Activists took to the streets of Swansea on Saturday afternoon last week to stand united against the fascist BNP. Roughly 50 people attended to help raise awareness of the BNP’s racist policies and encourage the public to use their vote against the fascists on 3 May.
The BNP is standing 20 candidates for the Welsh Assembly elections, with leader Nick Griffin standing for the South Wales West constituency.
Unite Against Fascism has mobilised a coalition against the BNP in Wales, involving trade unions, faith groups, students and a number of political parties. By standing together in solidarity like this, we can stop the fascists in their tracks.