In his victory speech at Manchester Town Hall, he said that the British public were angry about the "many ways the liberal elite have transformed this country."
"For the last 50 years, more and more of the people of Britain have watched with concern, growing dismay and sometimes anger as an out-of-touch political elite has transformed our country before our very eyes," he said.
The election of two BNP euro MPs is a significant blow to Gordon Brown, with both of their seats won from his own party.
Labour supporters and MPs will be disgusted that it is under a Labour government that the BNP have made their biggest breakthrough.
Andy Burnham, the Health Secretary, said: "It is a sad moment. There are concerns about immigration. The Government have to get a response to those concerns."
"We have got to understand why people have voted for the BNP. We should redouble our determination to take them on and take them out of British politics." (The BNP isn't the enemy arsehole, it is your policies and the voters are responding.)
Mark Francois, the Tory Europe spokesman, said: "It's a disappointing night for British politics."
Mr Griffin ran for a European seat in the North West region, where he had earlier said that the vote was "on a knife-edge".
Earlier in the evening, before the results were announced, protesters had prevented Mr Griffin from reaching the European elections count for the constituency where he was standing.
Mr Griffin finally reached Manchester town hall in a police van after his vehicle and bodyguards were pelted with eggs by a noisy group who yelled: "Fascist scum." (Yep, the vocal minority are starting to run scared.)
Meanwhile, far-Right parties and extremists made gains across Europe on Sunday night as protest votes and low turnouts marked elections for the European parliament.
Exit polls suggested that voter participation would fall below 45 per cent, the lowest level since the first direct elections to the parliament 30 years ago.
Angry voters punished governments in Spain, Bulgaria, Hungary, Latvia, Greece and Ireland – all countries hit hard by the economic crisis.